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Monday, October 5, 2015

Top Headlines: Dadri lynching: Akhlaq's last call was to his Hindu childhood friend for help

Times of India
Daily Newsletter | Monday, October 05, 2015
Dadri lynching: Akhlaq's last call was to his Hindu childhood friend for help

As the mob approached menacingly, Mohammad Akhlaq frantically called up his childhood friend, Manoj Sisodia, for help.
Visiting Merkel to boost Modi's 'Make in India'
German chancellor Angela Merkel will arrive in Bengaluru on Monday as part of her three-day visit to India to participate in the third Indo-German Inter-governmental Consultations hosted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Spurt in pesticide-laced vegetables across India
It is well-known that vegetables sold in major cities contain pesticides, but it has now emerged that these harmful chemicals are present in alarmingly high doses in greens across the country.
Gurgaon gang war leaves one dead, one injured
Gang war returned to Millennium City on Sunday morning.First, the aide of Binder Gujjar, ward 21 councillor who has several cases against him, was shot dead before daybreak.
3-day-old kidnapped from Bengaluru's Bowring hospital
For three days, Farida Mujib, 25, had been waiting to get a glimpse of her only son and third child.
24-year-old woman killed for dowry in Faridabad
A 24-year-old woman was allegedly killed by her husband and in-laws over dowry here.
7 best laptops you can buy under Rs 30,000
If you're in the market for a laptop priced under Rs 30,000, we try to help you make a buying decision.
Micromax Canvas Selfie 2 review: Affordable selfie phone
With every second smartphone trying to woo the selfie lovers, does the Micromax Canvas Selfie 2 stand out from the rest of the crowd?
How smartphones are dominating porn
Pornhub has released its latest data analysis which demonstrates the rise of smartphones as a method for watching porn.
India will come back all guns blazing: Rohit Sharma
Disappointed that his maiden T20I century went in vain, Rohit Sharma said they would come back all guns blazing to stay alive in the three-match series against SA.
Liverpool sack manager Brendan Rodgers
English Premier League club Liverpool FC have sacked manager Brendan Rodgers following their 1-1 draw with Everton on Sunday.
Arsenal crush Manchester United 3-0 to go second
Arsenal scored twice in the opening seven minutes and ended the match as a contest with a third in 19th as they crushed United 3-0 to move into 2nd place.
Choppy markets may slow PSU stake sales: Jaitley
The government is expected to go slow on stake sales in several public sector companies due to the volatility in stock markets, but is unlikely to face pressure on finances due to lower oil prices.
Rural youth can bank on finance sector for jobs
The banking and finance sector holds a beacon of hope for rural youth as employment from the interiors now forms a bulk of the total hiring for some banks.
Government looks to ease FDI rules
The government is looking to simplify foreign direct investment (FDI) rules, aimed at removing some of the conditions that investors need to fulfil while investing in the country as it looks to further ease procedures to attract more investment, including domestic, at a time when the RBI has cut rates too, said economic affairs secretary Shaktikanta Das.
'On what basis were Talwars sent to jail?'
The Aarushi-Hemraj murder case resulted in a lot of confusion among the investigating agencies and that has been brought out well in the film.
Mad Max's villain in Tiger Shroff's film
We have exclusively learnt that Ekta Kapoor has pulled off a casting coup by casting Mad Max's 7 feet supervillain Nathan Jones in her superhero film A Flying Jatt, being directed by Remo D'souza.
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