Top News Headlines of 10 August 2014

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  • PM Narendra Modi said on Saturday that BJP’s political rivals have refused to learn appropriate lessons from their drubbing in the Lok Sabha polls and are persisting with ‘vote-bank politics’, a remark which appeared to be aimed at Congress.
  • The CBI has launched a probe into IDBI bank’s Rs 950 crore loan to now defunct Kingfisher Airlines, part of the UB group promoted by liquor baron Vijay Mallya, despite the airline’s negative credit ratings and net worth. “It was first exposure to the bank.
  • Noida or Ghaziabad will soon get such a facility fit to host IPL and limited-over matches. Uttar Pradesh is set to get three cricket stadiums of international standard.
  • Tarun Tyagi, 18, doesn’t come from Shahdara to South Extension for English lessons to crack Shakespeare. Enrolled at DU’s School of Open Learning (Hindi medium) and graduate of a Hindimedium government school, he is after “functional“ English to face interviews and finally qualify IELTS.
  • DJB’s production rises to 842.9MGD: This year, Delhi Jal Board’s water production has touched a high of 842.9 million gallons per day, against a normal production of 830835MGD.
  • Friendly app for Chinese expats: Of the many challenges of living abroad, culture shock and homesickness are perhaps the easiest to deal with. Things get tougher, though, when it comes to finding one’s way about in an alien setting.
  • Israel, better watch out! The US is going all out to shoot down the Israeli ‘Spike’ anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) with its own ‘Javelin’ missile in the lucrative Indian arms market. Given the size of the Indian ATGM project — upwards of $3 billion — Israel is sure to strike back.
  • FB boss threatened to behead staff: A new book claims Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg used to threaten to behead under-performing staff with a Japanese samurai sword.
  • India Thrashed By An Innings & 54 Runs As Batsmen Refuse To Fight: The fifth and final Test begins at the Oval on Independence Day.
  • World C’ship: Star grapplers Sushil Kumar and Yogeshwar Dutt have decided to skip the FILA World Wrestling Championships to be held next month in Tashkent, Uzbekistan to avoid injuries and preserve themselves for the upcoming Asian Games.
  • World Cup – Archers In Line For Three Gold Medals: Indian Men’s And Women’s recurve teams stormed into the finals in the Archery World Cup Stage IV in Wroclaw, Poland.
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Top News Headlines of 10 August 2014
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