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India vs Australia: Hardik Pandya’s game was suited for Australian conditions, his absence will hurt India, says Mike Hussey

Mike Hussey, who has a fair idea about the current crop of India players, feels that all-rounder Hardik Pandya's absence will "hurt" the visitors in the upcoming Test series against Australia.

Sports News

West Bengal: To woo farmers, Mamata Banerjee govt to disburse Rs 7,000 crore loans at reduced rate

To woo the farmers in West Bengal ahead of next year's Lok Sabha elections, the Mamata Banerjee government has decided to disburse farm loans worth around Rs 7,000 crore at a low interest rate of 2 per cent, state minister Ar

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India’s coal output rises 10.4% to 370 MT in April-October

India's coal production rose from 565.77 MT in 2013-14 to 676.48 MT in 2017-18, an increase of 110.71 MT. Between 2009-10 and 2013-14, there was an increase of 33.73 MT in coal output.

Industry News

Signature Bridge: Delhi government to develop safe selfie points

In his note to the additional chief secretary (PWD), tourism secretary and DTTDC's managing director, Sisodia said a parking facility and a children's park will also be developed near the bridge.

India News

India, China should boost military exchanges, says Chinese defence minister Gen Wei Fenghe

Defence Secretary Sanjay Mitra, who headed the Indian delegation at the ninth India-China Annual Defence and Security Dialogue here on November 13, called on Wei on Thursday.

Defence News

Sabarimala temple: Kerala High Court rejects anticipatory bail plea of activist Rehana Fathima

The activist was booked by the police in Pathanamthitta on the basis of a complaint filed by Radhakrishna Menon alleging some of her Facebook posts hurt religious sentiments.

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Sri Lankan Parliament disrupted again, adjourned until Monday amid political crisis

The brawl occurred a day after the Speaker announced there is no prime minister or government following a no-confidence motion against Rajapaksa.

World News

More stubble burning this year compared to last year, says EPCA chairperson Bhure Lal

Lal said it had been seen that the younger generation was ready to look for alternatives, but the older generation still wanted to stick with stubble burning.

India News

Team India departs for Australia

Eyeing a maiden Test series win Down Under, the Indian cricket team left for Australia Friday for a gruelling tour, which will see them play four matches in whites, three ODIs and as many T20 Internationals.

Sports News

Mukesh Ambani’s RIL beats TCS to become most-valued company once again!

On August 31, this year, TCS had regained its status as the country's most valued firm by market valuation surpassing RIL.

Five of top-10 companies add Rs 26,157 cr in m-cap, RIL, TCS News

Andhra Pradesh government withdraws general consent to CBI to exercise authority in state

The Chandrababu Naidu government in Andhra Pradesh has withdrawn the 'general consent' accorded to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to exercise its authority in the state.

India News

NDA destroying key institutions, TMC to save country, says Mamata Banerjee

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Friday slammed the BJP-led NDA government at the Centre for allegedly destroying key Indian institutions such as the CBI and the RBI.

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CBI vs CBI: SC says CVC report on CBI chief Alok Verma very uncomplimentary in part, gives him till Monday to respond

The CVC's "exhaustive" preliminary report on allegations against CBI Director Alok Verma concludes that some findings are "complimentary" and some "very uncomplimentary", needing further investigation by the panel, the Suprem

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PM Narendra Modi dares Congress to make an “outsider” party president

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday dared the Congress to make someone outside the Gandhi family the party president for at least five years.

Elections News

Cyclone Gaja: Home Minister Rajnath Singh assures Tamil Nadu government of central assistance

Home Minister Rajnath Singh also directed Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba to monitor the situation in Tamil Nadu and provide all help to the state administration.

India News

Narendra Modi-Xi Jinping summit in Wuhan removed several misconceptions between India and China, says Indian envoy

The Wuhan summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping has removed several "misconceptions" between the two countries which would enable them to work together on many issues like globalisation,

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India hands over e-rickshaws to Senegal, to boost clean energy ties

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj Friday handed over two e-rickshaws to the Ambassador of Senegal here in a gesture symbolising the partnership between the two countries in the clean energy sector.

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Fortune Business Person of the Year: Adobe के सीईओ शांतनु नारायण 12वें नंबर पर, जानिए और कौन-कौन हैं शामिल

Fortune Business Person of the Year लिस्ट में बीमा कंपनी प्रोग्रेसिव की सीईओ ट्रिसिया ग्रिफिथ शीर्ष पर हैं.

Fortune Business Person of the Year, Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen, Fortune 2018 Business Person of the Year list, Progressive Tricia Griffith, Nvidia, Jensen Huang, Kering CEO Franois-Henri Pinault, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, PayPal CEO Dan Schulman News

Indian universities not fully preparing students for modern workplace, claims UK study

Indian universities are ceding ground to global competitors in preparing students for the modern workplace, according to new data analysis released on Thursday from the ‘Global University Employability Ranking'.

Education News

Rajasthan Assembly elections: 20 of 25 sitting MLAs in Congress’s first list of candidates

After several rounds of marathon meetings, the Congress, which seeks to defeat the BJP in the December 7 assembly election in Rajasthan, announced the names of its candidates in 152 out of 200 seats.

Elections News

Five kindergarten school teachers die of gas leak in China

At least five kindergarten school teachers were killed in a gas leak accident in China's Jiangxi province on Friday, according to a media report.

World News

US Senator seeks political asylum for Asia Bibi

A top Republican Senator has urged US President Donald Trump to grant asylum and refugee status to Pakistani national Asia Bibi, a Christian woman recently freed from prison after her blasphemy conviction was overturned.

World News

Maharashtra: Winter session from November 19, drought, Maratha quota to dominate

The State Backward Class Commission report on Maratha reservations and the drought in 151 talukas are expected to dominate the two-week long winter session of the Maharashtra Legislature set to begin Monday.

India News

Lost Disney cartoon with Mickey Mouse’s predecessor found in Japan after 70 years

Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks created Oswald the Lucky Rabbit in 1927, and it was Disney Studios' first character to have its own show.

Entertainment News

Javed Miandad advises cricketers to avoid voicing opinions on political issues

Pakistan's former captain Javed Miandad has advised his fellow cricketers to avoid voicing opinions on political and other sensitive issues to avoid controversies.

Sports News

Jammu and Kashmir: Militants kill civilian in Pulwama

Nadeem Manzoor, a resident of Safanagri area Shopian district of south Kashmir, was abducted on Thursday night, a police official said.

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