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Delhi Metro services affected after OHE wire breaks down  Sep 2, 6:10 pm
New Delhi, Sep 02 (ANI): Metro Services of Line 3/4 (Dwarka Sec-21 to Noida City Centre/Vaishali) were affected today for about an hour when a portion of the OHE (Over Head Electricity) wire broke down between Janakpuri West and Uttam Nagar East station of the line going towards Dwarka.
Angelina Jolie debuts pics of wedding dress with kids' artwork  Sep 2, 6:03 pm
Washington, Sept 2 (ANI): Angelina Jolie has debuted photos of her secret wedding to Brad Pitt, revealing she wore a designer wedding gown featuring artwork by their six children.
Dogs more dependent on owners than wolves  Sep 2, 3:22 pm
Washington, Sept 2 (ANI): A new study has observed that dogs act dumb and are more dependent on their human owner whereas wolves cooperate with each other to solve their problems.
'Doctor Who's lesbian kiss scene was removed from Asian telecast   Sep 2, 2:31 pm
London, Sept 2 (ANI): A 'lesbian kiss' scene from 'Doctor Who', which was featured in the first episode of series 8, Deep Breath, was not broadcasted in Asia.
Zurich Film Fest to open with James Brown biopic 'Get On Up'   Sep 2, 1:54 pm
Washington, Sept 2 (ANI): James Brown biopic 'Get On Up' is all set to open Zurich International Film Festival 2014.
Ukraine forces suffer major setbacks as pro-Russian rebels seize eastern towns  Sep 2, 12:14 pm
London, Sep 02 (ANI): Ukrainian forces have suffered a series of setbacks in Luhansk and Donetsk as pro-Russian separatists continue to seize one town after the other in the eastern part of the country.
Two PLFI members killed in encounter with police  Sep 2, 11:21 am
Simdega (Jharkhand), Sept 2 (ANI): Two Maoists were gunned down in an encounter between the police and the People's Liberation Front of India (PLFI), a splinter group of the Communist party of India Maoist (CPI-M) in Simdega.
Brazilian man born with his head 'upside-down' becomes inspirational public speaker  Sep 2, 11:20 am
London, Sep 02 (ANI): A Brazilian man named Claudio Vieira de Oliveira was born with physical disabilities and has his neck folded back, but he has defied the odds to become an inspirational public speaker.
Army's role in keeping political crisis in Pak alive cannot be ruled out: Ex-Deputy Army Chief Kadyan  Sep 2, 9:02 am
New Delhi, Sept.2 (ANI): Even as the political crisis in Pakistan remains at fever pitch with both the PML-N led government and the protesting Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf and Pakistan Awami Tehreek refusing to budge from their respective positions, a former deputy chief of Indian Army, Lt. Gen. Raj Kadyan (Retired), continues to maintain that there is no clarity on the current situation prevailing in that country, and does not the rule the role of the Pakistan Army in keeping the crisis alive for its own self interests.
Pakistan to crack down on anti-govt protestors  Sep 1, 9:06 pm
Islamabad, Sep. 1 (ANI): The Nawaz Sharif led Pakistan government is preparing to crack down upon anti-government protestors, warned Pakistan defence minister Khawaja Asif.
Amit Shah rubbishes reports of Govt.'s inability to curb inflation  Sep 1, 8:25 pm
Trivandrum, Sept. 1 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah on Monday rubbished reports that the Centre has not been able to curb inflation, saying the prices of petrol have come down since the new government came to power.
Sugar substance cuts down 'good' HDL cholesterol from body   Sep 1, 5:37 pm
Washington, Sept 1 (ANI): A new research has discovered that "good" High Density Lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol gets converted into "bad" cholesterol by a sugar-derived substance known as methylglyoxal - MG.
Fighters 'from everywhere' have joined ISIS, reveals captured suicide bomber  Sep 1, 4:28 pm
Washington, Sep 01 (ANI): An Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) suicide bomber, who was captured in the southern Kurdish town of Jalula after he tried to blow up a bomb-laden car at a Kurd checkpoint, has revealed that people from all over the world constitute the ranks of the terrorist organization.
Princess Diana's wedding gown to return home after global tour  Sep 1, 1:41 pm
London, Sept 1 (ANI): Princess Diana's treasured and iconic bridal gown will finally come back home after a global tour.
Army ends PTV siege by PTI, PAT protesters  Sep 1, 1:28 pm
Islamabad, Sep 01 (ANI): Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) protesters were thrown out of the PTV building by the army, after they barged into the TV channel's office on Monday, forcing the national broadcaster to go off-air.
Martin Scorsese to direct casino-themed short-film starring De Niro, DiCaprio, Pitt  Sep 1, 1:28 pm
Washington, Sep 1 (ANI): Martin Scorsese will be directing a short film that will be used as a campaign for Melco-Crown Entertainment (MCE), Lawrence Ho and James Packer's global resorts and casino brand, starring Robert De Niro, Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt.
Renowned tech journalist Anand Lal Shimpi dumps profession to join Apple  Sep 1, 11:51 am
Washington, Sep 1 (ANI): AnandTech, the online computer hardware magazine, founder Anand Lal Shimpi revealed that he is retiring from technology journalism to join Apple Inc.
Real Sociedad come from two goals down to beat Real Madrid 4-2  Sep 1, 11:51 am
London, Sep 01 (ANI): European champions Real Madrid suffered a famous defeat against Real Sociedad as Jagoba Arrasate's men came back from two goals down to win their La Liga clash.
Iraqi forces break months old siege by IS militants on Shiite town of Amirli  Sep 1, 10:25 am
New York, Sep 1 (ANI): Iraqi forces have broken a two-month blockade by Islamic State militants on the Shiite town of Amirli, said Iraqi officials on Sunday.
Gazza insists he chose to get in ambulance to stop drinking  Aug 31, 12:47 pm
London, Aug 31 (ANI): Following his detoxing in hospital, Former England international Paul Gascoigne, popularly known as Gazza, has insisted that he knew instantly that he had to get inside the ambulance on seeing it as it was the only way he could stop drinking.
US conducts air strikes, drops humanitarian aid to save ethnic minority in Iraqi town: Report  Aug 31, 12:09 pm
Washington, Aug 31 (ANI): The United States has reportedly conducted air strikes and dropped humanitarian aid in the Iraqi town of Amerli to save an ethnic minority in the area that faces the threat of massacre at the hands of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
Habitat for Humanity International gets people to sing Earth Anthem  Aug 30, 5:38 pm
Kathmandu, Aug. 30 (ANI): In a major boost to get people across the world to sing the Earth Anthem, the global organization Habitat for Humanity International has shown its support for the anthem written and produced by Indian poet-diplomat Abhay K.
Islami Chhatra Sena to spearhead half-day nation-wide shutdown on Sunday  Aug 30, 5:38 pm
Dhaka, Aug. 30 (ANI): The Islami Chhatra Sena, the student wing of the Bangladesh Islami Front, has called a country-wide half-day shutdown for Sunday over a demand for the arrest of the killers of Supreme Court mosque imam Sheikh Nurul Islam Faruqi.
Harry Belafonte set to be awarded with 'honorary Oscar'  Aug 30, 4:49 pm
London, Aug 30 (ANI): Harry Belafonte, also known as the King of Calypso, will be honored by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences with a humanitarian award for his work as an activist on racism and equality issues.
BSF seize drugs, arms near Amritsar  Aug 30, 12:43 pm
Amritsar, Aug.30 (ANI): Border Security Force (BSF) personnel have reportedly seized contraband, arms and ammunition from unknown miscreants here.
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