Monday, 10 October 2016

[wanabidii] Top Headlines: Bad behaviour now carries higher risk, Pakistan told

Times of India
Daily Newsletter | Tuesday, October 11, 2016
Bad behaviour now carries higher risk, Pakistan told
The strategic community is largely agreed that the Indian Army's surgical strikes across the Line of Control by breaching a self-imposed restraint not to violate the LoC are intended to raise the "costs" for Pakistan for promoting cross-border terrorism.
250 militants hiding in valley, waiting to strike
The government believes at least 250 terrorists belonging to three Pakistan-based terror groups are active in the Kashmir valley and they could target security forces to 'avenge' the surgical strikes carried out by the Army across the Line of Control (LoC).
India continues to boost military ties with China
India continues to slowly but steadily build military-to-military ties with China, even as it keeps its armed forces on high operational readiness along the western front with Pakistan for any contingency.
Techie among two held for Jayalalithaa's health rumours
Central crime branch sleuths of Chennai city police have arrested two people including a software engineer for spreading rumours about health of Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, who has been in the Apollo Hospitals since September 22.
Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus price details revealed, goes up to Rs 92,000
The iPhone 7 Plus 32GB, 128GB and 256GB will cost Rs 72,000, Rs 82,000 and Rs 92,000 respectively
Apple slashes prices of iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus by up to Rs 22,000
Apple has announced biggest-ever price drop for its smartphones in India. Under the new pricing, iPhone 6S (128GB), carying an MRP of Rs 82,000, will now be available at an MRP of Rs 60,000. iPhone 6s Plus (128GB) will now be available at an MRP of Rs 70,000, the smartphone too has received a price cut of Rs 22,000. Apple's 4-inch smartphone iPhone SE, too has got a price cut. The 64GB version of iPhone SE will now be available at Rs 44,000.
WhatsApp privacy policy challenged in Delhi High Court: 5 things to know
A public interest litigation in the Delhi High Court (HC) challenges the change in WhatsApp's privacy policy.
3rd Test: Ashwin hands India huge first innings lead
Ravichandran Ashwin took his 20th five-wicket haul, finishing with 6/81 as New Zealand crumbled to 299 all-out, handing India a big 258-run first innings lead on Monday.
Ashwin's golden touch and Guptill's bad luck
Here are the five talking points from the third day of the third Test between India and New Zealand during which Ravichandran Ashwin completed his 20th five-wicket haul.
Jitu Rai awarded 'Champion of Champions' title by ISSF
National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) president Raninder Singh on Monday congratulated ace shooter Jitu Rai for being awarded the 'Champion of Champions' title for pistol shooting in 2016 by the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF).
J&K bank mulls `Islamic banking' 
Newly-appointed Jammu and Kashmir bank chairman Parvez Ahmad on Monday said that the state government-controlled lender was ready to offer Islamic banking, if the Reserve Bank of India approved the move.
US dollar ends cheaper against rupee
The US dollar ended cheaper against the rupee at 66.53/54 per dollar but the pound sterling finished higher at Rs 82.60/62 per pound at the close of the Interbank Foreign Exchange market on Monday.
India takes up market access issues with China
Government on Monday said it recently raised the issue of greater market access for its goods and services in China with a view to increase exports and bridge the widening trade deficit.
Ranveer Singh and Vaani Kapoor's 'Befikre' is all about young, carefree romance
Sleep wasn't an option tonight and this applies to all the fans of Ranveer Singh who are excited beyond measure for 'Befikre' trailer. The exciting part of the trailer launch was that it was launched on the Eiffel Tower, in the city of love, Paris.
'The loss is ours if we don’t screen ADHM'
Amidst reports that a Mumbai-based cinema hall owners’ body is considering banning films with Pak actors, Delhi exhibitors say they will not stop the screening of 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' or any film with Pak actors unless there is an official ban.
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