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Jaish's IED expert among 3 terrorists killed in Pulwama encounter

Security forces on Wednesday killed terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed's top IED expert Abdul Rehman alias 'Fauji Bhai', who was an Afghan war veteran, besides two local militants during an encounter in Pulwama district of South Kashmir, the police said.  IMAGE: The encounter underway in Pulwama on June 3, 2020. Photograph: Umar Ganie for "The killing of Abdul Rehman alias Fauji Bhai alias Fauji Baba, a Pakistani national, is a big success for security forces as he was a master in ..., 9 minutes ago

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'Expect more injuries when season resumes'

IMAGE: Aston Villa's Jack Grealish looks dejected. Photograph: Chris Radburn/Reuters Newcastle United club doctor Paul Catterson says he expects players to suffer more injuries than usual when the Premier League resumes this month following the COVID-19 disruption. The league was suspended on March 13 due to the pandemic and teams resumed training in small groups before voting last week to return to contact training ahead of a June 17 restart.   “We are expecting more injuries ...
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Trees and poles fall as 'Nisarga' makes landfall near Alibaug

Cyclone 'Nisarga' has made landfall near Alibaug on Maharashtra coast with the wind speed of more than 110 km per hour and heavy rainfall, leading to falling of many trees and electricity poles, a Raigad district official said. IMAGE: Strong winds and rain hit Alibaug area due to Cyclone Nisarga. Photograph: ANI Photo The cyclone hit areas near Dive Agar in Shrivardhan, 87 km away from Raigad, district collector Nidhi Choudhary said. "Due to the impact of the gusting winds, many trees and ...
 Rediff.com23 minutes ago Cyclone makes landfall near Alibaug, will pass through Mumbai-Thane in next 3 hours  Rediff.com48 minutes ago Mumbai airport readies for Cyclone Nisarga  Rediff.com13 hours ago 120 kmph winds, heavy rains: What Nisarga has in store  Rediff.com17 hours ago

I know my importance in white-ball format: Hardik Pandya

Hardik Pandya hasn't played a Test since September 2018 but has cemented his place as a big-hitting all-rounder in the limited overs formats 'If I was a Test player and didn't have the game in white-ball cricket, I could go now and risk my back in Tests but I know my importance in white ball cricket' IMAGE: India all-rounder Hardik Pandya. Photograph: BCCI Flamboyant Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya is wary of risking his injury-ravaged back for Test cricket right now and says it's ...
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Be careful about injury management once play resumes: Pathan

IMAGE: Irfan Pathan feels that any team, including an IPL one, will have to be careful with the bowlers. Photograph: Dinuka Liyanawatt/Reuters Former pacer Irfan Pathan believes the Indian team management will have to focus on the bowlers and be 'extremely careful' with regard to injury management once the players hit the ground after the coronavirus-forced hiatus.   Players in India haven't been able to practise since March 25 due to the countrywide lockdown imposed to contain the ...
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'No one should have to suffer any violence or abuse'

''Out of three women in India, one is assaulted.' 'This is a state of emergency that needs to be addressed.'.' IMAGE: Nandita Das in Listen To Her. With domestic violence cases on the rise since the lockdown, several film personalities have lent their voices to help those suffering. Nandita Das has made a seven-minute film called Listen To Her, addressing the situation. Nandita features in it, along with son Vihaan, and with voices from Amruta Subhash, Ali Fazal and Swanand Kirkire. "Domestic ...
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National Sports Awards: Ministry allows self-nomination

IMAGE: President Pranab Mukherjee honours tennis player Sania Mirza with Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna 2015 at a ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan. Photograph: PTI The sports ministry has extended the deadline for submitting applications for the national sports awards till June 22 and also allowed athletes to self-nominate in view of the 'difficulties' being faced by them to find recommenders amid the COVID-19 lockdown.   Wednesday was to be the last day of completing the nomination process ...
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1 lakh evacuated due to Nisarga in Maharashtra

As cyclone Nisarga made its landfall in Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg districts of Maharashtra, nearly one lakh people have been evacuated from the cyclone spot, said National Disaster Response Force Director-General. IMAGE: National Disaster Response Force personnel along with Mumbai police evacuate people living along Versova beach ahead of Cyclone Nisarga’s expected landfall, in Mumba. Photograph: PTI Photo "A total of 43 NDRF teams have been deployed in the wake of the cyclone, including ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago Cyclone Nisarga: Mumbai zoo animals shifted to safer places  Rediff.com1 hour ago Mumbai on tenterhooks as cyclone Nisarga approaches  Rediff.com3 hours ago BMC's dos and don'ts ahead of Cyclone Nisarga  Rediff.com6 hours ago

Work from home forever

'Employees may well be expected to be on call at almost all times -- much like the standard Indian approach to the workday,' points out Mihir S Sharma.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ As countries across the world limp towards reopening their economies, it is big business that will have to take the lead in determining what post-pandemic workplaces will look like. The fact is that small businesses will not be able to afford to experiment; individual workers do not have the power to ...
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J.League player tests positive for COVID-19

IMAGE: Kashima Antlers' Mu Kanazaki training Kashima Antlers' Mu Kanazaki training. Photograph: Toru Hanai/Reuters Nagoya Grampus forward Mu Kanazaki has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, the J.League club have said. Kanazaki’s positive test comes less than a week after the J.League announced plans to restart the campaign on July 4, albeit without fans in stadiums, and as many clubs returned to full training.   Each team had played only one league match when the ...
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