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Indian team for England Tests to be picked on Wednesday

Ishant Sharma likely to make a comeback, injured Bhuvi, KL Rahul may not make the cut to Virat Kohli-led Indian side. Mumbai: Fit-again pacer Ishant Sharma is likely to make a comeback when the national selection committee meets here in Mumbai on Wednesday to pick the Indian team for the upcoming Test series against England commencing November 9. “The Indian team is to be picked in Mumbai tomorrow,” BCCI sources…

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Pak terrorists try to sneak into India, BSF foils infiltration bid

The Infiltration bid was foiled by the Border Security Force on October 29-30 in Hiranagar sector. Jammu: Pakistani terrorists were caught on camera trying to infiltrate into India from across the Line of Control and then returning to Pakistan. The Infiltration bid was foiled by the Border Security Force on October 29-30 in Hiranagar sector in Jammu and Kashmir. The Army, which has shored up its defences along the LoC,…

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After living together for 13 years, Gautami and Kamal Haasan call it quits

Gautami and Kamal, who met on the sets of Apoorva Sagodharargal in 1989, started living-in together in 2005. Mumbai: After living together for 13-long-years, Tamil megastar Kamal Haasan and southern star Gautami have parted ways. In a post on her personal blog, Gautami herself confirmed the news. Titled as ‘Life and decisions’, which was published on November 1, 2016, Gautami writes, “After almost 13 years together, it has been one…

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10 Cities That Are Apparently The Best Places In India To Start Your Career

 The best option for a person just starting out on the job circuit would be to work in a city where the jobs provide a combination of a good work-life balance, a promise of salary growth and a variety of opportunity. Obviously, it’s a bit of a daunting task when you have to choose between a small city with a low cost of living and a dense metropolis with a…

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Phone conversations of judges are tapped, alleges Arvind Kejriwal; govt denies

NEW DELHI: Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday made a serious allegation – that phones of members of the Indian judiciary are being tapped and their conversations are being monitored. “I don’t know if it is true or not, but if this is true, then it’s dangerous. Where is the independence of the judiciary then?” the Delhi chief minister said, likely alluding to the collision course that the Centre…

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Andhra, Telangana easiest states to do business

NEW DELHI: Andhra Pradesh and Telangana emerged as joint toppers in the ease of doing business, according to the rankings for states released by the government on Monday, while Gujarat lost its top slot and was placed third. Telangana and Andhra ended the closely-contested contest with a score of 98.78 per cent on the 340 parameters that states were ranked on. Chattisgarh retained its fourth position and was followed by…

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Post ‘Baahubali’, Rana Daggubati to be seen as a captain in ‘Ghazi’

Rana Daggubati excited to play a captain in ‘Ghazi’ After enthralling the audience with his menacing act in Baahubali, Rana Daggubati will now be seen in the role of a righteous captain in his next, war-based film Ghazi. The trilingual, which is directed by Sanklap Reddy, is being shot in Hindi and Telugu and will be dubbed in Tamil. The movie is based on the true incidents of the mysterious…

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Samsung keeps smartphone lead despite Note 7 debacle

Samsung is well ahead of number two vendor Apple, according to reports. Samsung maintained its lead in the global smartphone market in the third quarter despite a massive recall that has tarnished the South Korean giant’s image. Samsung had a 20 percent market share in the quarter, well ahead of number two vendor Apple, according to reports late Wednesday from IDC and Strategy Analytics. The electronics giant discontinued it’s Galaxy…

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How India’s carefully planned operation on Diwali caught Pakistan napping

‘India didn’t cross LoC as Pakistan was expecting another surgical strike’ After September 29, when the Indian Army took the Pakistan army by surprise through the surgical strikes on terror launch pads in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), they went into the assault mode again on Saturday. The Indian Army decimated four outposts of the Pakistan army, along the Line of Control (LoC), opposite the Keran sector in north Kashmir. “Four Pakistani…

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Watch: Why Shah Rukh Khan Never Made it to Koffee With Karan’s Last Season. It is Nasty

Filmmaker Karan Johar is all set to grill celebrities over Koffee and we can’t wait. But when Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan comes to that couch, expect the tables to turn. Karan shared a teaser from the first episode of Koffee With Karan season 5 which will have Alia Bhatt and SRK as guests. Karan in his usual tongue-in-cheek mentions, ‘You never made to last season’ and here’s what Shah…

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Air India May Add Six New International Destinations In 2017, Says Chief

The airline’s latest expansion will be Air India Express service between Singapore, Kolkata and Dhaka, starting from November 19, chairman and managing director Ashwani Kumar Lohani has said. Singapore: Air India expects to add six new international destinations next year, its chairman and managing director Ashwani Kumar Lohani said here on Friday. “We have added four international destinations this year, one of the biggest expansion by a globally leading airline,”…

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With Ratan Tata back in pilot’s seat, likely tailwind for airline ventures

Industry experts expect aggressive steps for the company’s airline businesses while Tata is back from retirement. As family patriarch Ratan Tata takes back the controls at his conglomerate after a boardroom coup this week, one sector is cheering his, albeit interim, return: the group’s airline ventures, both lagging competitors in the domestic cut-throat market. Industry executives and analysts say they expect loss-making Vistara and AirAsia India, both part-owned by Tata,…

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