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Delhi HC allows Greenpeace to use two accounts for domestic donations

Delhi HC allows Greenpeace to use two accounts for domestic do...

In a relief for Greenpeace India, the Delhi high court on Wednesday allowed it to use two of its accounts for the purpose of receiving and utilising fresh domestic donations for its day-to-day functioning, telling the government it cannot choke them of their funds. Justice Rajiv Shakdher also allowed the NGO to liquidate its fixed deposits, saying these and fresh donations be used for its aims and objectives and in accordance with law. The court said the source of the fixed deposits could be ..., 9 minutes ago

Gold extends losses; down Rs 100 on global cues, low demand

Falling for the second day in a row, gold prices today dropped by Rs 100 to over two-week low of Rs 27,350 per ten grams at the bullion market here.       Silver also eased by Rs 50 to Rs 38,800 per kg because of lack of buying support from industrial units.       Traders said weakening global trend where gold slipped to near two-week low as the dollar strengthened amid speculation that the Federal Reserve will raise US interest rates this year, ...
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FIFA calls arrests 'difficult moment' but Blatter to stay

Soccer's governing body FIFA called the arrest of six of its leading figures on bribery charges a "difficult moment" but said president Sepp Blatter would not step down and that the next World Cups would go ahead as planned in Russia and Qatar."It is certainly a difficult moment for us," spokesman Walter De Gregorio said. "It is a hard time for us. But this is good for FIFA. It confirms that we are on the right track. It hurts. It's not easy. But it's the right way to go."De Gregorio added that ...
 Rediff.com14 minutes ago Six officials arrested and detained in Zurich over FIFA graft  Rediff.com3 hours ago Arrested FIFA officials face extradition to United States: NYT  Rediff.com4 hours ago Swiss police arrests Fifa officials in Zurich  Rediff.com4 hours ago

Rijiju on beef row: Can't stop food habits in a secular country

Amidst a row over eating beef, Union Minister Kiren Rijiju said no restrictions can be put on food habits in a secular country like India but the sentiments of the majority should be respected in Hindu-majority as well as Christian and Muslim-majority states. "India is a secular country and food habits cannot be stopped," he said over phone from Aizawl against the backdrop of remarks by his ministerial colleague Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi that those who want to eat beef should go to Pakistan. At ...
 Rediff.com18 minutes ago Rijiju's U-turn on beef ban  Rediff.com1 hour ago I was misquoted, says Rijiju on beef remarks  Rediff.com2 hours ago

India's domestic flow in equity to be $300 bn in 10 years: Morgan

Domestic households are expected to put in a whopping $300 billion (about Rs 19 lakh crore) in equities over the next 10 years, a report by Morgan Stanley has said. "With regulations and demographics now more favorable for investors, investor education having increased, and a less risk averse population, the qualitative environment favours equity investing," the research note by the global brokerage major said. The stage is set for a significant rise in domestic demand for Indian equities, it ...
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WTF has just been added to the dictionary!

Alright then!  WTF is now officially in the Merriam Webster, which has updated its dictionary to include words such as clickbait and emoji.WTF, in case, you've been tucked away under a rock, stands for "What The F**k" and is "used especially to express or describe outraged surprise, recklessness, confusion, or bemusement," says the dictionary. WTF is now joined by emoji, net neutrality, clickbait, click fraud, photobomb and other words. Merriam-Webster's unabridged dictionary has included ...
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Has Ronaldo found new love in this Italian super model?

Alessia Tedeschi is apparently Cristiano Ronaldo's new love interest. Photograph: Stefania D'Alessandro/Getty Images Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly found new love in Alessia Tedeschi, after former girlfriend Irina Shayk dumped him ending their five year relationship. The 30-year-old player is said to be seeking solace in the arms of 24-year-old Italian model, and it is believed that the Roman actress also spent a night with her new boyfriend, reported Earlier this month, the ...
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Won't tolerate anyone raising Pak flags in India: Rajnath

Closed markets and empty roads greeted Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh who came to Jammu to address a rally as part of the ongoing 'Jan Kalyan Parv', as the city is observing a day-long bandh to protest against the shifting of proposed AIIMS from Jammu to Kashmir.This is what the union minister said: -- We are ready to talk to everyone. Democracy is all about communication but we won't tolerate anybody raising pro-Pakslogans on Indian territory.-- If Pakistan wants its own welfare, then it ...
 Rediff.com2 hours ago Won't tolerate raising Pak flag on Indian soil: Rajnath  Rediff.com30 minutes ago

De Villiers gets paternity leave, while four uncapped players called-up

Opener Reeza Hendricks, wicketkeeper Dane Vilas, spinner Aaron Phangiso and fast bowler Kagiso Rabada, who have all previously represented the country in the limited overs formats, picked for Bangladesh Tests AB de Villiers has been granted paternity leave and will miss the two-Test series in Bangladesh, Cricket South Africa (CSA) said on Wednesday. The Proteas named four uncapped players in their Test squad for the matches in July and August. Opener Reeza Hendricks, wicketkeeper Dane Vilas, ...
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Iran launches anti-Isis cartoon competition

In a bid to showcase the dangers the ISIS represents, Iran launched an anti-Isis cartoon competition, inviting submissions from around the world. The cartoonists were told to focus and mock the militant group and the atrocities it has committed. The winner be announced on May 31.At least 280 works had been selected from 800 submissions, and entries came from over 40 countries. Foreign cartoonists attending the contest were travelling under pseudonyms due to security concerns.The Tehran ...
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