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Daily Newsletter | Wednesday, February 08, 2017
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Panneerselvam shatters Sasikala’s peace after 40 mins of silence
After appearing to be a willing pawn in the hands of V K Sasikala ever since J Jayalalithaa’s death on December 5, Tamil Nadu caretaker chief minister O Panneerselvam shocked everyone on Tuesday night, accusing Sasikala and senior party leaders of “forcing him to resign as the chief minister.
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Panneerselvam removed as AIADMK treasurer
More than an hour after chief minister O Paneerselvam came out against AIADMK general secretary V K Sasikala, the party removed him from his post its treasurer and appointed Dindugal C Srinivasan as the new treasurer.
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Having sex multiple times on promise of marriage isn’t rape: Kerala HC
An educated woman engaging in sex multiple times with a person who has promised to marry her can only be treated as consensual and not rape, says the Kerala high court.


Asus Zenfone 3S Max with 5000mAh battery launched at Rs 14,999
The handset also acts as a power bank to connect and charge other devices. It supports reverse charging technology and comes with a Super Saving mode that can enhance the backup even more.
Google rolls out Android security patch for February
The February Android security patch includes over 36 fixed issues. One of the most critical vulnerability fixed was the ability to enable remote code execution on a device using email, web browsing, MMS and more.
You cannot send this type of attachment from Gmail after February 13
The blog further adds that those who really need to send ‘.js’ files can use Google Drive, Google Cloud Storage, or other storage solutions to share or send their files.


India to carry forward momentum from England series: Kumble
“I don’t think we need to do anything different against Bangladesh and also moving forward. We would like to measure ourselves with what we want to achieve and how we can achieve those goals,” Anil Kumble said.
Delhi batsman Mohit becomes first to score 300 in T20s
Mohit Ahlawat from Delhi has created history on Tuesday by becoming the first batsman to score a triple hundred in a Twenty20 match.
India A call-up just the start for Rahul Singh
Playing his debut first-class season, the 21-year-old middle-order batsman racked up 945 runs at an average of 72.69 including seven fifties and two hundreds playing for Services. Only Jiwanjot Singh of Punjab (995 in 2012-13 seaon) has scored more runs than Rahul in a debut Ranji season.


Rupee snaps 9-day rally, plunges 19 paise to 67.41
Breaking its spectacular nine-day winning run, the rupee on Tuesday dived 19 paise to 67.41 against the US currency amid fresh bouts of dollar demand ahead of RBI’s 6th bi-monthly policy review meet on Wednesday.
Sensex trips 104.12 points to end at 28,335.16
In a climb-down from its 4-month high, the sensex on Tuesday took its first hit in five sessions by falling over 104 points even as the Nifty slipped below the 8,800-mark, weighed down by rate-sensitive banking, realty and other stocks ahead of the RBI monetary policy.
IDBI Q3 loss widens to Rs 2,255cr as bad loans soar
Public sector lender IDBI Bank’s net loss widened further to Rs 2,254.96 crore in the third quarter of 2016-17 due to higher provisions for rising bad loans and fall in income. The bank had reported a net loss of Rs 2,183.68 crore in the October-December quarter of previous fiscal 2015-16.


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