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CCI charges Google with rigging search results; Flipkart, Facebook corroborate complaints 31.8.2015 ET: Infotech
The CCI director-general last week filed a report that accuses Google of abusing its dominant position to rig search outcomes.
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IAAF World Championships: Asbel Kiprop's hat-trick puts Kenya on top in Beijing 30.8.2015 DNA: Opinion
Asbel Kiprop produced a trademark sprint finish to win a third straight 1,500 metres gold and ensure Kenya topped the medals table at successive world championships after the final night of action on Sunday. The United States men won a sixth straight gold in 4x400m relay but Jamaica's Novlene Williams-Mills ran down tiring American Francena McCorory in the women's event to claim a sixth gold in Beijing for the Caribbean powerhouse. That was enough for second place on the medals table ahead of a US team who won only five golds, their worst tally in the 15 world championships. Kiprop, Usain Bolt and his fellow Jamaican sprinter Shelly Ann Fraser-Pryce were the only individual title winners from the Beijing Olympics to return to the Bird's Nest and win gold again seven years later. "I am so proud of myself to become part of this exclusive club of three-times world champions," Kiprop told reporters after clocking three minutes 34.40 seconds to win. "But I would dearly love to defend the title a fourth time ...
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Look who we spotted at fashion week! 29.8.2015 Rediff: GetAhead
Is this Shahid and Mira's first fashion outing?
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Birthday Special: 5 iconic dance moves by 'King of Pop' Michael Jackson 29.8.2015 DNA: Top News
Pop icon Michael Jackson was as well known for his crazy dance moves as he was for his music. Putting on the small fedora, beaded gloves, ankle-cut trousers and white t-shirt, so many of celebrities and fans have tried to imitate or pick up his dancing style. On his 57th birth anniversary, let's take a look at Michael Jackson's iconic dance moves. 1. The crotch grab  The trademark pelvic thrust with the 'Ow!' sound became synonymous with Michael Jackson. Stretch your right hand to the back and move your body to the left. Watch Michael Jackson talk about his favourite crotch moves: 2. The Slide  Sliding your feet at one place and circling around yourself is the toughest move Jackson came up with. Very few have been able to perfect it! (Image Credit - Giphy) 3.The Kick MJ's kick in the middle of a routine was a signal for audience to get excited more than they already were. It was literally a kick to boredom (Image Credit - Giphy) 4. 'Thriller' claws This is the simplest move MJ created for those of us ...
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Allyson Felix finally clinches first major 400m title at world championships 27.8.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
• Felix clocks 49.26sec to take ninth world championships gold medal
• Britain’s Christine Ohuruogu finishes in last place in 50.63

Allyson Felix finally clinched the title that had eluded her for so long by romping to 400m gold at the world championships in Beijing, blowing the field, including the defending champion, Christine Ohuruogu, apart.

Related: World Athletics Championships: Usain Bolt v Justin Gatlin in 200m final – live!

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Ray-Ban drags online marketplace Shopclues to Court for selling fake eyewear 27.8.2015 ET: Retailing
The Delhi High Court last week pulled up ShopClues for breaching its earlier direction and continuing to sell Ray-Ban branded items.
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Exclusive: 'Prem Ratan Dhan Payo' trailer to be attached to 'Hero' 26.8.2015 DNA: Wide Angle
Salman Khan might be busy wrapping up his upcoming film Prem Ratan Dhan Payo. But the actor has been hopping around, promoting his second productional venture- Hero- starring Sooraj Pancholi and Athiya Shetty. Now, we hear the Dabangg hero has plans to attach the trailer of PRDP with the prints of Hero. Reveals a source, "It was anyway pre-planned. Once Salman decided to push the film and release it in September, he knew that the PRDP trailer will definitely come with Hero." The source also adds that the trailer will be a typical Rajshri spectacle. "PRDP is an out and out Sooraj Barjatya film. But it is definitely modernised to suit the audience's taste. While Salman will reprise his loverboy, calm Prem avatar again, Sooraj has included a lot of action in the film, which isn't a Rajshri trademark at all." Adds our source, "Salman will wrap the shoot by the end of this month. Only a song and a little bit of patchwork is left to be shot."  Salman, who has sung the title song for Hero has consciously shied ...
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Buzz that Parsi Dairy may shut has Mumbai foodies disappointed 24.8.2015 TOI: Mumbai
It may be time to bid goodbye to another icon of the city, The Old Lady of Princess Street — Parsi Dairy Farm. The 99-year-old establishment has served many a Mumbaikar. While the bhonu at every Parsi wedding is accompanied by their trademark rich kulfi, countless homes in the city are brought up on its high-quality milk, butter and ...
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The view from North Korea: how state media is reporting escalating tensions 24.8.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest

Reports from inside the country claim a 200% increase in coal yield ‘spurred by hatred’ and ‘more than 1 million’ new volunteers to the army

Emergency negotiations between North and South Korea enter their third day after two landmines exploded near the demilitarised zone (DMZ) earlier this month, escalating tensions between two countries technically at war.

With talks ongoing, the Associated Press reported that imminent conflict has been avoided the path to a peaceful and full resolution will be rocky: South Korea wants an apology for the landmine attack, for which North Korea have denied any responsibility.

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Mo Farah hits back with 10,000m gold at world championships in Beijing 22.8.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
• Briton refuses to be bullied by Kenyans in classic race at Bird’s Nest
• Farah’s controversial training partner Galen Rupp finishes fifth

Mo Farah shrugged off the turmoil and controversy surrounding his coach, Alberto Salazar, to win his second consecutive world 10,000m title.

Aided by his training partner, the American Galen Rupp who has also faced doping allegations that he strenuously denies, Farah completed the first part of what could be a historic 10,000m and 5,000m double in the Bird’s Nest stadium.

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IndiGo, Tata Motors locked in court battle over trademark 22.8.2015 ET: Transportation
Tata Motors issued notices on the Indigo name infringement in 2005 but Interglobe subsequently registered the trademark.
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IndiGo, Tata Motors locked in court battle over trademark 22.8.2015 TOI: India Business
The airline’s parent Interglobe Aviation faces an ownership title risk as Tata Motors has claimed that the carrier’s use of the IndiGo name is an infringement of its trademark.
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India Inc yet to catch up with Madrid Protocol for registering its trademark internationally 22.8.2015 TOI: India Business
India Inc is increasingly conscious of the need to protect its trademark globally.
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Kangana Ranaut does an Audrey Hepburn in 'Sarfira' from Katti Batti 21.8.2015 DNA: Opinion
Kangana Ranaut looks stunning in her new and never seen before avatar in Katti Batti’s club number titled Sarfira! Lots of attention was given to her look and costume in the Sarfira song, which is a peppy party number. The costume designer was asked to create a very different and sharp look for Kangana in that song. The makers had asked the costume designer to go for a trademark Audrey Hepburn style which provided a vintage look, like the 40’s style. A lot of designs were created for her, out of which this one was picked up in the end.   Sheetal Sharma, the costume designer of the film confirmed the news and further added, "Kangana's character Payal in the film is that of an art student and hence is very experimental with her clothes."   Kangana had to look like a whacky, free spirited party girl for the peppy, urban dance number. Her look is very bohemian and extremely contemporary. Even the colors picked had to be symbolic to the happy-go-lucky bright shades. The look is getting noticed by her fans and ...
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Cricket needs proper governance, says Viv Richards 21.8.2015 Rediff: Cricket
The former West Indies batting great, who was in New Delhi recently, discusses quite a few recent issues including governance of sports world wide and the need for administrators who do not turn a blind eye to matters plaguing cricket.
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Yamaha YFZ R3: First Impressions 21.8.2015 Rediff: GetAhead
Praveen Sathaye took to the track on the R3 pushing the bike to test its limits. Here are his impressions.
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Radhe Maa questioned for second time in dowry harassment case 19.8.2015 TOI: Cities
Radhe Maa questioned for second time in dowry harassment case
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Jeremy Corbyn: from home-knitted jumpers to Harrington jackets, his style evolution 19.8.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

Newsnight has released a video from 1984 in which Jeremy Corbyn, current frontrunner in the Labour leadership election, was criticised by a Tory MP as a ‘Labour scruff’. How does it compare with his style now?

Newsnight has released a clip of Jeremy Corbyn being interviewed by the BBC outside the Houses of Parliament in 1984. At the time, he was the hard-left MP for Islington North, and a member of the Socialist Campaign group. Of course, the interviewer’s focus was not on his politics – rather, it was on the fact that he was wearing a jumper knitted by his mum.

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Shazia Mirza: 'Look at me – Isis would stone me to death' 18.8.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
The Muslim comic received prizes and hate mail for her dark humour in the wake of the 9/11 attacks. She talks about the British jihadi bride schoolgirls who inspired her new show With her trademark deadpan delivery, Shazia Mirza is discussing the east London school where four pupils have left for Syria. “I call it the Bethnal Green Jihad-emy ,” she quips. “It has produced so many jihadi brides it must be the top of the league table.” The remark is typical of the comic who first rode to fame on a wave of nervous laughter when, in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, she introduced herself on stage with the line: “My name’s Shazia Mirza – at least that’s what it says on my pilot’s licence.” Her latest show, for which she had chosen the jaunty title The Road to al-Baghdadi, looks set to mine the same rich seam of taboo-busting humour. But to her surprise Tricycle , the theatre hosting it on its return to London from Edinburgh, were so uneasy about the potential repercussions from Islamic State militants angered by ...
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Copycats come under Amul fire 17.8.2015 Rediff: Business
Amul is now part of a special category.
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