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Brexit by October 31, Boris Johnson

London Newly-installed British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday promised to deliver Brexit on October 31, "no ifs or buts", and prove wrong "the doubters, the doomsters, the gloomsters", reported NDTV.Speaking outside his new Downing...

Hima Bags her 5th Gold in Nove Mesto

Nove Mesto: Indian sprinter Hima Das extended her sensational run by claiming her fifth gold of the month as she returned to her pet 400m competition with a season-best time of 52.09s in Nove Mesto,...

Explained: Is faceapp a threat to privacy?

St.Petersburg: One day morning, Facebook was loaded with pictures of youngsters looking old. A twenty-year-old girl became an eighty-year-old grandma! Face app is behind all those fake photos. If you really want to know about...

We are descendants of ‘Rishis’ says BJP MP Satyapal Singh

Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party MP Satyapal Singh on Friday once again questioned Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution, reported PTI. “It is our belief that we are descendants of rishis ,” Singh said in the Lok...

Bomb Blast in Kabul University

Kabul: An explosion on Friday near a gate to the campus of Kabul University in the Afghan capital killed eight people and injured at least 33 as students waited to take an examination, officials said.Afghan...

“Problem of Kashmir will get solved,” says Rajnath Singh

Kathua: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday responded on Kashmir issue."Problem of Kashmir will get solved. No power in the world can stop it. If somebody does not want a solution through talks, then we...

‘Ambili’ ; teaser out!

The teaser of ‘Ambili’, starring Soubin Shahir in the titular role, was released on Friday. The video shows Soubin dancing his heart out to a peppy number, which is composed by Vishnu Vijay and...

Jio to introduce Gigafiber network

Mumbai: After disrupting the Indian mobile telephony market, Reliance Jio is all set to storm the wired broadband market with its commercial launch slated to be announced during Reliance Industries’ (RIL’s) annual general meeting on...

Taslima Nasreen’s residence permit extended

Kolkata: Controversial Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen’s residence permit has been extended for one year by the Union Home Ministry, officials said on July 21.The 56-year-old writer was last week given a three-month residence permit following...

Female suicide bomber exploded; 9 killed

Dera Ismail Khan: A female suicide bomber struck outside a hospital in Pakistan on Sunday as the wounded were being brought in from an earlier shooting against police, in a complex assault claimed by the...

Mamta Banarjee accuses railway services for curtailing trains

Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Sunday claimed rail services were curtailed to stop people from attending her rally, even as the Railways maintained that it was running a number of special trains in...

Aayushmann Khurrana to play the role of homosexual in his next film

Delhi: Aayushmann Khurrana is going to play a homosexual man in the upcoming Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan. The actor said it is important that a film based on gay rights be made in the commercial...

‘Kill the politicians, not the public,’ says Jammu and Kashmir Governor

Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik waded into controversy on Sunday by asking terrorists to target corrupt politicians who have "looted the entire wealth" of the state rather than innocent people and security...

Iran to kill suspected CIA spies

Tehran: Iran has captured 17 spies working for the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and some have been sentenced to death, Iranian media reported on Monday.State television quoted the Intelligence Ministry as saying, “It had...

Darjeeling Himalayan Railways under threat; UNESCO seeks report

Baku: UNESCO has asked the Indian Railways to submit a report by next February on the state of conservation of the Darjeeling Himalayan Railways (DHR) after the UN body found the trains and tracks of...

Modi asked: “Would you like to be a mediator in Kashmir issue?”, Trump...

Washington: United States President Donald Trump on Monday claimed India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked him to mediate in the Kashmir dispute between India and Pakistan.Addressing the media after a meeting with Pakistan Prime Minister...

Gender specific protective gears for women in CRPF

Delhi: In a first, women personnel of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) who faces riotous mobs will soon get a body gear that fits them, The Hindu reported.“Since Independence, the women personnel had to...

Shankaran reacts against atrocities with his poems

Palghat: Shankaran Rash is an Indian English poet, who continuously resist the current socio-political scenario through his poems. In May 2019, Shankaran published his second poetry collection titled The Bullet Train and other loaded poems....

‘Bombay Rose’ selected for the Venice International Film Critics’ week

Delhi: Actor-director Gitanjali Rao’s animation feature 'Bombay Rose' will be the opening film at the 2019 Venice International Film Critics’ Week. The event is a sidebar section of the Venice International Film Festival and is...

Kerala is the first state, having Space tech park

Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala government will set up the country’s first space technology park at Thiruvananthapuram. This project aimed to make the city a manufacturing hub for space-related technology.A space museum named after former President of...

D. Raja becomes the first Dalit General Secretary of CPI

Delhi:D. Raja, Rajya Sabha MP from Tamil Nadu, appointed as the General Secretary of CPI. He becomes the first Dalit to occupy this position in a mainstream Communist party. He was the national secretary...

Women lawyers who fought for legalising homosexuality reveals their special interest

It is not nice to be a ‘criminal’ who has to go back to court as a lawyer to argue other cases, says Guruswamy

Heavy rainfall; Red Alert declared in Kerala

Thiruvananthapuram: Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) issued red warning to various districts until Monday due to heavy rains, which has lashed Kerala for the past three days as the southwest monsoon gained momentum, will persist in...

Meghalaya Flood; Three died

Shillong: Meghalaya’s South West Garo Hills is on the edge as floods continue to inundate low lying areas, leaving three people dead, India Today reported.Sources said the death toll came after a teenager drowned in...

Sheila Dikshit passed away

Delhi: The experienced Indian politician Sheila Dikshit (81), New Delhi’s longest-serving chief minister, died on Saturday after a prolonged illness.Dikshit died at a hospital in New Delhi, where she had been admitted for treatment for...

Fahad’s Trance will release in December

Kochi:Anwar Rasheed returns to director's chair after a span of 7 years with Trance. The film features Fahadh Faasil in the lead role and is currently in the post-production stage.Alphonse Puthren will be seen...

Karnataka Crisis; Supreme Court will interfere

Tomorrow the Supreme Court will pass an order on the resignation of rebel MLAs from Karnataka. “I will decide on the disqualification and resignation of 15 rebel MLAs of the ruling coalition by Wednesday,...

Twitter will come up with advanced features

San Francisco: Most popular social media platform Twitter is going to change its outlook. Twitter is a Micro-blogging site teasing its 321 million global users with an upcoming app redesign aimed at helping users see...

Statement on Rafale Deal Verdict; BJP Accuses Rahul of Contempt of Court

New Delhi:After getting backlash in the Rafale deal from the Supreme Court, BJP is attacking Congress president Rahul Gandhi over a comment he made last day. As the SC has decided to reject the...