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Did foreign media overreact to Hamilton champagne incident?
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Did foreign media overreact to Hamilton champagne incident?

‘I think some foreign media are more sensitive about the topic than local media’ Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and Mercedes GP celebrates on the podium. Photograph: Dan Istitene/Getty Images Chinese Grand Prix podium hostess who had champagne sprayed in her face by race winner Lewis Hamilton has played down the incident after the Formula One world champion was accused of sexist bullying. "It lasted for only one or two seconds, and I didn't think too much about it," Liu Siying, a ... Rediff.com, 3 days ago

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Hit by leaks, wary finance ministry blocks non-government sites

Officers up to director rank have access only to ‘.nic.in’ and ‘.gov.in’ websites The finance ministry has blocked all non-government websites, including email services, social media and news websites, for junior staff after the Central Bureau of Investigation began investigating leaks of confidential documents related to foreign investment proposals. All websites with private domains have been blocked for officers up to the rank of director or equivalent. The ban covers ...
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Singapore teen charged for anti-Lee video

A 16-year-old Singaporean school dropout was on Tuesday charged with obscenity and hurting religious sentiments over an expletive-laden video attacking the country’s founding father Lee Kuan Yew and Christianity. Amos Lee, who was arrested over posting the eight-minute video on YouTube on Sunday -- the same day when Lee's state funeral was held, smirked as multiple charges were read out in the State Court against him. The teenager has asked for a lawyer to represent him against the ...
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Heartbreaking: 4-yr-old 'surrenders' mistaking camera for gun

This image tweeted by photojournalist Nadia AbuShaban bears witness to the trauma that children undergo in war torn countries like Syria. The tweet, which has been shared nearly 10,000 times and had the social media world scramble to discover who the little boy was, shows a horrified child holding his hands above his head as if surrendering. The four-year-old, Adi Hudea, is said to have mistook the camera for a machine gun. The origin of the photo though unconfirmed is believed to have ...
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'I won't make a typical Bollywood film'

'I was broke and jobless. There was a lot of pressure to earn money. I was 23.' 'Then I met my friend Vivek Gomber, who loved my story and decided to produce the film.' National award winner Chaitanya Tamhane tells us the story behind his film, Court. Chaitanya Tamhane’s first feature film Court has picked up a National Award for Best Feature Film. The film has been making waves around the globe ever since it picked up two major awards at the Venice Film Festival last year. The film is ...
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Netanyahu celebrates surprise electoral landslide in Israel

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu kisses his wife, Sara, at party headquarters in Tel Aviv after claiming victory for his Likud party in a close-call election. Photograph: Amir Cohen/Reuters In a dramatic victory against all odds, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday secured a stunning win in Israel's closely-fought general election following a last-minute shift on Palestinian statehood, as he appeared set to become the country's longest-serving premier. "Against all odds, ...
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Vinod Mehta: The man who had editorial chemistry

Mehta was known to be outspoken and had an unerring instinct for what would be read   What Vinod Mehta had, in two words, was ‘editorial chemistry’. Dina Vakil, a Mumbai editor who had worked with him at The Indian Post, coined the phrase and captured what it meant in an e-mail she sent me soon after I began working for Mehta at Outlook magazine. “Still remember him wearing his trademark papaya-yellow shirt, slumping in his editorial chair and looking ...
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WTF News: It's Weird, True and Funny

Here's your weekly dose of weird, true and funny news from around the world Bengaluru girl's rebellious matrimonial CV goes viral Indhuja Pillai, a 24-year-old tomboy living in Bengaluru did not like the matrimonial advertisement her parents posted in a newspaper. So, instead, she put up her own advert which is today a massive hit on social media. Calling herself "definitely not marriage material", Pillai wrote: 'I wear glasses and look dorky in them. I want a bearded guy. Because they look ...
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'What we did for the environment has been undone by the new govt'

Image: Jairam Ramesh with his new book, Green Signals. 'This is not a Sanjay Baru or Natwar Singh type of book. It's not a memoir. It's not a book to reveal conversations, real or imaginary. This is not a book to position myself at the centre of the world.' 'In 1991, I was a believer in the blind pursuit of economic growth. I had single minded obsession with economic growth. But over a period of time, as I travelled and got exposed to different situations, I began to change.' Jairam Ramesh, ...
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'Chill' for 2 days, Kejriwal tells partymen

As Delhi keenly awaits the assembly election result, Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday spent a relaxed morning with members of his family even as a media jamboree waited outside his Kaushambi residence. For once, the man tipped to be the next chief minister of the state by exit polls, put his duties as a husband and a father first as he spent most of the day in the company of his wife, son and parents. His daughter is a student of IIT Delhi.  An ardent follower of ...
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