TIMES OF INDIA NEWS LETTER 6.2.2013
Modi addresses SRCC students, protest outside college
Narendra Modi has begun his address at the Sri Ram College of Commerce. The talk is on the theme: "Emerging business models in the global scenario".
Don't play politics at Mahakumbh, SP warns BJP
The BJP leaders can go to the Mahakumbh to seek the blessings of the seers, but they should not indulge in politics, Ram Ashrey Kushwaha said.
UP IPS officer transferred for exposing minister's 'involvement' in cattle trafficking
UP government has shunted out Gonda superintendent of police for exposing a minister's 'involvement' in trafficking of cattle.
Move to have Hindi signboards in Madurai backfires
Madurai district administration has been forced to drop its latest move to have signboards in Hindi along with Tamil and English after it triggered protests.
Teacher booked for obscene calls to girl
Residents roughed up a school teacher and handed him over to the police for making obscene phone calls to a class VIII girl, here on Tuesday.
Rupee trims initial gain against dollar; still up 10 paise
Rupee trimmed initial gains against the US dollar this morning amid selling of the American currency by banks and exporters and capital inflows from foreign funds.
Sensex trims initial gains, still up 52 points
BSE benchmark Sensex up by 52 points in the late morning trade on the back of fresh buying mainly in metal, realty and consumer durable sectors.
Virender Sehwag out of Irani Cup due to upset stomach
Rest of India team suffered a massive blow just before the start of its Irani Cup match against Mumbai as skipper Virender Sehwag was ruled out due to an upset stomach.
Surprised that all my bowlers had an off day: Mithali Raj
India captain Mithali Raj said their collective failure in the must-win group match against minnows Sri Lanka was a bolt from the blue for her.
Kareena Kapoor to lose weight for Karan Johar's film
Kareena Kapoor is set to don a leaner avatar for Karan Johar's next home production film 'Gori Tere Pyar Mein', opposite Imran Khan.
Why did Big B want to slap Khushboo?
South Indian actress Khushboo was visibly excited and a also tad disappointed when she met Amitabh Bachchan at a social do recently in Mumbai.
BlackBerry eyes future beyond smartphones: CEO
BlackBerry's aim is to reclaim its spot as an innovator in world where smartphones will have the processing power to replace tablets and laptops.
Why it's business as usual for Dell employees
Dell, which intends to go private in a $24.4 billion deal, plans to stick to its current turnaround strategy to diversify away from personal computers.
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