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Top Headlines: Was Netaji alive till 1964? Mystery may end today

Times of India
Daily Newsletter | Friday, September 18, 2015
Was Netaji alive till 1964? Mystery may end today
The secret files on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose that will be declassified in Kolkata on Friday may contain enough circumstantial evidence that he was alive till at least 1964, say sources.
US Fed Reserve leaves key rates unchanged
US Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen late on Thursday almost made it sure that her counterpart in India, Raghuram Rajan, the RBI governor, gets the leeway to cut rates in his next policy review meeting later in the month.
BCCI president Dalmiya suffers heart attack
BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya on Thursday was admitted to hospital after he suffered a serious attack in Kolkata.
Crime rate down, but policing still a cause for concern
Salt Lake has recorded the lowest number of crimes this year in half a decade but the problems that lead to these crimes still persist.
2 die in bus-tipper collision in Hoshiarpur
Two people were killed and 10 injured when a private bus collided head-on with a tipper on Jalandhar-Hoshiarpur Road near Sonalika factory around9am on Thursday.
Delhi govt to reply on steps taken to treat dengue
Voicing concern over the rise of dengue cases in the national capital, the Delhi high court on Thursday asked the Centre and city government to explain the steps they have taken to contain the vector-borne disease.
8 interview questions engineers struggle to answer
Tech engineers are regarded as some of the smartest people in the world.
Sony Xperia C5 Ultra review: The big selfie phone
Sony's new Xperia C5 Ultra is a big screen smartphone that targets the selfie aficionados with its 13MP front camera and flash. At Rs 29,990, the phone faces tough competition from value-for-money phones like the OnePlus 2 and Asus Zenfone 2 Deluxe.
'Microsoft appraisal system biased against women'
Microsoft Corp on September 16 was hit with a proposed class action lawsuit in US court claiming its policy of ranking employees to determine pay and promotions led to discrimination against women.
As it happened: HIL 2015 players' auction
Sardar Singh bagged just $58,000, as Germany's Moritz Fuerste drew the highest ever bid in HIL auctions history after he was bought for $1,05,000.
Jackpots for Akashdeep, Mandeep, Gurmail
Three star Germans in Florian Fuchs, Mortiz Fuerste and Tobias Hauke attracted the most intense bidding at the auctions on Thursday.
BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya suffers heart attack
BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya on Thursday was admitted to hospital after he suffered a serious attack in Kolkata.
Govt has lined up string of reforms: Arun Jaitley
The government is trying to resolve some pending tax issues in the next few days, finance minister Arun Jaitley said on Thursday.
Facebook won't withdraw from India
Facebook said on Thursday that it will not withdraw its controversial zero-rated platform from India despite scathing criticism from a top government committee, but will rather open it up further to newer telecom operators in order to provide internet access to the unconnected.
Compliance to sexual harassment law poor
According to responses Mumbai-based consultant Complykaro Services received to its RTI applications, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Arunachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Chhattisgarh and Goa have so far only partially complied with the law .
Bollywood celebs: Then and now
Read on to know how Bollywood celebrities have evolved over the years...
Kangana makes no fuss about cleavage show
In a recent interview, the Queen of Bollywood Kangana Ranaut revealed some hilarious details on shooting some intimate scenes for the film Katti Batti.
Sussanne Khan wedding rumours: Arjun reacts?
Arjun Rampal tweeted to rubbish all the wedding rumours
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