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Gurbaj Singh axed from Europe tour for disciplinary issues

Indian hockey midfielder  Gurbaj Singh

Senior midfielder Gurbaj Singh has been dropped for the upcoming Europe tour, following reports of indiscipline.

Govt spent over Rs 32 crore on yoga day event

The government spent over Rs 32 crore on organising the first International Yoga Day which was celebrated on June 21.

Gold spurts Rs 350 on retail buying

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Gold prices jumped Rs 350 to close at Rs 25,400 per 10 grams at the bullion market

Supreme Court: Nothing wrong in gods’ pictures in ads

The Supreme Court on Friday said that there is nothing wrong in businessmen using picture of gods in their products for commercial use.

Defence exports to 22 nations

Indian defence public sector and private companies have exported a whole range of defence equipment to as many as 22 foreign countries in the past one year.

Supreme Court: Faith won’t vanish if no hijab for exam

The Supreme Court on Friday made it clear that faith in one’s own religion will not disappear if you appear in an examination without a scarf for a few hours.

Singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan to appear before ED on August 6

Pakistani Sufi singer Rahat Fateh Ali khan is all set to appear before the enforcement directorate on August 6 in connection with the agency’s investigations pertaining to the alleged violation of the

Farmer suicides: Left sees diversion in love-affair data

The Opposition parties slammed the Union agriculture minister for being insensitive

Delhi Court seeks clarification from police

“How has chief minister Arvind Kejriwal’s remark ‘thulla’ that he used for the policemen during an

Parliament stalemate: BJP attack on Rahul Gandhi and Robert Vadra

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi waves to supporters during his padyatra in Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh. -PTI

The BJP leaders’ attack on Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi and brother-in-law Robert Vadra has ensured the continuance of the stalemate in Parliament next week.

Eleven-year-old Lachimi has no time to play with friends, enjoy leisure, study or even do homework.

While not always tilting at windmills, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal continues his confrontation with the Centre, which he has accused of creating hurdles for his government and ruling the capi