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Media obsessed with link-up rumours: Jacqueline Fernandez

NEW DELHI: Actress Jacqueline Fernandez, who was romantically linked to her "A Gentleman..." co-star Sidharth Malhotra, is unfazed by link-up rumours and says media is obsessed with it.

Media obsessed with link-up rumours: Jacqueline Fernandez

Actress Jacqueline Fernandez, who was romantically linked to her "A Gentleman..." co-star Sidharth Malhotra, is unfazed by link-up rumours and says media is obsessed with it.

Aarushi murder case: Timeline of one of the most mysterious whodunits

NEW DELHI: The Aarushi murder case is one of India's most sensational and mysterious murders. The May 16-17, 2008, double murder of teenager Aarushi Talwar and domestic help Hemraj remains an unsolved case, in which the girl's parents, dentist couple Rajesh and Nupur Talwar have been acquitted by court. Here is a timeline of the case.

Willing to provide half of grant to DMRC if centre pays other half: Kejriwal

NEW DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday said his government is ready to pay half the grants-in-aid for the next five years to DMRC to avoid a Metro fare hike if the central government is ready to pay the other half.

Spanish rider seals mountain biking rally honour

DHARAMSALA: Spanish rider Adria Noguera of the Scott Bikes team won the eight-stage race of Hero MTB (mountain bike) Himalaya rally that concluded here on Saturday after transversing largely over inhospitable off-road tracks of Himachal Pradesh.

'Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro' director Kundan Shah dead

Filmmaker Kundan Shah, who gave Indian cinema a different brand of humour with the cult black comedy "Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro" and subsequently television shows like "Nukkad" and "Wagle Ki Duniya" with the 'aam aadmi' at the centrestage, died here early on Saturday, a family member said. He was 69.

Galaxy Note8 sales beat iPhone 8, Samsung India set for record year

amsung Galaxy Note8 that came to India last month and saw over 250,000 registrations within no time is selling like hot cakes and has left Apple iPhone 8 and 8 Plus behind in the race at the moment, industry sources said on Wednesday.

Fear grips Dalits in Gujarat village after youth's killing

An atmosphere of fear hung over a colony of Dalits in this Gujarat village after the killing of a young man from the community for attending a Navratri garba event.

Tripura scribes press for CBI probe into reporter's murder

 Journalists in Tripura on Monday held an hour-long sit-in here demanding a CBI probe into the murder of local television journalist Santanu Bhowmik on September 20.

Foreigners pedalling towards cleaner, healthier Himachal

SHIMLA: Foreigners are literally pedalling towards a cleaner and healthier countryside in Himachal Pradesh.

Lack of innovation, high prices discouraging people from buying iPhones

After a cold response at the doors of Apple corporate resellers for the latest iPhones -- iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, smartphone users have said the lack of innovation coupled with high price of the devices have affected their decision to buy the flagship models.

India's external debt rises to $485.8 bn

MUMBAI: India's total external debt for the end-June quarter 2017 rose to $485.8 billion, from $471.9 billion reported for the end-March period, official data showed on Friday.

Heavy rains wreak havoc in Bengaluru

Heavy rains in Bengaluru and surrounding districts on Wednesday crippled normal life, flooding roads and houses and leading to traffic snarls in many localities in the city.

22 DPS-40 Students-Teachers Delegation Left for Malaysia

CHANDIGARH:  Today, on occasion of World Tourism Day, a 22 member students and teachers delegation of Delhi Public School, Sector 40C, led by Mrs. Sapna Nagal and Sapna Gajwani left for a six days visit of Malaysia. During their visit, which is facilitated by Yuvsatta-an NGO, they will be visiting SMK VIVEKANANDA School at Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. This international delegation was flagged-off today by American Gandhi Bernie Meyer-the brand Ambassador of annual Global Youth Peace Fest.

Chandigarh hosting North Zone Badminton

CHANDIGARH: Chandigarh Badminton Association is organising the Yonex Sunrise North Zone Inter-State Badminton Championships-2017 from September 26 to 29 at Panjab University Indoor Badminton Hall in Sector 14 here.

'Super Premium' iPhone X begins 'cannibalising' iPhone 8, 8 Plus

As the sale of iPhone 8 and 8 Plus began in several countries on Friday, queues outside Apple Stores were shorter than previous years and the growing craze to own "super premium" iPhone X is likely to be the reason, media reported.

Swine flu kills 87 in 83 days in Madhya Pradesh

The death toll due to swine flu in Madhya Pradesh stands at 87 in 83 days (July 1 to September 21), even as 129 persons are being treated for the disease in different hospitals, officials said on Friday.

Preeti to lead India in Australian Hockey League (Women)

Hockey India today announced an 18-member Indian women’s team to participate in the Australian Hockey League 2017 (Women) which starts on September 28.The team will be captained by forward Preeti Dubey while Udita will shoulder the responsibility of vice-captain.

iPhone X to cannibalise iPhone 8 orders: Top analyst

 As Apple gets ready to ship iPhone 8 and 8 Plus before it opens iPhone X for pre-orders, a top analyst with Taiwanese business group KGI Securities has warned that iPhone X will cannibalise iPhone 8 orders.

Punjab CM rubbishes opposition charge of spike in farm suicides in last 6 months

NEW DELHI: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday cited official data to rubbish the opposition claims that the suicide cases by farmers in the state had doubled since his government announced farm loan waiver, and assured that the notification to formally implement the waiver would be issued shortly.