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Slice of Di wedding cake sold  (31 August 04:47 am) 
Los Angeles, Aug. 30 (AP): A 33-year-old slice of cake from Prince Charles and Princess Diana\'s 1981 wedding has sold at auction for $1,375.
China warns of HK 'meddling'  (31 August 04:47 am) 
Beijing, Aug. 30 (Reuters): China has warned against any foreign interference ahead of a crucial ruling on the city\'s political future tomorrow, saying Beijing will not tolerate the use of Hong Kong
Chelsea to quit job for family  (31 August 04:47 am) 
New York, Aug. 30 (PTI): Chelsea Clinton, daughter of former President Bill Clinton, has decided to quit her job as a TV journalist to focus on her family\'s charity foundation and to prepare for the
Ukraine: Russia tanks flatten town  (31 August 04:47 am) 
Kiev/Brussels, Aug. 30 (Reuters): Ukraine said today Russian tanks had flattened a small border town and pro-Russian rebels had made fresh gains in its east, as EU leaders signalled they were ready to
Baby dies after being 'forgotten in car'  (31 August 04:47 am) 
Aug. 30: A 16-month-old baby has died after being forgotten by one of its parents in the back of the family car.
Venice, Aug. 30 (Reuters): Al Pacino fended off suggestions today that because he plays depressed characters in two movies shown at the Venice Film Festival he must have a special affinity for such
Islamabad, Aug. 30: One woman was killed in police firing and several protesters injured tonight after thousands of demonstrators armed with lathis broke through security cordons and marched towards
'Call me Bipan, not prof'  (31 August 03:49 am) 
Medical records will blame ill health but, to many who knew him, it was the mind that gave up in the end.
Border violations spark Arun tough talk  (31 August 03:49 am) 
New Delhi, Aug. 30: Defence and finance minister Arun Jaitley today sounded a warning on the situation along the borders with Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir, describing a spurt in ceasefire violations
Court fines Sheila  (31 August 03:49 am) 
New Delhi, Aug. 30 (PTI): A Delhi court today slapped a fine of Rs 3 lakh on Sheila Dikshit for failing to appear before it in a defamation case filed by the former chief minister against BJP leader
Vishwas claim betrays AAP nerves  (31 August 03:49 am) 
New Delhi, Aug. 30: Aam Aadmi Party leader Kumar Vishwas today said the BJP had offered him the Delhi chief minister\'s post to defect, the claim coming a day after his colleague Yogendra Yadav charged
Kirron leads censor race  (31 August 03:49 am) 
New Delhi, Aug. 30: Actress and BJP MP Kirron Kher is the Centre\'s top choice to chair the censor board, which has been mired in controversy since its chief executive officer Rakesh Kumar was arrested
Gita gift to Abe amid hard bargain  (31 August 03:49 am) 
New Delhi, Aug. 30: India and Japan showered each other with symbolism on the first day of Prime Minister Narendra Modi\'s visit to the east Asian country, but officials from the two sides are engaged
'Bland' Charles gets spicier  (31 August 03:49 am) 
London, Aug. 30: Prince Charles is apparently learning more about spicy curries with the help of Atul Kochhar, one of Britain\'s best-known Indian chefs.
UK's 'shadow minister against rape'  (31 August 03:49 am) 
London, Aug. 30: Seema Malhotra, one of the new crop of promising MPs, could well become Britain\'s first \"minister against rape\" if Labour wins the next general election in May 2015.
not the retiring type  (31 August 03:47 am) 
Old soldiers never die, they fade away. Lovers go to Naples before Venus or Eros gathers them up. But what about politicians? A cruel answer would be that they descend immediately to hell. But before
Wanderer among pictures  (31 August 03:47 am) 
Sukanta Chaudhuri, the chairman of The Telegraph Education Foundation, made an appeal \' at the 19th edition of Peerless presents The Telegraph School Awards for Excellence, in association with Parle-G
The last girl  (31 August 03:46 am) 
We all end in the ocean
A strange and sublime departure  (31 August 03:46 am) 
Jeet Thayil: I think there\'s a reason why musicians get cancer less than other people.
Tryst with true heroes  (31 August 03:46 am) 
Monosij Banerjee lost the use of his right hand after a debilitating epileptic fit on the morning of his Higher Secondary mathematics exam. He switched to his left hand and managed to score 61.
Censor board blues for Odia films  (31 August 03:46 am) 
Bhubaneswar, Aug. 30: The Odia film industry has already had fewer releases this year as compared to the last two years. After issues such as lack of financers and actors getting busy in politics, the
Joshi hopeful of wins  (31 August 03:46 am) 
Guwahati, Aug. 30: AICC general secretary in-charge of Assam C.P. Joshi today claimed that the Congress would win all the three seats in next month\'s byelections in the state.
The pull that is Nalanda  (31 August 03:46 am) 
Rajgir, Aug. 30: Here an engineer eager to learn history, there an IT professional keen to work for the environment. Add to that a dean from the Royal Institute of Bhutan. That\'s the Nalanda
Mukesh skips Modi trip  (31 August 03:46 am) 
New Delhi, Aug. 30: Mukesh Ambani, the Reliance Industries chairman, has expressed his inability to be part of a business delegation accompanying Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Japan.