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  • Seven criminals killed in shootout with police in Mexico

    Mexico City: Seven suspected criminals have been killed in a shootout with police in the Mexican town of Encarnacion de Diaz, officials said. The shootout took place on Tuesday when Jalisco state police were patrolling the streets of Encarnacion, located around 170 km from Guadalajara, the capital of Jalisco, Efe news reported.

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    Daily Horoscope for Wednesday, June 6, 2018

    Want to know what’s in store today for you? Read our Daily Horoscope by Nilikash P. Pradhan, and find out what your Sun Sign says about the day that will be.

  • Stuck in dead alley on farm sector

    The farmer’s stir in parts of the country seems to be petering out. On Monday, under pressure from the producers of milk and vegetables, the leaders of the farmers’ unions in Punjab spearheading the protest decided to call it off. They faced the wrath of the vegetable growers and dairy farm owners and vendors who all feared loss of incomes as a result of the ill-considered and politically-motivated stir. Not all farmers’

  • Outer, inner, sexual conflict of a modern woman

    A friend, who calls herself a senior citizen, was surprised, annoyed and somewhat amused to find that she could not get an apartment of her choice to rent, because of the building society’s ‘No Single Women’ regulation. She was hardly likely to party all night, she protested, but was told a rule is a rule.

  • The revival signs of Indian economy

    After the unmitigated gloom peddled by the Opposition and a section of the media, there is light at the end of the tunnel for the Indian economy. The Central Statistics Office’s provisional GDP estimates for 2017-18 suggest that growth recovered to a brisk 7.7 per cent in the January-March 2018 quarter, the highest real GDP growth in seven quarters.

  • Conditions For Happiness

    When you don’t receive sufficient quality and quantity of love during your childhood, you seek it all your life. You will always feel an emotional deficiency, a longing, an insecurity that you will try to fill up.

  • Bitcoin Scam: ED grills Raj Kundra for nearly 12 hours in connection with Rs 2000 crore scam

    Mumbai: Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty’s husband Raj Kundra was summoned by Enforcement Directorate (ED) officials on Tuesday in connection with a Rs 2000 crore bitcoin scam in which several people, including mastermind Amit Bhardwaj and his brother Vivek, were arrested from Delhi by the Pune police in April this year.

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    Mumbai: 77 hectares of forestland to be acquired for bullet train, will also have underground corridor in CRZ areas

    Mumbai: While 77 hectares of forestland will be acquired for the bullet train project in Palghar and Thane districts of Maharashtra, the officials from the National High-Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) have stated that the project will also have an underground corridor in coastal regulation zone (CRZ) areas.

  • Melania reappears after vanishing act

    Washington : Melania Trump attended a White House event for military veterans on Tuesday, ending a 25-day absence from the public eye that had sent the rumor mills into overdrive.

  • Thiem demolishes Zverev

    Austrian stuns second seed to enter third successive French Open semi-final

  • ‘No unprovoked attack shall go unanswered’

    New Delhi : In a tough message, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman assured the nation dutiful alertness in ensuring that “no unprovoked attack shall go without us responding.”

  • Andy Murray ‘closer’ to return, targets Wimbledon

    London : Andy Murray says he “getting closer” to playing again following a frustratingly long injury lay-off and hopes to be fit enough to target a third Wimbledon title.

  • Dialogue offer to India always on the table, says Pak official

    Islamabad : A top Pakistan military official has said the country’s offer to India for dialogue always remained on the table and underscored that any progress towards normalisation was dependent on the attitude of the two sides to the process.