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Last updated: Mar 29 2017 23:48 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Aussies should not throw punches, if they cannot take one 29.3.2017 DNA: Mumbai
The irony of it all and the frustration of the losers is not lost on anyone. The Australian media and players, right from the lead up to the recently-concluded Test series in India, have been targeting Virat Kohli. And when they got back much more than what they dished out and worse, lost the series 2-1, they are coming across as cry babies. The Australian media on Wednesday called the Indian captain 'egomaniac' and 'classless'. Really? If pot ever called a kettle black, this would top even that. Sunil Gavaskar does not mince words and when he called the visiting media contingent as an extension of Australian team's support staff, he was spot on. Both Aussie players and media tried their best to unsettle Kohli and thus, the team. They failed. That he flopped in the series with the bat is a different matter. As a captain, the 28-year-old has taken the fight back to the opposition — run for run, word for word. The problem with Australian cricketers, their media and even the CEO of Cricket Australia, who ...
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Teens who smoke pot at 15 or below may suffer memory loss, respiratory diseases 29.3.2017 New Kerala: World News
Teens who smoke pot at 15 or below may suffer memory loss, respiratory diseases
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Vizag Police arrests eight-member gang for smuggling marijuana 29.3.2017 New Kerala: Andhra Pradesh
Vizag Police arrests eight-member gang for smuggling marijuana
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Infographic: Countries that top cannabis consumption - Times of India 29.3.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Infographic: Countries that top cannabis consumption - Times of India
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City celebrates Gudi Padwa, Navreh 29.3.2017 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
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'We are here for good now' 28.3.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
I met him for the first time in PESIT, where we both studied. I had lost my diamond earrings and was searching for them in the corridor. He walked up to me and asked what the matter was. When I told him, he said he will help in searching for them. We never found the earrings but we found each other." This is how Aarti Agarwal recalls her first meeting with Amit Bhargava and one of her fondest memories of Bengaluru. Now happily married with two young daughters, the couple did a bit of globe-trotting before deciding to settle down in the 'garden city' for good. Hailing from Roorkee in Uttarakhand, Amit, now a manager in Accenture, talks about falling in love with this city the moment he stepped off the train. "I travelled during the summer in a non air-conditioned coach. So I bore the full brunt of the ruthless North Indian heat and was quite miserable by the time I reached here. But when I got down from the train in Bengaluru, it was pouring! A light, cool breeze caressed my face and I felt I had reached ...
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Drug dealing suspect betrayed by Whatsapp 28.3.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Rome, March 28 (IANS/AKI) Police on Tuesday arrested a suspected drug dealer who allegedly had Whatsapp chats on his smartphone containing orders from his clients and appointments for the delivery of narcotics.
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special investigation team to check drug menace, SSP tells HC 28.3.2017 TOI: Chandigarh Times
To control drug menace in Chandigarh, the police force has formed a special investigation team (SIT) comprising an inspector, three sub-inspectors and a woman police officer, SSP Eish Singhal informed the Punjab and Haryana high court on Monday.
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Heralding the Hindu new year with a twig of neem and a gudi 28.3.2017 TOI: Goa
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Unique Ugadi traditions 27.3.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Ugadi, which heralds the beginning of the new year, has special significance in rural Karnataka. While the festival signifies the onset of spring, considered to be the most colourful of all seasons, it also marks the beginning of agricultural activities. It is the end of the leisure period for farmers, after which they start preparing for the next farming season. Ugadi is also considered to be the first festival in nature's annual cycle. There are many practices linked to this festival. In Tumakuru and Chitradurga regions, village people watch the young moon in the evening. They link the sides of the moon to the season's harvest, and predict that the harvest will be good in the direction of the upper end of the moon and the harvest will be average in the direction of the lower end. In Kanakapura area, people call the sides as horns, and name the two ends as golden horn and rice horn. Again, they decide which of these two will be costlier in the year based on the position of the horn. On the same day, ...
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Health Check: Are microgreens better for you than regular greens? 27.3.2017 All Current Affairs Stories
Most microgreens were originally grown for chefs to use in restaurants
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Villagers protest against private firm ‘polluting’ groundwater 26.3.2017 Hindu: News
They allege effluents let out by it affect people in surrounding villages
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Yogi Adityanath promises no bias on religion, caste 26.3.2017 Latest News
Rs 1 lakh aid will be given to Kailash Mansarovar pilgrims by the UP government
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City’s southern neighbourhoods reel under drinking water crisis 26.3.2017 TOI: Chennai
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Himachal man held with 28kg marijuana meant for Mathura 26.3.2017 TOI: Delhi Times
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Aditya Nath promises no bias on religion; no harassment of couples 26.3.2017 Zee News : States
Promising that there will be no bias in the name of religion and caste, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Aditya Nath Yogi on Saturday also assured that couples would not be harassed by anti-Romeo squads in the state.
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Free all roads in state of pot-holes, orders Yogi 25.3.2017 TOI: Lucknow Times
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These villagers tread 15km daily for a pot of water 25.3.2017 TOI: Chennai
The lives of hundreds of residents of Alankadai at Pethanaickenpalayam taluk in Yercaud has become miserable as their sole water source has dried up in the area, where officials are yet to take any step to supply potable water in tankers or sanction any borewell.
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City makes way for ‘parklets’ 25.3.2017 Hindu: News
What if spots meant for parking private vehicles instead went to the public? The ‘parklet’ concept was tried on for the first time in the city on Saturday – allowing citizens to visualise a reclaimed ...
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Aditya Nath promises no bias on religion; no harassment of couples (Roundup) 25.3.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Promising that there will be no bias in the name of religion and caste, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Aditya Nath Yogi on Saturday also assured that couples would not be harassed by anti-Romeo squads in the state.
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