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Zilhajj 24,1436 AH

Fajar: 5.08 am
Zohar: 12.13 am
Asar: 4.20 pm
Maghrib: 6.05 pm
Isha: 7.13 pm
Sunset today 6.59 pm
sunrise tomorrow 6.08 am
Moonrise tomorrow 3.05 am
Moonset today 3.46 pm

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A Man’s World: The Double Life of Emile Griffith by Donald McRae, Simon & Schuster, £20
9th Oct, 2015
I don’t like boxing. If I ever get into a boxing ring, I’ll be in the corner with the governor of California, Edmund “Pat” Brown, who in 1963 called for “the abolition of this barbaric spectacle”
For Love and Honour by Anand Ranganathan, Bloomsbury, Rs 350
9th Oct, 2015
In case the title isn’t indication enough, this is a book about the big themes. For Love and Honour opens with soldiers of the 3rd Batallion celebrating India’s win at the 1983 cricket World Cup.
Clement Attlee: The Inevitable Prime Minister by Michael Jago, Biteback Publishing, £25
9th Oct, 2015
When “the little man”, as fondly named by Ernest Bevin, or, “a modest man who has much to be modest about,” as derisively described by Winston Churchill, was travelling by the London Underground, a
Sanjoy K. Roy moderates a debating panel featuring (L-R): Shashi Tharoor, Anuja Chauhan, Navtej Sarna and Urvashi Butalia at the Jaipur Literature Festival in 2014. (Picture Courtesy: Facebook)
8th Oct, 2015
The 2016 edition explores vital issues such as migration, privacy and navigating change
Brigadier Suryanarayan
8th Oct, 2015
Proceeds of book sale to be spent to educate children
Baptist Coelho is in Hyderabad for his exhibition, Thread by Thread
7th Oct, 2015
The exhibition curated by Monisha Ahmed reflects on the life in conflict zones
A still from a movie adaptation of the Twilight series. (Picture Courtesy: Facebook)
7th Oct, 2015
It marks the 10th anniversary of the first novel of the vampire series



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Representational picture (Photo: PTI)
14.5 lakh voters' applications have already been received
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