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Indian-origin TV star crowned 'Child Genius' in UK

Rahul Doshi won the Channel 4 show 'Child Genius' by beating his nine-year-old opponent Ronan 10-4 in the programme's finale last night. DNA, 1 month ago

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49 infants die in 1 month in Farrukhabad hospital, DM and CMO transferred

Forty-nine infants died in a month in the Farrukhabad district hospital, most of them from “perinatal asphyxia”, a condition in which the child cannot breathe properly, officials said on Monday. In a virtual replay of the tragedy in Gorakhpur, where 30 children died in two days in a state-run hospital last month, parents of many of the children in Farrukhabad told officials there was a delay in providing oxygen and medicines.   The hospital recorded 49 deaths -- 30 in the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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DNA Morning Must Reads: SC to deliver judgement on right to privacy, Updates on JioPhone pre-booking, Hrithik Roshan on 'Super 30' and more

1. Privacy a Fundamental Right? SC to deliver judgment today A nine-Judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court will on Thursday pronounce its judgment on whether citizens have a fundamental Right to Privacy under the Indian Constitution. Read more here 2.
 DNA1 month ago Right to privacy: A citizen's inheritance  Rediff.com1 month ago

Turkey places 9 more journalists under arrest over Gulen links

A Istanbul court has placed under arrest nine journalists on suspicion of links to the alleged mastermind of the failed 2016 coup, the latest in a series of measures against Turkish media workers that have alarmed the West. Turkish authorities had on August ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Panic as cabin pressure drops on AirAsia plane from Australia

Passengers recounted their panic Monday after a sudden loss of pressure on their AirAsia flight caused oxygen masks to drop from the ceiling and sent their plane into a steep drop. AirAsia said the Airbus A320, carrying 151 people, suffered a "technical ...
 Deccan Herald19 hours ago Terror as AirAsia flight turns back to Australia  Business Standard1 day ago

Newsmaker: The Roshan-Ranaut rip-roar

Only one thing is for sure: never in the history of Bollywood did we have a battle as dirty as that of Hrithik Roshan and Kangana Ranaut. That leaves us with just one option: You can take sides if you want­ This probably will find a spot right next to ‘Who ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 days ago

Favouritism, biases & politics: Here's what is plaguing cricket in Kashmir

Kashmir Valley is perhaps the only place on earth where a gentleman’s game is run in a un-gentlemanly style since decades. It appears that the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA), the restive region’s premier cricketing body, loves to ...
 catchnews.com3 days ago
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Aarushi Murder case: Read the blog written by Aarushi Talwar's best friend Fiza Jha

Four years after the parents of Aarushi Talwar were convicted of killing their daughter the high court of Allahabad has said that the parents are not guilty of killing her. In the murder case of 14-year-old, the verdict was delivered on the plea filed by ...
 catchnews.com4 days ago
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Meet the men NIA is probing for funding militancy in Kashmir

In its ongoing probe into the funding sources of the militancy in Kashmir, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has either arrested or called for questioning a number of separatist and civil society leaders. Here we profile seven major leaders who are now ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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Why privacy is important and all need it

‘Privacy allows people a space where they can refuse to conform. And it is in that space where liberty flourishes,’ says Gautam Bhatia. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com. In No Place to Hide, the book that chronicles Edward Snowden’s unmasking of the American mass surveillance regime, the journalist Glenn Greenwald writes that ‘only when we believe that nobody else is watching us do we feel free -- safe -- to truly experiment, to test boundaries, to explore new ways ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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