times of india news letter 23.8.2013
Mumbai gang-rape case: One more accused arrested, hunt on for three others
Mumbai Police on Saturday arrested another accused in connection with the gang rape of a young photojournalist.
Narendra Modi blasts 'mute' PM, says both UPA and rupee have lost value
Narendra Modi continued his tirade against Manmohan Singh over the falling rupee, saying both he and the domestic currency have turned 'mute'.
Bo Xilai admits he had affair, takes 'some responsibility' for embezzled money
Bo Xilai revealed that his wife stole government funds and revealed how the couple became estranged after he had been unfaithful.
Ex-BJP ministers refuse to vacate bungalows
BJP lawmakers refused to honour the notice until alternative accommodation is allotted to them.
Two Maoists surrender in Andhra Pradesh
Two wanted Maoists from Chhattisgarh, including a woman, surrendered before Warangal police in Andhra Pradesh.
Chidambaram meets top bankers to shore up fund inflows
P Chidambaram held a closed-door meeting with top bankers to take stock of the situation in the wake of rupee volatility.
Weekly review: Markets continue to decline for 5th week
In spite of last two days' recovery, both key indices Sensex and Nifty continued to decline for the straight 5th week on persistent selling pressure.
Shane Warne attacks Steve Waugh over baggy green cap
Shane Warne has attacked Steve Waugh for forcing all players in his team to wear the iconic Australian 'baggy green' Test cap.
IOA set to ignore IOC warnings at general body meeting
The suspended IOA's general body meeting is all set to ignore the IOC's directive to bar chargesheeted officials from contesting elections.
Akshay Kumar lashes out at ‘OUATIMD’ critics
After 'Once Upon a time in Mumbai Dobarara' lost out to SRK's 'Chennai Express' in box-office, critics have been dubbing the Akshay Kumar-starrer, a flop.
Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone get intimate
Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh have now shot some intimate scenes in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Ram Leela, if reports are to be believed.
Infosys: NR Narayana Murthy's son Rohan Murty becomes vice-president
Rohan Murty may have joined Infosys in the role of an executive assistant to his father but his designation seems to signal his importance.
Smartphones can help track users' happiness: Study
Scientists have used smartphones to explore how environment influences a person's sense of happiness.
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