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  • J-K: Pak violates ceasefire in Bhimber Gali sector
    Jammu and Kashmir , June 26 : The Pakistan Army on Monday initiated unprovoked and indiscriminate firing of small arms, automatics and mortars in Jammu and Kashmir's Bhimber Gali sector along the Line of Control (LoC).

  • Political parties creating drama by hosting iftar parties: Giriraj Singh
    New Delhi , June 26 : Minister of State for Micro Small and Medium Enterises Giriraj Singh waded into controversy yet again, as he slammed the Congress Party for hosting an iftar party, saying it was spreading appeasement politics in the country.

  • 'Superheroes' Vin Diesel, Gal Gadot chill together with their kids
    Washington D.C. [USA], June 26 : Vin Diesel recently reunited with his 'Fast and Furious' co-star Gal Gadot and the two brought along their babies.

  • Would have supported Oppn if they nominated 'non-Congress' Presidential nominee: JD (U)
    New Delhi , June 26 : After the Opposition came down heavily on Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for supporting National Democratic Alliance (NDA) presidential candidate Ram Nath Kovind, the Janata Dal (United) on Monday said they wanted the Opposition to nominate a non-congress person for the post of president.

  • EU to support Blue Growth through renewable energies
    Brussels, (Belgium) 26 June 2017 : The European Union (EU) Council has exhorted member states to support Blue Growth through renewable energies.

  • Ballamgarh youth lynching: CM Khattar announces Rs. 10 lakh ex-gratia
    Chandigarh (Haryana) , June 26 : In the wake of the train lynching incident that took place in Haryana's Palwal area, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Monday said that one accused has been arrested and also announced ex-gratia of Rs. ten lakhs to the family of deceased.

  • U.S. SC permits partial travel ban, agrees to hear Trump administration's case
    Washington D.C. [USA], June 26 : The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday permitted the Trump administration to partially reinstate the travel ban which would affect people from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.

  • RP-SG Mavericks to take on Falcons TTC in UTT opener
    Mumbai , June 26 : The organisers of the Ultimate Table Tennis (UTT) announced the event schedule for the inaugural edition today.

  • We would fast unto death if justice is not given: GJM Yuva Morcha chief
    Darjeeling (West Bengal) June 26,: : As the indefinite shutdown entered its 14th day, Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) Yuva Morcha president Prakash Gurung stated on Monday that they would be going on a fast unto death if justice is not served to them.

  • Jaitley urges Mufti to introduce GST from July 1 in J&K
    New Delhi , June 26 : Finance Minsiter Arun Jaitley on Monday wrote to Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti urging for introduction of Goods and Service Tax in the state from July 1, like other states.

  • Criticising opposition in PM Modi's DNA: Congress
    New Delhi , June 26 : The Congress Party on Monday said that criticising the Opposition has become the DNA of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • India plans to expand coverage of clean energy scheme PMUY
    Onkareshwar Pandey, New Delhi [India], June 26 : The NDA Government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is aiming for greater impetus to the Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (PMUY) and planning to expand the coverage of clean energy scheme PMUY to rural women.

  • 'Kon mana kar sakta hai Salman ko!': Shah Rukh Khan
    Mumbai (Maharashtra) , June 26 : Shah Rukh Khan reveals he couldn't 'dare' say 'no' to the 'Sultan' of Bollywood after Salman Khan approached him to play a cameo in his recently released 'Tubelight'.

  • India, U.S. share determination to defeat scourge of terrorism: PM Modi
    Washington D.C. [USA], June 26 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in an opinion piece published in Wall Street Journal, has said that India and United States share the determination to defeat the scourge of terrorism.

  • A positive roadmap for the health of nation needs harmonious collaboration between Government and Private Sector: NATHEALTH
    New Delhi , June 26 : The Healthcare Federation of India (NATHEALTH) organized its second western roundtable meeting in Mumbai and deliberated on host of issues related to healthcare sector in India.

  • Pakistan celebrates two Eids
    Islamabad [Pakistan] June 26, : : People in Pakistan celebrated two Eids. The Central-Ruet-i-Hilal committee announced that Eid will be celebrated across Pakistan on Monday.

  • Maharishi University Students strike big and bring glory at data science contest
    New Delhi , June 26 : Maharishi University of Information Technology, NOIDA celebrated the stellar performance of its students in the recently held Techgig Code Gladiators 2017 contest in Bangalore.

  • IGL to expand its reach in Delhi/NCR with over 34 new CNG stations
    New Delhi , June 26 : Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL) on Monday announced the opening of 34 new CNG stations by the end of 2017 to fulfill the growing demands of Delhi/NCR.

  • Rise above parties, politics; extend full support: Naidu on GST
    Hyderabad (Telangana) , June 26 : Union Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Monday exhorted the political parties to 'rise above politics' and extend their full support to the Goods and Services Tax (GST).

  • Indo-Nepal border sealed due to local polls
    Kathmandu [Nepal], June 26 : The India-Nepal border was sealed for three days beginning Monday ahead of the second phase of local level election scheduled to take place on June 28.

  • Assamese beauty crowned Mrs World 2nd runners up, Mrs Congeniality
    Jorhat (Assam) , June 26 : Assamese beauty Rishita Baruah stood second runners-up in the recently concluded 'Mrs World 2017 International' held in Seattle, USA.

  • CBI arrests a DRT official in alleged bribery case
    Mumbai (Maharashtra) , June 26 : The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Monday arrested a Recovery Officer of the Debt Recovery Tribunal (DBT) and his accomplice for demanding a bribe of Rs.7, 00,000.

  • Nepal marks Eid-ul-Fitr with hope for betterment in coming days
    By Binod Prasad Adhikari, Kathmandu [Nepal]. June 26 : Muslims in Nepal on Monday marked the end of a month long fasting with the celebration of Eid-ul-Fitr with hopes of betterment in coming days.

  • 'Uncapped' Kuhn, Phehlukwayo named in Proteas Test squad
    Johannesburg [South Africa], June 26 : The uncapped duo of Heino Kuhn and Andile Phehlukwayo has been named in the 16-member South African squad for the four-match Test series against England, beginning July 6 at the Lord's.

  • Have you seen trap, asks 'Aksar 2'
    New Delhi , June 26 : After making quite a buzz in 2006, 'Aksar' is back with its sequel, starring Zareen Khan and Gautam Rode.

  • Sports fraternity extends greetings on 'Eid-ul-Fitr'
    New Delhi , June 26 : The sports fraternity has come in unison to extend their warm wishes on the auspicious occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr.

  • Beat the blues away with spirit and spice
    Somdatta Saha, New Delhi , June 26 : If you are in no mood to get high on something hard or bored with the same cocktails on the menu, then take a sigh of relief.

  • Eid celebration in various parts of world
    New Delhi June 26, : : Eid-Ul-Fitr was celebrated across the world on Sunday and Monday.

  • Government constitutes committee to prepare final draft of NEP under scientist Kasturirangan
    New Delhi , June 26 : The Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry on Tuesday appointed a new nine-member panel, under the Chairmanship of eminent scientist Krishnaswamy Kasturirangan,who headed the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) from 1994 to 2003, to work on a New Education Policy (NEP).

  • Serena will be ranked 700 if she plays men's circuit: John McEnroe
    Johannesburg [South Africa], June 26 : Tennis legend John McEnroe has claimed that Serena Williams, who is the best player of her gender, would be ranked 700 in the men's circuit.

  • Odisha: Six-year old stabbed to death by minor
    Jaipur (Odisha) , June 26 : In a shocking incident, a six-year old boy was allegedly stabbed to death by a 12-year-old boy in Baragadia area of Odisha's Jaipur district.

  • India-US inching closer will send message to Pak, China: Aparna Pande
    Washington D.C. [USA], June 26 : Director of India Initiative at Hudson Institute Dr. Aparna Pande has said that closer ties between India and U.S. will surely send a strong message to China and especially Pakistan, who would come under pressure to take action against terror groups enjoying safe haven in the country.

  • Washington D.C.: PM Modi meets US State Secy and Defense Secy
    Washington D.C. [USA], June 26 : Ahead of his meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi held talks with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis.

  • India yet to digest idea of a lone woman traveller: Nupur Swaraswat
    Bengaluru (Karnataka) , June 26 : A Bengaluru woman who was denied room in a Hyderabad hotel because she was a 'single' lady, on Monday said the hotel authority blatantly denied her services without giving pertinent explanation.

  • Congress President nominee Meira Kumar debuts on Twitter
    New Delhi , June 26 : Congress' candidate for President Polls Meira Kumar on Monday joined micro-blogging-site Twitter.

  • Kvitova jumps to 12th in WTA Rankings
    Johannesburg [South Africa], June 26 : Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova has moved up to 12th spot in the latest WTA rankings after she made a winning comeback from a knife attack by lifting the Birmingham title.

  • 20 years on Harry Potter still making magic
    New York [U.S.], June 26 : The first installment of the Harry Potter seven-book series celebrates its 20th anniversary today, making it truly a joyous day for potterheads across the globe.

  • Obama did not act against Russia as he was sure of Clinton's win: Trump
    New Delhi , June 26 : U.S. President Donald Trump has alleged that the former administration failed to take action against Russia for election meddling, as it was confident of Hillary Clinton's win.

  • I want my children to love and respect all religions: Shah Rukh Khan
    Mumbai (Maharashtra) , June 26 : Shah Rukh Khan wishes his three children- Aryan, Suhana and AbRam- should learn and respect all religions.

  • BCCI to constitute committee to implement Lodha reforms
    Mumbai , June 26 : The Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) will constitute a committee to see how the Supreme Court appointed-Lodha Panel recommendations are implemented by the board in the best possible and swiftest manner.

  • PM Modi, President Trump to meet at White House 1.20 a.m. IST
    Washington [United States], June 26 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi and U.S. President Donald Trump will have a one-on-one meeting in the Oval Office of the White House for 20-minutes between 3.50 p.m. and 4.10 p.m. (EST) (that is tentatively between 1.20 a.m. and 1.40 a.m.IST on Tuesday June 27).

  • Mahindra Racing to exit Moto3 at end of 2017
    New Delhi , June 26 : Mahindra racing, winner of three races in the 2016 Moto3 World Championship, debuting six years ago, will end its participation in the series after the conclusion of the 2017 season to focus more on electric vehicle racing.

  • Municipal Commissioner arrested for taking bribe in MP
    Satna (Madhya Pradesh) June 26 : Satna Municipal Commissioner Surendra Kathuria was arrested on Monday by the Lokayukta while accepting Rs 12 lakh cash and gold worth Rs 10 lakh as an installment of bribe.

  • Rajya Sabha is likely to pass OBC Commission Bill in Monsoon session
    New Delhi , June 26 : The Select Committee of Rajya Sabha will submit its report on National Commission for Backward Classes in first week of Monsoon session of Parliament.

  • Sort it `face to face` like men: Hamilton tells Vettel
    London [UK], June 26 : Three-time world champion Lewis Hamilton has branded Sebastian Vettel a disgrace after the latter deliberately drove into him at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix and demanded that, if they are to clash, they should do so like men outside the car.

  • India, Bangladesh border guards exchange Eid greetings at Phulbari
    Phulbari (West Bengal) , June 26 : Border guards of India and Bangladesh exchanged greetings and sweets on Eid-ul-Fitr at West Bengal's Phulbari border on Monday.

  • Boucher slams Proteas for 'tentative' batting approach in Cardiff
    Johannesburg [South Africa], June 26 : Former wicketkeeper-batsman Mark Boucher believes that South Africa were "too tentative" in their batting approach during their series-deciding defeat against England in the third T20I at Cardiff on Sunday.

  • Will baby Faf end Proteas' 119-Test streak?
    Johannesburg [South Africa], June 26 : If Faf du Plessis misses the opening Test of the four-match series against England beginning July 6 at the Lord's, it will snap South Africa's 119-match streak to field him or AB de Villiers in their Playing XI.

  • Bangladesh marks Eid al-Fitr
    Dhaka [Bangladesh] June 26,: : People in Bangladesh celebrated Eid-ul-Fitr, the biggest religious festival of the Muslims, across the country on Monday.

  • Six people injured after a car crashed into a crowd of Muslims leaving Eid prayers
    London [U.K.], June 26 : At least six people, including three children were injured after a car crashed into a crowd of Muslims, who were leaving Eid prayers outside a sports centre in England's New Castle.

  • Tripura Muslims pray for world peace ahead of Eid
    Agartala (Tripura) , June 26 : Thousands of Muslims gathered at the Gedu Mia Mosque at Tripura's Agartala on the eve of Eid-Ul-Fitr to offer morning prayers to mark the end of Ramadan.

  • Anuj Puri launches ANAROCK property consultants residential brokerage, fund and investment platform
    New Delhi , June 26 : Anuj Puri, Former Chairman and Country Head of International Property Consultancy JLL India, today announced the launch of ANAROCK Property Consultants Pvt. Ltd., essentially rebranding JLL's erstwhile residential brokerage business which he acquired earlier this year.

  • Nepali chartered accountants graduating from India won't be allowed to practice back home
    Kathmandu [Nepal], June 26 : Nepali chartered accountants graduating from India will not be granted licenses to practice back home after mid-July 2018.

  • London: Mansfield Road apartments fire under control
    London [UK], June 26 : A massive fire which erupted at the Mansfield Road apartments on Sunday night is now under control, the London Fire Brigade said.

  • Paytm Mall empowers over 1,000 car, bike dealerships; aims to boost online discovery with QR Codes
    New Delhi , June 26 : Paytm Mall is contributing towards the growth of automobile dealers by bringing their offerings online. This has enabled over a thousand dealerships across the country to reach a wider set of customers.

  • Nitish was the first to decide on Bihar's Dalit daughter defeat: Ghulam Nabi Azad
    New Delhi , June 26 : Hitting back at Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's decision to support National Democratic Alliance presidential candidate Ram Nath Kovind, Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Monday said people who believe in one principle, make one decision, but those who believe in many principles, make different decisions.

  • Chinese media says 'stubborn' India aiming to counter-balance Beijing's CPEC
    Hong Kong [China], June 26 : A state-run Chinese daily has accused India of being stubborn in its geo-political thinking, and this is clearly reflected in New Delhi's decision to have a dedicated air corridor with Afghanistan by bypassing Pakistan.

  • In most low-income places, handwashing with soap is rare
    Washington D.C. [USA], Jun 26 : A recent research has found that most families in the low-income countries don't have soaps at their homes.

  • Untreated polyarthritis can deform joints permanently
    New Delhi , June 26 : Chikungunya, the bone breaking fever, being one of the reasons for polyarthritis , may become a rampant disorder.

  • Sakayak row: Recruiting civilians will help army economise on manpower, says defence expert
    New Delhi , June 26 : With the Army considering the option of recruiting civilian staff in peace stations as part of its plans to end Sakayak system, a defence expert on Tuesday asserted that it will help the army in terms of economising on manpower.