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    British minister to be investigated over sexual harassment allegation

    LONDON: British Prime Minister Theresa May has ordered an investigation into a report that one of her ministers asked a female secretary to buy sex toys for him, as she tries to tackle a culture of sexual harassment in politics. Mark Garnier, a junior international trade minister, asked secretary Caroline Edmondson to buy two sex toys and he also called her “sugar tits”, the Mail on Sunday reported.

  • Kenya Presidential election re-run results expected on Monday

    Nairobi: The full results of Kenya’s presidential election re-run are expected to be released on Monday, according to the country’s election authorities. The announcement was made by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) on Sunday, reports CNN.

  • ‘Rani Laxmibai’ Kangana Ranaut jealous of Rani Padmini Deepika Padukone? Read leaked details

    Mumbai: Deepika Padukone is getting praise for her Rani Padmini look in the upcoming film ‘Padmavati’. The first song of Padmavati, ‘ghoomar’ got 20 million hits. Deepika’s look as Rani Padmini was the talk of town. But, in between, pictures of Bollywood Queen Kangana Ranaut as Rani Laxmibai in ‘Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi’ leaked online.

  • North Korea to launch more satellites despite international pressure

    Pyongyang: North Korea on Monday said that it would launch more satellites to boost its economy, despite international opposition, citing its right as a sovereign nation to develop a space programme. The North Korean regime said that “it is a global trend that a country seeks the economic growth with the space programme”, state-run daily Rodong Sinmun reported.

  • Sensex hits new peak of 33,295, Nifty at 10,369 pts

    Mumbai, The benchmark Sensex and the broader Nifty today jumped to new life highs of 33,295 and 10,369, respectively, with encouraging quarterly earnings sending out a positive signal among investors. PSU, consumer durables, infrastructure and auto stocks remained in the lead. Positive Asian shares added to optimism. Buying by domestic institutional investors (DIIs) lifted mood too, traders said.

  • Prabhudheva choreographs Big B for song

    Mumbai: Actor-filmmaker Prabhudheva has choreographed Amitabh Bachchan for a song and the megastar seems to have had a tough time shaking a leg at age 75.

  • PPF closes, NSC gets encashed if holder status changes to NRI

    New Delhi, With changes in investment rules for select small savings schemes including National Savings Certificate (NSC), the government has said such accounts will be closed before their maturity in case status of the holder changes from resident to non-resident Indians (NRIs).

  • Chattisgarh sex CD row: CBI probe will reveal all facts, says CM Raman Singh

    Raipur: Accusing the Congress of playing”cheap politics” for power, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh today said the CBI inquiry recommended by his government into the “sex CD” row allegedly involving a state minister will bring out all facts. “We could not even imagine that the Congress will play such cheap politics for power. We are also in politics and consider this a medium to serve the people.

  • Mathura: Woman gives birth to child on road

    Mathura: In a case of medical apathy, a woman in Mathura’s Sonai gave birth to a child on road, after the ambulance failed to reach her.

  • Mumbai: India country of Hindus first, others later, says Shiv Sena

    Mumbai: Holding that India is a country of Hindus first and others later, the Shiv Sena today said despite a “pro-Hindutva” government at the Centre, issues like Ram Temple construction in Ayodhya and ‘ghar wapsi’ of displaced Kashmiri Pandits are still unresolved. RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat had on Friday said in Indore that ‘Hindustan’ is a country of Hindus, but it does not mean that it does not belong to

  • Saudi Arabia to allow women into sports stadiums from 2018

    Riyadh: Saudi Arabia will allow women into three sports stadiums for the first time from next year, authorities said, in a landmark move that would open up the previously male-only venues to families. The kingdom, which has some of the world’s tightest restrictions on women, has long barred women from sports arenas by strict rules on segregation of the sexes in public.

  • ‘Star Trek’ actor alleges Kevin Spacey made sexual advance toward him

    Los Angeles: Inspired by number of women in Hollywood speaking about the sexual misconduct by some of the biggest names in the showbiz, ‘Star Trek Discovery’ actor Anthony Rapp has decided to go public with a story that he locked behind closed doors for decades.