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Onion prices on the rise again

After easing for a brief period, onion prices have once against jumped to Rs 37 a kg in the wholesale market. Times of India, 10 hours ago
Supply crunch raises onion prices over Rs 60 Times of India, 10 hours ago
Onion Price Rises Again New Indian Express, 1 day ago
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Manchester City hoping Sterling proves a sound investment

Raheem Sterling of Manchester City celebrates scoring a goal during the International Champions Cup friendly against AS Roma at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Photograph: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images Demonised as a caricature of the highly-paid modern-day footballer whose ego dwarfs his talent, Raheem Sterling will have few fans when the Premier League begins next weekend. Unless, of course, you support Manchester City who made the 20-year-old forward the most expensive English player in history ...
 Rediff.com6 hours ago Kelechi Iheanacho: Watch Nigerian striker score again for Manchester City  Pulse.ng5 hours ago Iheanacho scores again as Stuttgart downs Manchester City  DangoteNews.com1 day ago Iheanacho Scores Again As City Crash, Osaze Strikes  Uncova2 days ago
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Moody's cautions against curbing RBI autonomy on policy rates

Moody's on Wednesday cautioned against tampering with the independence of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in deciding on interest rates saying it would hurt India's economic prospects. Moody's Analytics, an economic research unit of Moody's Corp, also raised a red flag over the Parliament logjam and said it is denting business confidence as key reform bills like land and GST are stuck. A revised draft of the Indian Financial Code calls for creation of an interest rate-setting panel, where ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago Tampering with RBI's autonomy will weigh on India's economic prospects, financial stability: Moody's  DNA4 days ago
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Oops, Sallu did it again

Salman Khan recently got into trouble again when he tweeted against hanging 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts convict Yakub Memon. It resulted in a severe backlash, so much so, that his father Salim Khan had to step in and call him “ignorant”, which finally led to ...
 Deccan chronicle4 days ago It is important to know the truth in the Yakub Memon case  Rediff.com5 days ago Yakub Memon, convicted for 1993 Mumbai serial blasts, hanged in Nagpur Jail  Asian Age4 days ago
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India 'A' batsmen falter again after conceding big lead

India A's Cheteshwar Pujara is run out during an unofficial Test against Australia A. Photograph: BCCI With their backs to the wall after conceding a big first innings lead, the top-order faltered again as India ‘A’ scored 267 for 6 against Australia ‘A’ by the end of third day's play in the second unofficial 'Test', in Chennai, on Friday. Having conceded a 214-run lead, India’s top-order failed to convert starts into big scores. Opener Abhinav Mukund (59), ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago India A batsmen falter again on Day 3 against Australia A  IndiaTV News9 hours ago Once again it is proved  CAclubindia6 hours ago India A batsmen falter again  Afternoon Despatch & Courier2 days ago
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Govt files FIR against legal liquor vendor, slaps fine on 30 suppliers

The Delhi government has filed an FIR against a legal vend and slapped penalties on 30 liquor suppliers over alleged wrongdoings - a move seen as an attempt to discipline vend owners and increasing excise collection. At another errant liquor vend in east ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago

NDMC fights a losing battle against stray dogs

The NDMCis flooded with complaints of dog menace in its jurisdiction with officials running out of options on how to curb it. Officials at the NDMCVeterinary Institute, Moti Bagh are seeing a rise in complaints — mostly from the VVIP areas. The highest ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago
Hindustan Times

Kohli gets his batting practice, but Australia A sniff win

India As toporder faltered again to reach 267 for six at the end of third days play against Australia A in the second unofficial Test on Friday Opener Abhinav Mukund 59 Shreyas Iyer 49 and Virat Kohli 45 were a few notable performers in the second innings of ...
 Hindustan Times3 days ago
Jagran Post

Singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya tweets against Yakub Memons lawyer Prashant Bhushan

Singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya, who was one of the most successful singers in the 90s, has often been in news for his sharp comments on twitter. His recent tweets got him in news again when he posted "Prashant bhushan ko fata hua sasta joota marunga (mine is ...
 Bollywood Hungama3 days ago After Salman 'dog remark' singer Abhijeet posts abusive tweet against Prashant Bhushan  One India3 days ago Abhijeet does it again: Singer posts abusive tweet against Prashant Bhushan for defending Yakub  One India3 days ago Singer Abhijeet once again mire's controversy; posts abusive tweets for Prashant Bhushan over Memon's hanging  Jagran Post3 days ago
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India A erase deficit but stare at defeat against Australia A

For the second time in their second and final four-day game, the Indian batsmen got off to starts but were unable to capitalise as Australia A picked up six wickets to reduce them to 267 for 6 at stumps on the third day at MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on ...
 MSN India3 days ago Australia A bowl out India A for 135  Mathrubhumi5 days ago
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