Friday, September 4, 2015

Top Headlines: 'Humanity' must bear blame for Syria's tiny child's death: Turkey president

Times of India
Daily Newsletter | Friday, September 04, 2015
'Humanity' must bear blame for Syria's tiny child's death: Turkey president
As mortifying images of the lifeless body of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi at the Turkish beach resort of Bordum went viral on Thursday, a furious Turkey President Recep Erdogan, hosting the G-20 meet of global business leaders, broke from summitteering to say Europe and "the rest of humanity" must bear the blame for the tiny child's death.

Delhi's air reaches 'poor' levels a month early
The monsoon dried up early over north India this year and Delhiites are already facing the consequences.
11 Indians under detention in UAE for IS 'links'
As many as 11 Indian nationals are under detention in the UAE since early August on charges of planning to join the Islamic State (IS) and recruiting, financing and providing logistics to those willing to joining the terror outfit.
Hyderabad bizman says Uber driver hit him, abused his lady friend
A 27-year-old businessman from Secunderabad has lodged a complaint with the Begumpet police against an Uber cab driver, alleging that the latter assaulted him and misbehaved with his female friend.
NCP corporator stabbed to death in Chinchwad
Nationalist Congress Party corporator Avinash Tekawade (45) was stabbed to death by two unidentified men on the steps leading up to his rented flat in Mohannagar, Chinchwad, at 2pm on Thursday.
No power in Bareilly schools to broadcast PM's speech
Lack of electricity and other basic arrangements in a majority of government schools might prevent students from listening to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Maan Ki Baat' radio address on the occasion of Teachers' Day.
Here's what you can earn working at Facebook
Using data from Glassdoor, we compiled a list of the highest salaries you can earn while working at Facebook, ranked from highest to lowest.
5 hot smartphones under Rs 7,000
Nowadays, you can pick up an entry-level smartphone with a 5-inch display and which handles Full-HD movie playback, almost every productivity task, and even social networking.
Sony Xperia Z5 Premium first impressions
Sony's new Xperia Z5 Premium is the world's first 4K-resolution display-equipped smartphone. Packing more than 800 pixels per inch, the phone's display features 4 times the pixels of a full-HD phone screen.
Kohli's aggression has rubbed off on Ishant: Coach Shravan
Ishant Sharma's childhood coach Shravan Kumar said his ward was unusually aggressive and captain Virat Kohli played a role in it.
Live Scorecenter: US Open 2015, Day 4
Live: US Open 2015, Day 4
State-level boxer forced to work as garbage collector
In yet another case which highlights the apathy that sportspersons face in India, a state-level former boxer is forced to work as a garbage collector to sustain himself.
Govt vows secrecy on black money
The tax department on Thursday vowed complete confidentiality of information filed under the new black money law as it unveiled the second set of clarifications on a range of queries.
Tata Sons moves SC on Rs 300cr tax demand in Maha
Tata Sons, the principal company of the tea-to-telecom conglomerate, has moved the Supreme Court challenging the sales tax demand by the Maharashtra government on the royalty amount it collects from Tata Group entities.
Maggi shock bigger than what it seems: Suresh Narayanan
As Nestle India managing director Suresh Narayanan settles down in the Maggi Creative Kitchen, used for cooking demonstration and new recipe development at the company's headquarters in Gurgaon, the talk centres around the instant noodle brand, which went off the shelves in June after the food safety regulator FSSAI slapped a ban citing high lead content and labelling problems.
Ranbir-Kats to unite with Kapoors in London
Both Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif are currently in the British capital. Ranbir, who begins filming his next in London, is likely to be stationed overseas (though not at a stretch) for at least a couple of months.
30k hours gone in making of SRK's spaceship
When Bollywood Badshah Shah Rukh Khan sought a futuristic spaceship for himself, he called up DC Design, the famous design studio whom he has faith in.
When John Abraham left Anil Kapoor bleeding
John telling us that he's super protective of Anil, Shruti saying that she got her butt kicked with her debut, and Anil just being Anil, was a super-fun chat at the DT office – and yeah, serious and engaging too.

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