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  • Bangladesh face toughest test at end of long season

    Contests between South Africa and Bangladesh in any format - save their World Cup meeting in 2007 - have not been much of a contest, but the home team's improvement will ensure the visitors are anything but complacent. Bangladesh have had few breaks while playing four series and a World Cupin the last 12 months, and these two Twenty20 internationals, three ODIs and two Tests against South Africa will end their 2014-15 and 2015 seasons, which merged into one vast period. South Africa, on the other hand, are touring Bangladesh for their first international assignment since losing the World Cup semi-final to New Zealand in March.

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  • Hemas driver released within hours of arrest

    ACTOR- MP Hema Malinis driver was released on bail within hours of his arrest on Friday morning on charges of negligent driving leading to the death of a two- and- a- half year old girl and the injury of the actor, along with four others in Dausa on Thursday night. The 35- year- old driver, Mahesh Thakur, was produced before Dausas additional chief judicial magistrate Pallavi Sharma, who released him on bail in the afternoon, inspector Dilip Singh of Kotwali police station told M AIL T ODAY . " Thakur was booked under various sections of the Indian Penal code including Section 279 ( rash driving), 337 ( causing hurt by act endangering life or safety of others), and 304a ( causing death by negligent act not amounting to culpable homicide), Singh,"who is also the investigating officer in the case, added.

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  • Sasural Simar Ka Fame Dipika Samson Drops Her Ex Husband’s Surname

    Sasural Simar Ka’s one of the main lead actors Dipika Samson is very much in news lately. The actress who is a household name in the Indian television industry will soon be seen in dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa season 8. Dipika Samson is now Dipika Kakar.

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  • Latest Updates On Hema Malini’s Car Accident, One Died And Four Injured

    Bollywood’s veteran actor turned politician Hema Malini met with a car accident on Thursday night in Dausa, Rajasthan, where her car Mercedes Benz rammed an Alto car in which four injured and one 5-year-old girl died on the spot. Hema Malini who was severely bleeding was rushed to Fortis Hospital in Jaipur. Hema Malini who received a stitch on her head last night has gone under surgery and has got nasal fracture and Para nasal assimilation.

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  • UGC Releases List of Fake Universities in India

    The University Grants Commission has released a State-wise list of universities that it termed as fake. In the notice it stated that, “students and public at la...

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  • Sachin Tandulkar & Shikhar Dhawan join PM Modi's #SelfieWithDaughter - The Economic Times

    NEW DELHI: Narendra Modi's appeal to parents to post snapshots on social media with their daughters to tackle India's skewed sex ratio has gone viral with sporting stars and business leaders among those taking up the initiative. #SelfieWithDaughter was trending in India after the Internet-savvy prime minister launched the campaign on Sunday during his monthly radio address to promote gender equality in the deeply patriarchal country. "I urge all of you, share a #SelfieWithDaughter," Modi posted on Twitter after the show, giving credit to the head of a village in Haryana, the state with the lowest ratio of female to male births, for the idea. Government ministers, business leaders including industrialist Naveen Jindal have posted pictures along with sporting stars such as cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar smiling with his daughter Sara.

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  • Comedy Nights with Kapil: It’s no laughing matter

    Kapil Sharma of “Comedy Nights” fame has excellent comic timing but his show is not always funny. If we are to go by TRP ratings, it would seem that the nation has not laughed as hard as it has in the last two years, since “Comedy Nights with Kapil” — India’s highest-rated non-fiction television show, hosted by Kapil Sharma, India’s “funniest man” — first aired. This language, which has captured the imagination of everyone, ordinary television audiences and celebrities alike, is precisely what is problematic: it is a language so regressive that it reflects and perpetuates all kinds of discriminations, from caste and class to sex and race. Mr. Sharma’s rise in just a couple of years has been nothing but stratospheric: from a mere television face, he has become one of the two or three most admired personalities as well as top marketable commodities in India.

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  • Meri Aashiqui Tumse Hi: Ishani To Fake Memory Loss!

    Serial Meri Aashiqui Tumse Hi has had loads of twists and turns lately, the characters of the serial are always entangled in a tough situation. Ritika as we all know is the one who tried to kill Ishani, but to her shock Ishani is alive and very well knows Ritika’s bad instincts. The always in trouble Ishani has now decided to take revenge from Ritika.

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  • Honeymoon is over for Greek couple who went penniless in NYC

    Newlyweds Valasia Limnioti and Konstantinos Patronis' long-planned "dream trip" to the U.S. ended in New York City, where their three-week honeymoon quickly turned into a nightmare: Their Greek-issued credit and debit cards were suddenly declined and they were left penniless. The couple skipped a few meals before spending their last dollars on dinner at McDonald's. Strangers from two Greek Orthodox churches in the city's Queens borough came to the rescue, giving them survival cash until their flight home to Greece on Friday. In Greece, they generally pay in cash, which is preferred by businesses, but they were told to have cards for the U.S.

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  • China's "shadow lenders" line pockets even as bourses bomb

    SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) - China's vast network of "grey market" lenders have reaped big profits from lending money to individuals and companies to buy stocks, but as markets slump their customers face heavy losses after borrowing up to 10 times their starting capital. Global investors are increasingly worried about the scale of leverage in China's stock market, fearing the impact of a crash on the ordinary retail investors who dominate it could destabilize the world's second biggest economy just as growth is slowing. The risks have been magnified by the grey or shadow market - a network of state-owned commercial banks, trust companies, fund managers, and loosely regulated grassroots finance firms.

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  • Salman Khan draws Lord Shiva | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    Recently, on the sets of Indian Idol Junior, where he had gone to promote Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Salman was seen sketching on a piece of paper. Says a source, "During the break, while Sonakshi Sinha was touching up her make-up and the others were having refreshements, Salman took a paper that is kept on the table for judges to give marks and started doodling. Within 10 minutes he had drawn the face of Lord Shiva. The Bajrangi Bhaijaan actor will be seen with his little fan Akshat Singh - the boy who apes Salman to the 'T' - in Comedy Nights With Kapil.

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  • India wanted to raid IC-814 in Dubai, Farooq Abdullah opposed swap: ex-RAW chief AS Dulat

    A decade separated the two incidents but both times, A S Dulat, former chief of the Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW), had to face the wrath of then Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah over the release of wanted militants in the Kashmir valley. In his book Kashmir — The Vajpayee Years, published by Harper Collins, Dulat writes that the first incident was in December 1989 when five militants were released in exchange for the release of Mufti Mohammad Sayeed’s daughter Rubaiya who had been abducted and the second was in December 1999 when Masood Azhar, Omar Sheikh and Mushtak Ahmad Zargar were swapped in Kandahar for the passengers of the hijacked Indian Airlines flight IC-814.

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  • New Maruti S-cross feature list revealed

    If you do not receive your confirmation email within the next few minutes, it may be because the email has been captured by a junk mail filter. Please ensure you add the domain @autocarindia.com to your white-listed senders.

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  • Russian supply ship launched to International Space Station

    A Russian booster rocket on Friday successfully launched an unmanned cargo ship to the International Space Station, whose crew is anxiously awaiting it after the successive failures of two previous supply missions. A Soyuz-U rocket blasted off flawlessly from Russia-leased Baikonur launch pad in Kazakhstan, placing the Progress M-28M ship into a designated orbit, safely en route to the station. On Sunday, it's set to dock at the station currently manned by Russians Gennady Padalka and Mikhail Kornienko and NASA's Scott Kelly.

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  • Laser-cuts is the 'It' thing for Bollywood lasses | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    The laser-cut trend has been around since 2012 when Marc Jacobs showcased it in a conceptually playful style. Alexander Wang and Dolce & Gabbana and Burberry played with the laser-cut techniques in their own design vocabulary in the next few seasons. In India, designers like Pankaj and Nidhi, Namrata Joshipura and Sahil Kochhar have been at the forefront of the laser-cut movement. This year at Cannes, Sonam Kapoor's pick of a racy Abu Sandeeo laser-cut blouse was the talk of the chic corridors.

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  • Indian designer gives sarees whole new avatars

    New Delhi, 4 July (ANI): While we never get tired of the traditional way of draping a saree, the ethnic Indian attire has bloomed out to new silhouettes, cuts, and draping styles in recent times. Now, Indian designer Lalit Dalmia has given the most interesting

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  • Islamic State Destroys 2000-Year-Old Lion Statue in Syria's Palmyria

    Islamic State (IS) group jihadists have destroyed a famous statue of a lion outside the museum in the Syrian city of Palmyra, the country's antiquities director said Thursday.

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  • Google's new Android One smartphone launches on July 14 for Rs 12,000 - The Economic Times

    NEW DELHI: Google has gone back to the drawing board for Android One and come up with a version 2.0 as it were. The latest Android One smartphone, made by Indian handset vendor Lava International, will be launched in Delhi on July 14 and will cost about Rs 12,000, roughly twice what the first phones were priced at. The launch is likely to be attended by top Google executives involved with the project. Android One was devised as a set of specifications that allowed companies to build cheap devices that ran smoothly on the operating system and got direct updates from Google.

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  • UPSC civil services results declared; Ira Singhal is topper - The Times of India

    Four top position holders are women: Ira Singhal, Renu Raj, Nidhi Gupta and Vandana Rao.

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