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Euros was an amazing experience: Gudjohnsen

Eidur Smari Gudjohnsen

The fourth official stood on the touchline with his cards next to a nervous 17-year-old with dirty blond hair, awaiting a break in play so that Iceland could make their substitution.

Spectrum auction to take place during end of September

Setting at rest reports that the spectrum auction might be pushed by a few days to coincide with the period considered auspicious by Hindus, as requested by the telecom industry, the Union government

Looking forward to challenge, says Saketh Myneni

Saketh Myneni

After coming close to a maiden Grand Slam appearance twice earlier this season, Saketh Myneni earned his space in the main draw at the final Slam of the year with a convincing 6-3, 6-0 win over Serbai

Invaluable experience at Rio: Aditi Ashok

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Aditi means limitless or boundless and true to her name, Aditi Ashok has changed the face of women’s golf in the country with her impressive show at the Rio Olympics.

Ramya won’t say sorry for ‘Pakistan not hell’ remark

Caught in an ugly controversy over her remarks that “Pakistan is not hell, people there are just like us”, actress and Congress politician Ramya stuck to her views and ruled out any apology.

Charged with sedition, actor Ramya says ‘won’t apologise’ for Pak comment

Actor-turned-politician Ramya (Photo: DC file)

The 33-year-old actor was slapped with a sedition case after she said ‘Pakistan is not hell’.

Amnesty row: ABVP protesters clash with cops

Students protest against Amnesty International India for organising an alleged anti-India event in Hubballi. (Photo: PTI)

A protest by members of the Akhil Bharat Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), demanding the immediate arrest of those who shouted anti-national slogans and the organisers of Broken Families event on Saturday, t

Higher prices curb gold sales, jewellers await festivals

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Physical gold sales remained sluggish in Asia this week as higher prices kept buyers at bay, but appetite for the precious metal is expected to pick up with upcoming festive seasons in top markets Ind

Rain reduces Bengaluru to sludgy mess

A view of the flooded locality of Kodichikkanhalli following incessant rains in Bengaluru. (Photo: PTI)

Incessant heavy rain since last night crippled normal life in several parts of the city on Friday, leaving in its wake waterlogged roads, flooded houses and severe traffic jams.

The tone and tenor of the Prime Minister’s Independence Day speech, addressing the nation from the ramparts of Red Fort on August 15, indicated fairly that the Government of India had made up its mind

Since Mamata Banerjee says she will not attend Mother Teresa’s September 4 canonisation in Rome as part of India’s official delegation but as a guest of the Missionaries of Charity and will sit with t