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Special Beating Retreat Ceremony held at Wagah border  Jan 26, 6:38 pm
Amritsar, Jan. 26 (ANI): A special Beating Retreat Ceremony took place on Monday at the Wagah Border here on the occasion of the 66th Republic Day.
'Indian Idol 6' winner Vipul Mehta launches 'Vande Mataram' single as tribute   Jan 26, 9:44 am
New Delhi, Jan 26 (ANI): The winner of Indian Idol 6, Vipul Mehta, has launched his new single 'Vande Mataram' to pay tribute to the Armed Forces of India at the Wagah border in Amritsar.
Tribals become landholders, get help from Eklavya Sanghatan  Jan 24, 9:07 am
Vadodara, January 24 (ANI) Bhavsingh Rathwa owns a house in Kevdi Village, Taluka Chotta Udaipur in the Vadodara district of Gujarat. He was jobless and insecure, and family in tow, would wander around the neighboring towns in search of livelihood. They would spend days in Ahmedabad, Nadiad, and Anand - without knowing where the next day would take them. The family worked as daily-wage labourers, taking up any job that came their way.
India bans WAGs, Pak calls for no social media use in bid to minimise distractions at WC  Jan 22, 11:55 am
Wellington, Jan 22 (ANI): In an attempt to minimise distractions at the Cricket World Cup that starts newt month, defending champions India have banned WAGs, while Pakistan has called for no social media for their players.
Gold worth millions of dollars can be found in sewage sludge  Jan 20, 3:56 pm
Washington, Jan. 20 (ANI): Scientists have recently revealed that metals including gold, silver worth millions of dollars can be found in sewage sludge.
Pak to act against only those banned militant groups that have waged war against state  Jan 12, 10:54 am
Karachi, Jan 12 (ANI): Only a handful of the 72 organisations that have been declared "proscribed" are likely to face any clampdown from the Pakistani government as it has decided to target only those groups that have taken up arms against the state, sources in the interior ministry said.
Karnataka's oil rake wagon catches fire  Jan 10, 4:59 pm
Belagavi (Karnataka), Jan. 10 (ANI): An oil rake wagon filled with Indian Oil fuel caught fire in Karnataka's Belagavi District on Saturday.
Alleged mastermind of Wagah border attack killed by police in Pakistan   Jan 10, 4:31 pm
Karachi, Jan 10 (ANI): The alleged mastermind of Wagah border attack and Lahore chief of the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Roohullah alias Asadullah has been killed in the provincial capital's Burki Road area along with two associates, said sources in law enforcement and intelligence agencies.
Islamabad cops say IS invite by Lal Masjid, Jamia Hafsa tantamount to 'waging war' against Pak  Jan 9, 1:59 pm
Karachi, Jan 09 (ANI): A report prepared by the Islamabad police has reportedly termed a video message by students of Jamia Hafsa, in which they invited Islamic State (IS) chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi to Pakistan to avenge the 2007 military raid on Lal Masjid, as an act of "waging war" against the state, a report said.
Temporary aberrations on Delhi-Lahore bus service will be sorted out: MEA  Jan 7, 5:16 pm
Gandhinagar, Jan. 7 (ANI): In the wake of Pakistan restricting the Delhi-Lahore bus service to the Wagah border, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Wednesday said that it was for Islamabad to decide as to what is in their best interest in terms of their security, adding that temporary aberrations if any will be sorted out.
Tendulkar, Sehwag features in Hayden's World Cup XI   Dec 20, 6:20 pm
Johannesburg, December 20 (ANI): Legendary Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar and swashbuckling opener Virender Sehwag have been named in the former Australian batsman Matthew Hayden's list of all-time greatest ever World Cup XI.
Lara brands Wasim Akram 'fastest, best bowler' he ever faced   Dec 17, 2:11 pm
Karachi, Dec 17 (ANI): West Indies legend Brian Lara has branded former Pakistani bowling great as the fastest and the best bowler he ever faced during his illustrious international career spanning 17 years.
Sony email hack reveals J Law is victim of gender pay gap  Dec 13, 12:55 pm
London, Dec 13 (ANI): The latest emails hacked by a group called Guardians of Democracy from Sony Pictures have revealed that Jennifer Lawrence is a victim of the gender pay gap.
Scientists still working to find lifespan of Ebola virus   Dec 11, 10:18 am
Washington, Dec 11 (ANI): Scientists have been trying to figure out how long the deadly Ebola virus can survive, however they haven't been able to many answers so far.
Obamas' personal chef Sam Kass done with cooking at White House  Dec 9, 4:14 pm
London, Dec 9 (ANI): Sam Kass, the Chicagoan who became the Obama family personal chef when they lived in Kenwood and followed them to the White House, is leaving the White House to be with his wife, the MSNBC political analyst Alex Wagner, in New York.
Damien Fleming feels India will have best chance to beat Oz in Adelaide Test   Dec 6, 1:04 pm
Sydney, Dec 06 (ANI): Former Australia seamer Damien Fleming believes that the Adelaide pitch would deny the home side's pace attack to trouble India's top-order and give the tourists the best chance of grabbing a win in the first Test.
Volkswagen Group mulling making foray into F1   Dec 5, 2:40 pm
London, Dec 05 (ANI): Germany car making company the Volkswagen Group is reportedly conducting a possibility study into a potential Formula One entry.
Amla says Proteas will not underestimate 'explosive' Windies ahead of three-Test series  Dec 3, 10:36 am
Johannesburg, Dec 03 (ANI): South Africa cricket team captain Hashim Amla has said that they would not underestimate West Indies, as the tourists gear up for a three-Test series amid player wage disputes and a string of poor performances.
PSU bank employees go on strike in North  Dec 3, 10:18 am
Lucknow, Dec. 3 (ANI): The Public Sector Bank employees in northern region are observing a day-long strike to press for wage revision and other demands.
Sehwag believes banning bouncers in light of Hughes' demise will be unfair on bowlers  Dec 3, 9:58 am
Johannesburg, Dec 03 (ANI): Former India mercurial opener Virender Sehwag has said that banning bouncers following Australia's Phillip Hughes' passing would be unfair on bowlers because he believes batsmen always have the option of ducking under short-pitched deliveries.
China launches world's longest train route from Yiwo to Madrid  Nov 22, 4:51 pm
Washington, Nov 22 (ANI): China has launched an 82-wagon cargo train that will take 21 days to travel 6,200 miles and pass through six other countries as it moves goods from the industrial city of Yiwu to the Spanish capital, Madrid marking the longest route taken by a freight train.
Lara claims no one will be able to surpass Rohit Sharma's world record 264 in ODIs  Nov 20, 11:18 am
Sydney, Nov 20 (ANI): West Indies legend Brian Lara has said no one would be able to surpass India batsman Rohit Sharma's world record score of 264 in an ODI.
The Big Fat Khan wedding bandwagon rolls into Mumbai for Finale!   Nov 19, 2:56 pm
New Delhi, Nov 19 (ANI): After it massive Hyderabad's session the 'Khan-daan' is now gearing up for its Big Fat Mumbai reception!
Minimum wages of Indian workers in UAE remain unrevised   Nov 19, 2:56 pm
Dubai, Nov 19 (ANI): The Indian embassy in Abu Dhabi has not revised the minimum wage of Indian workers in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for a few years, said the embassy on Monday.
UN warns IS possesses enough arms to wage war up to two years  Nov 19, 10:19 am
London, Nov 19 (ANI): A new United Nations report warns that the Islamic State (IS) militant group possesses enough arms, ammunition and vehicles to wage its war in Iraq and Syria for up to two years.