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  • Thane: 13 Lakh residents to get own homes through cluster redevelopment

    Thane: Thane has added yet one more crown in its pocket, as it has become the first city to be redeveloped under the cluster development plan. The lakhs of residents staying in dangerous buildings under the constant fear of mishap, have a pleasant surprise for them. Not only the residents but also the unemployed have the reason to rejoice as there will be more employment chances will be available through this development.

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    Mumbai University students complain of being forced to live in temporary hostel

    Mumbai: More than 80 students staying at Mumbai University (MU)) boys’ hostel at Kalina campus have been facing many problems to do with accomodation, food and hygiene due to poor infrastructure. Students have been shifted to this temporary hostel since a year and have not been moved to a permanent structure till now.

  • Bhima-Koregaon violence: Congress, NCP question delay in Milind Ekbote’s arrest

    Mumbai: Opposition Congress and NCP on Wednesday lambasted the Maharashtra government and the police department for the “delay” in the arrest of right-wing leader Milind Ekbote in connection with Bhima Koregaon violence. Both the parties raised question marks over the functioning of the police department in this case.

  • UP Bypolls: Uttar Pradesh witnesses’ political tremors, good reason for BJP to be rattled

    New Delhi:  Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday was witness to political tremors, triggered by the Lok Sabha by-election results. First and foremost, the twin loss in seats that were held by Chief Minister Yogi and his deputy chief minister have underscored the formidable strength of the Samajwadi Party-Bahujan Samaj Party combine in a state that sends 80 members to the House.

  • India Women vs Australia Women, 2nd ODI: LIVE score, Match updates, Commentary

    Indian women got off a poor start in the home series against Australia. Women in Blue lost by 8 wickets. In the first ODI, the team was led by Harmanpreet Kaur as skipper Mithali Raj was unwell. Indian women were bowled out for 200 and Aussie women chased down the target in the 33rd over with the help of opener Nicole Bolton, who smashed unbeaten ton. And now the two teams are

  • Nidahas Trophy: India beat Bangladesh by 17 runs to enter final

    Colombo: Skipper Rohit Sharma led from the front with a fluent half century and teenaged off-spinner Washington Sundar scalped three wickets to help India beat Bangladesh by 17 runs at the R. Premadasa Stadium here on Wednesday and guide the men-in-blue to the final of the Nidahas Trophy T20 tri-series.

  • Parliament disrupted again, Lok Sabha passes 2 Bills without debate

    New Delhi: Opposition members tore papers and threw them around in the Lok Sabha today as relentless protests by them and NDA partner TDP disrupted proceedings in both Houses of Parliament for the ninth straight day, but the government managed to get two bills passed without debate amid the din.

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    Understanding Mind-Body Communication

    Its a common thing for us to experience emotions directly through the body, for e.g when we go out to meet someone whom we love a lot, we walk lightly with our hearts pounding with excitement, whereas anxiety might tighten our muscles and make our hands sweat and tremble before an important job interview, Right? Numerous studies carried out over last decade or so have established that emotion systems prepare us to

  • ‘Hawking’s death… a fall of a giant star’

    Shanghai : Millions of Chinese mourned Stephen Hawking on Wednesday, bidding farewell to a “giant star” admired in China for stoically rising above physical disability and posting heartfelt messages to his Chinese fans on social media.

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    Happy Birthday Alia Bhatt: 5 times the Highway actress won our hearts

    From the chic bubbly girl in ‘Student of The Year’ to the tanned skin and pierced nose Bihari migrant in ‘Udta Punjab’ Alia Bhatt has come a long way. She never fails to charm us with her acting skills and smart looks. She is perhaps the only celebrity who took a joke on herself sportingly and then bounce back by making a joke on herself. In her short career span, she has

  • PM May expels 23 Russian diplomats; suspends high-level bilateral contacts

    London : British Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday expelled 23 Russian diplomats – in the “single biggest expulsion” in more than 30 years – and suspended high-level bilateral contacts, saying Moscow was “culpable” of a nerve agent attack on a former spy and his daughter.

  • Del Potro dumps Ferrer, Cilic out

    Indian Wells : Juan Martin Del Potro continued his dominance over David Ferrer to book a spot in the Indian Wells fourth round as second seed Marin Cilic suffered a shock loss.

  • Oppn blasts government for passing Finance Bill without debate

    The hurry with which the government finished the financial business in a single day indicates its plan to wind up the session to escape the negative vibes from the issues like the PNB bank scam, Rafale aircraft deal and farmers’ plight that the Opposition wants to discuss.

  • India storm into finals with 17 runs win over Bangladesh

    Colombo : After being put into bat, India posted a challenging 176/3, which proved to be out of reach for the Bangladeshi batsmen. After successfully chasing Sri Lanka’s mammoth 214, the Bangladeshi tigers were high on confidence. But, they could not take on India’s bowling attack which was disciplined. Barring Mushfiqur Rehman (72 not out), no other Bangladeshi batsman was up to the task. Indian bowlers struck at regular intervals to keep the