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17 June, 2018 10:17 AM World Cup 2018: Did Homework On Lionel Messi's Penalties, Says Iceland's Goalkeeper

Hannes Halldorsson said that the draw against Argentina felt like a win for Iceland "I did some homework because I knew this was a situation that could come up. It was a long shot but it happened," said the Man of the Match. "I looked at a lot of penalties from Messi and I also looked at how I've been behaving during the last couple of penalties," Halldorsson 33

16 June, 2018 3:27 AM Key moments from Friday’s FIFA World Cup matches

>> Ronaldo scored the first hat-trick of the 2018 World Cup and grabbed his side a point in a thrilling 3-3 draw with Spain. >> Despite a 33 p.c. possession Portugal was able to draw against Spain (67 p.c. possession) >> For Spain Diego Costa scored at the 24th and 55th minute of the match while Nacho scored in the 58th minute. >> Uruguay's Jose Gimenez 35

15 June, 2018 7:29 PM ‘Demonetisation pushed up income tax collections’

Principal Chief Commissioner inaugurates Ayakar Seva Kendra, MSTU The IT collections in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana have been buoyant during 2017-18 and the target for the current financial year has been set at ₹60,845 crore as against the collections of ₹49,772 crore during last year, Principal Chief Commissioner of IT (A.P. & Telangana) Shyama Prasad 35

15 June, 2018 6:19 PM Online fraudsters arrested in Khammam

Duped credit card-holders into revealing security details The Khammam three-town police busted a five-member gang of online fraudsters accused of duping several credit card and debit card holders, conducting fraudulent transactions after tricking users into revealing security details of bank accounts. A police team nabbed the five, all hailing from Kadapa 39

14 June, 2018 10:34 AM Farmers distribute mango free of cost to protest steep fall in prices

People visiting the Deputy Commissioner’s office and other government offices as well as courts at the DC Office complex in Kolar have a gift for them. They are getting mangoes of different varieties free of cost. The district unit of Karnataka Rajya Raitha Sangha (KRRS) led the free distribution o n Thursday to register its protest against steep fall in prices 26

12 June, 2018 2:17 PM Himmanshoo A Malhotra’s new chat show Share and Grow Spotlight is out!

MUMBAI: Here is why you cannot afford to miss actor Himmanshoo Ashok Malhotra’s brand-new chat show, Share and Grow Spotlight. Away from the clutter of mundane and similar chat shows, this show comes as a breath of fresh air with its newer talent and an innovative format. The first guest on the weekly show was Chitrashi Rawat, who essayed the role of Komal 44

11 June, 2018 5:16 PM Passenger vehicles drive in fast lane, May sales rise 20%

Demand robust across segments including cars, vans: SIAM Passenger vehicle sales in India rose almost 20% in May, driven by strong sales across segments, including utility vehicles, cars and vans, registering a second consecutive month of robust sales. According to data released by the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM), passenger vehicle 33

9 June, 2018 12:13 PM Kaala Box Office Collection: How Rajinikanth's Film Fared So Far

Kaala has performed noticeably well at the theatres abroad. Rajinikanth's Kaalamay not have had an overtly great start but the Thalaiva never fails to impress. Kaala, which primarily released in Tamil, has garnered a sum of Rs 3 crores in two days in Chennai, tweeted trade analyst Ramesh Bala. The film has also performed noticeably well at the theatres 108

8 June, 2018 4:37 PM Anand stops Karjakin, finishes joint second

Viswanathan Anand signed off in great style when he tamed Sergey Karjakin to finish joint second in the Norway chess tournament here on Thursday. Fabiano Caruana, the conqueror of Anand in the previous round, had his share of luck on way to a title-deciding victory over Wesley So. Caruana took the winner’s share of 75,000 euros for what was his third 38

8 June, 2018 2:29 AM Council poll candidate booked for using counterfeit stamps

D.K. Tulasappa is contesting as Independent from South-West Teachers’ segment India Post on Wednesday filed a case with the Seshadripuram police in Bengaluru against D.K. Tulasappa of Bhadravati, Independent candidate contesting the elections to the Karnataka Legislative Council from the South-West Teachers’ constituency, accusing him of using counterfeit 27