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Women's IPL soon, says Mithali Raj


Mumbai: It wasn't much of a possibility a couple of years back but India captain Mithali Raj on Wednesday said a women's Indian Premier League is closer to reality after her team's brilliant World Cup campaign. Asked if she expects a wome

Shiv Sena leader 'killed' 17 innocent people.. arrested for building crash


Mumbai: Shiv Sena leader Sunil Shitap was arrested here on Wednesday and charged with culpable homicide not amounting to murder in connection with Tuesday's building crash which claimed 17 lives, an official said on Wednesday. Shitap, who

China warns India, don't let in Dalai Lama


Beijing: China on Wednesday again urged other countries not to host the Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama. "We urge countries concerned to respect China's core interests and make the right decisions," Xinhua news agency q

Centre okays Rs 200 crore for Assam's flood-hit highways


New Delhi: Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari on Wednesday announced grant of Rs 200 crore as first instalment for immediate repair of National Highways damaged due to heavy rains in Assam. Gadkari said that, if needed, furthe

China insults Doval, says no talks unless India withdraws troops


Beijing: On the eve of Indian NSA Ajit Doval's China visit to attend the BRICS security summit, Beijing on Wednesday made clear that India's pullback from Doklam on the border remained the "precondition" for any dialogue on the

Right to privacy fundamental right, but a qualified one: Centre to SC


New Delhi: The Centre on Wednesday told the Supreme Court that the right to privacy was a fundamental right but not all its facets will be covered under it. Attorney General K.K. Venugopal told a nine-judge constitution bench headed by Chief

CRPF killed 75 militants, nabbed over 250 in J&K this year


New Delhi: The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has killed 75 militants, including top commanders of the Lashkar, Hizb and Jaish outfits, and apprehended 252 others in Jammu and Kashmir this year, a top official said on Wednesday. CRPF Dir

No proof missing Indians in Iraq are dead: Sushma


New Delhi: There is no evidence of the 39 missing Indians in Iraq being dead or alive but search for them will continue till there is concrete evidence about their fate, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said in Parliament on Wednesday.

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Women's IPL soon, says Mithali Raj
Mumbai: It wasn't much of a possibility a couple of years back but India captain Mithali Raj on Wednesday said a women's Indian Premier Lea...

Rs 2000 notes are going? RBI stops printing new notes
New Delhi: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) stopped printing 2,000-rupee notes about five months ago, stepping up instead the production of smaller ...

Yuvraj Singh becomes a BIG BUSINESSMAN
New Delhi: Cricketing icon Yuvraj Singh has invested an undisclosed amount in Delhi-based co-working start-up Gurukul. Singh will also be the bran...

Apple to build 3 'big' manufacturing units in US
San Francisco, July 26: Apple CEO Tim Cook has promised to build three new manufacturing plants in the US, President Donald Trump has said. ...

Auto, taxi fares in Delhi will RISE, CNG price hiked
New Delhi: The price of CNG in Delhi has been hiked by Rs 1.11 per kg and that of piped cooking gas to households by 33 paise per unit (scm) to acc...

Smartphone with in-built True Caller is here, price will shock you
New Delhi: Micromax's sub-brand YU Televentures on Tuesday launched its budget smartphone Yu Yu 'Yu YUNIQUE 2' with Android Nougat. ...

This SUPER POWERFUL smartphone is SELFIE KING, check it out
New Delhi: Chinese smartphone maker Gionee on Tuesday launched the 'A1 Plus' smartphone in India. The device has dual (13MP+5MP) camera sys...

Mark Zuckerberg INSULTED, SpaceX boss Musk doubts his intelligence
San Francisco: In the ongoing spat between two tech honchos, Founder and CEO of SpaceX Elon Musk has hit back at Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, sayi...