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Chidambaram wonders if Modi govt `deserves` RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan

Former finance minister P Chidambaram Saturday wondered whether the Modi government "deserves" Raghuram Rajan, describing him as "one of the most outstanding economists in the world", amid an..
Zee News

Joshna Chinappa falters at final hurdle in HKFC squash tourney

India's leading women's squash player Joshna Chinappa's hopes of securing a 12th PSA title were crushed after losing a pulsating finale to top seed Joelle King in the HKFC International here on

Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib unhappy with IPL performance

Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan is unhappy with his performance in the Indian Premier League for the Kolkata Knight Riders.

Lankan PM leaves for South Korea to attend Rotary Convention

Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe on Saturday left for South Korea to participate in the annual convention of Rotary Foundation.

Nepal, India discuss energy bank

Nepal and India have discussed setting up an energy bank to address power shortages in times of crisis.

Western governments seek details from Pakistan of links with Taliban leader Mullah Mansour

The European Union (EU) and Western governments have sought details from Pakistan of its links with the late Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour, who was killed by a drone strike in Balochistan

Brentford's Judge given doping warning

Brentford and Republic of Ireland midfielder Alan Judge is reprimanded after breaching doping regulations.
BBC Sport

Josh Duahmel's says son Axl is quite 'a little dude'

*Washington D.C., May 28(ANI): Seems like Josh Duhamel and Fergie's son Axl Jack Duhamel is really testing their limits.*
ANI News

Chris Brown, Nia Guzman get dirty on Instagram

*Washington D.C., May 28 (ANI): Seems like Chris Brown and Nia Guzman have taken their feud out of the court to social media.*
ANI News

Justin Bieber is not going to be 'Sorry' this soon!

*Washington D.C., May 28(ANI): Seems like Justin Bieber is adamant about not being 'Sorry' for recent accusation that alleges him of stealing the riff for his song.*
ANI News

After promulgation of Constitution, Nepal heading towards prosperity, claims Oli

*Kathmandu, May 28 (ANI): Nepal Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli said that the Constitution promulgated in September last year was the outcome of a long struggle.*
ANI News

Tottenham strike deal to play UCL matches at Wembley next season

tottenham strike deal to play ucl matches at wembley next season
The 2016-17 campaign will be Spurs' last at White Hart Lane.
FOX Sports

Chidambaram says poor state of economy leaving people 'somber and sullen'

*New Delhi, May.28 (ANI): Taking a critical view of the state of the economy under the NDA's two-year rule, former finance minister P. Chidambaram on Monday highlighted a number shortcomings of the..
ANI News

Blast kills one at Bulgaria's biggest military plant

SOFIA (Reuters) - A blast at Bulgaria's biggest weapons maker, Arsenal, in the center of the Balkan country killed one person on Friday night, the interior ministry said on Saturday.

Clyne impressed with Rashford´s ability and temperament

Nathaniel Clyne hailed Marcus Rashford as a “quality young striker” after the teenager scored just three minutes into his England […]

Central Railway sets up alarm system in ladies coaches of local train

Central Railway on Saturday announced that its Carriage Workshop at Matunga had fitted an Emergency Alarm System also known as Panic Button in the ladies compartments of one EMU rake. This will be a..

Rules may spoil BSNL, MTNL’s asset monetization plans: Ravi Shankar Prasad

Even as state-run BSNL and MTNL look at monetizing their realty assets, Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad today said the precondition of using the land for telecom infrastructure at time of..
BGR India

Farooq Abdullah apologises after being rebuked for using phone during National Anthem

The BJP jumped at chance and attacked the NC leader, asking 'if he was talking to separatists to figure out their national anthem.'
India Today

Mehbooba Mufti hints no separate colonies for Kashmiri Pandits in J&K

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday hinted that her government might not create separate colonies or clusters for Kashmiri Pandits as proposed earlier.
Zee News

'Anti-national' slogan raising man still active on campus, claims JNUSU Joint Secretary

Saurabh Sharma says that the university administration has been silently supporting them.

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