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World Cup 2018 final: Russian punk band invades pitch. Watch video

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The Moto E5 Plus is big on battery, display, and that may make it best multimedia phone for masses

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News digest: Tata Tele loss, car market, Essar under watch, and more

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Modi rally today: BJP, TMC race to one-up each other

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Fiona Fernandez: One-track mind

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Nearly four years back, while we were visiting Cambodia, largely to soak in the grandeur and scale of the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Angkor Wat — a pit stop in the historic capital city of Phnom Penh — an nth hour addition to our itinerary — turned out to be quite a mind-altering experience, as far as preservation and national pride goes. This tiny country, one of Asia's least developed, and still recovering from the scars of Pol Pot's tyrannical regime, seemed extremely focused that coming generations as well as visitors experienced their past. More importantly, they had set in order timely reminders so they learnt from it to avoid a repeat, at any cost. We had signed up for a tour of the infamous Killing Fields, a little outside off Phnom Penh. Prior to the trail, the tour involved a visit to a school, now renamed as the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, within the limits of the city that imprisoned 'anti-nationals' (read: liberal minds, educationists, artists and bas..
                 

Lust Stories is a shriek in the face of Indian filmdom

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Delhi Air Hostess Jumps Off Terrace, Family Alleges Dowry Harassment

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Stop denigrating India's rise

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Donald Trump Arrives In Finland's Helsinki Ahead Of Putin Summit

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Thane Woman Dies After Flat's Ceiling Collapses; Father, Son Injured

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Felt proud to help woman, who gave birth to twins in train: Cop

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The on-duty Sub Inspector Nitin Gaur, who along with two RPF lady staff Head Constables pressed into action after a woman gave birth to twins in train at Mumbai's Kalyan railway station called themselves fortunate and felt proud.Speaking to ANI, the Sub Inspector said that both the mother and twins are healthy and doing well."As soon as I got the information I along with two lady constables attended her and intimated railway medical team and other concerned people. Babies and mother are fine. We felt proud and fortunate that we helped them," Gaur said.Meanwhile, mother-in-law of the woman, Mushraf Jahan said the team who attended her daughter-in-law helped them a lot.The woman, Shaikh Salma Tabassum, a resident of Narayan Nagar, Ghatkopar - was travelling with her family in LTT-Visakhapatnam Express train when she gave birth to the twins after labour pain on board.Thereafter, Gaur, along with two RPF lady staff Head Constables Neelam Gupta and Surekha Kadam pressed into action and .....
                 

Clashes in TN as BJP tries to ‘appropriate’ Congress’s ex-CM

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CBI flip-flop again in IRCTC hotels scam case, official is named now

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Delhi teen hangs self at police station

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Rajasthan constable examinations conclude, people heave sigh of relief. Here's why

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Mumbai flooding spots: BMC blames Metro Rail construction work

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The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation's (BMC's) multi-crore efforts to make the city flood-free by improving the drainage system, have, well gone down the drain, thanks to ongoing infrastructure projects and rampant concretisation. Over the past few years, the number of flooding spots in the city has increased to 225, according to BMC's latest figures, from 40 spots in 2014. According to BMC's budget speech for 2014-15, the chronic flooding spots in the city were pegged at 40. In 2015-16 and 2016-17, the same number continued. But in the budget speech of 2017-18, it was revealed that the number of spots has increased to 66, and to eliminate these sites, BMC allocated an estimated budget of Rs 74 crore. Kemps Corner Cut to the 2018-19 budget speech by Municipal Commissioner Ajoy Mehta, in which he mentioned that during the heavy rainfall on August 29, 2017, BMC officials identified a total of 146 flooding spots. Post this, the civic body had set a target of eliminating 55 of the 146..
                 

Why is Chitrangada so happy?

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Shashi Tharoor: The Sangh does not speak for Hindus like me

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Food Delivery Boys Vandalise Restaurant in Delhi’s Kalkaji After Fight over Parking Space

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Potholes Alone Can't be Blamed for Accidents, Says Maharashtra Minister; Govt Data Proves Otherwise

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Mumbai: Over 150 MT banned plastic lying in godown, no clarity on disposal

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Milk shortage likely to hit Mumbai and Pune as farmers suspend supply

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The US Air Force's Toilet Seat Covers Come With A Price Tag Of $10,000

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RS Prasad questions Rahul's silence over 'Muslim party' remark

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Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has questioned Congress president Rahul Gandhi's silence over his "Congress is a Muslim party" remark.Speaking to ANI, the minister said that Rahul's statement on Muslims is purely inspired by vote bank politics."What Rahul Gandhi has said (Congress is a pro-Muslim party) fits the pattern when he had earlier said saffron or Hindu terror is more dangerous than LeT. It's purely inspired by vote bank politics. Therefore, we want Rahul Gandhi to answer," Prasad said.The Congress chief has been facing flak for a statement "Yes, Congress is a Muslim party," which he reportedly made at a meeting with Muslim intellectuals and activists on July 11.However, the Congress has said that Rahul had never made this statement and rubbished the report of an Urdu newspaper which quoted Rahul saying, "Yes, Congress is a Muslim party"."This is absolute lies&shameful spin by the newspaper. The BJP using it to further its own agenda, yet again, exposes their desperate ...
                 

Putin 'proud' of Russia's handling of World Cup

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President Vladimir Putin said Russia could be "proud" of its hosting of the football World Cup, judging it a success "in every respect" after final. "We can surely be proud of how we organised this tournament," Putin said in televised comments after France's victory against Croatia yesterday. "We have made this grand event a success in every respect," he added. "We have done it for our supporters, for Russians who are passionate about sport and for all those who love sport across the world." Putin thanked the foreign fans who came to Russia for the tournament. Before it started a month ago, there had been concerns due to the memory of violence between Russian and English fans during the Euro 2016 tournament in France. Fans at this World Cup however "showed that sport and football can manage not to divide people and not lead to fights and disputes, but unite people on the basis of common values," Putin said. "People tried to scare us by saying the English would come and commit .....
                 

He left Valley to join militancy, is winning hearts with his song

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Bengal govt issues transfer orders to two Hill teachers for ‘anti-govt’ activities

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Hope for 3,500 Indian workers stranded in Kuwait

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World Cup 2018: Putin gets his own umbrella as world leaders get drenched in rain

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Delhi Girl Kills Self Inside Police Post Fearing Family’s Wrath Over Friendship With Neighbour

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Jharkhand Police Trace Fourth Child Sold in Ranchi Baby Selling Racket

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Woman delivers twins in train at Kalyan station, RPF arrives for help

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Bombay High Court acquits man for being minor at the time of crime

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Security guard’s body found in water tank

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Police officer, bystander die from gunshot wounds

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A Massachusetts police officer and bystander died from wounds sustained when a suspect allegedly took the officer's gun and fired following a vehicle crash and a foot chase. Weymouth officer Michael Chesna was shot multiple times by his own firearm around 7:30 a.m. yesterday, and died from the injuries at South Shore Hospital, officials said. An unidentified elderly woman also died after being hit by stray bullets in a nearby home, authorities said. Weymouth Police Chief Richard Grimes said the shooting suspect, 20-year-old Emanuel Lopes, was in custody. Weymouth is located approximately 16 miles (26 kilometers) south of Boston on what is known as the South Shore. Police say the suspect crashed a car, fled the scene, and was later discovered by Chesna allegedly vandalizing a home. Prosecutors say that's when he attacked Chesna with a rock to the head. Chesna fell to the ground, and officials say, Lopes took the officer's gun and shot Chesna multiple times in the head and chest. Lopes..
                 

Deadly fire shuts down key route to Yosemite National Park

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A wildfire that killed a California firefighter grew quickly and forced the closure of a key route into Yosemite National Park as crews contended with sweltering conditions, authorities said. The blaze that broke out Friday scorched more than 6 square miles (16 square kilometers) of dry brush along steep, remote hillsides on the park's western edge yesterday. It was burning largely out of control, and officials shut off electricity to many areas, including Yosemite Valley, as a safety precaution. Guests were ordered to leave Yosemite Cedar Lodge Saturday afternoon as flames crept up slopes and the air became thick with smoke. "You can't see anything, it's so smoky outside. It's crazy," said front desk clerk Spencer Arebalo, one of a handful of employees who stayed behind at the popular hotel inside the park. He said it was surreal to see the property empty at the height of tourist season. "We're counting on being closed at least one more day," Arebalo said. Evacuations were also .....
                 

2 BSF men killed in Chhattisgarh encounter

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Our ship-build periods are longer than global averages: Vice-Admiral Girish Luthra

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FIFA World Cup 2018: Full list of prize winners

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Worried About Errors in Your PAN Card? Here's How You Can Rectify Them

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Speak up Mumbai: G for Ganpati, G for green: For an eco-friendly festival

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Rajyavardhan Rathore visits Ahmedabad to interact with fitness enthusiast

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‘She was a victim of domestic violence’

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IGNOU extends deadline for all programmes

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Sacred Games row: Anurag Kashyap gives 'yay' to Rahul's remark

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Bollywood filmmaker Anurag Kashyap has hailed Congress president Rahul Gandhi's comment on his controversial web show 'Sacred Games'.Kashyap, who is the filmmaker and co-director of the web show expressed his sentiments on Twitter and said, "That's a yay," quoting Rahul's tweet.Netflix's web series 'Sacred Games', has been landed in a legal soup over its certain content that purportedly insulted former prime minister and Rahul's father Rajiv Gandhi.Rahul on Sunday tweeted that unlike the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), he believes that freedom of expression is a fundamental democratic right."BJP/RSS believe the freedom of expression must be policed & controlled. I believe this freedom is a fundamental democratic right. My father lived and died in the service of India. The views of a character on a fictional web series can never change that. #SacredGames," he tweeted.Earlier, the Congress chief had said that the views of a character in a .....
                 

Viral video: Boy rolls around the street in a wheel

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Probe spending on choppers by SAD-BJP govt: Navjot Singh Sidhu

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Man demands Rs 50,000 dowry for taking back wife, gives triple talaq after birth of girl child

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Muslim law board endorses nikah halala, says it is quranic practice and cannot be challenged

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Congress Lambasts PM Modi's 'Party for Muslim Men' Comment, Calls it 'Sick Mentality'

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Mumbai: Sessions Court changes penalty from one month to a single day

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Meet discusses debilitating effect of multiple sclerosis

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Man who killed Indian student at Kansas city dead, says police

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Novak Djokovic destroys Kevin Anderson to win 4th Wimbledon title

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Dharmendra Jore: Let's join hands to kill social evil together

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The I&B Ministry's plan to set up a hub to monitor activity on social media has started a debate - should one's freedom of expression and right to privacy be considered unlimited until it does not infringe on similar rights that the constitution offers to other stakeholders in a democratic set-up? Another question that concerned citizens and the SC have been asking is if the government's plan of tapping the social media message would create a "surveillance state". A three-member SC bench has asked the government to respond to its concern, while hearing a case filed by a Trinamool Congress legislator, Mahua Moitra. Social media is abuzz... Other than infringement of privacy, users fear inspector raaj in the name of fake news/information from the government when things in cyber space are not going the way the ruling dispensation wants. Social media's upsurge, especially WhatsApp, has been a bane and a boon. Unlike conventional media, social media operates in many ways with substant..
                 

India hopes to be 3rd largest economy by 2030, behind US and China

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Woman Who Accused Ex-BJP MLA of Rape Untraceable, Say Surat Police

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DNA Edit: Threatening BJP won't solve Mehbooba Mufti's problems

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Criminal Wanted For Over 24 Cases Arrested From UP By Haryana Police

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Was Russia 2018 the greatest of all Fifa World Cups?

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Probing attacks abroad, seizures: Govt wants more powers for NIA

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Kumaraswamy on Congress tie-up: Not happy, swallowing pain like Lord Shiva who drank poison

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Punjab policemen write poems, ghazals to help eradicate drug addiction menace

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With bezel-less screen and pop-up selfie cam, Vivo Nex at Rs 50000 could be most exciting phone launch in July

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Sunshine story: Meet the artists who can't see colour but can smell it right

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What would it be like if you had to paint on a canvas with your eyes blindfolded? The task would not only be difficult but extremely challenging as well. But, 37-year-old artist Krupa Shah from Walkeshwar is teaching a bunch of visually impaired kids that life is all about taking up these challenges and showing the world that nothing is impossible. At a Worli-based school for such children, Shah is training them in creating masterpieces with their paintbrushes by simply recognising each colour by its unique smell. Shah teaches the kids at one of the workshops Shah has been conducting a series of workshops for partially and completely blind kids at the Happy Home and School for the past fortnight. She is using 10 special organic colours — each of which has a unique smell — to teach the children how to create magic on the canvas. Speaking to mid-day, she said, "I want the kids to paint independently, so that they can create their own form of art without any help. That's h..
                 

Have swallowed pain of coalition govt, says tearful Kumaraswamy

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PIX: Pride and tears for Croatians after World Cup final loss

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PM Modi Still Talking 'Hindu-Muslim' After 4 Years Means Govt Has Achieved Nothing, Says Kejriwal

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DNA Edit: Twitter Troubles - Congress tweet on PM-Sharif bonhomie boomerangs badly

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Senior lawyer held by Delhi Police after advocate alleges rape

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Kolkata Archbishop criticises Taslima Nasreen`s tweet against Mother Teresa

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Woman Who Accused Ex-BJP Lawmaker Of Rape Untraceable: Surat Police

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Syrian government targets rebels near Israel-occupied Golan

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Syrian government forces unleashed hundreds of missiles on a rebel-held area near the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, activists have said, the latest phase in an offensive to clear southern Syria of insurgents. The government's push came after it had secured control of most of Daraa province in an offensive that began in June. Yesterday, the first batch of armed fighters and their families left the city of Daraa, the provincial capital, in buses that would take them to the rebel-held Idlib province in the north. Similar deals in other parts of Syria resulted in the evacuation of thousands of opposition fighters and civilians - evacuations that the United Nations and rights groups have decried as forced displacement. Syrian President Bashar Assad said yesterday the success in driving the opposition out of Daraa embodies the will of his army and allied forces to "liberate all of Syrian territories" of "terrorism." In recent months and backed by Russian air force, the Syrian government ....
                 

Maoists kill two BSF constables in Chhattisgarh

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Haryana students to get Rs 50 to plant saplings and upload selfies

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No plans to quit BJP as of now: Rao Inderjit Singh

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Minister says can't just blame potholes for accidents in Mumbai, 5 lakh others travel safely

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Monsoon Deficiency Dips to 5% Across India, Rises to 30% in East and Northeast: IMD

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Maharashtra Woman Gives Birth to Twins on Train

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GST practitioners form national body to suggest changes

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Ayodhya verdict must not be based on faith, but ownership of the land, says AIMPLB

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EDMC holds waste segregation workshop

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