times of india news letter 18 september 2013
Muzaffarnagar riots: Arrest warrants against several UP politicians
At least two of the accused leaders appeared on television channels and denied any role in inciting violence.
Sharad Pawar's speculation leads to onion price increase yet again
Within hours of Sharad Pawar's comment that onion prices would remain high until October, wholesale rates rose from Rs 47 per kg to Rs 58.
BCCI denies report of Sandeep Patil telling Sachin Tendulkar to retire
BCCI denied reports that chief selector Sandeep Patil has told Sachin Tendulkar to consider his future after playing his 200th Test.
Mumbai bus rape: Medical proof strong, quick probe sought
Strong physical evidences indicating sexual assault have been found during the medical examination of a four-year-old girl, said doctors.
Man beheads wife over bad food
A 30-year-old man beheaded his wife and roamed in the village with her head in his hand on Saturday night.
Suspected human hair in tablet cited in Ranbaxy ban
Ranbaxy, which is 63.5 per cent-owned by Japan's Daiichi Sankyo Co, did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the FDA observations.
India for expeditious implementation of G20 decisions
In the recent G20 Summit, Manmohan Singh had emphasized the need for early completion of the International Monetary Fund quota reforms.
At present India is better than Pakistan, says Zaheer Abbas
Former captain Zaheer Abbas feels restoration of bilateral cricket ties with India would prove to be beneficial for Pakistan.
Sindhu, Pawar, Ajay reach second round of Japan Open
Sindhu, seeded eighth, brushed aside local shuttler Yukino Nakai 21-12, 21-13 in less than half an hour.
Salman Khan throws fan's mobile phone
The actor lost his cool when he saw a fan clicking his picture while visiting veteran actor Dilip Kumar in the hospital.
Ranveer, Deepika evade link-up queries
Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh says his on-screen chemistry with Deepika Padukone is the high point of their upcoming film, 'Ram Leela'.
IT to reskill staff as technology reshapes business
The industry body is designing domain-specific courses that will be imparted through massive open online courses.
Review: Apple iPhone 5S
The fingerprint sensor alone is worth the extra $100 you'll pay for the 5S over an iPhone 5C.
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