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  • India vs Sri Lanka Delhi Test: India reach 51/2 after bowling out Sri Lanka for 373 at lunch on Day 4

    New Delhi: India reached 51/2 in their second innings after bowling out Sri Lanka for 373 in their first essay till lunch on the fourth day of the third and final Test at the Ferozeshah Kotla ground here on Tuesday. Pacer Ishant Sharma removed Dinesh Chandimal at his Test career-best score of 164 as the Sri Lankans fell short of India’s first innings total by 163 runs.

  • India vs Sri Lanka Delhi Test: SL’s Suranga Lakmal leaves field sick on Day 4

    New Delhi: The controversial issue of air pollution flared up again in the third and final Test between India and Sri Lanka, with the visiting seamer Suranga Lakmal going off the ground after vomiting here on Tuesday. After the visitors were bowled out for 373 in their first innings on the fourth day, they came out fielding wearing anti-pollution masks.

  • Mumbai: Fire at Mantralaya, none hurt

    Mumbai: A minor fire occurred at the Mantralaya complex in South Mumbai, an official of the city civic body’s disaster control room said today. No injury or casualty was reported in the mishap, he said.

  • YouTube to hire 10,000 people to root out bad content

    London: YouTube will hire 10,000 people to monitor and control violent extremism on the popular video streaming platform, along with curbing content that endangers children.

  • Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017: Rahul Gandhi’s math gone wrong?

    New Delhi: Shooting off a seventh question at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, even as campaigning for elections in Gujarat reached fever pitch, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi committed an embarrassing mathematical faux pax with regard prices of essential commodities on Tuesday.

  • Neerja actor Prashantt Guptha tribute to Mohd Rafi will bring tears to your eyes

    Mumbai: Known for his stellar-character performances in films like Neerja, Issaq and Identity Card, actor Prashantt Guptha will soon showcase his musical prowess by reprising a classic from the 1952 film Baiju Bawra. Through this cover album called Prashn, the actor intends to demonstrate how certain classical songs are lyrically relevant to today’s global issues and human suffering.

  • 2G scam: Court verdict on December 21

    New Delhi, A court here said on Tuesday it would deliver its verdict on December 21 in the 2G spectrum allocation graft cases involving, among others, former Telecom Minister A. Raja and DMK Rajya Sabha member Kanimozhi who are out on bail.

  • Mumbai Crime: Woman arrested for strangling husband to death

    Mumbai: In yet another case of heinous crime, a 28-year-old woman was arrested for allegedly strangling her husband to death on Friday. According to the police, Asha Kale and her husband Sanjay had been fighting over family issues for the past month. They lived with their two children at Kalwa in Thane, reported Hindustan Times.

  • Richa Chadha harassed for pictures by bikers in Mumbai

    Mumbai: Actor Richa Chadha is gearing up for Fukrey Return is all set to hit theatre on Friday on December 8, 2017. Currently, the Fukrey team is promoting the film in various states and recently the team was spotted at Metro station in Mumbai.

  • For whom the roads toll, and for whom they don’t

    Collection of fees through electronic means was just about 5 percent of total toll collections in October-November 2016. This rose to about 11 percent by mid-December.

  • Mumbai: Harbour line soon to ply trains within every 2 minutes

    Mumbai: Harbour Railway line in Mumbai is known to have a problem with the frequency of the trains plying. On the Harbour line the trains ply with a time of six-minutes at present, but soon the Harbour line will be plying trains with a time gap of two-minutes each.

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    Cyclone Ockhi: IMD issues advisory on sea conditions

    Mumbai: The Mumbai centre of India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Tuesday urged the fisherman working on the Maharashtra-Goa coasts to not venture in the sea for the next 48 hours. A statement issued by the IMD advised the fishermen to return back to the coast.