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The never-ending probe

On Monday, Financial Chronicle provided details of why the Enforcement Directorate is probing Shah Rukh Khan and has issued a show cause notice to him, Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and Juhi Chawla for under valuation of shares causing a forex loss of Rs 73.6 ... The Financial Chronicle, 1 day ago

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Sunny morning in capital

Delhiites woke up to a warm, sunny morning today with the minimum temperature settling at 20.8 degrees Celsius, four notches above the season's average. The day is forecast to be marked by clear skies with maximum temperature hovering around 35 degrees ...
 Business Standard2 days ago It's sunny but chilly in Shimla  Business Standard2 weeks ago Warm morning greets Delhiites  Business Standard1 month ago Sunny day in city  Business Standard1 month ago

Gujarat: SC uphelds life term for three for killing a Shiv Sena leader

The Supreme Court has upheld the life term awarded to three persons for killing a Shiv Sena leader in Gujarat whose younger brother had married a woman from a minority community. A bench of Justices P C Ghose and Ashok Bhushan said the homicidal death has ...
 catchnews.com2 days ago

OMG! This is how London attacks affected the sets of Mubarakan

Just a few days ago, the world woke up to the news of yet another terror attack, this time in the England capital, London. The cast and crew of the forthcoming comedy Mubarakan are currently in the Queen city shooting for a major schedule of the film and ...
 Bollywood Hungama4 days ago

Pre-race buzz: Lewis Hamilton 'in league of his own'

Hamilton said the day was ‘99 per cent perfect’ IMAGE: Lewis Hamilton dominated practice at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix . Photograph: Robert Cianflone/Getty Images Three-time world champion Lewis Hamilton dominated practice at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix on Friday, putting Mercedes on top of the timesheets and leaving his Formula One rivals with plenty to ponder before the weekend. Ferrari had the pre-race buzz with their impressive pace during winter ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago
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All you need to know about new US flight rules

USA TODAY has the full report on this developing story in the U.S. And the news here was soon followed by reports that the United Kingdom would issue a similar restriction.
 MSN India6 days ago

Martyr status sought for locals who died protecting Khejri

Nearly 300 years after 363 people sacrificed their lives while trying to save Khejri trees in Rajasthan, a young farmer from Jodhpur has requested the Prime Minister to grant them the status of martyrs and highlight the movement in school syllabus. Long ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Private parts, tongue mutilated, worker tells conflicting stories

A 20-year-old labourer with grievous injuries on his tongue and private parts is giving contrary accounts of how they came about. Bijoy Naik, a native of Odisha, had first said he was abducted and mutilated, but later changed his story, claiming he inflicted ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

The joys of bazaar shopping

The real challenge, says Subir Roy, is to go for something affordable whose quality is just right.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/   When we were young we were a little intrigued by Sarkar Babu who was the bajar sarkar. His job was to take one of our joint family servants to the market every morning and bring back a headload of vegetables and fish. We pitied his life which revolved around such trips for several families that made the filthy bazaar a kind of second home for him. He ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
State Times

Jammu city stinks as civic workers strike enters day 2

 STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: The residents of Jammu city on Friday woke up to a harrowing situation after they found stinking garbage and filth littered on roads and lanes due to sanitation workers who went on indefinite strike from today to press their demand ...
 State Times1 week ago
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