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Agriculture minister mocked for 'urinating in public'

Agriculture minister mocked for 'urinating in public'

A picture of Union minister Radha Mohan Singh urinating in the open has gone viral, with people trolling him on social media and raising questions over the government's Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. In the picture, Singh is seen urinating against the wall of a building as his security officers stand guard. A vehicle with red beacon is also seen in the TV footage aired by some news channels. The picture has gone viral on social media and has drawn sharp criticism for ..., 10 minutes ago
Union minister caught urinating in the open, 9 hours ago

Ganguly to attend MCC World Cricket Committee Meeting

Former India captain Sourav Ganguly will head to London to attend Marylebone Cricket Club's World Cricket committee meeting at Lord's in London on July 3 and 4.Inclusion of cricket in the 2024 Olympics, Australian players pay dispute and the concept of four-day Test will be discussed among other things in the two-day meeting.International Cricket Council's chief executive Dave Richardson has already said that the 'time is right' for Twenty20 cricket's bid for the Olympics."We need to make a ...
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CBI announces Rs 10L reward for info on missing JNU student

The Central Bureau of Investigation today announced a reward of Rs 10 lakh for anyone giving whereabouts of Jawaharlal Nehru University student Najeeb Ahmed, who is missing for over eight months now.People willing to share any information on the whereabouts of Najeeb can contact the CBI investigators on011-24368641, 24368638, 24368634 and 9650394796, the agency sources said.The CBI, which is probing the mysterious disappearance of Najeeb, had recently visited the Mahi-Mandvi hostel in JNU from ...
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Dream is to play 2019 World Cup alongside Hardik: Krunal Pandya

'There can't be a closer buddy than your own brother.' IMAGE: Hardik Pandya, left, celebrates with his brother Krunal after winning a match for Mumbai Indians during IPL-10. Photograph: BCCI Krunal Pandya has just inched a bit closer towards his dream with a maiden India 'A' call-up but for him the ultimate goal is to play the 2019 50-overs World Cup in England alongside younger brother Hardik. "The aim is not just to represent India for a couple of matches here and there but to play for as ...
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'PM's speech should be matched by action'

'The PM should have spoken out much earlier and I would urge him to act, since speaking is not enough.''What we are demanding is action.' 'Immediate orders have to be issued by state governments to officials that such incidents should not happen.' Killing people in the name of gau bhakti not acceptable: Modi IMAGE: The #NotInMyName campaign in Mumbai, June 28, 2017, saw a healthy turnout of concerned citizens. Photograph: PTI Photo On Thursday, June 29, while marking the centenary of Mahatma ...
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Israel PM Netanyahu may visit India by year-end: official

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is likely to pay a reciprocal visit to India by the year-end, a senior external affairs ministry official said today.Netanyahu's India visit will follow Prime Minister Narendra Modi's three-day tour of the Jewish state from July 4.Modi's visit will be the first by an Indian premier to Israel."We are hoping that we will see the Israeli prime minister in India by end of the year," Amar Sinha, secretary (economic affairs), said.Israeli Prime Minister Ariel ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago Israel to roll out red carpet for Modi  Rediff.com3 hours ago PM visit to sow seeds of change in Israel agri ties  Rediff.com4 hours ago Killing people in the name of gau bhakti not acceptable: PM  Rediff.com8 hours ago

IndiGo interested in buying out Air India's flight operations

Low-cost carrier IndiGo has written to the ministry of civil aviation expressing an interest in buying out Air India's flight operations. IndiGo president Aditya Ghosh wrote a letter to Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju soon after a cabinet decision on Wednesday giving an in-principle approval for the consideration of Air India's disinvestment. "IndiGo has written a letter with an unsolicited expression of interest (EOI) in the divestment procedure of Air India," Civil Aviation ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago IndiGo expresses interest in buying stake in Air India  Rediff.com7 hours ago

Indian Army should learn from 'historical lessons': China

China on Thursday asked India to withdraw its troops from the Donglong area in Sikkim sector as a precondition for a 'meaningful dialogue' to settle the boundary issue, warning that the Indian Army should learn 'historical lessons', in an oblique reference to the 1962 war. In an unprecedented action, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang displayed a photograph of Indian 'incursion' into Donglong area and said the dispute which is becoming a confrontation of sorts between the troops on the ...
 Rediff.com2 hours ago Chinese army tells Gen Rawat to stop clamouring for war  Rediff.com4 hours ago Army Chief Bipin Rawat to visit Sikkim amid standoff with China  Rediff.com12 hours ago

Why I-League clubs agreed to concurrent running of two leagues

IMAGE: Aizawl FC celebrate winning the I-League title. Photograph: AIFF Media The All India Football Federation on Thursday said the I-League clubs have agreed to the concurrent running of two leagues this season, a development which will set to rest the uncertainty prevalent in the domestic circuit at least for this year. The development came after Asian Football Confederation gave official recognition to the cash-rich Indian Super League on Wednesday by granting the next ISL champion an AFC ...
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Ministry rejects conflict of interest charge against Sushil

'All these national observers have been performing their duties as per the guidelines and role assigned to them by the Ministry.' Rejecting allegations of conflict of interest against Sushil Kumar, the Sports Ministry on Thursday defended the star grappler's appointment as a national observer for wrestling.A week after the suspended Narsingh Yadav wrote to the Ministry, alleging conflict of interest, Sports Minister Vijay Goel termed as 'baseless', the apprehensions raised by the grappler, who ...
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