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'Parmanu...' collects Rs 4.82 crore on opening day

Director Abhishek Sharma's "Parmanu - The Story of Pokhran" minted Rs 4.82 crores on its opening day on Friday

Northern region leads with record maximum power demand of India

CHANDIGARH: With the temperature rising in the northern states to 44-46 degrees Celsius the maximum power demand in the region touched 51846 MW on Wednesday with power supply of 12370 lakh units.

You did yourself proud: Shah Rukh to KKR team

 Superstar Shah Rukh Khan is "still smiling" even after Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) failed to make it to final of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018 and says the team is "awesome".

Modi says 'India First' as government completes 4 years

As the BJP-led Central government completed four years in office, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said development has become a vibrant mass movement and he will continue to serve the people as it is always "India First" for him.

Apple received 30,000 device information requests from governments

The governments around the world sent requests for device information on 29,718 Apple devices, with India asking for 27 device requests in the July-December 2017 period, the iPhone maker has revealed.

John Abraham's school crush story

Actor John Abraham confessed that he used to have a crush on his school teacher because she was "beautiful and intelligent".

Mohit Suri hails Indi-pop in 1990s

Filmmaker Mohit Suri says Indi-pop in the 1990s revolutionized the Indian music scene.

Infiltration bid foiled, 4 militants killed in Kashmir

Four militants were killed in a gunfight with the Indian Army on the Line of Control (LoC) after an infiltration attempt from across the de facto border with Pakistan was foiled early on Saturday, officials said.

Heatwave conditions likely to persist in Delhi

It was a clear Saturday morning here with the minimum temperature recorded at 24.5 degrees Celsius, two notches below the season's average, said the Met Office, and added that heatwave conditions are likely to persist in the city.

Species of bats dwelling on the old banyan trees in Baradari garden Patiala, may prove hazardous

PATIALA:  Former Depuyy Speaker of Punjab Vidhan Sabha Bir Devinder Singh today warned against threat of Nipah virus in Patiala where various species of bats are dwelling in large number.

Punjab CM condemns Toronto Blast as 'Cowardly and Unpardonable"

CHANDIARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has condemned the cowardly act of terrorism that left around 15 people injured in an explosion at an Indian restaurant in a Toronto suburb in Canada on Thursday night.

Android devices being shipped with pre-installed malware: Avast

NEW DELHI:  Thousands of Android devices including those from manufacturers like ZTE, Archos and myPhone are being shipped with pre-installed malware globally including in India, global cyber-security company Avast claimed on Friday.

Hasina hopes India, Bangladesh will resolve disputes amicably

SANTINIKETAN (WEST BENGAL): Without mentioning the contentious Teesta issue, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday hoped that the two countries will be able to resolve all their problems amicably

UAE issues Kerala travel warning over Nipah virus

ABU DHABI: The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention (Mohap) has asked people to put off unnecessary travel to Kerala where a Nipah virus (NiV) outbreak has claimed 10 lives and at least 40 others have been quarantined.

Petrol prices rise over Rs 3/litre in 12 days

NEW DELHI: Petrol prices across the four metros increased by over Rs 3 per litre in 12 days after dynamic pricing system was resumed on May 14, data on the Indian Oil Corp (IOC) website shows.

Scindia asks MP government to allot him Bhopal residence

BHOPAL: Congress MP Jyotiraditya Scindia has written to the Madhya Pradesh government to allot him a residence in the state capital to help him in his canvassing for the upcoming Assembly polls.

Modi underlines Centre's commitment towards education

SANTINIKETAN (WEST BENGAL) :Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday asserted the Central government's commitment towards revitalising the educational infrastructure and boost an innovative mindset among students.

Canada blast: Sushma in touch with Indian diplomats

NEW DELHI: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Friday said she is in touch with Indian diplomats in Canada following a blast in an Indian restaurant in that country that reportedly left 15 people injured.

Gadkari advocates bringing fuel under GST

NEW DELHI: With petrol and diesel rates skyrocketing on a daily basis, Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari on Friday advocated bringing fuel under the GST to curb the price hike.

Explosion in Canada Indian restaurant injures 15

OTTAWA: At least 15 people were injured following a blast in an Indian restaurant in Canada's Mississauga city, the media reported.


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