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Bajaj Pulsar NS160 to be launched in India soon 28.6.2017 Business | The Asian Age
NS160 comes with new graphics around the fuel tank extensions, skinnier tyres and a drum brake unit at the rear.
Occult practice rumours create fear among villagers 28.6.2017 TOI: Jaipur
Terror is writ large on the faces of people in rural areas of western Rajasthan. Reason: Someone in the dead of the night, when everyone is fast asleep, chops off women's hair here. So far no one has been arrested as the act is done so slyly.
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Kangaroo shot and dressed up in Australia 28.6.2017 Life | The Asian Age
Animal left propped up on roadside wrapped in a cloth and with bottle of booze in hands
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Rains continue to lash Mumbai, Harbour Line services affected 28.6.2017 India – The Indian Express
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500 tourists, pilgrims stranded at Baralacha Pass 28.6.2017 India – The Indian Express
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Nepal votes in second phase of local polls 28.6.2017
Kathmandu: Voting began in Nepal on Wednesday for the second phase of its local-level polls being held in the country after a gap of two decades an election crucial for cementing democracy in the country. More than 6.4 million people are eligible voters in the 35 districts of Provinces 1, 5 and 7 that have gone to polls in the second phase of the local level polls to elect more than 15,000 local representatives. The first phase of local polls was held on May 14 in Provinces 3, 4 and 6. Though the local polls were earlier scheduled for two phases, the second phase had to be postponed twice and a third phase had to be declared in a bid to accommodate the dissenting parties, including the Madhesis, that are yet to commit to the polls to be held in Province 2 on September 18. The Nepal government had earlier this month postponed the date of local-level elections in the disputed Madhesi- stronghold Province 2 by nearly three months, adding a third phase in the polls that will take place in ...
Sizzling in the pool: Shivangi Joshi aka Naira of Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai is a stunner 28.6.2017 Free Press Journal: Glam
Mumbai: Star popular show ‘Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai’ lead actress Nayra aka Shivangi Joshi, recently
Bihar: Trader’s son killed in Siwan, villagers set police vehicles on fire 28.6.2017 India – The Indian Express
IIM Ahmedabad teaches good governance management to 9 Jharkhand ministers 28.6.2017 Education – The Indian Express
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Mumbai rains: Karan Patel to Helly Shah; Telly celeb share how they enjoy rains 28.6.2017 Free Press Journal: Glam
Rain brings lots of joyous moments with every drop of water. People love to go out and enjoy the rainy
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Shocking: Kangaroo shot dead in Australia, tied to chair with booze in arms 28.6.2017 Free Press Journal: World
A kangaroo was found shot dead on an Australian roadside. The kangaroo was dressed in a leopard-print
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No country for old: One in two elderly people lonely 28.6.2017 DNA: Health
Working on a sample size of 15,000 older people, the survey by Agewell foundation says that 47.49 per cent elderly people in India suffers from loneliness.
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Man thrashed, house set ablaze after dead cow found 28.6.2017 theweek3938
Ex-village head stabbed to death, attacker lynched in UP 28.6.2017 The Tribune
Azamgarh (UP), June 28 A former village head was stabbed to death by some persons during a marriage function here, following which a mob lynched one of the attackers, the police said on Wednesday. Shyampyare Pasi was having dinner during the marriage function at Ledaimadpur village when some persons attacked him with knives. He died on the spot. The police suspect Pasi, who had a criminal background, was killed over old enmity. While two of the attackers fled the spot, one was caught and beaten to death by villagers, they said. A huge posse of police personnel has been deployed in the village to prevent any untoward incident. ...
Rain continues to lash Mumbai; Harbour Line services affected 28.6.2017 The Tribune
Mumbai, June 28 Intermittent rain continued for the fourth consecutive day on Wednesday in Mumbai and suburbs, disrupting local train services on the Central Railway’s Harbour Line for some time in the morning, an official said. Besides, a couple got trapped when a tree fell on their car following heavy rain in the city on Tuesday night while a man was rescued from the rough sea waters at Colaba in the early hours of Wednesday, police said. The continuous showers led to deposition of mud on tracks between Mankhurd and Gowandi suburban stations which led to the suspension of train services for about half an hour on the Harbour Line, that stretches between Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) and Panvel in adjoining Raigad district, Central Railway’s senior PRO AK Jain said. “A significant amount of mud was spotted on the tracks between Mankhurd and Gowandi stations at 8.20 am on Wednesday and it was decided to halt the train services,” he said. “Our team swung into action to remove the mud and the ...
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Assam: Two UPLA terrorists arrested 28.6.2017 DNA: Wide Angle
At least two United People's Liberation Army (UPLA) cadre namely Joy Rajbanshi and Ratul Boro were arrested in a joint operation conducted by the police and army in Bamunbari village of Assam's Dibrugarh district. Police also seized two .22 pistols, two magazines and nine bullets from the ...
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Rajinikanth-Akshay to kick-start their innovative 2.0 film promotions in US today 28.6.2017
Mumbai: Just like the film itself, Akshay Kumar-Rajinikanth starrer "2.0" promotions will be done on a huge scale. 100-foot-tall hot air balloons with life-size images of Akshay and Rajinikanth printed on them will be released in Los Angeles on Jun 28 at around 7 am (US time). The balloons will be flying across The Hollywood Sign in Hollywood Hills at Lake Hollywood Park and then in Lancaster, California at 6 am the following day. There is also another stop in San Francisco. Not just LA and California, the balloons will also be part of the international promotional tour for this sci-film in London, Dubai and Australia. Directed by Shankar, the film is rumoured to be the most expensive film ever made in India. In the film, which is a sequel to "Enthiran", Akshay plays the role of a highly ambitious scientist Dr. Richard with malicious intent. After an experiment goes horribly wrong, Akshay"s character takes a half-crow half-human form. Rajinikanth, on the other hand, reprises ...
7 arrested in UP’s Bahraich for alleged religious conversion 28.6.2017 The Tribune
Bahraich, June 29 Seven people were arrested from Nawabganj area here after some local residents alleged that a man was forced to convert to Islam. However, Brijmohan of Shivnagra village said he embraced Islam on his own volition to marry a Muslim woman. The man reached an Eidgah on June 26 for namaz after which the news of his conversion spread in the area, the police said. Brijmohan’s wife had left him and settled in Nepal. The father of two was persuaded by his brother Jagmohan alias Jamal, who had earlier converted to Islam, into adopting the religion and marrying a Muslim woman. Their elder brother Sunder Gupta and some local residents objected to the conversion, alleging it hurt their religious sentiments. Based on Gupta’s complaint, an FIR was on Tuesday filed against Brijmohan, Jamal, Nanku, Irfan and three others for “luring people into religious conversion”. “A matter of religious conversion has come to light. It is being probed. Seven persons have been arrested in this connection,” ...
Another farmer commits suicide, fifth in Rajasthan in 2 weeks 28.6.2017 The Tribune
Yash Goyal Jaipur, June 28  A 32-year-old farmer has allegedly committed suicide after suffering losses in garlic crop, adding to the number of farmers who have taken their life in Hadauti belt in Kota, Rajashtan. This is the fourth suicide by a farmer in this belt and fifth in Rajasthan in the last two weeks. He was allegedly under debt. He committed suicide by consuming sulphas with liquor at Sripura village in Kota-Rural on Monday night. Murlidhar Meena after complaining of vomiting was shifted from one hospital to another in Hadauti region but finally he succumbed at Kota’s government hospital in the wee hours of Tuesday, SHO Ayana police station Narayan Singh told The Tribune on Wednesday. In an FIR, Kailash Shankar, the deceased’s brother, alleged that Meena had gone for selling garlic at a mandi in Baran on Monday, and after returning from there he consumed sulphas tables with liquor. Meena, survived by a wife and two kids, was reeling under financial liability, quoting the FIR the SHO said. The ...
How does Haryana CM’s flying squad operate 28.6.2017 Gurgaon - City - The Times of India
The chief minister’s flying squad carried out a series of raids in Gurgaon on Tuesday, and sealed nine illegal clinics operating and more than half a dozen illegal borewells as part of its crackdown on illegal extraction of groundwater in the city.
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