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Brexit represents defeat for social pluralism, say experts
London, July 2 : Britain's exit from the European Union (Brexit) is a defeat for social pluralism, and this is a serious problem, according to academics from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).

Facebook to discontinue Paper app from its lineup
California, Jul 2 : Social networking giant, Facebook is ready to pull shutters on its news reading app Paper, reports said.

Under pressure to retract statement, says Pakistani Hindu scribe
New Delhi/Karachi, July 2 : A Dalit Hindu reporter working with Pakistan's state-run news agency says he has slipped into depression after facing discrimination from his Muslim boss.

Bangla hostage crisis : Hasina condemns terror attack, but confusion ...
Dhaka, Jul 2 : : As the hostage crisis in Dhaka ended after a 10-hour long bloody drama, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said on Saturday that 13 hostages were rescued from the besieged cafe in Dhaka, but some had been killed.

Air India flight rams into aerobridge, leads to altercation between ...
Mumbai, Jul 2 : An Air India flight, carrying around 300-odd passengers, rammed into a stationed aerobridge upon its arrival from Riyadh on Friday, reports said.

Three Israeli trekkers rescued in Ladakh region
Srinagar, July 2 : Three trekkers from Israel were rescued on Saturday by the administration in Leh district of Jammu and Kashmir after the lack of oxygen incapacitated them.

Mani Ratnam's next to roll from July 8
Chennai, July 2 : Ace filmmaker Mani Ratnam's yet-untitled Tamil outing will finally go on the floors on July 8, a source said.

Japan midfielder Usami joins FC Augsburg
Berlin, July 2 : Augsburg have signed attacking midfielder Takashi Usami from Japanese football club Gamba Osaka in a four-year deal.

`Supportive` Amber Rose asks Iggy Azalea `to stay strong `post Nick ...
Washington, D.C., July 2: Amber Rose has extended her support to Iggy Azalea following the latter's split from basketball star Nick Young.

US aware of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's donation to Haqqania seminary: State ...
Washington, July 2 : The U.S. State Department has said that it is aware of reports of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government's proposal to allocate three million dollars to the Darul Uloom Haqqania seminary.

Xiaomi India, MobiKwik launch one touch payments with 'MIUI8'
New Delhi, July 2 : Chinese electronics major Xiaomi and mobile payments company MobiKwik announced 'One Touch Recharge' and 'Bill Payments' on the payment network's platform with a feature that allows users to pay bills and recharge their phones or DTH connections from within the messaging ...

Was protecting her from me, not media: SRK on Suhana's bikini-clad pic
New Delhi, July 2: Shah Rukh Khan, the 'Badshah' of Bollywood, feels that it is his stardom that splashed his daughter Suhana's bikini-clad snap all over the Internet, hence, he wants to protect her from himself.

Fuel crisis continues in Tripura
Agartala (Tripura), July 2 : Fuel crisis continues in Tripura as supply from neighbouring Assam by tankers has almost stopped due to dilapidated condition of the NH 44 in Assam-Tripura border.

Hasina vows to root out terrorism after Dhaka siege
Dhaka, July 2 : Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday vowed to root out terrorism from the country after Islamic State terrorists laid siege to a Dhaka cafe that left six of the militants dead while 13 hostages were rescued.

Overcast sky in Lucknow, pleasant weather in most of Uttar Pradesh
Lucknow, July 2 : Overcast skies and a slight drizzle in some parts of Uttar Pradesh gave people some relief from the summer heat on Saturday.

Over 9,000 pilgrims set off from Kashmir to begin Amarnath Yatra
Srinagar, July 2 : Over 9,000 pilgrims on Saturday morning set off from base camps in Ganderbal and Anantnag districts of Jammu and Kashmir to begin this year's Amarnath Yatra.

UN agrees to appoint human rights expert on protection of LGBT
New York, July 2 : The top human rights body at the United Nations has voted to appoint an independent expert on protection from violence and discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) people.

Cloudy Saturday morning in Delhi
New Delhi, July 2 : A cloudy morning on Saturday brought respite from hot and humid temperature in Delhi lowering the minimum temperature to 24.4 degrees Celsius, three notches below the season's average.

14 bodies pulled out from villages flattened in Uttarakhand
Dehradun, July 2 : At least 14 bodies have been recovered so far from the debris in villages which were buried in a cloud burst in Uttarakhand, police said on Saturday.

All not well with China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, says Baloch ...
Islamabad, July 2 : A former senator from Balochistan has expressed grave concern about the efficacy and future of the ongoing China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project, and advised the incumbent "elitist" establishment in Islamabad to forego its controlled policy of discouraging a national ...

Infosys techie murder: Accused nabbed by police from Triunelveli
Chennai, July 2 : In a major breakthrough, the man suspected to have murdered a 24-year-old Infosys techie S. Swathi last week, was arrested in Tirunelveli district in Tamil Nadu late night.

Pele urges Messi not to quit Argentina
Rio De Janeiro, July 2 : Brazil legend Pele has become the latest high-profile name to call for Lionel Messi to retract his decision to retire from international football.

Spanish stock market rises 1.29 per cent, closes at 8,268 points
Madrid, July 2 : The Spanish stock market index Ibex- 35 rose 1.29 per cent on Friday to close at 8,268.90 points, up from the 8,163.30 points of Thursday.

Wales beat Belgium 3-1, secure spot in semis
Lille (France), July 2 : Goals from Ashley Williams, Robson Kanu and Sam Vokes sent Wales into their first major semi-final in history when they won 3-1 against Belgium in the second quarter final match of Euro 2016 here.

Comics enthusiasts can now download Indian Comic book samplers for ...
New Delhi, July 1: Gear up to celebrate the First ever Alto Comic Book Celebration Week in India presented by Comic Con India and powered by ReadWhere from July 4 to July 10 2016.

First batch of Amarnath yatris reach Baltal base camp
Srinagar, July 1 : The first batch of Amarnath pilgrims reached Baltal base camp on Friday evening, from where they will tomorrow move forward towards the holy cave.

Hindu priest hacked to death in Bangladesh, India voices concern
Dhaka/New Delhi, July 1 : A Hindu priest was hacked to death in Bangladesh on Friday, in a chilling similarity to the murder of another priest from the religious minority in the southwestern district of Jhenaidah last month.

Naseeruddin Shah inaugurates 7th Jagran Film Festival
New Delhi, July 1 : Veteran actor Naseeruddin Shah, along with ace filmmakers Ketan Mehta, Jahnu Barua and Sudhir Mishra, on Friday inaugurated the 7th Jagran Film Festival, which, aiming at showcasing films of "cinematic brilliance" from around the world, will travel to 16 cities aross India and ...

India abstained from LGBT vote for legal reasons
New Delhi, July 1 : India abstained from voting in the UN Human Rights Council on a resolution to appoint an independent expert for the LGBT community as the issue of LGBT rights is with the Supreme Court, a senior official said on Friday.

Government pitches for Uniform Civil Code, opposition raises eyebrows
By Mohd Asim Khan, New Delhi, July 1 : The Union Law Ministry has asked the Law Commission to examine the issue of implementation of a Uniform civil Code (UCC) -- drawing criticism from the opposition and Muslim groups who termed it a "politically-motivated move devoid of sincerity".

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