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Tibet doesn’t seek freedom, but meaningful autonomy: Dalai Lama
The Dalai Lama rejected China’s claim that India was using him diplomatically to challenge the Communist country, and described himself as a messenger of ancient Indian thought and values.
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‘Gross abuse of power’ by AAP govt: Shunglu panel
The committee has flagged decisions including the allotment of land to the AAP for its party office, appointment of Minister Satyendra Jain’s daughter as “mission director” of Delhi State Health Mission and a number of purported AAP functionaries as “advisors”.
Yuvraj, bowlers fashion Sunrisers victory over RCB
Half-centuries from Yuvraj Singh and Moises Henriques played a role in Sunrisers getting to 207/4, in reply to which Royal Challengers Bangalore were all out for 172.

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Xiaomi denies using ‘sub-standard’ chipsets in its smartphones sold in India
In the letter sent to TRAI last week, COAI said that on the basis of tests conducted by individual telecom operators, some 4G/LTE devices, especially those housing MediaTek processors, deteriorated the network quality.
Moto G5: 7 reasons to buy the smartphone on 5 and 6th April
Lenovo-owned Motorola has launched the younger sibling of its recently-launched Moto G5 Pus smartphone in India. Priced at Rs 11,999, Moto G5 has a 5-inch display, is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor and runs on Android Nougat out-of-the-…
Travel with Indian Railways? Here’s why you should get Airtel
Travel app RailYatri Tuesday said that Bharti Airtel has the widest network coverage across rival telcos with 71% connectivity enroute Delhi to Kolkata, followed by Vodafone India’s 58%.

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Yuvraj, bowlers fashion Sunrisers victory over RCB
Half-centuries from Yuvraj Singh and Moises Henriques played a role in Sunrisers getting to 207/4, in reply to which Royal Challengers Bangalore were all out for 172.
I never thought IPL would be so big: Tendulkar
Batting great Sachin Tendulkar on Wednesday said he never thought IPL would become so big since its inception in 2008 and lauded the cash-rich T20 tournament for spreading the game to non-cricketing countries.
IPL 10 gets going with felicitation of legends
The 10th edition of the IPL began with India’s four cricket icons, including Sachin Tendulkar, being felicitated for their contribution to the game during an opening ceremony that was low on glamour quotient.

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TMT-focused investment bank Raine opens shop in India
New York-headquartered Raine Group — a global merchant bank focused on technology, media and telecommunications — has decided to set up shop in India. The company has appointed as managing director, Gaurav Mehta former head of UBS India’s investment banking division.
‘Most employees dissatisfied with their salary structures’
A majority of employees are not content with their current salary structures, according to a survey by Wisdomjobs.com, which also reveals that salary structure continues to be a defining factor when it comes to a professional taking up a new job or deciding to stay with an employer.
Change in base year for GDP a regular global practice: Govt
Base year revision exercises are undertaken as per the internationally accepted practice to capture the changing structure of the economy, Minister of Statistics and Programme Implementation Sadananda Gowda said in Parliament.

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Video: Badshah on studying mathematics at DU’s St. Stephen’s College before turning to rap
We know him as the really cool rapper who adds swag to Bollywood songs. We also know him as the man who has remixed some very popular songs for mainstream Bollywood movies. But what we did not know about Badshah is the fact that this simple boy from Chandigarh who is making the nation dance to his tunes is also a mathematician to boot.
Bet you wouldn’t be able to recognise Sridevi in this throwback picture
Throwback Thursday came in early this week when ‘Sarkar 3’ director took to his Twitter handle to share an old black and white picture of none other than the evergreen diva Sridevi.
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