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 •  Infosys's new problem: How to find someone willing to replace Sikka
The company's last CEO hunt in 2014 was a major challenge. Sikka, the eventual choice who was plucked from a top job at SAP, was the first chief appointed from outside the group of founders. His brief was to turn around a faltering business.
 •  Positive result on merger in a day or two: OPS
Talks on the merger of the two AIADMK factions are going on smoothly and a positive result is expected in a day or two, former CM O Panneerselvam said on Saturday.
 •  Yogi to Rahul: 'Gorakhpur not a picnic spot'
Ahead of Rahul Gandhi's visit to Gorakhpur on Saturday, Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath mounted an attack on the Congress vice-president and said the city wasn't a picnic spot.
 •  JD(U) passes resolution to join NDA
At a national executive committee meeting at president and chief minister Nitish Kumar's official residence on Saturday, the Janata Dal (United) formally accepted the invitation to join the BJP-led NDA coalition.
 •  Live: 'Sharad Yadav has virtually exited JD(U)'
 •  Man loses Rs 2 crore online. Make sure you don't
As more and more people move to transacting and communicating online, especially with the Narendra Modi government pushing for a digital India and a cashless society, the threat of phishing and cyber crime is more real than ever.
 •  Chinese firms may feel CEA power pinch
The Central Electricity Authority is drafting a roadmap for securing India’s power stations and smart grid systems against cyber attacks with conditions that could make it difficult for Chinese companies to compete for contracts.
 •  In Bengal, BJP takes up void left by Left, Cong
 •  RBI chief calls for recapitalisation of banks
"Gross NPA ratio of the banking system at 9.6 per cent and stressed advances ratio at 12 per cent as of March 2017 on the back of persistently high ratio in the past few years, is indeed a matter of concern," Urjit Patel told on Saturday
 •  Shivraj to lead BJP in 2018 election: Amit Shah
Putting to rest all speculations, BJP president Amit Shah announced on Friday that the 2018 assembly polls in Madhya Pradesh will be fought under the leadership of chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.
 •  5 top-selling smartphones worldwide
 •  Social humour: Tejashwi tweets, Twitter in splits
 •  How to safely watch a solar eclipse: Dos and Don'ts
With excitement leading up to the August 21 solar eclipse, people across North America are preparing to watch the event. But while tempting, there are a number of safety precautions one has to take before trying to catch a glimpse of the eclipse.
 •  BJP in for a long haul in power, says Amit Shah
Amit Shah said that though the BJP appears to be at its peak with a majority govt at the Centre and 1,387 MLAs in states, the workers feel the party has still a long way to go. He said BJP has not come to power for mere 5-10yrs, but at least 50yrs and called upon workers to strengthen the party.
 •  New Rs 50 note to hit market soon
New 50 rupee note: A new fluorescent blue Rs 50 banknote in the Mahatma Gandhi series, slightly smaller and slimmer than the existing note will soon be introduced by the Reserve Bank of India.
 •  MBA, engineering grads work as sanitary staff
Coimbatore corporation has offered cleaning jobs to children of deceased sanitary workers after rejecting applications to the posts their educational qualification entitle them. The corporation in the last three years has asked 50 schedule caste candidates to inherit such jobs of their parents.
 •  Attacks got really personal in last 2 weeks: Sikka
Tension between Vishal Sikka and N R Narayana Murthy had been brewing from the second half of 2016, but it was in February that it bubbled to the surface, and it was about a week ago that the Infosys CEO decided it was time to quit.
 •  Govt confirms 'incident' took place in Ladakh
India on China: India India on Friday said it will continue to engage with China to find a mutually acceptable solution to the Dokalam standoff while confirming that an “incident” had taken place between the troops of the two countries at Pangong So in Ladakh.
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