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18-year-old girl thrown out of rented house at night; police fail to act

18-year-old girl thrown out of rented house at night; police f...

Thodupuzha: An 18-year-old girl, who is a degree student, was forcefully evacuated from her rented house during the night hours. The girl was alone at the house when she was thrown out. Her mother was in a hospital at Ernakulam as her younger brother was ... Mathrubhumi, 12 hours ago

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Ind vs SL: Youngsters fail to fire as Ajinkya Rahane warms bench

This despite the proven fact that Rahane has been India's most consitent batsman on seaming tracks, scoring at an average of 53.44 in 24 away games
 DNA1 day ago Is India right in not including Rahane in ODI team?  Rediff.com1 day ago

Rahul will fail his first test as 'de facto chief' because he and Hardik are cheating hardworking people: BJP

Gujarat BJP chief and himself a Patidar, Jitu Vaghani said today Rahul Gandhi will fail miserably in his first test as the Congress's "de facto chief" because he and Patel quota agitation leader Hardik Patel are "cheating hardworking and decent people".
 DNA2 days ago Rahul will fail miserably in first test as Cong de facto  Business Standard3 days ago Rahul Gandhi will fail miserably in first test as Congress de facto chief: BJP  Zee News3 days ago

Cops fail to trace lone witness in murder case

The court noted the police's submission that the witness was a vagabond and hence summons could not be served upon him
 DNA4 days ago 2 murder accused walk free after cops fail to trace lone eyewitness  Deccan Herald5 days ago 2 murder accused walk free as lone witness not traceable  Business Standard4 days ago
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70 EVMs fail to function in Gujarat

NDTV 5 hours ago Reported by A Vaidyanathan, Edited by Anindita Sanyal Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Ahmedabad: More than 70 Electronic Voting Machines failed to function in Gujarat, where assembly elections are being held for the first phase today.
 MSN India3 days ago

Bihar govt warns striking health workers of termination if they fail to return to work by tomorrow

Bihar govt has given the striking contractual health workers time till Friday evening to return to work or else their services would be terminated. Home Minister Rajnath Singh Highlights 1 These workers are demanding equal pay for equal work and ...
 India Today4 days ago

I still fail, but see myself playing cricket till 2019: Yuvraj Singh

He had recently hit the headlines for skipping Ranji Trophy matches to train at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru. Courtesy: PTI Colombo: Yuvraj Singh has no qualms in conceding that he has been "failing" but the out-of-favour Indian cricketer says he ...
 Zee News1 week ago I do fail, admits Yuvraj but won't give up at least till 2019  Deccan Herald1 week ago Yuvraj Singh admits to 'failing' but won't give up  Rediff.com1 week ago Eternal fighter: Yuvraj Singh admits he's failing, but won't give up till 2019 ICC World Cup  DNA1 week ago

Box Office: Tera Intezaar, Firangi fair badly

The hits and misses of the week. Last week's releases Tera Intezaar and Firangi fail. Vinod Mirani gives us his weekly verdict.   Tera Intezaar Cast: Sunny Leone, Arbaaz Khan, Arya Babbar, Salil Ankola, Sudha Chandran.What works: Huh?!What doesn't: Poor story, poor direction, no continuity, unintentionally funny.Number of weeks: New.Box Office verdict: Flop. The Rediff Review   Firangi Cast: Kapil Sharma, Ishita Dutta, Monica Gill, Inaamulhaq.Director: Rajiev Dhingra.What works: ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago

Ashes, Day 1, 2nd Test: England fail to fire under Adelaide lights

IMAGE: England's Craig Overton reacts after diving to try and reach a catch from Australia's captain Steve Smith during the first day of the second Ashes Test match. Photograph: David Gray/Reuters Debutant Craig Overton made Australia captain Steve Smith his first Test victim but England could not drive home their advantage in the final session and the hosts finished the first day of day-night Ashes cricket on 209 for four on Saturday.   Peter Handscomb, who was 36 not out, and Shaun ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago UPDATE 1-Cricket-England fail to fire under Adelaide lights  Reuters1 week ago UPDATE 3-Cricket-England fail to make inroads under Adelaide lights  Reuters1 week ago UPDATE 1-Cricket-England tail fights after top order fails in Adelaide  Reuters1 week ago
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Modi has failed on foreign diplomacy front: Veerappa Moily

Senior Congress leader and former Karnataka chief minister Veerappa Moily today claimed Prime Minister Narendra Modi has failed on the foreign diplomacy front though he had been touring countries frequently.  Addressing reporters in Mangaluru, he said Modi "is only busy with frequent foreign tours. He cannot stop cross-border terrorism from Pakistan. China is exporting its goods to India, but they do not import from India.Besides, the visa issue with the United states could not be ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Mangaluru: Despite frequent tours abroad, Modi has failed in foreign diplomacy - Moily  Daiji World1 week ago PM Narendra Modi has failed on foreign diplomacy front: Veerappa Moily  Money Control1 week ago
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