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Rahul won't stop his media outreach despite Cong debate

Congress V-P Rahul Gandhis debut TV interview has sparked a debate within the party. Except his close advisors, many party leaders and campaign managers feel the event may have dented the partys image in urban India. Full Coverage: Rahul, taking the lead

BAN 232 (63.5 ov) and 65/3 (16.5 ov) SL 730/6 dec (187.5 ov)
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Delhi daylight robbery: Cops probing betting deal in India-NZ series

The Delhi Police believe since major portion of the robbed amount belongs to an alleged bookie, the money could have been part of a cricket betting syndicate.

Indian origin woman held, charged in London anti-terror raid

A 36-year-old woman of Indian-origin was arrested and charged with attempted murder by the counterterrorism command wing of the Metropolitan Police in London. Aam Aadmi Party now has a London address Frauds ripped public sector banks of Rs . 23,000 crore DGCA wants pvt airlines to give VIP treatment to MPs Kejriwal govt opens a new front, to probe '84 riots Govt to challenge SC verdict commuting death for 15 Ice, snow paralyze usually warm US South CPM leader wanted to tackle rivals Bengal way Give the Modi-riots talk a rest, NCP tells ally Cong Telangana row: Andhra CM says will quit politics Tehelka victim alleges Tejpal, his kin harassing her

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Justin Bieber turns self in on expected charge in Canada, second arrest in a week
A police official said the charge has to do with an alleged assault on a limo driver in December. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly.


I play tennis, not politics, says Leander Paes

For the man, whose career has been all about heart, it has been difficult to put in black and white just what it is that has been bothering Leander Paes apart from his commitment to his daughter. HT coaxed some answers.

Tiger Woods all set to tee off in India for the first time
Tiger Woods is all set to tee off at the Delhi Golf Club (DGC) during a rather hushed-up private event on Tuesday morning that, as per sources, involves a substantial appearance fee.


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comments To secure Kashmir, India should sacrifice the guilty

Anything related to the killing of innocents in Kashmir becomes part of a conspiracy of silence that allows soldiers and other security officials to commit excesses and get away with it.

Data finds Delhi air dirtier than Beijing, Centre continues to deny
Delhi might be the most polluted city in the world but the government insists that the Capitals air is not as bad as that of Beijing -contrary to the real time data available in public domain. HT Edit: Choking to death

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Dictating terms on ICC revenue 'way above our head' : McCullum

NZ skipper Brendon McCullum was diplomatic when asked whether dictating terms on revenue sharing, was extra motivation to beat the world champions.

President arrives in a carriage, gives Beating Retreat traditional touch

There was a traditional touch to this years Beating Retreat ceremony: President Pranab Mukherjee chose to ride in a six-horse open carriage and the musical beats of this years ceremony at the Vijay Chowk were a delightful mix of the old and the new.

Why Obama failed to mention India in his speech

Perhaps because India has slipped in the global economic sweepstakes is why Mr Obama did not mention India in this speech, referring only to how 'China and Europe arent standing on the sidelines'.

Indians outnumber locals in NZ grounds, but go home dejected

After winning 4th ODI, a celebratory roar came from the Kiwi dressing room. But there was not a soul around with only a few journalists finishing their work and the TV crew reeling in the equipment present at the ground.

Records of Britons in India during Raj now available online

The records include ancestry details of leading individuals such as Prime Minister David

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Kejriwal govt opens a new front, to probe '84 riots

Close to 10K RTE seats in Mumbai remain vacant Gandhi is dead, long live Gandhigiri Noida to allocate Rs 9, 000 crore for annual budget Romantic Ranchiites face exposive pink brigade Heavy rains in U'Khand, four persons feared dead Kolkata rape: HC seeks govt position on CBI probe


Jayalalithaa's rising national ambition and DMKs sibling war

Between Jayalalithaas pole-vaulting ambition to become a key player at the Centre and the unfolding saga of the DMK first familys sibling rivalry, Tamil Nadu will play if not as predominant as Uttar Pradesh certainly a major role on the next PM. Waiting for Amma? Sunil Grover of Gutthi fame introduces Chutki

UP: Modi, Shah sideline leaders in forefront of BJP's temple movement

Politics is indeed a great leveller. The arrival of Modis trusted lieutenant Amit Shah, as the BJPs man in charge of the politically crucial state of UP may have resuscitated the party that had ended fourth in the 2009 elections. Full Coverage: The rise of Narendra Modi

Google selling Motorola phone business to Lenovo
The deal announced Wednesday will rid Google Inc. of a financial headache that has plagued the Internet company since buying Motorola Mobility for $12.4 billion in 2012.

It is government's duty to protect minorities: Sonia Gandhi

Annie Raja condemns Asha Mirjes remark on Delhi braveheart


Surging mobile ads drive Facebook Q4 earnings, revenue up sharply

Mobile advertising accounted for more than half of Facebook's total ad revenue in the final quarter of last year, a sign that the social network born a decade ago in the desktop computer era is succeeding in its goal of being "mobile first."

Six PSUs join hands for worlds biggest solar power plant
As many as six PSUs including BHEL, Power Grid and others have come together to set up a 4,000-MW ultra mega solar power project in Rajasthan, expected to be the worlds largest.





Pope Francis: Rolling Stone's new rockstar

There's just no stopping the people's Pope. After appearing on the cover of Time's magazine, he has now invaded the space usually reserved for rock and movie stars - the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.

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On the sets: Haider cast shoots in Kashmir

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The art of making picture-perfect paper portrait

Spanish artist Omar Arraez Perez, who is capable of creating magic with plain paper, shows his latest work in the Capital, writes Mahim Gupta.

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Maruti Celerio EZ Drive automatic review, test drive

A new small car from Maruti is always big news. What makes it even more interesting is that the Indo-Japanese company has a habit of delivering blockbusters every now and then. And that's exactly what the Celerio looks like, a winning proposition, and here's why.

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Volkswagen hikes Polo, Vento prices by up to Rs . 26,800 Hero unveils diesel concept bike, 4 other vehicles Chevy to display compact SUV concept Adra at Expo Ford to display new concept at Expo Tata to be low key at upcoming Expo Isuzu initiates new India plant set up Suzuki takes wraps off Gixxer bike and Let's

Hero unveils diesel concept bike, 4 A good vintage, but... old wine in new bottle other vehicles

The Czech car from the VW stable leads its segment. But can it take on the German trio in the higher segment?

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Students take to the skies with their aircraft models

Air Force Bal Bharti School was declared the winner of the third annual Aero Club model flying competition in the city. The Aero Club competition hopes to increase engagement in, and understanding of aviation to inspire the next generation of Indias aerospace industry professionals.

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This is how they belled the CAT

Several engineering students have successfully cracked the previous editions of the Common Admission Test (CAT). This years CAT results reflected a similar trend with some of the toppers scoring above 99 percentile. HT Education spoke to two of CAT 2013 toppers about their success mantras.

Make a difference through these fellowships

Are you one of those who aim to serve the community and reach out to the underprivileged? You could opt for one of these fellowships that will give you hands-on experience of working at the grassroot level.

Facebook likely to lose 80 % users by 2017: Study
Facebook is likely to lose 80 % of its users and getting largely abandoned by 2017, researchers at Princeton University said.


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Google announces $2.7mn bounty for hacking Chrome OS

Google has reportedly announced a whopping 2.7 million dollars bounty if security experts are able to hack its Chrome browser-based OS at the Pwnium 4 hacking contest.

Will you be my Between? App for lovers

If ever in doubt about your guy's commitment to a relationship, ask him if he would commit to an app. A growing number of young couples in Asia are sharing special moments in the privacy of Between, a tight networking app that links only two people.

Tablets a hit with kids, but experts worry Nokia to launch 5 new devices in Lumia, Asha range Vivo launches the world's first 2K display smartphone LG to launch world's first All in One Chrome OS computer


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