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Defending champions India qualified for the women\'s 4X400 metres relay finals at the 2014 Commonwealth Games here Friday.
Two rare antique idols worth crores of rupees in the international market were stolen from a Shiva temple in Ayodhya village of Balasore district on Thursday night. These idols and the temple were
Couple Killed Over Sorcery In Odisha  (02 August 12:47 am) 
In a bizarre incident, a couple was killed in Kaptipada area of Mayurbhanj district on the suspicion that they were practicing witchcraft.
Discus Thrower Seema Punia Wins Silver  (02 August 12:47 am) 
Indian discus thrower Seema Punia won the silver medal while her compatriot and defending champion Krishna Poonia finished a disappointing fifth in the 2014 Commonwealth Games at the Hampden Park
Days after India rescued 49 nurses from Iraq, 58 Indian nurses from violence-hit Libya are on their way back to India, the government said Friday.
A court here issued summons to DMK Treasurer M K Stalin to appear before a court on September 9 in a criminal defamation case filed against him by Chief Minister Jayalalithaa for his remarks while
DMK Treasurer M K Stalin today moved the Madras High Court seeking a CBI probe into the collapse of an under-construction multi-storeyed building in suburban Porur that left 61 persons dead in June
Police today detained pro-Kannada activists here as they attempted to enter Yellur village in the border district that witnessed violence over removal of a pro-Maharashtra sign board few days ago.
The Madras High Court today ordered the then Tamil Nadu Chief Secretary and School Education Secretary to appear before it on September 1 in a contempt petition regarding compensation to the families
Women\'s pugilists L Sarita Devi and Pinki Jangra assured a silver and bronze while Achanta Sharath Kamal and Anthony Amalraj reached the final of men\'s doubles table tennis event to consolidate
Shuttlers Sindhu, Kashyap Enter Semis  (02 August 12:47 am) 
Leading Indian shuttlers Parupalli Kashyap and P V Sindhu entered the semifinals of the Commonwealth Games in their respective categories at the Emirates Arena here Friday.
Indian squash pairs Saurav Ghosal-Dipika Pallikal and Harinder Pal Sandhu-Joshana Chinappa bowed out from the Commonwealth Games after losing their respective mixed doubles quarter-finals at the
The Indian men\'s chess decided to continue with success strategy of the Asian Nations Cup by fielding the stronger player at the lower board and lower rated players at the top two boards in the 2014
Bengal Warriors have been slow starters, but have now won two matches on a trot to move up the ladder. They prevailed over Puneri Paltans in a topsy-turvy battle 38-35, to win their second match on
The Judicial Commissioner Gordon Lewis reached his decisions following a six-hour hearing, which took place via video-conference and put an end to the suspense surrounding the fate of the two players.
Six Killed in Algeria Earthquake  (01 August 11:40 pm) 
An earthquake measuring 5.6 on the Richter scale that shook this Algerian capital Friday morning has killed six people and injured about 420 others, according to the country\'s health ministry.
Nine Terrorists Killed in China  (01 August 11:40 pm) 
Nine suspected terrorists were killed and another captured in Hotan prefecture of northwest China\'s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Friday afternoon, the regional police authority said.
Ugandan Court Nullifies Anti-gay Law  (01 August 11:40 pm) 
Gay activists in Uganda Friday won a court battle in which they had sued the government for passing the controversial anti-gay bill with no quorum in parliament.
Riyadh-based Riyaz and Rashid, both hailing from the south Indian state of Kerala, had taken their families to Dammam and Alkhobar in the country\'s Eastern Province to celebrate Eid ul-Fitr, the Arab
Russian President Vladimir Putin today slammed political ambitions that he said threatened peace in Europe as he paid tribute to Russian soldiers who died during World War I.
Hyundai Recalls More Than 419K Vehicles  (01 August 11:40 pm) 
The recall covers Santa Fes originally sold in 20 states and Washington, DC, where salt is used to clear snow and ice from roadways.
The Israeli military said the heavy shelling in Rafah that followed was part of operational and intelligence activity designed to locate Goldin.
Two Soldiers Killed in Pakistan Violence  (01 August 10:46 pm) 
At least two soldiers were killed and several others injured in two separate incidents of firing and bomb blast in northwest and southwest Pakistan Friday, media reported.
Kerala today urged the Centre to immediately arrange a special flight for passage of the Indian nurses who had left strife-torn Libya to neighbouring Tunisia to come back home.