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    Suicide car bomb kills 8 fighters in south Syria: Monitor

    Beirut: A suspected jihadist suicide car bomb attack in southern Syria today killed at least eight fighters, including government and rebel forces, said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

  • Andhra Pradesh best state to do business; Gujarat ranking slips further

    New Delhi: Andhra Pradesh continues to be the best state to do business while Gujarat slipped a position to rank fifth in the ease of doing business ranking prepared by the World Bank and the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP). In the last year’s ranking, Andhra Pradesh had jointly topped the chart with Telangana while Gujarat was relegated to the third position from the top slot in 2015.

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    Mumbai rains: Railway track cracks between Govandi and Chembur; Harbour line dysfunctional

    Trains between Harbour line are stopped, according to news there is crack between Chembur and Govandi, because of this down line from Mumbai to Panvel has been affected and it is not functional. The repairing of the track might take more time than expected. Commuters travelling back home are facing serious problems.

  • Rohit Roy on road to full recovery

    Rohit Roy is starting a new journey to full recovery and fitness five months after his cervical slip disc injury. Rohit says he will resume his workout regime on Tuesday and aims to get back to the level of fitness he had achieved during the time of his film “Kaabil”.

  • I don’t see myself as a victim: Sunny Leone

    Sunny Leone says whenever her name is dragged into controversies, she may feel like a “soft target”, but does not identify as a “victim”. In the past, her dance performances have been cancelled and the actor has been at the receiving end of some politicians’ sexist remarks.

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    Arjun Kapoor’s hilarious birthday present for Katrina Kaif

    Arjun Kapoor’s early birthday present for Katrina Kaif will surely leave you in splits. The ‘Mubarakan’ star, who, time and again, pokes fun at the actress, took to Instagram to share a picture of himself holding an oar and wrote a hilarious caption alongside.

  • Wanted to explore parts of cinema no one has: Varun Dhawan

    Varun Dhawan says his first thought when he started pursuing acting as his career was that he wanted to explore parts of cinema no one else has. Varun treated his fans to a Q&A session on Twitter, where a user asked about his thoughts when he first started off pursuing acting as his profession. “I just wanted to act… just wanted to do things in acting others haven’t. (I) wanted to explore

  • Mumbai Rains Pictures: Normal life disrupted, rail, road traffic affected, maximum city crawls

    Road and rail traffic was disrupted as heavy rains continued to batter Mumbai, its surroundings areas and large parts of Maharashtra for the fourth consecutive day on Tuesday, officials said. Several inbound or outbound long-distance trains were either cancelled, terminated en route or diverted on the Mumbai-Gujarat and Mumbai-New Delhi sectors.

  • Cristiano Ronaldo to visit South Korea

    Seoul: Football star Cristiano Ronaldo will visit South Korea for the first time in 11 years, officials said on Tuesday.

  • Burari deaths: Doctors ‘haven’t found any foul play’ yet

    New Delhi: The mystery surrounding the deaths of 11 members of a family in the city’s Burari area seems to be inching towards a suicide as doctors haven’t found any foul play in their post mortem reports, according to a police source.

  • PM Narendra Modi to address ‘thanksgiving’ rally in Muktsar tomorrow, security beefed up

    Chandigarh: The Punjab police has beefed up security in the state’s Muktsar district where Prime Minister Narendra Modi is to address a ‘thanksgiving’ rally of farmers tomorrow, to be organised jointly by the SAD and the BJP in the wake of recent hike in MSP of Kharif crops. The rally, which will be held to mark the “unprecedented” increase in the Minimum Support Price of Kharif crops, will

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    Virar: 30-year-old man drowns in pond

    Mumbai: A 30-year-old man drowned in a pond at Virar near here today, a police official said.Mumbai: A 30-year-old man drowned in a pond at Virar near here today, a police official said. Rakesh Khot had gone for swimming in Dongarpada talao (pond) along with a friend. He, however, drowned while swimming in the pond, the official said. The fire brigade has recovered the body and sent it for post-mortem, he said.

  • Pakistan election: Major political parties pledge to combat terrorism, radicalisation if voted to power

    Islamabad: Admitting that terrorism and radicalisation have isolated Pakistan globally, the country’s major political parties have pledged to combat the scourges if they are voted to power in the July 25 general election.  In their manifestos, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) have identified terrorism, radicalisation and extremism as the bane of the country.

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