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Untreated sewage from Varthur Lake spills out on Bangalore roads Apr 29, 9:15 pm
Bangalore, Apr. 29 (ANI): Huge quantities of white froth spouted from the Varthur Lake in Bangalore on Tuesday morning and spilled on to the roads, causing a traffic jam.
Man U overtake City as highest PL wage payers to players Apr 23, 12:13 pm
Johannesburg, Apr 23 (ANI): Manchester United have surpassed local rivals Manchester City in the Premier League table in terms of salary paid to their players.
Would you drink this beer brewed from 'human waste'? Apr 22, 3:15 pm
London, April 22 (ANI): Soon there could be a beer in the market brewed from human sewage.
AAP's show cause notice 'a pre-scripted drama': Yogendra Yadav Apr 20, 6:22 pm
New Delhi, Apr. 20 (ANI): Ousted Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Yogendra Yadav on Sunday dubbed the show cause notice issued to him by the party a "pre-scripted drama" where the outcome is already decided and well-known.
New Delhi, Apr. 18 (ANI): The chief of banned terror outfit Jamaat-ud-Dawa's (JuD) Hafiz Saeed has said that his organization supports the "Pakistani army in their effort to help the people of Kashmir who do not have freedom".
Hamsik sparkles as Napoli thrash Wolfsburg 4-1 in Europa League first-leg quarterfinal tie Apr 17, 11:39 am
London, Apr 17 (ANI): Marek Hamsik produced a stellar performance on Thursday night as he helped Napoli thrash their German counterparts Wolfsburg 4-1 in the first leg of their Europa League quarterfinal tie at Volkswagen Arena.
Seattle boss raises employees' minimum wage to $70,000 a year Apr 15, 1:51 pm
New York, April 15 (ANI): The idea was conceived when Dan Price, the founder of Gravity Payments, read an article that claimed income directly affected one's emotional health, to a certain extent and that for people who earned less than 70,000 dollars, a little extra money made a big difference in their lives.
New Delhi, Apr 13 (ANI): Kings XI Punjab survived a late scare by Harbhajan Singh as they sealed their first win of the eighth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) with an 18-run win over Mumbai Indians on Sunday at Wankhede Stadium.
Wellington, April 6 (ANI): Mercedes-Benz has hogged all the limelight in the World Car Awards at the New York Auto Show this year by bagging three top awards, a report said.
Biography says 'reclusive' Taliban leader Mullah Omar has charisma and a funny bone too Apr 6, 10:15 am
London, April 6 (ANI): According to a biography published by the Afghan Taliban of Mullah Mohammed Omar, the "reclusive" leader who has waged several wars on foreign forces in the past, is "charismatic," calm, has a "special sense of humour" and never loses either his temper or courage.
Is RiRi dropping new album soon? Mar 26, 10:32 am
Washington, Mar 26(ANI): The trend of surprisingly dropping a new album is catching up with all the musicians and Rihanna seems to have joined the band wagon.
Uber now testing electric cars in Chicago Mar 16, 11:10 am
Washington, March 16 (ANI): Uber is reportedly using a fleet of electric cars as part of a new test program in Chicago, a report said.
Hamilton dismisses talks of one mln pounds-a-week wages demand as `biggest piece of rubbish` Mar 13, 3:36 pm
London, Mar 13 (ANI): Formula One defending champion Lewis Hamilton has dismissed the talks of him asking for one million pounds-a-week wages in his new Mercedes contract as 'the biggest piece of rubbish', while insisting that nothing is going to distract him from winning the title again, including new contract discussions.
Simon Taufel claims can see a day in future when umpires will consider wearing helmets for safety Mar 8, 1:49 pm
Wellington, Mar 08 (ANI): Although the subject of umpire safety has failed to receive a great deal of attention, former leading cricket umpire Simon Taufel has claimed that he can see a day in the future when umpires would consider wearing helmets or other protective gears in order to save themselves from the dangers of being exposed to an increasing number of powerful bats and hard-hitting batsmen.
Johannesburg, Mar 05 (ANI): Australia cricket team captain Michael Clarke has claimed that it is possible for a batsman to crack the seemingly impossible 300-run barrier in ODI, predicting that someone like David Warner, Chris Gayle or AB de Villiers might do so.
New Delhi, March 4 (ANI): Kings XI Punjab co-owner Preity Zinta and Virender Sehwag recently launched the new jersey of their team at an event held in Mumbai.
Maggie Smith to depart 'Downton Abbey' at end of season 6 Mar 3, 11:29 am
Wellington, Mar 3 (ANI): Maggie Smith, the Oscar-winning actress who ruled 'Downton Abbey' as the Dowager Countess Violet Crawley, has announced that she will leave the show after its sixth season.
Kim Jong-un orders army to prepare for war with US to 'tear to pieces stars and stripes' Mar 1, 1:29 pm
London, March 01 (ANI): North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, in a reference to wage a war against the United States, has told the country's army to train so they can "tear to pieces the stars and stripes".
Sehwag believes India 'capable' of defending World Cup title Feb 24, 3:29 pm
Dubai, Feb 24 (ANI): Indian big-hitting opener Virender Sehwag believes that Mahendra Singh Dhoni's men have peaked at the right moment and possess the capability to defend their World Cup title.
Washington, Feb 23 (ANI): Patricia Arquette got really serious while giving her win speech for bagging Best Supporting Actress at the ongoing 87th Oscars.
173 Indian prisoners return home after release from Pakistan Feb 17, 11:43 am
Wagah Border (Punjab), Feb. 17 (ANI): One hundred and seventy three Indians, most of them fishermen, who were imprisoned in Pakistan, returned home via the Wagah Border in Punjab on Tuesday.
Pak to release 173 Indian prisoners Feb 16, 6:12 pm
Islamabad, Feb. 16 (ANI): Pakistan on Monday announced that it will release 173 Indian prisoners via the Wagah Border.
Kinnaur (Himachal Pradesh), Feb.14 (ANI): Over 1300 tribal labourers staged a protest march against a hydropower firm in Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh, over a demand for better wages, shelter and compensation.
Hinting at India, Pak asks 'external actors' to not interfere in Afghanistan's internal matters Feb 12, 11:52 am
Karachi, Feb 12 (ANI): Pakistan has reportedly stressed on the need to forge a regional consensus among the "external actors" to follow a policy of non-interference in Afghanistan's internal matters, fearing that its territory may be used to wage a proxy-war, especially by India, in the post-U.S. withdrawal period.
West Bengal: Tea garden workers go on hunger strike Feb 6, 10:00 am
Darjeeling, Feb. 6 (ANI): Tea garden workers in the Terai region here are on a two-day hunger strike in protest against their low minimum wages.
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