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  • Kim, Kanye living apart
    Los Angeles, Dec 4 : Rapper Kanye West is reportedly living separately from his wife Kim Kardashian and their children.

  • 4 killed in car bomb attack in Iraq
    Baghdad, Dec 4 : At least four people were killed and nine others injured in a car bomb explosion in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, a government statement said.

  • Lawrence wants Aronofsky to stay with her
    Los Angeles, Dec 4 : Oscar winning-actress Jennifer Lawrence has reportedly given director Darren Aronofsky a set of keys of her house so that he can stay with her whenever he is here.

  • 2 Palestinian prisoners refuse to end hunger strike in Israel
    Jerusalem, Dec 4 : Two Palestinians in an Israeli jail who have been on hunger strike for more than two months, rejected Israel's deal to end their strike in exchange for being released within four months, media reports said.

  • 9 killed in overnight fire in US
    Washington, Dec 4 : An overnight fire killed at least 9 people on Saturday while another 25 people were missing in Oakland in United States, media reports said.

  • 2 pilots killed as warplane shot down in Aleppo
    Damascus, Dec 4 : At least two pilots were killed as rebels in Syria shot down a warplane near the international airport of on Saturday, media reports said.

  • Nepal move on statute an 'important step': India
    New Delhi, Dec 3 : India on Saturday described the introduction of a Constitution Amendment Bill earlier this week in Nepal's Parliament as an "important step".

  • Nitish should rethink support to demonetisation: Patkar
    Patnna, Dec 3 : Social activist Medha Patkar on Saturday urged Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to rethink over his support to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's demonetisation move, reiterating it was actually monetisation of the country's least developed communities to help the market and corporates.

  • To save nature, ride cycles, not cars, says Parrikar
    Panaji, Dec 3 : Taking a sarcastic dig at opponents of infrastructure projects in the state, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Saturday said that those who want to 'save' nature, should stop using cars and ride cycles instead.

  • Heart of Asia Conference requires multi dimensional cooperation: Afghan Economics Minister
    Amritsar [Punjab], Dec. 3 : Afghanistan Economics Minister Abdul Sattar Murad, who is attending the Heart of Asia Conference, said today that the expectation from this conference is to workout multi dimensional cooperation between the participating countries.

  • Bengal to stimulate job creation to beat demontisation effect
    Kolkata, Dec 3 : In a bid to nullify demonetisation effect on employment generation, the West Bengal government plans to launch another batch of 5,000 cars under the Gatidhara project by March 2017 to stimulate local employment, an official said on Saturday.

  • Mamata fitted to be PM: Ramdev
    Kolkata, Dec 3 : Heaping praise on West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for her austere lifestyle and political credibility, yoga guru Baba Ramdev on Saturday said the Trinamool Congress supremo could one day become Prime Minister.

  • 'Morocco strengthening its position as gateway to Africa'
    Seattle, Dec 3 (IANS/MAP) Morocco is increasingly strengthening its position as a gateway to Africa where air transport is one of the most promising sectors, Boeing Commercial Airplanes Vice President of Marketing Randy Tinseth said here on Thursday.

  • Bodies of two newborn kids recovered from Bengal
    Kolkata, Dec 3 : Bodies of two newborn kids were recovered from two different districts in West Bengal on Saturday, police said.

  • Indian walks away with Europe Business Assembly award
    New Delhi [India], Dec 3 : Ghana's Subah Infosolutions once again gained international recognition by bagging Europe Business Assembly (EBA) award in France as 'The Best Enterprise and Most Promising IT Company of the year in Africa,' thanks to Birendra Sasmal, the CEO of the company.

  • B'desh PM Hasin rules out talks with 'killer' BNP
    Dhaka [Bangladesh], Dec.3 : Ruling out the possibility of holding talks with Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) over the formation of a new election commission, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that no talks can be held with a 'killer'.

  • Absconding Gujarat realtor detained after declaring over 13,000 cr as undisclosed income
    New Delhi [India], Dec.3 : In a dramatic turn of events, Gujarat real estate businessman Mahesh Shah who went missing after declaring Rs. 13,860 crore under the Centre's Income Disclosure Scheme (IDS), was detained today by the Income Tax department.

  • HWL Semi-Finals 2017: India, Pakistan clubbed in same pool
    New Delhi [India], Dec. 3 : India, the current Asian champions, have been clubbed alongside arch-rivals Pakistan in the same pool in the men's Hockey World League (HWL) Semi-Finals 2017 to be held in London from June 15 to 25 June.

  • Digital payment does not require education : Dharmendra Pradhan
    New Delhi[India], Dec. 3: Making a push for digital payment post demonetisation, at petrol pumps across the country, Union Minister of State for Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan on Saturday asserted that for making digital payments, a person does not require education.

  • Premier League title `maybe` out of Man Utd's reach, concedes Mourinho
    London [UK], Dec. 3 : Jose Mourinho, Manchester United manager, has conceded that his team, which is trailing Chelsea by 11 points after 13 games in the Premier League, "maybe" out of title race this season.

  • HealthCare at HOME, Critinext to enhance ICU at home service
    New Delhi, Dec 3 : Home healthcare service provider HealthCare at HOME (HCAH) has partnered with Critinext -- Asia's largest e-ICU network -- to enhance their ICU at home services with e-monitoring capabilities in India, the company said in a statement on Saturday.

  • ISL: Delhi, Mumbai in goalless draw
    Mumbai, Dec 3 : Mumbai City FC ended their league engagements with a goalless draw against Delhi Dynamos to be at the top of the Indian Super League (ISL) standings at the Mumbai Football Arena here on Saturday.

  • Enjoyed watching Sehwag bat the most: Sachin
    New Delhi, Dec 3 : Legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar on Saturday said he enjoyed watching former India opener Virender Sehwag bat the most, while admitting that he feared facing former South Africa captain Hansie Cronje as a bowler.

  • Cameron defends decision to hold referendum on Brexit as 'right thing to do'
    New Delhi, Dec 3 : Former British Prime Minister David Cameron on Saturday defended his decision to hold a referendum which led to his country's exit from the European Union but said Britain need to find the advantages and deliver them in the path the people have chosen.

  • 'Swachh Bharat' and 'Swasth Bharat' go hand in hand: Sachin
    New Delhi, Dec 3 : Urging people to stay healthy and fit, legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar on Saturday said that 'Swachh Bharat' (clean India) and 'Swasth Bharat' (healthy India) go hand in hand.

  • UAE, Japan discuss regional, international developments
    Abu Dhabi, Dec 3 : The foreign ministers of UAE and Japan discussed ways of bolstering strategic relations between the two countries in all spheres, and exchanged views about the latest regional and international developments here on Saturday.

  • Preity Zinta's cousin commits suicide; wife, in-laws held
    Shimla, Dec 3 : Bollywood actor Preity Zinta's cousin Nitin Chauhan committed suicide in Himachal Pradesh capital Shimla owing to a matrimonial dispute. His wife and in-laws were arrested on Sunday for forcing him to take the extreme step, police said.

  • Two soldiers killed as Assam Rifles convoy ambushed in Arunachal
    Guwahati, Dec 3 : Two soldiers were killed and eight others injured as militants, believed to be from the banned Naga outfit NSCN-K, ambushed a convoy of the Assam Rifles along the India-Myanmar border in Arunachal Pradesh on Saturday, a defence spokesman said.

  • Time for comprehensive review of electoral law: CEC
    New Delhi, Dec 3 : Indian's Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Nasim Zaidi said on Saturday that time has come to undertake comprehensive review of the Representation of the People Act and also called for suggestions from legal fraternity.

  • Two green corridors by Noida hospital save six lives
    Noida, Dec 3 : Jaypee Hospital, Noida, on Saturday created two green corridors to give a new lease of life to six persons in the National Capital Region.

  • Fragment of lost Russian spacecraft found
    Moscow, Dec 4 : The Russian Emergencies Ministry announced that a fragment of the Russian Progress MS-04 cargo spacecraft, which was lost during launch on Thursday, was found in the territory of the Russian republic of Tuva on Mongolia's border.

  • History, heritage showcased at 'Van Heusen and GQ Fashion Nights 2016'
    Mumbai, Dec 4 : The first night of 'Van Heusen and GQ Fashion Nights 2016' was worth remembering at Taj Land's End here, as actors Sushant Singh Rajput and Prateik Babbar donned some master pieces by the who's who of fashion industry and dazzled the ramp with their high energy.

  • Jamie Oliver won't have vasectomy
    London, Dec 4 : British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, who has five children with wife Jools, refuses to have a vasectomy because he is "petrified" of trainee doctors taking selfies of his private parts.

  • Protests in S. Korea call for President Park's resignation
    Seoul, Dec 4 : The streets of central Seoul were filled with protesters demanding the resignation of South Korea's President Park Geun-hye over a corruption scandal, media reports said.

  • Bella Thorne, Tyler Posey rekindle romance
    Los Angeles, Dec 4 : Actors Bella Thorne and Tyler Posey have reportedly rekindled their romance.

  • Perrie Edwards hates talking about herself
    Los Angeles, Dec 4 : Singer Perrie Edwards "cringes" when she has to talk about herself.

  • UAE, Japan look forward to stronger bilateral relations
    Dubai, Dec 4 : United Arab Emirates (UAE) Minister of Foreign Affairs Abdullah bin Zayed Al-Nahyan met with his Japanese counterpart Kentaro Sonoura in Abu Dhabi to discuss ways of bolstering strategic relations between the two countries, media reports said.

  • Man dies in Bengal after collapsing in ATM queue
    Kolkata, Dec 3 : A man died while standing in a queue in front of an ATM outlet in West Bengal on Saturday as the people's struggle for cash continued on the third day of the new month.

  • Two green corridors by Noida hospital save six lives (lead, correcting para 3)
    Two green corridors by Noida hospital save six lives (lead- correcting para 3)Noida, Dec 3 : AJaypee Hospital, Noida, on Saturday created two green corridors to give a new lease of life to six persons in the National Capital Region.

  • PM Modi serves 'langar' at Golden Temple
    Amritsar [India], Dec. 3 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived here on Saturday evening to inaugurate the 'Heart of Asia-Istanbul Process' conference, visited the Golden Temple and also served 'langar' to the devotees.

  • Iran offers to 'mediate' between India and Pakistan
    New Delhi [India], Dec. 3 : Iranian Foreign Minister Dr Mohammad Javad Zarif expressed his country's willingness to mediate between India and Pakistan, if both countries wanted Iran to play a role.

  • Verma meets rival families, rules out compromise on 'Vangaveeti'
    Vijayawada, Dec 3 : Controversial filmmaker Ramgopal Verma on Saturday night went ahead with the release of audio of his upcoming Telugu movie "Vangaveeti", hours after meeting members Vangaveeti and Diveneni families, on whose feud the story is based.

  • Congress approves election, manifesto panel for Uttarakhand
    New Delhi, Dec 3 : The Congress on Saturday approved formation of a Pradesh Election Committee and Election Manifesto Committee for upcoming assembly elections in Uttarakhand.

  • My presence helps BJP get more votes: Parrikar
    Panaji, Dec 3 : Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Saturday said that he is only like an icing on the cake when it comes to cornering votes during elections.

  • Syrian crisis resolvable, people's participation key: Iranian Foreign Minister
    New Delhi, Dec 3 : The participation of the Syrian people themselves is important to solve the Syrian problem, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Saturday.

  • Consensus on most issues, says Arun Jaitley after GST Council meet
    New Delhi [India], Dec.3 : Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday said that the GST Council has arrived at a consensus on most issues pertaining to the Goods and Services Tax (GST).

  • ED summons Moin Qureshi's wife in connection to money laundering case
    New Delhi[India], Dec. 3: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Saturday issued summons to meat exporter Moin Qureshi's wife Nasreen to join probe in connection with Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 (PMLA) case against her husband..

  • Arunachal: Army personnel killed, nine soldiers injured in ambush
    Itanagar [India], Dec. 3 : An Assam Rifles convoy was ambushed today in Khonsa, Arunachal Pradesh, in which an Army personnel lost his life and nine soldiers were injured.

  • No need to assign special aircraft for VVIPs: Sheikh Hasina
    Dhaka [Bangladesh], Dec. 3 : Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said Saturday that there is no need for assigning special aircraft for VVIPs like the her or the president by the government.

  • Grave mistake to always blame Pakistan for Kashmir unrest: Omar Abdullah
    Baramullah (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], Dec. 3 : Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Saturday criticised the Centre for failing to take concrete measures to curb the unrest in Kashmir post the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani and said that it would be a "grave mistake" to always blame Pakistan and turning a blind eye to internal issues.

  • Demonetisation nothing but political propaganda: Mayawati
    New Delhi [India], Dec. 3 : Launching a scathing attack on the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his BJP government, Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati on Saturday said demonetisation is nothing but political propaganda and the Centre trying to earn brownie points from it.

  • Rs 30 lakh unaccounted cash seized in Bengaluru, three held
    Bengaluru, Dec 3 : About Rs 30 lakh unaccounted cash was seized on Saturday at two places in the city and three persons were arrested for holding it without documentary proof, police said.

  • US national 'gangrape': Police file FIR after Sushma assures action
    New Delhi, Dec 3 : An FIR was registered on Saturday on the complaint of an American woman who was allegedly gang-raped at a luxury hotel here in March, hours after External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said those guilty won't be spared and asked Delhi Police to register a case.

  • India, Pakistan placed in same pool in HWL Semi-Final
    London, Dec 3 : Arch-rivals India and Pakistan have been placed in the same pool in the 2016-17 Men's FIH Hockey World League (HWL) Semi-Final to be held here next June.

  • Home benefits if women given allowances: Parrikar
    Panaji, Dec 3 : A home only benefits if women in a household are given money, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Saturday, while explaining his decision to announce a monthly allowance scheme for women in Goa, when he was Chief Minister.

  • Goyal tells traders to use PoS machine for transactions
    New Delhi, Dec 3 : Allaying fears about effects of demonetisation, Union Power, Coal, Energy and Mines Minister Piyush Goyal on Saturday told traders to use Point of Sale (PoS) machine for transactions and embrace digital economy.

  • AYUSH should back capable people, says Ramdev
    Kolkata, Dec 3 : Yoga guru Baba Ramdev on Saturday suggested to the AYUSH Ministry to bring forward people doing a commendable job in the disciplines of Indian traditional medicine, asserting that institutions can only succeed if they have capable people working in them.

  • Pakistan's Aziz sends bouquet to ailing Sushma
    Amritsar, Dec 3 : Pakistan's top diplomat Sartaj Aziz, who arrived in this Punjab city on Saturday evening to attend the global "Heart of Asia" conference on Afghanistan, has sent a bouquet and get well soon wishes to External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj.

  • Digital literacy, digital currency is the future: Chandrababu Naidu
    New Delhi, Dec 3 : Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu on Saturday advocated digital literacy and digital currency, saying they will not only reduce sufferings caused due to demonetisation but were imperative for fighting corruption and ensuring transparency.

  • In her heart Mamata supports demonetisation: Ramdev
    Kolkata, Dec 3 : Yoga guru Baba Ramdev believes that in her heart West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee supports demonetisation, although she opposes its implementation.