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    FIFA World Cup 2018 opening ceremony, watch it live here

    FIFA world cup 2018 is just about to start, but before the match starts peoples eyes are on opening ceremony which has started. The event is taking place at Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium which will also host the final. Four years of waiting and fans will witness the legendary Robbie Williams perform multiple musical acts to welcome the fans from around the world. The Phenomenon, Ronaldo scorer of two World Cup final goals in

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    Man tied to tree; wife, daughter gang-raped

    Gaya, A group of armed youths tied a man to a tree and raped his wife and 15-year-old daughter in Bihar’s Gaya district, a senior police official said today. The family was waylaid while they were crossing the area on a motorcycle near Sondiha village in Konch Police Station area late last night, following which the SHO here was suspended and 20 youths were arrested. “The three were passing through Sondiha on a

  • NRI marriages need to be registered within 7 days: Women and Child Development

    New Delhi, All NRI marriages solemnised in India would need to be registered within seven days, the Ministry of Women and Child Development said today. If the NRI marriages are not registered within seven days, the passports and visas would not be issued. Last week, Women and Child Development (WCD) Minister Maneka Gandhi had said that the NRI marriages would need to be registered within 48 hours.

  • Stay indoors, wear masks in dusty Delhi: Doctors

    New Delhi: Doctors on Thursday strongly recommended wearing masks and staying indoors as the air quality in the National Capital Region (NCR) suddenly deteriorated to severe levels due to a dust storm that began on Wednesday and is likely to persist till Friday.

  • Split verdict not set back for us: Dinakaran

    Chennai, Sidelined AIADMK leader T.T.V. Dinakaran on Thursday said the Madras High Court’s split verdict in the disqualification of 18 rebel-AIADMK MLAs was not a setback for his faction. On Thursday, Chief Justice Indira Banerjee upheld the disqualification of the 18 legislators ordered by Tamil Nadu Assembly Speaker P. Dhanapal while companion judge Justice M. Sundar held that the Speaker’s decision was invalid. Justice Banerjee said in view of the contradicting judgements,

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    Bombay High Court asks Armaan Kohli to express remorse, not repeat such behaviour

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today directed actor Armaan Kohli to submit an affidavit “expressing regret and remorse” for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend and assure it he will not repeat such behaviour in future. A bench of justices R M Savant and Revati Mohite-Dere was hearing a plea filed by Kohli seeking that the FIR registered against him in the matter be quashed.

  • National Stock Exchange expects to get listed by FY19

    Kolkata, The National Stock Exchange of India Limited (NSE) is hoping to launch its initial public offer in the current fiscal after resolving all related issues, an official said here on Thursday. The bourse is also considering tweaking its SME platform to create a segment for the start-up community, the official said. “We will get the issues resolved and it will be behind us. My hope is we will be able to

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    Mumbai: St George’s hospital morgue to go for revamp

    Mumbai: Acting on an online campaign launched by a city-based woman, the Maharashtra government has ordered St George’s hospital in South Mumbai to upgrade its morgue and appoint only qualified staff to conduct autopsies.

  • Merc reserves order on Reliance Infra-Adani Transmission deal

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (Merc) today concluded its hearing on the proposed sale of Reliance Infrastructure’s Mumbai power distribution business to Adani Transmission for an estimated Rs 18,800 crore.

  • NASA loses contact with Opportunity rover in Martian dust storm

    Washington: NASA engineers have not heard back from Opportunity rover that is caught in an unprecedented sandstorm on Mars, leading to speculation that it might be dead, the US space agency has said. The swirling Martian dust storm that raised the atmospheric opacity, or “tau” — the veil of dust blowing around — has blotted out the sun above Opportunity and has continued to intensify.

  • India rejects UN report on human rights violation in Kashmir, calls it ‘fallacious and motivated’

    New Delhi: India today rejected a UN report alleging human rights violations in Kashmir as “fallacious, tendentious and motivated”. In a strong reaction, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said the report is “overtly prejudiced” and seeks to build a “false narrative”. It violated the country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, it said.

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    Army jawan from AP reported missing

    Visakhapatnam: An army jawan here has been reported missing for over a month now and neither his family nor the defence and police personnel know of his whereabouts, police said today. On May 8, Gavara Srinivasa Rao left here for Jalandhar in Punjab to join duty after a transfer from Roorkee in Uttarakhand, they said.

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    ‘Race 3’ star Salman Khan started following Iulia Vantur on Instagram

    Audience love Salman Khan and he never fails to entertain his fans. Unlike few celebrities who don’t prefer using social media, Salman Khan is highly active on all the platforms. From giving an insight into his current and forthcoming projects to sharing personal moments from his life, he does it all on social media. He has a huge fan following on his Instagram page but mysteriously he used to