Top Headlines: Sartaj Aziz blames India for nuclearisation of Indian Ocean

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Daily Newsletter | Monday, February 13, 2017
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Sartaj Aziz blames India for nuclearisation of Indian Ocean
“We are aware of our national interests and every effort will be made to strengthen our capacity to ensure that we remain ready to meet the emerging maritime security challenges. For us, to remain oblivious of the developments taking place in the Indian Ocean region is not an option,” he said.
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Ties frosty, but ICCR sponsors Pak Lit Fest
The government’s flagship cultural body, which promotes India’s relations with the external world by executing the foreign ministry’s projects abroad, is one of the sponsors of the event. Officials told TOI, India was not giving up on people-to-people contact even if political differences with Islamabad were insurmountable.
Sasikala reveals Jayalalithaa’s last words to her
AIADMK general secretary V K Sasikala on Sunday evening exhorted MLAs, staying at Golden Bay Resort in Koovathur near Mahabalipuram, to take a pledge in front of portrait of late Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa that they will help the party capture the secretariat.


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Assault on dalit student: PMCH principal faces arrest
The incident took place on November 16 last year in full public view. In a video that went viral, PMCH principal Dr S N Sinha was seen and heard beating college’s PG (anaesthesia) student Dr Alok Kumar with a policeman’s stick and calling him names.
World’s oldest engine gathers fresh steam
The world’s oldest steam engine — Fairy Queen — returned to the tracks on Saturday after a gap of nearly five years. The engine was attached to a heritage train running from Delhi Cantt to Rewari in Haryana.


Why Infosys’ board is facing the fury of its founders
While the revenue per employee for Indian companies like Infosys and TCS stays at $50,000, their global counterparts like Microsoft report RPE at $600,000.
7 most-downloaded apps on iPhones and iPads across the world
Wonder which now are the hottest apps on Apple devices in India as well as across the world?
Here’s why Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella thinks that the company needs to look like everyone
Microsoft has to “look like everyone and every organisation in the world” for it to accomplish its mission, the technology giant’s Indian-born CEO Satya Nadella has said, asserting the importance of “diversity and inclusion” amid an environment of di…


India beat Pakistan to win T20 World Cup for Blind
Defending champions India defeated Pakistan by nine wickets in the final of the T20 World Cup for Blind to lift their second straight title on Sunday. Chasing 198, India sauntered to the target, scoring 200/1 in 17.4 overs on Sunday.
Hyderabad Test: India seven wickets away from win
Chasing 459, Bangladesh will be hoping for one of their best second-innings batting performance in order to try and save the Test match when they resume Day 5 on 103/3.
Talking Points: When Pujara scored quicker than Kohli
Bangladesh batting twice in a day, an entertaining two hours of batting and another landmark for India’s premier spinner highlighted an eventful Day 4 of the one-off Test between India and Bangladesh in Hyderabad.


Banks rush to buy cyber security cover as digital payments rise
As cyber threats are on the rise for banks for increasing cashless transactions and effects of demonetization, insurers see rise in demand for cyber insurance and cyber liability insurance, in particular.
‘Indradhanush 2’ on anvil for recapitalization of PSBs
Government plans to come out with ‘Indradhanush 2.0’, a comprehensive plan for recapitalisation of public sector lenders, with a view to make sure they remain solvent and fully comply with the global capital adequacy norms, Basel-III.
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.


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Raees: ‘Laila Main Laila’ making video!
The making video of the dance number has surfaced online and it is quite different from the song in the movie.
Sunny Leone’s dance videos are absolutely unmissable!
If you have ever wondered what she is up to when she’s not working, her Instagram feed documents the actress’s every move.
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