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  • Mumbai: Woman finds suspicious bag, calls RPF 8 times, but gets no response

    Mumbai: In another case of apathy by the railway police, a woman, who found a suspicious bag lying in the train compartment called the railway police, but didn’t get any response. In turn, she was asked just one question “Are you happy with our customer service?”

  • OJ Simpson granted parole, could be freed in October

    Los Angeles: Disgraced American football legend O J Simpson, whose 1995 acquittal for double murder polarised the nation, was granted his release from prison after serving nearly nine years behind bars for armed robbery.

  • ICC Women’s World Cup 2017: WBBL stint has transformed Harmanpreet, says Mithali

    Derby: Indian skipper Mithali Raj hailed Harmanpreet Kaur’s brilliant innings of 171* as the “greatest knock by an India women player” and said that a “big performance” like that of her deputy was needed to beat a “champion side like Australia” in the Women’s World Cup semi-final.

  • Major League Soccer to implement video ref system

    New York, Major League Soccer will implement the video assistant referee (VAR) system league-wide in August, making it among the first domestic leagues to use the video review system hailed by FIFA president Gianni Infantino at the Confederations Cup in June. “The introduction of Video Review into MLS league matches is the culmination of more than three years of extensive research and testing of video review technology by MLS and the Professional Referees Organization (PRO),”

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    Mumbai: 10,000 students of 1st FYJC merit list thrown out of admission process

    Mumbai: Around 10,000 students have been thrown out of the First Year Junior College(FYJC) admission process as of now and their candidacy will be considered only after the fourth merit list is out. These students refused to take their admissions in the top colleges which was their first choice in their preference list despite seats allotted to them.

  • Trump announces USD 500 mn drug packaging project by US firms

    Washington, US President Donald Trump has announced a USD 500 million investment plan that brings together three American giants to create a pharmaceutical glass packaging initiative which could eventually drive 4,000 jobs.

  • Coal block allocation scam cases in Supreme Court today

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today will hear the cases in connection with the coal block allocation scam. Earlier, Union Human Resource and Development (HRD) Minister Prakash Javadekar and Minister of State for Home Affairs Hansraj Ahir, had filed a plea asking for a re-investigation in the matter.

  • 1984 anti-Sikh riots: Delhi Court to decide over security for Abhishek Verma

    New Delhi: A Delhi Court on Friday will decide provision of round the clock security to arms dealer and witness in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots case, Abhishek Verma, who had expressed willingness to undergo a polygraph test but had sought round the clock security till the test takes place. The Karkardooma Court had asked him to file a written affidavit in this regard before the issuance of any such orders by the court. Verma

  • Roopa Ganguly, Kailash Vijayvargiya being framed: BJP

    New Delhi: Strongly defending party members Roopa Ganguly and Kailash Vijayvargiya, who have been accused for being allegedly involved in a child trafficking racket, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has asserted that a false case has been made against them.

  • Google doodle honours Marshall McLuhan, the man who predicted Internet

    London: Google Doodle, today, celebrates 106th birthday of Marshall McLuhan, the man who predicted the World Wide Web 30 years before it was invented. Herbert Marshall McLuhan was born in July 1911 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and died on December 31, 1980. He was a professor, philosopher, intellectual and writer and has influenced everything from journalism to advertising to the arts.

  • China not only bullying India but rest of world: BJP

    New Delhi: A day after Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said that if China unilaterally changes status quo of tri-junction point then it poses a challenge to India’s security, the Bharatiya Janata Party has warned Beijing against making an enemy out of the whole world. Speaking to ANI, BJP leader R.K. Singh said that changing the status quo in Dokalam will endanger India’s vital interests and therefore they cannot withdraw from there.

  • Watch Video: Furious Harmanpreet Kaur lashes out at Deepti Sharma after horrible mix-up

    Harmanpreet Kaur became wonder woman of Indian women’s team, after bashing every Australian bowler in ICC Women’s World Cup semi-final yesterday at Derby, England. Kaur scored a whopping 171 runs in just 115 balls, which included 20 fours and 7 sixes, and remained not out. The innings were not easy, as the six time champions Australian team, gave India a run for their money. Even Deepti Sharma had a few though moments

  • Earthquake damages buildings on Greek island; 2 killed, 100 hurt

    Kos: A powerful earthquake struck Greek islands early morning today, damaging buildings and a port, killing at least two people and causing more than 100 injuries, authorities said. The island of Kos was nearest to the epicentre and appeared to be the worst-hit, with two deaths and structural damage to older buildings. Minor damage — cracks in buildings, smashed windows and trashed shops — appeared widespread, according to city officials.

  • Indian Army transfer racket: Delhi court to hear argument on bail plea of accused

    New Delhi: A Delhi court on Friday will continue hearing arguments on the bail plea of the accused in the Indian Army transfer posting racket case, in which officers allegedly paid lakh of rupees to manipulate their postings. Delhi’s Patiala House Court on July 13 extended the judicial custody of Lieutenant Colonel Ranganathan Suvramani Moni and middleman Gaurav Kohli till July 22 and arguments on bail till July 21 in connection with the

  • Hotness Overloaded: Malaika Arora’s sexy glimpses of her New York vacation

    One of the hottest divas of Bollywood, Malaika Arora has always been known for her sexy dance moves, her vivacious looks, and beautiful fashion sense. Even after two decades of her famous item number Chaiya Chaiya, the actress is looking way better and better with age.