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38 killed from alcohol poisoning in Ukraine
Kiev, Oct 1 : At least 38 people were killed after they consumed a batch of spurious alcohol circulating across Ukraine, the State Service for Food Safety and Consumer Protection said on Friday.

Kidman opens up about her marriage to Cruise
Los Angeles, Oct 1 : Actress Nicole Kidman has opened up about her marriage to actor Tom Cruise more than two decades ago at the age of 23.

Special grade structurals from SAIL's Bhilai Steel Plant to give ...
Mumbai, Sept 30 : SAIL on Friday said it's Bhilai Steel Plant has once again stood up to meet the defence requirements of the nation by accepting and accomplishing the challenge of development and supply of special grade structural steel channels for construction of Bailey Bridges for movement of ...

FC Goa unveils 24 man squad for third season of the Indian Super ...
Panaji, Sept 30 : FC Goa unveiled its 24 man squad at the training facility in Nagoa to a rousing welcome from fans and well wishers ahead of the first match of the Hero Indian Super League 2016.

IvyCamp, Zhucloud partner to promote investment from Chinese ...
Beijing/Mumbai, Sept 30 : IvyCamp an initiative of IvyCap Ventures and Zhucloud, an initiative of Incapital have announced their partnership to provide Chinese investors access to Indian startups.

WHO calls for immediate safe evacuation of the sick and wounded from ...
Geneva, Sept 30 : WHO is calling on belligerents in Syria to allow for the immediate and safe evacuation of the sick and wounded from all areas affected by the conflict, including eastern Aleppo.

Pakistani actors are not terrorists: Salman Khan
Mumbai, Sept 30 : Amid criticisms and possible ban on Pakistani actors following the Uri attacks this month, Bollywood superstar Salman Khan seems to have come out in support of them and said the actors from the neighbouring country are not terrorists.

Patients of rare diseases hold silent march
New Delhi, Sep 30 : Patients suffering from Lysosomal Storage Disorders, or rare genetic diseases, organised a silent protest march to seek that the government frame a policy on the issue and allocate funds for their costly treatment, a release said.

Karnataka all-party meeting to decide on water release
Bengaluru, Sep 30 : Faced with an ultimatum, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has convened an all-party meeting on Saturday to decide on the Supreme Court's Friday order to release 6,000 cusecs of Cauvery river water to Tamil Nadu daily for six days from October 1, an official said.

South Korea supports India's stance against terror
Seoul, Sep 30 : South Korea on Friday supported India's stance against terrorism emanating from Pakistan as Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan briefed its President Park Geun Hye about the action taken by the Indian army at the terror camps across the Line of Control (LoC).

Dhoni applauds Sushant's performance
Mumbai, Sep 30 : "MS Dhoni: The Untold Story", which has hit the screens on Friday, has garnered positive reviews from critics and viewers, while Dhoni himself is stunned the way Sushsnt Singh Rajput has pulled of the role.

Two stolen Van Goghs recovered from Camorra drug trafficking ...
Naples, Sep 30 : Anti-mafia police in southern Italy on Friday recovered two Vincent Van Gogh paintings stolen from a museum in Amsterdam in 2002 in a heist which the US Federal Bureau of Investigation ranked among the world's top ten art crimes.

European Higher Education Fair in Delhi witnesses world rank ...
New Delhi [India], Sept. 30 : Around 125 exhibitors including world rank universities, embassies and higher educational institutions from 26 European Union Member States attended the two day European Higher Education Fair being organised here by the European Union Delegation to India with nearly ...

US University fair to commence in Delhi on Sunday
New Delhi [India], Sept. 30 : The United States-India Educational Foundation (USIEF), in partnership with the American Council, is organising a U.S. University fair on Sunday at the Lalit Hotel in the National Capital, in which representatives from 33 different U.S. varsities are participating to ...

Punjab orders alternate arrangements for border area students
Chandigarh, Sep 30 : With schools in Punjab's border belt being shut indefinitely due to escalation of tension between India and Pakistan, state Education Minister Daljit Singh Cheema on Friday issued instructions to provide alternate education arrangements for students of border districts ...

Pujara, Rahane shine but Kiwis have upper hand on Day One
Kolkata, Sep 30 : Late wickets gave New Zealand the upper hand after Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane rescued India from the initial jitters on a dramatic opening day of the second cricket Test match here on Friday.

Nissan wants compensation deal before Britain exits EU
London, Sep 30 : Japanese car giant Nissan has threatened to scrap a potential new investment in Britains biggest car plant, unless the British government pledges to reimburse firms for the hit they could take from the country's exit from the European Union, a media report said.

Shun defiance, release 6,000 cusecs daily for six days, SC tells ...
New Delhi, Sep 30 : Telling Karnataka to give up its stance of continued defiance, the Supreme Court on Friday ordered the state to release 6,000 cusecs of Cauvery river water every day to Tamil Nadu for six days, from October 1.

Pakistan stands by Nawaz after UNGA speech: Hafiz Saeed
Lahore, Sep 30 : Lashkar-e-Taiba founder and chief of Jammat-ud-Dawa Hafiz Saeed on Friday said that the entire country was standing by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif after he highlighted the freedom struggle of Kashmiri people at the UN General Assembly.

Modest raise in rice subsidy from October, says Paswan
New Delhi, Sep 30 : The central subsidy on rice for Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) has been raised to Rs 25.17 per kg from Rs 24.50 for the 2016-17 marketing year starting next month, the government said on Friday.

Shimla pact was a mistake: Shahbaz Sharif
Lahore, Sep 30 : Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Friday termed the Shimla Agreement signed by India and Pakistan after the 1971 war as a "big mistake" as it hurt the Kashmiri "freedom struggle".

Pakistan Foreign Office briefs P5 envoys over LoC, Kashmir issue
Islamabad, Sep 30 : Pakistan on Friday briefed envoys from the P5 states of the UN Security Council on the situation along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir.

Abducted traders untraced, one escape in Meghalaya
Shillong, Sep 30 : One of the nine traders from Assam abducted by militants in Meghalaya, escaped from the militant's captivity, the police said on Friday.

4,000 underprivileged children throng Eden on first day of Test
Kolkata, Sep 30 : Around 4,000 underprivileged children from the city and suburbs lit up L block of the otherwise vacant Eden Gardens for the first day of India's second Test against New Zealand here on Friday.

Three booked for fraudulent shopping worth over Rs 57 lakh
Gurgaon, Sep 30 : Three men from Delhi have been booked on charge of fraudulently obtaining credit cards and a cheque book and misusing them to make purchases worth over Rs 57 lakh, police said on Friday.

Prime accused in Park street rape case arrested
Kolkata, Sep 30 : Four years after the crime, the prime accused in the Park Street rape case was arrested by a special team of Kolkata Police from Uttar Pradesh's Ghaziabad on Friday, following months of surveillance.

Kotak Mahindra Bank acquires BSS Microfinance
Mumbai, Sept 30 : Kotak Mahindra Bank Limited (Kotak), on Friday announced that it has executed binding share purchase agreement to acquire 99.49% of equity shares of BSS Microfinance Private Limited (BSS), a Non-Banking Finance Company, classified as a NBFC-MFI, from existing shareholders subject ...

France launches new anti-IS operation in Iraq
Paris, Sep 30 : France on Friday launched a new operation against the Islamic State militant group in Iraq from its largest warship Charles de Gaulle in order to intensify strikes and retake Mosul, the group's stronghold.

Junior engineer booked in Rs 64 lakh fraud
Gurgaon, Sep 30 : A junior engineer was booked in connection with a fraud in the Haryana discom department involving over Rs 64 lakh, police said on Friday.

Telecom operators tell watchdog Jio violating tariff norms
New Delhi, Sep 30 : Against the backdrop of Reliance Jio demanding additional intercommention points from incumbent operators, Airtel, Vodafone, Idea and Telenor told the regulator on Friday that it was the new entrant that was violating the tariff norms.

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