times of india newsletter 20.9.2013
Action on Army report on secret unit after careful study: Govt
The defence ministry said it has not yet taken a decision on whether to go for a CBI inquiry into the issues raised by the Army in its report on Gen VK Singh's secret unit.
US, Iran may kiss and make up — much to India's relief
More than four decades of animosity between Iran and the United States appears to be drawing to a close — much to India’s delight.
EMIs on loans to go up as RBI surprises with rate hike
EMIs on auto, home and other loans are set to go up after Raghuram Rajan unexpectedly raised the policy rate by 25 basis points.
Naidu makes Twitter entry in style
Naidu, who is acknowledged even by his staunchest critics for building brand Hyderabad and setting up an IT hub in the city.
Woman jumps into well with four daughters
In a gruesome incident, 32-year-old woman committed suicide with her four daughters by jumping into a well at Rashinga village of Hukkeri Taluk.
Gold futures shed 0.25% on profit-booking
Gold futures prices fell by 0.25% to Rs 30,469 per 10 grams as speculators locked in gains amid a weak global trend
India Inc disappointed by hike in repo rate
RBI today unexpectedly raised the policy rate by 0.25 per cent as it kept its focus on controlling inflation.
CLT20: Rajasthan Royals face uphill task against Mumbai Indians
The tournament will be the last one for veteran Sachin, who will be pitted against another great and contemporary Dravid.
McLaren would be happy to take Alonso back
McLaren sent Fernando Alonso a clear signal that they would welcome him back, despite a major falling out in 2007.
Narendra Modi seeks help from Salman, Aamir and SRK!
With the 2014 elections coming up, BJP's official PM candidate Narendra Modi is perhaps one of the most net savvy politicians of India.
Hrithik-Suzanne getting separated? Not true, says Farah
Rumours are afloat in the media that Hrithik and his wife Suzzane are allegedly heading for a divorce, according to The Indian Express.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's biggest regret
Ballmer, who in August said he planned to step down within 12 months, told investors in an meeting that Microsoft had a bright future.
Campus hiring: BPOs head to medical, law colleges
BPO firms are beginning to hire directly from colleges, a practice pioneered by country's IT services industry.
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