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Jaya's bail plea put off to October 7

A special vacation bench of the Karnataka High Court hearing former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalitha s bail plea adjourned the matter to October 7, stating that the criminal appeal should be heard by a regular bench. PTI FILE PHOTO

A special vacation bench of the Karnataka High Court hearing former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalitha's bail plea adjourned the matter to...

India, US to set up group to sort out nuke row

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama have agreed to set up a contact group  to identify and solve thorny issues blocking the entry of US nuclear reactors to India, as envisaged in the Indo-US civil nuclear cooperation agreement. AP file photo

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama have agreed to set up a "contact group" to identify and solve thorny issues blocking the entry...

India, US agree to renew defence agreement

Indian and US soldiers at the closing ceremony of India-US Combined Military Training Exercise Yudh Abhyas 2014 at Ranikhet, Uttarakhand on Tuesday. PTI

India and the US have agreed to renew the 10-year defence cooperation agreement with increased focus on export licensing and technology transfer that may...

14 killed, 50 hurt in UP train accident

Rescuework in progress after Krishak Express and Barauni Express collided near Gorakhpur on Tuesday. NAEEM ANSARI

At least 14 people, including women, were killed and over 50 injured in a collision between two trains near Gorakhpur Cantonment railway station...

State IISc student gets perfect GRE score

Bangalore boy Aditya Hebbar has achieved the rare feat of securing a perfect score in the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).

Bangalore boy Aditya Hebbar has achieved the rare feat of securing a perfect score in the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Very few students from India...

Business

Car makers report good domestic sales in Sept

As the auto industry continuing on the revival mode, major car makers including Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, Honda, Toyota and M&M on Wednesday reported good domestic sales growth in September ahead of the festive season / PTI Photo

As the auto industry continuing on the revival mode, major car makers including Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, Honda, Toyota and M&M on Wednesday reported good domestic sales growth in September ahead of the festive season.

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Festival season not suited for cleanliness drive: Experts

With Swachch Bharat campaign set to start from Thursday, Bangaloreans feel that the City has dirty areas which crave for immediate cleaning. DH illustration

With Swachch Bharat (Clean India) campaign set to start from Thursday, Bangaloreans feel that the City has "dirty" areas which crave for immediate cleaning...

Sports

Queen Mary bags gold in style

Boxer Mary Kom holds the Indian Tricolor as she celebrates after winning the gold medal in women's flyweight (48-51kg) categoryat the Asian Games in Incheon on Wednesday. PTI Photo

'It's an extremely rewarding effort'

Delighted at bagging a gold medal that has remained elusive, newly crowned

Sarita trains guns on Indian officials

Boxer Sarita Devi, who refused to accept her bronze on Wednesday, trained h

India, Pakistan tussle for yellow metal

Sparks are set to fly on Thursday when old rivals India and Pakistan...

Silver for Tintu, bronze for Annu

Tintu Luka threw her coach's advice out of the books to nail a...

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Nokia India Sales Marketing Director Raghuvesh Swarup launches the new Nokia Lumia ...

Nokia India Sales Marketing Director Raghuvesh Swarup launches the new Nokia Lumia ...

India's Mary Kom is lifted by her coach after she won the gold in women's flyweight boxing ...

India's Mary Kom is lifted by her coach after she won the gold in women's flyweight boxing ...

Bollywood actress Sushmita Sen attends the Durga Puja celebrations in Mumbai ...

Bollywood actress Sushmita Sen attends the Durga Puja celebrations in Mumbai ...

A huge statue of Mahatma Gandhi in Bengaluru a day before its inauguration ...

A huge statue of Mahatma Gandhi in Bengaluru a day before its inauguration ...

Silver medal winner India's Tintu Luka poses at the podium during the medal ceremony ...

Silver medal winner India's Tintu Luka poses at the podium during the medal ceremony ...

Boxer Mary Kom kisses shares a moment with her kid after winning the gold medal ...

Boxer Mary Kom kisses shares a moment with her kid after winning the gold medal ...

Damaged coaches after Krishak Express and Barauni Express collided near Gorakhpur ...

Damaged coaches after Krishak Express and Barauni Express collided near Gorakhpur ...

India's boxer Sarita cries at the podium after refusing to accept the bronze medal ...

India's boxer Sarita cries at the podium after refusing to accept the bronze medal ...

People look at the damaged coaches after Krishak Express and Barauni Express collided ...

People look at the damaged coaches after Krishak Express and Barauni Express collided ...

Indian tennis legend and global ambassador of the sport, Vijay Amritraj addressing during ...

Indian tennis legend and global ambassador of the sport, Vijay Amritraj addressing during ...

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The colours of diversity

Grand: The Durga 'pandal' at RBANMS Grounds. dh photos by bh shivakumar

The City is filled with vibrance as every community is involved in celebrating Dasara. Apart from Kannadigas, Bengalis, Gujaratis, ......

Following the Mahatma

As another 'Gandhi Jayanti' arrives, one flips through the pages of the past and pays silent respects to the 'Father of the Nation'...

Redesigning social sciences for future

L T Om Prakash analyses what the society's dismissive attitude towards the social sciences is doing to hamper its growth and progress...

Don't pick jobs based on salaries

I have completed my BE in 2007 and am working in a IT company as Senior Test Analyst. Of late, I have grown to dislike this hectic schedule and want t...

New methods of learning in classroom

The classroom has changed from yesteryears. If you're above the age of 20, it probably bears only a passing resemblance to how you learnt ......

How to make students time-conscious

With distractions and no motivation, it is easy for students to fall behind in studies. Dorothy Victor writes how this can be avoided...

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