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Vice-Prez to offer prayers at hill shrine on Jan.11
Vice-Prez to offer prayers at hill shrine on Jan.11

Tirupati: Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu will offer prayers at the hill temple of Lord Venkateswara near here, on Thursday, a temple official said today.

Arriving in the evening on Wednesday, he would pray at the shrine the next morning, temple Public Relations Officer T Ravi told a news agency.

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Legal
One must learn to tolerate in a democracy: Supreme Court on media freedom
One must learn to tolerate in a democracy: Supreme Court on media freedom

New Delhi: The freedom of speech and expression of the media must be allowed to the "fullest" and the press may not be hauled up for defamation for "some wrong reporting", the Supreme Court has observed.

The observation came from a bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra which refused to ente

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Nation North
BJP wins all three mayoral seats in Chandigarh civic body
BJP wins all three mayoral seats in Chandigarh civic body

Chandigarh: The BJP won the posts of mayor, senior deputy mayor and deputy mayor of Chandigarh Municipal Corporation, the voting for which was held here today.

Davesh Moudgil won the post of mayor, Gurpreet Singh Dhillon senior deputy mayor and Vinod Aggarwal deputy mayor in the 27-member Chandigarh Municipal Corp

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Sports
Guptill bludgeons New Zealand to rain-affected win
Guptill bludgeons New Zealand to rain-affected win

Nelson (New Zealand): Martin Guptill was at his belligerent best as New Zealand thrashed Pakistan by eight wickets in Nelson today, although captain Kane Williamson admitted a rain delay had done the hosts a favour.

The second one-day international was evenly poised when rain forced the players from the field

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Science & Technology
ISRO eyes its 100th satellite
ISRO eyes its 100th satellite

Bengaluru: India will launch ISRO's 100th satellite along with 30 others in a single mission on January 12 from Sriharikota, in a milestone event in the country's space history.

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said it was "back in the game" with the launch, the first Polar Sate

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Sports
Key thing was to keep Virat quiet, says Philander
Key thing was to keep Virat quiet, says Philander

Cape Town: The plan was to keep Virat Kohli quiet and South Africa's wrecker-in-chief Vernon Philander said his team executed it to perfection during the 72-run win over India in the opening Test here.

"Virat is a good player and an aggressive player. The key thing is to obviously keep him quiet and

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Sports
Djokovic leads walking wounded at Australian Open
Djokovic leads walking wounded at Australian Open

Melbourne: Twelve-time Grand Slam winner Novak Djokovic headlines a list of walking wounded at the Australian Open, with the Serb desperate to get back to winning ways after six months out injured.

The former world number one is making a tilt at a record seventh Melbourne Park crown, but has some serious rust

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Entertainment Hollywood
Chris Hemsworth open to play Thor post 'Avengers 4'
Chris Hemsworth open to play Thor post 'Avengers 4'

Los Angeles: Actor Chris Hemsworth has said that if given an opportunity, he would love to keep on playing superhero Thor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

The 34-year-old actor will be next seen in "Avengers: Infinity War", alongside other MCU veterans, such as Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr, Scarle

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Nation
India not eyeing anyone's territory: PM
India not eyeing anyone's territory: PM

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said India has no intention of exploiting any country's resources and is not eyeing anyone's territory, basing its relationships not on "profit or loss" but on humanity.

Addressing the first PIO Parliamentarians Conference here, he said India has

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Legal
Playing national anthem in movie theatres not mandatory, says Supreme Court
Playing national anthem in movie theatres not mandatory, says Supreme Court

(Online Desk)

In a major U-turn, the Supreme Court on Tuesday said that the playing of national anthem is not mandatory in cinema halls before screening of film, modifying its earlier order.

In an affidavit filed before the court, the government has on Monday said that it has formed an inter-ministerial

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