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  • Jim Carrey feels his 'beard is a bigger star' than him
    New Delhi , May 24 : Jim Carrey is back and is a different person now.

  • IT Dept raids over 15 locations across UP, Delhi
    New Delhi , May 24: The Income Tax department on Wednesday conducted raids at the residences of top bureaucrats at over 15 locations on the suspicion of concealment of income.

  • Suresh Raina fulfils daughter Gracia's wish, takes 'Break the Beard' challenge
    New Delhi , May 24 : Left-handed Indian batsman Suresh Raina has become the latest cricketer to have taken the 'Break The Beard' challenge which was kick-started by his fellow-mate and all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja.

  • ED arrests B. Madan of Vendhar Movies over medical college admission fraud
    Chennai (Tamil Nadu) , May 24 : The Enforcement Directorate (ED) arrested B. Madan of Vendhar Movies on Wednesday under the provision of Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 (PMLA) for cheating the public to the tune of Rs 91 crores in the guise of medical seats admissions in SRM Group of Institutions.

  • Pakistan Mirage jets fly over Siachen Glacier
    Skardu [Pakistan], May 24 : Pakistan Air Force (PAF) fighter jets conducted flights near the Siachen Glacier on Wednesday.

  • Anurag Tiwari's death: Complaint against four IAS officers alleging harassment
    New Delhi ,May 24: Karnataka Administrative Service officer K. Mathai has filed a complaint against four IAS officer alleging harassment in the murder case of IAS officer Anurag Tiwari, who was found dead in a mysterious conditions outside a VIP guest house in Lucknow.

  • Ahmedabad serial blasts accused nabbed from Kerala
    Trivandrum (Kerala) , May 24 : Suhaib Pottanikkal, accused in the 2008 Ahmedabad serial blasts case was arrested by the Crime Branch from Kerala on Wednesday.

  • CETPA releases list of updated training programmes for Summer 2017
    Uttarakhand/Noida, Uttar Pradesh, , May 24 : CETPA Infotech, one of the most preferred technical and industrial training companies in the country, offering multi-location training solutions, expert training that is tailored to the requirements of students, corporate and colleges, and virtual training technologies, has announced its updated list of training programmes for this summer.

  • 'Sperm radar' test: Uncover the secrets of male infertility
    New Delhi , May 7 : In today's world, when infertility is an issue that many deal with, a study finds a new technique to examine human sperm count, without killing them.

  • Will investigate Umar's fitness test in Pakistan: PCB chief
    Karachi [Pakistan], May 24 : Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan has said that they will investigate how middle-order batsman Umar Akmal managed to pass the fitness test in Pakistan, despite the latter failing the same test in England which resulted in his removal from the Champions Trophy squad.

  • Sonu Nigam shows solidarity with Abhijeet Bhattacharya
    New Delhi , May 24 : Sonu Nigam is leaving Twitter and this time it looks final!

  • Missing Sukhoi-30: Bad weather halts rescue mission
    Tezpur (Assam) , May 24 : The rescue mission for the missing Sukhoi-30 fighter jet of the Indian Air Force (IAF), has been currently halted due to bad weather condition.

  • Odisha: Three killed, 40 injured after bus turns turtle in Konark
    Puri (Odisha) , May 24 : At least three people were killed and 40 were injured after a bus overturned here in Konark on Wednesday.

  • Size of whale has evolved in the recent past!
    New Delhi , May 7 : Interestingly, blue whales, the largest vertebrate animal that ever lived, have recently evolved into giants.

  • CPEC may fuel Indo-Pak tension: UN report
    Bangkok [Thailand] May 24 : A recent United Nations report has said that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) might create geopolitical tensions with India and ignite political instability as the India-Pakistan dispute over Kashmir is a matter of concern.

  • Money laundering: Complaint registered with I-T wing against former Karnataka CM Kumaraswamy
    Bengaluru (Karnataka) , May 24 : A complaint has been registered with the Income Tax (IT) investigations wing against former Karnataka chief minister H.D. Kumaraswamy in a money laundering case on Wednesday.

  • Manchester terror attack: Britain mourns loss of young lives, second victim is identified
    Manchester [U.K.], May 24 : The Manchester terrorist attack that claimed 22 innocent lives has shaken people around the world, as the victims in the blast are now beginning to be identified.

  • Gujarat boils: Mercury hits 40, Surat swelters under heat wave
    Surat (Gujarat) , May 24 : With Gujarat witnessing another round of intense heat wave with temperature crossing 40 degree Celsius in most places, Surat residents are flocking to water parks seeking respite from the searing heat.

  • UP: Peace Party chief arrested for raping nursing student
    Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh), May 24 : Former MLA and president of the Peace Party Dr. Mohamed Ayub was arrested on charges of rape in Lucknow yesterday.

  • Childhood obesity results in early onset of arthritis
    New Delhi , May 7 : Obesity, which is assuming epidemic proportions among children, is proving too much on their delicate bones and joints.

  • Australia, Brazil worry as China lifts ban on 'American beef'
    Beijing [China], May 24 : Brazil and Australia now have something to worry about as Chinese President Xi Jinping gave a nod to U.S. beef import following the first meet with U.S. President Donald Trump, in April.

  • Chhattisgarh: Naxals trigger blast, one arrested
    Bijapur (Chhattisgarh) , May 24 : No causalities or injuries were reported after Naxals triggered a blast in Chhattisgarh's Bijapur district on Wednesday.

  • China-Myanmar conduct Naval drill to forge stronger military ties
    Beijing [China], May 24 : Concluding its four-day visit to Myanmar, the Chinese navy fleet conducted its first joint naval drill with Myanmar's navy on Sunday.

  • Saharanpur violence: One Dalit killed, 24 arrests so far
    Saharanpur (Uttar Pradesh) , May 24 : Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) S Dubey on Wednesday assured that 24 people have been arrested so far in connection with the clashes between two communities in Saharanpur yesterday.

  • Babri Masjid demolition: Special CBI court to resume Ayodhya case today
    New Delhi , May 24 : A special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court will today resume hearing in the 1992 Babri Masjid demolition case.

  • Tom Cruise confirms 'Top Gun 2' is coming
    New Delhi , May 24 : Tom Cruise still 'feels the need' the 'need for speed'.

  • Turns out, sexting isn't a gateway to sex
    Washington D.C. [USA], May 24 : It may be considered as the new 'first base,' but according to a recent study, there's not much to worry about sexting.

  • Just one drink a day ups breast cancer risk, exercise lowers it
    Washington D.C. [USA], May 23 : Drinking even one small alcoholic beverage a day can up your breast cancer risk, according to a recent study.

  • Turkey, U.S. discuss Syrian refugee crisis
    Ankara [Turkey], May 24 : Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim and U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley discussed the Syrian refugee crisis during their meeting on Tuesday.

  • Sukma attack: CRPF suspends Assistant Commandant for 'leadership failure'
    New Delhi , May 24 : The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has suspended Assistant Commandant Jayan Vishwanath, who led the team during the Sukma encounter, for alleged 'failure of leadership'.

  • Trump Admin backtracks to make space for Office of National Drug Control Policy
    Washington [U.S.], May 24 : The White House has reportedly backtracked on its initial plans to almost eliminate the Office of National Drug Control Policy.

  • 'Charlie's Angels' reboot gets summer 2019 release date
    Los Angeles [USA], May 24 : The angels are coming back!

  • Vitamin D plus good sleep could help chronic back, arthritis pain
    Washington D.C. [USA], May 24 : According to a recent study, adequate levels of Vitamin D combined with good sleep can help you manage chronic arthritis and back pain.

  • 'Powerless' Omar's displeasure against Major Gogoi shows his frustration: NPP
    New Delhi , May 24 : After former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister voiced his displeasure on the Major Leetul Gogoi's 'human-shield' issue, National Panthers Party (NPP) leader Bhim Singh on Wednesday said the statement is a clear indication of a 'frustrated young man' who lost power and opportunity to loot the people of the Valley.

  • Recreational users also experience dopamine release in response to drug cues
    Washington D.C. [USA], May 24 : You might consider yourself to be a recreational user but could be further along the road to drug addiction than you might have realized, a study suggests.

  • Trump Admin to give 'loan' to Pak instead of military grant
    Washington D.C. [USA], May 24 : The recently proposed Trump administration's budget would convert some of the United States' foreign military aide to some countries, including Pakistan, to loans, to slash spending on diplomacy, aid and programmes abroad by more than 29 per cent.

  • Here's how breast cancer can be detected without breast biopsy
    Washington D.C. [USA], May 24 : A recent study shows a multi-protein biomarker blood test to detect breast cancer can potentially reduce use of biopsy up to 67percent.

  • IT raids premises of top bureaucrats across Uttar Pradesh
    Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh), May 24 : The Income Tax department on Wednesday conducted raids at the premises of several top bureaucrats in Uttar Pradesh.

  • Zack Snyder thanks fans for support after daughter's death
    New Delhi , May 24 : After stepping down from the director's chair of upcoming 'Justice League' movie, director Zack Snyder has thanked his fans for supporting his family, following the suicide of his daughter.

  • Islamabad High Court allows Uzma to return to India
    Islamabad [Pakistan], May 24 : The Islamabad High Court (IHC) has allowed Indian national Uzma, who has accused her Pakistani husband of marrying her at gunpoint, to return to India and has also ordered police to provide her security till the Wagah Border.

  • Saharanpur violence: Ram Gopal Yadav accuses BJP of 'divisive politics'
    New Delhi , May 24 : Samajwadi Party leader Ram Gopal Yadav on Wednesday expressed grief over the fresh violence reported from Saharanpur, while accusing the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of dividing Uttar Pradesh people based on caste identities.

  • Maharashtra: Seven killed in car- truck collision in Aurangabad
    Aurangabad (Maharashtra) , May 24 : Seven people were killed after a deadly collision between a car and truck in Aurangabad late last night.

  • Lucknow: Livid Police aspirants protest against 'recruitment irregularity'
    Lucknow (UP) , May 24 : Angry police aspirants on Wednesday staged a massive demonstration outside Vidhan Sabha here, against the alleged irregularity in the recruitment of constables in the Uttar Pradesh police.

  • PCB, BCCI officials to meet in Dubai to discuss cricketing ties
    Karachi [Pakistan], May 24 : Top officials of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will meet in Dubai on May 29 to discuss the financial losses, which the former side had suffered due to India's constant refusal to play bilateral series as per agreement signed in 2014.

  • Trump administration proposes budget cuts for social programs
    Washington D. C. [USA], May 24 : The Trump administration on Tuesday unveiled a budget looking to boost defense spending and seeking cuts in social programs for poor.

  • Priyanka Chopra loves Ranveer's 'rebellious attitude'
    New Delhi , May 24 : Priyanka Chopra's dream co-host is none other than the energy-pack of Bollywood Ranveer Singh, because of his "rebellious attitude."

  • Hollywood mourns demise of 'James Bond' star Roger Moore
    New Delhi , May 24 : Sir Roger Moore, the iconic Hollywood star, died yesterday after a short "but brave battle with cancer," according to a statement by his family members.

  • Viral 'hand-swat': Melania snubs Trump..again!
    New Delhi , May 23 : With the drama over Melania swatting off Donald Trump's hand in Riyadh still going viral on the social media, the first lady has done it yet again.

  • Mumbai: Wife of Inspector, who probed Sheena Bora murder found dead
    Mumbai (Maharashtra) , May 24 : Deepali Ganore, the wife of Mumbai Police Inspector Dyaneshwar Ganore, was found dead inside her house in Mumbai's Santacruz area last night.

  • Uttarkashi tragedy: PM Modi announces ex-gratia of Rs 2 lakhs
    New Delhi , May 24 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday announced ex-gratia of Rs two lakh for the kin of each of those killed in the tragic bus accident in Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand.

  • Four climbers found dead on Mt Everest, season death toll reaches 9
    Kathmandu [Nepal], May 24 : At least four climbers including a woman mountaineer were found dead inside their tent at a high altitude camp on Mt Everest, taking this year's death toll of the spring climbing season to at least nine.

  • Chalapathi Rao booked for his 'sexist' comment
    New Delhi , May 24 : A day after his lewd comments against women, telugu actor Chalapathi Rao has been booked for the same in Hyderabad.

  • Sri Lankan Navy arrests six Tamil Nadu fishermen
    Neduntheevu [Sri Lanka], May 24 : At least six Tamil Nadu fishermen were apprehended along with a boat by the Sri Lankan navy near Neduntheevu island, last night.

  • Pak to propose 'red lines' for social media service providers
    Islamabad [Pakistan], May 24 : As Pakistan has declared a crackdown on online anti-army campaigners as well as those circulating blasphemous content, the federal government on Tuesday revealed its plan to draw 'red lines' for the social media service providers for operating in the country.

  • Here's why it's time to rethink nutrition labelling
    Washington D.C. [USA], May 23 : A recent study has revealed that the health effects of a particular food product cannot be determined on the basis on the individual protein, fat and fibre content, instead it should be evaluated with other item eaten at the same time.

  • Intestinal fungi risk alcoholic liver disease sufferers' health
    Washington D.C. [USA], May 24 : A team of researchers has found that intestinal fungi, chronic liver damage, increase risk of death for the people with alcohol-related liver disease.

  • Uttarkashi bus accident: Special train arranged to bring bodies to MP
    Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh) , May 24 : In the wake of the Uttarkashi bus accident, Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu has instructed authorities to arrange a special train bogey to bring bodies to Madhya Pradesh on Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's request.

  • Suicide bombing claims five lives in Somalia
    Bossaso [Somalia], May 24 : At least five people were killed after a suicide bomber targeted a military checkpoint in Somalia's coastal town of Bossaso, local media reports said.

  • Sukma attack: CRPF suspends Assistant Commandant for 'leadership failure'
    New Delhi , May 24 : The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has suspended Assistant Commandant Jayan Vishwanath, who led the team during the Sukma encounter, for alleged 'failure of leadership'.

  • Philippines President declares martial law in Mindanao amid clashes
    Manila [Philippines], May 24 : Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has declared martial law in entire southern region of Mindanao following deadly clashes erupting between government troops and Islamist militants on Tuesday, local media reports said.