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  • Suffering from insomnia? Ditch the pills and exercise
    Atlanta [US], May 29 : If you suffer from insomnia, you'll know how frustrating it can be. A recent study now has the healthiest way to improve your sleep: exercise.

  • Kolkata's Ananya Maiti tops ISC exam
    New Delhi , May 29 : With the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations declaring its Class 12 results on Tuesday, Ananya Maiti from Kolkata secured first position by scoring 99.5 percent.

  • Nepal marks 10th Republic Day with fervor
    Kathmandu [Nepal], May 29 : Nepal on Monday celebrated its 10th Republic Day with fervor and enthusiasm by organising various programmes on Monday.

  • DA case: Bail granted to Himachal CM Virbhadra Singh
    New Delhi , May 29 : A Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court on Monday granted bail to all accused including Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh and his wife in the disproportionate assets matter.

  • UP Police assures swift action in Rampur molestation
    Lucknow(Uttar Pradesh), May 29, : Reacting sharply to the Rampur molestation case, Uttar Pradesh ADG Law and Order Aditya Mishra on Monday dubbed the incident as 'sad', while saying that the police would ensure that such misconduct is not repeated in future.

  • Delhi Legislative Assembly members share views on GST
    New Delhi , May 29 : Members of the Delhi Legislative Assembly on Monday reviewed various aspects of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) proposal being introduced by Centre by July 1 and according to Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia cleared some of their doubts on it.

  • 'World's heaviest woman' feeds herself for first time in 25 years
    Abu Dhabi [United Arab Emirates], May 29 : Eman Ahmed, an Egyptian woman who recently underwent weight-loss surgery in India, has fed herself for the first time in 25 years at a hospital in Abu Dhabi where she is admitted.

  • Cyclone Mora: Indian Army ready to assist Bangladesh
    New Delhi , May 29 : With the deep depression forming in Bay of Bengal, Mora has now become a cyclonic storm and is all set to hit Bangladesh and Myanmar.

  • Hasina in Vienna to attend IAEA conference
    Dhaka [Bangladesh], May 29 : Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina on Monday left for Austrian capital Vienna to attend an International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) conference.

  • Won't play bilateral series with Pakistan without govt.'s consent, reiterates BCCI
    New Delhi , May 29 : Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) official Rajeev Shukla on Monday reiterated that India will not play any bilateral series with Pakistan without getting consent from the central government.

  • Money laundering: Delhi HC grants bail to Paras Mal Lodha
    New Delhi , May 29 : The Delhi High Court on Monday granted bail to Kolkata-based businessman Paras Mal Lodha, in connection with a money laundering case.

  • Former Proteas batsman Richard Levi recuperating after head blow
    Johannesburg [South Africa], May 29 : Former South Africa batsman Richard Levi has been recovering well after being hit on the head during a county match in England.

  • AOL slams NGT report on destroying Yamuna floodplain area
    New Delhi , May 29 : The Art of Living (AOL) on Monday objected the report filed by the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on the damage to the biodiversity of the Yamuna River.

  • Katrina Kaif welcomes 'happy breezy Monday'
    New Delhi , May 29 : Monday Blues just disappeared as Katrina Kaif shared an easy-breezy sun-kissed picture with her fans.

  • HP and KPMG introduce 'GST solution' for traders, MSMEs
    New Delhi , May 29 : HP India in collaboration with KPMG on Monday announced the launch of a comprehensive, secure and affordable invoicing platform 'GST solution' to help transition millions of traders and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) to Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime.

  • IPL has helped Stokes to mature as cricketer: Botham
    Melbourne [Australia], May 29 : With just three days left to the commencement of hosts England's Champions Trophy campaign against Bangladesh, former skipper Ian Botham has said that in-form all-rounder Ben Stokes has developed mentally as a player after his successful maiden Indian Premier League (IPL) stint.

  • Finova Capital names Rajiv Sabharwal as its Strategic Advisor
    New Delhi , May 29 : Fast growing NBFCs based out of Jaipur, Rajasthan and floated by ex-senior banker Mohit Sahney, Finova capital on Monday announced its association with Rajiv Sabharwal as the strategic advisor.

  • 'Mountain' documentary to have Willem Dafoe's voice
    Los Angeles [USA], May 29 : Hollywood actor Willem Dafoe is all set to lend his voice to feature documentary 'Mountain'.

  • India contributed 6,900 military personnel in various missions: Indian Army
    New Delhi , May 29 : With two Indian peacekeepers among 117 military, police and civilian personnel honoured with a prestigious UN medal, VC of Army Staff Lieutenant Gen Sarath Chand on Monday stated that the country has contributed 6,900 military personnel among 1, 15, 000 peacekeepers in various missions.

  • New-born baby walks moments after birth in Brazil
    London [UK], May 29 : Seeing a new born baby walk for the first time is one of the happiest moments for any parent, but one has to wait patiently to witness the first steps.

  • Kerala: Congress suspends three youth members for butchering calf
    Chandigarh , May 29 : Facing sharp criticism over the recent slaughtering of a calf by the party's youth activists in Kerala's Kannur, the Congress Party on Monday assured that such elements have no place in their party and hence have been suspended.

  • Relief for Bihar liquor manufacturers, SC extends time for disposing old stock
    New Delhi , May 29 : The Supreme Court on Monday provided relief to several liquor manufacturers of Bihar by extending the time limit for disposing old stocks from May 31 to July 31.

  • Nepal politicians to allow chief justice to superannuate with grace
    Kathmandu [Nepal], May 29 : Sushila Karki, the Chief Justice of Nepal's Supreme Court, will be allowed to superannuate from office without being impeached, said the country's politicians and lawmakers, cutting across party lines.

  • Rampur molestation: Four prime accused arrested, hunt on for remaining
    Rampur (Uttar Pradesh) , May 29 : The state police has successfully arrested four prime accused in the shocking Rampur molestation case, while a massive manhunt is underway to nab the remaining absconding perpetrators.

  • B-town wishes 'Ramazan Mubarak' to fans
    New Delhi , May 29 : The holy month of Ramazan has begun that will see Muslims around the world keeping a dawn-to-dusk fast for the entire month.

  • DA case: CBI opposes HP CM Virbhadra Singh's bail plea
    New Delhi , May 29 : A Delhi Court on Monday reserved its order on the bail plea of all the accused in the Disproportionate Assets (DA) case, including Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh.

  • Mobile towers near prison centers: SC issues notice to Rajasthan Govt.
    New Delhi , May 29 : The Supreme Court on Monday issued a notice to the Rajasthan Government over removing mobile towers within a distance of 500 metres of prison centers.

  • WB Minister uses red beacon, says 'not bound by Centre's orders'
    Siliguri (West Bengal) May 29 : West Bengal PWD Minister Arup Biswas on Monday was seen using the red beacon atop his vehicle, despite the Centre's ban.

  • Ibrahimovic's agent unsure about forward's Man Utd return
    London [UK], May 29 : Zlatan Ibrahimovic's agent has admitted that he doesn't know whether the striker will be back at Manchester United next season.

  • Man City close to signing world record deal for goalie Ederson Moraes
    London [UK], May 29 : Manchester City are close to signing Benfica goalkeeper Ederson Moraes for a fee reported to be 34.9 million pound.

  • MuveAcoustics unveils limited edition 'Impulse' on-ear headphone
    New Delhi , May 29 : MuveAcoustics, an audio solutions aggregator on Monday announced the launch of 'Impulse', a feature intensive on-ear wired headphone. The limited-quantity headphone is priced at Rs. 2,499 and is available at a discounted price of Rs. 2,099 on Amazon.in and Croma Stores.

  • Arunachal Police intensify search operations for Sukhoi-30 crew
    Itanagar (Arunachal Pradesh) , May 29 : Arunachal Pradesh Home Parliamentary Secretary Pani Taram today said that search operations have been intensified on the ground to locate missing crew members of the Sukhoi-30 fighter jet.

  • Mamata Govt. runs on policies of Imams like Barkati: BJP
    Kolkata/ New Delhi May 29 : The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday strongly objected to the use of red beacon by West Bengal Public Works Department (PWD) Minister Arup Biswas despite the Centre's ban on it.

  • AWPL renamed Candela Labs, unveils new IP labs, chatbot solution
    New Delhi , May 29 : In the backdrop of a re-branding drive, AWPL on Monday announced its new corporate identity, reflecting the company's transition to help enterprises in the insurance and banking industries to embrace transformation to the digital era.

  • 1993 blasts: Court to pronounce orders against Abu Salem on June 16
    Mumbai (Maharashtra) , May 29 : A special Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act (TADA) court will pronounce its judgment on June 16 against underworld don Abu Salem and others in connection with the 1993 blasts case.

  • Chidambaram clarifies over FIPB charges, defends Karti
    Chennai (Tamil Nadu) , May 29 : Speaking strongly over the controversy surrounding his son Karti Chidambaram in connection with a money laundering case, former finance minister P. Chidambaram on Monday said that his son had never met any officer connected with the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB), adding that the course of law will expose the mischief makers.

  • Congress will make sure nobody's sentiments are hurt: Salman Khurshid
    New Delhi May 29 : Condemning the incident where Youth Congress activists publically butchered a calf in Kerala's Kannur to protest against the Centre's cattle ban, the Congress on Monday assured that the party is committed to bring people together, adding they will ensure that nobody's sentiments are hurt.

  • PSP Projects makes its debut; opens at Rs. 195
    New Delhi , May 29 : Multi-disciplinary construction company PSP Projects on Monday witnessed a cut of seven percent as compared with the issue price of Rs. 210.

  • 'Cattle ban' akin to fascism: Organisers of IIT-Madras beef fest
    Chennai (Tamil Nadu) May 29 : The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras students, who organised a beef-festival to oppose the Centre's indirect ban on beef, say they wanted to protest as the Narendra Modi government's move is akin to fascism.

  • Chhattisgarh: Maoists threaten Akshay, Saina for helping CRPF
    Raipur (Chhattisgarh) May 29 : Maoists in Chhattisgarh have threatened Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar and ace badminton player Saina Nehwal for financially assisting families of 12 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) men, who sacrificed their lives in a Maoist ambush in March in Chhattisgarh's Sukma.

  • Here's some good news for all beer lovers
    New Delhi ,May 29 : Bira91?, the famous beer brand has announced the launch of two new beers - 'Bira 91 Light' and 'Bira 91 Strong'.

  • Red Hat to acquire Codenvy; to create cloud-native applications
    New Delhi , May 29 : Leading provider of open source solutions Red Hat on Monday announced signing of a definitive agreement to acquire Codenvy, provider of cloud-native development tools that enable developers to more easily create modern container-based and cloud-native applications.

  • Daniel Craig shows his crazy side in 'Logan Lucky' trailer
    New Delhi , May 29 : James Bond is about to get criminal for Logan brothers.

  • Cattle ban: DMK to protest against Centre in Chennai
    Chennai (Tamil Nadu) , May 29 : Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) working President M K Stalin will lead a protest against the Centre and the state government on May 31, over the cattle slaughter ban.

  • Road rage case: SC asks Centre to explore safety provision for Manipur family
    New Delhi , May 29 : The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Central government to explore the provision of providing safety and security to a family from Manipur allegedly being threatened at the behest of the state's Chief Minister N. Biren Singh, whose son Ajay Meetai is involved in a 2011 road rage case.

  • Maharashtra: Cow vigilantes assault youth over 'possession of beef'
    Washim (Maharashtra) May 29 : In a viral video circulating on the social media, cow vigilantes can be seen shouting slogans and assaulting two youth for allegedly possessing beef in Malegaon tehsil of Maharashtra's Washim.

  • EC bribery case: Dinakaran's judicial custody extended till June 12
    New Delhi , May 29 : A Delhi court on Friday extended the judicial custody of ousted All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) leader TTV Dinakaran till June 12, in the Election Commission bribery case.

  • Germany, Spain, Russia, France: Detailed itinerary of PM Modi's tour
    New Delhi May 29 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi's four-nation started on Monday, and he will land in Germany for the first leg of his six-day tour.

  • Aadhaar is completely safe, secure and robust: Ravi Shankar Prasad
    New Delhi , May 29 : Taking a jibe at the Opposition on the implementation and implication of Aadhaars, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Monday asserted that Aadhaar is completely safe, secure and robust.

  • Inhumanity on display: Mentally disabled woman 'chained', alleges molestation
    Hyderabad (Telangana) May 29 : Rehab centers are meant to serve the abandoned and aged who have been isolated from their families, but a particular rehab from Hyderabad is in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons.

  • No bilateral cricket series with Pak till terrorism remains: Govt.
    New Delhi , May 29 : As the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) prepares to meet the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to discuss the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between the two countries in 2014, Union Sports Minister Vijay Goel on Monday asserted that there cannot be a bilateral series between the two nations until there is terrorism from the Pakistani side.

  • Bihar Journalist murder: CBI takes Shahabuddin into custody for questioning
    New Delhi , May 29 : The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Monday took former Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) Member of Parliament (MP) Mohammad Shahabuddin into custody for questioning, in an ongoing investigation over the murder of Bihar journalist Rajdeo Ranjan.

  • 3 Nations Invitational Tournament, a chance to assess performance ahead of HWL Semi-Final: Manpreet
    Bengaluru (Karnataka) , May 29 : Indian men's hockey team skipper Manpreet Singh has insisted that the upcoming 3 Nations Invitational Tournament in Germany will provide them with the opportunity to assess their performance and get ready for the Hockey World League (HWL) Semi Final to be played in London.

  • Kaspersky Lab hires Stephan Neumeier as MD, Asia Pacific
    New Delhi , May 29 : Global cyber-security company Kaspersky Lab on Monday announced hiring of Stephan Neumeier as the Managing Director of Kaspersky Lab Asia Pacific region with effect from today.

  • Pak AG says will present evidence on Kulbhushan Jadhav before ICJ
    Islamabad [Pakistan], May 29 : Pakistan's Attorney General Ashtar Ausaf has said that Islamabad will be presenting all evidences before the Hague-based International Court of Justice (ICJ) on the Kulbhushan Jadhav case.

  • Asian Junior Tennis Championship begins in Pune
    Pune (Maharashtra) , May 29 : Asian Junior Tennis Championship 2017, which is the most reputed tennis championship in the Asian circuit for the under 18 category, has today begun in Pune, Maharashtra.

  • PM Modi embarks four-nation tour of Europe, Russia
    New Delhi , May 29 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarked on a four nation tour to Germany, Spain, Russia and France on Monday.

  • Pak adopts wait and watch on Saudi counter terrorism alliance
    Islamabad [Pakistan], May 29 : Pakistan has said it will first review the Terms of Reference (ToRs) of the Saudi Arabia-led Islamic Military Alliance against Terrorism (IMAT) before taking a decision to join it formally.

  • Cattle ban outrage: After Kerala, 'beef fest' organised in IIT Madras
    Chennai (Tamil Nadu) , May 29 : A group of students at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras conducted a beef festival, showing their agitation against the Center recent order against selling cattle thus imposing an indirect beef ban.

  • Emmy Rossum ties knot with 'Mr. Robot' creator Sam Esmail
    Washington D.C. [USA], May 29 : IT'S OFFICIAL! Emmy Rossum and Sam Esmail are now husband and wife.