Top Headlines: China betrayed Nehru, would do it again if govt dropped its guard: MSY

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China betrayed Nehru, would do it again if govt dropped its guard: MSY
Opposition leaders were supportive of the Indian position that China has violated the commitments arrived at through the special representatives’ dialogue. CPM leader Sitaram Yechury asked the government to “introspect” whether its policies on the Dalai Lama and military exercises with the US and Japan had contributed to the tensions.
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Decide on voting norms for NRIs in a week: SC
The SC bench noted that the Election Commission had set up a committee which had examined the issue and submitted a report in October 2014. It was informed that in January 2015, the Centre had, in principle, agreed with the recommendations of the committee.

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Teen couple found dead in south-west Delhi hotel
A 17-year-old schoolboy and an 18-year-old girl pursuing an MBBS degree were found hanging on Friday evening from a ceiling fan in a hotel room in Dwarka, south-west Delhi, that they had booked on the OYO app.
Gurugram to get 24-hour power supply from August 15: Minister
Gurugram district will get 24- hour power supply from August 15 and a blueprint has already been prepared, Haryana Public Works (Building and Roads) minister, Rao Narbir Singh said on Friday.

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US hiring will not impact India hiring, claims Infosys
Asserting that hiring in the US will not impact its recruitment plans in India, the Bengaluru-based company said it has rolled out campus offers to 19,000 people here.
Vodafone rolls out ‘Vodafone Sakhi Pack’ for female subscribers
Vodafone, one of India’s leading telecom operator, has launched a new service called ‘Vodafone Sakhi Pack’ for its female subscribers in UP West and Uttarakhand.
Infosys fares better than TCS but short-term pressure continues
The divergence in the performance of the country’s top two software exporters was visible in their share prices.

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Zaheer will be contracted for 150 days a year: Ganguly
India’s new bowling consultant Zaheer Khan will be offered a contract of 150 days per season, informed Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) member Sourav Ganguly.
Wimbledon: Federer beats Berdych to reach final
Roger Federer’s relentless pursuit of an eighth Wimbledon title continued as he beat stubborn Czech Tomas Berdych 7-6(4) 7-6(4) 6-4 to reach the final for the 11th time on Friday.
Gambhir, Nehra rubbish Ranatunga’s fixing allegations
India’s World Cup heroes found former Sri Lanka captain Arjuna Ranatunga’s demand for an inquiry into the 2011 final as “outrageous”. India beat Sri Lanka by six wickets to win their second World Cup title in 50-over cricket.

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Infosys CFO MD Ranganath to move to the US
“The company has asked, for business reasons, M D Ranganath, the CFO, to operate from the US,” Infosys said in a filing. It added that based on the recommendation of Nomination and Remuneration Committee, the board of directors has approved a revision to his salary.
Wholesale inflation falls sharply to 0.90% in June, food prices ease
The slowdown in wholesale inflation comes against the backdrop of retail inflation easing to a record low of 1.54 per cent in June. The WPI figure is at the lowest level in at least eight months — since the availability of data for the new 2011-12 base year series.

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