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Infosys posts robust net, revenue growth in Q3

Sequentially too, net profit grew 10.6 percent to Rs 4,466 crore in Q3 from Rs 4,036 crore a quarter ago.

AAP activists protest power tariff hike in Punjab

The AAP activists were protesting against the Congress government's recent decision to hike electricity rates by 2.14 percent.

Diplomats’ delegation concludes Jammu and Kashmir visit

The delegation also went to the Jagti Migrant Township for the Kashmiri Pandits, 20 km from Jammu, to meet members of the community.

Kohli becomes quickest to reach 11,000 I’ntl runs as captain

Kohli needed just one run to reach the milestone and the batting ace took a single off Lakshan Sandakan to get there. He became the sixth international skipper to reach the mark and the second Indian after Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

Time to break conventional educational mould: Venkaiah Naidu

According to him, encouragement should be given to science students to pursue social sciences and also promote understanding of scientific breakthroughs in social studies majors.

Hrithik’s mom shares actor’s surgery pics on his 46th birthday

She also shared several unseen pictures of Hrithik's surgery, which was conducted in 2013 to remove a blood clot.

Odisha acts against 6 officials for inefficiency, corruption

Two assistant engineers, Narayan Tiadi and Gyanendra Patel have been given compulsory retirement from government service, said government sources.

Zomato raises $150mn from Ant Financial at $3bn valuation

With this, CEO Deepinder Goyal-led company has received $840 million funding to date.

Japan urges Interpol to help arrest Ghosn’s wife

The Tokyo prosecutor's office, investigating alleged financial irregularities committed by Ghosn in Japan, earlier this week obtained an arrest warrant against Carole, 53, for perjury and has asked the intergovernmental organization to collaborate in the case, Efe news reported citing Japanese broadcaster NHK as saying.

Kerala braces for Maradu flats demolition

A mock drill was carried out to ensure the safety of citizens.

Thousands gather for Tiranga rally in Hyderabad

Led by All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) president and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi, the rally began from the historic Mir Alam Eidgah.

SP workers to watch ‘Chhapak’, Congress puts up posters supporting film

The move is aimed at expressing support to Deepika Padukone, who has been in the eye of a storm after she visited the protesting students at the Jawaharlal Nehru University on Tuesday and came on the target of right-wing activists.

3 Indian cities named world’s fastest growing cities list

Malappuram, Kozhikode and Kollam were the only three cities to make it to the top 10 of the world's fastest-growing cities.

French unions protest against Macron’s pension reform

The participants in the demonstrations on Thursday were teachers and students, lawyers, refinery and railroad workers, all of whom joined together in the strike to express their anger and to demand the total withdrawal of the bill, reports Efe news.

Spirituality classes for medical students in UP

According to sources, the state-run medical colleges have decided to run spirituality and morality classes for the medical students.

Rain brings relief from South Australia bushfires

Firefighters were continuing to battle out of control bushfires on Kangaroo Island off the coast of SA, leading to authorities to issue two emergency warnings after the blazed were exacerbated by catastrophic conditions, reports Xinhua news agency.

Delhi Cong to crowd-source ideas for manifesto

Former Union Minister and senior party leader Shashi Tharoor will launch the campaign along with Delhi unit chief Subhash Chopra.

Atletico Madrid upset Barca to enter Super Cup final

The 60,000 people in the stands at King Abdullah Sports City stadium in Jeddah on Thursday evening were treated to an exciting clash that saw the lead change hands three times, Lionel Messi in top form and a great performance by Atleti goalkeeper Jan Oblak reports Efe news.

Pakistan not to take part in anyone else’s war, says Imran

"Pakistan will not become a part of any war because we had committed mistakes in the past by taking part in the wars of others," Dawn news quoted Khan as saying at an event on Thursday.

AMU students continue protests despite warning

The student leaders claimed they had measured the distance at which they have set up their protest site, and it was more than the distance suggested by the high court.

Kamal Nath launches frontal attack on Modi on CAA, NRC

Addressing party workers during a Sewa Dal training camp here, he questioned the BJP for teaching nationalism to Congress and others.

House of Representatives passes non-binding war powers resolution

In a 224-194 vote, the Democratic majority in the House approved a motion designed to demonstrate lawmakers' unease with the fact that the Trump administration did not notify them prior to the operation on Jan.

Scrap anti-constitutional CAA, says Amartya Sen

"Under this Act, whether citizenship will be given or not will be decided after ascertaining the religion of a person. This definitely is not in tune with the Constitution," said Sen, who won the Nobel prize in Economics in 1998.