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I don't jump out of a trunk naked in 'The Duff': Ken Jeong
Los Angeles, May 23 : "The Hangover" star Ken Jeong, who is set to entertain Indian audience with his role of Mr. Arthur, a high school teacher, in teen comedy film "The Duff", says his character will be different from his previous works.
Hillary Clinton's 296 emails published
Washington, May 23 : The US State Department has published online 296 emails from former secretary of state Hillary Clinton's account.
Catholic priest abducted in Syria by IS-linked jihadis
Homs (Syria), May 23 : Jacques Murad, the Catholic priest abducted in central Syria this week was seized by jihadis linked to the Islamic State militant group, according to sources quoted by the Syrian pro-government radio station Sham Fm.
Qualifier 2 scoreboard: RCB vs CSK
Ranchi, May 23 : The following is the scorecard of the Indian Premier League (IPL) Qualifier 2 between Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and Chennai Super Kings CSK) at the JSCA International Cricket Stadium here on Friday.
Tunisia museum attack suspect claims innocence
Milan, May 23 : The Moroccan man wanted by Tunisia over the March 18 Bardo Museum attack in Tunis, Abdelmajid Touil, told an extradition hearing in Italy on Friday that he was innocent.
IPL: CSK beat RCB by three wickets to reach final (Roundup)
Ranchi, May 22 : Chennai Super Kings (CSK) reached the final of the Indian Premier League (IPL) for the sixth time as they defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) by three wickets in the qualifier 2 of the Twenty20 tournament at the JSCA International Cricket Stadium here on Friday.
IS claims responsibility for Saudi suicide attack
Riyadh, May 22 : The Islamic State (IS) group has claimed responsibility for the suicide attack on a Shia mosque in Saudi Arabia on Friday which killed at least 10 people.
CABI announces Indian blind cricket team's tour to England
Mumbai, May 22 : Cricket Association for the Blind in India (CABI) affiliated to Paralympic Committee of India (PCI) and World Blind Cricket (WBC) today announced Indian Blind Cricket Team's Tour to England for Bi-Lateral Series and Bahrain for friendly matches.
Parrikar visits Siachen Glacier
New Delhi, May 22 : Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar visited the Siachen Glacier on Friday.
CEAT releases results, revenue increases 4.5 pct
Mumbai, May 22 : CEAT Limited , an RPG Group company, announced its audited results for the financial year ended Mar 31 on Friday.
Indian companies bag 4 of 13titles at Platts Global Metals Awards
Kolkata, May 22 : FourIndian companies were among the winners at the third annual Platts Global Metals Awards, which recognize exemplary performance in a dozen categories across the steel, metals and mining complex.
Rajkumar Hirani produces his sister's play
Mumbai, May 22 : Filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani, who last directed the successful "PK" is now all set to produce his sister Anju Kishinchandani's play "Growing Up" based on puberty.
Congress not in favour of appealing against Jayalalithaa
Bengaluru, May 22 : Karnataka's ruling Congress on Friday advised its government not to appeal against the state high court verdict, acquitting AIADMK supremo J. Jayalalithaa in a corruption case.
Woman footballers Bembem, Bala and Ashalata Devi for Maldivian ...
New Delhi, May 22 : Indian women footballers Oinam Bembem Devi, Ashalata Devi and Bala Devi are all set to play for New Radiant Club in the Maldivian League.
Crime under control in Bengal: Mamata
Kolkata, May 22 : Pitching on modernisation of police force, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday claimed the state is in the lower rung of the ladder in terms of crime rate in the entire country.
Ideally would want to see a 16 team I-League: Constantine
Kolkata, May 22 : Indian football team head coach Stephen Constantine wants the I-League to be a 16-team tournament so that the game can spread along evenly along the country.
Ceat's net profit up by 50 percent during Q4
Kolkata, May 22 : RPG Group owned tyre maker Ceat on Friday said its net consolidated net profit during the fourth quarter of 2014-15 rose by over 50 percent at Rs.93.91 crore against Rs 62.42 crore during the same period in 2013-14.
US-Cuba talks end without deal, more talks to follow
Washington, May 22 : The US and Cuba concluded their two-day talks here on Friday without a deal on reopening embassies, but agreed to meet more in the coming weeks.
Mukhtar Ahmed shines in Pak's close win against Zimbabwe in first T20
New Delhi, May 22 : Man of the match Mukhtar Ahmed's smashing knock helped Pakistan beat Zimbabwe in the first T20 international played at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore.
Lord's Test: Williamson, Guptill put Kiwis in commanding position
New Delhi, May 22 : Kane Williamson and Martin Guptill helped New Zealand to give a strong reply to England's first inning total of 389 runs on the second day of the first Test at Lord's.
Lupin to replace Tata Power in BSE Sensex from June 22
Kolkata, May 22 : Drug major Lupin will be replacing integrated power company, Tata Power Co Ltd in the S&P BSE Sensex from June 22.
Three-fourth of of private vehicles not insured: SC panel
New Delhi, May 22 : More than 75 percent of privately owned vehicles including two wheelers do not have insurance cover, said a committee headed by former Supreme Court judge K.S.Radhakrishnan on implementation of various laws relating to road safety, describing the situation as "alarming".
PM Modi elated over performance of students in board exams in Jayapur
New Delhi, May 22 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday expressed his delight over the impressive result of the students in the 10th and 12th board examinations in his adopted village Jayapur in Uttar Pradesh and congratulated the kids.
PM Modi graces Digvijay Singh's son wedding reception
New Delhi, May 22 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the wedding reception of Congress leader Digvijay Singh's son Jaivardhan here on Friday.
NSA Doval finds faults with Pak-Afghan spy agencies' deal
New Delhi, May 22 : National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on Friday said that Pakistan's spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) deal with Afghanistan's National Directorate of Security (NDS) was based on wrong assumptions.
Gujjars 'agree' to hold talks with Rajasthan government
Jaipur, May 22 : A protest by Gujjars demanding five percent reservation in government jobs and educational institutions continued for the second day on Friday, but the community leaders "agreed" to hold talks with the Rajasthan government.
Colombian rebels suspend ceasefire after army kills 26
Bogota, May 22 : Colombia's FARC rebels on Friday suspended their months-old unilateral ceasefire after 26 insurgents were killed in an army bombing raid on a guerrilla camp in the southwestern province of Cauca, Spanish news agency Efe reported.
Civilian toll rises amid Yemen's worsening humanitarian situation
Geneva, May 22 : At least 1,037 civilians have been killed between March 26 and May 20 in Yemen as a result of widespread and protracted violence affecting the country, a UN agency said on Friday.
Strong leadership, well-capitalised institutions needed: Rajan
Chennai, May 22 : There is a need for stronger political leadership globally and better capitalised multilateral institutions for widespread legitimacy, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan said on Friday.
Lalu pops Manjhi's name, Nitish skips meeting
New Delhi, May 22 : Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad Yadav here on Friday proposed roping in former Bihar chief minister and Janata Dal-United rebel Jitan Ram Manjhi for upcoming Bihar assembly polls, according to sources.