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Brian Austin Green spotted wearing ring after Megan Fox split Sep 5, 11:04 am
Washington D.C., Sept 5 (ANI): After weeks into Megan Fox filing for divorce, Brian Austin Green was pictured wearing his wedding ring at a grocery store in Los Angeles.
Principal suspended for strip-searching 12 girls in Karnataka Sep 5, 10:50 am
Mandya (Karnataka), Sept.5 (ANI): A school principal in Mandya district of Karnataka was suspended for strip-searching 12 girls in a classroom after one of the students lost Rs 100.
'Sarcastic' Johnny Depp says `I killed my dogs and ate them` Sep 5, 10:26 am
Washington D.C., Sept 5 (ANI): Amidst the ongoing Australian Dog Deportation Drama, Johnny Depp has made a sarky remark about killing his dogs, Boo and Pistol, and eating them.
`Traditionalist` Caitlyn Jenner tepid about gay marriage Sep 5, 8:48 am
Washington D.C, Sept 5 (ANI): Caitlyn Jenner may be an influential personality in the LGBTQ community now, but once upon a time she was opposed to gay marriages and now she's just "ok" with it.
Mumbai, Sept 5 (ANI): Music director Aadesh Shrivastava, who was battling a cancer relapse, passed away at 12:30 am here today, a day after he turned 49.
Delhi: Two killed in road accident near Moti Bagh flyover Sep 4, 11:35 pm
New Delhi, Sept. 4 (ANI): Two people were killed when a DTC bus rammed into a motorcycle near Moti Bagh flyover here on Friday night.
Mumbai Police recovers car used in Sheena Bora's murder Sep 4, 11:35 pm
Mumbai, Sept. 4 (ANI): The Mumbai Police recovered the hired car in which Sheena Bora was murdered and her body transported to be dumped in the Raigarh forest.
Growing popularity of smart phone apps in India Sep 4, 11:35 pm
New Delhi, Sept. 4 (ANI): Smart phone apps are making Indians smarter. These apps have penetrated everyone's personal space. From delving in vanity-laden selfies to ordering pizzas via phone, these apps have become the first choice of a smart phone user today. Interestingly, smart phone usage is rising in India. Going by the figures of industry body - Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI), total internet user base in India has reached 352 million as of June 30, 2015.
Flood situation remains grim in Assam Sep 4, 11:34 pm
Jorhat, Sept. 4 (ANI): The flood situation in Assam remained grim as 26 died in a fresh round of flooding and hundreds of thousands of people remain displaced.
Three get 20 years jail term for raping Japanese tourist Sep 4, 11:34 pm
Jaipur, Sept. 4 (ANI): In Rajasthan, three people accused of raping a Japanese tourist on the Jaipur-Ajmer National Highway in February this year were sentenced to 20 years imprisonment by a court on Friday here.
I am not meeting anti-social elements, says Omar after accusing Govt. of spying on him Sep 4, 8:50 pm
Srinagar, Sept. 4 (ANI): Reiterating his allegation that Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)-led Government in Jammu and Kashmir was spying on him, former chief minister Omar Abdullah on Friday rejected the explanation that it was a routine security measure to keep an eye on anti-social elements saying that it was obvious that he had no intention of meeting anti-social elements.
IOC pledges to donate USD 2m to help ease migrant crisis Sep 4, 6:57 pm
London, Sep 04 (ANI): Extending a helping hand to distressed refugees, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Friday pledged to donate two million dollars to help ease the burgeoning humanitarian crisis in Europe.
PDP accuses Omar of indulging in meaningless tweets Sep 4, 6:10 pm
New Delhi, Sept.4 (ANI): People's Democratic Party spokesman and Youth President Waheed-urRehman Para on Friday said former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah was indulging only in meaningless tweets to attract media attention.
Noida (U.P.), Sept.4 (ANI): The Noida-based Amity University and Mumbai-based Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Institute Limited, today inked an MoU to launch online programmes in global financial markets at University Campus, Sector-125, Noida.
No compensation for injured of Chennai-Mangalore Express derailment, says MoS Railways Sep 4, 5:59 pm
New Delhi, Sept. 4 (ANI): The government on Friday refused to give compensation to the 39 passengers injured in the Chennai-Mangalore Express train derailment that took place near Tamil Nadu's Cuddalore District.
Omar accuses PDP-BJP Govt. of spying on him Sep 4, 5:45 pm
Srinagar, Sept. 4 (ANI): Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister and National Conference (NC) leader Omar Abdullah on Friday accused the Mufti Mohammed Sayeed-led People' Democratic Party (PDP) -Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Government of spying on him.
IRCTC's Rail Neer bottle to get a new look Sep 4, 5:45 pm
New Delhi, Sept. 4 (ANI): The Rail Neer bottle, the hugely popular packaged water with railway travellers, is getting a facelift that will be sleeker in design, longer in shape, a bit thinner and more curvaceous at the top for a better grip.
WhatsApp reaches 900M Monthly Users globally Sep 4, 5:45 pm
Washington D C, Sep. 4 (ANI): Facebook-owned WhatsApp has crossed 900 million monthly active users.
Jammu, Sept. 4 (ANI): People's Democratic Party leader Abhijeet Jasrotia said on Friday that the state government was just too busy trying to bring Jammu and Kashmir back on track to take time out to spy on former chief minister Omar Abdullah.
Google's new feature brings 'fun facts' Sep 4, 4:27 pm
Washington D. C., Sept. 4 (ANI): Google has released a new feature on its search engine that presents the users with some random 'fun facts'.
New Delhi, Sept.4 (ANI): ONGC Videsh Limited signed definitive agreements to acquire up to 15 percent shares in CSJC Vankorneft, a company organized under the law of Russian Federation which is the owner of Vankor Field and NorthVankor license.
London, Sept.4 (ANI): England skipper Eoin Morgan has admitted that his side was 'a long way off ' from becoming world champions. He said this following their 59-run defeat against Australia in the first one day international of the five-match series in Southampton.
New Delhi, Sept. 4 (ANI): Responding to the cancellation of the registration of Greenpeace India under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) by the government, Greenpeace activist Priya Pillai on Friday said the suspension would have no impact on Greenpeace.
Washington D.C. Sept. 4 (ANI): Karlie Kloss recently confessed that she was very self-conscious and shy when she was in school.
Anne Hathaway feels she's experiencing `Hollywood`s ageism` Sep 4, 2:36 pm
Melbourne, Sept. 4 (ANI): Anne Hathaway believes that she is getting old in the movie business and is already losing roles to the young generation's actors.
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