Top 10 things about star Indian footballer we bet you didn’t know

Top 10 things about star Indian footballer we bet you didn’t know

Football is without a doubt the most popular sport on this planet. More than 200 countries have taken up the
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Top highlights of ‘Swachh Survekshan-2018’

Top highlights of ‘Swachh Survekshan-2018’

Since the inception of new BJP Government in 2014, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been staunchly promoting Swachh Bahart Abhiyan.
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11 Movies that will make you think again about not to give up

11 Movies that will make you think again about not to give up

The road to success isn’t easy. There would be many rough patches along the way and a time might come
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International day of Innocent Children Victims of Agression

International day of Innocent Children Victims of Agression

Child abuse statistics in its numerous forms is extremely horrifying. It is very sad truth that the innocent is being
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6 surprising reasons you’re losing weight but not belly fat!

6 surprising reasons you’re losing weight but not belly fat!

Despite eating healthy and doing strength and weight exercises, it is sometimes difficult to lose that darn stubborn belly fat. You
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The return of the bodysuit

The return of the bodysuit

No longer just a supporting inner garment, this chic suit is now a statement piece. Here’s how to style ‘em... Over
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Nikita Gill to publish ’empowering’ fairytales

Nikita Gill to publish ’empowering’ fairytales

Famous poet and writer Nikita Gill is writing ‘empowering’ retellings of traditional fairytales. Titled Fierce Fairytales & Other Stories to Stir Your Soul, the book is
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Ariya survives rollercoaster round to win US Women’s Open

Ariya survives rollercoaster round to win US Women’s Open

Ariya Jutanugarn survived a back-nine meltdown to win the 73rd US Women's Open on Sunday and claim her second career
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DeChambeau birdies second extra hole to win Memorial

DeChambeau birdies second extra hole to win Memorial

Bryson DeChambeau birdied the second extra hole to beat South Korea's An Byeong-hun and capture the biggest title of his
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Serena ‘betrayed’ as Sharapova feud fires up French Open

Serena ‘betrayed’ as Sharapova feud fires up French Open

Serena Williams will be fired up to tighten her 14-year grip on Maria Sharapova by a sense of betrayal as the two iconic
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20 years on, Leander’s defeat of Sampras still tingles

20 years on, Leander’s defeat of Sampras still tingles

Leander Paes was back in the headlines for winning his record 43rd Davis Cup doubles win in India’s amazing 3-2 turnaround
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Root warns rout of Pakistan can’t ‘paper over cracks’

Root warns rout of Pakistan can’t ‘paper over cracks’

Joe Root has insisted a dominant win against Pakistan must not be allowed to "paper over the cracks" when it comes
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Rashid Khan leads Afghanistan to comfortable win

Rashid Khan leads Afghanistan to comfortable win

Two of Afghanistan’s most potent weapons—Rashid Khan and Mujeeb Ur Rahman—sliced through Bangladesh top order to mark a memorable start to their
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FIFA World Cup – Penalty shootout: Football’s great leveller

FIFA World Cup – Penalty shootout: Football’s great leveller

Football is a team game, yet why are penalties, or tiebreakers, all about the individuals? To understand the curse of
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Sunil Chhetri: The humble centurion

Sunil Chhetri: The humble centurion

A modest turnout of around 2500 fans for India’s opening game against Chinese Taipei in the ongoing Intercontinental Cup prompted
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Apple Music Embeddable Web Player Widget Now Lets Users Stream Full Songs

Apple Music Embeddable Web Player Widget Now Lets Users Stream Full Songs

Apple Music has always had an online tool to generate widgets that are commonly used by artists to promote their music
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Microsoft Said to Have Agreed to Acquire Coding Site GitHub

Microsoft Said to Have Agreed to Acquire Coding Site GitHub

Microsoft has agreed to acquire GitHub, the code repository company popular with many software developers, and could announce the deal as soon
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Rupee Rises Above Crucial Level, Hits 1-Month High Against US Dollar: 5 Points

Rupee Rises Above Crucial Level, Hits 1-Month High Against US Dollar: 5 Points

Continuing its recent momentum against the US dollar, the rupee rose to 66 levels against the US dollar today. The
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To Hike Rate Or Not? RBI Panel To Brainstorm For 3 Days

To Hike Rate Or Not? RBI Panel To Brainstorm For 3 Days

Rising inflation and high crude oil prices will weigh on the minds of the six Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) members
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A US Man Was Shot And Killed By Police. A Jury Gave His Family $4

A US Man Was Shot And Killed By Police. A Jury Gave His Family $4

Only three people know exactly what happened in the last seconds of Gregory Hill Jr.'s life: Hill and the two
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Kim Jong Un Reshuffles Military Leadership Ahead Of Trump Summit: US Official

Kim Jong Un Reshuffles Military Leadership Ahead Of Trump Summit: US Official

North Korea's top three military officials have been removed from their posts, a senior U.S. official said on Sunday, a
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Boeing Sees 2-Year Wait For India’s Fighter Jet Order, World’s Biggest

Boeing Sees 2-Year Wait For India’s Fighter Jet Order, World’s Biggest

It could be another two years before India picks the winner of the world's biggest combat aircraft order, according to
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Local manufacturing, cheap prices defeating ban on plastic carry bags in India: Study

Local manufacturing, cheap prices defeating ban on plastic carry bags in India: Study

India has been proactive in framing rules to deal with disposal of plastic waste with even the use of thin
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Mumbai woman shares OTP 28 times, loses Rs 7 lakh

Mumbai woman shares OTP 28 times, loses Rs 7 lakh

This woman could well be the epitome of naivete. A 40-year-old woman from Nerul in Navi Mumbai was cheated of
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Ferrari crashes into flyover rail in Kolkata, businessman dies

Ferrari crashes into flyover rail in Kolkata, businessman dies

The scion of a prominent sanitary ware chain in the city died an excruciatingly painful death inside a luxury car
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I missed Olympic gold in London, it’s all that I want now: Sushil Kumar

I missed Olympic gold in London, it’s all that I want now: Sushil Kumar

Sushil Kumar will consider calling it a day only after winning the elusive gold medal at the Olympics, with Tokyo in 2020
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Improving Djokovic does not look far from his best: Boris Becker

Improving Djokovic does not look far from his best: Boris Becker

It has been two years since Novak Djokovic last won a Grand Slam title. A combination of injuries and loss of form
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Neymar Exclusive: ‘Brazil have come a long way since that Germany game’

Neymar Exclusive: ‘Brazil have come a long way since that Germany game’

Four years ago, a helpless Brazil succumbed to a humiliating 1-7 defeat to Germany in the semifinal of the FIFA
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Chance for Karthik to once again prove his Test credentials

Chance for Karthik to once again prove his Test credentials

For Dinesh Karthik, there couldn’t have been a more opportune time to get a recall into the Indian Test side. Replacing
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National Cancer Survivor Day

National Cancer Survivor Day

Every year, first Sunday of June is celebrated as the National Cancer Survivors Day. This day is celebrated to commemorate
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Microsoft Said to Be in Talks to Buy Code-Repository GitHub

Microsoft Said to Be in Talks to Buy Code-Repository GitHub

Microsoft has reportedly held talks to buy software developer platform GitHub. The San Francisco, California-headquartered GitHub has more than 23 million individual
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China’s Reach, Europe’s Money Meet In Remote Balkan Outpost

China’s Reach, Europe’s Money Meet In Remote Balkan Outpost

A short hike from the fishing village of Brijesta, where the Croatian mainland's rocky coastline across the bay melts into
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Dispute Between Qatar, Neighbours Forging “New” Gulf With No Winners

Dispute Between Qatar, Neighbours Forging “New” Gulf With No Winners

The year-old acrimonious dispute between Qatar and its neighbours is forging a "new" Gulf, potentially transforming what was a stable
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Air India marks 70 years since 1st India-UK flight

Air India marks 70 years since 1st India-UK flight

Air India is marking 70 years since its first flight took off from Mumbai to London in June 1948, which laid
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Centre sets protocol to contain NiV spread

Centre sets protocol to contain NiV spread

In the wake of the second wave of Nipah outbreak in Kozhikode and Malappuram districts of Kerala, the Centre has suggested
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Amol Kale, Dada may have masterminded Gauri killing

Amol Kale, Dada may have masterminded Gauri killing

The Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing the murder of journalist-activist Gauri Lankesh has a strong suspicion that Amol Kale, arrested from
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Squalls cool capital, another may hit today

Squalls cool capital, another may hit today

The mercury levels fell several notches on Saturday after a dust storm struck the capital on Friday night. The maximum temperature fell below 40
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Huddling for survival: monkeys with more social partners can winter better

Huddling for survival: monkeys with more social partners can winter better

Behavioural ecologists studied wild Barbary macaques in Morocco and found that monkeys that had more social partners -- the monkeys
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Technology

Apple Music Embeddable Web Player Widget Now Lets Users Stream Full Songs

Apple Music has always had an online tool to generate widgets that are commonly used by artists to promote their... Read More

Microsoft Said to Have Agreed to Acquire Coding Site GitHub

Microsoft has agreed to acquire GitHub, the code repository company popular with many software developers, and could announce the deal as... Read More

Microsoft Said to Be in Talks to Buy Code-Repository GitHub

Microsoft has reportedly held talks to buy software developer platform GitHub. The San Francisco, California-headquartered GitHub has more than 23 million... Read More

Facebook Kills ‘Trending’ Topics, Tests Breaking News Label

Facebook is shutting down its ill-fated “trending” news section after four years, a company executive told The Associated Press. The... Read More

Editorial

Palestine: The land of ‘Catastrophes’

Responsibility! Is there anyone left in this world who might be willing to take responsibility for the bloodshed they... Read More

Are Demons of Demonetization returning back to India?

On 8th Nov 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced the demonetization of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes.... Read More

Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar: Architect of the Indian Constitution

A prolific student, Indian jurist, economist, politician and social reformer, Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, popularly known as Babasaheb was born... Read More

Jallianwala bagh massacre: Britons at the peak of Barabrity

We’re just a year away from the centenary of Jallianwala Bagh Massacre but the wounds are so deep that... Read More

Everything You Need To Know About Cambridge Analytica Scandal

Cambridge Analytica (CA) is a London bases data analytics and political consulting firm. It was established in 2013 as... Read More

Aadhar Card: A Mechanism To Violate Fundamentals?

Supreme Court in its recent hearing extended the last date for linking the Aadhaar numbers to services like bank... Read More

Articles

Huddling for survival: monkeys with more social partners can winter better

Behavioural ecologists studied wild Barbary macaques in Morocco and found that monkeys that had more social partners — the... Read More

A Major Physics Experiment Just Detected A Particle That Shouldn’t Exist

Scientists have produced the firmest evidence yet of so-called sterile neutrinos, mysterious particles that pass through matter without interacting... Read More

Stuck In the Fear Response? How To Snap Out Of It! – Dr. Alberto Villoldo

Fright, or the startle response, is part of a system that allows us to react instinctively to danger…Fright is... Read More

Thekkae kottaram, a traditional south Kerala homestead

Thekkae kottaram, the ‘Southern Palace’ in the Padmanabhapuram palace complex in Kanyakumari district, Tamil Nadu, is a fine specimen... Read More

Sports

Top 10 things about star Indian footballer we bet you didn’t know

Football is without a doubt the most popular sport on this planet. More than 200 countries have taken up... Read More

Ariya survives rollercoaster round to win US Women’s Open

Ariya Jutanugarn survived a back-nine meltdown to win the 73rd US Women’s Open on Sunday and claim her second... Read More

DeChambeau birdies second extra hole to win Memorial

Bryson DeChambeau birdied the second extra hole to beat South Korea’s An Byeong-hun and capture the biggest title of... Read More

Serena ‘betrayed’ as Sharapova feud fires up French Open

Serena Williams will be fired up to tighten her 14-year grip on Maria Sharapova by a sense of betrayal as the two... Read More

20 years on, Leander’s defeat of Sampras still tingles

Leander Paes was back in the headlines for winning his record 43rd Davis Cup doubles win in India’s amazing 3-2... Read More

Root warns rout of Pakistan can’t ‘paper over cracks’

Joe Root has insisted a dominant win against Pakistan must not be allowed to “paper over the cracks” when it... Read More

R & D

Novel Method Enables Infinite Walking in VR

In the ever-evolving landscape of virtual reality (VR) technology, a number of key hurdles remain. But a team of... Read More

Newly Discovered Planets Could Have Moons Capable of Life

The ongoing pursuit to find life outside of Earth now includes 121 new giant planets that could have habitable... Read More

Surgical Technique Improves Sensation, Control of Prosthetic Limb

Humans can accurately sense the position, speed and torque of their limbs, even with their eyes shut. This sense,... Read More

Iron-Sulfur Cluster Research Offers New Avenues of Investigating Disease

Many important proteins in the human body need iron-sulfur clusters, tiny structures made of iron and sulfur atoms, in... Read More

Entertainment

11 Movies that will make you think again about not to give up

The road to success isn’t easy. There would be many rough patches along the way and a time might... Read More

Restored footage brings Subramania Pillai to life

Previously unseen video footage of legendary mridangam player Palani M. Subramania Pillai, running to eight minutes, has been available... Read More

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey At E3 2018: What We Want And Know

A new Assassin’s Creed game was inevitable; it was only a matter of time before it came along. May’s... Read More

Janet Mock recalls her unpleasant experience with Morgan Freeman

The recent allegations of Hollywood star Morgan Freeman sexually harassing women has shocked many of his fans. Now, American TV host and writer Janet Mock has... Read More

Carry on Jatta 2 Movie Review

Story: An orphan smitten with dreams of going to Canada, Jass (Gippy Grewal) falls for NRI girl Meet (Sonam Bajwa),... Read More

Electronic Arts Teases ‘Anthem’ Reveals for EA Play

EA is promising lots of “Anthem” coverage ahead of E3. In a blog post on Friday morning, the publisher broke down its plans... Read More

Life & Style

6 surprising reasons you’re losing weight but not belly fat!

Despite eating healthy and doing strength and weight exercises, it is sometimes difficult to lose that darn stubborn belly fat.... Read More

The return of the bodysuit

No longer just a supporting inner garment, this chic suit is now a statement piece. Here’s how to style... Read More

Nikita Gill to publish ’empowering’ fairytales

Famous poet and writer Nikita Gill is writing ‘empowering’ retellings of traditional fairytales. Titled Fierce Fairytales & Other Stories to Stir Your Soul, the... Read More

You Could Win a Trip to New Zealand’s Gorgeous Donut Island by Eating Some Donuts

In honor of National Donut Day, Papa John’s is giving away a trip to Donut Island, New Zealand. Yes, the pizza... Read More

Daily Hunt

International day of Innocent Children Victims of Agression

Child abuse statistics in its numerous forms is extremely horrifying. It is very sad truth that the innocent is... Read More

National Cancer Survivor Day

Every year, first Sunday of June is celebrated as the National Cancer Survivors Day. This day is celebrated to... Read More

June 2, 1924 – “Indian Citizenship Act” was signed

On this day in 1924, President Calvin Coolidge signed the Indian Citizenship Act also known as the Snyder Act,... Read More

1 June 1996 — Neelam Sanjiva Reddy, sixth President of India, passed away

The sixth President of India, serving from 1977 to 1982, Neelam Sanjiva Reddy was born on 18 May, 1913, into... Read More

International Day of United Nation Of peacekeepers: Action for Peacekeeping

29 May is observed annually as the International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers to honor the people who lost... Read More

Nandamuri Taraka Rao: The Messiah of the Masses

Nandamuri Taraka Rao, born on 28 May 1923 at Nimmakuru, Krishna in Andhra Pradesh, is one of the best... Read More

Business

Rupee Rises Above Crucial Level, Hits 1-Month High Against US Dollar: 5 Points

Continuing its recent momentum against the US dollar, the rupee rose to 66 levels against the US dollar today.... Read More

To Hike Rate Or Not? RBI Panel To Brainstorm For 3 Days

Rising inflation and high crude oil prices will weigh on the minds of the six Monetary Policy Committee (MPC)... Read More

SBI Raises Lending Rates Up To 8.45%, EMIs Set To Rise; PNB, ICICI Bank Follow

With effect from June 1, country’s largest lender State Bank of India (SBI) raised its marginal cost of funds... Read More

Tax Department Denies Writing Off Rs. 3,000 Crore Corporate Dues

In an apparent volte-face, the Central Board of Direct Taxes has said that figures of ‘write-offs’ of Income Tax... Read More

National

Top highlights of ‘Swachh Survekshan-2018’

Since the inception of new BJP Government in 2014, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been staunchly promoting Swachh Bahart... Read More

Boeing Sees 2-Year Wait For India’s Fighter Jet Order, World’s Biggest

It could be another two years before India picks the winner of the world’s biggest combat aircraft order, according... Read More

Local manufacturing, cheap prices defeating ban on plastic carry bags in India: Study

India has been proactive in framing rules to deal with disposal of plastic waste with even the use of... Read More

Air India marks 70 years since 1st India-UK flight

Air India is marking 70 years since its first flight took off from Mumbai to London in June 1948, which... Read More

Centre sets protocol to contain NiV spread

In the wake of the second wave of Nipah outbreak in Kozhikode and Malappuram districts of Kerala, the Centre has... Read More

Congress Takes First Step For Tie-Up With BSP In Madhya Pradesh

Prepping for the next round of assembly elections later this year, Congress leaders have reached out to Mayawati’s Bahujan... Read More

International

A US Man Was Shot And Killed By Police. A Jury Gave His Family $4

Only three people know exactly what happened in the last seconds of Gregory Hill Jr.’s life: Hill and the... Read More

Kim Jong Un Reshuffles Military Leadership Ahead Of Trump Summit: US Official

North Korea’s top three military officials have been removed from their posts, a senior U.S. official said on Sunday,... Read More

China’s Reach, Europe’s Money Meet In Remote Balkan Outpost

A short hike from the fishing village of Brijesta, where the Croatian mainland’s rocky coastline across the bay melts... Read More

Dispute Between Qatar, Neighbours Forging “New” Gulf With No Winners

The year-old acrimonious dispute between Qatar and its neighbours is forging a “new” Gulf, potentially transforming what was a... Read More