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Mathura priests 'unhappy' with Yogi Adityanath's crackdown on touts and fake 'Pandas'
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Mathura priests 'unhappy' with Yogi Adityanath's crackdown on ...

A group of Hindu priests here are not pleased with UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's latest order to take action against touts and fake "Pandas", saying that this will bring misery to the whole community. The community has stressed that following this ... DNA, 1 month ago

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BCCI will not be pleased with Pakistan Cricket Board's plans to end 'Big Three' governance system

Chairman Shaharyar Khan will step up Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) efforts to end the 'Big Three' governance system in the International Cricket Council (ICC) at the apex body's Board meeting in Dubai on April 24. "We are against this governance and ...
 DNA2 months ago
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IPL 2017: RCB fans will not be pleased with their skipper Virat Kohli's comeback plans

The one major concern that purists have had with the Indian Premier League (IPL) over the years is the possibility of players prioritising the cash-rich league over national duty. There is always a fear among ardent followers of the game that players will go ...
 DNA2 months ago
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No political questions please, says Rajinikanth

Chennai: Tamil superstar Rajinikanth today declined to answer any political questions, amid speculation over his possible political plunge. "Please dont ask political questions," he said when reporters asked him about his recent comments on entering politics.
 Mathrubhumi1 month ago
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Close your legs please: Madrid bus 'manspreading' ban starts

Commuters on Madrid's buses have long been banned from putting their feet on seats or smoking, but from this week a new prohibition is in place, targeting male passengers: no "manspreading". The practice of men sitting in public transport with their legs wide ...
 DNA1 week ago

Need to make commercial planes in India, says SpiceJet chief

India should come out with policy initiatives for local manufacturing of commercial planes as its aviation market is poised to become the third largest in the world, SpiceJet chief Ajay Singh said today. SpiceJet got a shout-out from US President Donald ...
 Business Standard10 hours ago
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Serena asks McEnroe for respect after comparison to men

Serena Williams, a 23-time Grand Slam singles champion, fired back at John McEnroe's remark that she would only rank about 700th on the men's tennis circuit. McEnroe, a seven-time Grand Slam singles winner, called Williams "best female player ever -- no ...
 catchnews.com20 hours ago
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Muslim teenager lynching: Social media unites in protest march; Haryana CM Khattar condemns attack

A Facebook post by a filmmaker against the lynching of a Muslim teenager has spawned a powerful online campaign, leading to protest marches being held in five cities across the country. Thousands have pledged to hit the streets this week in support of the ...
 DNA1 day ago 'Not in my name': Thousands pledge to march against mob attacks  Rediff.com1 day ago
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Ex-HC judge Karnan petitions Governor for bail or parole

Former Calcutta High Court judge C S Karnan, jailed on an order of the Supreme Court, has moved a petition before the governor of West Bengal seeking bail or parole. Karnan, 62, who was lodged at the Presidency Correctional Home here on June 21 following his ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago Former High Court judge CS Karnan knocks at WB Governor's door for bail, parole  DNA1 day ago

Privatisation good, but settle our dues first, say AI pilots

A section of Air India pilots have hailed the government’s move to privatise the national carrier but wants their arrears to be settled first. It is estimated that the airline owes about Rs 1,200 crore to its employees. Of this, about Rs 400 crore is due to ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 day ago
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