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Live: MLAs can't be compelled to participate in trust vote, says SC (mar., 16 juil. 2019)
The Supreme Court has directed that the 15 rebel Congress and JD(S) MLAs "ought not" to be compelled to take part in the proceedings of the Karnataka assembly, which is slated to decide the confidence motion moved by the HD Kumaraswamy-led government on July 18. Stay with TOI for all the latest updates.
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Mumbai-Delhi plane lands with 5 mns of fuel left (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
The weather gods and Lucknow air traffic controllers saved the day as a Mumbai-Delhi Vistara flight on Monday radioed a Mayday call and carried out a providential touchdown with only 200kg fuel or 5 minutes of flying time left. The flight was airborne for approx four hours during which it was diverted twice before landing in Lucknow with 153 passengers on board.
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MS Dhoni to help team in smooth ‘transition’ (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the wicketkeeper-batsman, who played his fourth and final 50-over World Cup in England, has made himself unavailable for the three ODIs and three T20Is in West Indies. Sources said that he will not travel with the team as the first-choice wicketkeeper. Rishabh Pant will take over and Dhoni will help in the transition process.
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CAC led by Kapil Dev to take call on India coach (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
The three-member ad-hoc Cricket Advisory Committee will soon be deciding on India’s new coach. Incumbent Ravi Shastri will be up for an extension and has the required backing to continue in the position. Those in the know say Shastri and his support staff — bowling coach Bharat Arun and fielding coach R Sridhar — are ready to continue as well.
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Quoting Bapu, Azim Premji hangs up his boots (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
Azim Premji, in his final annual general meeting (AGM) as chairman and managing director of Wipro, said he has always believed in Mahatma Gandhi's dictum that we must remain 'trustees' of our wealth for society, not its owners. He noted that he has renounced more of his personal assets earmarking them to philanthropic activities. He will retire as chairman on July 30.
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Isro nails leak to cryo engine ‘nipple joint’ (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
The technical snag due to which Chandrayaan-2 had to be aborted was a leak in the GSLV-MkIII cryogenic engine by a faulty ‘nipple joint’ to the oxidiser tank that stores liquid oxygen. While the leak can be fixed without dismantling the rocket, the bad news is that unless the reason for the leak is ascertained there is a probability of the problem recurring.
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Govt medical colleges are 'selling' seats now (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
Some state governments have joined the bandwagon of commercializing medical education in the name of making their colleges self-financed. So, 3%-15% seats are set aside for NRIs and some even have “management quotas”. Five states — Gujarat, Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh — and Puducherry have government medical colleges with NRI quotas.
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Ahmedabad boy accused of rape, father booked (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
Chandkheda police on Monday lodged an FIR for rape and molestation against a 17-year-old boy based on a complaint filed by the uncle of a 16-year-old girl. Police also booked the boy’s father for abetting the alleged offence
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Jaypee homebuyers move SC against NCLAT order (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
A group of homebuyers has approached the Supreme Court challenging the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) order allowing NBCC and creditor bank to thrash out resolution plan to take over Jaypee Infratech, even after the plan was rejected by a committee of creditors (CoC) which included homebuyers.
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Live: 13 killed in Mumbai building collapse (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
An old multi-storey building collapsed on Tuesday in south Mumbai's congested Dongri area, killing at least 13 people and trapping more than 40 people under the debris. Stay with TOI for all updates
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Isro wants ‘made-in-India GPS’ tech in smartphones (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)

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How Goa is struggling with spike in desi tourists (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
Last year was a revelation for the tourism sector in Goa. There were quite a few indications that Goa is losing its gleam as an international destination. The state witnessed a consistent increase in domestic arrivals and a drop in foreign ones.
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Quran rider for bail sparks row (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
A city court order granting bail to a 19-year-old on the condition that she will have to distribute five copies of the Quran sparked a row on Tuesday with the teenager saying she would file an appeal and several BJP leaders visiting her house to express solidarity with her. Richa Bharti was arrested on Saturday for an ‘offensive’ post and released on bail on Monday.
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Centre, Assam want 20% of NRC data re-verified (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
The Centre and Assam govt moved the Supreme Court seeking re-verification of 20% of draft NRC data claiming that exclusion of Indian citizens and inclusion of illegal Bangladeshi migrants in the draft had come to notice. The SC has set July 31 as the deadline for publication of the final NRC. Assam govt accused NRC officials of including foreigners in exchange for bribes.
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How IT cos are cutting costs: Salary cuts & more (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)

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Xiaomi to launch Rs 4.8 lakh smartphone today (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)

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19-year-old model’s face crushed by boyfriend (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)

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India hopes for ICJ relief in Kulbhushan case (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
Ahead of Wednesday's verdict by the International Court of Justice, India's main hope is that the court will hold Pakistan guilty of violating Vienna Convention on Consular Access 1963 by denying India consular access to Jadhav. India has argued that Pakistani courts are biased and cannot carry a fair review of Jadhav's conviction, hence ICJ should order his release.
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