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Child sex victims 'mistreated, humiliated' in India by authorities: report

Child victims of sex assaults in India often find themselves humiliated by the police and mistreated by doctors when they pluck up the courage to report abuse, Human Rights Watch said today.

RSS chief says Modi a friend, ducks questions on PM post issue

RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat today described Narendra Modi as his "friend" but side-stepped queries on the possible projection of the Gujarat chief minister as BJP's prime ministerial candidate, saying he was "not a political person". • • •

Will VHP endorse Modi for PM's post? Modi as popular as Nehru: VHP's Ashok Singhal Go back to basics, RSS and VHP advise BJP at meet


GDP pegged at 5% in 2012-13, lowest in a decade

India's slowest growth in a decade could be worse than anticipated, as preliminary data released today showed the economy set to have grown 5.0% in fiscal year ending next month, underscoring the urgent need for reforms to boost growth.

3 held for online threats to Kashmir's all-girl band Suryanelli rape case: Kerala assembly adjourned Fifth Bihar rapist, murderer gets death Vishwaroopam finally releases in TN; fans celebrate Release 2.44 tmc Cauvery water to TN: SC Three held for Mumbai bridge collapse after 3 die Panaji: school gardener held for sexually abusing girl Seven killed in Jharkhand road accident 9 dead, villages destroyed in Solomons tsunami No room for any delay in polls: Pak PM â—?

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Mr Modi has Capital ideas

The Gujarat CM is selling an India where aspirations and national pride are one.

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Clumsy sound bites or sacred doctrines will not help Indian society provide its women justice. It’s time we replace patriarchy with swift action, writes Sumit Mitra. more »

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Kulture in Kolkata

I trolleyed my way out of the Kolkata airport on Wednesday, I heard a series of uninterrupted dog-like snarls mixed with sounds of human quarreling and a high-pitched moan. Indrajit Hazra writes.

LOOSE CANON

Advice to writers

So you are planning to write a great Indian novel, an epic that will plumb the depths of Indian society and hold up a mirror to our souls? That's wonderful. I wish many more of our young writers had the same vaulting ambition. Manas Chakravarty writes. more »


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'We aim to develop cold storages too'

As part of its diversification activities, Central Warehousing Corporation (CWC) developed a warehousing facility of railway land along a railway siding as a pilot project at Whitefield Goods Terminal at Bangalore after entering into an agreement with Indian Railways.

INTERVIEW | DALVEER BHANDARI

‘Death penalty requires serious deliberations’

Justice Dalveer Bhandari, the Indian member at the International Court of Justice said a re-look at the outdated Indian Penal Code was imminent, Bhadra Sinha reports. •

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Ex-cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin may have hit headlines recently for expressing a desire to coach Team India, but gossip mills are also abuzz with the former Indian skipper’s close friendship with Delhi-based American expat, Shannon Marie Talwar.

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Actress Kristen Stewart has reportedly contacted Rupert Sanders following her second split from boyfriend Robert Pattinson. The Twilight co-stars originally split up last summer when Stewart admitted to cheating on Pattinson with the married director Sanders.

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Pop star Justin Bieber hopes his new Believe Acoustic album will make people focus on his music and appreciate him as an artist. The Baby hitmaker, whose on-off relationship with Selena Gomez has been the subject of much recent speculation, says the record shows off his raw side.

Singer Mika Singh detained at Mumbai airport by customs

Bollywood singer Mika Singh was today detained at the international airport in Mumbai for allegedly carrying Indian and foreign currency beyond permissible limit. Manish Pachouly reports. Celebs in trouble

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Hughes 'the one' for Australia in India

Rejuvenated batsman Phillip Hughes can be a key player for Australia in their four-Test series in India starting later in February, teammate Peter Siddle said today.

IRANI CUP

Vijay gives fresh option with century

Almost as if it was meant to happen, Rest of India (RoI) skipper Virender Sehwag pulled out before toss. And what was supposed to be Sehwag's opportunity to get back into form was grabbed by Murali Vijay. Anand Sachar reports. The middle order •

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Nadal triumphs in singles return

Rafael Nadal made a triumphant singles return after a seven-month absence, beating qualifier Federico Delbonis 6-3, 6-2 in the second round of the ATP claycourt tournament in Vina Del Mar.

Rebelling players reject compromise committee proposal

The possibility of a compromise in Indian tennis looks unlikely, as the players have rejected the national federation's choice of a committee to interact with them. No communication | Som says more »


Singapore calls for 'concrete evidence' in game-fixing probe

Singapore police said Thursday they needed hard evidence to crack down on match-fixing cartels, after coming under pressure to arrest suspected ringleaders of networks which targeted hundreds of football games in Europe and beyond.

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Known as one of the founding fathers of the Internet, 69-year-old Vinton G Cerf, is now spreading Google's gospel of an open culture of sharing information. On a visit to India to meet policy-makers, he spoke to Hindustan Times in a wide-ranging interview. Excerpts from the interview to N Madhavan.

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At Harley, we are just trying to be us: Mark-Hans Richer

Mark-Hans Richer, senior vice-president and chief marketing officer at iconic motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson, tells Hindustan Times about what makes Harley-Davidson a globally enduring brand icon. Anita Sharan reports. more Âť


8% growth for India will take tough decision, time: IMF

It will take India some tough decisions and several years before it can think of going back to a growth era of 8% and more, which was an easy walk through till a few years ago, IMF has said.

Good response to NTPC auction, sees 31 cr bids so far

The auction of NTPC shares saw good response from investors in the initial hours of sale on Thursday with bids coming in for over 30.51 crore shares in the first three hours of trade. more Âť

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First look: Aamir Khan wears ghagra in P.K.

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Chevrolet may not have achieved much success with its original mid-size saloon for India, the Aveo, but it could have just the product to change things. The car in question is the all-new Sail, the saloon version of the Sail U-VA hatchback launched some months ago.


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Microsoft, Symantec disrupt cyber ring, halt searches Software makers Microsoft Corp and Symantec Corp said they disrupted a global cyber crime operation by shutting down servers that controlled hundreds of thousands of PCs without the knowledge of their users.

Google buys online retail tracker for $125 mn

Google said Wednesday it is buying online retail tracker Channel Intelligence for $125 million, as the Internet giant expands its retail footprint. •

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As part of a nonexclusive arrangement announced Wednesday, Yahoo's website will begin drawing upon Google's massive online advertising network to show marketing messages related to the content that's being perused. •

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