TIMES OF INDIA NEWS LETTER 7.2.2013
Karnataka may delay release of Cauvery water despite SC order
Karnataka chief minister Jagadish Shettar has indicated that the state may not immediately comply with SC order to release water to Tamil Nadu.
Child sex victims 'mistreated, humiliated' in India: Report
Child victims of sex assaults in India find themselves humiliated by the police and mistreated by doctors when they report abuse, Human Rights Watch said.
DMK leader Kushboo's house in Chennai attacked by party workers
Actor-politician Kushboo's house was attacked by her own partymen after a Tamil magazine carried her remarks about party’s heir-apparent MK Stalin.
'Ghost surgery' haunts Hyderabad
Every year, an estimated 31 lakh people go under the knife in AP, but how many raise the question, "Doctor will you be the one performing the surgery?"
Chennai techies sweep temples, clean tanks
Every third Sunday of the month, they rise early, pack their lunches and leave for the nearest suburban station to catch a train to work.
Audi India sales up 10.5% in January
German luxury car maker Audi reported 10.5 per cent growth in sales in India during January at 737 units as against 667 units in the same month last year.
NTPC share sale over-subscribed; govt to get about Rs 11,400cr
NTPC's mega share sale was over-subscribed just before the market close on Thursday, helping the government fetch close to Rs 11,400 crore.
Hughes 'the one' for Australia in India
Rejuvenated batsman Phillip Hughes can be a key player for Australia in their four-Test series in India starting later this month, teammate Peter Siddle said.
Doping widespread in Aus sport: Probe
Drug use is widespread in Australian sport with growing links to organised crime, according to an official probe by the Australian Crime Commission.
Imitated Shah Rukh in Nautanki Saala: Ayushmann
Ayushmann Khurrana who plays Ram Parmar in Rohan Sippy's Nautanki Saala says he's imitated Bollywood badhshah Shah Rukh Khan in the film.
Indo-Pak relations change like weather: Mahesh Bhatt
Mahesh Bhatt is known for his bold cinema and honest approach. In a interview, he reveals his opinion about relation between India and Pakistan.
Google invites you to make India Maps better
Google India has announced Mapathon 2013, the country's first mapping competition, crowdsourcing initiative aimed to improve Google Maps in India.
What Indian IT companies like Infosys, Wipro are doing to avert lawsuits
Infosys and Wipro are seeking outside help to create foolproof procedures to protect themselves from legal dangers they have encountered overseas.
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