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No Muslim family should engage in birth control, says Turkey's...

No Muslim family should engage in birth control or family planning, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday, calling again on pious Muslims to have more children. "We will multiply our descendants. They talk about population planning, birth control. No Muslim family can have such an approach," he said in a speech in Istanbul broadcast live on television. "Nobody can interfere in God's work. The first duty here belongs to mothers," he said.Women's groups and opposition politicians ..., 13 minutes ago

Up to Indian govt to take action on assurances: African envoys

Envoys of African countries are adopting a "wait and watch" policy regarding India's assurance in ensuring safety of their citizens after they had demanded concrete steps against "racism and Afro-phobia" last week in the wake of killing of a Congolese national.  Dean of African Group Head of Missions and Ambassador of Eritrea Alem Tsehage Woldemariam, who had issued a strongly- worded statement seeking stringent action to guarantee safety of Africans in India, said it was up to the Indian ...
 Rediff.com31 minutes ago Strictest action if attacks on Africans racial: Rijiju  Rediff.com1 hour ago Jaishankar meets African students, assures them of safety and security  Rediff.com2 hours ago Why is Anupam Kher not defending India?  Rediff.com3 hours ago

IPL trophy will be at top along with World Cup wins: Yuvraj

IMAGE: Yuvraj Singh with the IPL trophy. Photograph: Facebook. His wait to lift an IPL crown finally over, Sunrisers Hyderabad batsman Yuvraj Singh said he will place the trophy right on top in his cabinet along with the World Cup victories. The 34-year-old from Punjab, who has been part of two World Cup-winning squads, had to wait for nine years to lay his hands on an IPL trophy and he described it an amazing feeling to finally win the championship. "It is an amazing feeling to win an IPL ...
 Rediff.com43 minutes ago IPL Final: The four major turning points...  Rediff.com5 hours ago 'Bhuvi is in and out of the Indian team, but is a world-class bowler'  Rediff.com8 hours ago 'David Warner is a born winner and that rubs off on others'  Rediff.com9 hours ago

Goa minister says Nigerians a problem, demands strict law to deport them

Amid a string of attacks on Africans in Delhi, Goa Tourism Minister Dilip Parulekar on Monday demanded a strict law to deport Nigerians, claiming that they come in conflict with Indian law so as to extend their stay and indulge in drugs and other crimes. The Bharatiya Janata Party leader's remarks came a day after a 39-year-old local woman was allegedly raped at knifepoint by a Nigerian at Parra village. "The problems of Nigerians are not only in Goa, they are across the entire country.
 Rediff.com1 hour ago Nigerians are a problem across country, in Goa: Minister  Rediff.com1 hour ago

This is what superhot Lisa Haydon loves to do

Everything you say can and will be used against you.' This was Lisa Haydon's Instagram post as she waited to be interviewed for Housefull 3. But the leggy lass needn't have worried. After all, she got along like a house on fire with her female co-stars, Jacqueline Fernandez and Nargis Fakhri. In fact, there was a point when they were asked to shop chitchatting and concentrate on the shoot! With pranksters as her male co-stars (Akshay Kumar, Riteish Deshmukh and Abhishek Bachchan), it was clear ...
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2nd Test, Day 3: Sri Lanka's Angelo Mathews leads from front to frustrate England

New Delhi: England moved towards victory in the second test against Sri Lanka whose batsmen showed sufficient resolve on Sunday to push the game into a fourth day if not affect a result that still seems inevitable. Having been dismissed in the ...
 ZeeNews.com19 hours ago England vs Sri Lanka 2016: Mathews, Silva resistance deny hosts a win on Day 3  Firstpost.com19 hours ago Sri Lanka face a battle after England enforce follow on  NetIndia123.com19 hours ago Silva's fifty leads Sri Lanka resistance  Pakistan Today19 hours ago

Beyond the symbolism, the substance from Pranab's China visit

Amid reports of souring ties, President Pranab Mukherjee visited Beijing for three days last week. On his return to India, hopes of better ties have arisen, says senior correspondent R Rajagopalan, who travelled with the President to the Asian superpower. IMAGE: President Pranab Mukherjee and Chinese President Xi Jinping attend a welcoming ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China. Photograph: Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters President Pranab Mukherjee’s visit to China ...
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Beijing tears into Pentagon over South China Sea issue

Ahead of a high-level Sino-US dialogue, China on Monday accused the Pentagon of clinging to “cold war” mentality and attempting to stage a Hollywood blockbuster by deploying its modern weapons in the South China Sea to “terrify” Beijing. In an angry reaction to US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter’s remarks that “China’s actions could erect a Great Wall of self-isolation” in the South China Sea, Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying ...
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It's Aamir versus SRK in a desi X-Men: At least on our wish-list!

What if we made X-Men here in India? We've already reimagined a desi Avengers and Fantastic Four. How about an X-Men wish list with Indian actors to boot? In the recently released, X-Men: Apocalypse, an ancient eponymous mutant returns from the dead to revamp mankind by wiping off the entire human race even as Professor Xavier and Magneto join hands to fail him in his schemes. Admit it, the idea of Bollywood heroes and heroines as mutants with extraordinary superpowers caught amidst clashing ...
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Rain washes out day's play at French Open, first time in 16 years

IMAGE: A spectator uses an umbrella at the central court as rain falls in Paris. Photograph: Pascal Rossignol Persistent rain showers accompanied by a flood warning washed out the entire day's play at the French Open on Monday for the first time since 2000. Belgian David Goffin and Latvian Ernests Gulbis had been expected to open proceedings on Court Philippe Chatrier but, after they spent almost three hours in the locker room, organisers told soggy and disappointed fans to apply for a refund ...
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