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Rainy Tuesday morning in Delhi

NEW DELHI:  Following overnight rains, the sky remained overcast in the national capital on Tuesday, with the Met predicting off and on showers through the day.

Bill Cosby faces 5-10 years in jail for sexual assault

NEW DELHI:  Comedian Bill Cosby, who was earlier facing up to 30 years behind bars, will now face a maximum of 10 years after his three counts of his conviction were merged into one.

Nehru Memorial Fund gets eviction notice, refutes 'unauthorised occupation' charge

NEW DELHI: Amidst the raging controversy surrounding the Nehru Memorial Museum Library (NMML), the Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund, chaired by Sonia Gandhi and housed in the Teen Murti Estate here, has been asked by Ministry of Housing and Urban Development to vacate the premises on grounds of "unauthorised occupation", which the Fund has refuted in "unequivocal terms".

Eight persons washed away in Himachal floods, Manali cut off

SHIMLA: Heavy rains in Himachal Pradesh on Monday claimed eight lives and hundreds, including school students, were stranded in the state as incessant rainfall for the third straight day triggered landslides and snapped over 200 road links, officials said.

Two killed as car falls in village drain near Amritsar

AMRITSAR: Two persons father and son died when their car they were travelling fallen in village drain of Lopokey nearly 35 kilometres away from Amritsar city.

What are the Best Books for SSC GD Constable 2018 Exam?

Staff Selection Commission had released the recruitment notification of GD Constable exam some time back and the students preparing for government jobs will face a great competition in this exam. But with a planned preparation strategy and good source, one can easily clear this exam. Through this article we are going to share the list of important books which will help aspirants in clearing the SSC GD Constable exam with ease.

Punjab CM holds emergency meeting on floods, all schools and colleges closed

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday ordered closure of all schools and colleges for tomorrow while reviewing the flood like situation triggered in the state due to incessant rains.

Badal family ruined Punjab more than even terrorism: Sadhu Singh Dharamsot

LUDHIANA: Cabinet Minister for Forests and Wildlife Mr Sadhu Singh Dharamsot today accused the previous Shiromani Akali Dal-Bharatiya Janta Party government of making Punjab bankrupt from all aspects and said that the Badal family ruined the state more than even terrorism. He said this while addressing the gathering of party workers during the Congress party conference at village Chhapar, near here today.

Punjab Police traces Muktsar blind murder case, four gangsters arrested

CHANDIGARH:  The organised crime control unit (OCCU) of Punjab Police has solved a blind murder case which occurred on 11 March 2018 in Sri Muktsar Sahib in which Gurdev Singh (52 years) was killed in broad day light by some unidentified men. A case of murder was registered in Police Station City Sri Muktsar Sahib in this regard.

Hong Kong bans pro-independence party

HONG KONG: Hong Kong authorities on Monday banned a party which openly advocated the independence of the former British colony from the rest of China.

Adil Hussain wants government to back 'Village Rockstars' in Oscar race

NEW DELHI:  Noted Assamese actor Adil Hussain has urged the government to release Rs 5 crore for the promotion of Rima Das' Assamese film "Village Rockstars" ahead of the Oscars, where it will represent India in the Best Foreign Language film category.

There can be no other 'Kaanta laga' girl: Shefali Jariwala

NEW DELHI:  Dancer-actress Shefali Jariwala, who shot to fame with the 2002 controversial song "Kaanta laga", says there can never be another "Kaanta laga" girl.

Stranded navy commander rescued from Indian Ocean

MUMBAI:  Four days after he was seriously injured and stranded in a boat race, Commander Abhilash Tomy of the Indian Navy was rescued on Monday, a Defence Ministry spokesperson said here.

Our differences with Rahul are political, not personal: Rajnath

LUCKNOW: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday said the BJP's differences with Congress President Rahul Gandhi were "political and nor personal" in nature.

Aamir unveils his wily 'Thugs of Hindostan' look

MUMBAI: He rides a donkey, sports curly brown hair and wears a hat. Aamir Khan, who unveiled his look from "Thugs of Hindostan" on Monday, sports an intriguing avatar for his role as the wily Firangi in the Yash Raj Films project.

Massive anti-Maoist operations launched on Andhra-Odisha border

VISAKHAPATNAM:  A day after Maoists gunned down a sitting MLA and a former legislator, personnel of the elite Greyhounds anti-Maoist force and the CRPF launched a massive combing operation in the tribal areas of Visakhapatnam district on Monday.

Himachal roads closed after heavy rains

SHIMLA:  Himachal Pradesh on Monday continued to experience heavy to extremely heavy rains, causing major landslides and blocking highways and link roads, while all major rivers and their tributaries were in spate, officials said here.

Trump's tariffs on $200 bn of Chinese goods kicks in

WASHINGTON: The ongoing trade war between the US and China has escalated after American President Donald Trump's administration's new 10 per cent tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods kicked in on Monday, spanning thousands of products, including food seasonings, baseball gloves, network routers and industrial machinery parts.

Former BCCI chief B.N. Dutt dead

KOLKATA:  Former Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) President B.N. Dutt died at his south Kolkata residence on Monday following respiratory ailments, family sources said.

Swaraj has gruelling schedule at UNGA session

UNITED NATIONS: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will see more action on the sidelines of the high-level UN General Assembly (UNGA) session this week than in its chamber, as she keeps up a gruelling schedule of one-on-one meetings with some 30 leaders and participation in several multilateral meetings.


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