Sunday, October 11, 2015

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Times of India
Daily Newsletter | Sunday, October 11, 2015

Vijender knocks out Sonny Whiting on pro debut
A flurry of punches from Vijender left Whiting unable to continue in the third round
Can't allow Modi rally in Red zone: Kaimur DM
The denial has forced BJP to apply for a second time with a promise to bring smaller crowd.
4-year-old raped, brutalized in northwest Delhi
A four-year-old girl was raped and brutalised by her neighbour at a railway colony near Lawrence Road in northwest Delhi on Friday night.
3 more dengue deaths reported in Delhi, toll rises to 41
Three more dengue deaths have been reported in the national capital including that of a Delhi Police official, taking the toll to 41.
3-yr-old with rare heart malformation successfully operated on
A three-year-old girl suffering from a rare malformation of the heart from birth has been successfully operated on in centrally-administered JIPMER.
Meet the first sub-Rs 10K smartphone with fingerprint sensor
We went hands-on with the Coolpad Note 3 to find out if it lives upto the company's promise of a offering a feature packed device at an affordable price. Read on to find out our first impressions of the phone…
Elon Musk: Apple is a 'graveyard' for staff who 'don't make it' at Tesla
Speaking to German paper Handelsblatt, Elon Musk hit back at claims that many of his high-ranking staff were recruited by Apple.
Here's why PC makers can 'thank' Microsoft
In recent years, Microsoft has taken the once-unthinkable step of competing with its hardware partners, like Dell and HP, by making its own computers, starting with its Surface tablet.
Vijender wins pro debut, knocks out Britain's Sonny Whiting
A flurry of punches from Vijender left Whiting unable to continue in the third round
Tough to play Rahane in current scenario: Dhoni
Dhoni said the Mumbai batsman should only bat at the top of the order and not at five or six.
Mirza, Hingis win China Open women's doubles title
Extending their incredible unbeaten record, Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis lifted their eighth trophy of the season and fourth in a row, winning the WTA China Open
Obama jabs at China as he defends TPP trade deal
US President Barack Obama took a dig at China Saturday as he defended the new TPP Pacific Rim free-trade deal, which excludes Beijing.
'India's current account deficit down to 1.3% of GDP'
Finance minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday said the country's current account deficit has come down substantially to around 1.3 per cent of GDP in 2014-15, as against around 4.8 per cent two years earlier.
Nokia India served tax notice for AY 2010-11 dispute
The tax demand arose from the assessment order passed in August 2015 and it is being considered under the Mutual Agreement Procedure (MAP) of the India-Finland tax treaty.
Meghna: Reality more disturbing than Talvar
To those who say Talvar might be too 'disturbing' to watch, Meghna Gulzar, the film's 'invisible' director, says that being cocooned might not be the answer
SRK floors Mahira Khan with his charm
Shah Rukh Khan floors Mahira Khan with his charm
Monologue in 'Pyaar Ka… 2' is a must-watch
One person doing all the talking in the normal course sums up what a monologue means. But Kartik Aaryan's monologue in Luv Ranjan's upcoming romantic comedy Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 sums up the thoughts of millions of men across the world.
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