TIMES OF INDIA NEWS LETTER 19 SEPT, 2013
Sensex closes 684 points up, highest since November 2010
The sensex rose 684.48 points to end at 20,647, after the US Fed decided not to taper its asset-buying programme.
Controversy over nuclear liability law ahead of PM's US visit
The US sees the civil liability for Nuclear Disaster Act as hurdle in selling nuclear reactors to India.
Rajasthan minister Babu Lal Nagar resigns over rape charge
Facing charges of rape, minister of state for dairy and rural industries Babu Lal Nagar resigned.
Cyberbullying takes toll on Hyderabad kids
City psychiatrists too are observing a trend of young children getting into mood altering phases after being subjected to cyberbullying.
Woman gang-raped at bus stand in Andhra Pradesh
Four persons, including a police constable and a homeguard, have been arrested in this connection.
SBI increases interest rates, makes loans costlier
SBI said it increased its base rate to 9.80 per cent, a day ahead of the RBI's policy review.
Soon, buy and sell cattle online
It is now the turn of the humble age-old cattle trade to migrate to sophisticated online trading platforms.
Sachin great but nothing important about RR-MI match: Dravid
"I wish we come face to face in semifinals too in this tournament," added Dravid at the Sawai Man Singh Stadium.
Papers crack out the egg jokes to mock Mourinho
English newspapers dredged up a wealth of egg-related puns to mock his team's defeat to Basel in their Champions League group.
Modi effect: Rajinikanth to join politics?
Once again reports suggest that Rajinikanth will soon take the plunge into politics.
'Dilip Kumar improving, stop spreading rumours'
Udaya Tara Nayar, Bollyood actor Dilip Kumar's close friend, said he is improving and urged people to desist from spreading rumours about him.
Apple iOS 7: Tips and tricks
Apple's new iPhones and iOS 7 operating system for mobile devices are packed with new features, although not of all them are readily apparent.
BlackBerry planning to lay off 40% employees: WSJ
BlackBerry could cut up to 40% of its staff and the layoffs will happen across job functions and likely occur in waves.
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