TV3 The News 24th oct

Legendary singer, Manna Dey, passes away at 94….

,*Amitabh Bachchan: Manna Dey, stalwart of the music world, passes away. Flooded with memories and his songs. In particular his rendition of Madhushala.

*Shabana Azmi: Manna Dey had a unique voice.

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As a  tribute to this great singerWe at TV3 pay our respects by showcasing some of his wel -known songs.

One of India’s greatest singers….Lakh Lakh Saalam!!!!!

The Sun will rise and set a million times….BUT there will be only one ‘DEY’

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Manna Dey…..

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Tv3 The News 23rd Oct

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*India vs Australia 4th ODI LIVE SCORE:

Bailey-Maxwell push Australia to 295  Rain stops play…….

 

 

 

Pawar says onion rates to stay high for 2-3 weeks

Onion prices continued to hover at record highs of Rs. 90 per kg for the

third day on Wednesday with no sight of respite as Agriculture Minister

Sharad Pawar said rates will remain high for two-three more weeks.

 

 

 

*Centre seeks Maharashtra government’s view on reducing term of Sanjay Dutt

 

*No one in India in favour of war with Pakistan: Omar Abdullah

*Harsh Vardhan is BJP’s Manmohan Singh: AAP

*EC revises Mizoram assembly election schedule, polling now on November 25

 

*PM invites China’s Li to visit India

 

*Former Army Chief VK Singh faces ire of SC for contemptuous remarks.

Former Army Chief V.K. Singh was on Wednesday rapped by the Supreme Court

for allegedly making contemptuous remarks on its order on his age row, saying

one cannot be allowed to ‘scandalise’ the court and attribute motive to its verdict.

 

*Indian rupee snaps 3 days of losses; month-end dollar demand curbs gains

 

*Apple Bets on Fan Devotion in IPad Debut at Higher Price

 

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TV 3The News 22nd OCT

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*Congress denies Ramdev’s allegation of ‘conspiracy’ in kidnapping case

The Congress Party on Monday denied Baba Ramdev’s allegation

that the party was involved in framing his brother and ashram on

charges of kidnapping and said the yoga guru was in the habit of seeking publicity at any cost.

 

*Masood moves HC against conviction in medical seats case

Congress leader Rashid Masood on Tuesday moved the Delhi High Court

challenging his conviction and four-year jail term in a corruption case dating

back to 1990 that has just cost him his Rajya Sabha seat.

 

*Kiran Kumar Reddy will not quit Congress: Digvijaya Singh

Congess on Tuesday dismissed speculation that Andhra Pradesh

Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy was mulling to float a new party to

protest the decision to bifurcate the state.

 

 

*Coalgate: CBI seeks Hindalco files from PMO

CBI today wrote to PMO seeking all the records related to allocation of coal

block to Hindalco. Sources said the move came after filing of status report.

 

*Onion at Rs. 100 per kg in Patna, alarm bells ring in Delhi

Onion prices touched the politically-sensitive Rs. 100-a-kg mark

in Patna, forcing a worried Centre to ask all state governments to

come down heavily on hoarders.

 

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Nokia launches first tablet, new phablets

Nokia, whose handset division is to be acquired by Microsoft, launched

its first-ever tablet computer in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday.

TV3 The News 21st Oct

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*Jethmalani sues BJP parliamentary board members

Senior lawyer Ram Jethmalani on Monday sued the BJP’s parliamentary

board members, barring former prime minister Atal Behari Vajpayee and

Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi, for Rs. 50 lakh each for expelling

him from the party, TV channels are reporting.

 

*Cyclists in Indian cities being edged out: Sunita Narain

Hit by a car while cycling, environmental activist Sunita Narain on

Monday said cyclists in Indian cities are being edged out systematically to make way for cars.

 

*Rasheed Masood disqualified from Rajya Sabha

Congress leader Rasheed Masood was Monday

disqualified from the Rajya Sabha, following his conviction

in a corruption case.

 

*SC says no to Asaram’s plea to restrain media from reporting

The Supreme Court today refused to entertain a plea of self-styled

godman Asaram Bapu, arrested on charges of sexually assaulting a

minor, for restraining the media from covering the sexual assault case against him.

*Three killed in Egypt church attack

Cairo: At least three people were killed and nine injured

when gunmen opened fire at a wedding ceremony being

held in a church in a Cairo suburb late Sunday,

Al-Ahram daily reported on its website.

 

*India to launch Mahatma Gandhi Pravasi Suraksha Yojana in Dubai

India will launch its ambitious pension scheme, the Mahatma

Gandhi Pravasi Suraksha Yojana, for over five million overseas workers in Dubai next week.

 

*Plea in SC seeking PM’s affidavit on coal block allocation to Hindalco

An advocate on Monday sought the Supreme Court’s direction to the

Prime Minister to file an affidavit to make his stand clear on the FIR

filed against industrialist Kumar Mangalam Birla and former Coal

Secretary P C Parakh in a coal block allocation case.

 

 

 

TV3 The News 17 OCT

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Sensex hits 1-week low, down 132 points on

profit booking in TCS, Infosys…

Erasing early gains, BSE benchmark Sensex on

Thursday lost 132 points to close at a fresh one week low as

investors booked profits in bluechips led by TCS and Infosys

after these IT majors posted smart quarterly numbers

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Mumbai gang rape photojournalist faints in court

The 23-year-old photojournalist in the Mumbai gangrape case

identified her assaulters but later fainted inside the court during her four-hour deposition.

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Sonia Gandhi had tears, put food bill ahead of illness: Rahul Gandhi.

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi said Thursday his mother Sonia

Gandhi, despite being ill, was more concerned about passing the

“historic” food security bill that ensures subsidised food for the poor and hungry.

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2G: Supreme Court orders CBI probe on Radia tapes

Observing that tapped telephonic conversations between Niira Radia,

politicians and others prima facie revealed “deep-rooted malice”,

the Supreme Court on Thursday ordered CBI probe into six issues relating

to corrupt practices being adopted.

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Munde’s “downfall” has started with MCA setback: NCP

Reacting to senior BJP leader Gopinath Munde’s ouster from

the election tothe post of the president of Mumbai Cricket Association, NCP

today said it was the beginning of his downfall.

BJP MLA Bhartendu Singh arrested for Muzaffarnagar riots

The communal clashes in Muzaffarnagar and adjoining areas

claimed 62 lives and displaced over 40,000 people. The Bharatiya Janata

Party legislator Kunwar Bhartendu Singh, accused of inciting

last month riots in Muzaffarnagar, was on Thursday apprehended by

Uttar Pradesh police and sent to 14-day judicial custody.

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Odisha CM Patnaik wrote to PM to approve coal blocks for Hindalco

In a new twist to the coal blocks allocation scam the Central Bureau

of Investigation (CBI) is now looking into the role of Odisha

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik in the case.

 

 

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India tops new global slavery index

About 14 million Indians are living in conditions of modern-day slavery, nearly half of 30 million across the world, according to the first Global Slavery Index published today.

 

The aftermath of Cyclone Phailin

The high speed winds and raging waters that cyclone Phailin brought to Odisha have wrought havoc in the state. Pictures of places worst affected by the cyclone, including those that might take years to recover fully.

 

 

 

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TV3 The News 16th Oct

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Happennings

2nd One dayer,,,’RVD’ pulverise Oz….

Rohit, Virat  Dhawan -chase 360 with the loss of one wicket to win the second one dayer.Rohit not out 141,Virat Kohli not out 100 ….Shikar dhawan Out 95……

 

2nd ODI LIVE SCORE: Openers put India on track

*Narendra Modi as PM? Will be elated, says LK Advani

Ahmedabad: Putting to rest the speculations of a rift, veteran Bharatiya

Janata Party (BJP) leader LK Advani on Wednesday praised Gujarat Chief

Minister Narendra Modi and said that he will be happy if the latter

becomes the next prime minister of India.

*PM cannot escape responsibility in coal scam: Opposition

Latching on to comments by former coal secretary P C Parakh,

the opposition on Wednesday targeted Prime Minister Manmohan

Singh, saying he cannot escape responsibility.

*Congress acts on hoardings depicting Sonia Gandhi as ill.

The Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee on Wednesday issued

notices to its office bearers in Allahabad for putting up hoardings

depicting Congress president Sonia Gandhi as “beemar” (ill).

*300 experts for restoration of power supply in Odisha.

More than 300 experts are being hired by the Union Power Ministry

for restoration of electric supply in cyclone-hit Odisha and Andhra Pradesh.

World Bank joins league to cut India’s GDP growth projection to sub-5% for FY14.

Amid optimism by the Finance Ministry about India clocking over five%

economic growth in 2013-14, the World Bank today joined various agencies

in cutting the GDP expansion to sub-5%.

*Goa to withdraw controversial RTI circular.

Parrikar’s comments come a day after the Goa government Tuesday

issued the circular which made it mandatory for Right to Information

applicants to furnish an affidavit swearing their Indian nationality.

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TV3 The News 14th Oct

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Thane City Happennings…..

TMC blamed for closure of Mulla Baug nature park

The Mulla Baug Nisarg Udyan (nature’s park) along Ghodbunder

Road was recently closed due to lack of maintenance.

 

Ulhasnagar builder killed, business rivalry suspected

A builder was found murdered in his office in Section 17, Ulhasnagar, on

Sunday morning. The police suspect business rivalry to be behind the killing

of Sajandas Mulchandani (57), whose body had stab wounds.

 

Thane RTO cracks down on overloading, fines 3,000 trucks

City motorists using the highways are often troubled after overloaded

heavy transport vehicles breakdown midway and cause traffic snarls.

 

Six-month suspension to three for ragging

Three of the six medical students from Rajiv Gandhi Medical

College at Kalwa, facing charges of ragging a new-entrant in the

college hostel on September 27, have been suspended for six months.

 

Now, traffic information is just a click away for motorists

With an aim of providing traffic-related information to motorists,

Thane traffic department has come up with a website called

thanetrafficpolice.org and Traffline, a mobile application that can be downloaded for free.

 

 

Sports earlier in Thane……

Local athletes shine at state karate meet

Local athletes from the city made a mark at the recently held

state-level Budokan karate championship organized by Budokan

Karate Association of Maharashtra at Koli Samaj Hall, which saw over 300

participants.

 

Thane girl makes a mark in Thane Mayor Cup

Thane girl Shruti Amrute had a good run in the Thane Mayor Cup

2nd national ranking table tennis tournament, which was held at Dadoji Konddev stadium.

 

Sulochanadevi Singhania School wins basketball championship

Sulochanadevi Singhania School captured four out of six titles in the

inter-school basketball tourney.Hiranandani Foundation School and Billabong School got a title apiece.

 

*MP temple stampede: 115 killed; Cong asks CM to quit

*Sensex, Nifty attain 3-1/2-week high

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Cyclone Phailin aftermath: rain, floods expected, Bihar on alert.

*Two Odisha districts hit by floods after Cyclone Phailin; 2.5 lakh marooned.

*Higher veg prices push retail inflation up to 9.84% in Sept.

*Gujarat Police takes Asaram Bapu to Ahmedabad for interrogation.

*RIL Q2 net profit rises 1.5%; revenue at Rs.1.03 trillion

*Kapil Sibal flags jurisdiction issue in cyber security laws

 

 

 

 

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