Britain's Prince William,top centre, sits next to his wife Kate, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry applaud

India's Jitu Rai (right) and Gurpal celebrate after winning gold and silver medals respectively in the 50m Pistol event

Moeen Ali likely to face disciplinary action for wearing 'Save Gaza' wristband (Photo: AP)

Gagan Narang won silver medal in the men’s 50m rifle prone

People rush to fill fuel in their vehicles during curfew relaxation in Saharanpur on Monday. — PTI

Students shout slogans against the introduction of CSAT in the civil services. PTI

HC directs CID probe, FIR against TMC’s Tapas Pal

Shreyasi Singh (Left ) won silver in Women's Double Trap while Asab Mohd won Bronze in Men's Double trap


UPSC row will be resolved in a week: Rajnath Singh

The Centre said on Monday that the row over the UPSC Civil Services Aptitude Test will be resolved within a week.


Fist bumps cleaner than handshakes

Fist bumps may be a more hygienic greeting than shaking hands, according to a new study which found that germ transfer was 90 per cent lower when bumping fists than during a handshake.


ICC warn Moeen Ali against repeat of Gaza protest

England's Moeen Ali has been warned by world cricket chiefs not to wear wristbands declaring his support for the people of Gaza again during international matches.


UP: Crack down hard, or trouble will spread

The festering communal situation in Saharanpur, in western Uttar Pradesh, in which three people were killed on Saturday and around three dozen others seriously injured, brings to mind the ghastly communal violence in Muzaffarnagar, also in the same region, just over a year ago whose polarising political impact was felt across UP — and possibly beyond — in the runup to the Lok Sabha election.

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