Top Headlines: India’s interceptor missile test a hit; two-layered shield possible

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India’s interceptor missile test a hit; two-layered shield possible
The “exo-atmospheric” (outside the earth’s atmosphere) interceptor missile tested on Saturday, also called the PDV (Prithvi defence vehicle), after all, directly hit the target missile at an altitude of 97km. The test began at 7.45am with the two-stage target missile, mimicking an enemy ballistic missile, being launched from a ship in the Bay of Bengal.
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Sasikala DA case: SC verdict unlikely on Monday
The much-awaited verdict in the disproportionate assets case, in which V K Sasikala is accused, is unlikely to be pronounced by the Supreme Court on Monday, prolonging the political uncertainty in Tamil Nadu. The SC cause list — which catalogues the court’s business for the day — does not mention the case for Monday.
4 MPs & education minister now in OPS camp
Tamil Nadu CM O Panneerselvam breached the inner fort of the V K Sasikala brigade on Saturday when school education minister K Pandiarajan, four Lok Sabha members — PR Sundaram, K Ashok Kumar, SP Sathyabhama and R Vanaroja — and MGR loyalists C Ponnaiyan and C Aranganayagam crossed over to his side.

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Snapdeal plans to cut 1,000 jobs
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Hyderabad Test: Mushfiqur leads Bangladesh fightback
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Talking Points: Shakib, Mushfiqur bail Bangladesh out
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Won’t be surprised if India win 4-0 against Aussies: Ganguly
Former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Saturday said he wouldn’t be surprised if India swept Australia 4-0 in the upcoming Test match series, commencing on February 23 at Pune.

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Sebi to amend norms governing stock exchanges
Capital market regulator Sebi on Saturday said the norms governing stock exchanges and other market infrastructure institutions would be reviewed and amended after a public consultation process. Sebi said the consultative paper seeking public comments on this matter would be released in due course.
Lufthansa brings the modern Airbus 350-900 to Delhi
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Demonetisation took the fizz out, feels Coke
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Karan Johar says Ajay Devgn shouted at him, said nasty things
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