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    Will gherao Mumbai University if results not declared by Jul 31: Sanjay Nirupam, Congress leader

    Mumbai, The Mumbai Congress today threatened to ‘gherao’ the Mumbai University (MU) campus if the varsity does not declare results of all examinations by July 31. Talking to reporters, Mumbai Regional Congress Committee chief Sanjay Nirupam said Education Minister Vinod Tawde and Minister of State for Education Ravindra Waikar should resign for the “inordinate delay” in declaration of results.

  • WOW! Imtiaz Ali to discuss cinema with this HOT actress in Bhutan

    As movie goers get set to experience the journey of Harry and Sejal next Friday, the director of Harry Met Sejal Imtiaz Ali is gearing up for his own journey, across the border to the world’s happiest nation. The ace director is all set to speak at the eighth edition of the Mountain Echoes Literary Festival, Bhutan’s annual literary, arts and cultural festival. The unique festival is scheduled to be held from

  • Happy Birthday Sanjay Dutt! The real khalnayak of Bollywood!

    Khalnayak actor Sanjay Dutt celebrating 58th birthday today. Even at this age, Sanjay look tall, dark and handsome. But you know at small age Sanju baba look handsome boy since forever. His dad Sunil Dutt and mom Nargis was stars in Bollywood industry than of course Sanjay will also a star of Bollywood.

  • Animal lover Anushka Sharma rescued a seagull and here are the details

    Anushka Sharma is a self-proclaimed animal lover and has often raised topics of debate regarding reducing noise pollution during festivals for the safety of animals among others. With the actress being a part of several such initiatives related to them, recently she showed her love for marine life.

  • US imposes new ballistic missile sanctions on Iran

    New York: The United States on Friday imposed new sanctions on six Iranian companies, which it said are central to the Islamic Republic’s ballistic missile program, a day after Iran successfully launched a rocket-borne satellite into space. The economic penalties are “in response to Iran’s continued provocative actions, such as yesterday’s launch of the Simorgh space launch vehicle”, the Treasury Department said.

  • S. Korea, US stage missile exercise after N Korea ICBM launch

    Seoul, South Korea and the US conducted another round of combined ballistic missile drills on Saturday in a show of firepower against North Korea, their armed forces said. The live-fire exercise held along the east coast involved the South’s Hyunmoo-2 and the US Eight Army’s ATACMS, Yonhap news agency quoted the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) as saying.

  • North Korea issues stern warning,says U.S. is in missile range

    Moscow: North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong-un has issued a fresh challenge to President Donald Trump by launching another sophisticated missile test that could potentially hit the mainland U.S, North Korea’s state news agency said. The missile launch was meant as a “stern warning” for the United States, North Korea’s state news agency said. The ICBM, which aimed for “maximum distance”, flew for 47 minutes and 12 seconds while reaching a maximum

  • Mumbai: Actor Inder Kumar dies at 45

    Mumbai: Actor Inder Kumar, best known for his roles in movies such as ‘Wanted’ and ‘Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi’, passed away following a massive heart attack at his residence in Andheri’s Four Bungalows early Friday morning. He was 45. “He suffered a cardiac arrest. It happened around 2 a.m. on Friday. He was not suffering from any heart-related disease. He was a healthy man,” said Kariya, Inder Kumar’s ex-father-in-law.

  • North Korea confirms test firing second ICBM

    Pyongyang, North Korea on Saturday confirmed the test firing on Friday of the second “Hwasong-14” intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).  “Respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un signed the order to carry out the second test-fire of intercontinental ballistic rocket Hwasong-14 on July 28, 2017,” Xinhua cited a report by the Korean Central News Agency.

  • Honey Singh extends his support for cancer awareness

    New Delhi: Yo Yo Honey Singh, who has been a synonym for new age music, has always supported various noble causes too. The ace rapper and composer has always had a philanthropic side to his cool persona also.

  • Mumbai: Congress aspirants to pledge loyalty for upcoming elections of Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation

    Bhayandar: The spate of defections and defiance by party cadres seems to have injected an abnormal distrust in local Congress leadership, prompting them to devise a novel idea to keep its flock together for the upcoming elections to the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation. As part of their process to shortlist names of candidates aspiring to contest the polls, the party has introduced a “loyalty affidavit” (pratigya patra) programme, making it mandatory for

  • Germany: One dead, six wounded in Hamburg supermarket knife attack

    Hamburg, One person was killed and six others were injured when a failed asylum-seeker brandishing a knife attacked shoppers in a Hamburg supermarket, shouting “Allahu Akbar” before being overpowered by passers-by, police and officials said.

  • Mumbai: New Ghatkopar SRA building develops cracks

    Mumbai: A newly-constructed rehabilitation building at Pankeshah Baba Dargah, Ghatkopar (West), has developed cracks even before rehabilitating the slum dwellers. The rehab structure is just a stone’s throw away from Siddhi Sai building which recently collapsed claiming the lives of more than 15 occupants. The residents of the slum have been demanding a structural audit of the building, however, officials of the Slum Rehabilitation Authority have failed to conduct any inquiry into

  • Ujjain: BJP SC wing conducts meeting

    Ujjain: The scheduled caste wing of Bharatiya Janata Party conducted its general meeting in the presence of the wing’s former national President and chief guest, Dushyant Kumar Gautam on Friday. Media in charge and city head of its SC wing, Satyanarayan Khoiwal said the party discussed a roadmap for the coming months.

  • Mehbooba’s remark an insult to Indian flag: NPP

    New Delhi: The National Panthers Party (NPP) on Saturday said Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti’s remark on the Indian flag is unacceptable and amounts to violation of the Indian Constitution.

  • Ujjain: Monsoon woes hit residents hard, Kshipra records increase in level

    Ujjain: Ujjain recorded 1.5 inches of rainfall in the last 24 hours taking the season’s rainfall in the district to 17 inches by Friday evening. There has been persistent, heavy to light rainfall in the district during the past 24 hours, increasing water levels in Kshipra, although no significant increase was recorded in the level of the Gambhir dam. This is the maximum of the season recorded in a day.

  • Mumbai: Zakir Naik declared proclaimed offender, NIA starts attachment

    Mumbai: Controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik has been declared a proclaimed offender and the process to attach his assets has been initiated, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) said on Friday. It said the order declaring Naik a proclaimed offender was issued recently by a special court in Mumbai, after which the process of attachment of his assets “under section 83 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) has been initiated”. Naik is being

  • What Nitish has done in Bihar is anti-democratic, opines Congress

    Lucknow/Mumbai: Tagging Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s move of quitting the ‘Mahagathbandhan’ and joining the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) as anti-democratic, the Congress on Saturday said it was deceitful on his part to do so. Defending Bihar former deputy chief minister Tejashwi Yadav, Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam said there are only charges against the former which have not proven yet, and therefore one cannot call him corrupt.