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GST a gamechanger, invest in India: Modi urges top CEOs in US
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On the first day of his two-day US visit, Prime Minister Modi interacted with the Indian diaspora in Washington DC’s suburb of Virginia on Sunday. Here are the top quotes from his address:

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Eid with black arm bands as protest against Muslim lynchings
Angry with continuous atrocities on Muslims leading to lynching of a number of them, with the case of 16-year old Junaid being the latest victim two days ahead of Eid, citizens including both Hindus and Muslims across the country have decided to wear black bands on their arms on Eid day.
Mewatis to observe ‘Eid with black band’
Over 20 lakh people in Mewat, Alwar and Bharatpur will observe ‘Black Eid’ on Monday. The Muslim community here has decided to show their anguish following the lynching of 19-year-old Ballabhgarh resident Junaid.
J&K: 7 killed in cable car accident in Gulmarg
Five people, including four tourists and a local man, were killed on Sunday when a gondola car cabin crashed hundreds of meters down to the ground after its cable snapped in Gulmarg in Jammu and Kashmir, police said.

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Ouster of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has a lesson for Indian startups
In the tech industry, VCs brag about their “pattern recognition” capabilities. The pattern always resembles Zuckerberg, Gates, Bezos, or them: a white nerdy male.
UK Parliament’s email system hit by cyberattacks
The UK Parliament has been hit by a cybersecurity attack that has left MPs unable to access their emails.

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Rahane’s ton sets up India’s 105-run thrashing of West Indies
Ajinkya Rahane struck a brilliant century before the bowlers dished out a disciplined show as India thrashed a hapless West Indies by 105 runs in a lopsided contest in the second cricket one-dayer here.
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Srikanth wins Australia Open Super Series title
India shuttler Kidambi Srikanth defeated Olympic champion Chen Long in a dominating fashion to win the Australia Open Super Series men’s singles title on Sunday. Srikanth won in straight games 22-20, 21-16 to win his career’s fourth Super Series title.

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RBS to cut over 400 UK jobs, move many of them to India
UK’s largest government-owned bank said it was moving the jobs, which help handle loans for small businesses, as part of an ongoing cost-cutting drive. RBS is 73 per cent owned by the UK government after a 45- billion-pound bailout in 2008.
GST switchover: Renaming CBEC as CBIC may take a while
Rechristening the Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) may not come about immediately as the revenue department may introduce amendments to at least five Acts only in the upcoming monsoon session next month.

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Watch: Salman-Iulia at Baba Siddique’s party
Salman, who is a regular at the party, was accompanied by his sister Elvira, father Salim Khan, brother Sohail Khan, sister Arpita Khan Sharma, nephew Ahil and rumoured girlfriend Iulia Vantur.
‘Tubelight’ box-office collection Day 2
‘Tubelight’ starring Salman Khan in a leading role, saw a dip at the box-office on the second day of its release. The movie collected an estimated Rs 19.75 crore on Saturday, thus taking the total two-day collection to Rs 40.50 crore, according to a report on Boxofficeindia.com
PIC: Priyanka Chopra with friends in Malibu
Priyanka Chopra is surely living life queen sized! After fulfilling her work commitments in India and Europe, the actress headed back to the United States for the shoot of her second Hollywood flick ‘A Kid Like Jake’.
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