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4 mins ago

IIT-Madras graduate arrested in case of Harley Davidson theft

A man who allegedly stole a Harley Davidson bike on the pretext of trial run from a showroom in Banjara Hills in Hyderabad, was arrested in Mumbai on Friday and has turned out to be an IIT-Chennai graduate, police said. #Harley Davidson #iit madras #India #NewsTracker #theft

7 mins ago

In a first, President ‘Mukherjee Sir’ takes Political History class at Raisina Hill on Teachers’ Day eve

It was an unique experience for 60 students at Dr Rajendra Prasad Sarvodaya Vidyalaya in Delhi when the first citizen of the country, 'Mukherjee Sir' on Friday took a class on Political History, first ever by any President, spanning across incidents of his life to contemporary politics. #India #Mukherjee Si #Mukherjee Sir #NewsTracker #President #President Pranab Mukherjee #Teacher's Day

23 mins ago

Peter Mukerjea questioned for third consecutive day: Here are the latest developments in Sheena Bora murder case

With the next court hearing scheduled for Saturday, Mumbai police on Thursday were engaged in a multi-pronged probe to ascertain the motive behind the killing of Sheena Bora. #Indrani Mukerjea #Mumbai Police #NewsTracker #Peter Mukerjea #Sheena Bora #Sheena Bora murder case #Siddhartha Das

23 mins ago

Women are here to stay: HC allows permanent commission for women in Navy

In a major relief for women naval officers, Delhi High Court on Friday allowed a bunch of pleas seeking permanent commission for them in the force, saying "sexist bias and service bias" would not be allowed to block progress of women. #India #Indian Navy #NewsTracker #Pension #Permanent Commission for Women #Short service Commission

29 mins ago

Aylan Kurdi’s death is just the tip of the iceberg: Why doesn’t the Arab Muslim world step up?

The reasons for the refugee exodus from the West Asia are obvious: the anarchic , unsafe conditions in much of the reason and the abdication by the West of its moral responsibility in and towards the region. #Aylan Kurdi #Ayn al-Arab #Kobani #Martyrs' Ceremony #Migrants #NewsTracker #Syria #Syrian toddler #Turkish beach

56 mins ago

Iran will be a difficult game for us, says India football coach Constantine

As the beleaguered Indian football team gets ready to face Iran in what is touted to be its most difficult outing in the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, chief coach Stephen Constantine says he wants to "give fans "something to cheer about". #football #India #Iran #KickingAround #Sports #Stephen Constantine

Sep 4, 2015

DNA tests reveal Bangkok bomber remains at large: Thai police

Thai police on Friday announced DNA tests revealed a foreign man arrested near the Cambodia border is not the yellow-shirted Erawan shrine bomber, but was "definitely involved in the bombing". #Bangkok bomb blast #DNA test #NewsTracker #Thailand #World

Sep 4, 2015

Paes-Verdasco, Mirza-Hingis cruise into second round of US Open

Country's top doubles players, Leander Paes and Sania Mirza made it to the second round of the US Open with straight sets win in their respective events, here. #Fernansdo #Leander Paes #Martina Hingis #Sania Mirza #Sports #Tennis #US Open 2015