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Daily Newsletter | Sunday, April 16, 2017
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Doctors turn sales representatives in live surgery telecasts
Product placement in movies or television serials is old hat. But how about product placement during the live streaming of a medical procedure? Bizarre as it sounds, this is happening at medical conferences.
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India on diplomatic offensive to save Jadhav
India is looking to mount yet another diplomatic offensive to save Kulbhushan Jadhav who was awarded death sentence by a Pakistani military court.
Kumar Vishwas raps Kejriwal, AAP govt on graft
“If in Delhi you form a government on the anti-corruption plank with the promise of freedom from corruption and fall silent and try to protect your own people when they come under the scanner, you will be questioned by people,” Vishwas said.


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IIT-M students stage protest in support of agitating TN farmers
Nearly 40 students cutting across different programmes, gathered at the Himalaya hostel lawns of IIT Madras for a hunger strike on Saturday morning. The two-day strike was organised in support of the Tamil Nadu farmers’ protests at Delhi, and saw students from different states sitting in alongside students from Tamil Nadu.
Police bust ATM cons involved in cheating IAS officer
Crime Branch of Jaipur police have yet again said it clear and loud that they will not let the ATM cons to execute and survive in the state capital here.


Apple permitted to test self driving cars in California
Apple Inc has secured a permit to test autonomous vehicles in California, fueling speculation that it is working on self-driving car technology in a crowded arena of companies hoping to offer those cars to the masses.
Google launches ‘Style Ideas’, a new shopping tool
Google has just announced an update to its Image Search app which enables you to see what a fashion item you’re interested in would look like worn on a model or blogger.
Your mobile phone bill won’t pinch from this month, here’s why
Starting April 1, Bharti Airtel, Vodafone India, Idea Cellular and Aircel have already abolished incoming charges while roaming.


IPL 2017: All-round Delhi beat Punjab by 51 runs
Delhi Daredevils put up yet another clinical performance to record their second win of the Indian Premier League 2017 as they beat Kings XI Punjab by 51 runs at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium in Delhi on Saturday.
IPL 2017: Bowlers take KKR to top of the table
After Uthappa and Manish Pandey’s 77-run stand allowed KKR to post 172. The KKR bowlers bowled well to restrict Sunrisers Hyderabad to 155 for 6.
Singapore Open: Srikanth beats Ginting to enter final
Kidambi Srikanth beat Anthony Ginting 21-13, 21-14 to enter the final of the Singapore Super Series on Saturday to set up an all-Indian final with B Sai Praneeth.


US puts 6 nations on monitoring list for currency practices
In its six-monthly report to the Congress, the Trump administration has placed China, Germany, Japan, Korea, Switzerland and Taiwan on a “monitoring list” to keep a close watch on their currency practices.
Millennials to beat older buyers in luxury space
Grey hair and Porsches don’t go together anymore. Young buyers are all set to beat the older generation in buying high-end goods that were reserved for a select few – those with bloated bank balances and receding hairlines.


SRK: When my films don’t do well, I lock myself in the bathroom
Shah Rukh Khan was present at the San Francisco International Film Festival (SFILM), which paid a tribute to Shah Rukh in its 60th year.
Jhanvi shares a stunning picture with sister Khushi 
Sridevi and Boney Kapoor’s daughter Jhanvi Kapoor has managed to grab attention even before her entry into Bollywood.
Watch: SRK grooves to ‘Lungi Dance’ in San Francisco
For Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, it was time to pull out the tuxedo, shave off his scruffy beard and head on over to the 60th San Francisco Film Festival. The actor, who was being honoured with a special tribute at the festival, sat down for an in-depth conversation with American filmmaker Brett Ratner.
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