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Three men booked under NSA for cow slaughter

August 16: Three men arrested in June for allegedly slaughtering cows have been booked under the National Security Act (NSA), a senior district official said today.

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Aadhaar is fully protected: Nandan Nilekani

August 16: Aadhaar, India’s biometric citizen identification platform, is well secured and can’t be hacked in, said Nandan Nilekani, former chairman of Unique Identity Development Authority of India ( UIDAI).

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DMK president Karunanidhi discharged after a minor procedure

August 16: The grand old man of Indian politics and DMK president M Karunanidhi, who had underwent a tracheostomy process, was admitted to a hospital on Wednesday for a medical procedure.

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1984 riots: SC forms body to examine SIT decision to close 199 cases

August 16: The Supreme Court today appointed a supervisory body of two former-apex court judges to scrutinise the SIT decision to close 199 cases in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots matter.

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Another suicide suspected due to Blue Whale game in Kerala

August 16: Another suspected case of suicide due to the ’Blue Whale Challenge’ game has emerged in Kerala even as state police is yet to confirm if the recent suicides are linked to the cyber game.

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One dead, 7 missing after a boat capsized in Parwan river in Rajasthan

August 9: 20 year old woman was found dead and at least five people are missing after a boat capsized in swollen Parwan river in Jhalawar district of Rajasthan on Tuesday.

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Sharad Yadav preparing a showdown with Nitish?

August 9: Senior Rajya Sabha MP Sharad Yadav will embark on a three-day road-show in Bihar from Thursday amid speculation that he is preparing for a showdown with JD(U) chief Nitish Kumar, who has now aligned with BJP against his wishes.

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EC upholds Congress complaint, rejects votes by MLAs; boost for Ahmed Patel

August 9: The Election Commission on Tuesday night declared invalid the votes cast by two Congress legislators in the Rajya Sabha elections in Gujarat giving a filip to Ahmed Patel.

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Ahmed Patel trounces BJP mountain to bag berth in RS for fifth time in a row

August 9: The cliffhanger of Rajya Sabha polls in Gujarat on Tuesday proved to be what it was slated to be, a suspense filled political drama

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UGC plea to varsities on terror

August 9: The University Grants Commission has asked all varsities to organise a pledge-taking ceremony on August 9 to “actualise” Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s

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Opp to meet on Friday, strategies to take on Modi govt

August 9: The Opposition parties will meet on Friday to chalk out post-Parliament session strategy to take on the Narendra Modi-led government.

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Naval officer, on global wooden boat race, takes up no-tech challenge

August 9: An Indian Navy officer will embark on a solo-circumnavigation trip using a wooden boat without deploying modern devices on board.

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RS washed out as Oppon protests over currency

August 9: Rajya Sabha proceedings were washed out on Tuesday when the Opposition created an uproar alleging that different kinds of Rs 500 and Rs 2,000 currency notes were being printed, calling it the “biggest scam of the century”.

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Lakhs converge to take part in Maratha rally

August 9: Lakhs of people belonging to the politically-strong Maratha community had converged in Mumbai for the much-awaited grand rally demanding reservations in jobs and education

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Chandigarh police summons Vikas Barala in stalking case

August 9: The Chandigarh Police today asked Vikas, the son of Haryana BJP leader Subhash Barala, to join the investigation into alleged stalking case of a woman here in which he is an accused.

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US, allies slam Chinese island-building

August 8: The United States, Australia and Japan today denounced Beijing’s island-building and militarisation of the South China Sea

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Withdraw from Doklam to avoid confrontation: PLA to India

August 8: Senior Col Li Li of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) may be thousands of kilometres away from Doklam but has a stern message for the Indian Army

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Jinping sees Modi as someone willing to stand up for Indian interests: US Expert

August 8: Chinese President Xi Jinping sees Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a leader who is willing to stand up for Indian interests and to work together with other countries in the region

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Pak says not bound by treaty on prohibition of nuclear weapons

August 8: Pakistan today said that it was not bound by the recently concluded treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons as it failed to take into account the interests of all stakeholders.

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Japan says ’many concerns’ over Osprey flight after crash

August 8: Japan’s new defence minister today told the US military of his "many concerns" after it flew an Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft in the country following a weekend crash off Australia, the defence ministry said.

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Mangalore University Removes Controversial Article from its Kannada Text Book

Mangaluru: Kannada curriculum editorial board of Mangalore University withdrawn an article from Kannada

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Plea against Art 35A may be heard by constitution bench

New Delhi: If Article 35 A relating to special rights and privileges of the citizens of the Jammu and Kashmir

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Trade war looming between India-China: Chinese state media

Beijing: A trade war seems to be looming between India and China after New Delhi imposed anti-dumping

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Plea against Art 35A may be heard by constitution bench

New Delhi: If Article 35 A relating to special rights and privileges of the citizens of the Jammu and Kashmir

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At least 46 dead in Himachal landslide

Dharmasala: A massive landslide buried two Himachal Pradesh roadways buses,

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Committee Formed to Investigate Alleged Irregularities in Alva’s Institutions

Mangaluru: Dakshina Kannada (DK) district administration has formed a committee to investigate

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Justice for Kavya Horata Samithi May Call Dakshina Kannada Bandh on September 10

Mangaluru: A Dakshina Kannada district bandh would be called on September 10, if the police department fails

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Annual Conference of Urologists to Start in Manipal KMC Today; Over 1,000 Experts to Participate

Manipal: The Department of Urology and Renal Transplant, KMC, Manipal and the Association of Southern

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Protests Held in Mangaluru City to Include Dalit Christians in SC Caste List

Mangaluru: Social and Media Committee of the Mangalore Diocesan Pastoral Parishad held a demonstration

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Students, People Stage Huge Protests in BC Road as Govt Cancels Grants to 2 Schools

BC Road: School students, members of various organizations and general public staged huge protests

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Video of Quarrel between College Students in Mangaluru City Goes Viral

Mangaluru: Clashes occurred between the students at the premises of Milagres College in Mangaluru

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Fishermen Delegation Urges Union Minister to Support Development Works in Mangaluru Coast

Mangaluru: A fishermen delegation led by Dakshina Kannada Lok Sabha MP Nalin Kumar Kateel called

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RSS Worker’s Murder: Hindu Outfits Stage Protests in Dakshina Kannada as Cops Fail to Nab Culprits

Mangaluru: Dakshina Kannada District Hindu Hitha Rakshana Vedike activists staged protests before Dakshina Kannada Deputy

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Notorious Criminal Arrested under Goonda Act in Udupi

Udupi: Local police arrested rowdy-sheeter, Diwaker Achari under Goonda Act on Tuesday at Hiriadka in Udupi.

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Justice for Kavya Horata Samithi Stages Protest in Mangaluru City

Mangaluru: Students, general public led by Justice for Kavya Horata Samithi have gathered before Dakshina Kannada Deputy

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Frequent Tariff Revision Forces Cab Drivers to Lockdown Uber Office in Mangaluru

Mangaluru: Cab drivers protested against online cab service provider Uber and forcefully shut company office

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Justice for Kavya Horata Samithi May Call Dakshina Kannada Bandh on September 10

Mangaluru: A Dakshina Kannada district bandh would be called on September 10,

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Coastal Mosques pray for peace in the district

Mangaluru: The Mosques in Coastal districts offered a special prayer seeking restoration of peace

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RSS Worker’s Murder: Two Dakshina Kannada Natives Taken into Police Custody

Bantwal: Police have taken two suspects into their custody inconnection with brutal murder of BC Road

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Section 35 of Karnataka Police Act Invoked in Mangaluru Commissionerate Until July 30

Mangaluru: After series of incidents of communal violence in Dakshina Kannada district and section 144

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Men in Blue hoist the Tri-colour in Lanka

August 16: The Indian cricket team celebrated the country’s 70th Independence Day by hoisting the Tri-colour in a brief ceremony here at their team hotel’s premises on Tuesday.

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Dominant Jawans register comfortable victory over Occasionals

August 16: A solid all-round bowling performance from Jawans Cricket Club handed them a comfortable five-wicket victory over Bangalore Occasionals in the KSCA Group I, Division I, II, III under-19 inter-club tournament.

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Shreyas spurs St John’s to win

August 16: Shreyas RM scored a brilliant century (186) to guide St John’s High School to a 67-run win over Kensri School in the U-16 Group I, Division II inter-school tournament for the KSCA Cup here.

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India openers Dhawan and Rahul achieve career-best rankings

August 16: Openers Shikhar Dhawan and Lokesh Rahul today attained career-high positions in the ICC Test Player Rankings after figuring in an important partnership that helped India defeat Sri Lanka

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Sharapova gets US Open wildcard

 

August 16: Five-time Major champion Maria Sharapova of Russia will play her first Grand Slam event since serving a 15-month doping suspension after receiving a wildcard Tuesday into the US Open.

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A chance to take big leap

August 16: After being stuck in the zone groups for six years, India are desperate to break into the World Group. They have battled the heavyweights in Serbia

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Gujarat end day one on top

August 16: Gujarat Cricket Association produced a measured batting performance to take the day one honours against Andhra Cricket Association in the final of the KSCA

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Anirban, Spoorthy emerge champions

August 16: Anirban Roy Choudhury and Spoorthy MV clinched the men’s and women’s singles titles respectively in the Karnataka State-ranking table tennis tournament at the Indoor sports complex here on Tuesday.

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Nadal delighted to be back on top

August 16: Rafael Nadal was thrilled Monday to learn he would return to world number one for the first time

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A dominant Indian show

August 16: Seldom in the past India have imposed themselves in such dominant fashion in an overseas series

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Prakash, Sunil overwhelmed

August 4: The Karnataka duo of Prakash Nanjappa and S V Sunil expressed delight after being recommended for the Arjuna award on Thursday.

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We bowled short, says coach Photas

August 4: Sri Lanka coach Nic Photas felt his bowlers were a bit short on the opening day’s SCC wicket where India ended the first day of the second Test at a dominant 344 for three.

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Tough to be in and out: Rahul

August 4: K L Rahul’s return to Test cricket was encouraging without being spectacular – his promising innings ending in his unfortunate run-out after a mix-up with Cheteshwar Pujara.

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Shreyas bags six wickets as KSCA rally against Tripura

August 4: Shreyas Gopal bagged a six-wicket haul as KSCA XI staged a fine comeback against Tripura Cricket Association on the opening day of their Dr (Capt) K Thimmappiah Memorial tournament here at the RSI ground on Thursday.

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Neymar free to move to PSG

August 4: Neymar is now free to complete his world record transfer to Paris Saint-Germain after Barcelona confirmed on Thursday his 222 million euro ($260 million) buyout clause had been received by the Catalan club.

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Spotlight firmly on retiring legend Bolt

August 4: Usain Bolt is confident he can produce one more magical Midas touch when he seeks to defend his 100m title at the IAAF World Championships.

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Kohli’s support is a massive confidence booster: Rahul

August 4: Injury prone India opener K L Rahul today termed captain Virat Kohli’s backing as a massive "confidence booster" during the tough times he has endured in his short international career.

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Paralympian Jhajharia, Sardar Singh recommended for Khel Ratna

August 4: Devendra Jhajharia today became the first paralympian to be recommended for India’s highest sporting honour -- the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna -- along with celebrated hockey player Sardar Singh.

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India 553/7 at tea on day two

August 4: India were 553 for seven at tea on day two of the second Test against Sri Lanka here today.

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Tennis: Disappointment as Davis Cup reform flops

August 4: The head of tennis’s governing body expressed disappointment today as a key move to revamp the Davis Cup and Fed Cup competitions failed to win approval.

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Young India put out the stub: Tobacco use declines by 81 lakh as fewer youth take to smoking

Fewer youngsters seem to find smoking cool in India. Government data reveal a drop of six percentage....

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Bharat Biotech’s chikungunya vaccine enters phase 1 clinical trials

Hyderabad-based Bharat Biotech that is known for producing affordable and effective vaccines, including that....

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Nestle India to make Maggi noodles healthy, cuts down on salt and adds iron

Nestle India Ltd, the local unit of Swiss packaged food company Nestle SA, on Tuesday said it is adding....

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Brazil ends Zika health emergency after fall in cases

Brazil ended to its public health emergency for the Zika virus on May 11, eighteen months after a surge in cases in 2015. The virus wasn’t considered a major health threat until.....

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Alarming rise in swine flu cases in India as 345 killed this year alone

Most parts of India are in the grip of swine flu with western and southern states of the country the worst hit. Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.....

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Drinking red wine may delay onset of Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease: Study.

Could wine have a protective effect on the brain? A team of researchers at the Institute of Food Science Research in Madrid, Spain, have studied the process by which compounds in red wine have an.............

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Exposure to smoking, high BP, cholesterol in teens affects learning ability as adults.

New European research has found that those exposed to cardiovascular risk factors as children and teens, such as smoking, high blood pressure and high cholesterol, have poorer learning ability............

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Too much salt intake in teenage ups risk of stroke later in life: Study.

Too much salt in adolescents’ diet may adversely affect their blood vessels, increasing the risk for cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack and stroke, during adulthood, says a new study...........

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Does baby powder cause ovarian cancer? Here are the claims and counterclaims.

Johnson & Johnson has been hit with a multimillion-dollar jury verdict for the fourth time over whether the talc in its iconic baby powder causes ovarian cancer when applied regularly for..................

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Weight loss: A study says eating avocado may help knock off stubborn fat.

Want to shed those extra kilos? Try avocados, which may help lower body weight, body mass index (BMI) as well as lead to smaller waist circumference, researchers have found..............

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Prenatal cocaine exposure doubles teen drug abuse risk: Study.

Children born to mothers who took cocaine during pregnancy are twice as likely to use tobacco and marijuana and develop substance abuse by their teenage years, a study has showed...................

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Excessive use of smartphone by teens could result in mental health risk.

Excess use of smartphones and other devices may lead to attention, behaviour and self-regulation problems for adolescents already at risk for mental health issues, a new study warns.............

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Mannequins, especially female, influence self image as stores show disturbingly thin ones.

We might not realize it but mannequins not only play a crucial role in the fashion industry but also influence the consumer’s self-image. In the first study of its kind, a research shows that the body.....

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Statins, the cholesterol-lowering drugs, don’t cause muscle pain, says a study.

Cholesterol-lowering statin drugs may have been wrongly blamed for muscle pain and weakness, said a study Wednesday that pointed the finger at a psychological phenomenon called the...............

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Fasting and obesity: A study shows fasting on alternate days could be effective.

The two weight-loss techniques that are trending these days are alternate-day fasting or counting daily calories. A new obesity study suggests either approach can be effective for weight loss...............

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Vitamin D deficiency? You are aggravating it with excessive use of sunscreens.

Results from a clinical review find nearly one billion people worldwide may have deficient or insufficient levels of vitamin D due to chronic disease and inadequate sun exposure related to sunscreen.........

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Brunch at 10am, lunch at 1pm, final meal by 6pm: Try the 8 Hour Diet to lose weight.

Why do you worry about calorie counting or limiting carbs? If you are planning to diet, then just eat across fewer hours each day. The 8 Hour Diet proposes that limiting your food intake to just eight.........

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Low dose of common pain reliever, ‘baby’ aspirin, may cut breast cancer risk.

Regular use of low-dose “baby” aspirin, a common pain reliever, may reduce the risk of breast cancer in women, a new research has found. For the study, published in the journal Breast Cancer Research,......

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Ditch the gym: Soon we may have a pill that mimics the benefits of exercise.

Scientists have developed a new drug that can mimic the beneficial effects of exercise and could boost fitness in diabetics and older adults. The rewards of aerobic exercise have long been out of reach.........

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World Asthma Day: Here’s how you can prevent and manage asthma.

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Flipkart Big Freedom Sale today

August 9: Flipkart’s Big Freedom Sale, to celebrate the Indian Independence Day will begin from midnight of August 9 and go up to August 11.

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Tata Steel bullish on domestic steel sector, to up production

August 9: Steel major Tata Steel on Tuesday said it is optimistic about prospects of the domestic steel sector, and hopes to ramp up the production capacity of its Kalinganagar plant to capture growing opportunities.

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Bajaj Auto inks partnership with UK’s Triumph

August 9: In a development that would change competition in the motorcycle manufacturing sector, India’s second largest manufacturer Bajaj Auto has inked a deal with with iconic British brand Triumph Motorcycles

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Titan enters US through Amazon

August 9: Ecommerce giant Amazon on Tuesday announced its partnership with iconic homegrown lifestyle brand Titan to help it foray into the US market through its Global Selling Programme.

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GST to help improve credit flow to small traders, says Nilekani

August 9: The roll-out of the goods and services tax (GST) is expected to increase the credit granted to small traders, according to the former Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) Chairman Nandan Nilekani.

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Carmakers unhappy with hike in cess

August 9: As the government hiked cess on luxury cars and SUVs, it led the industry towards a flutter of confusion

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States upset about frequent GST rate revision

August 9: Frequent changes in rates of goods by the GST Council has upset many states, which have demanded that Finance Minister Arun Jaitley give them time to discuss revenue implications before revising GST levies.

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Puravankara net profit up 116% in Q1

August 9: Property developer Puravankara Ltd on Tuesday reported 116% rise in net profit at Rs 17 crore for the quarter ended June 30, 2017 compared with Rs 8 crore in the year ago quarter.

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Brigade Q1 net profit up 32% at Rs 29 crore

August 9: Property developer Brigade Enterprises on Tuesday reported 32% jump in consolidated net profit at Rs 29 crore for the first quarter ended June 30, 2017 compared with Rs 22 crore in the corresponding period last year.

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Amazon, Flipkart begin Independence Day sales, deals ahoy

August 9: High on the heels of the 70th Independence Day of India, Amazon has begun its Great Indian sale today

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Alibaba-backed Paytm will launch a messaging service to take on Facebook’s WhatsApp by the end of the month, according to company sources.

August 2: Paytm - which counts Japanese conglomerate Softbank as one of its investors - will integrate a new feature on its platform that will allow users to chat and exchange audio, pictures and videos, two people aware of the development said.

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Post GST price cuts, auto makers report strong sales in July

August 2: Major automobile makers today reported robust sales growth across segments driven by price reductions and restocking of vehicles at dealerships post GST implementation.

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Rupee rallies 12 paise to 2-1/2 mth high on RBI rate cut hopes

August 2: The rupee racked up strong gains to end at a fresh two-and-a-half month high of 64.07 against the US currency

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SoftBank mulls $2 b investment in Flipkart

August 2: Japanese technology and investment conglomerate SoftBank is planning to infuse about $2 billion in the Bengaluru-based online retailer Flipkart.

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Indices at new peak, all eyes on RBI move today

August 2: Indian markets continued their record breaking spree with both the benchmark indices ending at new highs on Tuesday ahead of the outcome of the monetary policy committee meeting on Tuesday.

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JSW Steel Q1 net slips 43% to Rs 624 cr

August 2: JSW Steel has posted a 43% decline in consolidated net profit for the quarter ended June 30, 2017 at Rs 624 crore compared with Rs 1,096 crore in the same quarter previous fiscal.

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Tata Steel completes sale of SAW mills

August 2: Tata Steel UK has completed the sale of its 42 and 84-inch pipe mills in Hartlepool to Liberty House Group.

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Stock indices make a strong opening ahead of RBI decision

August 2: Rate cut hopes lifted markets to records today as the Sensex surged 111 points to 32,687 and Nifty hit a life high of 10,138, with interest-sensitive stocks hogging the limelight ahead of RBI policy outcome.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook says he is bullish about India

August 2: Apple CEO Tim Cook has said he is very "bullish" and "optimistic" about India, a market where the company is bringing all of its "energies" to expand footprint.

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Honda Motorcycle commissions its largest plant at Narasapura

August 2: Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt Ltd (HMSI) on Wednesday commissioned its 4th assembly line at Narasapura near Bengaluru. With this, the plant in Karnataka has become the largest production facility for HMSI in the world.

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Convenient to box women and men within certain roles: Konkona

July 15: Actress Konkona Sensharma believes it is easy for the society to categorise both women and men by the jobs they are expected to do as the ancient norms get an opportunity to go unquestioned.

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Justice system will take care of it: Kamal Haasan on arrest demand

July 15: Kamal Haasan is unfazed by a Hindu outfit’s police complaint seeking a ban on him and his reality show "Bigg Boss", saying he is confident the judicial system will take care of the matter.

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Katrina ’privileged’ to work with the Khans again

July 15: She has worked with the Khan trio - Salman, Shah Rukh and Aamir - before and is teaming up with them yet again for different films and actress Katrina Kaif said she feels privileged to get this opportunity.

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Sensitivity is not male or female: Prakash Jha

July 15: Prakash Jha said it is an unfair notion that a female director does a better job at handling women’s stories as sensitivity is not gender-specific.

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NCW to ask Kamal Haasan to apologise for naming actress

July 15: National Commission for Women (NCW) chairperson Lalitha Kumaramangalam today demanded an apology from actor Kamal Haasan

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I like rewards more than awards: Salman Khan

July 15: Salman Khan has never been a favourite at award shows but the superstar has no complains as he said he prefers performing at such ceremonies over receiving an honour.

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Dileep’s police custody extended till tomorrow

July 15: A court today extended till tomorrow the police custody of popular Malayalam actor Dileep, arrested in connection with the alleged abduction and assault of a South Indian actress.

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Madonna’s letter blasting Whitney and Sharon up for auction

July 15: Pop icon Madonna’s note, in which she described Whitney Houston and Sharon Stone as "horribly mediocre", is set to be auctioned and it is expected to fetch USD 3,000-5,000.

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Lingo limbo: Tamil songs at Rahman’s UK concert anger fans

July 15: They say music transcends all barriers but when composer AR Rahman performed Tamil songs at his UK show, Hindi-speaking concertgoers reportedly staged a walkout.

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Saif becomes first major Bollywood star to lead Netflix series

July 15: Actor Saif Ali Khan has joined Netflix’s first India-set original series "Sacred Games", which is based on author Vikram Chandra’s best-selling novel.

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Varun Dhawan, Anushka Sharma to team up for ’Sui Dhaaga’

July 7: Varun Dhawan and Anushka Sharama are set to collaborate for the first time in Yash Raj Films’ new production "Sui Dhaaga- Made in India".

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SRK claims nothing objectionable in ’Jab Harry Met Sejal’

July 7: Shah Rukh Khan has assured his film "Jab Harry Met Sejal" has nothing inappropriate, after the censor board chief recently objected to a word in the promo of the movie.

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I got angry when I watched ’Lipstick Under My Burkha’: Ekta

July 7: Producer Ekta Kapoor has said she came up with a "sassy promo" for "Lipstick Under My Burkha" as she wanted the film to reach out to wider audiences rather than being confined to the art film zone.

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Ramgopal Verma to make biopic on NT Rama Rao

July 7: Maverick moviemaker Ramgopal Verma has declared that he would make a biopic on Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao

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Big B, Aamir, Sushant in best actor race at IFFM

July 7: Actors Amitabh Bachchan, Aamir Khan, Sushant Singh Rajput and Rajkummar Rao are among the nominees for the best actor - male category at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne 2017.

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Music industry male driven, less work for female singers: Neha

July 7: It took Neha Bhasin 16 long years to make a mark in Bollywood music scene which, she believes, is a male-dominated arena where female singers always get the raw end of the deal.

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Rajasthani filmmaker claims Toilet- Ek Prem Katha makers copied his song

July 7: The director and producer of an upcoming film Toilet: Ek Prem Katha has been accused of plagiarism by a Rajasthan filmmaker

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Nothing wrong with kids reality show, says Tiger Shroff

July 7: Reacting to filmmaker Shoojit Sircar’s demand to ban reality shows involving kids, actor Tiger Shroff said such shows give children a sense of direction and goal in life.

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No attachment to success, failure: Ranbir Kapoor

July 7: Actor Ranbir Kapoor said over the years he has realised that he can’t be too attached to the success or the failure of his films, especially after his debut project bombed at the box office.

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Taapsee excited to work with Salman in ’Judwaa 2’

July 7: Actress Taapsee Pannu has wrapped up shooting major portions of her upcoming film "Judwaa 2" and is now looking forward to shoot with superstar Salman Khan.

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