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Hangul numbers 'alarming', but not beyond redemption: Official

SRINAGAR: Hangul or the Indian elk found exclusively in the higher rises of the Kashmir Valley is said to be in the red zone. A senior wildlife warden who has spent over a decade looking after their population inside the Dachigam National Park on Friday said the overall scenario of the Hangul (Kashmiri stag) population is not as grim as it seemed in a cursory study of a recently published census report.

I-League clubs cry foul, say AIFF didn't give them clear picture

NEW DELHI:  The battle for supremacy between the I-League clubs and the Indian Super League (ISL) took an all new turn in June when the All India Football Federation (AIFF) General Secretary Kushal Das revealed that as per the Master Rights Agreement (MRA) signed between AIFF and Football Sports Development Limited (initially IMG-Reliance) in 2010, the ISL was set to become the top league of the country as well as a closed one. But I-League club are now claiming that they were never aware of such a scenario when they signed the contracts.

Dalai Lama greets European Commission President

DHARAMSALA: Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on Friday congratulated Ursula Von der Leyen on her election as the next President of the European Commission.

My parents want me to date 'susheel ladka': Sonakshi

MUMBAI:  Actress Sonakshi Sinha's parents want her to date a "susheel ladka", and she says it is hard to find someone like that in Bollywood.

Instagram to now alert violators before deleting accounts

SAN FRANCISCO: Whilst users from around the world are protesting against Instagram blocking their accounts for "no apparent reason" citing "policy violations", the photo-messaging platform has now decided to warn users when their account is going to being deleted.

'Light of my world', Nick wishes Priyanka on 37th birthday

NEW YORK:  American pop singer Nick Jonas shared a heart-melting birthday wish for his actress wife Priyanka Chopra Jonas, whom he called the "light of my world".

Gill or Iyer could be perfect answer to No. 4 conundrum

NEW DELHI: The number four slot in the Indian batting order has left a lot to be desired. Considered as one of the best batting units in the modern era, India failed to produce a number four batsman going into the 2019 World Cup and the tour of West Indies will provide the selectors the perfect opportunity to try someone like a Shubman Gill or Shreyas Iyer for that position.

ICC approves concussion player replacement, suspends Zimbabwe

LONDON:  The International Cricket Council (ICC) annual conference concluded on Thursday and as expected, the international body approved concussion player replacements in all formats of men's and women's international cricket and for first-class cricket worldwide.

Google celebrates 'giant leap for mankind' with Doodle video

NEW DELHI:  On July 20, 1969, American astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin became the first humans ever to land on the Moon aboard the Apollo 11 mission -- an extraordinary feat celebrated by Google with a Doodle video on Friday.

Raja Randhir Singh and Dr Gurtej Singh Sandhu will be honoured by GNDU

AMRITSAR: All arrangements to conduct Golden Jubilee Year Convocation of Guru Nanak Dev University has been completed here under the stewardship of Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr. Jaspal Singh Sandhu. He has himself minutely supervised all the arrangements. This Convocation will be held in Newly renovated Dashmesh Auditorium of the University.

Vijender Singh targets World Title in 2020

NEW DELHI: India’s ace knockout king Vijender Singh clinched yet another super middleweight title in the US circuit registering his 11th consecutive victory in international professional boxing.

Sindhu goes past Blichfeldt to enter Indonesia Open quarters

JAKARTA:  Ace Indian shuttler P.V. Sindhu advanced to the quarter-finals of the ongoing $1,250,000 Indonesia Open BWF World Tour Super 1000 tournament after defeating Denmark's Mia Blichfeldt in her second round match on Thursday.

Samsung Galaxy A80 launched in India for Rs 47,990

GURUGRAM:  Samsung India on Thursday refreshed its Galaxy A series with Galaxy A80 with the world's first rotating triple camera, priced at Rs 47,990.

B-Town celebs wish 'Desi girl' Priyanka on her birthday

MUMBAI:  Anil Kapoor, Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt, Madhuri Dixit Nene, and Yo Yo Honey Singh were among celebrities who wished actress Priyanka Chopra-Jonas on her 36th birthday on Thursday.

Surinder Mahajan appointed manager of Junior Indian badminton team

CHANDIGARH: National badminton coach Surinder Mahajan of Chandigarh has been appointed manager of the Indian junior team which will participate in the Junior Asian Badminton Championship to be in Suzhou, China, from July 20 to 28.

Panchkula official centre for Pro Kabaddi League Season 7

PANCHKULA: With a aim to lifting the Pro Kabaddi League title for the first time in their history, Haryana Steelers on Wednesday announced Tau Devi Lal Stadium, Sector 3, Panchkula as their official centre for the seventh season of the competition. The JSW Sports-owned franchise also named the experienced defender Dharmaraj Cheralathan as their Team Captain for the upcoming season.

India condemns killing of Turkish diplomat in Erbil

NEW DELHI:  India on Thursday condemned an attack in Erbil, the capital of Iraq's Kurdistan region, in which a Turkish diplomat was killed in a restaurant alongwith an Iraqi national.

Ram Janambhoomi Nyas says mediation panel not needed on Ayodhya issue

LUCKNOW:  As the litigation process on Ayodhya issue continues, the Ram Janambhoomi Nyas said on Thursday that such a committee was not needed at all as there is no dispute about where Lord Ram was born.

Like doing the unexpected: Nushrat Bharucha

NEW DELHI:  Having played the girl-next-door with a twist in films such as "Pyaar Ka Punchnama" and "Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety", actress Nushrat Bharucha says she likes to doing the unexpected.

Pakistani headlines scream victory in ICJ ruling, Twitterati clash

NEW DELHI:  "India bites the dust", "India served RAW justice", "Pakistan vindicated" - were among the screaming headlines of Pakistani dailies on Thursday, a day after the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruling on Kulbhushan Jadhav.


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