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    Balasaheb Thackeray once told me Sanjay Dutt was completely innocent: Nitin Gadkari after watching Sanju

    Ranbir Kapoor-starrer Sanju is getting a solid response at the box office. However, the film is getting backlashes from the media as well as politicians for allegedly portraying Sanjay Dutt as a good man and victimised him. On this issue, many people have been giving their own opinion. Recently, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari watched Sanju and has reportedly

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    Bihar: Missing RJD leader’s beheaded body found in Nawada

    Patna: The headless body of a missing RJD leader has been found in Bihar’s Nawada district, police said on Tuesday. Kailash Paswan, 55, General Secretary of the Rashtriya Janata Dal in Nawada, was missing for nearly four days.

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    Meet Kubbra Sait, the actress stealing the limelight as ‘Cuckoo’ on Netflix’s Sacred Games

    Netflix’s Sacred Games is based on author Vikram Chandra’s novel and has been receiving a lot of positive reviews since its release on July 6, 2018. While netizens cannot stop praising Saif Ali Khan, Radhika Apte and Nawazuddin Siddiqui, there is another actress who is stealing the limelight. The actress is Kubra Kait, who plays a transgender named ‘Cuckoo’ with utmost ease in the Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwani’s series. Cuckoo has

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    Mumbai: Couple injured as bike gets stuck in pothole at Kandivali

    Mumbai: A couple met with an accident near the Western Express Highway at Thakur village on Monday morning after the tyre of their bike got stuck in a pothole. Hemal Master, 40, and his wife Karuna, 41, were travelling from Kandivli to Borivli on a bike to reach work, when the bike accidentally got stuck in a pothole near Mahindra & Mahindra Limited, Thakur Village since it was raining heavily and the

  • Mulk trailer: Rishi Kapoor, Taapsee Pannu question religion, patriotism in courtroom drama

    Rishi Kapoor and Taapsee Pannu have teamed up for the first time and the trailer of their film titled ‘Mulk’ was revealed yesterday. After his terrorist-son is killed in a crossfire with the forces, Kapoor’s entire family is labelled as terrorists who run a terrorist training camp within the premises of their residence in Varanasi. He then takes help from court in order to prove his innocence

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    Karnataka SSLC supplementary result 2018: Results likely to be out his week at

    The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) is likely to release the Karnataka SSLC June 2018 results this week. Candidates are advised to keep checking the result at The SSLC Supplementary examinations were conducted from June 21 to June 28. Meanwhile, as of now, there is no official confirmation from the board on the date of the release. The results may release any day this week. Sources said, however, that the

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    Mumbai: 17-year-old arrested on rape charges after minor gives birth to baby girl

    Mumbai: A 17-year-old boy was arrested in Mumbai on the charges of rape. The boy, who lives in a locality in Mankhurd area of Mumbai, was booked for raping a minor. The incident was reported to the police when the victim gave birth to a baby girl in KEM Hospital in Parel on June 22.

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    Mumbai: Worli Fort is now a forgotten historical site? read why

    Mumbai: When Mumbai was declared as an open-defecation free city (ODF) by Quality Council of India, a union-government affiliated agency in October last year, it may have missed checking the forgotten corners of the city. Perched on the tip of Worli is a fort built by the British in the 17th century to monitor pirates and enemy ships. Now, the same fort which overlooks the Mahim Bay and Bandra-Worli Sea Link, is

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    Maharashtra government to implement India’s first plastic buyback scheme from July 11

    Mumbai: Just weeks after Maharashtra imposed a ban on single-use plastic, the state government is set to implement a buyback scheme for PET bottles and plastic milk pouches to ensure recycling. If executed properly, Maharashtra will be India’s first state to implement the plastic buyback scheme from July 11.

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    Mumbai Rains: 38 people died in first month of monsoon

    Mumbai: Just one month into the monsoon, Mumbai has already witnessed 38 deaths and 56 injuries. Last year in the same period, there were 26 deaths reported in rain-related incidents. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) data shows that nearly 1,700 rain-related incidents, ranging from house collapse to drowning and tree fall, have been reported since June 1 this year. Half of the 38 deaths have been reported this week alone.

  • UPSC Civil Services Prelims result 2018 likely to be declared today at @; here’s how to check

    The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is expected to declare the result for 2018 civil services prelims exam today i.e July 10 on the official website- The prelim exam were conducted on June 3 at 73 exam centres across the country. Over three lakh candidates appeared for the exam. The Prelim exam was organised in two parts – Paper-I and Paper-II, the marks obtained in Paper 1 alone are considered for

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    Thai cave rescue: Rescuers will extract remaining 5 young footballers today

    Mae Sai: Rescuers will today extract the remaining five young footballers who have been trapped deep inside a flooded Thai cave for 18 days, the mission chief said, as heavy rains threatened their perilous escape route. The hoped-for final chapter in an ordeal that has gripped the world comes after elite foreign divers and Thai Navy SEALs escorted eight members of the “Wild Boars” football team out of the claustrophobic network of tunnels on