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August 14, 2022

Rushdie continues to be on ventilator, may lose an eye

BRITISH author Salman Rushide is likely to lose an eye even as he continues to be on ventilator with damaged liver following Friday’s brutal stabbing onstage in New York, the Mumbai-born writer’s agent Andrew Wylie said on Saturday. “The news is not good. He will likely lose one eye; the nerves in his arm were severed; and his liver was stabbed and damaged,” Wylie said.

Rushdie continues to be on ventilator, may lose an eye

1 min

WELFARE SCHEMES NOT FREEBIES, SAYS STALIN

JOINING the debate on freebies offered by political parties, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin on Saturday said spending on education and healthcare of the public cannot be described as “freebies”.

WELFARE SCHEMES NOT FREEBIES, SAYS STALIN

1 min

Sea of tricolour as city soaks in I-Day fervour

Govt lights up prominent buildings, organises events to mark event

Sea of tricolour as city soaks in I-Day fervour

2 mins

PUNCH POWER: BOOSTING CONFIDENCE, ONE MOVE AT A TIME

A programme run by police in the Maoist-affected Rohtas district gives free training to girls in self-defence, making them feel more safe and secure, writes Ramashankar

PUNCH POWER: BOOSTING CONFIDENCE, ONE MOVE AT A TIME

2 mins

Sri Lanka may get India’s Dornier 228 aircraft on 15th

A Dornier 228 surveillance aircraft of the Indian Navy is expected to be inducted into the Sri Lankan Air Force on Aug. 15, a day before China's research vessel Yuan Wang 5 docks in at Hambantota.

Sri Lanka may get India’s Dornier 228 aircraft on 15th

2 mins

Army commander takes security review along LoC

Lt Gen Upendra Dwivedi hoists 72-ft high Tricolour at Keran village

Army commander takes security review along LoC

1 min

Women on roads, Taliban uses violence against them

TALIBAN fighters beat women protesters and fired into the air as they violently dispersed a rare rally in the Afghan capital, days ahead of the first anniversary of the hardline Islamists' return to power.

Women on roads, Taliban uses violence against them

1 min

Unvaccinated Djokovic out of US Open tune-up in Cincinnati

UNCERTAIN TIMES

Unvaccinated Djokovic out of US Open tune-up in Cincinnati

2 mins

Celebrating gift of life after close call

A year on since bone marrow infection, Zimbabwe all-rounder Raza has turned things around for himself and team

Celebrating gift of life after close call

3 mins

Independent Island Republics and the Idea of India

The honourable Prime Minister of India has asked every Indian to put the Tricolour on their social media profiles and host the National Flag at every home. Being a patriotic Indian, I have dutifully done so and changed my profile on social media with the picture of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of our nation and a tricolour flag.

Independent Island Republics and the Idea of India

3 mins

Of Flag, False Pride and Failures

It is heartening to see Prime Narendra Modi trying to make 'Har Ghar Tiranga' a movement with the avowed intention of deepening the citizens' connect with the National Flag.

Of Flag, False Pride and Failures

3 mins

Love and Other Drugs

New substances that help you fall and stay in love in addition to salvaging a failing relationship may hit the shelves in the next five years

Love and Other Drugs

2 mins

‘Was Difficult to Play an 18-Year-Old’

Aamir Khan speaks to Shama Bhagat about his new film, Laal Singh Chaddha, working with Kareena Kapoor Khan after 12 years, and launching his son Junaid

‘Was Difficult to Play an 18-Year-Old’

3 mins

Sri Lanka allows Chinese ship to dock at its port

Colombo says vessel allowed to dock for replenishment purposes

Sri Lanka allows Chinese ship to dock at its port

2 mins

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The Morning Standard Newspaper Description:

PublisherExpress Network Private Limited

CategoryNewspaper

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyDaily

The Morning Standard is an English-language newspaper published by Express Network Private Limited in India. The newspaper is published in six Indian cities: New Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Chennai, and Hyderabad.

The Morning Standard covers a wide range of news and topics, including:

* National and international news: The newspaper covers the latest news from India and around the world, including politics, business, sports, and entertainment.
* Opinion and analysis: The newspaper features opinion pieces and analysis from leading experts on a variety of topics.
* Features: The newspaper also features features on a variety of topics, such as lifestyle, culture, and travel.

The Morning Standard is known for its in-depth reporting and insightful analysis. It is a valuable resource for anyone who wants to stay informed about the latest news and events from India and around the world.

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