TIMES OF INDIA NEWS LETTER 11.2.2013
Afzal's family receives speed post 2 days after his execution
Senior postal officials in Srinagar said the speed post was received Saturday evening but delivered Monday as Sunday was a public holiday.
Azam Khan resigns as in charge of Kumbh over Allahabad stampede
UP minister Mohammad Azam Khan resigned as Kumbh Mela in charge owing moral responsibility for the Allahabad stampede that led to 36 deaths.
Escape plan unearthed, 18-foot tunnel found at Sabarmati jail in Ahmedabad
A major jail break plan was unearthed in the Sabarmati Central Jail when a 18-foot long tunnel dug by Ahmedabad serial blasts case undertrials was found.
Bomb found in Varanasi-bound bus
Another terror attack in Varanasi was foiled on Sunday evening when a time bomb was recovered from a shoe box in a Varanasi bound bus at Chunar in Mirzapur district.
Man hacks wife's lover
A man hacked his wife's alleged lover to death using a sickle in an estate at Sunticoppa in Mumbai.
I'm really very optimistic on India: Mukesh Ambani
Ambani said he was very "bullish" on India despite a slowdown of India's growth to 5.5 per cent.
Indian Railway's total earning up by 20 per cent
The total approximate earnings of Indian Railways on originating basis during 1st April 2012 to 31st January 2013 was Rs 101223.95 crore.
Sachin Tendulkar still 'god' among teammates, fans: Dawes
India's fast bowling coach Joe Dawes has described cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar as still having a god-like status among his teammates and cricket fans.
Don't want to waste opportunities like last time: Shikhar Dhawan
Shikhar Dhawan has played five ODIs scoring 69 runs with a half-century that came in the West Indies.
Varun-Alia set to be the couple of the year
Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt are still basking in the happy afterglow of their debut film 'Student of The Year'.
Zindagi 50-50: Veena Malik met real sex worker for her role
"I think this character is realistic rather than bold. This is a true story of a girl and I have given more than my 100 percent," she said.
Ericsson bags $1 billion order from Reliance Communications
The deal covers 100,000 km of fiber and mobile infrastructure in 11 telecom circles, across North and West of India, including Delhi and Mumbai.
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