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Unseasonal rain, storm lash parts of Gujarat; 10 dead

Unseasonal rain and dust storm hit several parts of Gujarat, leaving at least 10 people dead and several injured, officials said Wednesday. Rain and...

After I-T raid on Kanimozhi, cash seized from T.T.V. Dhinakaran’s AMMK

Authorities conducted a raid at a store in the Theni Lok Sabha constituency in Tamil Nadu on Tuesday night following inputs about suspected cash,...

Adani coal mine a flashpoint for Australian election

On the main shopping street in the tropical north Australian city of Townsville, dotted with "For Lease" signs, Chrissa Alexion is adamant a planned...

Swiss to support Belt and Road push during president’s China trip

Switzerland will sign an accord backing China's Belt and Road Initiative when President Ueli Maurer visits China this month, cementing ties with a major...

Asian professionals win appeal over settlement rights in UK

A group of Indian and Pakistani professionals on Tuesday (16 April) won their appeal in the UK Court of Appeal against the British government's...

Gujarat BJP MLA to voters: PM Modi has installed cameras in booths

A video has surfaced on social media purportedly showing a Gujarat BJP MLA telling electors Prime Minister Narendra Modi has installed cameras in polling...

Cricketer-turned-politician Sidhu urges Muslims to vote en bloc and defeat Modi

Cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu has stoked controversy by urging Muslim voters of a Lok Sabha constituency in Bihar with sizeable population of the minority...

No more ‘likes’ – Britain’s child privacy push targets social media

Social media giants including Facebook and Instagram could be forced to switch off "like" buttons and geolocation services for children in Britain under a...
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Fire guts Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris

A massive fire consumed Notre-Dame Cathedral on Monday, gutting the roof of the Paris landmark and stunning France and the world, though firefighters saved...

Four in five hemophilia cases undiagnosed in India

Despite improvement in the medical technologies for the treatment of hemophilia, health experts believe that nearly 80 percent of Indians with the serious blood...