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  • Anurag Kashyap Wanted to be a Scientist and Win Nobel Prize

    Anurag Kashyap Wanted to be a Scientist and Win Nobel Prize

    At the ongoing Jagran film festival, when Anurag Kashyap was asked if he studied Zoology by accident or choice, Anurag said "By choice. It was my childhood fantasy to win Nobel prize. I studied to be a scientist because I wanted to do something like that but then I gave up on that."

  • Mumbai Richest City In India With Total Wealth Of $820 Billion: Report

    Mumbai Richest City In India With Total Wealth Of $820 Billion: Report

    India's financial capital Mumbai, home to 45,000 millionaires and 28 billionaires, is the wealthiest city in the country with total wealth of $820 billion, says a report.

  • Cheteshwar Pujara Very Important Cog In India's Test Plans, Says Anil Kumble

    Cheteshwar Pujara Very Important Cog In India's Test Plans, Says Anil Kumble

    Cheteshwar Pujara's strike rate has improved since the West Indies tour, where he scored 62 in two innings at 31.00. In the first Test against New Zealand in Kanpur, Pujara scored 62 and 78, sharing two century-plus partnerships with Murali Vijay to lay the foundation for India's massive 197-run win.

  • SAARC Summit: Day After Boycott, Pak Insists It Will Go Ahead With Event

    SAARC Summit: Day After Boycott, Pak Insists It Will Go Ahead With Event

    A day after India and three other member nations decided to boycott SAARC summit in Islamabad, Pakistan today insisted that it will go ahead and host the event in November.

  • Audi Suspends Sale Of Q5 In India Due To Emission Issues

    Audi Suspends Sale Of Q5 In India Due To Emission Issues

    Volkswagen group firm Audi has suspended sales of its Q5 SUV in India after testing agency ARAI found emission level from the model at higher-than-prescribed limit.

  • AAP Leader Dr Oscar Rebello Rules Out Contesting Goa Polls

    AAP Leader Dr Oscar Rebello Rules Out Contesting Goa Polls

    AAP's prominent Goa leader Dr Oscar Rebello, who was speculated to be the party's chief ministerial face, has ruled out contesting the state Assembly elections due next year.

  • Lodha Committee Effect on BCCI: Two Selectors May Get Axe

    Lodha Committee Effect on BCCI: Two Selectors May Get Axe

    The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is likely to remove national selectors Gagan Khoda and Jatin Paranjpe after a stinging report from Lodha panel on the national cricket body, for not implementing its recommendations

  • Supreme Court Allows Marine Latorre To Stay Back In Italy

    Supreme Court Allows Marine Latorre To Stay Back In Italy

    The Supreme Court today allowed Massimiliano Latorre, the second Italian marine accused of killing two Indian fishermen off the Kerala coast in 2012, to remain in his country till the international arbitral tribunal decided the jurisdictional issue.

  • PR Sreejesh, India Hockey Captain, Wants To Beat Pakistan For Sake Of Uri Martyrs

    PR Sreejesh, India Hockey Captain, Wants To Beat Pakistan For Sake Of Uri Martyrs

    PR Sreejesh did not mention the recent Uri terror attack which led to heightened tensions between India-Pakistan but said his team would not want to disappoint Indian soldiers by losing against Pakistan in the Asian Champions Trophy to be played at Kuantan in Malaysia between October 20 and 30

  • Cabinet Approves Rs 4,700-Crore Package For Closure Of Hindustan Cables

    Cabinet Approves Rs 4,700-Crore Package For Closure Of Hindustan Cables

    The Centre on Wednesday approved a Rs 4,777.05-crore package for closure of state-run Hindustan Cables Ltd, which would be used for paying wages, offering early retirement schemes and converting government loan into equity.

  • Saina Nehwal Hopes to Return to Courts by End of October

    Saina Nehwal Hopes to Return to Courts by End of October

    Saina Nehwal sustained an intra-articular injury (inside the joint) to her right knee and a small fragment of bone has separated from her patella

  • 2 Indians Charged With Visa Fraud In New Jersey

    2 Indians Charged With Visa Fraud In New Jersey

    Two Indians in the US state of New Jersey have been charged with visa fraud for recruiting foreign nationals at a "pay to stay" college where they maintained their clients' student visa status with full-time work authorisations without having to attend classes.

  • Tata Motors, Hindustan Petroleum Corp Join Hands To Launch Lubricants

    Tata Motors, Hindustan Petroleum Corp Join Hands To Launch Lubricants

    Tata Motors on Wednesday joined hands with Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd (HPCL) to launch a range of high performance lubricants exclusively developed for passenger vehicles of the auto maker in the domestic market.

  • Indian Variety of Rice, Pulses May Soon be Grown in Nigeria

    Indian Variety of Rice, Pulses May Soon be Grown in Nigeria

    Indian variety of rice and pulses may soon be grown in Nigeria, a substantial importer of food grains, as it aims to make agriculture the biggest alternative to oil and gas business to diversify its economy.

  • President Pranab Mukherjee Pays Obeisance At Kedarnath Shrine

    President Pranab Mukherjee Pays Obeisance At Kedarnath Shrine

    President Pranab Mukherjee today paid obeisance at the Kedarnath shrine in Uttarakhand on the second day of his three-day visit to the hill state.

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