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  • Indian Premier League 2017: KKR 184/0 (14.5 ov), won by 10 wickets

    Gujarat Lions and Kolkata  Knight Riders are studded with big hitting batsmen, for the first time both the team are colliding with each other in Rajkot. It will be the third match between the two teams. Gujarat Lions (GL) have a perfect record 2-0 win-loss record against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). Gujarat Lions, who topped the points table with 18 points from nine matches on debut last year, take on two- time

  • Bereaved Pant joins Delhi Daredevils

    Bengaluru: Rishabh Pant has joined Delhi Daredevils hours after performing the last rites of a deceased father, showing character and professionalism amidst the maelstrom of thoughts that may have crossed his mind. In his hour of darkness, a bereaved Pant overpowered grief and showed unwavering loyalty towards a team, for long seeking to find light at the end of the tunnel.

  • Delhi thieves hide laptops, TVs, mobile phones in caves

    New Delhi: Six persons, allegedly belonging to the ‘Guffa Gang’, members of which used to take shelter in a cave in south Delhi’s Moti Bagh area, have been arrested, police said today. Police said the arrested, aged between 24 and 32, were drug addicts and they took to crime to earn quick money. They would use surgical hand gloves in order to ensure that there were no fingerprints left on the scenes

  • Elaborate security for KXIP-Rising Pune match in Indore

    Indore: Elaborate security arrangements have been made for the Indian Premier League (IPL) match between Kings XI Punjab and Rising Pune Supergiant to be held at the Holkar Stadium here tomorrow. More than 1,600 police personnel have been deployed in and around the stadium to ensure smooth conduct of the match, an official said today.”Effective and elaborate arrangements have been made with the deployment of over 1,600 personnel, including eight IPS officers.

  • Marvel TV announces ‘New Warriors’ TV series

    Marvel Television is all set to bring comic book property New Warriors to the small screen. The comic book giants have announced yet another show after Cloak & Dagger that will be adapted for TV with the help of cable channel Freeform, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

  • Will not allow injustice with farmers: UP CM

    Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today asked the farmers in state to adopt attitude as he promised them that his government will not allow any injustice to them. Speaking at a meeting with a delegation of farmers affected by the construction of Eastern Peripherial Expressway, he asked the district administration and the NHAI to extend compensation and other benefits to them as per the law.

  • Hudson takes inspiration from Winfrey

    Actress Kate Hudson says former talk show host Oprah Winfrey is her inspiration when it comes to “loving your body”. The 37-year-old actress called Winfrey an inspiration while chatting with Vogue magazine about health and fitness, reported Entertainment Tonight.”I just think she is forever, that woman. We give birth to children, carry them and breastfeed them. We are busy and we’re trying to work. You always want to do the healthy thing,

  • Diesel had fun time kissing Theron

    Actor Vin Diesel, who will be seen locking lips with Charlize Theron in the forthcoming action film “The Fate of the Furious”, says the actress is not a bad kissing partner. Diesel says when director F. Gary Gray told him he would be smooching Theron he was very happy, and he was even more pleased when Gray made them re-enact the kiss over and over again. “I was definitely not complaining, Charlize

  • No proposal to end Sahayak system in Army: Govt

    New Delhi: No proposal for doing away with the Sahayak system in the Army is under consideration, the government today said, notwithstanding several jawans strongly coming out of the colonial-era provision.

  • Varun, Alia share tips to tackle success, failure

    Mumbai:“Badrinath Ki Dulhania” stars Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan have a tip to share for budding talent — success and failure should not be taken too seriously.

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