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Hackers dumped online personal details of more than a million users of infidelity website AshleyMadison.com, tech websites reported.
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Three former Indian hockey players were all called to join the Punjab Police team which was involved in the operation to eliminate the terrorists in Gurdaspur on July 27.
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Ranveer Singh Saini created history by becoming the first Indian golfer to win a gold medal at the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles.
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For specialty underwriters sitting in global reinsurance markets like London, India has a dubious distinction. It ranks second only to Mexico on a list of kidnapping hotspots—ahead of Pakistan, Iraq and Nigeria.
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Rat on a plane: Grounds flight and wastes airline fuel worth lakhs.
Two hours into the flight when the Dreamliner with almost 200 people on board was in Pakistan airspace, some passengers and cabin crew members spotted a rat in the cabin, said sources.
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Changing trends: People are giving up cars for cabs purely for economic and convenience.
Take a cab, don’t buy a car’ is urban India’s newest trend, still nascent but likely to get stronger, as both experts and auto companies think.
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+Jayesh Thakkar CSTC AC Buses in Calcutta are a step to make people switch from private cars/yellow cabbies to Govt Buses: http://indiarailinfo.com/blog/post/1566673/2#1566673-2 :-D
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Here's a look into the life of the first lady. 
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This is how we have adapted to walking and texting.
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You think that walking is such a simple skill until you put a phone in someone's hand.
Texting while walking Also makes you walk funny.
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This might just be the answer to reduce India's vehicular pollution.
Bio-diesel is both renewable and less polluting in comparison to diesel. B100 vehicles have been plying in Brazil and cities such as California and Berkeley in United States.
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Every year the number of ceasefire violations by Pakistan have increased.
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"If PM Narendra Modi has decided on Gajendra Chuhan, no one can change that in BJP," the Congress VP said.
FTII students have been on strike since June 12 against the "political appointment" of Gajendra Chauhan as chairperson of the FTII society along with four other members.
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Zion Harvey, who lost his limbs to a serious infection, described waking up with new hands as ‘weird at first, but then good’.
An 8-year-old boy, who lost his hands and feet to a serious infection, has become the youngest US patient to receive a double-hand transplant, surgeons said on Tuesday.
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