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  • Man kills wife, toddler children and grandmother in suburban Perth home

    Perth: A 24-year-old man has been accused of killing his wife, three toddlers and mother-in-law with a blunt instrument and knives at their suburban family home, where he remained for several days before turning himself in, Australian police said Monday.

  • Rashmika Mandanna allegedly calls off her engagement with Rakshit Shetty

    There were rumours last month that Rashmika Mandanna is breaking up with Rakshit Shetty. However, the actress denied the speculations then and said everything is fine between them. And now buzz is that the engagement has been called off. According to IBTimes, the couple has mutually decided to end their relationship owing to “compatibility” issues.

  • Aircel-Maxis case: Court seeks Karti Chidambaram’s reply over ED’s plea seeking cancellation of interim bail

    New Delhi: Delhi’s Patiala House court on Monday issued notice to Karti Chidambaram on the Enforcement Directorate’s plea seeking cancellation of interim bail granted to him, and sought a reply from him by September 18. Karti, who is being interrogated for his involvement in the Aircel-Maxis case, has also been accused by the ED of not cooperating in the investigation which was one of the conditions on which he was granted interim

  • Ashwini Iyer Tiwari to draw up a watertight no interference contract with Kangana Ranaut?

    With Kangana Ranaut’s reputation as a meddlesome actor on the sets gathering momentum filmmakers are growing increasingly wary of signing on this talented but self-willed actress. We now hear that the gifted Ashwini Iyer Tiwari who has made such spirited films about female heroes as Nil Batte Sannata and Bareilly Ki Barfi, has drawn up a watertight no-interference contract for Kangana Ranaut the leading lady of Ashwini’s new project Panga.

  • Ayodhya issue: ‘Supreme Court is ours’, UP minister clarifies controversial statement

    Lucknow: An Uttar Pradesh cabinet minister waded into controversy after he said the BJP was committed to building a Ram temple in Ayodhya claiming that the “Supreme Court is ours”. However, after his statement received criticism, UP Cooperative minister Mukut Bihari Verma sought to wriggle out of the controversy Monday claiming what he really meant was that the Apex court belonged to the people of the country.

  • Narendra Dabholkar murder case: Accused Sharad Kalaskar sent to CBI custody till Sept 15

    Pune: A sessions court in Pune sent Sharad Kalaskar, an accused in the Narendra Dabholkar murder case, to Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) custody until September 15. However, the court rejected the investigating agency’s demand for the custody of the other two accused, Amit Degwekar and Rajesh Bangera, and instead sent them to magisterial custody.

  • KriArj Entertainment gets into legal trouble; three more cases registered against them

    Ever since John Abraham voiced out the legal hassles he faced with KriArj Entertainment, the situation has only worsened. With many films disassociating themselves with the production house, the latest update on that front is that three more cases have been registered against them, including Prernaa Arora. In recent reports, it has been suggested that companies have filed complaints against KriArj in Jogeshwari, Juhu and MIDC police stations in suburban Mumbai.

  • PNB Fraud: Interpol issues red corner notice against Nirav Modi’s sister Purvi

    New Delhi: Interpol has issued a red corner notice (RCN) against Purvi Modi, a Belgian national and absconding billionaire jeweller Nirav Modi‘s sister, in connection with the alleged USD 2 billion PNB money laundering case, officials said Monday. The notice, which acts as an international arrest warrant, states that Purvi Deepak Modi, 44, is required on charges of “money laundering”.

  • Maharashtra: Opposition targets buses while staging protests against fuel prices hike

    Mumbai: Protesters targeted buses and disrupted train traffic in parts of Maharashtra during the “Bharat Bandh” called Monday by the Congress against the rising fuel prices, but schools, colleges and offices remained opened in the state. Maharashtra Congress workers staged protests in various parts of the BJP-ruled state in response to the nationwide shutdown called by the party’s central leadership against the rising fuel prices.

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    Deepika Padukone slams reporter for asking about her marriage at health awareness event

    The marriage rumours of Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone have been doing the rounds for quite some time now. But the couple isn’t ready to utter a word. Deepika lost her cool at a recent event of FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO) when a reporter asked her a question about her rumoured wedding with Ranveer Singh. While at a point, Deepika was urging women to indulge in self-care and take

  • Another meeting with Xi Jinping will further solidify special relation between China and North Korea, says Kim Jong-un

    Pyongyang: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has expressed a desire to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping soon in order to consolidate ties with the neighbouring country, state media reported on Monday. Kim expressed his wish to Li Zhanshu, the number-three of the Chinese regime, who he met on Sunday in Pyongyang during a ceremony to mark the 70th anniversary of the establishment of North Korea, according to the state run Korean Central News

  • Cambodia: Court releases opposition leader Kem Sokha on bail

    Phnom Penh: Kem Sokha, leader of the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP), who was arrested in September 2017 on treason charges, was allowed to leave prison on Monday after a judge approved his release on bail. The judge, who rejected Sokha’s fifth plea for bail in August, approved his request this time due to health issues, reports Efe news.

  • Alibaba’s co-founder Jack Ma to retire next year

    Bengaluru/Beijing: Alibaba’s Executive Chairman Jack Ma will step down in September 2019 and hand over the reins to Chief Executive Daniel Zhang, the Chinese e-commerce giant said on Monday. Ma, who co-founded the company almost 20 years ago which now is the world’s biggest e-commerce behemoths, said in a letter to his employees that “transition demonstrates that Alibaba has stepped up from a company that relies on individuals, to one built on

  • Bharat Bandh: 2-year-old dies on way to hospital in Bihar’s Jehanabad, BJP attacks Congress

    Patna: A critically ill two-year-old girl died on Monday on her way to a hospital as Bharat Bandh supporters blocked roads in Bihar’s Jehanabad town. The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party and Janata Dal-United leaders attacked the opposition Congress and its ally Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) for the girl’s death due to their shutdown called against fuel price hike. Pramod Manjhi, the victim’s father, said his daughter was

  • Russia: Police detains more than 800 people in protests

    Moscow: Police in Russia detained at least 839 people in nationwide protests against a proposed government pension overhaul, a Russian independent monitoring group said. Protesters gathered in cities across the country on Sunday to rally against a government proposal to raise the country’s retirement age, CNN reported. The protests were organised by supporters of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who is under administrative arrest for organising an unsanctioned rally in the capital in

  • Grocery store shooting in US kills 2 men, say officials

    Washington: Two men have been fatally shot at a grocery store in the US state of Minnesota, officials said. Police officers were called on Sunday to the shooting site at Emerson Food Market in north Minneapolis where they found one man was dead from an apparent gunshot wound, Star Tribune newspaper reported. Two other men with gunshot wounds were taken to a hospital where one of them died of the injuries. The