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Sheena murder: Cops to seek extended custody of Indrani, Sanjeev
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Sheena murder: Cops to seek extended custody of Indrani, Sanjeev

The Sheena Bora murder mystery has seen more twists than a television sitcom. As skeletons continue to tumble out, here are the latest developments in the case. 1. Indrani has reportedly admitted that she and Sheena Bora were locked in a financial dispute. The 43-year-old said that she had transferred a huge amount of money in Sheena's account but when she asked for it back, the latter refused to return it. However, the former CEO of INX Media and wife of Star India ex-CEO Peter Mukerjea has ... Rediff.com, 8 minutes ago
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53 infants dead in 11 days at Odisha's Sishu Bhavan

The shocking death of 53 infants in the last 11 days at Sishu Bhavan in Cuttack have raised questions about poor infrastructure and shortage of doctors in major hospitals in Odisha. The Sardar Vallabhbhai Post Graduate Institute of Paediatrics or Sishu Bhawan is the biggest paediatrics hospital in eastern India. The hospital attends more than 400 patients on an average daily. The hospital is also facing an acute shortage of paramedics. There are only 20 doctors against the sanctioned strength ...
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What really goes on backstage at fashion week?

From shouts of 'move', 'move', 'move' to passing on shoes, to posing for photographers, to finding those 60 seconds to connect with the outside world while applying make-up, to adjusting a nose ring at the last minute, to exulting after the ramp walk is done... Prasanna D Zore captures those candid moments backstage. Photographs: Prasanna D Zore/Rediff.com "Exciting, madness, jubilation, crazy and fun," is how a choreographer described the backstage. But there is a lot more to backstage action ...
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US Open: In-form Federer, Murray acknowledge opening round challenges

'It's really tough to be playing Leonardo Mayer' 'To be honest, I believe he likes playing on big stages. I would expect him to be ready for the match. He gets fired up for big matches' Roger Federer returns a forehand. Photograph: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images Roger Federer and Andy Murray, two of the hottest players on the US hardcourts during the run-up to the US Open, face difficult tests right from the start at the season's final grand slam starting on Monday. Second seed Federer, who beat ...
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Sensex struggles on mixed cues from Asian markets; banks, oil lead

The markets have kicked off the first trading day of the week on a weak note, tracking the weakness in China and the mixed cues from the other Asian markets. At 10.30 am, the Sensex was at 26,348, weaker by 43 points or 0.5% and the Nifty was at 7,962, down 39 points. Meanwhile, the government will release gross domestic product (GDP) data for Q1 June 2015 today, 31 August 2015. In other news, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said in a daily report issued on Sunday that for the country ...
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China lets yuan fall again, Asia might see more pain

China's move to devalue its currency has exposed the fragility of its economy and the risk of knock-on effects to the region, say Abheek Barua and Bidisha Ganguly. People look at the exchange rate at a moneychanger displaying a poster of U.S. dollar bill, Chinese Yuan and Malaysia Ringgit in Singapore. Photograph: Edgar Su/Reuters The global sell-off in financial markets following the devaluation of the Chinese currency has led to a debate on whether a replay of the 1997 Asian ...
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Rupee down 16 paise against dollar in early trade

Extending weakness for the second straight day, the rupee declined by 16 paise to 66.30 against the US dollar in early trade on sustained month-end demand for the American currency overseas. Besides, a lower opening of the domestic equity market weighed on the domestic currency but dollar's weakness against other currencies capped the losses, forex dealers said. The rupee had shed 10 paise to close at 66.14 against the US currency in the previous session on ...
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Volatile markets? Keep calm and carry on

  In the current market volatility, you can choose to book profits or buy cheaper stock. Last Monday, many investors would have been reminded of this Warren Buffett quote: “Unless you can watch your stock holding decline 50 per cent without becoming panic-stricken, you should not be in the stock market.” For a while, it seemed the markets were going on a free fall. Things improved during the week. After a 1,600-plus points fall, the markets recovered by a good 1,000 points in ...
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Indian economy offers hope as China struggles

For investors worried about the health of emerging economies, India's gross domestic product data for April-June should supply some cheer on Monday - the country is expected to remain the fastest growing major economy for a second straight quarter. The median estimate from a Reuters poll of economists put GDP annual growth at 7.4 per cent in the quarter, just below 7.5 per cent in January-March. If the number is that high, it will be a boost for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, whose image as the ...
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As Aus work out their chemistry in ODIs, Warner has T20 WC on his mind

'All the players have played there before (and) played IPL (Indian Premier League) there. Whatever team is selected, that will be the right team for those conditions and I really do think this could be one of our best chances to win the Twenty20 World Cup' Australia's David Warner during a nets session. Photograph: Paul Childs/Livepic/Images via Reuters Australia will not use Indian conditions as an excuse if they fail to win the World T20 in the subcontinent next year, opening batsman David ...
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