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Nitish chief guest at BSP rebel's rally in Lucknow today

Bihar Chief Minister and JD-U president Nitish Kumar will be the chief guest at BSP rebel RK Chaudhary's rally in Lucknow today, fanning speculations of a tie-up between his party and the latter's Bahujan Samaj Swabhiman Sangharsh Samiti for the 2017 Uttar Pradesh assembly elections.Chaudhary, a Dalit leader and once a close confidant of BSP supremo Mayawati, quit the BSP on June 30 accusing Mayawati of"auctioning" tickets for the upcoming elections, a charge levelled by three other party ... Rediff.com, 4 minutes ago
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More embarrassment: Shot putter Inderjeet fails dope test

Just a few days after wrestler Narsing Yadav was caught for doping, another Rio Olympics qualified athlete Inderjeet Singh, a shot putter, has failed a dope test as his 'A' sample returned positive for a banned substance.28-year-old Inderjeet, the reigning Asian Champion, tested positive for a banned steroid and he has been informed by National Anti-Doping Agency. His out-of-competition test was done on June 22, sources told PTI.The NADA has asked the Haryana athlete, who had won a silver in ...
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Assam submerged: 12.5 lakh face floods across 18 districts

Flood situation in Assam remains critical with the Brahmaputra river overflowing in several districts, submerging houses and agricultural fields of around 12.5 lakh people and inundating Kaziranga National Park, authorities said on Monday. Assam State Disaster Management Authority on Monday said the deluge has taken away chunks of main roads in Morigaon, Jorhat and Dibrugarh districts, snapping road communications and breached river embankments in Kokrajhar, Jorhat, Bongaigaon, Dibrugarh and ...
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Japan: Knife attack at care facility leaves 19 dead, 25 hurt

At least 19 people have been killed and 26 others injured in a knife attack at a care facility in Japan. Nine women and 10 men were among those killed at the Tsukui Yamayuri En (Tsukui Lily Garden) care facility in Sagamihara, south of Tokyo, by Satoshi Uematsu, a former employee of the care facility. Shortly after executing the worst mass killing in Japan since the end of World War Two, the 26-year-old surrendered to the police saying, "I did it". He also reportedly told the police about ...
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'Bureaucratic process for selecting RBI governor is wrong'

'Reserve Bank is an autonomous institution and, as governor, I am supposed to make judgments on issues in the domain of the central bank.' 'The governor of the Reserve Bank is more than a regulator.' 'The government has turned to a path of fiscal consolidation.' A candid account of a five-year stint as Reserve Bank of India governor by Duvvuri Subbarao, below, left, could not have come at a more opportune time, as the Narendra Modi government has to shortly take a decision on appointing ...
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Phelps, the greatest Olympian? No, says historian

‘Oerter never won the US Olympic trials. Yet he won each gold with an Olympic record and a personal best’ IMAGE: Michael Phelps smiles after swimming. Photograph: Chris Coduto/Getty Images. An Olympic historian disagrees with a widely held consensus that American swimmer Michael Phelps is the greatest ever Olympian. Phelps holds the record for career gold medals at 18, followed by Soviet gymnasts Larisa Latynina (nine) and Nikolai Andrianov (seven). But as Bill Mallon points out, ...
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Why PSU stocks could be the next hunting ground

Some of the prominent PSUs in the index are Bharat Petroleum, Bharat Electronics, Bharat Heavy Electricals, Power Grid, Coal India, Engineers India, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation, GAIL, Indian Oil and NTPC. Government-owned companies have their issues but stocks of public sector undertakings are likely to be the next hunting ground for bulls and bargain hunters on Dalal Street. The National Stock Exchange's index of these entities, the Nifty PSE, is trading at nearly half the valuation of ...
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5 harmful office habits you must give up right away

Needless gossip and taking undue credit for someone's else's hard work is not going to help your career in any way. Bad habits are always hard to give up. But when they start posing a problem to those around you, it's a sign that you need to do something about them. An office is meant to be a cooperative space where employees work together to achieve their goals. Anything that is detrimental to this process needs to be identified and overcome no matter how hard. However, many people aren't ...
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REWIND: India in the last 24 hours

Here's a recap of moments captured in India in the past 24 hours. A section of lawyers across Tamil Nadu protest in front of Madras high court demanding withdrawal of new disciplinary rules, claiming them to be ‘draconian’ even as police brought the court premises under a tight security blanket. Photograph: PTI Photo Members of the Bishnoi community protest against the Rajasthan high court’s decision to acquit Salman Khan in two cases related to poaching of Chinkaras ...
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Sanders gets booed after endorsing Hillary

Ahead of the commencement of the 2016 Democratic National Convention, Bernie Sanders held court in Philadelphia before a large group of supporters in an appearance that showed the party still has a steep hill to climb in uniting. Bernie Sanders urged reluctant supporters to vote for his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in order to bar Donald Trump's path to the White House, slamming the Republican as a "demagogue." IMAGE: Bernie Sanders made a last-ditch effort Monday to quell anger among ...
 Rediff.com4 hours ago Bernie Sanders aims to cool tensions in Philadelphia  Rediff.com4 hours ago Bernie Sanders says elect Hillary, gets booed  Rediff.com7 hours ago In Name of Democracy, Progressives Urge DNC to Ditch Superdelegates  Common Dreams1 week ago
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