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  • Wimbledon: Eugenie Bouchard Shrugs Off 'Maria Sharapova' Heir Tag

    4 July, 2014 4:38 PM 16

    Exactly 10 years to the day when a 17-year-old Sharapova blitzed Serena Williams on Centre Court, becoming an overnight global phenomenon and the richest woman in sport, the same fate awaits eBouchard if she defeats Petra Kvitova for the Wimbledon title. London: Eugenie Bouchard played down her role as heir to Maria Sharapova on Friday, 24 hours before

  • Russian Lawmakers Pass New Bill Restricting Internet

    4 July, 2014 4:32 PM 22

    Moscow: Russia's parliament passed a bill on Friday requiring Internet companies to store Russians' personal data inside the country in an apparent move to pressure sites such as Facebook and Twitter into handing over user data. Introducing the bill to parliament this week, MP Vadim Dengin said "most Russians don't want their data to leave Russia for the United

  • Pankaj Advani backs Germany to lift FIFA World Cup

    4 July, 2014 4:31 PM 14

    Pankaj Advani, who created history by becoming the only player to win the shorter and the longer formats world of billiards and snooker, said he wants German striker Miroslav Klose to score record number of goals. Bangalore: Cue sport world champion Pankaj Advani on Friday said Germany will lift the 2014 FIFA World Cup if they overcome France in the quarterfinals

  • Iraq PM Vows to 'Never Give Up' on Third Term Bid

    4 July, 2014 4:27 PM 21

    Baghdad: Iraq's premier insisted on Friday he would "never give up" on a third term despite allegations at home and abroad of sectarianism and authoritarianism amid a sweeping jihadist-led offensive. Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's remarks came after a farcical parliament session in which Iraq's various factions many of which strongly oppose Maliki

  • Pinning hopes on Modi, pension funds bet big on India

    4 July, 2014 4:24 PM 8

    After lying low for over a year, global pension funds are starting to believe in India’s growth story once again. CNBC-TV18 reports that a lot of this has to do with hope that the upcoming Budget will bring with it some progressive policy announcements. The Narendra Modi government's promises to script an economic turnaround have caught the fancy of global

  • Two years after Jalandhar attack, Burundi youth dies

    4 July, 2014 4:24 PM 11

    PATIALA/JALANDHAR: Yannick Nihangaza, the young man from Burundi, who had come to Punjab to study and was brutally beaten up by local youths in 2012, died died at his home on Tuesday. TOI received a cryptic one-line email from Yannick's father Nestor Ntibateganya on Thursday, but it should be enough to shake Punjab's conscience. "Yannick passed away in the night

  • AI puts up 5 more Dreamliners for leaseback

    4 July, 2014 4:14 PM 9

    Air India will sell and lease back five of its new Dreamliners as part of cost-cutting measures and save substantial sums to pay off the bridge loans it has taken against these aircraft, official sources said. The national carrier has issued a tender inviting bids for the sale and leaseback of five Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners, which were delivered between

  • Will implement Food Security Act in 3-12 months, states say

    4 July, 2014 4:13 PM 9

    The Food Security Act is all set to go the Land Act way. The Centre has proposed some changes to the Food Security Act after a meeting with state ministers. The Centre is looking to expand the scope of the Act, it wants more entitlements for the beneficiaries. The finance minister met with state government officials to discuss food inflation and the possible

  • Govt provides clarity on social welfare spending for PSEs

    4 July, 2014 4:07 PM 8

    The government has said CSR activities pursued by public sector enterprises (PSEs) would be covered under the social welfare spending provisions of the new Companies Act. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) spending by central public sector undertakings (CPSEs) is based on the guidelines issued by the Department of Public Enterprises and efforts are on to harmonise

  • 19 Convicted for Running Child Thieves Racket in Paris

    4 July, 2014 4:07 PM 11

    Paris: A group of Romanians who trained children to steal wallets and mobile phones "on an industrial scale" in Paris received prison sentences of up to eight years on Friday. A total of 19 Romanian nationals, described in court as being of ethnic Roma heritage, were convicted in connection with the racket, along with three Moroccans who received and resold