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Stop step-motherly attitude towards doubles: Jwala
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Stop step-motherly attitude towards doubles: Jwala

‘The doubles are still being given a step-motherly treatment. You need to change your attitude.’ ‘As a team we are just Saina, Sindhu, myself and Ashwini. There's nobody else we can bank on.’ ‘If we can win medal at the World Championship, I think Ashwini and I can win at the Olympics also.’ IMAGE: India’s doubles shuttler Jwala Gutta. Photograph: Indian Badminton League. Star shuttler Jwala Gutta once again asked the Badminton Association of India ... Rediff.com, 15 minutes ago
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Building collapses inside Hubli railway station; four dead

At least four people were killed on Monday when a building, which houses the police station and parcel office inside the Hubli Junction railway station in Karnataka, collapsed.Two people were rescued and three are still believed to be trapped in the debris.Most of the occupants were out for lunch when the old building at the station collapsed.Fire and emergency teams have been pressed into service to extricate the survivors.Further details are awaited. ...
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Don't select players for Tests, ODIs based on IPL performance, says Dhoni

- 'In IPL you can get away with a lot of things. But to select proper Test or 50-over cricketers on IPL performance, I don't think would be right.' IMAGE: Pawan Negi during an Indian Premier League match. Photograph: BCCI India's limited-overs' captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni says the Indian Premier League should not be the yardstick to pick players for the hard grind of international cricket, particularly Tests and One-Day Internationals. He feels the cash-rich IPL T20 tournament can, at best, ...
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Don't believe in miracle, says Maha CM's wife after Swami gets necklace for her from thin air

Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis' wife Amruta has come in for flak from rationlists after accepting a necklace, apparently produced from thin air by a godman. The incident occurred during an awards event organised by a Pune-based educational institute. In visuals aired non-stop by Marathi channels, the godman, Guruvanand Swami, is shown giving Amruta, a banker, a necklace, which apparently materialises from thin air. Avinash Patil, president of the Committee for Eradication of ...
 Rediff.com39 minutes ago Godman's necklace gift to Maha CM's wife makes rationalists see red  Rediff.com1 hour ago
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Why Dhoni doesn't want Raina to bat at Kohli's No. 3 slot?

IMAGE: Suresh Raina, left, and Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Photograph: Michael Steele/Getty Images. Unwilling to tinker with the line-up in view of next month's World Twenty20, India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Monday said the team will prefer Suresh Raina in the No. 4 slot in the series against Sri Lanka even though vice-captain Virat Kohli's absence has opened the No. 3 position. "It did cross our minds (to use Raina at No. 3) but it will be slightly better if he (Raina) bats at the position ...
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TRAI bars differential tariff for Internet access

Facebook claimed that the number of comments in support of Free Basics to be more than 1.35 crore as against Trai's official figure of around 24 lakh.  Image: Trai order is seen as a setback to Facebook, which had plans to roll out Free Basics. Photograph: Danish Siddiqui/Reuters     In a boost to net neutrality and a blow to Facebook and other operators offering differential data tariffs, telecom regulator Trai today barred them from charging discriminatory prices for web ...
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Tata Marcopolo Motors declares lockout at Dharwad plant

Tata Motors today said a lockout has been declared at the Dharwad plant of one of its subsidiaries, Tata Marcopolo Motors, following "illegal strike" by workmen over wage negotiations.The company said "workmen resorted to an illegal strike, with mass absence on January 31, 2016, compelling the plant's management to resort to temporary suspension of operations on February 1 to ensure safety.""In view of continued deterioration of the situation and in the absence of a congenial working ...
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Headley: India may give Pak fresh evidence about ISI officers

India is likely to give Pakistan fresh evidence about the nvolvement of ISI officers in the 2008 Mumbai terror attack after Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley's deposition before a Mumbai court today.India has given several dossiers to Pakistan incorporating evidence about the involvement of ISI officers, Lashkar-e-Tayiba chief Hafiz Saeed, LeT commander Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi besides others."There have been no action against any one of them. Headley's deposition before court ...
 Rediff.com48 minutes ago What Headley's deposition means for India  Rediff.com2 hours ago Hafiz Sahab, ISI hand in 26/11... Headley's 5-and-a-half-hour deposition  Rediff.com2 hours ago 26/11 Mumbai attacks: 35 questions David Headley answered today  Rediff.com5 hours ago
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Asaram's ads on Delhi Metro against V-Day trigger outrage

This February 14, worship your parents instead of celebrating Valentine's Day, say a series of billboards put up at Delhi Metro stations by a religious group, which also endorsed police action against couples. The advertisements, put up across 35 stations by an organisation of self-styled godman Asaram Bapu, advocating 'Matri Pitri Pujan Diwas' has left many commuters enraged, prompting Delhi Metro Rail Corporation to order the matter to be examined. Asaram is lodged in jail in connection with ...
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Top cop says Devansh's autopsy report doesn't indicate sexual assault

The post-mortem report of the six-year-old boy, who was found dead in a water reservoir at Ryan International School in south Delhi, prima facie does not indicate any sexual assault, Delhi Police Commissioner B S Bassi said on Monday. "The post-mortem report has been received and it is being studied. Suffice to say that it (the report) does not prima facie indicate any sexual assault," Bassi said. "Initial reading of the post-mortem report does not suggest any sexual assault. The death was due ...
 Rediff.com54 minutes ago Schoolboy's death: Autopsy report does not indicate sexual assault, says Bassi  Rediff.com2 hours ago Lyceum International School Nugegoda to host ISAC 2016  DailyFT20 hours ago
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