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Modi talks to new British PM; seeks 'stronger, closer' ties
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Modi talks to new British PM; seeks 'stronger, closer' ties

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has spoken to Britain’s new Prime Minister Theresa May congratulating her on her assumption of office and discussed with her ‘stronger and closer’ bilateral ties, including in trade and defence. During the telephonic conversation on Tuesday, Modi also appreciated the United Kingdom’s consistent support to India in various global fora, the ministry of external affairs spokesperson said on Wednesday. Thanking Prime Minister Modi, May said she ... Rediff.com, 7 hours ago

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FA Cup to allow fourth substitute in extra-time

IMAGE: Manchester United’s Sergio Aguero misses as Leicester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel attempts to block during an English  Premier League match. Photograph: Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images Teams progressing to the latter stages of the FA Cup next season will be allowed to field a fourth substitute in extra time, the English Football Association (FA) announced on Wednesday. The International Football Association Board (IFAB), the game's law-making body, is carrying out a ...
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Madras HC under security blanket as lawyers hold 'siege' stir

Sections of lawyers from across Tamil Nadu are holding a ‘siege’ protest in front of the Madras high court on Monday demanding withdrawal of new disciplinary rules, claiming them to be “draconian,” even as police brought the court premises under a tight security blanket. The advocates belonging to various lawyers’ associations are seeking withdrawal of the amended rules under the Advocates Act, that empower judges to act against errant lawyers. They also ...
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Why Australians are staying away from Olympics Village

Accommodation was "not safe or ready" for next month's games ‘Blocked toilets, leaking pipes and exposed wiring’ IMAGE. General view of athletes' accommodation can be seen during a guided tour for journalists to the 2016 Rio Olympics Village in Rio de Janeiro. Photograph: Ricardo Moraes/Reuters. The Australian Olympic team refused to move in to Rio de Janeiro's village for athletes on Sunday, saying the accommodation was "not safe or ready" for next month's games." Due to a ...
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'What we leave behind of ourselves through work is most important'

‘It saddens me that the youth are getting interested in money, not cultural values’ IMAGE: File Photo of Renowned artist S H Raza during the launch of new line of jewellery depicting his work. Photograph: PTI Legendary modern Indian artist SH Raza passed away on Saturday, 23 July. He was 94. In an interview to HarmonyIndia.org, the artist, who had famously said that he lived to paint and painted to live, spoke of what the ‘bindu’ meant to him, about his friend ...
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Review: Watching Kabali is an experience

Watching a Rajnikanth film in Mumbai's Aurora Theatre can only be compared to watching a Salman Khan film in Bandra’s Gaiety-Galaxy, but multiplied 100 times over, feels Saisuresh Sivaswamy. Aurora Talkies in Mumbai has a special place in the hearts of the city’s Tamil population. Not because of its cheap tickets or the cheaper canteen fare (for the price of one ticket at PVR a small family can catch a film here and maybe eat something, too), but because it is the only cinema ...
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The big loopholes in India's smart cities plan

India’s cities are bursting at the seams because poor people are migrating to them in search of work and finding a place to live only in slums, old and new, says Subir Roy.  IMAGE: The ratio of people living in slum-like conditions is steadily rising. Photograph: Reuters     What is the progress made by the Smart Cities project at the end of the first year of its five-year life? Are the right priorities driving the 100-odd cities chosen by the Centre for the purpose? ...
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Qandeel Baloch case: Brother held for Pakistan celebrity's murder

A day after Pakistan’s social media star Qandeel Baloch was choked to death in Multan city, her brother Muhammad Waseem who confessed to killing her in the name of ‘honour’ killing has been arrested in Dera Ghazi Khan. In a press conference, Khan admitted that he had drugged and strangled his sister as she had brought ‘dishonour to the Baloch name’ due to risqué videos and statements that she posted on social media, the Dawn reported. Revealing how he killed ...
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Violence continues to sweep the Valley: Latest updates

Violence continues to scorch south Kashmir following the killing of ‘poster-boy’ militant Burhan Wani with the death toll going up to 34. On Tuesday, Jammu-Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti finally broke her silence and spoke up about the violence asking people to keep calm and try to maintain peace in the Valley. Here are the latest updates.   1. The death toll has gone up to 34 with one more youth being killed on Tuesday. Authorities confirmed death of ...
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New Alto 800 is old wine in a new bottle

If you like simplicity are don’t want to experiment, then the Alto 800 is the right car for you. But if you want a car with bold, striking design and plenty of features, you may want to check out the competition as well Alto 800 has enjoyed its dominance in the entry-level hatchback segment for a significant amount of time and it still continues to do so. Now, Maruti has decided to give this champion a facelift. But are these mid-life tweaks good enough for it to sustain its dominance ...
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