The Islamic State radical group on Sunday executed 15 Iraqi police officers and kidnapped four journalism students accused of collaborating with the foreign press in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.
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The soaring price of onions seems to have hit hard everyone in Delhi, where the price has simply doubled in retail markets.
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Unseasonal rains, lower production and resultant shortages have made the onion dearer again, with prices soaring. Merchants say the prices will remain high till October when the next crop reaches markets across the country.
Singer Avril Lavigne says she wants to become a filmmaker.
The striking students of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) deserve a round of applause for standing up to the government for imposing an undeserving chairman on them.
Actress Sayantani Ghosh considers friends as an "important part of life" and, along with Deblina Chatterjee, feels they are like "members of family". Ahead of Friendship Day on Sunday, TV stars recall the best memories with their friends.
The winds of change continue to blow across the Indian cricket board. Its secretary Anurag Thakur is in a hurry to dismantle the old order and prove that he is in complete command of the situation.