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  • Gold rebounds, hits over 2-month high on global cues

    Gold rebounds, hits over 2-month high on global cues

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    Gold prices rose Rs. 120 to trade at over two-month high of Rs. 26,450 per 10 gram at the bullion market on Monday, tracking a firm trend in global market amid a pick up in buying at the domestic spot markets by jewellers.Silver followed…

  • Hundreds of whales wash ashore in Tamil Nadu

    Hundreds of whales wash ashore in Tamil Nadu

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    Tuticorin: Carcasses of 30 baleen whales were found washed ashore near the Tiruchendur beach in this district early today while 250 of the same species have been stranded in shallow waters, officials said.Efforts are on to push the stranded sea mammals into deep waters…

  • Odd-even policy worked well but don't extend it: Survey

    Odd-even policy worked well but don't extend it: Survey

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    New Delhi: A majority of the capital's residents have told a survey that the odd-even policy for private cars has been implemented well, a sizeable number felt autos and taxis were fleecing them, even as those who do not want the practice to continue outnumbered…

  • India may not send troops to Syria

    India may not send troops to Syria

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    India is likely to say it has “no interest” in sending troops to Syria to fight in any of the anti-IS coalitions, but could indicate it is open for a bigger role in the Syrian regional reconciliation in West Asia, officials have told The Hindu.…

  • BJP not serious about GST': Congress rebuffs idea of breakthrough after Naidu raises hopes

    BJP not serious about GST': Congress rebuffs idea of breakthrough after Naidu raises hopes

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    New Delhi: The Congress party on Thursday rebuffed suggestions of a breakthrough on a landmark tax reform, hours after the government said it had accepted the demands set by the main opposition party to back the measure.The proposed goods and services tax (GST), India's…

  • BJP, Congress fume over 'Mufflerman' Kejriwal's odd-even advertisement

    BJP, Congress fume over 'Mufflerman' Kejriwal's odd-even advertisement

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    New Delhi: The Delhi government’s latest advertisement on ‘odd-even’ scheme featuring chief minister Arvind Kejriwal in ‘mufflerman’ avatar, was on Thursday pilloried by the BJP and Congress for having “blatantly circumvented” the Supreme Court guidelines and violated the “spirit of law”.With his back towards…

  • Pathankot Attack: Kudos to Modi for putting Pakistan on a 72-hour deadline to respond

    Pathankot Attack: Kudos to Modi for putting Pakistan on a 72-hour deadline to respond

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    Good on India. Good on Modi. He has moved the envelope to the edge of the table not so much by telling Pakistan to show the intent but by placing on it a deadline of 72 hours.Time bound deadlines are something India has seldom…

  • Since the iPhone, fingerprint scanners are now a budget feature

    Since the iPhone, fingerprint scanners are now a budget feature

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    Do you remember when the iPhone 5s was launched with a fingerprint scanner? That was certainly a turning point. Well, Motorola did launch the Atrix in 2011 with a fingerprint scanner. Yet, it was the iPhone that made it a mainstream feature with TouchID.Soon…

  • DGCA to audit helicopter services after seven

    DGCA to audit helicopter services after seven

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    Jammu: The Vaishno Devi Shrine Board has asked the DGCA to conduct a detailed safety audit of the helicopter operations between Katra-Sanjichhat sector in Jammu and Kashmir's Katra belt, where a recent chopper crash killed six pilgrims and one pilot.The chopper services, which were…

  • Is Sikh radicalism riding on politics to make a comeback in Punjab?

    Is Sikh radicalism riding on politics to make a comeback in Punjab?

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    The fear of revival of terrorism has started haunting Punjab again. A spate of recent incidents suggests that the sub-surface disquiet over matters religion is getting intense in the state and it might prove conducive to the growth of radicalism.The tension in the Sikh…

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