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    Modi government short-selling the country: Congress

    New Delhi: The Congress on Wednesday launched an all-out attack on Narendra Modi government, saying it has failed to revive the economy, its style was authoritarian and it was short-selling the country as no tangible gains were visible from its diplomacy.

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    Khan market body may sue Salman Khan over shopping portal name

    New Delhi: The traders association of Khan Market in the national capital is contemplating legal action against Bollywood star Salman Khan for alleged “trademark infringement” by naming his online shopping portal after the posh market.

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    Watson eager to represent Australia in ODIs, T20 WC

    London: Three months after putting away his Baggy Green, Australian all-rounder Shane Watson has said that he is still eager to play for the national side in the shorter formats of the game and is looking forward to the World Twenty20 to be held in India next year.

  • DDCA refutes accusations; to sue Kejriwal, Azad 

    New Delhi: Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) vice president Chetan Chouhan on Wednesday termed as “baseless” allegations levelled by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal regarding one of the city’s cricket officials seeking sex for selecting players.

  • BSNL to serve customers with a smile

    New Delhi: As part of efforts to improve quality of service, employees of state-run BSNL today took a pledge to serve all customers with a smile and resolve any service related issues as soon as possible.

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    Western Railway to run eight special local trains on New Year

    Mumbai: The Western Railway (WR) has decided to run eight special local trains after midnight on New Year eve, to clear the extra rush of passengers. With an aim to serve those the New Year, the WR will run eight special local trains in the wee hours of the New Year, including four from Churchgate to Virar and four from Virar to Churchgate.

  • Eating when not hungry may be bad for health

    Washington: Can’t stop from digging into your favourite cheesecake even when you are not really hungry? The habit may not be advantageous for your health, scientists have found.

  • Strike by lifeguards in Goa enters 2nd day; 361 arrested

    Panaji: The Goa government today said it was monitoring the situation on the beaches in the wake of strike by lifeguards which entered its second day today, even as 361 lifeguards were arrested today after they took out a protest march defying prohibitory orders.

  • Whimsical white water rafting in India

    Most of us have been on a vacation which is mostly about sightseeing and hardly involves any kind of engaging activity. So if you’re bored of the same mundane luxury, and wish to explore the thrill, bring out the hidden adventurer in you. White water rafting is the perfect indulgence to experience nature at its best. With an epic landscape and roaring milky cascades, rafting is an utterly exciting water sport definitely

  • Over one million reach Europe by sea in 2015: UN

    Geneva: Over one million migrants and refugees crossed the Mediterranean Sea to Europe in 2015, nearly half of them Syrians, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) said today.

  • Moeen Ali

    Moeen Ali spins England to crushing win

    Durban: Moeen Ali spun England to a crushing 241-run win over South Africa on the fifth and final day of the first Test at Kingsmead today.

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