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Sheena alive in the US, won't come forward because she hates me: Indrani
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Forger, Indrani exchanged 21 mails on Sheenas sign

Police probing the Sheena Bora murder case have found that 21 emails were exchanged between Indrani Mukerjea and her staffer who allegedly forged Sheena's signature after the murder at Indrani's behest. Sheena, who used to work for Mumbai Metro One as assistant manager, went missing on April 24, 2012 after her mother Indrani and her second husband Sanjeev Khanna along with driver Shayam Rai killed her and disposed of her body in Raigad. "When Sheena did not go to work for three to ... Rediff.com, 4 minutes ago
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Captain Mathews wages lone battle for Sri Lanka on Day 5

IMAGE: Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews hits a boundary. Photograph: Dinuka Liyanawatte/Reuters India inched closer to a series victory as they claimed two wickets in the morning session to reduce Sri Lanka to 134 for five at lunch on the fifth and final day of the third Test, at the Sinhalese Sports Club in Colombo, on Tuesday. - ScorecardSri Lanka skipper Angelo Mathews provided some resistance with a half-century. He was batting on 56, while Kusal Perera was on 12 at the break, with the ...
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How to get the body of a model

Model Prabhjot Singh, a mechanical engineer from Government College, Ludhiana, and a ramp model by profession shares his fitness mantras.  "Bananas do not make you gain weight. They contain less fat than a piece of chocolate. It is good to include bananas in your diet. They keep you full, give you energy and are good for your mood. They help you stay happy and positive," says Prabhjot who also produces music under the brand name Muzical Doctozs in Punjab. This engineer-turned model ...
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Ironic dismissal makes Watson laughing stock

Australia's Shane Watson is bowled out during the T20 match against England in Cardiff on Monday. Photograph: Andrew Boyers/Action Images via Reuters/Livepic Shane Watson's pads have never tired of planting themselves between ball and stumps but on Monday in Cardiff their failure to do so delivered the ultimate punchline at the Australian's expense. Dumped from the Test side after a pair of trademark lbw dismissals in the first Ashes clash, Watson had hoped for a decent score on his return to ...
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Terror threat continues to emanate from inside Pakistan: US

The United States has said that the threat from terrorist groups, in particular the Haqqani network, continues to emanate from inside Pakistan, dismissing top Pakistani diplomat's claim that the dreaded group responsible for audacious attacks in Afghanistan has been wiped out. “We recognise that there's still threat from these terrorist groups emanating from Pakistan. We want to see Pakistan take additional steps to address some of these threats," State Department Spokesman Mark Toner ...
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Sebi chief appointment: Yes, do employ her for a better future

The much-awaited notification has come. The Union finance ministry has called for applications to the coveted post of chairman of the Securities and Exchange Board of India. The change of guard at the market regulator, after five years, will be one of the most followed and speculated-on processes this year. A just-retired officer based in the capital is likely to throw his hat in the ring, say some. A Mumbai official who shares his first name with the first officer is another strong candidate.
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Sensex slips further on weak global cues; HDFC twins top losers

Benchmark share indices extended losses with bank shares leading the decline after weak first quarter GDP growth and core sector growth in July. At 12:50 PM, the Sensex was lower by 302 points at 25,991 and the Nifty also slipped 80 points at 7,893. In the broader market, the BSE Mid-cap was down 0.8% and Small-cap index eased 0.4%. Market breadth continued to remain weak with 1,490 losers and 692 gainers on the BSE. India's GDP during the first quarter ended June 30,2015 slowed down to 7% ...
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Act against right-wing groups

Sunday's murder in Dharwad of the outspoken Kannada scholar, M.M. Kalburgi, is tragic and alarming. It is the first such instance in Karnataka, which has a tradition of free speech and a record of outspoken scholars and writers. Kalburgi, a Sahitya Akademi award winner and an authority on Vachana literature, was known for his sharp criticism and questioning of superstitious beliefs, and received a death threat from the leader of a fringe right-wing group last year. Since June 2014 he was ...
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Isis 'failed' to destroy Palmyra's ancient Temple of Bel and structure still stands, expert says

The ancient Temple of Bel in Palmyra may have survived an attempted demolition by the Isis militant group, according to Syrian officials.Local residents reported an attempt to blow up the temple, one of the finest ancient buildings in the whole of Syria, on Saturday, just a few days after images emerged showing the total destruction of nearby Baalshamin Temple.  Read more ...
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Pak Using New Methods to Create Trouble in Jammu and Kashmir: Army Chief Dalbir Singh

India's forces need to be prepared at all times for short wars, given the frequent ceasefire violations by Pakistan on the border, Army Chief Dalbir Singh said today, expressing concern about "new methods" used to keep Jammu and Kashmir on the boil."(Because of) the frequent ceasefire violations and infiltration bids by our western neighbor, the borders remain live and active. New methods continue to be employed to create unrest in J&K. We are acutely aware that the swift, short nature of ...
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