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Of a real take on leadership Open in new window
The Hindu
Ethics may seem irrelevant at some stages of leadership, but leaders who really want to command respect will have to be ethical, T.S. Krishnamurthy, former chief election commissioner, said on Thur...

Publicise apology, Mayor told Open in new window
The Hindu
She made derogatory remarks after conviction of Jayalalithaa

Shortage of manpower, drugs the bane of ICUs Open in new window
The Hindu
In a city that boasts of world-class healthcare facilities attracting international patients, getting immediate treatment at many government hospitals is not easy for the common man. This was prove...

Tinsel Town: Finding a ghost?s voice Open in new window
The Hindu
What sort of voice would suit a ghost? To find an answer to that, filmmaker Mysskin, whose paranormal thriller Pissasu is hitting the screens today, sent his assistant directors on a...

Students suffer as colleges flout rules Open in new window
The Hindu
Universities could come together to resolve the issue, says expert

Trash bins runneth over Open in new window
The Hindu
Friends of Chennai, a social initiative, was The Hindu?s gift to the city on its 375th birthday. FoC seeks to serve as a vehicle for residents? hopes and concerns about the city. Today?s column takes a look at the garbage woes that frequently swamp various areas

Higher yield may bring down price of rice Open in new window
The Hindu
With Tamil Nadu farmers aiming for an all-time record production of grains this year, the focus turns to the impact of a bumper harvest on the price of rice. The opinion is divided among a c...

SpiceJet takes off, but suffers hiccups Open in new window
The Hindu
At least eight flights at KIA were cancelled on Thursday

Swastik Metro Station: HC notice to BMRCL, Mantri Group, BBMP Open in new window
The Hindu
The Karnataka High Court on Thursday ordered issue of notices to various authorities on a PIL petition questioning the legality of the Public Private Partnership (PPP) agreement for construction of...

Khan donates 30,000 pounds shorts to Peshawar school Open in new window
Source Icon Reuters
LONDON (Reuters) - Boxer Amir Khan will donate a pair of 30,000 pounds ($47,007) shorts to the Peshawar school in Pakistan where 132 children were killed by Taliban gunmen earlier this week.

Tough competition from cab aggregators Open in new window
The Hindu
The traditional tourist taxi sector is struggling to keep pace with the pricing of the application-based cab aggregators. Representatives of the industry said that the survival of the industry was...

Day-care centres, crèchesto be regulated in State Open in new window
The Hindu
Draft norms framed as per NECCE Policy

Sagayam begins inspection of quarry sites Open in new window
The Hindu
Escorted by more than 20 policemen, the High Court-appointed Legal Commissioner, U. Sagayam, began his inspection of quarry sites at Tiruvathavur on Thursday as part of his probe into the illegal...

Poll panel to hold meeting to discuss BBMP elections Open in new window
The Hindu
The BBMP council?s term ends in March 2015

Panel to be formed to suggest ways to increase BBMP revenue Open in new window
The Hindu
Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Thursday said steps would be taken to increase the sources of revenue of Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP). An expert committee would be formed to suggest way...

Mehdi?s counsel to move for bail shortly Open in new window
The Hindu
The techie has been remanded in police custody for 15 days

Accountant shot at thrice, robbed of Rs 7.3 lakh Open in new window
The Hindu
An accountant of a private auto firm was shot at thrice by a trio who snatched Rs. 7.3 lakh from him at Pillagumpe Industrial Estate, Hoskote on Thursday afternoon. The accountant, Veerendra Gupta...

Social shopping takes off in Asia Open in new window
Source Icon BBC - South Asia
The latest trend driving Asian spending sprees

Sethuraman takes National Premier title Open in new window
The Hindu
Chennai Grandmaster S.P. Sethuraman, the second seed, played out a 15-move draw and to emerge a clear winner and clinch his maiden National Premier chess title here on Thursday. He tallied 8.5 poi...

Memorable debut for Stiaan van Zyl Open in new window
The Hindu
Double for Amla as South Africa piles it on on a rain-hit day

Madhya Pradesh: 14-month toddler trapped in borewell dies Open in new window
Source Icon DNA - India
A 14-month-old toddler died after falling and getting trapped inside a deep borewell, as a marathon rescue operation mounted by the Army and district officials ended in failure near Chhattarpur on Thursday night. The toddler accidentally fell into the borewell while playing in an agriculture field last evening at village Lidhora under Bhagwa Police station area in the district. He was stuck at a depth of about 18 feet, said Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) Ravindra Choukse. District officials launched a rescue operation to save the child, Krishna Lodhi, and later, Army jawans were also pressed into service. The rescue team dug a parallel pit with the help of JCB machines. However, the operation was hampered due to the presence of a large stone which rescuers later managed to break to reach to the boy and he was taken at out around 9 PM, Choukse said. The child was rushed to Bada Malhera Government Hospital, where doctors declared him brought dead, he said. A medical team constantly supplied oxygen to the trapped boy with the help of a pipe, but it was not enough to save him. The borewell was dug about two months back and when no water was found, it was abandoned. The field housing the borewell belongs to a labourer, who was not in the village when the incident occurred, a local resident said. ReportIndiaPTIChhattarpur (MP)Toddlerborewelldeathinfant deathsMadhya PradeshFriday, 19 December 2014 - 1:34amFriday, 19 December 2014 - 1:37am Representational ImageRNA Research &

Rape, rhetoric and reality Open in new window
The Hindu
A statistically faulty focus on rape has led to a misdiagnosis and a worsening of India?s real problem: women?s autonomy

Karnataka CJ to decide on size of Bench Open in new window
The Hindu
Need 30 days to complete arguments, counsel tells court

It was a pleasure coaching FC Goa: Zico Open in new window
The Hindu
FOOTBALL/ The Brazilian says he intends to return next season

Varsha-Aishwarya juggernaut rolls on Open in new window
The Hindu
There was no stopping the Varsha Gautham-Aishwarya Nedunchezhiyan juggernaut. The duo won all the three races in the 29er class with impressive leads on the second day of the India International R...

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