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Daily Archives: 1st September 2018

Fuel Prices hit Fresh Record High

Fuel prices continued to rise on Saturday, with petrol and diesel prices touching a new record high in several metropolitan cities, including Delhi and Mumbai.

Odisha IAS Officers’ Association Condemn mob Attack

Odisha IAS Officers Association on Friday condemned the mob attack on two officers in Maharashtra's Nandurbar in August. The officers also requested Maharashtra government to order an enquiry.

Drug Smugglers Arrested in Jammu, 1.8 kg Heroin Seized

The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI), Ludhiana Zonal Unit, has busted a gang of narcotic drugs' smugglers and seized a consignment of heroin being sneaked into Kashmir.

Jain Monk Tarun Sagar Dies at 51

Jain monk Tarun Sagar passed away on Saturday at Delhi's Radhapuri temple after a prolonged illness.

EU to Recommend Abolishing Daylight Saving Time

The European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Friday said that following a large-scale public survey, the European Union (EU) is planning to propose ending twice-yearly clock changes.

Jinson Johnson, Arpinder Singh Back From Asian Games With Gold

Indian athlete Jinson Johnson, who clinched a gold medal in Men's 1500m athletics event at the 18th edition of the Asian Games, arrived in India on Friday.

Palestine to Send ‘Ghost Hunting’ to Oscars

Palestine has officially chosen documentary film 'Istiyad ashbah' (Ghost Hunting) for submission at the 91st Academy Awards.

Trump Criticises Media After Off-the-record Comment Leaked

The United States president Donald Trump on Friday lashed out at media for "dishonest reporting" after off-the-record comments concerning North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) were leaked.

Nadal Defeats Khachanov, Enters Round of 16 of US Open

After a four hours and 22 minutes long epic clash, World No 1 Rafael Nadal on Friday defeated 22-year-old Karen Khachanov (Russia) to qualify for the round of 16 of the US Open at the Arthur Ashe Stadium here.

Rainfall, Landslides Form 100 Meter Long Lake in Uttarakhand

As a consequence of the continuous rainfall and landslides in various parts of Uttarakhand, a 100 meter long and 50 meter deep lake has been formed near Tehri Garhwal-Dehradun border, forcing the people living in nearby houses to vacate the area, on the instructions of the authorities.

Hollywood Actress Vanessa Marquez Killed by Cops

Hollywood actor Vanessa Marquez was shot and killed by police in Pasadena city.

Anushka Unveils new Poster of ‘Sui Dhaaga’

Bollywood actor Anushka Sharma unveiled a new poster of her upcoming film 'Sui Dhaaga'.

Balochistan’s Resources Belong to Baloch People, Says BNC

"Balochistan's resources belong to Baloch people and Pakistan and China have no right to loot, plunder and exploit the Balochistan's resources against the will and consent of Baloch people", said Dr. Wahid Baloch, the president of Balochistan National Congress (BNC), in a statement.

Indian Woman Dies in Saudi, Family Suspects Foul Play

A 41-year-old woman from Hyderabad, who was trafficked to Saudi Arabia's Riyadh, died under mysterious circumstances.

One More Aasra Shelter Home Inmate Dies in Hospital in Patna

One more girl from the Aasra Shelter Home passed away during treatment at Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) on Friday.

US Decides to end Funding to UN for Palestinian Refugees

The United States (US) has decided to end all the funding for the United Nations (UN) for the Palestinian refugees and called for a reduction in the number of Palestinians considered to be refugees.

Class 6 Student Molested at Private School in Mumbai

Parents protested outside a private school in Mumbai's Charkop area after a class 6 student was allegedly molested by another student in the premises on Thursday.

Here is how Kerala Floods Broke the Religious Barriers

Amidst the devastation due to floods in Kerala, instances of unity have come forward wherein people together are giving their best to help bring life back to normal.

NIA Seizes Rs 48 Lakh in Terror Funding Case in Manipur

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has seized Rs 48 lakh in cash from a woman during an investigation into the activities of proscribed terrorist organisation Kangleipak Communist Party (KCP).

Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation Seizes 17,084 kg Plastic

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has seized 17,084 kg plastic and collected Rs 97,75,000 as fine since the plastic ban was implemented in Maharashtra.

Antigua’s Attorney General to Discuss Choksi’s Extradition With Director of Public Prosecutions

Antigua and Barbuda's Attorney General Steadroy Benjamin has said that he is planning to discuss the possible extradition of fugitive diamantaire and Punjab National Bank (PNB) accused Mehul Choksi with the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Anthony Armstrong.

Abductions In South Kashmir, Chaos And Confusion Among People

all abducted persons were released on Friday after making a video of each of them, who not only warn their parents, relatives but also requested to DGP S P Vaid that do not harass the families of the militants. in the video, militants also warn that this time we are releasing you and if harassment did not stop, our approach would be different.