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Talaq, talaq, talaq: The lives torn apart by tumultuous marriages 23.4.2017 Business Standard: News Now
AIMPLB claims Shariat upholds the validity of triple talaq
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Indian Army's BRO loses civil infrastructure projects due to delays 23.4.2017 All News-IANS Stories
BRO should adopt new technologies, says cabinet note
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UK Independence Party wants ban on burqa in public, Sharia outlawed 23.4.2017 Business Standard: News Now
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage proposed a burqa ban in 2010
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I haven’t plagiarised from ‘Belaseshe’: Satish Vegesna 22.4.2017 TOI: Calcutta Times
First it was Nandita Roy and Shiboprosad Mukherjee’s ‘Ramdhanu’ that had allegedly been plagiarised. Now, the allegation is that the director duo’s ‘Belaseshe’ too has been plagiarised. This time around, the allegation is against the National Award winner ‘Sathamanam Bhavathi’. This Telugu film has been directed by Satish Vegesna.
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Post SC rejecting Tata petition, ITC mulls to bid for Taj Mansingh auction 21.4.2017 Top Stories
When contacted, ITC declined to comment
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Naked mole-rats behave like plants to survive low oxygen 21.4.2017 Zee News : Science and Technology
The naked mole-rat is a cold-blooded mammal that can live to 30, rarely gets cancer and does not feel pain.
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'Naked singularity' detection now easier? Indian scientists find new ways! 21.4.2017 Zee News : Science and Technology
Wikipedia defines naked singularity as "a gravitational singularity without an event horizon."
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‘95% engineers unfit for software development jobs’ 20.4.2017 TOI: Home
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Taj Mansingh hotel to be auctioned after SC rejects Tata group's petition 20.4.2017 Top Stories
SC tells India Hotels Company Ltd to vacate the hotel within six months of auction
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IS claims attack on Egypt's Christian monastery; 1 policeman dead 19.4.2017 All International Stories
In retaliatory firing by police, some attackers were injured which forced them to flee
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An entire river in Canada vanished in four days due to climate change 18.4.2017 India Today| Must Read
The vast flowing Slims River in Canada vanished in just four days due to climate change.
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How will federal govt protect nuclear safety in an anti-regulatory climate? 18.4.2017 Latest News
NRC oversight has been crucial to the industry's overall positive safety record
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Era of strategic patience is over: Mike Pence warns North Korea 17.4.2017 News
Pence starts his 10-day trip to Asia on Monday
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NTPC's power generation cost drops 39.5 paise to below Rs 2 per unit 17.4.2017 All Economy & Policy Stories
Overall cost of power generation of the company has come down by 39.5 paise
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Colombia: 36 hurt after grenade goes off in a nightclub 17.4.2017 Business Standard: News Now
Police are investigating if attack was provoked by rivalry between drug traffickers in the area
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Bashar al-Assad is an 'arch-terrorist': Boris Johnson 16.4.2017 News
Says it is time Russia realised Assad is 'literally and metaphorically toxic'
Computer pioneer Robert W Taylor dies at 85 16.4.2017 DNA: India
Robert W Taylor, who was instrumental in creating the internet and the modern personal computer, has died. He was 85. Taylor, who had Parkinson's disease, died Thursday at his home in the San Francisco Peninsula community of Woodside, his son, Kurt Taylor, told the Los Angeles Times and the New York Times. In 1961, Taylor was a project manager for NASA when he directed funding to Douglas Engelbart at the Stanford Research Institute, who helped develop the modern computer mouse. Taylor was working for the Pentagon's Advanced Research Projects Agency in 1966 when he shepherded the creation of a single computer network to link ARPA-sponsored researchers at companies and institutions around the country. Taylor was frustrated that he had to use three separate terminals to communicate with the researchers through their computer systems. ARPANET, as it was known, evolved into the internet. As Taylor predicted, the limited communications tool morphed into a system that supplies people with fingertip access to ...
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5 things to know about 'the mother of all bombs' 13.4.2017 TOI: Home
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Burger King has a whopper of an idea, Google chews it up 13.4.2017 Hindu: Technology
An ingenious hamburger commercial triggers Google Home device, making use of Wikipedia's open-source nature and Google's prioritisation of it.
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Use of chemical weapons should not happen: India on attack in Syria 13.4.2017 News
However, MEA didn't explicitly condemn the attack, for which Assad govt is being held responsible
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