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Photos: India vs Australia in semi-final
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Photos: India vs Australia in semi-final

India's bowler Umesh Yadav (C) reacts with Suresh Raina, after team mate Virat Kohli (not pictured) caught out Australia's David Warner, during their Cricket World Cup semi-final match in Sydney, March 26, 2015. REUTERS/Steve Christo ... Reuters India, 20 hours ago

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Woman acts as agent for cops, traps Jaipur casting director

The Kasturba Marg police on Wednesday laid a trap with the help of a young woman and caught a 37-year-old man who was wanted in a case of obscenity and criminal intimidation for almost a year now.
 DNA6 hours ago Men caught on camera stealing elderly woman's wheelchair  New York Post2 days ago

Convict who jumped parole held, retired cop breathes easy

Nearly a month after a life convict jumped parole while visiting his family, the police caught up with him on Wednesday night when he turned up to meet a relative near Koyambedu.
 Times of India7 hours ago

Citizens happy that they will no longer be caught in the ‘Act’

Several Indians heaved a sigh of relief when the Supreme Court struck down the controversial Section 66A of the amended Information and Technology Act, 2000. The Act had mandated that anyone sending ‘grossly offensive or menacing’ messages through a ...
 Times of India9 hours ago Supreme Court upholds right to online free speech  Asian Age2 days ago Apex court strikes down Section 66A of IT Act  Deccan Herald2 days ago

Youth caught giving exam in friend’s name

Lori Kafnuna, 21, hailing from Mizoram, allegedly tried to appear for an examination conducted by Nagpur University in place of his female friend SP Lal Nunthani, 21, also from Mizoram, on Thursday morning.
 Times of India10 hours ago
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World Cup 2015: Anushka Sharma's photo of anxiously watching India vs Australia goes viral!

With much uproar inside stadium over today's India vs Australia match, there's one thing which caught the attention of many - Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma watching it as well!Yup, we caught her in an anxious mode while watching the crucial World Cup 2015 ...
 IndiaTV News18 hours ago Leave strife-torn Yemen, India tells its citizens  INooz1 day ago West Indies have much to lose against UAE: Tauqir  Rediff.com1 week ago In Pictures - Team India's journey  Reuters India20 hours ago
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Moody Don moving towards Bengal

Unpredictable Don, true to character, has caught the elephant migration corridor to Bengal weeks after terrorising residents of Gerua village, some 35km from the steel city. The 50-plus moody tusker left for the neighbouring state on Tuesday evening much to ...
 The Telegraph12 hours ago

Eyeing funds for PSDF to support gas plants: Goyal

CNBC-TV18’s Anshu Sharma caught up with Power and Coal Minister Piyush Goyal at the sidelines of the Growth Net Summit to get a sense of how the mechanism of importing gas for stranded power projects will work.
 Money Control17 hours ago

BWSSB water inspector caught for bribe

A water inspector attached to Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) was caught by Lokayukta police on Wednesday, when he was allegedly taking Rs 5000 as bribe to a new building in HSR Layout of Bengaluru south east.
 Times of India20 hours ago Water inspector in Lokayukta net  Deccan Herald1 day ago
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Delhi street play row: 'Banning things has become popular'

A Delhi University college play on religious intolerance is caught up in a controversy as the ABVP-run students' union runs pillar-to-post to get it banned for reported ‘anti-Hindu’ content. Watch it at least once before forming an opinion -- that's all that play director Guneet Singh has to say. Third-year Political Science student at SGTB Khalsa College, New Delhi, Guneet Singh's 25-minute street play Welcome to the Machine is creating a storm of sorts in Delhi ...
 Rediff.com21 hours ago
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