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  1. SC asks TN govt to pay `2 crore to girl for loss of visionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Hindustan Times

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered compensation up to `2 crore for a family whose daughter lost her eyesight at birth because of negligence by a government hospital in Chennai. A bench of Justices JS Kehar and SA Bobde dismissed an appeal by the Tamil Nadu government challenging a National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission order granting compensation of `5 lakh to the family.

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  2. Uber expands to 7 more cities, turns heat on OlaRead the original story

    Wednesday | Mydigitalfc.com

    Car-hailing app operator Uber would expand its services to seven more cities in the country turning up the heat on rival Ola that has covered nearly 100 cities. The fresh round of network expansion makes India the largest market for Uber after its home base US.

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  3. Ashington pirate-hunter Nick Dunn's hopes for freedom dashed after told he will face trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Chronicle Live

    Ashington former paratrooper Nick Dunn told how he had been left shattered following the news he would have to wait a further six months for a trial Pirate-hunter Nick Dunn says his hopes for freedom have been dashed after being told he will face a trial in India over terror charges. The 29-year-old was released from an Indian prison a year ago when charges for gun running filed against him were quashed.

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  4. Agriya declares a supreme offer for its product Burrow- the clone of AirbnbRead the original story

    Wednesday | PR Log

    Agriya presents its Airbnb clone script-Burrow with a special offer which assists the budding entrepreneurs to excel in the vacation rental business rapidly. PRLog - July 1, 2015 - CHENNAI, India -- Agriya comes forward with an exclusive offer for its excellent Burrow script, a clone of Airbnb, for the promising entrepreneurs to outperform in the vacation rental industry with ease.

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  5. Interest cost dent auto sales, marginal rise in JuneRead the original story

    Wednesday | Nerve News

    " Two-wheeler major Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India's sales grew by eight percent and stood at 348,793 units from 323,136 units sold in June, 2014." New Delhi/Chennai, July 1 - Lenders' reluctance to lower interest rates continued to dent the Indian automobile sector as first-time buyers and fleet operators were deterred by stubbornly high financing cost during June.

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  6. Metro Cash & Carry Opens Its 4th Outlet in home city BengaluruRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Newkerala.com

    German business-to-business wholesaler Metro Cash & Carry is expanding its presence in s home city of Bengaluru, by opening its 4th wholesale outlet in the city at ETA Namma Mall in Binnypet. The new Binnypet outlet will be Metro s 18th in the country, and reaffirms the companys plans to expand its network of distribution centres to about 50 by 2020.

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  7. Uber expands footprint in India, launches in 7 new citiesRead the original story

    Wednesday | Newkerala.com

    Uber has expanded its footprint in the Indian market with the simultaneous launch in 7 new cities-Bhubaneswar, Coimbatore, Indore, Mysore, Nagpur, Surat and Visakhapatnam. This is the largest number of new international cities Uber has ever launched simultaneously, and underscores our commitment towards transforming urban mobility across India.

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  8. Huawei to sell broadband devices in open marketRead the original story

    Wednesday | Mydigitalfc.com

    Chinese telecom gear maker Huawei will sell its broadband networking devices including wifi modems, routers, dongles in open market in India and is targeting to capture 40 per cent market share. "Our aim is to provide cost-effective features for Home & SOHO customersacross India through our strong distributor network on both online and offline platform.

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  9. Alstoma s First Metro in India Entered Commercial ServiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Mass Transit

    On June 29, Alstom 's first metro in India entered commercial service in the city of Chennai on the first phase of line 2 from Koyambedu to Alandur, which covers 10 kilometres and includes 8 stations. Present at the inauguration were Hon'ble Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Pankaj Kumar Bansal, managing director, Chennai Metro Rail Limited , Bharat Salhotra, managing director, Alstom Transport India, as well as key government officials and other prominent dignitaries.

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  10. Google Maps update for Kolkata and 11 other Indian citiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | India Auto News

    Google Maps has added more Indian cities on its list bringing updates on real-time traffic to 12 cities in the country. It was in September 2012 that Google Maps initially introduced live traffic updates for Indian cities.

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  11. CADA to send proposal for construction of godownRead the original story

    Wednesday | Star of Mysore

    Mysuru, July 1- The CADA which held its maiden meeting here yesterday, passed a resolution to seek Government funds to enable the Water Consumer Co-operative Societies to build godowns for themselves. The meeting chaired by CADA Chairman C.Dasegowda, deliberated on the financial problems that the Water Consumer Co-operative Societies are facing.

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  12. Bravo cleared by BCCIRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Trinidad Guardian

    The ICC's Anti-corruption and Security Unit is understood to have found no corroborating evidence against the three international cricketers including T&T's Dwayne Bravo, who had been accused by former IPL chairman Lalit Modi of having received affluent gifts, in cash and kind, from an Indian businessman. The ICC has not officially commented on the ACSU's investigation but it was alluded to by the BCCI yesterday, which said it had not received any information from the ICC and hence believed the players had been given a clean sheet.

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  13. Indian student wins US fellowship for LGBT researchRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Times of India

    LOS ANGELES: An Indian girl student in the US has received a LGBT scholarship from the prestigious California University in Berkely to study how political issues brought new notions of sexual identity in India. Shakthi Nataraj, who grew up in Chennai has been awarded with 'The Philip Brett LGBT Studies Fellowship' that honours the memory of Philip Brett who is considered a pioneer of lesbian and gay musicology.

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  14. Within 1 Year of Its Launch; a(P)ertain Bags "Most Promising SDK Award" at #Gmasa 2015Read the original story

    Wednesday | PR.com

    Registering its presence at the global mobile tech industry, A ertain, a Mobile Customer Engagement platform leads the pack by winning the 'Most Promising SDK of the Year' award by #GMASA 2015 . Source: @THEGMASA; http://chennai2015.gmasa.org/ Chennai, India, July 01, 2015 -- -- A ertain offering a Mobile Customer Engagement Platform, has received the GMASA 2015 award for the "Most Promising SDK of the Year"; top award in the Mobile App SDK of the year category.

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  15. Indian stock market daily morning reportRead the original story

    Wednesday | StockMarketsReview.com

    Markets Today - Markets snapped two-day losing streak amid a rally in late trades led by defensive shares while positive cues from Asian peers also boosted sentiment. Meanwhile, investors remained cautious as Greece is likely to default on the deadline for debt payment to International Monetary Fund , which is due today.

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  16. Scots pirate hunter meets his newborn son for first time after his...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Daily Record

    YVONNE MacHugh takes baby to see ex-paratrooper Billy Irving who is caught in legal limbo in India after being held in hell-hole prison. A SCOTS pirate hunter met his newborn son for the first time after his partner travelled to India to visit him.

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  17. UK men face India weapons trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Newsday

    Six British men unable to leave India for the past two years despite charges against them being dropped have been told they must face trial after all. His lawyer Petula James said she was "disappointed" by the news and the case could take up to six months to get to court.

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  18. Ashington man Nick Dunn to face retrial in India 'in the next six months' court rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Chronicle Live

    The Supreme Court in India has reportedly told Mr Dunn's lawyers he will face a retrial over charges of possessing illegal weapons Nick Dunn was released from an Indian prison a year ago when charges for gun running filed against him were quashed. The Afghanistan and Iraq veteran was working for a US firm protecting ships in pirate-infested seas when Indian authorities seized their vessel.

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  19. UGC releases list of fake universitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Times of India

    COIMBATORE; The University Grants Commission, the apex body for higher education, on Wednesday published a list of fake universities in the country for the benefit of students. A total of 21 universities have been listed by the UGC.

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  20. Fight continues to get Ashington paratrooper Nick Dunn home with MP Ian Lavery making demandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Chronicle Live

    Indian courts due to reopen today as efforts are stepped up to return Ashington paratrooper Nick Dunn back to the North East Hopes are high that a paratrooper's ongoing fight to return home could move forward as courts in India prepare to reopen on Wednesday. It comes after Wansbeck MP Ian Lavery made an impassioned speech in Parliament demanding more is done to bring pirate hunter Nick Dunn back to the North East.

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