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  • Greek PM appoints Vijay Mallya as his new Finance Minister

    Athens: Amid growing pressure from creditors to accept the terms of the bailout, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipiras sought help from Vijay Mallya to help him with the negotiations. After announcing a referendum, the PM also made an announcement regarding the appointment of Mr. Mallya as the new finance minister. After wrapping-up Kingfisher airline and losing control of other businesses, Mr. Mallya updated his resume on Naukri.com. Kingfisher Airlines saga was the key achievement of Mr. Mallya, according to his resume on the job portal.

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  • Tanuja and Tanishaa clicked!

    The mother-daughter duo were snapped together at the International airport. Credit: Viral Bhayani

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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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  • 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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  • Welcome Back posters

    Check out the character posters from the most awaited sequel of the year, Welcome Back. The film is directed by Anees Bazmee

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  • Ramayana not a work of fiction

    An international team of researchers consisting of geneticists, anthropologists, archaeologists and historians have found that Ramayana, written 10,000 years ago, is a chronicle of events and characters recorded by Sage Valmiki and not a work of fiction. The mystery behind the characters in Ramayana has been solved by a team led by Dr Gyaneshwer Chaubey, ace genetic scientist of the Estonian Biocentre in Estonia.

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  • Fatwas ban outsiders’ entry into Rameswaram villages

    Ramanathapuram district, 527 km south of Chennai, which houses Rameswaram Temple and many holy shrines, is getting out of bound for outsiders. Local Jamaath Councils have issued ‘fatwas’ declaring Muslim-majority villages out of bound for people even from the district itself. Entrances to Athiyuthu, Puthuvalassai, Panaikulam, Azhagankulam and Sitharkottai sport such boards, all put up by the local Jamaath Councils. “There are boards deep inside these villages which declare outsiders are not allowed,” said B Arumugam, who acted as a guide to this correspondent.

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  • Brilliant McCullum sets T20 Blast record

    London: New Zealand captain Brendon McCullums explosive hitting saw him set a new record in the English T20 Blast competition with a blistering 158 not out...

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  • Small is beautiful, say South Koreans making plans to marry

    By Christine Kim SEOUL (Reuters) - The night before their wedding, Kim Kwang-yoon and Cho Jin-oh were up until 2 a.m. with the bride's mother, setting tables. With South Korea's average wedding expenditure last year at nearly $64,000, or about double that of the United States, more citizens are spurning lavish events for smaller functions as the economy slows, the age at marriage rises and parents nearing retirement have less money to splurge. The average expenditure, from a survey by wedding planner Duo, excludes the cost of housing, traditionally provided by parents.

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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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  • 'Am glad my mother is back home': Esha Deol

    Mumbai, July 4 (ANI): Expressing delight over her mother Hema Malini returning home days after the accident in Rajasthan's Dausa district, actress Esha Deol on Saturday said that the best medical team would look after her. "My mother Hema ji is back home and I am glad she is back home.

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  • Woman stripped, filmed in J& K, three arrested - The Times of India

    In a shocking incident, a woman was allegedly stripped and filmed by five persons in the outskirts of Udhampur town in district Udhampur and later the video of the incident was uploaded on the internet. Meanwhile Police have arrested three persons and further investigations are on.

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  • Kesar Malai Kulfi ( Dessert)

    Preparation Time: 5 minsCooking Time: 31 minsMakes 8 kulfis Cold though it is, kulfi has a way of warming your heart, perhaps due to the spicy overtones of saffron and cardamom or the intense richness of freshly condensed milk. Kesar Malai Kulfi is one

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  • Dear Smriti Irani, stop giving my money to IITians

    IITians are the most guilty of this pilferage. While it takes over Rs 3.4 lakh to educate an IITian per year, the student pays only Rs 90,000 per year. If one extrapolates this to all the 39,540 students in the Indian Institute of Technologies, the cost borne by the tax payer on educating IITians extends to 988.5 crore annually. According to budget estimates, Rs 1703.85 crore is to be allocated to the IITs for 2015-'16.

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  • ICC offers Greece €50bn bailout

    This article is a work of fiction With Greece teetering on the brink of bankruptcy, the ICC has announced it will be stumping up the estimated 50 billion euros required to bail out the impoverished nation over the next three years. In a move that has shocked financial analysts and delighted the European Union and the International Monetary Fund, the ICC said the decision was based on its policy of making "sound investments to grow the global game" as well as Chairman N Srinivasan's "deep love of stuffed vine leaves". "Here at the ICC we believe in the notion of democracy," said a spokesman from Dubai.

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  • Look cute with babylights - The Times of India

    A new hair colour trend seen on the likes of Miranda Kerr, Jessica Biel and Mila Kunis is being talked about for its subtle results.

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  • Islamic State video shows mass execution in ruins of Syria's Palmyra | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    The Islamic State group on Saturday released a video showing 25 Syrian government soldiers being executed by teenagers in the ancient amphitheatre in the city of Palmyra. The video documented an execution that reportedly happened shortly after the jihadist group captured the city on May 21. It shows the soldiers in green and brown military uniforms being shot dead on the amphitheatre's stage in front of an enormous version of the group's black and white flag. IS reportedly carried out more than 200 executions, including of civilians, in and around Palmyra in the period when it captured the city.

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  • iPhone 6S Will Keep Worst iPhone 6 Feature

    Hopes are building for the iPhone 6S. Yes, despite the bump last year to 64GB and 128GB iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models and the move from rivals to step up to 32GB as the new entry level, Apple will once again leave the entry level iPhone 6S with just 16GB of storage. Credit for this depressing discovery goes to super sleuths 9to5Mac who attained an iPhone 6S chassis and chipset last week and have been breaking down their findings ever since.

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  • The most expensive ZIP code in the US is no longer in Silicon Valley

    For the past two years, the most expensive ZIP code in the US has been 94027, which belongs to Atherton, California. The Silicon Valley community is home to tech executives like Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen, HP CEO Meg Whitman, and Google chairman Eric Schmidt. According to US Census data, the median household income for the area's residents is just short of a quarter of a million dollars annually — $220,583.

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