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    RRB 2018 recruitment: Group D admit card likely to be released by month end

    The railway recruitment board has started the process of its Group C (ALP and Technician) first stage exam from August 9. However, there is still no information about the selection level 1 group D examination. The railway hasn’t decided the exam date yet hence the RRB Group D admit cards haven’t released yet. Meanwhile, as per mentioned in Catchnews, the RRB Group D admit card likely to be released at the end

  • Trinbago Knight Riders vs St Kitts and Nevis Patriots CPL 2018 Match 5 LIVE streaming: When and where to watch in India

    Trinbago Knight Riders will be playing against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots on August 12. Trinbago Knight Riders won their first match by 100 runs, while St Kitts had a poor start and they lost against Guyana Amazon Warriors, all thanks to fabulous batting of Shimron Hetmyer who scored 79 from 45 deliveries proved enough to clinch a victory by 6 wickets and 21 balls to spare.

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    Hariyali Teej 2018: Beautiful and easy mehendi designs to flaunt on Teej

    Hariyali Teej is the monsoon festival celebrated on the third day of the first fortnight of Shravan or Sawan month, which coincides with the months of July or August in the Gregorian calendar. The festival is also known as Choti Teej or Shravana Teej and falls two days before Nag Panchami. In 2018, Hariyali Teej falls on August 13. The monsoon festival celebrated in the Northern states of India, especially in Uttar

  • India vs England: We would have bowled out any team in world under these conditions, says James Anderson

    London: England pacer James Anderson has said the conditions on day two of the second Test against India here were perfect for bowling and his side would have bowled out any batting line-up in the world under similar situations. Anderson took his 27th Test five-wicket haul, picking 5/20, as India were bowled out for 107 runs with rain intervening thrice during this innings.

  • Amit Shah shown black flags by youth Congress workers  

    Kolkata: BJP president Amit Shah was today shown black flags by youth Congress workers when he came out of the NSC Bose International airport here to attend a rally in central part of the city, the police said. The youth Congress workers showed black flags and raised anti-Modi and anti-Shah slogans as the BJP national president stepped out of the airport.

  • 72nd Independence Day sale: Best deals on Paytm, Flipkart, Amazon,Reliance Digital and Jabong; Read to know

    72nd Independence Day is around the corner, as the days are coming near e-commerce websites and many outlets have started rolling out their Independence Day sale. Huge discount, exchange offer and bank offers are given to customers. Paytm, Jabong, Tata Cliq, Reliance Digital and many other websites and outlets are offering discounts and offers across variety of product range to celebrate the special occasion.

  • EPL 2018 Newcastle vs Tottenham at St James Park LIVE streaming: When and where to watch in India

    Newcastle United will clash with Tottenham Hotspur is to be played at St. James Park Stadium at 5: 00 pm (IST).  Newcastle United had a terrible pre-season and it reflected on the management’s choices of buying and selling players. With Coach Rafa Benitez not approving the club’s hierarchy it seems like that there are plenty of issues to be dealt with within the management before it takes on the field.

  • Uttar Pradesh: Dalit lawyers ‘purify’ Ambedkar’s statue in Meerut after BJP leader garlands it

    Meerut: A group of Dalit lawyers in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh “purified” the statue of Dr B.R. Ambedkar with milk and ‘gangaajal’ soon after it was garlanded by Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) state secretary Sunil Bansal on Friday. The lawyers say that the statue placed near the district court here got “dirty” after Bansal garlanded it.

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    MoS Railways Rajen Gohain booked for raping 24-year-old in Assam

    Guwahati: The Assam Police has filed a case against Minister of State (MoS) for Railways Rajen Gohain for allegedly raping a woman in Assam’s Nagaon district. The case was registered after the woman filed a complaint against the Gohain on August 2.

  • EPL 2018 Newcastle vs Tottenham at St James Park: FPJ’s dream XI prediction for Newcastle and Tottenham

    Newcastle United will clash with Tottenham Hotspur is to be played at St. James Park Stadium at 5: 00 pm (IST).  Newcastle United had a terrible pre-season and it reflected on the management’s choices of buying and selling players. With Coach Rafa Benitez not approving the club’s hierarchy it seems like that there are plenty of issues to be dealt with within the management before it takes on the field. Fabian Schar

  • Modi at IIT-Bombay: ‘If you don’t innovate, you will stagnate, says PM

    Mumbai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today that IITs have built brand India globally and their success has helped India become one of the world’s largest pools of technical manpower. Innovation and enterprise, the prime minister stressed are the foundation of making India a developed nation.

  • Sonali Bendre’s post on son Ranveer’s 13th birthday is heart-wrenching

    Bollywood actress Sonali Bendre took everyone off-guard when she announced her battle with a high-grade cancer that had metasised, and she needed to go the US for treatment. Despite the sudden shock, she has put up a strong stand is always channeling positivity.

  • Hot! Salman Khan gets ripped as he accepts Kiren Rijiju’s fitness challenge; Watch video

    Mumbai: Superstar Salman Khan, who is currently in Malta shooting for his upcoming film “Bharat”, on Saturday shared a fitness video after he was nominated in an online challenge by Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju. The “Dabangg” star shared a video of him cycling and working out in the gym. At the end of the video Salman is heard saying “Hum fit toh India fit

  • No university set up Mahatma Gandhi chair despite UGC nod: HRD Ministry 

    New Delhi: No university in the country has established Mahatma Gandhi chair despite the nod from the University Grants Commission (UGC), according to HRD Ministry officials. In order to enrich the academic resources of the university system, the UGC has formulated a scheme for establishment of chairs in universities in the name of nobel laureates, illustrious persons and persons of eminence in areas of their outstanding contributions.