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Germany's Schweinsteiger bids adieu to international football
Berlin, July 29 : Germany captain Bastian Schweinsteiger has announced his retirement from international football with immediate effect after making 120 appearances for the country.
Two jailed for tying bacon on door handles of Bristol mosque
London, July 29 : Two men have been jailed and two women given suspended sentences by a court in Bristol city of United Kingdom in connection of tying rashers of bacon to door handles at a city mosque.
Childhood dream to serve nation in uniform, says 'Lieutenant' Anurag ...
New Delhi, July 29 : Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP from Himachal Pradesh and Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Anurag Thakur was earlier today commissioned into the Territorial Army as a Lieutenant by the Chief of Army Staff General Dalbir S. Suhag.
Mayawati abuse row: Expelled BJP leader Dayashankar arrested from ...
Lucknow, July 29 : In Uttar Pradesh, expelled Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Dayashankar Singh was today arrested from Bihar's Buxar district.
Brexit impact: Lloyds Bank to cut 3,000 jobs, close 200 branches
London, July 29 : The negative impacts of Brexit have already started hitting the British economy as British Lloyds Banking Group on Friday announced, that it is cutting 3,000 jobs and shutting 200 branches, as the lender braces for a cut in interest rates following Britain's exit from European ...
AIFF congratulates Uvena Fernandes
New Delhi, July 29 : All India Football Federation congratulated Uvena Fernandes as she became the first Woman Referee from Indian to get selected to officiate in a World Cup.
Former BJP leader Daya Shankar arrested in Bihar
Lucknow, July 29 : Former BJP leader Daya Shankar Singh, wanted in a case with regard to his objectionable comments against BSP chief Mayawati, was on Friday arrested from Buxar district of Bihar.
Environment Minister urges students to help in tiger conservation
New Delhi, July 29 : Union Environment Minister Anil Madhav Dave called on students, whom he described as "tigers", to help in the conservation of the big cats.
Kaala Chashma from Baar Baar Dekho has created a trailblazing record
Mumbai, July 29 : Kaala Chashma from Bollywood movie Baar Baar Dekho was released on Thursday and has already been declared a chartbuster.
John Abraham and Varun Dhawan's Dishoom releases across India
Mumbai, July 29 : John Abraham and Varun Dhawan's movie Dishoom hit the silver screen on Friday.
Wing part found in Tanzania likely to from MH370
Sydney, July 29 : A wing part found in Tanzania is likely to be from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, Australian authorities said on Friday.
Woman killed for 'honour' in Pakistan had bruise mark on neck
Islamabad, July 29 : A British national of Pakistani-origin who was allegedly killed by her family for "honour" in Punjab province on July 20, had a bruise mark on her neck and blood-stained froth was oozing from her mouth, the autopsy report said.
Hunger not an issue just in developing world
Sydney, July 29 : On a cold and damp morning, Australian Alex Hemmer rose from his home hoping to bring joy and light to another person's life in a world beset by hunger.
CPI corners BJP-PDP, seeks explanation on Mehbooba's 'would have ...
New Delhi, July 29 : Taking on the BJP-PDP coalition government in Jammu and Kashmir, the Communist Party of India (CPI) on Friday sought an explanation from Chief Minster Mehbooba Mufti over her assertion that Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani would have been given a second chance.
Even fever can't stop stars from 'Dishoom'ing today
Mumbai, July 28 : Looks like the promotional events for 'Dishoom' have taken a toll on the actors' health, but that doesn't mean they will stand and stare.
Here`s how deserts upping Indian Monsoon intensity
Washington D.C, Jul 29 (ANI): According to a new research, variations in the ability of sand particles kicked into the atmosphere from deserts in the Middle East to absorb heat can change the intensity of the Indian summer Monsoon.
Matt Damon set to take year-long hiatus from acting
Melbourne, July 29 : Matt Damon is all set to take a year-long break from acting as he wants to spend more family time after "dragging them all over the world" for film shoots.
Syria's al-Nusra announces split from al-Qaeda
New York, July 29 : Abu Mohammad al-Golani, the leader of Syrian jihadist group Jabhat al Nusra, has in a video statement announced the group is severing ties with the al-Qaeda and changing its name to Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham.
Holland to replace injured O'Keefe for second Test against Lanka
Melbourne, July 29 (ANI):Australia have called in left-arm spinner Jon Holland as replacement for injured Steve O'Keefe for the second Test of the three-match series against Sri Lanka, beginning from August 4 at Galle International Stadium.
Bruise mark on neck of British woman dead in Pak: Autopsy report
Gujrat (Pakistan), July 29 : The autopsy report of British national of Pakistani origin Samia Shahid, who was allegedly murdered for 'honour' read, states that there was a bruise mark on the neck and blood-stained froth leaking from her mouth.
SRM University's Next Tech Lab wins Hackathon
Bengaluru, July 29 : Four students from SRM University's Kattankulathur campus have won ITC's major flagship 'iTech 2016' competition, an annual technology innovation and co-creation platform aimed at promoting entrepreneurship. The second in the series by ITC was a 30 hour Hackathon on Augmented ...
Nadal on track for Rio Olympics
Rio de Janeiro, July 29 : Former world No. 1 Rafael Nadal is on track to compete at the Rio Olympics as he continues to recover from a wrist injury, his coach has said.
River Brahmaputra in Assam's Goalpara shows signs of receding
New Delhi, Jul 29 : The Ministry of Water Resources informed that River Brahmaputra at Goalpara in Goalpara District of Assam has receded from High Flood Situation to Moderate Flood Situation at 0800hrs on Friday.
Indian scientists extend shelf-life of litchis
Patna, July 29 : First, Indian scientists successfully introduced the delectably sweet and juicy litchi, till now a summer fruit, to south India, making it available in winter too. Now, another set of scientists have extended the shelf-life of the fruit from a few days to two months.
LS opposition parties stage walkout over attacks on Dalits by cow ...
New Delhi, July 29 : Opposition parties on Friday staged a walkout from the Lok Sabha over incidents of atrocities against Dalits and the recent thrashing of two Muslim women in Madhya Pradesh by cow vigilantes.
Prince's family announce official tribute show
Los Angeles, July 29 : Late pop icon Prince -- who was found dead from an overdose in April at the age of 57 -- will be honoured at the US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis on October 13, his siblings have announced.
In-house analytic tools turning journalists into digital thinkers
Washington, July 29 : An in-house data analytics tool recently employed at The New York Times office is not only pulling in data from multiple sources and presenting it at one place in a simplified manner, it is also helping editors and reporters develop better story ideas.
Deep space radiation put Apollo astronauts at high death risk
Washington, July 29 : Astronauts who were part of the successful Apollo space mission are going through higher rates of cardiovascular problems likely caused by their exposure to deep space radiation, says a researcher from Florida State University.
Megan Fox returning to 'New Girl'
Los Angeles, July 29 : Actress Megan Fox will reprise her role as Reagan in American sitcom television series "New Girl" after signing up to star in eight episodes.
China's two-child policy fosters new growth points
Beijing, July 29 : With the adoption of the two-child policy, China has seen a boom of its "second-child economy", heating up related industries, according to a media report on Friday.