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Heavy rains lash Mumbai; schools, colleges to be shut today
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Heavy rains lash Mumbai; schools, colleges to be shut today

Heavy rains coupled with thunder and lightning lashed the metropolis on Tuesday, slowing down movement of vehicular traffic and suburban trains, and bringing back memories of torrential downpour late last month when the financial capital came to a standstill. IMAGE: Vehicles wade through a flooded road after heavy rains in Vashi, Navi Mumbai. Photograph: PTI Photo As the visibility dropped below 550 metres due to the downpour, runway operations at the Mumbai airport were suspended ... Rediff.com, 4 days ago

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It's 'election bullet train', says Cong; Sena calls it 'unnecessary'

As Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched his ambitious bullet train project on Thursday, insisting it would bring 'convenience and safety, employment and speed', he was bombarded with criticism byfriends and foes alike. The main Opposition Congress called the Ahmedabad-Mumbai high-speed train an 'election bullet train' project launched with an eye on the upcoming Gujarat assembly polls, while Bharatiya Janata Party's ally Shiv Sena said it might be a dream project ...
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Watch! Richa Chadda almost tripped on the runway

Afsar Dayatar/Rediff.com brings you glimpses from the Joya Fashion Show, which was held in Mumbai. All photographs: Kind courtesy Joya Fashion Show/Facebook Walusha De Souza, Richa Chadda, Iulia Vantur, Urvashi Rautela and Sophie Choudry walked the ramp at Joya Fashion Show in Mumbai.  While Walusha looked stunning in an off-shoulder white and gold lehenga, Iulia made a glamorous entry in maroon separates. Urvashi painted the runway red in a sexy number and Sophie kept ...
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Trump: Qatar crisis will be solved 'fairly easily'

United States President Donald Trump has offered to mediate the crisis between Qatar and its Arab neighbours, saying their dispute could be solved 'fairly easily'. Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt have accused Qatar of having ties with fundamentalist Islamist groups. In June, they announced they had cut diplomatic and economic ties with Qatar. Qatar denies the accusations while Kuwait has emerged as a key mediator in the crisis.
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After reshuffle, new ministers get down to work

A day after being sworn-in, the new ministers took charge of their portfolios. Here’s a look at the various new ministers on their first day at work.  >> Alphons Kannanthanam IMAGE: The Minister of State for Culture and Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Dr Mahesh Sharma greeting the new Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Tourism, Alphons Kannanthanam, in New Delhi. All photographs: Press Information Bureau India’s new Tourism Minister ...
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Setback for ISRO: Launch of navigation satellite unsuccessful

The setback is considered a rare failure in India’s space mission involving the PSLV, which has had a time-tested record of 39 consecutive successful launches.  IMAGE: ISRO's navigation satellite IRNSS-1H being launched from Sriharikota. Photograph: R Senthil Kumar/PTI Photo In a setback, India’s mission to launch its eighth navigation satellite where the private sector was involved for the first time in the assembly of its spacecraft failed on Thursday ...
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From schools to grocery items: Inside Gurmeet Ram Rahim's empire

From schools to shampoos and hair-oil to hospitals, Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, the flamboyant self-styled guru convicted of rape by a court on Friday, runs an empire that would be the envy of any business tycoon. His Dera Sacha Sauda, a quasi-religious cult with hundreds of thousands of followers, offers a wide variety of products and educational and health services, its website states.   Often called the guru of bling -- a reference to his fondness for colourful robes and glares that ...
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Centre says SC verdict reflects its stand on right to privacy

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday blamed the previous United Progressive Alliance government for bringing the biometric ID card programme Aadhaar without a law or safeguards, because of which individual privacy being a Fundamental Right had to be settled by the Supreme Court. The Bharatiya Janata Party-led National Democratic Alliance government, he said, while framing the law for use of the biometric identifier, ensured all safeguards and that 'privacy as ...
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Verdict on Dera chief: Haryana on alert, stadium made 'temporary jail'

Haryana has been put on alert ahead of Friday's court verdict in a sexual exploitation case against Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh with the state government on Wednesday saying it is not averse to seeking Army's help to maintain law and order. The Centre has also assured all possible help to the Punjab and Haryana governments to deal with any situation. "We are in regular touch with the governments of Punjab and Haryana. Whatever help is required, ...
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Trump sends clear warning to Pak; seeks India's help in Afghanistan

'We can no longer be silent about Pakistan's safe havens for terrorist organisations, the Taliban, and other groups that pose a threat to the region and beyond.''Islamabad receives billions in aid from the US but continues to harbour terrorists,' Trump said. IMAGE: US President Donald Trump announces his strategy for the war in Afghanistan during an address from Fort Myer, Virginia, on Tuesday. Photographs: Joshua Roberts/Reuters United States President Donald Trump on Tuesday ruled ...
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