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    Asian Games 2018: India’s schedule on Day 6; where to watch Live

    Indian sportsmen showed an average performance today at Asian Games 2018. The athletes will aim for a good performance on the sixth day of the pan Asian games. There a lot of chances for the players to win a Gold medal in different events. Gymnast Dipa Karmakar will fight for gold in the women’s Balance Beam event, while the Indian boxers will start showing their skills in different weight categories.

  • ‘New audio’ of IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi released

    Cairo/Washington: Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the elusive chief of the Islamic State terror group, in his first purported speech in nearly a year, has asked his followers to “patiently persevere” despite the losses they suffered in Iraq and Syria. The 55-minute recording, which was released by the official ISIS media wing al-Furqan yesterday, came after reports that he was probably killed in a Russian air strike in May last year on the outskirts of

  • Fit again Mansi Joshi back in India squad for tour of Sri Lanka

    New Delhi: Pacer Mansi Joshi made a comeback to the Indian women’s ODI and T20 Internationals squad for the upcoming tour of Sri Lanka. Mansi last played for India in the 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup and a knee injury kept her out for more than a year. She recently made a comeback at the Women’s Challenger Trophy. India will play 3 ODIs as a part of ICC Women’s Championship along with five T20

  • Kerala Flood: EU announces Euro 1.9 lakh to Indian Red Cross Society for flood relief

    New Delhi: The European Union today announced an assistance of Euro 190,000 (Rs 1.53 crore) in aid funding to the Indian Red Cross Society for providing immediate relief to flood-affected people in Kerala. The announcement was made by the office of the grouping, comprising 28 European countries. “In response to the devastating monsoon floods that swept across large parts of the southern Indian state of Kerala, the European Union has allocated an initial

  • Karnataka Rains: Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman to visit flood-hit Kodagu tomorrow

    Madikeri (Karnataka): Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will visit tomorrow the floods and landslide-ravaged Kodagu district, bordering Kerala, where rescue and relief operations are underway in full swing. The torrential rains that lashed the district last week has left a huge trail of destruction and claimed at least 16 lives. Thousands have been rendered homeless.

  • Kerala flood throws glimpses into extra-ordinary heroism and compassion

    Thiruvananthapuram: The unprecedented deluge in Kerala that claimed more than 230 lives and left a trail of destruction also brought out the extraordinary heroism, compassion and unity of people of the state. Amid the devastation, what appears as a silver lining is nothing but the glimpses of human heroism and Kerala’s unrelenting spirit of compassion and resilience in the face of a disaster. Fishermen, who risked their lives venturing into the troubled waters, played

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    Kerala floods: Centre justifies refusing foreign aid for Kerala ,Opposition slams stand

    Kochi/Hyderabad/New Delhi: Opposition parties, including the Congress and CPI(M), today trained its guns on the Centre asking it to remove obstacles in accepting foreign aid for rain-ravaged Kerala, including Rs 700 crore offered by the UAE, even as government justified the stand. Union Minister Alphons Kannanthanam defended the Centre’s decision, saying in refusing foreign aid for rehabilitation of the flood-hit state, the government has followed a 14-year convention it “inherited” from previous

  • Karnataka: Former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s ashes immersed in Cauvery river

    Bengaluru: The ashes of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee were immersed in Cauvery river by Karnataka BJP leaders today. The urn containing the ashes was taken in a procession from the party headquarters in the city to the temple town of Srirangapatna, about 130 km from here, and immersed in the Cauvery at Paschima Vahini, BJP said.

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    Dharmendra reveals the day he thrashed older son Sunny Deol

    Veteran actor Dharmendra has revealed an incident when he thrashed his elder son Sunny Deol. Dharmendra and his sons Bobby Deol and Sunny shot for an episode of a singing reality show. On the show, its host Maniesh Paul played rapid fire with Dharmendra. He asked the actor about Sunny and Bobby.

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    Lakme Fashion Week: “Beauty is confidence,”says Kareena Kapoor Khan

    Kareena Kapoor Khan believes looking beautiful is all about feeling confident. The actor, who is launching her signature make-up range in collaboration with a cosmetic brand, says polishing one’s strength is the best way to stand out in the crowd. “Beauty is confidence. I strongly believe that highlighting your positives and playing on your strengths is the key to looking beautiful. And one beauty secret that I abide by is that ‘less

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    Explain gross delay in demolishing illegal shrines: Bombay High Court to Maharashtra government

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today sought an explanation from the Maharashtra government over the “gross delay” in demolishing illegal shrines in the state. The government had to raze all unauthorised shrines, built after September 29, 2009, by December 2017. A division bench of Justices A S Oka and M S Sonak was hearing a public interest litigation filed by a city-based NGO, Janhit Manch, seeking action against illegal shrines in the state.

  • After daughter Suhana, Shah Rukh Khan’s wife Gauri stuns as magazine cover mother; See pic inside

    A month after ‘King Khan’ Shah Rukh‘s daughter Suhana made her magazine cover debut with Vogue, impressing one and all. As soon as Suhana’s pictures hit the internet, it instantly went viral. And now, it is Suhana’s mom Gauri who has graced the cover of the leading magazine. Mrs Khan graced the Femina magazine and she is looking dead drop gorgeous. Wearing a white quirky shirt

  • Onam 2018: Wishes, greetings, images to share on SMS, WhatsApp, Facebook

    Onam is the annual festival with origins in Kerala and is celebrated by Malayalis across the globe. It commemorates the home-coming of the mythical king Mahabali and falls during the month of Chingam (August-September), according to the Malayalam calendar. A lot of cultural elements are infused in the celebrations, making it a colourful and a grand affair. The festival is celebrated with numerous events that include Vallam Kali (boat race), Pookkalam (flower

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    Quota: Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis calls meeting of Dhangar leaders next week

    Mumbai: With Dhangar community members threatening to intensify their stir for quota, the Maharashtra government has invited them for a meeting with Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis here on August 27. The ‘Dhangar’ (Shepherd) community which constitutes 9 per cent of the total population of Maharashtra is seeking the Scheduled Tribe (ST) status. They are currently included in the Vimukt Jati Nomadic Tribe (VJNT) category whereas the “Dhangad” community is classified under the ST category.

  • Shilpa Shetty Kundra to make her big radio debut !

    From making her mark on the big screen, television and even the digital space with her wellness channel, Shilpa Shetty Kundra now makes her big radio debut as she lends her voice to the Mahabharata.