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#VamosRafa French Open: Rafael Nadal beats Stan Wawrinka to win the tournament for a 10th time

#VamosRafa French Open: Rafael Nadal beats Stan Wawrinka to win the tournament for a 10th time

Spain’s Rafael Nadal made history by winning a record 10th French Open title with victory over Stan Wawrinka in the Paris final. Nadal, 31, came through 6-2 6-3 6-1 against the Swiss third seed to claim his 15th major title. He becomes the first man or woman in the Open era to have won a […]

Automated system on fuel price to start, section of pump owners threaten to go on strike

NEW DELHI(PTI): State-owned fuel retailers IOC, BPCL and HPCL have put in place an automated system to implement daily revision in petrol and diesel prices from June 16 even as a section of petrol pump dealers threatened to go on strike against the move. The daily change in prices of petrol and diesel across the […]

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After River Ganga declared ‘living entity,’ strict punishment in store for those hurting it

NEW DELHI: Robbery, cheating, causing grievous hurt and attempt to commit culpable homicide are all punishable by up to seven years in prison. Now add one more crime to that list that may soon attract such a stringent punishment: messing with Ganga. A Centre-appointed panel has drafted a bill, the National River Ganga (Rejuvenation, Protection […]

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Maharashtra CM Fadnavis gives in to demands of protesting farmers, announces complete loan waiver

MUMBAI(ANI): The Maharashtra Government on Sunday announced complete loan waiver to farmers. The government will form a committee to decide criteria to waive off loans. On June 1, the farmers in Maharashtra went on strike for the first time ever. Their agitation saw violence and angry farmers spilling milk and throwing vegetables on the road. […]

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GST Council lowers tax rates for 66 items, partial relief for film industry

NEW DELHI(PTI): Tax rates on certain kitchen items like pickles and mustard sauce, as well as movie tickets costing up to Rs 100 have been lowered as the Centre and states today reduced levies on 66 items. Movie tickets costing Rs 100 and below will now attract 18% tax, as against 28% proposed earlier, while […]

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MP: ‘Buddhi aag lagwa rahi’, say cops as they break 80-year-old woman’s arm

BHOPAL(PTI): Amid the farmers’ agitation in Madhya Pradesh, which started on June 1 and saw the death of five persons in police firing, a 80-year-old woman was beaten by cops, accusing her of hiding stone pelters inside her house. Kamlabai Mewade, whose photo of four-five cops beating has gone viral on social media, has alleged […]

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Many Karnataka people don’t know how to sing national anthem: says Sena’s Goa chief

PANAJIM(PTI): People in Goa are patriots. I know many students who can sing complete ‘Vande Mataram’ unlike Karnataka where many people do not even know how to sing the national anthem and they also do not know our national fathers,” Joshi told reporters. Goa and Karnataka are locking horns over the sharing of Mahadayi or […]

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Lalu Prasad turns 70; Nitish joins birthday celebrations

Patna(PTI): Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today greeted RJD supremo Lalu Prasad on his 70th birthday. Kumar drove to the house of former chief minister Rabri Devi at 10 Circular road to wish Lalu on his birthday. Speaking to reporters, Nitish said, “Lalu Prasad has contributed immensely to Bihar politics and our society.” Meanwhile, stream […]

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Government proposes NEET-like exam to recruit judges to lower judiciary

NEW DELHI(PTI): The government has proposed to the Supreme Court a NEET-like examination to recruit judges to the lower judiciary. The proposal comes close on the heels of several states, including some ruled by the BJP, opposing the formation of an all-India judicial service, a 60-year-old idea. There were vacancies of 4,452 judges in subordinate […]

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Para-athlete Suvarna Raj forced to sleep on floor after given upper berth on Nagpur-Delhi train

Para-athlete Suvarna Raj was allegedly forced to sleep on the floor after she was given an upper berth on Nagpur-Delhi train. Suvarna Raj, who suffers 90% disability, had requested for a differently abled friendly berth. However, when she boarded the coach, she realised that it was an upper berth. She had boarded the Nagpur-New Delhi […]

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