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Sensex zooms 488 pts, hits new high
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Sensex zooms 488 pts, hits new high

Stocks smashed previous records as the Sensex on Thursday raced to close at a fresh high of 30,750 zooming 448 points, its biggest single-day gain in over two months, after the US Fed signalled a more cautious approach to future rate hikes. The broader Nifty again got past the key 9,500-mark. The May futures and options expiry gave too buying a push. The 30-share Sensex scaled an all-time high of 30,793.43 (intra-day), breaking its previous record of 30,712.35, recorded on May 19. The gauge ... Rediff.com, 23 minutes ago
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'Poets don't win many titles,' Mourinho does!

‘There are lots of poets in football but poets don't win many titles’ IMAGE:  Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho kisses the trophy as he celebrates winning the Europa League. Photograph: Michael Dalder/Reuters Juan Mata praised Jose Mourinho's remarkable knack for coming out on top on the biggest occasions after Manchester United beat Ajax Amsterdam 2-0 on Wednesday to signal the Portuguese coach's 12th triumph in a final from 14 attempts. Ajax coach Peter Bosz called ...
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Sports Shorts: Rooney left out of England team for World Cup qualifier

A summary of sports events and sports persons, who made news on Thursday IMAGE: Wayne Rooney was earlier left out of the qualifiers against Germany, Lithuania and Slovenia. Photograph: Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images England's record international goal-scorer Wayne Rooney has been left out of Gareth Southgate's squad for next month's World Cup Group F qualifier against Scotland and a friendly with France. Skipper Rooney, who has lost his place in Manchester United's first team, was also left ...
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ISRO to launch Chandrayaan-2 in 2018

The Chandrayaan-2 will conduct the next level of scientific studies on the Moon, writes T E Narasimhan. In what will be its next step to reach, land on and explore the Moon, the Indian Space Research Organisation is gearing up to launch its space science and planetary exploration mission, Chandrayaan-2, on a GSLV MKII launch vehicle, in the first quarter of 2018. The Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft is a composite module consisting of Orbiter, Lander and Rover. Unlike the Chandrayaan-1, where Moon ...
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Why Djokovic-Agassi combo sounds 'interesting'

Djokovic and Agassi are deep thinkers about the sport and McEnroe said that their partnership, however long it lasts, can be a meeting of minds IMAGE: Novak Djokovic can tap into Agassi's brilliant mind, says McEnroe. Photograph: Michael Reaves/Getty Images Novak Djokovic's decision to work with American great Andre Agassi at the French Open could be an inspired move as he seeks to recover his lost spark, according to John McEnroe. The Serb's insatiable appetite for grand slam titles appears ...
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Mahindra takes electric road to the future

Auto major Mahindra has ambitious plans for its electric cars project, that include ramping up its output to 60,000 units a year, high-end electric powertrains, and 380 to 650 volt battery systems. Rajesh Karkera/Rediff.com listens in. Photograph: Kind courtesy, Milind Kale The era of electric vehicles, or EVs, is about to dawn in India. One clear sign is the amount of media coverage that EVs have got in India. In the past seven months alone, more has been written about EVs than in the last ...
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'Pakistan is a well of death. Thank you Sushma ji for supporting me'

Uzma Ahmad, a young Indian woman, who said she was forced to marry a Pakistani man at gun point, on Thursday after returning home via the Wagah Border extended her thanks to External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. "I would like to thank everyone who helped me. Thank you Sushmaji for supporting me," said the emotional woman who couldn't hold back her tears as she narrated her ordeal. "Pakistan is a death trap. Going there isn't easy and coming out isn't", she said, adding, "Pakistan ...
 Rediff.com57 minutes ago Mere desh ki dharti  Rediff.com5 hours ago Indian woman Uzma, forced to marry Pak man, returns home  Rediff.com7 hours ago 'India's daughter', forced to marry Pak man, returns  Rediff.com1 hour ago
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Fadnavis escapes unhurt after his chopper crash-lands in Latur

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had a narrow escape on Thursday when his helicopter got entangled in overhead wires and crash-landed in Latur district after the pilot tried to descend due to bad weather, soon after take-off. The state government’s six-year-old Sikorsky chopper was damaged beyond repair, an official of civil aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation said. The accident occurred when the helicopter, which had six persons on board including ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago Chopper with Fadnavis on board crash lands, 'absolutely safe', tweets CM  Rediff.com5 hours ago
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Post protests, Rajinikanth issues strict diktat to his fan club

Tamil superstar Rajinikanth on Thursday issued a stern warning to his fans against indulging in any kind of indiscipline, saying those violating his fans club's code of conduct would be expelled from it. The actor did not refer to any specific incident but the message comes close on the heels of his fans going into celebration mode over him hinting at a political entry, and pasting posters in parts of Chennai and elsewehere hailing him. Some fans had also staged protests against fringe outfits ...
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Pak condemns honouring of Indian Army officer Gogoi

Pakistan today condemned the honouring of an Indian Army officer who tied a civilian in Kashmir to a vehicle and used him as human shield."Awarding Major Leetul Gogoi, who brazenly used a Kashmiri youth as a human shield, is condemnable. It is a crime and an insult to humanity," Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria told reporters.The international community, particularly, the UN shouldtake cognisance of the act, he added.Zakaria accused India of perpetrating and financing terrorism in ...
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