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THE HINDU January 30, 2017

Indian held at U.S. airport

Gujarat government, MEA claim no knowledge of businessman's arrest

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Akhilesh, Rahul exude bonhomie after SP-Congress alliance is sealed

In the first public appearance together, Mr. Gandhi and Mr. Yadav justified the tie-up. Read more »

Fantastic fifth for Federer at Australian Open

It's an achievement which further strengthens Federer's case to be considered the greatest of all time, especially as he finally vanquished Nadal, his long-time nemesis

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Security concerns in the new "less-cash"economy

Though digital payment systems have been in existence for a while, the last few weeks have witnessed an explosive growth in their use Read more »

Gandhi for our troubled times

The Mahatma's approach to politics in terms of 'resistance' and 'protest' beyond a conception of domination over others provides a potential antidote to the contemporary crisis of democracy Read more »

Fielding the finest

We should introspect whether we are selecting the most meritorious as Army Commanders and putting forward only the best candidates for the selection of a chief Read more »

Choked by the Global Gag Rule

The Trump administration has set back women's health programmes worldwide Read more »

Snare kills another big cat in Kodagu

This is the second tiger death in the district in the last few days

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Canada will offer temporary residency to those stranded by U.S. ban

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Rail budget – a requiem

A retrieval of the railways' financial health is quite within reach, if due focus is laid on the core sectors of freight operation and enhanced productivity of assets

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EC renews plea to RBI for higher cash withdrawals

EC expresses "serious concern about the cursory manner in which the issue has been dealt with" Read more »

India holds its nerve in a thriller

Bumrah's brilliant last over does the trick after Rahul's breezy knock

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Fighting spirit propels Serena to greatness

The dominant American now holds more Grand Slam titles in the Open era than anyone else, after surpassing Graf's 22 by winning the Australian Open final against her sister, Venus, on Saturday Read more »

It pays to stay quiet

Just listening to others can make your interactions more positive.

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'Raees is a good guy who does bad things'

As "Raees" strikes it rich at box office, director Rahul Dholakia talks about the making of the heady action drama

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