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Saffron Senoritas lead TV charge - Suman K Jha, ExpressBuzz
Smriti Irani leads the pack. The BJP Mahila Morcha (women’s wing) President and the youngest-ever woman member of Rajya Sabha is already a pro when it comes to television debates. She is, incidentally, also a much-in-demand “star campaigner” for the party.
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India's youngest student pilot set to earn her wings, fly passenger plane - Mohammed Wajihuddin, Times of India
Viraat farewell for world's longest serving aircraft carrier - Rahul Dutta, Pioneer
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Milestone man - Samit Gohel - Krishnaraj Singh, Times of India
Rio 2016 - Indian girl power to the fore - Prajwal Hegde, Times of India
2016, the year of the underdog? - Kushan Mitra, Pioneer
Why free-to-air channels are here to stay - Chandni Mathur, Financial Express
Stings over, the 'Greatest' floats away - Pioneer
In short, Virat Kohli is Don Bradman - Shamik Chakrabarty, Indian Express
Digital banking in a digital India - Aditya Puri, Business Standard
Better than Sachin? - Dhruv Munjal, Business Standard
Abdul Rashid Khan: The man who sang to live - Suanshu Khurana, Indian Express
Freedom 251 first impressions: Cheapest but usable - Debashis Sarkar, Times of India
Unstoppable Sania-Hingis pair scoops record 29th win in a row - Pioneer
Mumbai teen makes 1,009 'record' runs - TN Raghunatha, Pioneer
Pick your designation - Shyamal Majumdar, Business Standard
Myth and the making of Star Wars - Krish Ashok, Mint
World’s first dengue shot, the upshot for India - Pritha Chatterjee, Indian Express
Grey Friday - Lindsey Rupp, Business Line
A new wireless reality - Mint
A towering scientist and his love for Bengaluru - Mohit M Rao, Hindu
Dal-Chawal have acche din thanks to PM Narendra Modi - Reshmi R Dasgupta, Economic Times
Windows is 30 years old this month - Hindustan Times
‘Star Wars’: a game-changer in special effects - Mint
Would you accept a pig’s heart or a cow’s skin? - Pratik Kanjilal, Financial Express
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