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How Kishore Biyani is remodelling Future Group's portfolio to take on digital-savvy rivals 26.10.2014 ET: Retailing
Thinking big comes easy to Kishore Biyani. Now, with the core business under threat, yesterday’s raja of retail wants to become India’s food king.
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Next weekend you can be at ... 26.10.2014 Telegraph: Calcutta
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The readers editor on regional coverage 26.10.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Readers complain that Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland are neglected in favour of England, particularly the south-east

A common thread in the correspondence I receive is the dominance of London and the south-east in the papers coverage, at the expense of the regions. Northern Ireland complains that when the paper mentions it at all it seems to focus on bad news, almost as though the Troubles were still with us. Scotland notices that news coverage, apart from the referendum (and this weekends resignation) is almost non-existent and Wales searches in vain for any mention at all, apart from sport.

But beyond the obvious absence of local news, readers identify another more insidious slight: national stories that overlook major regional differences, as though devolution never happened.

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Life in Aleppos ruins: Weve had enough of dying, sitting at home, having no fun. We want to dance 26.10.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest
After three years of war, power blackouts, shelling within its ruins and with nearly two million people displaced, the resilience of those left in the Syrian city shines through Continue reading...
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Uruguays superstar president bows out but will his liberal marijuana laws survive? 26.10.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest

The country is voting for a successor to José Mujica, and candidates have doubts about his headline-grabbing reform

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Last wish of Ypres soldiers: I leave everything to mum 26.10.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest
Wills of 278,000 servicemen are gathered in state-of-the-art archive Continue reading...
Jorabagan factory gutted 26.10.2014 Telegraph: Bengal
Calcutta, Oct. 25: A fire gutted a garment-printing unit on the terrace of a two-storey building in a congested Jorabagan neighbourhood today, the flames damaging furniture and clocks near the window of an adjacent building and leaving soot marks on its inner walls.
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'Midgets' on navy mind 26.10.2014 Telegraph: Nation
New Delhi, Oct. 25: The defence ministry today ordered the building of midget submarines, also called "manned torpedoes", a super-special project to deliver and recover commandos in twos and threes.
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Defence allowed to flex shopping muscle 26.10.2014 Telegraph: Nation
New Delhi, Oct. 25: Defence minister Arun Jaitley today approved purchase plans worth Rs 78,000 crore for the navy, army and air force, chiefly inviting Indian public and private companies to compete in an ambitious submarine-building programme in an Indian shipyard.
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Soccer with a twist to promote peace 26.10.2014 Telegraph: Front Page
Shillong, Oct. 25: Kick the football as a kick-off to building of bridges instead of walls between the Northeast and "mainland" India.
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Deaths in Trinamul vs Trinamul 26.10.2014 Telegraph: Front Page
Calcutta, Oct. 25: Political bloodletting leaped overnight from Birbhum to Bhangar on the outskirts of Calcutta, bringing to the fore a lethal churn within the Trinamul Congress as it struggles to cope with the spoils-fuelled aspirations of the ranks.
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