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Revealed Stanislas Wawrinkas secret to decode Novak Djokovic in grand slams
The Swiss world number four is a two-time defending champion at Chennai Open and he was eyeing a hat-trick of titles.
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Natalie Portman looks for a strong female lead
Actress Natalie Portman says she is "not interested" in watching movies without women in strong roles.
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Pakistani cinemas gear up to embrace Bollywood again?
Things have not been great between Bollywood and the Pakistani film industry lately, all due to terrorism and political tensions. But, it seems like the scenario is getting better across the border as the screening of Indian films has reportedly been allowed in the neighbouring country.
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Nuclear weapons should be prohibited: Chinese President
Chinese President Xi Jinping said that nations should strive for a world where nuclear weapons are prohibited and where existing stocks are destroyed.
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Coffee may help you live longer
New research suggests that drinking coffee can be helpful in increasing a person's life span.
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First Premier League club to appoint counter terror chief
Manchester United has become the first club in Premier League to appoint a counter terrorism manager.
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Madhavan, Pawan Kalyan to speak at India Conference at Harvard
Actor R Madhavan and Tollywood star Pawan Kalyan have been chosen as speakers at India Conference to be held at Harvard University next month.
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India fuel consumption to hit 200 million tonnes in 2016/17
Oil ministry executive said that India's fuel consumption is likely to hit 200 million tonnes in 2016/17, in what would be the highest such level in at least 16 years.
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World's most dynamic places Bengaluru tops
Six Indian cities have made it to the world's 30 most dynamic places that have the ability to embrace technological change, absorb rapid population growth and strengthen global connectivity, with Bengaluru topping the chart. Cities in India, China and Vietnam, along with several in the US, head the list of world's fastest changing cities in JLL's fourth annual City Momentum Index. Other Indian cities in the list are Hyderabad at the 5th position, Pune (13), Chennai (18), Delhi (23) and Mumbai (25). Asia Pacific cities comprise half the top 30 fastest-changing cities.
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