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World must come together to challenge terrorism, says Modi
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday described terrorism as the greatest danger, as he called for the world to come together to challenge its menace.He also outlined the steps taken by him in India to make governance easier, to invite foreign investments and provide skills to the Indian youth to become the workforce of the world.In an address at the Council of Foreign Relations here, Modi also...
JAPAN
Volcanic activity, weather hit rescue work
ACADEMY AWARDS
Rolling the dice
IT
Microsoft to set up data centre in India
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MISSION POSSIBLE 
Pop the bubbly, MOM's home! Here's the lowdown of what happened in Byalalu on D-day
Leap of Faith
Brains behind the MOM
Red-Letter Day
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Courage To Go Beyond
AIIMS is sick
Bribes for treating patients, spurious drugs, financial irregularities, corrupt officials... the list of ailments plaguing India's premier medical institute is long
Maa, mati... money
By the Bhai
Ghosts who sign
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Health
Scorpion venom to fight brain cancer 
Scientists have received approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to use "Tumour...
Voices from inside
India's healthcare in dismal condition: Report
Stressed? Walk outdoor to boost spirit
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True to his roots
Friend turned foe
Treading cautiously
Time's up
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Current Events
Pay dirt
Trinamool MP accused of funding radicals in Bangladesh may soon face the NIA
Talking turkey
Modi gifts Gita, Martin Luther King's memorabilia to Obama
Search for MH370 resumes Wednesday
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Business
RBI keeps rates on hold
Mumbai: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) kept its key policy repo rate unchanged at 8.0 per cent on Tuesday,...
RBI expected to hold rates steady
Sensex down 84 points
Samsung unveils Galaxy Alpha
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Sports
Boxing: Satish in semis, Thapa bows out
Boxer Satish Kumar reached the semifinals, assuring India a medal in the superheavy weight category (+91kg),...
Sarita settles for 'controversial' bronze
Mary Kom to vie for boxing gold
Indian women's kabaddi team in semis
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Voting trainspotting
THE WEEK takes a trip on Mumbai's suburban railway to gauge the popular mood before the assembly elections
Start from Scratch
Vadodara tense, but peaceful
Meghalaya floods: Toll crosses 50
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freewheeling  |  Derek O'Brien
Bullet points
One of the blockbuster announcements of this year’s railway budget was the bullet train. To be constructed with international collaboration, the bullet train is expected to run at about 300kmph and will operate ...  »
grand slam  |  Sania Mirza
American dream come true
It is sheer love for the game that nurtures an upcoming tennis player.  As one begins to follow the sport with a growing passion, it is Grand Slam tournaments that capture your imagination and, soon, for a ...  »
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Party Snacks
Beijing garba
During President Xi Jinping's recent visit to Gujarat, Chief Minister Anandiben Patel had a surprise for...
Pincode
Taj Mahal of the south
In 1805, Major General John Pater fell in love with Arabella, the daughter of his subordinate Captain...
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