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Two B.Tech students of the GLA University were killed and another seriously injured in a road accident in this Uttar Pradesh town Saturday, police said.
Another Test is behind India, leaving a lot of ifs and buts. Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni is right it doesn't matter how close you were to winning - what matters is the end result. India were beaten by four wickets to go down 0-2 in the four-match series.
- Two students killed in Mathura road accident
- Mamata congratulates Athletico, says ISL 'great morale booster'
- Faster highways, more waterways to come: Gadkari
- Money in elections root cause of corruption: ex-CEC Quraishi
- MPs, journalists bat for children's right to good health
- Centre being partial in fertilizer allocation to states: UP
- Britain sends more armymen to tackle Ebola in Sierra Leone
- Scam money role problem in elections: ex-CEC Quraishi
- North Korea denies being behind cyber attack on Sony
- Kolkata deluges in ecstasy as Atletico lift maiden ISL crown
- India lost two Tests they should not have
- India's growth to have impact on Africa next year
- I might have been a Punjabi kudi in previous life: Danish singer
- From 'Boyhood' to 'Nightcrawler': Unmissable Hollywood films
- Can Modi really take on the Hindu hawks?
- Peshawar school song: Where have all the flowers gone?
- Distress migration of workers rampant in Odisha
- BJP, Congress key players as Kashmir battle set to end
- Sunburn used minor children for traffic duties in 2012?
- Much food for thought at this media hangout
Ever since US Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage threatened to bomb Pakistan to the stone age unless it joined the post 9/11 global war on terror, Pakistan has faced an existential tragedy of choice. It was being called upon to kill the very mujahideen it had trained to become hardened Islamic fighters, also at America's behest, to help expel the Soviet Union from Afghanistan.
The Indian consulate in Australia's Sydney city has been evacuated following a hostage taking at a nearby cafe, an official said.
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The second annual 'Batting for Life' Twenty20 cricket match between MPs and journalists was held Saturday where Health Minister Jagat Prakash Nadda called for making a "healthy India" along the lines of a "clean India".
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Saturday heaped praises on maiden Indian Super League (ISL) champions Atletico de Kolkata for their spectacular win and lauded the initiative for taking the sport to the grassroots.
Uttar Pradesh Saturday blamed the central government of being partial in supplying fertilizers to states.
Money generated from scams has begun to play a role in the polling process in India while the need for funds for election is the root cause of corruption, former chief election commissioner S.Y. Quraishi said Saturday.
Britain Saturday sent its first batch of army reserves to Sierra Leone to help tackle the Ebola outbreak, Britain's defence ministry said.
Celebrities from the Indian film world have condemned the recent bloodbath in Pakistan's Peshawar city, which has a strong connect to Bollywood. From Prithiviraj Kapoor to Dilip Kumar to Shah Rukh Khan -- they all have their roots in the city that is mourning the death of 148 people, mostly children, slaughtered by the Pakistani Taliban.
The sudden cancellation by the saffron hotheads of the religious reconversion programmes to welcome the minorities into the Hindu fold suggests that Narendra Modi has finally decided that enough is enough.