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WHO confirms three Zika virus cases in Ahmedabad, 1st in the country
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THE ​World Health Organization ​confirmed the first three cases of Zika virus in India, as having been reported from Ahmedabad, which includes a pregnant lady tested this January. All the cases are from the Bapunagar area of the city. ​Confirming it as positive the website says that the ​​Ministry of Health and Family Welfare-Government of India reported three laboratory-confirmed cases of Zika virus disease in Bapunagar area, Ahmedabad District, Gujarat, State, ... Rediff.com, 17 minutes ago
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British Airways says computer outage causing global delays

Air travellers faced delays today because of a worldwide computer systems failure at British Airways, the airline said.BA apologised in a statement for what it called an "IT systems outage" and said it was working to resolve the problem. It said in a tweet that the problem is global.Passengers at Heathrow Airport reported long lines at check-in and flight delays. One posted a picture on Twitter of BA staff writing gate numbers on a white board."We've tried all of the self-check-in machines.
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Nitish meets PM after skipping Sonia's lunch

A day after he skipped a luncheon meeting of opposition parties, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi amid the buzz about growing bonhomie between the two. The Janata Dal-United president was, however, dismissive of any such suggestion and told reporters after the meeting that “too much was being read into” the meeting which, he insisted, was a usual interaction between the prime minister and a chief minister. “I did not meet him ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago After skipping Sonia Gandhi's lunch, Nitish Kumar arrives for PM's invite  Rediff.com6 hours ago Nitish downplays speculation about skipping Sonia luncheon  Rediff.com23 hours ago
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Meet the most popular driver in F1

IMAGE: Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and Mercedes GP talks to the media. Photograph: Clive Mason/Getty Images. Formula One is feeling a fresh wave of optimism under its new owners, while Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso are the two most popular drivers, according to an extensive fan survey released on Friday. The Motorsport Network's Global Fan Survey, carried out in 15 languages and with feedback from 194 countries, found fans liked the sport's new direction. The data was gathered since ...
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Trump to make his final decision on Paris Accord 'next week'

United States President Trump declined to embrace the Paris climate accords on Saturday, seeking more time to decide whether the United States would pull out of the 195-nation agreement, even as the six other G-7 nations were prepared to reaffirm their commitment to cutting planet-warming pollution.In a tweet, he wrote, "I will make my final decision on the Paris Accord next week!Three days of contentious private debate and intense lobbying by the other six leaders for the annual G-7 summit ...
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Kashmir boils over AGAIN after Bhat's encounter

A civilian was killed and at least 30 people were on Saturday injured in violent clashes between protesters and security forces in the Kashmir Valley following the killing of two Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists, including top commander Sabzar Bhat, in an encounter in Pulwama district. A shutdown was observed in most parts of the Valley as violence erupted at more than 50 places in the wake of killing of Bhat, a police official said. Sabzar Ahmad Bhat, who succeeded Burhan Wani, was killed ...
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Punjab minister's cook brews controversy, acquires Rs 26 crore mining deal

Punjab minister Rana Gurjit Singh has been accused by opposition parties of acquiring sand and gravel mines through benaami transactions in the name of his company’s cook and staff, a charge denied by him. The Aam Aadmi Party demanded sacking of the state irrigation and power minister while the Shiromani Akali Dal and the Bharatiya Janata Party demanded a probe into the matter. However, Rana Gurjit denied the charges saying neither he nor his company - Rana Sugars Limited - has any ...
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Sacked BSP leader Naseemuddin Siddiqui forms new party

Ousted Bahujan Samaj Party leader Naseemuddin Siddiqui on Saturday formed a new party called 'Rashtriya Bahujan Morcha'.Earlier in May, Siddiqui and his son Afzal Siddiqui, were sacked from the party after the allegation that they were involved in anti-party activities and corruption.Satish Chandra Mishra had said that leaders of Naseemuddin's constituency were belligerently opposing him due to his lacklustre performance and were demanding his removal from the party for a long time. ...
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India gives $500 million assistance to Mauritius

India on Saturday announced a $500 million (Rs 3227 crore) line of credit to Mauritius as the two countries decided to firm up cooperation in the field of maritime security in the Indian Ocean region. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi shakes hand with his Mauritius counterpart Pravind Kumar Jugnaut during their joint press statement in New Delhi. Photograph: Shahbaz Khan/PTI Photo The two sides signed a maritime security agreement after extensive talks between Prime ...
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Revenue share is 'starving' grassroots: Cricket Australia

Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland believes the revenue-share model which the body is trying to dump in its ongoing pay negotiations with players is ‘starving’ the grassroots of the game of funding. Australia faces the possibility of an embarrassing player strike or lockout if the protracted negotiation over a new five-year pay deal for country's international and state cricketers cannot be resolved by the end of June. At the heart of the dispute is the arrangement whereby the ...
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