Top Headlines: PM Narendra Modi wins ‘heart’ of India, gets head start for 2019

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Daily Newsletter | Sunday, March 12, 2017
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PM Narendra Modi wins ‘heart’ of India, gets head start for 2019
BJP’s hopes of retaining New Delhi in 2019 got a huge boost on Saturday as a Modi tsunami, which is gaining currency as `tsunamo’, swept India’s most populous and politically heavyweight state of Uttar Pradesh.
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It’s an Indira Gandhi moment for PM Modi
4 in race for UP CM, but Shah will be super-CM
BJP’s parliamentary board will meet on Sunday to select the CM candidates for Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand amid indications that party chief Amit Shah will exercise oversight over the two state governments.


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Grief-stricken baby monkey in tears after mother is run over
A baby monkey that lost its mother in a road accident made all those witnessed the scene cry. The young monkey wept sitting near the carcass of its mother that was knocked down by a speeding vehicle near Elanthur on the Tamil Nadu-Karnataka National highway on Friday.
Student pays Rs 34,000 for iPhone online, gets paper
Cyber police at Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC) on Thursday arrested a man from Kolkata for siphoning Rs3 4,000 from a 20-year-old college student who ordered an iPhone 6s on a free classified advertisement website.
Bootleggers in Ahmedabad ride scooters to sell booze
Trust the Amdavadi to find a way out when the chips are down. Though the new ordinance on prohibition has tightened the screws on the free flow of liquor into our ‘dry’ state, those well-versed with the ways of how the cops function have found innovative means to smuggle Indian Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL) into the state.


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Huawei P10 trumps Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus in camera tests: DxOMark
According to DxOMark, Huawei P10 scored 87 in their camera tests, which is one point more than the iPhone 7 and three points above its dual-camera sibling – iPhone 7 Plus.
This image of Google and Apple CEO together has Silicon Valley talking
Although nothing is known about what exactly Cook and Pichai discussed over the dinner, it’s quite possible that the talks centered around some of the big issues being faced by the two companies.


I can’t stop responding to Ashwin, says Warner
Australian opener David Warner on Saturday said he will not back down from playing his shots against Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin despite the many risks involved in such an approach.
Pune catch was tougher than the Bengaluru one: Saha
Between his two world class catches in two cricket Tests played so far against Australia, India wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha rated the one in Pune in the first rubber as tougher than his Bengaluru take.
City ease into FA Cup semis with 2-0 win at Middlesbrough
David Silva and Sergio Aguero scored in each half as Manchester City became the first team to reach the FA Cup semi-finals with a comfortable 2-0 win at Premier League rivals Middlesbrough on Saturday.


US economy adds 235,000 new jobs in February
With February’s robust job creation and an upward revision to January’s numbers, the world’s largest economy has added an average of 209,000 new jobs over the last three months.
India’s industrial output up 2.7% in January
Economists surveyed by Reuters had forecast a 0.5 percent growth in output compared with a revised 0.1 percent year-on-year fall in December.
Reliance Capital CEO Sam Ghosh quits
Sam Ghosh, who steered Reliance Capital for about 9 years as its CEO, is leaving the company to pursue other options. Ghosh had joined Reliance Capital in early 2008 and in mid-2015 was elevated to the board of the company as an executive director.


Here’s why the Bachchans will not throw a Holi bash this year
While several Bollywood stars will be heading out to the biggest and wildest bashes, the industry’s first family, the Bachchans will be absent from the festivities.
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