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Have nothing to hide over Kashmir: PM Modi
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Have nothing to hide over Kashmir: PM Modi

Under opposition attack over the unrest in the Kashmir Valley, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said his government has nothing to hide and would take everybody into confidence while dealing with it. He made these remarks at a meeting of the National Democratic Alliance constituents which was preceded by a meet of the Bharatiya Janata Party's Parliamentary Executive where he said the government will talk to all parties on the goods and service tax bill and seek to build a consensus ... Rediff.com, 6 days ago

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Serena avenges Australian Open loss to Kerber and equals Graf's win record

IMAGE: Serena Williams celebrates winning her Wimbledon women's singles final against Germany's Angelique Kerber on Saturday. Photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters It was third time lucky for American Serena Williams as she finally matched Steffi Graf's professional era record of 22 grand slam singles titles by beating Angelique Kerber to claim a seventh Wimbledon crown on Saturday. Top seed Williams was forced to play some of her best tennis by resolute Kerber in an engrossing Centre Court duel ...
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EC ready to hold national, state polls simultaneously: Zaidi

The Election Commission is prepared to simultaneously hold general and state assembly polls provided there is a consensus among all political parties and constitutional amendments to this effect, Chief Election Commissioner Nasim Zaidi has said. "As a commission, this is our recommendation to the Law Ministry that elections in the country can be held together for both state assemblies as well as Lok Sabha," Zaidi said. "To conduct these elections simultaneously we would need certain ...
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ICC approves rule change to DRS

IMAGE: Morne Morkel of South Africa and his team-mates wait for a DRS challenge decision (Picture for representational purpose only). Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images. The International Cricket Council has approved change in rules in the LBW decisions of the umpires concerning the controversial Decision Review System, which is expected to benefit the bowlers, while deferring plans for a radical shake-up of international cricket, including on the proposed creation of two divisions in ...
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I-League exit: Salgaocar, Sporting Clube's demands before AIFF

Salgaocar and Sporting Clube de Goa, who have pulled out of the I-League in protest against All India Football Federation's re-structuring proposals, have put up three demands before the AIFF if they have to reconsider their decision of withdrawal. The three demands were presented in a meeting held in Panaji that was attended by the owners of the clubs and the AIFF General Secretary Kushal Das, I-League CEO Sunando Dhar and IMG-Reliance's Chirag Tanna. The two clubs owners Shivanand ...
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Celebs mourn Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin's death

The latest Hollywood updates. IMAGE: Pascal Le Segretain / Getty Images JJ Abrams, Jodie Foster, Kat Dennings, Zachary Quinto, Karl Urban, Guillermo del Toro and Tom Hiddleston mourned the loss of actor Anton Yelchin, who died in a freak car accident on June 19. His body was found pinned between his car and a gate at his home in Studio City, California. The 27-year-old Russian-born actor stars in the upcoming Star Trek Beyond, which is set to ...
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'I feel proud that my dad's last rites were done by my sister'

We'd asked you, dear readers, to tell us about your father's best advice to you. "My father was very proud of his three daughters and liked bragging about all our little achievements. "One of the things he often told while dropping us to the school bus was show the world you are better than sons. "I feel proud that his last rites were done by my sister and we did not rely on any 'male' relative. " Suchandra Deb Roy (extreme right, below, with her parents and two sisters) writes ...
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HC on Udta Punjab: Censors need not to be overly critical

Justices S C Dharmadhikari and Shalini Phansalkar-Joshi said it will pass orders in the case on June 13 after it concluded hearing arguments on the petition filed by Phantom Films, producer of Udta Punjab, against an order of the revising committee of the Central Board of Film Certification that suggested changes in the film. In sharp observations, the Bombay high court on Friday asked the Censor Board not be overly-critical so that creative people can grow in the film industry ...
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Govt can't interfere in certification process: I&B officials

With the row over film Udta Punjab escalating, Information and Broadcasting ministry officials today asserted that the certification process is independent and even court verdicts have made it clear that the government does not have much role in it. Their reaction came after co-producer Anurag Kashyap yesterday lashed out at Censor Board chief Pahlaj Nihalani over the proposed cuts in the film, calling him "oligarch" and "dictator", and dragged in I&B ...
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Authorities find 'slaughterhouse' in Thai tiger temple

Thailand authorities on Tuesday barred people from entering the now infamous Tiger Temple, where carcasses of several tiger cubs and hundreds of other tiger parts were recently unearthed, saying the facility was built illegally. Watcharin Wakamanon, Kanchanapuri district’s chief land reform officer, put up a sign in front of the temple which said the sprawling plot belonged to the Land Reform Office and was meant for use by poor farmers. Meanwhile, park officials, troops and police ...
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