TIMES OF INIDA NEWS LETTER 14th AUGUST 2013
Can't say what went wrong on submarine: Navy chief
Three officers are believed to be among the 18 men who met a tragic watery grave after a deafening blast tore through INS Sindhurakshak.
At least 43 dead as police swoop on pro-Morsi Cairo protest camps
Ousted President Mohamed Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood urged Egyptians to take to the streets in their thousands to denounce the 'massacre'.
LoC attacks: Parliament rejects Pak National Assembly resolution
Parliament rejected the Pakistan National Assembly resolution, saying it levelled "absolutely baseless and unfounded" allegations against India.
Three stuntboys make robbery bid on train
Three boys tried to rob a woman journalist at knife-point in MUMBAI, after she warned them not to perform dangerous stunts.
30 suspected dengue cases at IIT Bombay in two months
Over 30 suspected cases of dengue were reported on the Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay (IIT-B) campus in Powai in the last two months.
Sensex extends gains to fourth day
Tata Motors Ltd rose 9.71 percent, marking its biggest single day percentage gain since March 2010, while Tata Steel Ltd ended 3.6 percent higher.
SAIL Q1 net down 35.25% to Rs 451 crore
State-owned steelmaker SAIL reported a 35.25% fall in standalone net profit to Rs 450.91 cr during the April-June quarter as revenue declined and costs rose.
Happiest moment yet, Virat Kohli on Arjuna nomination
Elated at being recommended for the Arjuna award, star cricketer Virat Kohli said it counts among the happiest moments of his life.
Warne slams Cook's tactics, McGrath hails England
Australia great Shane Warne maintained that England had won the Ashes in spite, rather than because, of Alastair Cook's overly defensive captaincy.
Aamir Khan does a Salman in 'Dhoom 3'
Although the face is not visible, the man in the poster looks like Aamir Khan giving a glimpse of his well-toned body.
'Chennai Express' breaks multiple records
The comedy, which urges you to leave rationality behind and encourages you to roll on the floor with laughter, has managed to bring the house down.
Hyderabad-born Prem Watsa may bid for BlackBerry
Just over a year ago, Prem Watsa said BlackBerry was a "Canadian success story," a good buy and a likely turnaround story, despite declining market share.
In Pics: Samsung’s Dual Screen Flip Phone
With Galaxy W789, Samsung mixes the old-school flip phone design with two touchscreens of today.
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