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THE HINDU January 29, 2017

Rajiv sacked Minister to repair damage to U.S. ties: CIA

Rajiv aide rubbishes the claim,links reshuffle to internal turmoil in Congress

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Sec. 144 imposed in the Marina till Feb 12

Police promulgate Sec 144 to prevent further unlawful assemby on the beach, which recently witnessed a massive agitation for jallikattu. Read more »

Dynasty and power play in a Cantonment

Woman vs woman, scion vs scion: Rita Bahuguna Joshi of the BJP and Aparna Yadav of the SP slug it out in this Lucknow constituency

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'Trump makes sense to a grocery store owner'

Economist-mathematician Nassim Nicholas Taleb contends that there is a global riot against pseudo-experts Read more »

U.P. manifesto: BJP promises Ram temple, 1 GB free data

Document released by Amit Shah offers laptops to students, ban on cow slaughter

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Mallya got IDBI loans without credit rating: CBI

Charge sheet names VIPs who flew Kingfisher's non-scheduled flights Read more »

Iranians and Iraqis barred from flights to US; Tehran says will reciprocate

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'Tears running down the cheeks of Statue of Liberty'

Democratic Party leaders and civil rights campaigners say President Trump's refugee restriction executive order is unconstitutional. Read more »

Demonetisation has hit everyone

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India Post gets payments bank licence to start services

Payments banks can accept deposits up to Rs 1 lakh per account from individuals and small businesses Read more »

India seeks redemption

Kohli needs to get his combination right; England to rely on pace

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Tendulkar, mongoose and the secret of winning

Tendulkar veered off to his fond recollections about the Eden Gardens, best of which he said happened in the Hero Cup semifinal against South Africa in 1993 Read more »

With crops withering, whither delta farmer?

The delta region, considered the granary of the state, is facing great distress, thanks to monsoon failure and a combination of other factors, such as demonetisation, that have accentuated the situation. Farmers' organisations accuse the State of not treating the issue with sufficient seriousness, even as they struggle to live each day under the overwhelming burden of a debt which they can never hope to repay...

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The Afghan gastronomic 'invasion'

Remembering the contribution of Pathans to Delhi's rich palate Read more »

A beginner's guide to the fantastic beasts and the films that embraced them

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Save the date

As films struggle to stick to release dates, the industry has gone in for a complete reshuffle Read more »

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