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TTV’s bypoll win leaves AIADMK red-faced 
Date: 25 Dec 2017
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A large-margin victory for the VK Sasikala family in the RK Nagar bypoll swiftly led to bigger questions over the longevity of the O Panneerselvam-Edappadi Palaniswami-led AIADMK especially with Dhinakaran and many of his prominent aides asserting the government will be toppled in a span of three months Speaking to reporters in Madurai on Sunday before he returned to Chennai, TTV Dhinakaran, who contested as an independent and won, said: "The p
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Apple has admitted that it takes some measures to slow down the performance of older phones. 
Date: 21 Dec 2017
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 If you think your older iPhone seems to run slower, you`re not crazy. Apple on Wednesday said a software feature released last year makes your phone operate more slowly to offset problems with its aging lithium ion battery. As batteries get older, they don`t hold their charges as well as newer batteries, and can have worse problems when the charge is low or the temperature is cold. Apple said in a statement:   &nbs
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Saudi Arabia says it intercepts Houthi missile fired towards Riyadh, no reported damage 
Date: 19 Dec 2017
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RIYADH: Saudi air defences intercepted a ballistic missile fired towards the capital Riyadh on Tuesday but there were no reports of casualties, the Saudi-led coalition said, the latest in a series of attacks by an Iran-aligned group in Yemen. A spokesperson for the Houthi movement said a ballistic missile targeted the royal court at al-Yamama palace, where a meeting of Saudi leaders was under way. There was no official word on this assertio
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Bill to replace the existing apex medical education regulator, Medical Council of India, (MCI) with a new body 
Date: 16 Dec 2017
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NEW DELHI: The Union Cabinet on Friday cleared the national medical commission bill, which seeks to reduce red tape in medical education and give the government a say in fixing fees in up to 40% of seats in private medical colleges. The bill seeks to replace the existing apex medical education regulator, Medical Council of India, (MCI) with a new body in an effort to increase transparency in the wake of corruption cases with regard to admi
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Eastern Peripheral eWay to be thrown open from January 26 - Easing Of Traffic in Delhi Expected 
Date: 12 Dec 2017
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The EPE, which was originally expected to be launched by August 15 this year, faced blockades from farmers in Noida, Uttar Pradesh over compensation for land acquisition resulting in delays for several months The union ministry for road transport and highways hopes to make Delhi traffic-congestion free by Republic Day next year as it plans to throw open Eastern Peripheral Expressway (EPE) by January 26 2018. “Our completion targ
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