Top Headlines: UP election phase 3: In litmus test, SP eyes rerun of 2012 sweep

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UP election phase 3: In litmus test, SP eyes rerun of 2012 sweep
With the UP election juggernaut moving from the west and Rohilkhand to the central region, the battle for the state’s crown has turned fiercer. The third phase on Sunday will have a significant bearing on the overall result.
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UP polls: Critical phase as Yadav belt votes today
The third phase of the UP assembly polls on Sunday is in the home turf of SP’s supremos. It is in this part of central UP, which includes Mainpuri and Kannauj, that the SP has traditionally done best.
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NCP won’t support Fadnavis govt if Sena pulls out: Pawar
NCP President Sharad Pawar on Saturday asserted that his party will not bail out the BJP Government in Maharashtra if it is reduced to minority and dared the Shiv Sena to withdraw support to it.
Noida online fraud accused in ED judicial custody
A special court of enforcement directorate here on Saturday took the three accused of the Rs 3,700 crore Noida online fraud case into judicial custody in connection with a money laundering case registered in Luknow.

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Snapchat’s next device may be a phone: Report
The device might also inlcude a lock screen that allows users to easily swipe for notifications & updates.
Here’s how the arrest of Samsung’s chief may affect the company
South Korea was taken by surprise with the arrest of the scion of the country’s richest family and de-facto leader at Samsung over his alleged involvement in a massive corruption scandal that engulfed the president and riveted the nation.
H1-B Visa: There’s bigger problem for Indian IT companies than Donald Trump
Automation and the new US administration were the big unknowns at the Indian tech sector’s annual shindig this week, with machines threatening to take away thousands of jobs and concerns over possible visa rule changes in the key American market. ​

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IPL 2017 players auction: All you need to know
Ahead of the tenth season of the IPL that will run from April 5 to May 21, there will be a player auction in Bangalore on February 20 at which 351 cricketers go under the hammer. The list of 351 includes 122 capped, 223 uncapped and six Associates players.
Would love to play in ICC Champions Trophy: Nehra
Veteran pacer Ashish Nehra on Saturday expressed his wish to be a part of the India squad for the upcoming International Cricket Council (ICC) Champions Trophy, to be held in England in June.
I was sledged by wicketkeeper Wade and Warner: Iyer
Shreyas Iyer also revealed that he was sledged by wicketkeeper Matthew Wade and vice captain David Warner, when he was going great guns but it did not affect him as he was used to it following tours to Australia with the India A team in the past.

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China suspends coal imports from North Korea: Ministry
“(China) will temporarily stop its imports of coal from North Korea for the rest of this year (including coal for which customs applications have been made but not yet processed),” the commerce ministry said in a statement posted on its website.
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Neil Nitin Mukesh-Rukmini’s wedding reception
The royal wedding of Neil Nitin Mukesh and Rukmini Sahay in Udaipur was followed by a star-studded reception in Mumbai.
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Clad in her school uniform, with a water-bottle at an arm’s length, Sonam paints the vintage picture with an innocent stare to the camera.
Divya Dutta: I am a greedy actor
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