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King opens pre-registration for Crash Bandicoot: On the Run for Android and iOS users
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King opens pre-registration for Crash Bandicoot: On the Run for Android and iOS users

The trailer of the game shows that participants will get to throw projectiles at enemies and do some light platforming

Air India sale: Govt's proposed deal to sell national airline sweeter than expected; buyer can recover investment, say analysts
Business

Air India sale: Govt's proposed deal to sell national airline sweeter than expected; buyer can recover investment, say analysts

Given the number of aircraft owned by Air India and its low-cost subsidiary Air India Express, a buyer can recover a major portion of the investment by adopting sale and lease back of airplanes

Yashwant Sinha kick-starts 3,000-km-long Gandhi Shanti Yatra against JNU attacks, CAA, NRC from Gateway of India; will travel through 5 states
Politics

Yashwant Sinha kick-starts 3,000-km-long Gandhi Shanti Yatra against JNU attacks, CAA, NRC from Gateway of India; will travel through 5 states

Former Union minister Yashwant Sinha started a multi-state yatra (march) on Thursday from Gateway of India in Mumbai, seeking repeal of the amended citizenship act and a judicial probe by a sitting Supreme Court judge into "state-sponsored violence" like the one in Delhi's JNU

Chanda Kochhar termination: Bombay High Court seeks RBI reply; next hearing on 18 December
Business

Chanda Kochhar termination: Bombay High Court seeks RBI reply; next hearing on 18 December

Chanda Kochhar had on 30 November moved the Bombay High Court challenging "termination" of her employment by ICICI Bank which also denied her remuneration and clawed back all the bonuses and stock options between April 2009 and March 2018 for her alleged role in granting out of turn loans worth Rs 3,250 crore to the Videocon Group which benefitted her husband Deepak

Urjit Patel resignation: Reticent but independent-minded RBI governor who found his voice
Business

Urjit Patel resignation: Reticent but independent-minded RBI governor who found his voice

Urjit Patel's resignation came just days ahead of the 14 December meeting of the board of RBI that was to take up issues like governance in the central bank.

All you need to know about Bhima Koregaon raids: Supreme Court offers relief to activists but controversy unlikely to die down
India

All you need to know about Bhima Koregaon raids: Supreme Court offers relief to activists but controversy unlikely to die down

Here is all that has happened so far since the police arrested Rao, Gonsalves, Ferreira, Navlakha, and human rights activist and lawyer Sudha Bharadwaj over allegations of Maoist links and for inciting the Bhima Koregaon violence.

JEE Advanced Result 2018: Panchkula's Pranav Goyal tops with 337 out of 360 marks; seat allocation to begin from 15 June
India

JEE Advanced Result 2018: Panchkula's Pranav Goyal tops with 337 out of 360 marks; seat allocation to begin from 15 June

Panchkula boy Pranav Goyal bagged the first rank in the IIT JEE Advanced 2018 scoring 337 marks out of 360.

Syria's Bashar al-Assad threatens force against US-backed Kurds, says Americans should leave the country
World

Syria's Bashar al-Assad threatens force against US-backed Kurds, says Americans should leave the country

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has warned US-backed Kurdish forces he would not hesitate to use force to retake the third of the country they control

HPBOSE Class 10 result 2018 declared: 78.83% students clear exam; Check your score on hpbose.org
India

HPBOSE Class 10 result 2018 declared: 78.83% students clear exam; Check your score on hpbose.org

The Himachal Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (HPBOSE) declared results for Class 10 Board exams today, reports said. The HP Board Class results 218 were declared on its official website hpbose.org

India tops list for flagging inappropriate content on YouTube in 2017's final quarter: A closer look at report
India

India tops list for flagging inappropriate content on YouTube in 2017's final quarter: A closer look at report

India tops the list of countries whose users flagged the most videos on YouTube during the final quarter of 2017 for inappropriate content

In Maharashtra, children of migrant sugarcane field workers are forced to skip half their classes every year
India

In Maharashtra, children of migrant sugarcane field workers are forced to skip half their classes every year

Damini's parents are migrant agricultural labourers, who spend October to March each year traveling between villages cutting sugarcane.

Telugu actress Regina Cassandra reportedly cast opposite Rajkummar Rao in Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga
Entertainment

Telugu actress Regina Cassandra reportedly cast opposite Rajkummar Rao in Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga

Regina Cassandra was reportedly scheduled to maker her Bollywood debut in Aankhien 2 but since the film has been stalled, she has now found a new route to Bollywood.

Bharat Bandh 2018 updates: Death toll rises to 7, five killed in Madhya Pradesh alone; 448 protesters detained in UP
India

Bharat Bandh 2018 updates: Death toll rises to 7, five killed in Madhya Pradesh alone; 448 protesters detained in UP

Protesters squatted on tracks in several places outside Delhi, stopping trains, including the Dehradun Express and the Ranchi Rajdhani, to enforce the Bharat Bandh against the dilution of the SC/ST Act, officials said.

JNUSU polls: ABVP union terms loss a moral victory as student's union emerges second in terms of vote share
Politics

JNUSU polls: ABVP union terms loss a moral victory as student's union emerges second in terms of vote share

The Left alliance may have swept the JNUSU polls, but rivals like the RSS-affiliated ABVP and the Birsa Ambedkar Phule Students' Association (BAPSA) say they have made inroads into its vote share.

Bofors scandal: Public Accounts Committee asks defence ministry for missing files to check CAG compliance
India

Bofors scandal: Public Accounts Committee asks defence ministry for missing files to check CAG compliance

PAC) has asked the Defence Ministry to trace and share with it all missing files related to the Bofors scandal, according to its two members.

Bangladesh navy searches for 81 fishermen still missing after Cyclone Mora
World

Bangladesh navy searches for 81 fishermen still missing after Cyclone Mora

Cyclone Mora, with wind up to 135 kph (85 mph) and heavy rain, hit southeast Bangladesh around Cox's Bazaar and the border with neighboring Myanmar on Tuesday,

Tamil Nadu CM Palaniswami denies media speculations of cabinet reshuffle
India

Tamil Nadu CM Palaniswami denies media speculations of cabinet reshuffle

Denying media reports, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister E Palaniswami, on Saturday, ruled out any reshuffle in the state Cabinet.

Thanjavur, Tiruchirapalli buses go on strike a day before state-wide stir; commuters stranded
India

Thanjavur, Tiruchirapalli buses go on strike a day before state-wide stir; commuters stranded

A section of Tamil Nadu State Transport Corporation employees struck work in Thanjavur and in neighbouring Tiruchirapalli a day ahead of the state-wide stir call by the transport corporations

Donald Trump congratulates France's Emmanuel Macron, looks forward to working with him
World

Donald Trump congratulates France's Emmanuel Macron, looks forward to working with him

US President Donald Trump has congratulated Emmanuel Macron on his "big win" in the French presidential election and said he looks forward to working with him, downplaying the tacit support he had offered to the centrist leader's main rival Marine Le Pen ahead of the polls.

Ramjas College clash: Young Gurmehar Kaur had enough, but it is a war the Right is not going to win
India

Ramjas College clash: Young Gurmehar Kaur had enough, but it is a war the Right is not going to win

It’s a war the Right is never going to win. Young Gurmehar Kaur may have withdrawn from the current battle but she should rest assured of this: There will be many more 20-year-olds speaking up for what they think is correct and the country is never going to run short of such spirited people.