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Friday, July 12, 2013

Supreme Court verdict leaves many questions unanswered - The Times of India

Supreme Court verdict leaves many questions unanswered - The Times of India
Although it has been hailed as a boon for the health of democracy, the Supreme Court judgment disqualifying an MP or an MLA immediately on his conviction is vulnerable to attack for one major reason of propriety or judicial discipline: It is contrary to a decision on the same issue by a larger bench.

Bureaucrats public servants, not masters: HC - The Times of India
In a whiplash intended to wake them up, the Madras high court has said public servants are not masters of the public.

Hemant to be sworn in as Jharkhand CM tomorrow - The Times of India
JMM leader Hemant Soren will be sworn-in as Jharkhand's ninth chief minister on Saturday, sources here said.

AERB clears first Kudankulam unit - The Times of India
After much delay due to stiff opposition by anti-nuclear activists and technical hitches, the Kudankulam nuclear power project will finally go critical in a day or two.

Some things in men won’t change - The Times of India
What are the typical qualities in a man that every woman must live with?

Barmer refinery set to be the most advanced in India - The Times of India
The HPCL-Rajasthan Refinery Limited, a joint venture company formed on Thursday, will be the most advanced refinery in the country.

10 lies romantic novels tell - The Times of India
10 false notions that romantic novels encourage

Solar scam: Tech team to retrieve CCTV data - The Times of India
Kerala chief minister Oommen Chandy on Thursday urged the CPM to nominate an expert of their choice to a three-member technical team that was being constituted for examining the CCTV recordings of his office.

Things to remember before going to bed - The Times of India
Here’s a check list for your hair and skin that you just can’t give a miss. Bushra S Khan reports

34 legislators in Rajasthan face criminal charges - The Times of India
Thirty out of 200 members of Rajasthan Assembly faced criminal charges when they were elected in 2008.

‘Half a Rupee’: Seeing life through Gulzar’s poetic gaze - The Times of India
The reputation of a ‘short story’ in literature is quite questionable. Often defined as ‘the poor cousin’ of the more ‘opulent’ novel...

Flying high - The Times of India
รข€‹For most part of his life before and after hanging up his boots, legendary quarter-miler Milkha Singh has always attired himself in his signature blue coat and a red turban with broad-folds.

Yummy caramel custard recipe - The Times of India
It’s simple and yum. Cook the caramel custard at home and sample dollops of tasty stuff without looking out for anything expensive in the market.

From Foxtrot in Australia to writing on Nimmi's palm in Ceylon - The Times of India
On his maiden trip to a foreign country in 1954, Milkha Singh got shell-shocked when he watched "men and women athletes holding each other and gyrating to raucous music" in Australia.

A few tips to follow while moving house - The Times of India
For those with a transferrable job, moving house can be almost a way of life.

National holiday as reward - The Times of India
But as he crossed the 400-m landmark with a triumph, the then prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru's sister Vijaylakshmi Pandit, who was watching the event from the VIP enclosure, walked up to Milkha and hugged him.

The magic of cinnamon and ginger in cocktails - The Times of India
Reader Beena Noronha gets a lesson on the exact role of cinnamon and ginger in cocktails from mixologist Tim Judge.

6 unidentified bodies fished out from canal - The Times of India
Panic spread in the area after six unidentified bodies were seen floating in the Bhakhra canal near Golewala village in the district on Thursday.

Meghamalai: Land of greens and blues - The Times of India
The misty Meghamalai, is a perfect weekend getaway to unwind. We explore the surprises in store for us

Maternity home sealed after woman's death post-delivery - The Times of India
Narender Kumar, resident of Sehri village of Sonepat, had brought his wife Savita, who was in labour, to the maternity home on Tuesday for delivery.

Microsoft rejigs management, wants to be like Apple - The Times of India
Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer said he was streamlining the software and media company around devices like phones and game consoles and services in its first major overhaul in five years.

Best ways to do your squat exercise - The Times of India
Are you looking for a powerful way to boost your overall fitness and want some serious results?

Now, Hyderabad dilemma before Congress - The Times of India
Even though the Congress leadership is yet to take a final decision on Telangana, it has drawn up a roadmap. But in the road map, one crucial thing is missing: the fate of Hyderabad.

Nokia unveils Lumia 1020 with 41MP camera - The Times of India
Nokia has unveiled a new Lumia phone with a powerful 41MP camera that promises sharper images, even in low light.

Wear bright lip colours in monsoon - The Times of India
Getting ready for a casual evening or a corporate event - try bright and bold lip colours that go well with casual, corporate or ethnic wears.

'We can reach $50 billion textile exports' - The Times of India
Textiles minister Kavuri Samba Siva Rao
has hit the ground running, lining up measures across the value chain -
from cotton growers to textile mills and garment exporters. In an
interview, Rao who took charge last month tells TOI that he will give special emphasis to exports and has set a target of reaching $50 billion.

Infosys Q1 net profit up 3.7%, shares jump over 10% - The Times of India
Infosys's stock rose 14.30% to Rs 2,886 in the morning trade on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) after the first quarter results met street expectations.

Transparent shoes, the latest fashion - The Times of India
Seen on the red carpet recently are transparent shoes, definitely the coolest fashion of 2013.

2-year-old Keylong boy is Tagna monastery head - The Times of India
A two-and-a-half-year-old boy from Keylong has been identified as the reincarnation of Tagna Rimpoche, the 14th head of the famous Tagna monastery in Ladakh.

Infosys Q1 net profit up 3.7%, shares jump over 10% - The Times of India
Infosys today reported nearly 4% increase in consolidated net profit to Rs 2,374
crore for the first quarter ended June 30, 2013.

Nokia: To stand out you have to differentiate - The Times of India
Nokia introduced a new smartphone, the Lumia 1020, with a powerful 41-megapixel camera in its latest bid to catch up with rivals Samsung Electronics and Apple.

Be a bookworm, boost your brainpower! - The Times of India
Reading books or writing letters helps keep you mentally active, which in return protects the brain in old age, a study has suggested.

After film, English August for Milkha's memoirs - The Times of India
There will be more to sift through the poignant tales of India's legendary athlete 'Flying Sikh' Milkha Singh after the much-awaited biopic on him by director Rakeysh Omparkash Mehra hits theatres on Friday.

Google-Apple relationship improved: Eric Schmidt - The Times of India
The relationship between Google and Apple has improved over the past year, Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt said.

Honey Singh seeks cancellation of case - The Times of India
Honey Singh had appeared before the high court on July 4 and submitted that as he had not sung the lewd songs, being attributed to him, and sought intervention of the court regarding the FIR registered against him.

Shall miss my strays - The Times of India
This writer is moving to a new place. His biggest worry is the diet of the two strays in his neighbourhood

Infosys: Utilization rate up, attrition worrying - The Times of India
Infosys reported an increase in employee utilization rate for Q1, but attrition continued to be a worry.

Cash-in-bag: HC gives 10 days to CBI court to frame charges against justice Nirmal Yadav - The Times of India
Justice Paramjeet Singh passed these orders while disposing of a letter received from special CBI judge Vimal Kumar. The CBI judge had requested for 15 days to decide on framing of charges against Justice Yadav.

Women make it big in offices - The Times of India
Women are now being preferred at workplaces

Infosys: Utilization rate up, attrition worrying - The Times of India
Infosys reported an increase in employee utilization rate for Q1, but attrition continued to be a worry.

Tarn Taran cop may face music for fake encounter disclosures - The Times of India
Surjit Singh had claimed that he had killed around 40 youths labeling them as terrorists. He had also sought protection from Punjab and Haryana high court saying that he feared the senior police officers would try to harm him.

The art of making South Indian filter coffee - The Times of India
There is something special about the ubiquitous south Indian filter coffee that die-hard fans swear by. We find out what the daily dose of caffeine means for them.

Infosys shares hit 3-month high post Q1 results - The Times of India
Shares of Infosys rallied 15% to hit its fresh 3-month high, its highest level since May 31, in morning trade.

Teach your child gently - The Times of India
Kids react in a positive manner to tender methods of disciplining rather than to constant threatening

Punjab and Haryana high court asks Punjab, UT to hike retirement payment for lawyers - The Times of India
The Punjab and Haryana high court on Thursday directed the state of Punjab and UT Chandigarh to increase the amount payable to advocates on cessation of practice.

Nokia CEO: Lumia 1020 will bring new meaning to pictures - The Times of India
Nokia unveiled its latest smartphone with a powerful 41-megapixel camera touted as offering "more detail than the eye can see."

Infosys Q1 results: Analysts views - The Times of India
Infosys met expectations on Friday with a 3.7% year-on-year increase in quarterly net profit after contract. Here are analysts' views.

3 Steps to start your own book club - The Times of India
Love reading books but can’t find a good book club in your neighbourhood? Why not start your very own club! We show you how…

Dalit youth's death: Madras HC orders second postmortem - The Times of India
The Madras high court on Friday ordered a second autopsy on the body of Dalit youth E Ilavarasan, who was found dead along a railway track at Dharmapuri on July 4.

Microsoft revamp: Steve Ballmer tightens grip on company - The Times of India
Microsoft's sweeping re-organization creates a company that, more than ever, bears the stamp of chief executive Steve Ballmer.

Source: Supreme Court verdict leaves many questions unanswered - The Times of India

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