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Daily Newsletter | Sunday, October 29, 2017
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This Republic Day will see a parade of PMs from Asean nations
. Government sources confirmed to TOI that prime ministers of both Vietnam and Singapore have confirmed their participation in the event which rolls out India’s military might and also colourful tableaux from Indian states.
Inner democracy in parties crucial: PM Modi
PM Modi took a swipe at Congress and its tradition of dynastic succession ahead of the anticipated elevation of Rahul Gandhi as party president, saying internal democracy in political parties was necessary for the future of democracy in the country.
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‘Minor’s deposition not must for rape conviction’
The Supreme Court said a person accused of sexually assaulting a minor or a woman of unsound mind can be convicted without the rape survivor being cross-examined to corroborate her charges if other evidence was sufficient to prove guilt.


AIIMS resident doctors call off protest
The resident doctors of the premier AIIMS on Saturday called off their protest against “improper implementation” of the Seventh Central Pay Commission’s recommendations.
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Apple iPhone X pre-orders are off the charts, delivery time pushed further
Apple quashed concerns of muted demand for its iPhone X on Friday, saying pre-orders for the 10th anniversary phone were “off the charts”.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos overtakes Bill Gates as the world’s richest man, again
Jeff Bezos, CEO of the world’s largest online retailer Amazon, has yet again overtaken Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates as the world’s richest man.
Penny Dreadful-a horror series, is now online
Indulge yourself in this famous horror-drama television series, now available on Amazon Prime Video
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Amazon Prime membership to cost more in India from October 31
Amazon Prime, the special service from the e-commerce giant, is set to become more expensive starting October 31. Launched at an introductory price of Rs 499, the service will be available for Rs 999 after October 31.


Foden brace helps England clinch maiden FIFA U-17 World Cup
England swaggered their way into the FIFA U-17 World Cup triumph and the invigorating final against Spain was as much a celebration of attacking football as it was about an incredible turnaround on Saturday.
French Open: Srikanth beats Prannoy to enter final, Sindhu out
Kidambi Srikanth’s dream season turned even better with his fifth entry into the Super Series final while World Championship silver medallist PV Sindhu crashed out in the semi-final of the French Open.
Watch Simran, an Indian heist comedy movie
Are you a fan of Kangana Ranaut? Then, don’t miss her latest movie Simran on Amazon Prime Video.
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Pro Kabaddi: Patna Pirates make it a hat-trick of titles
Patna Pirates romped to its third straight triumph in the Pro Kabbadi League season five, outclassing debutants Gujarat Fortunegiants 55-38 in the final at the Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium here on Saturday.


GST: Exporters set to get tax refund relief
In a big relief to exporters, the government is set to restore a majority of benefits under the drawback schemes, meant to reimburse taxes paid by exporters, the latest move aimed at fixing glitches that have emerged since the roll out of the goods and services tax (GST) almost four months ago.
ONGC Q2 net profit rises over 3% to Rs 5,131 crore
State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) on Saturday reported a 3.1 per cent rise in its second quarter net profit as impressive gain from rising oil prices were taken away by fall in government mandated natural gas rates.
Will invest more in India and Asia: Google CEO Pichai
Google CEO Sundar Pichai on Friday said that the company will launch more regional products in Asia and was committed to making big investments in the region. He cited the success of Google’s recently launched mobile wallet Tez in India.
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‘Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi’: Kangana Ranaut’s regal avatar as Rani Laxmibai revealed
Pictures have surfaced of the actress sporting the regal look of Rani Laxmibai in the flesh.
‘Padmavati’: Mystery royal woman in Deepika Padukone’s song ‘Ghoomar’ revealed!
An interesting thing seen in the video of the song ‘Ghoomar’ was a royal woman sitting and watching Rani Padmini dance. Many have since wondered who this mystery woman was.
Pics: Kangana Ranaut spotted shooting for ‘Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi’ in Jaipur
After a restful Diwali break with her family in Manali, Kangana Ranaut is back on the Jaipur sets of her upcoming historical drama ‘Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi’.
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