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THE HINDU April 19, 2017

13 Indians reported killed in U.S. MOAB bombing


Verifying claims of Afghan agency: NIA


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AIADMK ruling group revolts against Sasikala

Decides to distance her family from party and government Read more »

There is no negativity about AAP: Arvind Kejriwal


The Delhi Chief Minister on AAP's reverses in recent State elections, EVMs, and the upcoming Delhi municipal polls


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Now Australia cuts visas for IT workers

Delhi stunned as Turnbull scraps '457' visas Read more »

Lonely and disinterested

Excess focus on bilateralism is leaving India isolated in its larger neighbourhood Read more »

After the referendum

Turkey feels more and more socially divided, and Recep Erdoğan may not govern to unify Read more »

Lines of defence for using EVMs

The inclusion of paper audit trails to the EVMs is costly but perhaps unavoidable Read more »

Modi, McMaster discuss security


Afghanistan, West Asia and Korea figure in talks, but date of PM's U.S. visit not announced


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Vijay Mallya arrested, gets bail within few hours in London

Arrest in London first step in extradition process pursued by India with U.K. Read more »

Trump signs executive order on H-1B visa


No one can compete with American workers when they're given a fair dea, says the US President


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Theresa May's announcement catches U.K. off guard

While the move is a political gamble, a win in snap elections could enable Theresa May to set her own policy agenda Read more »

RBI raises red flag over banks' telecom exposure


Lenders asked to increase standard provision on loans


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TCS profit rises 4.2% to ₹6,608 cr.

CEO says the firm helped customers leverage digital economy Read more »

Gayle fires as RCB comes out on top


McCullum's valiant effort goes in vain owing to lack of adequate support at the other end


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Warner and Bhuvi know how to handle pressure: Laxman

Sunrisers Hyderabad coach lauds their maturity Read more »

Kathrine Switzer: The woman who broke marathon's gender barrier


She ran the premier Boston marathon in 1967 challenging norms. 50 years later, she ran again defying age. Kathrine Switzer is a force to be reckoned with.


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Marathi films on their way to Cannes, again

'Dashakriya', 'Cycle' and 'Take Care Good Night' to be shown at the biggest film market in the world Read more »

With GST, it's taxing times ahead for Kollywood


The positives are uniform taxation and transparency in box-office collections


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Dance is the way forward

Ashrita Vemuganti dances her way into films Read more »


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