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Interview: Don't treat players as machines, says hockey great Pargat Singh

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ibnlive.com - Pargat Singh is considered the Kapil Dev of Indian hockey, never minced his words and as a captain always expected maximum effort from his players. What the Kapils and Pargats knew the best during ...

Butterfly-inspired technique could make solar energy cheaper - The Times of India

timesofindia.indiatimes.com - LONDON: Mimicking the v-shaped posture adopted by a butterfly species to heat up its flight muscles before take-off, the amount of power produced by solar panels can increase by almost 50 percent, ...

Our national security is in jeopardy

blogs.timesofindia.indiatimes.com - I am truly scared for my country. Our police and armed forces are being compromised by bleeding heart liberals from the media and the Congress party that seem to be on Pakistan’s side. We don’t nee...

BJP puts up posters, questions Kejriwal's splurge on advertisements - The Times of India

timesofindia.indiatimes.com - NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has put up a series of hoardings across Delhi questioning Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP government's expenditure on its advertisement campaign. The hoardings a...

Cops to get bugs from abroad to snoop on crooks - The Times of India

timesofindia.indiatimes.com - NEW DELHI: Delhi Police is set to procure snooping devices to track the movement of criminals, sources said. The move comes in the wake of a rising trend among organized gangs of avoiding the use o...

Congress Hits Back at Rajnath Singh on 'Hindu Terror' Remark

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ndtv.com - New Delhi:  The Congress today launched a scathing attack on Home Minister Rajnath Singh, accusing him of diversionary tactics a day after he accused the previous UPA government of "weakening India...

Negligence costs boy his leg, 4 docs barred for a mth - The Times of India

timesofindia.indiatimes.com - NEW DELHI: Delhi Medical Council on Friday barred four doctors—two each from Hindu Rao and Safdarjung hospitals—from practising for the next one month. They were found guilty of medical negligence ...

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US to create world's fastest computer by 2025 - The Times of India

timesofindia.indiatimes.com - US President Barack Obama has announced an ambitious plan to build the world's fastest computer, a machine capable of speeds far beyond technology's current reach, in a bid to enlarge the frontiers...

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