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Indian women paddlers lose, face Australia for team bronze (Lead)

Glasgow , July 27 The Indian women's table tennis team failed to qualify for the summit clash in the Commonwealth Games as they lost their semi-final match 1-3 to defending champions Singapore at the Scotstoun Sports Campus here Saturday.

Leaders call for Gaza ceasefire extension as toll exceeds 1,000 (Roundup)

Gaza/Jerusalem , July 26 US Secretary of State John Kerry and top diplomats from Europe and the Middle East Saturday called for an extension to the temporary truce between Israel and the Hamas, as the toll in the Gaza strip violence rose to over 1,000 with the recovery of 130 bodies of Palestinians Saturday.

Overgrown Beijing 'forbids' development in core areas

Beijing , July 26 In its bid to decongest the Chinese capital, authorities have banned construction of new universities and hospitals around the Forbidden City located in downtown Beijing.

Man stabbed to death by brother

New Delhi , July 26 A 30-year-old man was stabbed to death by his elder brother at his home here following a property dispute, police said Saturday.

Indian men thrash Scotland 6-2 in hockey (Lead)

Glasgow , July 26 The Indian men's hockey team thrashed hosts Scotland 6-2 for their second consecutive win in the group stage of the 2014 Commonwealth Games at the Glasgow National Hockey Centre here Saturday.

India at Commonwealth Games Sunday

Glasgow , July 26 The following is the list of Indians who will be seen in action at the 2014 Commonwealth Games here Sunday.

PM meets infrastructure departments secretaries

New Delhi , July 26 Prime Minister Narendra Modi Saturday met secretaries of key infrastructure ministries like power and road and highways to review individual sectors' development targets that need to be achieved by the current fiscal end.

PIL seeks leader of opposition status for Congress in Lok Sabha

New Delhi , July 26 The Supreme Court was moved Saturday seeking that Congress leader in Lok Sabha be conferred the status of the leader of opposition as it is the largest party in the opposition as provided under the 1977 law on salary and allowances of leaders of opposition in parliament.

Man going to office shot dead in Ghaziabad

Ghaziabad , July 26 An unidentified assailant Saturday shot dead a man going to office, police said.

24 rebels arrested in Meghalaya

Shillong , July 26 Twenty-four rebels of the A'chik National Volunteers Council (ANVC-B) were arrested Saturday from their hideout in Garo Hills region of Meghalaya, police said.