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Reopen 1984 riots' case against Nath: Akali Dal
National

Reopen 1984 riots' case against Nath: Akali Dal

The Akali Dal on Thursday asked the Special Investigation Team (SIT) in Delhi to reopen the case against Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath for his alleged involvement in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.

Create atmosphere of trust, Modi tells Imran
National

Create atmosphere of trust, Modi tells Imran

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has told his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan that his country needs to create an "environment of trust, free of terror, violence and hostility" for the two neighbours to have "normal and cooperative relations", which India seeks.

It's a dream come true to work with Sircar: Vicky
Entertainment

It's a dream come true to work with Sircar: Vicky

Working with director Shoojit Sircar in "Sardar Udham Singh" was like a dream come true, said actor Vicky Kaushal while interacting with the media on the sidelines of the first edition of Grazia Millennial Awards, here on Wednesday.

Attack on web series crew: 3 accused nabbed, remanded to custody
National

Attack on web series crew: 3 accused nabbed, remanded to custody

A city court on Thursday remanded to police custody till June 24 three prime accused who were arrested for attacking the cast and crew of a web series being shot at an outdoor locale here, while Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis ordered a probe into the incident, police said.

Xiaomi set to capture more online buyers via Mi.com in India
Business

Xiaomi set to capture more online buyers via Mi.com in India

Buoyed by the surge in user base and growing market share of its ecommerce platform Mi.com in India, Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is aiming to launch more products for the online buyers in the country, a top company executive said here on Thursday.

UK arms sale to Saudis unlawful, court rules
International

UK arms sale to Saudis unlawful, court rules

The United Kingdoms sale of arms to Saudi Arabia for use in Yemen is unlawful, a British court ruled on Thursday.

Keep your babies sun safe in summer, say experts
Entertainment

Keep your babies sun safe in summer, say experts

It is always fun to have some outdoor time with children, but ensuring that they are safe from the sun is very important, say experts.

Chess players hope AICF AGM will discuss banned players' issue
Other Sports

Chess players hope AICF AGM will discuss banned players' issue

Indian chess players are hoping that the June 23 annual general meeting (AGM) of the All India Chess Federation (AICF) will deliberate and bring the curtains down on the issue of banned chess players.

Playing against quality sides helpful: Women U-17 coach
Football

Playing against quality sides helpful: Women U-17 coach

As part of their preparations for the FIFA Under-17 Women's World Cup next year, the Indian U-17 team will face the Hong Kong U-23 at their home on Friday.

Kamran urges PM Imran Khan to take action against Sarfaraz & Co
Cricket

Kamran urges PM Imran Khan to take action against Sarfaraz & Co

A clash between India and Pakistan is always considered the biggest battle on the cricket pitch and a defeat doesn't goes down well either with the fans or the former players. And while the Pakistan players have come under heavy criticism post their loss to Virat Kohli and boys at Old Trafford on Sunday, former Pakistan stumper Kamran Akmal has now urged Prime Minister Imran Khan to initiate action against the cricket team for their dismal show against India.

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