Friday, August 28, 2015

Top Headlines: In 10 years, Pak will have largest N-stockpile after US and Russia: Report

Times of India
Daily Newsletter | Friday, August 28, 2015
In 10 years, Pak will have largest N-stockpile after US and Russia: Report
In less than 10 years, Pakistan will have the third largest nuclear stockpile in the world, behind only the US and Russia, two prominent US think tanks said in a report.
Boat sinks off Libya, 200 migrants feared dead
A boat packed with mainly African migrants bound for Italy sank off the Libyan coast on Thursday and officials said up to 200 might have died.
Special: India poised to gain from China crisis
Kolkata: Lover kills girl over affair gone sour
A Class XI student was found murdered, with her head and face smashed beyond recognition, in Maheshtala on Wednesday.
Mumbai cops find girls hidden in wall cavity of bar
A police raid at the Honeycomb bar at Majiwada on Wednesday led to the arrest of 14 girls who squeezed themselves inside a specially-built hi-tech hidden cavity inside the walls
50,000 Bhiwandi godowns to remain shut
As many as 50,000 godowns in Bhiwandi have been asked to be shut down for 12 days in the coming four weeks, owing to a huge influx of vehicles from Thane and Mumbai to Nashik for the Shahisnan of the Kumbh Mela celebrations commencing on Saturday.
Sony Xperia C4 review: A decent upgrade
The Sony Xperia C4 is the company's new selfie-focused smartphone.
Indian teen's app gets praise from Facebook COO Sandberg
Nineteen-year old Harsh Songra was woken up on Wednesday by Facebook notifications after Sheryl Sandberg published a post about him and his startup, My Child App.
India's great 4G rush: The story so far
4G is a technology meant for data, mostly video, which requires a consistently higher bandwidth to run smoothly.
Usain Bolt wins fourth consecutive 200m title
Sprint king Usain Bolt kept his unbeaten record intact by clinching his fourth consecutive 200m title at the World Athletics Championship in Beijing on Thursday.
3rd Test: Can reignited India end overseas drought?
Sri Lanka must win to avoid their second consecutive series loss at home, while India will hope to clinch their first series win in almost two years.
IPL GC mulls having new teams for next two IPL as one option
The IPL governing council met here to discuss the recommendations given by the Justice Lodha Committee report on the IPL spot-fixing and betting scandal.
PSBs should be compensated for social initiatives: Rajan
Reserve Bank of India governor Raghuram Rajan has taken on the government for thrusting the Jan Dhan Yojana on public sector banks and has called for compensating the psu lenders.
PM Modi concerned over steep airfare hikes
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed concern over the frequent sharp hikes in airfares, especially during peak travel times and when someone has to buy a ticket on short notice to travel for an emergency.
Dabhol set for split but fuel supply issues remain
The stage is set for a demerger of Ratnagiri Gas & Power (Dabhol) project into two entities, with GAIL dealing with the gas block and NTPC running the power plant.
Sanjay Dutt's daughter taught him about selfies
Sanjay Dutt is home on a 30-day parole.

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