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  • Tiger Shroff shows his running skills on the sets of SOTY2 , check out the video

    Baaghi 2 was a huge hit at the box-office and Tiger Shroff added one more hit film in his bucket. And now the actor is gearing up for his upcoming movie which is a franchise of ‘Student of The Year 2’. But before the release of the movie Tiger has posted a video on his Instagram account, where he is running with three people and achieves number one position by surpassing all

  • Donald Trump now sets eyes on Iran; wants a ‘real deal’

    Singapore: President Donald Trump today said that he would soon like to have a “real deal” with Iran, weeks after he unilaterally pulled the US out of the landmark agreement signed by the Obama administration along with other world powers. The nuclear deal was negotiated and agreed to by Iran and the P5+1 (the US, the UK, France, China, Russia and Germany) in 2015, granting Iran sanctions relief and returning frozen assets in

  • Arvind Kejriwal and AAP MLAs march

    AAP leaders, workers camp outside CM’s residence

    New Delhi: AAP leaders and workers camped outside the chief minister’s residence here today in support of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his cabinet colleagues who have been staging a sit-in at the Lieutenant Governor’s office, and asserted that they would continue the fight for the rights of the people without any compromise.

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    Issues like land acquisition delaying road projects: Nitin Gadkari

    Panaji: Union minister Nitin Gadkari said here today said that certain issues, including hurdles being faced in land acquisition, were affecting the schedule of road projects. He said timely completion of a project was important for its cost-effectiveness.

  • Delhi: Crime Branch to probe rape complaint against self-styled godman

    New Delhi: The Crime Branch of Delhi Police will take over the probe into the complaint of a 25-year-old woman that she was raped by a self-styled godman and his disciples on several occasions, the police said today. The woman filed a complaint against Daati Maharaj, a self-styled godman, at the Fatehpur Beri police station in south Delhi on Sunday. The case was transferred from the district police to the Crime Branch today,

  • Supreme Court reserves order on UPPSC exam for June 14

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today reserved the judgement for June 14 on the petitions seeking a stay on Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) Mains examination, 2018.

  • Not right to find fault with government for lack of Electronic Vehicles policy: Anand Mahindra

    Gurgaon: Mahindra group Chairman Anand Mahindra today said it would not be right to find fault with the government for lack of a “ready made” policy for electric vehicles (EVs) as it is still a new sector in the country and things would evolve gradually. Mahindra, who was here to inaugurate Mahindra-Teri centre of excellence, said that the government recognises the importance of EVs and it takes time for things to evolve. “It (EV)

  • Tea production down 7.21%, exports up marginally in April

    Kolkata: India’s estimated tea production fell by 7.21 per cent to 85.74 million kg in April 2018 from 92.41 million kg produced in the year-ago month, according to data from the Tea Board of India. According to provisional data from the Board, in April, tea exports were up marginally to 14.5 million kg as against 14.33 million kg exported in the year-ago month and in value terms, the month was stagnant at

  • Politicians express shock over Bhaiyyu Maharaj’s death

    Mumbai: Political leaders cutting across the party lines expressed shock over the death of spiritual guru Bhaiyyu Maharaj, who allegedly committed suicide by shooting himself in Indore today. “Learnt about the death of spiritual guru Shri Bhaiyyuji Maharaj. I had personal relationship with him. His untimely death is saddening. My humble tributes,” Union minister Nitin Gadkari tweeted. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis expressed similar sentiments and hailed the spiritual guru for the “huge work” he

  • Tripura CM Manik Sarkar’s security increased as he faces ‘obstruction’

    Agartala: Former Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar’s security has been increased as the “BJP workers continued to obstruct” his tour to tribal dominated areas in Dhalai district since Monday, police said on Tuesday. Sarkar, now the Leader of Opposition in Tripura, accompanied by the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) Chief Whip in the assembly and former minister Tapan Chakraborty and party legislator Pravat Chowdhury, went to the tribal dominated areas in Dhalai district on

  • Madras High Court notice to Maran brothers in ‘illegal’ telephone exchange

    Chennai: The Madras High Court today issued notice to all respondents in the alleged illegal telephone exchange case on a petition by CBI challenging the order of   discharge of former Union Minister Dayanithi Maran and others. When the petition by CBI came up, Justice G Jaichandran directed issuance of notice to all those involved in the case, returnable by June 20. A special CBI court had in March last discharged Dayanidhi Maran,  his brother Kalanithi