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Saturday, September 19, 2015

Top Headlines: Netaji files reveal radio messages that raised hope of Bose brigade





Times of India
Daily Newsletter | Saturday, September 19, 2015
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Netaji files reveal radio messages that raised hope of Bose brigade
Two years after independence, a radio broadcast aroused much curiosity and stoked the hope of many Indians that Netaji could be alive
 PMO behind covert op to bust Raj mining scam
The Rajasthan anti-corruption bureau's covert operation to bust the mining scam was kept secret from the state government, including chief minister Vasundhara Raje and home minister Gulab Chand Kataria.
Night out for girls not in our culture: Minister
After his remark on APJ Abdul Kalam that the late former President "was a nationalist despite being a Muslim' created a row, Union culture minister Mahesh Sharma has stoked another controversy by saying that girls wanting a night out is not acceptable in India.
CITIESMORE »
Delhi: Bus kills 2 as driver succumbs to heart attack
A cluster bus smashed into traffic and vendors on a crowded Chandni Chowk street after its driver suffered a heart attack behind the wheel on Fridayafternoon.
Ahmedabad on edge: Dengue bites 200 in 24 hours
A day after claiming its fourth victim, dengue got more aggressive in the city with 200 fresh cases being registered at various government and private hospitals in the past 24 hours. This has taken the total number of dengue cases this year to 800!
UP district judge dies in court after cardiac arrest
An additional district and sessions judge posted in Bulandshahr town of Uttar Pradesh died on Friday after suffering a cardiac arrest.
TECHMORE »
15 things you can do in iOS 9 that you couldn't in iOS 8
It may have come to your attention that there's a fresh version of iOS in town.
Net neutrality: Facebook won't withdraw controversial Internet.org from India
Facebook said on Thursday that it will not withdraw its controversial zero-rated platform internet.org from India despite scathing criticism from a top government committee, but will rather open it up further to newer telecom operators in order to provide internet access to the unconnected.
Telecom minister: Call drops to end soon
The menace of call drops is likely to be resolved over the next one month, said telecom minister, as he termed the protest against tower radiation a 'sinister' campaign.
SPORTSMORE »
Ravi Shastri lifts mood of the team: Murali Vijay
Murali Vijay heaped praise on Ravi Shastri, saying that the team director lifts the mood of the squad and that his arrival has helped everything fall in place.
Didn't expect to become highest paid Indian: Akashdeep
Akashdeep Singh, who was the highest paid Indian player in the HIL auction, says he is preparing himself to cope with the 'price-tag' pressure.
Pujara could hold the key for India against SA: Richards
Barry Richards, one of the game's greats, believes that the upcoming India-South Africa series will be a closely-fought affair.
BUSINESSMORE »
RBI's job is to keep inflation low at all times, says Rajan
Despite the clamour for a rate cut to boost the stagnating economy, Reserve Bank governor Raghuram Rajan has made it clear that the central bank favours a rate of interest that benefits both borrowers and savers.
Uber's China rival may join Ola fundraising
The Uber vs Ola war is about to get more intense, and maybe even spill beyond the streets of India.
Won't influence RBI for low rates: FM Arun Jaitley
Pitching for an in terest rate cut to boost growth, finance minister Arun Jaitleyon Friday said everyone including policy planners wants lower rates, but emphasized he would not like to influence RBI's decision on the issue.
ENTERTAINMENTMORE »
'I should say sorry to India for Veena Malik'
After spending only a week in Delhi, model Saimaa Azhar realised that she should be living in India and not in Pakistan.
When glamourous beauties went de-glam
Glamour is the most important ingredient in most of the Bollywood films. However, some actresses dared to face the camera sans their vanity kit and surprised us by looking their best. Here are some of the glamorous actresses who pulled off the de-glam look in films.

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