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Indians at the US Open: Paes-Verdasco knocked out
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Indians at the US Open: Paes-Verdasco knocked out

IMAGE: Leander Paes. Photograph: Getty Images Leander Paes’s US Open ended on Friday after he and doubles partner Fernando Verdasco lost to American pair Sam Querrey and Steve Johnson in the second round on Friday. Paes-Verdasco lost 5-7, 6-4, ... Rediff.com, 10 hours ago
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'Salman Sir is super-human and a saviour'

'When you lose someone who is very close to you, I don’t think you think about what’s going to happen in your office tomorrow or your work. I didn’t care that I was in jail. 'I didn’t care that I was being criticised. The only person that I cared about was Nafisa (Jiah Khan’s real name). She is in my heart and she will always be there.' 'When someone faces a problem, it is no one else’s problem. But Salman Sir was still there for me and I am so glad that I ...
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The Sheena Bora case and the ugly face of Indian news

The voyeurism and poor taste on display in the reportage of the murder case involving Mukerjea’s wife reflect the mindset of the society we live in and the media we are exposed to, notes Vanita Kohli-Khandekar  Peter Mukerjea is one of the best chief executive officers I have known in the Indian media industry. Not just because Star India turned around under him to become the jewel in parent News Corporation’s (now 21st Century Fox) global crown but also because ...
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Saif: You can't depend on controversy to make a film interesting

'Sajid Nadiadwala and Kabir Khan were probably the most credible duo to work with and it has paid off' 'I don’t think Humshakals was a wrong idea. People may have rejected the movie but they liked the idea' Saif Ali Khan takes stock of his recent hits and misses with a fresh perspective.With his latest release picking up in theatres after a slow opening weekend, Saif Ali Khan may finally be getting his box office mojo back.Released close on the heels of three duds -- Bullett ...
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'Present crisis unlikely to affect China's economic power'

  The Chinese economy is likely to replace the United States of America as the world’s superpower by 2030, said Arvind Subramanian, the country’s chief economic advisor, here on Monday. He said the recent slowdown in the Chinese economy was unlikely to disturb that country’s economic ascendancy. “I am not surprised that China is slowing down. . . the richer you are the slower you grow,” he said. Subramanian was speaking at a lecture titled 'Eclipse: Living in ...
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'Indira Gandhi considered military strike on Pakistan nuke sites'

Returning to power in 1980, the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had considered a military strike on Pakistan’s nuclear installations to prevent it from acquiring weapons capabilities, a declassified Central Intelligence Agency document has claimed. Such a consideration by the then Indian Prime Minister was being made when the US was in an advanced stage of providing its fighter jets F-16 to Pakistan, says the September 8, 1981, document titled ‘India’s Reaction to Nuclear ...
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Rice’s trip to Pakistan unrelated to Indo-Pak tension, says White House

Washington: US National Security Advisor Susan Rice’s visit to Islamabad was planned in advance and she is not making an “emergency visit” due to the ongoing tension between India and Pakistan, the White House asserted yesterday, refuting ...
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'To compare bureaucrats to those in armed forces is laughable'

‘Service in the Armed Forces can’t be compared to government service. If that basic premise is not accepted, then there’s no scope for any debate on OROP’ ‘No one joins the Armed Forces on a contract. They join to serve. Armed Forces attract those who want to serve, not based on financial terms and contracts’ Rajya Sabha MP Rajeev Chandrasekhar, a passionate advocate of OROP, speaks to Sudhir Bisht.   Ex-servicemen and their families continue their ...
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Of ruthless social climbers and Indrani Mukerjea

There are many who don’t mind leaving more than claw marks on people around them in their march to the top, notes Shyamal  Majumdar Pori Bora might have lacked the wealth and lineage to arrive at the so-called upper crust, but she obviously had one thing in abundance -- a naked ambition to become part of the swish set. That part of her character is evident from the name she gave to her human resource consultancy firm based in Kolkata. No one seems to have any idea about her ...
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Declassified US documents indicate it backed India on Kashmir in 1965

Washington: The US in 1965 had supported India’s stand that there should be no plebiscite in Kashmir, declassified US documents of the era indicate. At the peak of the 1965 Indo-Pak war, the then Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri wrote a letter to US ...
 IndiaTV News1 week ago
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