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Keen contests in first round matches in National Badminton

Chandigarh, Apr 7: Arun Kumar, Arshalan Naqvi and Akash Kumar recorded hard-fought victories in their respective men's singles first round match in the 80th Senior National Badminton Championships at the Panjab University Gymnasium here today. Arun ... Newshence.com, 3 weeks ago
The Hindu

Glitter of silver in tinsel town

Kavya Madhavan on completing 25 years in Mollywood and her new release Akashvani, which reaches theatres tomorrow I am surprised, that's her first reaction when we ask Kavya Madhavan about completing 25 years in Malayalam film industry. You ...
 The Hindu2 months ago

Should we value courtesy?

These days, the most valued things are not courtesy, respect, integrity and definitely not morals and ethics, but those that come with price tags. Today, people assess everything by how it will benefit them. Society has turned into self-absorbent ...
 The Statesman1 week ago

Friends Club drub Friends Union by 8 wickets

Kanpur: Friends Club drubbed Friends Union Club by 8 wickets and sailed into the semifinals of first late B D Shukla memorial T--20 cricket match at Palika turf wicket here on Monday. Friends Union, deciding to bat first, scored 121 in 18.4 overs.
 Times of India1 week ago

CM, BJP chief visit Mhow to inspect preparations

ter Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Madhya Pradesh Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president and MP Nandkumar Singh Chouhan on Wednesday inspected the ongoing preparations for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's scheduled visit at Bhatkhedi in Mhow. Prime ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago
United News of India

Mah Legislative Council adjourned 6 times over use of unparliamentary language by Min

Those enjoying Sarada chit fund money should stay in Jail : PM Those enjoying Sarada chit fund money should stay in Jail : PM Agitating teachers continue to boycott evaluation of plus two examination papers in Odisha Whistleblower Ashok Khemka ...
 United News of India3 weeks ago

J&K Police bags overall wrestling trophy

JAMMU, Mar 30: Jammu and Kashmir Police bagged overall trophy securing highest 29 points in the 8th J&K State Wrestling Championship which was organised by J&K Indian Style Wrestling Association and sponsored by J&K State Sports Council, at Dewan ...
 Kashmir Times4 weeks ago

UP's bloody Holi: At least 18 dead in accidents, 2 killed in clashes

At least 20 people were killed during revelry, as cops failed to avert firing, group clashes and drunken driving on Wednesday. Nearly 16 people were killed in road accidents while two youths drowned in a canal in Gosaiganj. Two people died in ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
Mumbai Mirror

Mumbai track horror: 17 killed in a single day

By Kamal Mishra, Iram Siddique and Gagandeep Dhillon 'Who is responsible,' ask families as city witnesses highest number of rail deaths in a single day in recent years. Seventeen people were killed on Mumbai's train networks on Tuesday, the ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago

Police too lenient when it comes to their own?

Yesterday's shooting of a cable company employee by an irate policeman is stoking fears that a culture of impunity is taking hold in the police force. In 2015, complaints against policemen averaged 21 per day. Criminologists point out that cops ...
 South Asia Monitor1 month ago
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