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Ppat movie row: It is government's prerogative to probe, says Ashok Gehlot
Politics

Ppat movie row: It is government's prerogative to probe, says Ashok Gehlot

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Sunday asserted that it is a "prerogative" of the government to probe if facts are incorrectly portrayed in the new film 'Ppat'.

Florida naval base shooting: Saudi gunman brought weapon legally
International

Florida naval base shooting: Saudi gunman brought weapon legally

The Saudi officer, who shot dead three sailors at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida on Friday, had purchased the gun legally.

Telangana govt constitutes SIT to probe police encounter
National

Telangana govt constitutes SIT to probe police encounter

The Telangana government on Sunday constituted a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to investigate the police encounter against the four accused in the rape and murder of the 27-year old veterinarian.

Protest outside Nawaz Sharif's London residence
International

Protest outside Nawaz Sharif's London residence

A group of people on Sunday held protests outside Avenfield flats where former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is currently staying.

Chilean protesters turn on pharmacies over high medicine prices
International

Chilean protesters turn on pharmacies over high medicine prices

Chileans have turned on the pharmaceutical industry since the protests over social justice broke out in October, reacting to shortages of medicines and the high prices charged by private pharmacies, which sell brand-name medications at the highest prices in Latin America.

Finland's Social Democrats pick Marin to be youngest ever PM
International

Finland's Social Democrats pick Marin to be youngest ever PM

Finland's Social Democratic Party (SDP), one of the five parties that form the coalition government, has picked 34-year-old Sanna Marin to be the country's youngest Prime Minister.

Excited about this young bunch: Pollard
Cricket

Excited about this young bunch: Pollard

West Indies captain Kieron Pollard was all praise for his team mates as an all-round performance from the visitors helped them notch up a comprehensive eight-wicket win over India. West Indies restricted India to 170/7 in the second T20I that was played in Thiruvananthapuram on Sunday and then chased down the target with eight wickets and nine balls to spare.

Ahead of next House hearing, Trump accuses Democrats of 'changing' impeachment guidelines
International

Ahead of next House hearing, Trump accuses Democrats of 'changing' impeachment guidelines

Ahead of the next impeachment hearing by the House Judiciary Committee slated to kick off on Monday, US President Donald Trump on Sunday accused the Democrats of "changing" the impeachment guidelines as "the facts are not on their side".

India's efforts for SAARC cooperation challenged by acts of terror: PM Modi
National

India's efforts for SAARC cooperation challenged by acts of terror: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that efforts for greater collaboration among SAARC member states have been repeatedly challenged with threats and acts of terror and such an environment impedes the shared objective of realising the regional body's full potential.

No total will be good enough if we field so poorly: Kohli
Cricket

No total will be good enough if we field so poorly: Kohli

Indian captain Virat Kohli said that the hosts' poor fielding cost them dearly in their second T20I against the West Indies on Sunday. West Indies won the match that was played at the Greenfield International stadium in Thiruvananthapuram by eight wickets to level the series.

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