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    Indian batsmen continue to struggle against England's bowling attack ...
    London, July 29 : Indian is currently trailing England by 461 runs with seven wickets remaining as the visitors batsmen are struggling against the pacing attack from the hosts on the third day of the second Test at Southampton.

    Indian migrants among others still unpaid by Qatar WC builders
    London, July 29 : Workers from Nepal, Sri Lanka and India who moved to Qatar to build luxury offices for the 2022 World Cup organizers have reportedly not been paid 13 months' wages.

    Japanese firms expand their base in Asia
    Tokyo, July 29 : Three students from Vietnam, who are undergoing an internship at JFE Engineering Corporation in Tokyo, collect garbage and deliver it to the biomass power station.

    Indian nationals facilitated with every help to return from Libya: ...
    New Delhi, July 29 : Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin said here on Tuesday that all the measures have been taken before hand to help Indian nationals return back to India from Libya safely and at the earliest.

    Ukraine says missile shrapnel blew up MH17
    London, July 29 : The Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 reportedly crashed due to an explosive loss of pressure, after being hit by shrapnel that came from a missile, security officials in Ukraine said.

    England return not immediate priority for recovering Trott, says Brown
    London, July 29 : English county club Warwickshire's director of cricket Dougie Brown has said that Jonathan Trott is making good progress recovering from a stress-related illness but has insisted that an England return is not an immediate priority.

    Andy Murray restricts mum from appearing on 'Strictly Come Dancing'
    London, July 29 : Andy Murray warned his mother Judy Murray to not to appear on BBC show 'Strictly Come Dancing' telling her that she is a terrible dancer.

    Sandhu beats Diamond to clinch bronze
    Glasgow, July 29 : Former World Champion Manavjit Singh Sandhu continued India's downpour of medals from shooting when he clinched the men's trap bronze by defeating Australia's two-time Olympic champion Michael Diamond at the Commonwealth Games here Tuesday.

    Meet the priest who's getting demon's 'hate texts' post girl's ...
    London, July 29 : A priest from Jaroslaw has reportedly claimed that a demon is sending him 'hateful texts' because he exorcised it from a young girl.

    Look into Trinamool violence: BJP urges home ministry
    Kolkata, July 29 : Claiming that minorities in West Bengal were living in fear in the wake of "violence unleashed by the ruling Trinamool Congress", the BJP Tuesday urged the union home ministry to seek a report from the Mamata Banerjee government.

    Flipkart gets $1 billion from global venture funds
    Bangalore, July 29 : India's largest e-commerce market player Flipkart Tuesday announced it had raised a whopping $1 billion (Rs.6,015 crore) in fresh capital from global venture funds.

    As BJP mounts pressure, Punjab withdraws VAT amendment
    Chandigarh, July 29 : Buckling to pressure from alliance partner BJP, Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal Tuesday ordered withdrawal of an amendment made in the Punjab VAT act which made it mandatory for traders and industrialists to remit VAT on the stocks as well.

    UPSC protest on, government advises aspirants to stay calm
    New Delhi, July 29 : UPSC aspirants Tuesday continued their protest here demanding scrapping of Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) from the entrance examination. The government advised the aspirants to maintain calm.

    India's top players have little respect for Chess Olympiad
    By Venkatachari Jagannathan, Chennai, July 29 : At a time when world's top rated players will be playing in the chess Olympiad, the absence of former world champion Viswanathan Anand, world number 27 Pendyala Harikrishna and other top rated players from the Indian team is very strange, say chess ...

    Infant undergoes successful heart surgery in Delhi
    New Delhi, July 29 : A 14-month-old boy from Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh, which has been hit by communal clashes, has successfully undergone a heart surgery here, doctors said Tuesday.

    India eyes four gold medals from wrestlers
    Glasgow, July 29 : Indian wrestlers Sushil Kumar, Amit Kumar, Rajeev Tomar and Vinesh Phogat are just a match away from bagging gold medals in the 2014 Commonwealth Games at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) here Tuesday.

    RPI slashes seat demand in Maharashtra polls from 47 to 20
    Mumbai, July 29 : Virtually conceding its shrinking bargaining power, the Republican Party of India-A Tuesday drastically reduced its demand for seats for the ensuing Maharashtra assembly elections from 47 to 20.

    ICC bans Moeen Ali from wearing 'Save Gaza' wristbands
    Southampton, July 29 : The International Cricket Council (ICC) has banned England batsman Moeen Ali from wearing "Save Gaza" and "Free Palestine" wristbands for the remainder of the third Test against India at The Rose Bowl here.

    Pak's constitution curbs religious freedom, says US
    Karachi, July 29 : A report released by the United States Department said that Pakistan's constitution curbs religious freedom and forbids Ahmadis from practicing their religion.

    Bharti Airtel's Q1 net profit jumps 61 percent
    New Delhi, July 29 : Telecom service provider Bharti Airtel's net profit shot up 61 percent for the first quarter (April to June) of 2014-15, a company statement said here Tuesday.

    'Depressed' Tulisa admits to considering suicide after drugs sting
    London, July 29 : In an exclusive clip from a new tell-all documentary, Tulisa has admitted that she considered ending her life after a newspaper sting operation.

    ITC's first quarter net profit up 15.6 percent
    Mumbai, July 29 : Fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) major ITC Tuesday reported a rise of 15.6 percent in its net profit for the first quarter of the current fiscal which stood at Rs.2,186.39 crore from Rs.1,891.33 crore in the corresponding quarter of last fiscal.

    Dozens killed in eastern Ukraine fighting
    Kiev, July 29 : At least 26 people, including children, were killed in 24 hours of violence in eastern Ukraine as government forces stepped up their offensive against insurgents seeking their region's independence from Kiev, authorities said Tuesday.

    Dozens killed in eastern Ukraine fighting
    Kiev, July 29 : At least 26 people, including children, were killed in 24 hours of violence in eastern Ukraine as government forces stepped up their offensive against insurgents seeking their region's independence from Kiev, authorities said Tuesday.

    Haryana introduces Radio Cabs
    Gurgaon, July 29 : The Haryana government has introduced 'Radio Cab' Scheme for Gurgaon, Faridabad and Panchkula and applications have been invited from prospective operators for grant of permit, an official said Tuesday.

    Salman's Eid pledge: To help 100 kids with heart condition
    Mumbai, July 29 : Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has announced that his Being Human (BH) charitable organisation will help "100 genuine patients" suffering from heart condition by providing them free treatment.

    Search for missing Indian sailor called off
    Sydney, July 29 : The search for an Indian sailor, who fell overboard from a Liberian-registered oil tanker Sunday off the West Australian coast, has been called off, media reported Tuesday.

    UPSC protest on, government advises protestors to stay calm
    New Delhi, July 29 : UPSC aspirants Tuesday continued their protest here demanding scrapping of Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) from the entrance examination. The government, however, advised them to maintain calm.

    Veteran Tripura CPI-M leader dead
    Agartala, July 29 : Nonagenarian CPI-M leader and freedom fighter Chitta Chanda has died at a government medical college here, the party said Tuesday. He was 95.

    Useful blood gene variants spread in humans worldwide
    London, July 29 : Two beneficial variants of a gene controlling red blood cells development have spread from Africa into nearly all human populations across the globe, a study reveals.

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