Saturday, October 17, 2015

17-Oct-2015 14:22

Apollo Tyres sets sights again on U.S. expansion :: url:

Rape film banned in India gets Meryl Streep's backing for Oscar :: url:

Photographic education for all :: What is a 21st century photographer?

Hip operation for woman aged 112 :: The oldest person in Britain, Gladys Hooper from the Isle of Wight, has a hip replacement at the age of 112.

Amazon poised to win big as India launches annual festive shopping spree :: url:

Supreme Court scuttles Modi's judicial reform move :: url:

Graffiti in "Homeland" takes aim at show's alleged racism :: url:

India drug industry says U.S.-led trade deal will raise prices :: url:

Profile: Abdullah al-Senussi :: Profile of Abdullah al-Senussi, former intelligence chief of Libya's Col Gaddafi.

Turkey shoots down drone near Syria, U.S. suspects Russian origin :: url:

Supergrass star nominated for Mercury :: Former Supergrass frontman Gaz Coombes is nominated for the Mercury Music Prize, 20 years after his band's debut album made the shortlist.

Both police and protesters blamed for brutality in Nepal protests :: url:

BJP leader urges Muslims to give up eating beef :: url:

Home nations target World Cup semis :: Wales, Ireland and Scotland aim for the World Cup semi-finals on a seismic weekend of rugby in Twickenham and Cardiff.

Modi to open 70-year-old secret files in challenge to Gandhi dynasty :: url:

Green worries keep foreign banks away from $3.3 billion Coal India sale :: url:

Oil rises after week of heavy losses :: url:

VIDEO: Robots learn to fall gracefully :: Researchers have developed an algorithm to help robots fall more gracefully, to protect them from damage.

Malaysia arrests hacker for supplying U.S. targets to Islamic State :: url:

VIDEO: Is life possible on the south pole of the Moon? :: Dr James Carpenter of the European Space Agency explains why an unexplored area of the moon may be rich in resources for a human colony.

Europe and Russia plan Moon mission :: The European and Russian space agencies are to send the first spacecraft to land near the south pole of the Moon, to lay the groundwork for a possible permanent settlement.

Natural gas pipeline explodes in South Texas; no injuries :: url:

10 things we didn't know last week :: People who like black coffee are more likely to be psychopaths, and more news nuggets

Insight: Mauritius eyes Africa as pressure mounts on offshore business :: url:

Two new Ebola cases in Guinea :: The World Health Organisation (WHO) has confirmed two new cases of Ebola in Guinea, ending a two-week spell in which no new infections had been reported.

Tata Steel to cut 1,200 jobs at Scunthorpe - UK union source :: url:

Exclusive: Silicon Valley IPO market boom winding down :: url:

Faithless score third number one album :: Dance act Faithless score the third number one album of their careers, while Justin Bieber spends a fifth week at the top of the singles chart.

IndiGo eyes up to $510 million in India's biggest IPO in three years - sources :: url:

Nestle's India unit says new tests find Maggi noodles safe :: url:

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