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18 July, 2018 2:36 AM 1 Dead, 3 Injured After Building Collapses In Gujarat's Bharuch

The building fell down on Tuesday night. A building collapsed in Gujarat's Bharuch, nearly 200 km from Ahmedabad on Tuesday night. One person died and three have been injured after the building fell down. More details are awaited on the incident. On the same night, two buildings collapsed in Greater Noida near Delhi after a six-storey under-construction 34

17 July, 2018 7:25 PM Noida Building Collapse Updates: Disaster Relief Teams Have Reached Spot

A team of the National Disaster Response Force has been called in from neighbouring Ghaziabad to help in the search and rescue operations, along with the police, which is trying to control the crowd. A six-storey under-construction fell on top of a four-storey in Greater Noida near Delhi on Tuesday. Eighteen families lived in the four-storey building 37

16 July, 2018 10:50 PM AAP Demands CBI Probe In Punjab Drug Nexus

The AAP is planning to launch a special drive against drugs and special groups would be formed to nab the people involved in the trade of narcotics. The Aam Aadmi Party's Punjab unit on Monday said the Congress government in the state lacked the will to destroy the nexus between drug lords, police and political bigwigs, and demanded a CBI inquiry into the drug trade 78

16 July, 2018 2:25 PM AAP hits out at Delhi Police over girl's death at police post, asks Rajnath Singh to fix responsibility

The ruling Aam Aadmi Party said today the alleged suicide of a 17-year-old girl at a police post in West Delhi was a "custodial death" and urged Home Minister Rajnath Singh to fix responsibility of Delhi Police officials on duty there. Delhi Police is "clearly at fault", senior AAP leader Atishi Marlena said, questioning why the minor girl was at the Tilak 46

16 July, 2018 5:34 AM As 2 Families Fought At Police Station, Delhi Teen Hung Herself

A fight broke out between the families of the girl and her friend at the neighbourhood in Tilak Vihar in west Delhi. A 17-year-old girl allegedly hung herself inside a police station in Delhi on Sunday morning, hours after she walked in with an SOS that her family would beat her up for her friendship with a 21-year-old neighbour. Two policemen have been suspended 40

16 July, 2018 4:10 AM Anushka Sharma Hearts This Pic With Virat Kohli (We're Not Crying, You're Crying)

Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli's latest picture is all you want to see today. Yes, it will drive away your Monday blues too. A loved-up Instagram post was shared by Anushka Sharma all the way from England, where Virat and team India are currently playing an ODI series. In the picture, Anushka hugs Virat from the back. She posted the picture with a heart 47

14 July, 2018 5:17 AM Bhopal Model Held Hostage By Stalker Says Agreed To Marriage Under Threat

A 12-hour hostage situation in Bhopal ended yesterday after the woman had agreed to marry Rohit. A woman who had been taken hostage by her stalker at gunpoint has said she had agreed to marrying the man only because he threatened to kill her. The hostage-taker - a casting director - and the hostage - a model - had told the police they want to marry 62

11 July, 2018 2:47 PM Indian-owned Hero Cycles Revives 110-year-old Classic British Cycling Brand Viking

Indian-owned bike manufacturer Hero Cycles is breathing fresh life into one of Britain's most famous bike brands - Viking. Hero Cycles, the world's biggest bicycle manufacturer by volume, is following fellow Indian companies by buying up much loved British manufacturing power brands such as Royal Enfield and Jaguar Land Rover. Hero Cycles bought the 110-year-old 26

11 July, 2018 8:52 AM Govt to administer polio drops to children of migrants from Nepal, Pakistan and Bangladesh

India has maintained polio-free status for over seven years as the last case of poliomyelitis was reported in January 2011. In its effort to maintain a polio-free India, the government is planning to tap children of migrants arriving from Nepal, Pakistan and Bangladesh and administer them with polio drops, according to a Mint report. India has maintained 30

11 July, 2018 8:50 AM China's biggest bank corruption criminal repatriated from United States

A Chinese man who embezzled $485 million from his employer in the biggest bank corruption case in China's history was repatriated on Wednesday by US authorities, the country's anti-graft agency said. China's widely-publicised "Sky Net" operations to bring home overseas fugitives suspected of corruption and economic crimes are a key plank of President 38