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  • U.S. sets new Visa criteria for six Muslim-majority nations
    Washington [U.S.A.], June 29 : The United States has set new Visa criteria that will require travellers from the six Muslim-majority countries affected by President Donald Trump's travel ban to have close family connections or business ties in order to enter the U.S.

  • Presidential polls: BJP tears into Sonia over her 'fight of ideology' remark
    New Delhi , June 29 : After Sonia Gandhi stated that the Presidential election was a fight of ideology, principle and truth for the grand old party, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday remarked that the Congress national president had forgotten about her promises of supporting the Dalits after Ram Nath Kovind's name was announced as the National Democratic Alliance's (NDA) Presidential nominee.

  • Western Libya: UNSMIL personnel freed after hours of detention by gunmen
    Al-Zawiya [Libya], June 29 : A convoy of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), including four men and two women, was released after being detained by an armed group for hours on Wednesday evening, security sources from Al-Zawiya city reported.

  • 'Game of Thrones' star Gwendoline Christie joins Robert Zemeckis drama
    Los Angeles [U.S.A.], June 29 : 'Game of Thrones' fame Gwendoline Christie has joined the cast of Robert Zemeckis' Universal drama.

  • Australia's seniormost Catholic official charged with sexual assault offences
    Canberra [Australia], June 29 : The most senior member of the Catholic Church in Australia, Cardinal George Pell, has been charged with multiple historical sexual assault offences, Victoria Deputy Police Commissioner Shane Patton said on Thursday.

  • 'Jumanji' trailer tease offers action, excitement
    New Delhi , June 29 : 'The Game has Changed' in the new trailer tease of the upcoming sequel of 'Jumanji' titled 'Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle'.

  • Trump, S. Korean President to discuss trade, the North as they meet today
    Washington [U.S.A.], June 29 : United States President Donald Trump will address areas of disagreement on foreign policy and trade with newly elected South Korean President Moon Jae-in when the two leaders meet for the first time at the White House on Thursday.

  • Congress demands strict action over Azam Khan's statement on Indian Army
    New Delhi/ Mumbai (Maharashtra) , June 29 : After Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan accused Indian Army for misbehaving with the people in the Kashmir Valley, the Congress on Thursday slammed the former asserting that strict action should be taken so that such derogatory remarks would never be made again.

  • John Mayer responds to Katy Perry calling her 'Best Lover'
    Washington D.C. [U.S.A.], June 29 : John Mayer has finally responded to the comments made by Katy Perry about his sexual prowess.

  • Iran brands Trump travel ban ruling as 'racist,' 'unfair'
    New York [U.S.A.], June 29 : As Washington prepares to begin implementation of Trump's travel ban on Thursday, Iran has branded a recent U.S. supreme court order to reinstate elements of the divisive policy racist and unfair.

  • Halle Berry believes her Oscar win 'meant nothing`
    Melbourne [Australia], June 29 : Halle Berry, who is the only black actress to ever win an Academy award for the Best Actress in a leading role, feels that her Oscar win means 'nothing' to her now.

  • Michelle Rodriguez threatens to leave 'Fast and Furious' franchise
    New Delhi , June 29 : It seems like Michelle Rodriguez is really furious with 'Fast and the Furious' makers for not bringing women anymore into the spotlight.

  • U.S. DHS to announce new aviation security measures
    Washington [U.S.A.], June 29 : United States Department of Homeland Security Secretary (DHS) John Kelly is all set to announce new aviation security measures regarding overseas airports that have direct flights to the U.S.

  • `Hunt For The Wilderpeople`s Julian Dennison joins 'Deadpool 2'
    Los Angeles [U.S.A.], June 29 : It seems like Ryan Reynolds is going to have a skux life in 'Deadpool 2'.

  • Six detained in EU over suspected ties with ISIS
    Madrid [Spain], June 29 : Six people have been detained in Spain and two other European countries over suspected ties with the ISIS.

  • Army Chief to visit Sikkim tomorrow amid Chinese aggression
    New Delhi June 28 : Army Chief General Bipin Rawat will start his two-day northeast visit from Sikkim on Thursday.

  • Trinamool to boycott GST rollout in Parliament
    New Delhi June 28 : The Trinamool Congress (TMC) party led by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday announced to boycott the special sitting of Parliament on the midnight of June 30 to rollout the Goods and Services Tax (GST) where President Pranab Mukherjee will also be present along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • MP: Another debt-ridden farmer ends life, death toll rises 36 in 18 days
    Mandsaur (Madhya Pradesh), June 28 : One more farmer in volatile region of Mandsaur district of Madhya Pradesh on Wednesday committed suicide, taking the number of deaths in the state in past 18 days to 36.

  • Donald Trump accepts Macron invite to attend Bastille Day parade
    Paris [France], June 28 :U.S. President Donald Trump has accepted the invitation of French President Emmanuel Macron, to attend the country's traditional Bastille Day military parade to be held on July 14.

  • North Korea orders 'execution' of South Korea ex-President
    London [ U.K.], June 28 : : North Korea has issued orders to execute former South Korean President Park Geun-hye and her spy chief for having made plans to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

  • Farhan Akhtar's 'The Fakir of Venice' to open 8th Jagran Film Festival
    New Delhi , Jun 28 : Farhan Akhtar starrer 'The Fakir of Venice' will be opening the 8th Jagran Film Festival, which is all set to start here from July 1.

  • PM Modi's two-day Gujarat visit starts tomorrow
    New Delhi June 28, 2017 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi is reaching Gujarat on Thursday on a two-day visit to take part in various programmes in Ahmedabad, Rajkot, Modasa and Gandhinagar.

  • Balochistan: Daughters of abducted Baloch doctor go on hunger strike
    Karachi [Pakistan], June 28 : : The daughters of an abducted Baloch doctor are on a hunger strike at the Karachi Press Club, demanding the safe release of their father.

  • Dehradun continue on alert after incessant rainfall
    Dehradun (Uttarakhand) June 28, : The meteorological department on Wednesday continued its alert for 'heavy rains' in the hilly districts of Uttarakhand.

  • New York Times a 'fake news joke': Donald Trump
    New York [U.S.] , June 28 :): U.S. President Donald Trump has attacked The New York Times again for carrying another "false story" and labeled the paper as a "fake news joke" .

  • 'Maharaja' on sale: Union Cabinet approves Air India's disinvestment
    New Delhi , June 28 : The Union Cabinet on Wednesday gave an in-principle approval for disinvestment of Air India.

  • Centre replaces NELP with Open Acreage Licensing to attract more investors
    New Delhi , June 28 : The Centre has replaced the New Exploration and Licensing Policy (NELP) with the Open Acreage Licensing (OAL) under the Hydrocarbon Exploration and Licensing Policy (HELP), aiding the investors looking for exploring hydrocarbons, to select blocks after studying the data available through the national data repository without waiting for a formal bid round from the government.

  • Singh National Anthem with fervor or face prison time: Philippines Bill
    Manila [Philippines], June 28 : Philippines House of Representatives has approved a bill requiring Filipinos to sing the country's national anthem, Lupang Hinirang, "with fervor" whenever it is played publicly.

  • How did Modi accept phrase 'Indian administrated Kashmir' in U.S.: Congress
    New Delhi June 28 : The Congress party on Wednesday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi compromised India's security and sovereignty in the United States by keeping mum after Jammu and Kashmir was termed as 'Indian Administrated Jammu and Kashmir' by the U.S. government.

  • Custody parole granted to Ajay Chautala to attend niece's marriage
    New Delhi , June 28: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday granted custody parole to Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) leader Ajay Chautala, a teachers' recruitment scam convict, to attend his niece's wedding scheduled today.

  • PM Modi to meet 26/11 survivor 'Baby Moshe' during Israel visit
    New Delhi , June. 29 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to Israel next week is expected to meet Moshe, survivor of 2008 Mumbai 26/11 terrorist attack.

  • Mumbai: Husband stabs wife, hangs self
    Mumbai (Maharashtra) , June 29 : A 46-year-old man stabbed his wife to death and then committed suicide by hanging self to a fan at his residence in a housing society in Pant Nagar, Ghatkopar.

  • China's foray into tiny Bhutan threatening Himalayan peace
    Gangtok (Sikkim) , June 29 : Unilateral actions to alter status quo in Doklam Plateau in tiny, helpless Bhutan has escalated tensions between China and its neighbours.

  • Ministers who go by 'jingoism' make such remarks: Defence experts on Azam Khan
    New Delhi/ Ludhiana (Punjab) , June 29 : After the Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Azam Khan alleged that the Indian Army misbehave with the people in the Kashmir Valley, defence experts on Thursday slammed the former stating that ministers, who lack knowledge or who go by 'jingoism', make such remarks.

  • Nepal's second phase polls witness 70.5% voter turnout
    Kathmandu [Nepal], June 29 : Nepal's second phase polls, which commenced in three provinces covering much of the volatile southern plains, witnessed 70.5 percent voter turnout, the country's Election Commission has said.

  • FBI agent, accused of lying in LaVoy Finicum shooting in Oregon, indicted
    Washington [U.S.A.], June 29 : An FBI agent was indicted on charges of making false statements and obstruction of justice for allegedly lying to authorities about firing two gunshots in connection with the fatal shooting of LaVoy Finicum in Oregon last year.

  • Hugh Jackman is 'The Greatest Showman' in new trailer
    New Delhi , June 29 : Hugh Jackman is all set to take his fans for a musical ride in his upcoming movie 'The Greatest Showman'.

  • Darjeeling is, will remain 'inseparable part' of West Bengal: TMC
    Kolkata (West Bengal) , June 29 : Amidst the ongoing protests in the hills, the Trinamool Congress (TMC) on Thursday categorically stated that Darjeeling is and will remain an inseparable part of West Bengal and if the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) has any other demand that can be discussed, then they are welcomed to come forward.

  • North Korea threatens South's former president with death over 'plot to kill Kim Jong-un'
    Pyongyang [North Korea], June 29 : North Korea has threatened to impose the death penalty on the South's former president Park Geun-hye over an alleged plot to assassinate its leader Kim Jong-un.

  • Josh Brolin teases Cable makeup in new Instagram still
    New Delhi , June 29 : Josh Brolin is all set to transform into Cable for 'Deadpool 2'.

  • Josh Brolin teases Cable makeup in new Instagram still
    New Delhi , June 29 : Josh Brolin is all set to transform into Cable for 'Deadpool

  • Jason Statham, Rosie Huntington-Whitley welcome their first baby
    New Delhi , June 29 : A sudden wave of joy has engulfed Rosie Huntington-Whitley's life as the model and her fiance Jason Statham have been blessed with a baby boy.

  • SC to continue hearing plea filed by woman seeking direction to terminate her 23-week old pregnancy
    New Delhi , June 29 : The Supreme Court will today continue the hearing on the plea filed by a Kolkata-based woman, Sharmishta Chakraborty, seeking its direction to terminate her 23-week old pregnancy.

  • Chhattisgarh: Two Maoists killed in MMC 'new zone'
    Rajnandgaon (Chhattisgarh) , June 29 ANI: Two Maoists were killed in an encounter with security forces in Chhattisgarh's Rajnandgaon district, for the first time in their ew zone.

  • 'Big Bang Theory' star Johnny Galecki's home burns down in massive fire
    Washington D.C. [U.S.A.], June 29 :'Big Bang Theory' star Johnny Galecki's getaway ranch in San Luis Obispo, California has burned down in a massive fire on Monday night.

  • German audience laughs after Trump Cabinet member's address is cut off
    Berlin [Germany], June 29 : The attendees of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's political party's business conference in Berlin laughed and cheered when U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross's video address was cut off on Tuesday after Ross went over his time limit.

  • PM Modi to meet 26/11 survivor 'Baby Moshe' during Israel visit
    New Delhi , June. 28 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to Israel next week is expected to meet Moshe, survivor of 2008 Mumbai 26/11 terrorist attack.

  • Delhi HC commutes death sentence of convict to life imprisonment
    New Delhi , June 28 : The Delhi High Court on Wednesday commuted the death sentence of 31- year-old Sonu Sardar to life imprisonment.

  • Non-implementation of GST would lead to financial chaos in J&K: Finance Minister Drabu
    Srinagar , June. 28 : Jammu and Kashmir Minister of Finance Haseeb A Drabu today said the state government will factor in constitutional, legislative, administrative and institutional issues distinct to the state, while implementing the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill in the State.

  • Now, extend your Eid celebrations with Appu Ghar
    By Somdatta Saha, New Delhi , June 28 : After an extended weekend, if you are still in that festive mood, then here's a solution for you.

  • Dhinchak Pooja's 'scooter' to get her arrested?
    New Delhi , June 28 : Her scooter might be 'dilo ka shooter' but looks like, it now will 'shoot' out some real trouble for the so-called 'music-sensation' Dhinchak Pooja.

  • Left no stone unturned in building consensus: Jaitley on GST rollout
    New Delhi , June 28 : Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday said that all decisions in connection with the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill were taken after building consensus with states and political parties.

  • Balochistan: Daughters of abducted Baloch doctor go on hunger strike
    Karachi [Pakistan], June 28 : : The daughters of an abducted Baloch doctor are on a hunger strike at the Karachi Press Club, demanding the safe release of their father.

  • MP: Lightning kills five in Dindori
    Dindori (Madhya Pradesh) June 28,: Five people were killed and one sustained injured after being struck by lightning in Dindori on Wednesday.

  • Seventh Pay Commission: Centre announces handsome increase in allowances
    New Delhi June 28, 2017 : The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday announced handsome increase in allowances by allowing recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission (CPC) on allowances with 34 modifications.

  • Are you monsoon ready? Here are some styling tips
    By Pallavi Aman Singh, New Delhi , Jun 28 : Is monsoon dampening your style quotients? Waterproof it right to put your most fashionable foot forward.

  • Odisha shocker: Four home guards forced to 'kneel down' over improper uniform
    Mayurbhanj (Odisha) , June 28: In a bizarre incident, four Home Guards, including a female cop were asked to kneel down with their hands up in punishment for wearing improper uniform in Odisha's Mayurbhanj district.

  • Beyond Cities: How Airbnb supports rural revitalization in India
    New Delhi , June 28 : Airbnb democratizes tourism by bringing its economic benefits to communities that typically haven't shared in these benefits in the past.

  • Historic: PM Modi first Indian PM to visit Israel
    New Delhi , June. 28 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Israel from July 4-6, at the invitation of his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu.

  • 'Inside Edge' making was no different from full-fledged film: Director
    New Delhi , June 28 : The making of Amazon Prime Video and Excel Media & Entertainment's upcoming series 'Inside Edge' was no less than a movie making, says the director.