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16 countries to compete in Red Bull Reign world finals

NEW DELHI:  Red Bull Reign, the ultimate 3-on-3 streetball tournament, will culminate in a world final with sixteen countries sending teams to Toronto on August 31.

Arun Kumar and Suriya win gold in 5000m races

CHANDIGARH: Arun Kumar of Rail Coach Factory of Kapurthala and Suriya of Southern Railway cornered glory by winning the men's and women's 5000 metres race, respectively, in the 85th All-India Railway Athletics Championship, being organised by Central Railway Sports Association at Balewadi Sports Complex, Pune on Tuesday.

Binge drinking more injurious to women: Study

NEW YORK: Binge drinking is emerging as a significant contributor to liver injury and researchers, including one of an Indian-origin, have found that it may be more damaging to women.

US urged to attach conditions to Israel economic aid

WASHINGTON: Democratic Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, one of the American lawmakers who recently got barred from entering Israel, has urged the US government to set conditions on economic and military aid to the country until it guarantees the rights of the Palestinians.

Fathegarh sahib police nabbed nigerian citizen from delhi for smuggling & supplying drugs:Amneet Kondal

FATEHGARH SAHIB: With an objective to curb drug menace in the state, the campaign initiated by Punjab Govt. got a big success today when Fatehgarh Sahib Police nabbed the Nigerian drug smuggler & supplier for supplying drugs from Delhi to other states. He has been arrested with 200 gram heroin. 

Danni Wyatt scripts history with a ton in WCSL

NEW DELHI: Danni Wyatt has scripted history as she became the first ever English player to score a ton in the Women's Cricket Super League (WCSL). Playing for Southern Vipers, Wyatt scored 110 off 60 balls.

Yogi slammed after woman burnt alive over talaq plaint

LUCKNOW:  A young woman in Uttar Pradesh was burnt alive in front of her five-year-old daughter after she complained to the police that her husband has divorced her by uttering "talaq" thrice.

CBI granted time in Unnao rape survivor accident case

NEW DELHI:  The Supreme Court on Monday granted two weeks more to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to conclude its probe in the Unnao rape survivor accident case.

Triple talaq cases rise in UP after law comes into force

LUCKNOW:  The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act, 2019 which criminalises triple talaq has, so far, failed to act as a deterrent to the cases of triple talaq in Uttar Pradesh.

Kabul bombing: Afghanistan postpones 100th I-Day celebrations

KABUL:  The Afghan government has postponed celebrations to commemorate the 100th Independence Day of Afghanistan which was scheduled for Monday in the historic Dar-ul-Aman Palace.

63 killed in Kabul wedding bombing

KABUL: At least 63 people were killed and more than 180 others injured when a suicide bomber targeted a wedding hall in Kabul, packed with hundreds of guests, an Afghan government official said.

Kashmir: Will BBC Once Again Lift The Veil Of Secrecy?

It is just as well that the BBC has decided to expand its shortwave radio service in Kashmir to beat the communications blackout. This is not the first time the BBC has played this role - and for good reason. Because the supine, mainstream media in L.K. Advanis words crawls when it is asked to bend.

Haryanvi model raped by photographer in UP

GURUGRAM: A Haryanvi model was repeatedly raped by a photographer on the pretext of marriage in western Uttar Pradesh's Shamli district, an official said on Friday.

Capt Amarinder Singh warns Anti-National forces against attempt to destroy peace

JALANDHAR: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday warned inimical forces against any attempt to destroy the peace and harmony of the country, while calling upon the people to join hands in fighting such forces.

Revoking Article 370 realised dream of 'One Nation, One Constitution': Modi

NEW DELHI: With the revocation of special status for Jammu and Kashmir, Indians can now say with pride 'One Nation, One Constitution', Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday, and outlined the future path of his government for the next five years, stressing on population control, cutting down on plastic use, drinking water for all, creation of a Chief of Defence Staff post and thrust on infrastructure.

Free bus travel for women in Delhi from Oct 29: Kejriwal

NEW DELHI: Women can travel for free on DTC and cluster buses in Delhi from October 29, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced on Independence Day on Thursday.

There is no bigger decision than Kashmir: PM Modi (IANS Interview)

NEW DELHI:  With Prime Minister Narendra Modi completing 75 days today in his second avatar as the nation's helmsman, he speaks extensively to IANS on his priorities going forward and also touches upon various sensitive issues varying from Jammu & Kashmir, medical reforms, criticality of education to taking the knife to the tumor of corruption within the bureaucracy. In an extensive conversation with IANS Editor-in-Chief Sandeep Bamzai, the Prime Minister walks him through the most contentious issues facing India and his remedies for the maladies.

Despite govt denial, foreign media show protests in Kashmir

NEW DELHI: Even as the government denied large-scale protests in Jammu and Kashmir and termed as "mischievous" BBC's photographs showing thousands marching in protest against the changed status of Kashmir, pictures published by The New York Times and Washington Post show streets full of protesters and some streets littered with bricks and stones, apparently thrown by protesters on the teeming security personnel.

Special trophy for Indian eves in Spain

NEW DELHI:  The Indian women's football team have impressed one and all with its performance in the COTIF Cup 2019 in Valencia (Spain) so much so that the tournament's President was moved to hand them a special third-placed trophy after the end of the tournament.

Maharashtra girl salutes soldier; women tie rakhi, do 'arti'

MUMBAI:  While the defence, police, National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) and other security forces personnel are known for their selfless services, particularly during disasters, at times they receive unexpected compliments as well.


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