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    1. To protest harassment, Indian women donate the clothes they wore

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      Advocacy group Blank Noise started the “I never ask for it” campaign, which has become part of a nationwide conversation about harassment.

    2. Dhinakaran cites technical hurdles in forming new party

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      According to rules, the 18 legislators, who were loyal to Dhinakaran but were elected as AIADMK representatives, could not be part of a new party.

    3. EVM to have candidates’ picture in upcoming bypolls in Rajasthan

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      The bypolls are due on January 29 in Ajmer and Alwar parliamentary and Mandalgarh assembly seats.

    4. Smart City Mission adds 9 more cities including Bareilly, Erode; total now 99

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      Under the Smart City scheme, each city will get Rs 500 crore from the Centre for implementing various projects.

    5. Boy, Trinamool worker killed as ‘party infighting’ turns violent in West Bengal

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      Repeated warnings by Mamata Banerjee, that she would not tolerate factionalism and infighting, has gone unheeded by party leaders who are eager to establish their supremacy in their localities.

    6. Six people, including 3 minors, killed in Bihar; oppn blames Nitish govt for ‘jungle raj’

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      Official records show that since January 1 this year, at least 35 people have been killed in Bihar and three of them were victims of kidnapping.

    7. Eight policemen injured in grenade blast in Pulwama

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      All the injured are stable.

    8. 2017 was fourth consecutive hottest year for India: IMD

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      Warming of temperatures has been a global phenomenon, with the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) on Thursday declaring 2017 as one of the three hottest years on record.

    9. SC rejects plea against Delhi HC order acquitting Peepli Live maker in rape case

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      The HC, in its judgment in September 2017, said there were doubts whether such an incident took place in the manner alleged by the woman concerned.

    10. Indian forces well prepared to contain ceasefire violations: Union minster Bhamre

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      Indian forces are able to ‘tackle any eventuality’ and ‘safeguard the motherland’, minister of state for defence Subhash Bhamre.

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    1. China says US should not speak for other countries

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      Commander of the US Pacific Command Admiral Harry Harris had said that China is a disruptive transitional force in the Indo-Pacific.

    2. Illegal Indians in UK: 70-day deadline to verify nationality

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      The text of the MoU was finalised and initialled by minister of state for home Kiren Rijiju and UK minister for immigration Caroline Nokes in London last week.

    3. China to enshrine Xi Jinping’s thought into state constitution amid national ‘fervour’

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      Following a two-day meeting of top officials in Beijing, the Communist Party of China has proposed writing the ‘Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era’ into the state constitution.

    4. More Rohingya flee to Bangladesh despite repatriation deal

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      Bangladesh has counted more than a million Rohingya refugees living in camps near the border with Myanmar.

    5. Pakistan holds an ace in poker match with America, but using it could mean war

      Hindustan Times

      The bargaining chip with Pakistan is the Afghanistan air routes, which, if closed, could well cripple the US-backed military fight against the Taliban. It could also be tantamount to Pakistan going to war with the United States.

    6. YouTube is pulling down videos of US teenagers eating detergent

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      The ‘Tide Pod’ challenge dares people to bite into a colourful detergent ball launched by the American company Tide in 2012.

    7. China’s birthrate dropped last year despite allowing couples to have two children

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      There were 17.2 million births in the country last year, down from 17.9 million in 2016.

    8. Rohingya refugee leaders draw up demands ahead of repatriation

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      Rohingya leaders in a Bangladesh refugee camp have drawn up a list of demands they want Myanmar to meet before authorities begin sending back hundreds of thousands in a repatriation process

    9. At Pakistan’s Katas Raj temple, sacred pond at risk of running dry

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      Three cement factories located in the vicinity of the temple complex have reduced the groundwater level to a point where it is almost impossible for most residents in the area to find water.

    10. Thai cops arrest Pakistani passport forger with Islamic State links

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      Mohammad Iqbal, 52, was arrested on January 14 in a Bangkok suburb in possession of Singaporean and Indian fake passports as well as plates and laminates to forge entry visas to France, Italy and Spain.

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    1. Hichki: Here’s the secret behind Rani Mukerji’s film title

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      Since a meaningful story demanded an intriguing title that would serve as a metaphor to challenges, weaknesses, prejudice and social stigma, director Siddharth P Malhotra said it was a task to figure out the perfect title for the film.

    2. My Birthday Song movie review: A clever idea that fails to take off

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      My Birthday Song movie review: Debutante director Samir Soni starts off with an amazing idea which is failed by its execution.

    3. Vodka Diaries movie review: Kay Kay Menon trips, so do we

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      The audience wants complexity, deeper inward journey of the characters, but it gets more of Kay Kay’s cynical mannerism.

    4. The Commuter movie review: Liam Neeson’s final action movie is a ride you don’t want to miss

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      The Commuter movie review: Liam Neeson reunites with director Jaume Collet-Serra for the final action movie of his career. We’re going to miss his unique set of skills.

    5. Darkest Hour movie review: Did anyone want a sequel to Nolan’s Dunkirk from Gary Oldman’s perspective?

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      Darkest Hour movie review: Gary Oldman delivers one of the finest performances of his career in director Joe Wright’s technically brilliant but narratively flawed companion piece to Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk.

    6. Ayushmann Khuranna, Shyam Benegal and more Bollywood celebs on Padmaavat: It’s victory of freedom of expression

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      Benegal, who chaired a Ministry of Information and Broadcasting committee to propose ways to revamp the censor board, said that once the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) and the Supreme Court have given the movie a go-ahead, nothing can ...

    7. Will perform ‘jauhar’ if Padmaavat releases: Jauhar Kshatriya Manch

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      Bhansali’s magnum opus has encountered a number of obstacles on its journey so far. The film has, time and again, run into trouble with members of the Rajput Karni Sena, who allege that the movie shows Rajput legacy in a bad light.

    8. Padmavati to Padmaavat and a long trail of controversies: A timeline of obstacles the film faced

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      Padmaavat, which was earlier named Padmavati, has been a bone of contention between Rajput groups and the makers. Director Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film ran into troubles right from the beginning when he started shooting in Jaipur.

    9. Kedarnath: I chase my characters not my actors, says Abhishek Kapoor

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      Abhishek Kapoor’s next movie Kedarnath will mark Sara Ali Khan’s debut. She will be working opposite Sushant Singh Rajput in the film.

    10. Did Ritesh Sidhwani just confirm a sequel to Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees?

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      In a Twitter conversation with director Rahul Dholakia, Sidhwani seems to be confirming that the movie will indeed get a sequel.

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    1. IPL 2018 auction: MS Dhoni reveals CSK will bid for ‘local boy’ Ravichandran Ashwin

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      MS Dhoni said Chennai Super Kings would go for Ravichandran Ashwin in the IPL 2018 auction scheduled in Bangalore on January 27 and 28.

    2. ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup: Shubman Gill, Anukul Roy shine as India beat Zimbabwe

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      Shubman Gill and Anukul Roy produced impressive performances as India hammered Zimbabwe in their ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup group stage encounter on Friday.

    3. Indian Premier League: Bidding war nears for R Ashwin, marquee list to be out

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      Ravichandran Ashwin is expected to be part of the 16 marquee names, who will be in the first list of players up for Indian Premier League auction. The IPL auction will be held on January 27-28 in Bangalore

    4. Pele is resting, not suffering from exhaustion - spokesman

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      Pele’s spokesperson put out a statement saying that reports of him being taken to hospital because of exhaustion are “fake news”.

    5. Advantage Dutee Chand as CAS suspends world athletics body’s gender policy

      Hindustan Times

      The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has suspended the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) regulations for six months, allowing the Indian sprinter to compete without any tension.

    6. Australian Open: Ruthless Elina Svitolina ends Marta Kostyuk’s dream debut

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      Elina Svitolina defeated her fellow Ukrainian Marta Kostyuk 6-2, 6-2 on Rod Laver Arena to advance to the fourth round of the Australian Open tennis tournament.

    7. Larry Nassar abused my trust, he abused my body: US gymnast on ex-team doctor

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      More than 100 victims have accused the ex-USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar of sexual assault and dozens have delivered harrowing testimony since Tuesday, as a Michigan state judge weighs what his sentence should be.

    8. “We want a whitewash”, Kagiso Rabada warns India of Test series rout

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      South Africa fast bowler, Kagiso Rabada, said the team was aware India skipper Virat Kohli hit a century at Johannesburg on the last tour in 2013-14, but was determined to complete a Test series sweep

    9. Stan Wawrinka stunned in Australian Open second round by Tennys Sandgren

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      Stan Wawrinka crashed to a stunning straight sets defeat to American youngster Tennys Sandgren in the second round of the Australian Open on Thursday. Juan Martin Del Porto and Alexander Zverev both made it to the third round of the Grand Slam ten...

    10. India lose to Belgium in Four Nations hockey

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      Sébastien Dockier and Victor Wegnez scored as Belgium defeated India 2-0 in a Four Nations Invitational Tournament hockey match on Thursday

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    1. China looks to call bluff on Trump trade action

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      People in the US business community say this growing gulf in expectations between Washington and Beijing is fuelled in part by the dwindling frequency of talks on commercial issues.

    2. Govt’s new portal to provide ‘customised data’ on corporates

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      Complete information about 12 lakh active companies such as academic qualifications of directors on the boards of firms would be made available.

    3. Honda recalls 22,834 units of 2013 City, Accord, Jazz to replace faulty airbags

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      Japanese car maker Honda announced on Friday that it is recalling 22,834 units of 2013 models of Accord, City and Jazz to replace faulty airbags. According to the company, the recall will affect 510 units of the premium sedan Accord, 22,084 units ...

    4. SoftBank telecoms IPO faces headwinds from govt-backed upstarts

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      The company aims to sell about 30% of SoftBank Corp, Japan’s No. 3 wireless carrier, for about 2 trillion yen ($18 billion)

    5. Corporates open to public gaze as data available online: FM Arun Jaitley

      Hindustan Times

      Finance and Corporate Affairs Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said online availability of data has opened corporate activities to public gaze

    6. ITC Q3 profit rises 17% to Rs 3,090 crore; beats estimates

      Hindustan Times

      ITC Limited said its profit rose to Rs 3,090 crore in the October-December quarter from Rs 2,647 crore a year ago.

    7. HDFC Bank posts record third-quarter profit on steady asset quality

      Hindustan Times

      HDFC Bank Ltd reported a record high quarterly profit, as an increase in interest and fee incomes as well as a steady non-performing loan ratio boosted the bottom line for India’s second-largest lender by assets

    8. Fifty foreign investment treaties scrapped last year, India’s terms leave partners cold

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      Negotiators from countries including Australia, Iran and the European Union have told the Indian side that investors are waiting to come in but the new treaty terms give too little protection

    9. Indian tribunal refuses to lift SEBI ban on Price Waterhouse

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      India’s Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) said on Friday that Price Waterhouse can continue to service existing clients whose financial year started on Jan. 1 2018

    10. Tata Steel announces successful $1.3 bn dual tranche bond offering

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      Tata Steel said its wholly own subsidiary Abja Investment Co Pte Ltd has issued dual tranche of $1.3 billion of unsecured bonds.

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    1. Study says 80% people play online games to relax, tier II cities have most active gamers

      Hindustan Times

      A new study says that just 20% people play online games for fun and recreation, while 80% play to unwind.

    2. Fashion lovers, here are the highlights from the menswear shows at Paris Fashion Week

      Hindustan Times

      Celebrities turned up for the last show by Kim Jones as a Louis Vuitton designer, while Issey Miyake channel an urban environment in his creations.

    3. Celebrity designer Anamika Khanna’s new collection is inspired by bold millennials

      Hindustan Times

      The veteran designer’s philosophy is about innovation with the Indian style, while also keeping it relevant to the modern world.

    4. Women runners, this special mineral and nutrient supplement will help you run faster

      Hindustan Times

      Women tend to eat less meat than men and menstruation also plays an important role in mineral loss. These supplements help women run faster.

    5. Think before you sign up for a class. Hot yoga no more effective than traditional

      Hindustan Times

      The research indicated that the heated environment did not play a role in causing improvements in vascular health.

    6. Millennials, here’s how the internet is influencing your opinion on religion

      Hindustan Times

      A study has said that the internet leads millennials to see themselves as “free agents” who are less likely to choose a religious tradition or belief that only one religion is true.

    7. Having a baby after 35? Here are 10 important things you need to know

      Hindustan Times

      Women with advancing age have higher chances of age related risk factors as far as the baby’s health is concerned so its better they prepare themselves the moment they start thinking about having a baby.

    8. Craving carbs? Blame your brain, according to Japanese study

      Hindustan Times

      The team at Japan’s National Institute for Physiological Sciences found that activating neurons known to respond to social stress increased the appetite in mice for carbohydrates.

    9. Sometimes your T-shirt simply looks better as a dress. Priyanka Chopra just confirmed it

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      If the comfy T-shirt dress + black basics = trendy new outfit equation sounds like your kind of fashion math, here is actor Priyanka Chopra to help you get you on your way. Just scroll down and see exactly what we mean.

    10. Clean your genitals, use mint: 4 things to do before sex to make it even more awesome

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      Emptying your bowels, using protection and brushing your teeth are a few of the things you should do before having sex.

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    1. Being close to nature can make you develop positive body image

      Hindustan Times

      Both of these studies indicated that spending time in a natural environment resulted in significantly higher body appreciation.

    2. Airborne: No need for coughing or sneezing, flu may spread just by breathing

      Hindustan Times

      The study provides new evidence for the potential importance of airborne transmission because of the large quantities of infectious virus researchers found in the exhaled breath from people suffering from flu.

    3. ‘High level of allergy’ leads to rise in demand for yoga accessories from abroad

      Hindustan Times

      The health recommendations include using a combination of yoga and ayurveda to treat patients.

    4. The wonders of chai: Tea drinkers are more creative and focused, says science

      Hindustan Times

      Presence of elements such as caffeine and theanine, which are known to improve attentiveness and alertness, is the main cause, states a new research.

    5. Worried about diabetes? Drinking 100% fruit juice will not affect your blood sugar levels

      Hindustan Times

      A new study says that 100% fruit juice has no significant effect on glycemic control and does not raise your blood sugar level.

    6. Not just a ‘woman’s problem’: Here are causes, symptoms, treatment of male infertility

      Hindustan Times

      Studies have shown that in nearly 30% of all infertility cases, the cause can be attributed to a problem in the man. Here’s what doctors say about the reasons behind it and the solutions available.

    7. This anti-ageing protein may increase longevity and combat obesity, cancer

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      Scientists have found an anti-ageing protein, that may increase human lifespan and help develop therapies for age-related diseases such as diabetes, obesity and cancers.

    8. Hope for early detection: New cancer blood test may find 8 kinds of tumours

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      Cancers were detected in the ovaries, liver, stomach, pancreas, esophagus, colorectal, lung and breast. For five of these cancer types -- ovary, liver, stomach, pancreas and esophagus -- there are no screening tests available for people of average...

    9. This mutant strain of flu could lead to a more effective vaccine

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      New experiments on lab animals have shown signs of success for a newly engineered flu virus that may lead to a more effective vaccine.

    10. Infected tampon: This model almost died after using one. Here’s what happened

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      LA-based Lauren Wasser was diagnosed with TSS (Toxic Shock Syndrome) after putting on a tampon during her period. She lost her right leg to the disease in 2012 and recently, lost her right one too. She has become an advocate of raising awareness a...

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    1. This couple is travelling the world, sealing memories with a kiss

      Hindustan Times

      Indo-Ukrainian couple Shyam and Anya are doing what most of us can only dream of: travelling the world. And they are doing it in style!

    2. India has gained global interest as a tourist destination: Study

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      The data shows that travellers are also keen to explore places that are not usual for the international market, and they are looking for a wide variety of experiences on their visit.

    3. Porto travelogue: Where to visit, where to stay, things to do under a budget in Portugal

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      Porto is the European gem you haven’t yet discovered. Its cobblestone alleys, abundant sunshine, terracotta roof cottages and stunning hilltop view deserve to been seen in person.

    4. From a pink Australian lake to a lovely Greek lagoon: 7 offbeat places to see in 2018

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      The world is full of hidden places which are yet to be overrun by tourists or are yet to be featured in international travel guides. Here are 7 such gems.

    5. This museum in New York highlights the experiences of Jews during and after the Holocaust

      Hindustan Times

      Letters, diaries, photos and religious items feature prominently at the Amud Aish Memorial Museum in Brooklyn.

    6. Former French colony in Bengal to soon attract tourists thanks to its heritage buildings

      Hindustan Times

      Most of the 99 heritage buildings in Chandannagar which retain French influences are now private properties.

    7. Travelling in Rajasthan? Don’t miss the Bikaner camel festival

      Hindustan Times

      A colourful procession of camels and folk performances await tourists at the international camel festival in Bikaner.

    8. Planning your 2018 travel calendar? You need to do these 5 things to make the most of it

      Hindustan Times

      A solo trip can be the perfect opportunity for youngsters to find new friends from the various places they visit, be it metro-cosmopolitan cities or small town and villages.

    9. When in Jerusalem, head to this vegan restaurant for wholesome food and a laid-back vibe

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      Located in Jerusalem’s Even Yisrael neighbourhood, the restaurant’s leitmotif appears to be personal touch in the way it treats the customers.

    10. Travelling on a budget? These are the most wallet-friendly holiday destinations

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      Plan your next vacation in a way that’s not heavy on your pocket. Find out which tourist places have seen a drop in airfares.

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    1. Maruti Suzuki’s all-new Swift to be launched at Auto Expo 2018, bookings open now

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      Maruti Suzuki Swift will be launched during the Auto Expo 2018. Available in both petrol and diesel versions, the new version is wider and has a longer wheel base with more cabin space, headroom and luggage space than the current generation.

    2. Auto Expo 2018: With 24 new launches, over 100 unveilings, Delhi show to be largest

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      The biennial Auto Expo 2018, to be held at the India Expo Mart in Greater Noida between February 9 and 14, is expected to have 24 new launches, and over 100 unveiling of vehicles. This will be the 14th edition of the expo.

    3. Honda Grazia vs Suzuki Access: The battle for the 125cc scooter market has begun

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      Does the Honda Grazia have enough merit to outshine the proven Suzuki Access 125?

    4. Audi Q5 first drive: More refined, more powerful, more efficient, more modern than old Q5

      Hindustan Times

      As the segment of mid-range luxury SUVs slowly comes back to life, it’s the turn of one of the more popular models in the class to return in an all-new avatar. We take the Audi Q5 on a drive.

    5. 20th year anniversary: Honda launches special editions of City, Amaze, WR-V

      Hindustan Times

      Honda City 20th Anniversary Edition petrol automatic is priced at Rs 13,74,532 while the diesel trim with manual transmission is tagged at Rs 13,82,382.

    6. Lamborghini’s super SUV Urus launched in  India, to cost Rs 3 cr

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      Lamborghini launched its much-talked about super sports utility vehicle Urus in India on Thursday. The brand’s first SUV since the LM002 of 1986, will cost Rs 3 crore.

    7. Dakar 2018, Stage 4: Aravind KP Dropped To 33rd; CS Santosh Recovers To 56th Despite Crash

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      Indian riders Aravind KP and CS Santosh showed progress but the former struggled to maintain pace and completed the stage in 44th position. Meanwhile, Hero's CS Santosh recovered well after the fuel...

    8. Bajaj Dominar In New Red And Blue Shades Launched For 2018

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      Bajaj Auto has launched the 2018 Dominar in the country with two new paint schemes. The flagship offering from the bike maker is now available in Canyon Red and Glacier Blue shades, in addition to the...

    9. Datsun Starts Pre-Booking Of The redi-GO AMT

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      Datsun offers the 1-litre engine only with the T(O) and S variants, so we expect the AMT unit to be offered with these two variants only. As for pricing with expect to see a premium of Rs. 25,000 to...

    10. Maruti Suzuki Hikes Car Prices In India By Up To ₹ 17,000

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      Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) today said it has increased prices of its models by up to Rs 17,000 in order to partially offset rise in input costs. The new prices are effective from 10th January 2018.

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    1. Razer Showcases Project Linda to Merge Smartphone and Laptop, Debuts Wireless HyperFlux Mouse at CES 2018

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      Razer claimed that Hyperflux is the world's first technology that provides power directly to the mouse from the pad.

    2. Samsung Galaxy S9 Launch Set for MWC 2018, Confirms Samsung Mobile Chief

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      Samsung's DJ Koh revealed at a CES 2018 press conference that the Galaxy S9 will debut at MWC.

    3. Nokia 1 May Have Been Spotted in Newly Leaked Photos

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      The Nokia 1 leak suggests the company has still not decided on the design of the smartphone.

    4. Redmi 5A India Sales Cross 1 Million Units Within a Month of Launch, Says Xiaomi

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      Xiaomi Redmi 5A sales have crossed 1 million units within a month of its launch in India, says country head Manu Kumar Jain.

    5. Diesel On Smartwatch Review

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      The Diesel On Smartwatch is the fashion brand's first Android Wear device. Does it justify its high sticker price?

    6. iVoomi i1, i1s With Dual Rear Cameras Launched in India: Price, Specifications

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      iVoomi i1 price in India is set at Rs. 5,999, while iVoomi i1s price is set at Rs. 7,499.

    7. Facebook to Soon Launch 'Portal' Home Video Chat Product: Report

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      According to a report by online news network Cheddar on Wednesday, Portal will be the first finished hardware product from Facebook's secretive Building 8 lab.

    8. Telecom Commission Favours Raising Spectrum Holding Limit

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      TRAI had recommended last month that the ceiling on spectrum held by mobile operators within a particular band should be removed.

    9. Internet Giants Not Doing Enough to Take Down Illegal Content: EU

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      Several European governments have increased pressure on social media companies to do more to remove illegal content.

    10. Google Pixel 2 Available Offline for as Low as Rs. 49,999 Under Festive Offer

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      Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL prices have been reduced to as low as Rs. 49,999. The new prices will be applicable until January 14.

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