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Indian footballer drowns in Australia

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New Delhi : A day after her death was confirmed, parents of a football player are still waiting to hear from the authorities, both Indian and Australian, about how she died. Nitisha,15, and our other girls were swept away by a huge wave at Adelaide’s Glenelg beach on Sunday. The five girls and a few other members of the Indian ...

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Hurt and embarrassed, India seek revenge in Mohali

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Hurt and embarrassed, India seek revenge in MohaliMohali, December 12 : Handed an embarrassing defeat in the inaugural ODI, a wounded India would look to get even against an inspired Sri Lanka in a do-or-die second match, here on Wednesday. The loss not only hurt but was also an eye-opener for a team that has been dominant all throughout the ...

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Nirbhaya case: SC to hear convict’s review petition

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New Delhi, December 12 : The Supreme Court will hear on Tuesday the review petitions filed by one of the four convicts in the Nirbhaya gang-rape and murder case. Mukesh, who has been sentenced to death along with three other convicts in the case, had filed the petition.The apex court, in May, upheld the order of Delhi High Court, which ...

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Govt won’t arrest SAD leaders booked for road blockades

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Chandigarh : The state government has no plans to arrest Akali leaders even as almost the entire top brass of the party has been booked by name for non-bailable offences. Pulling the rug from under their feet yet again, the Capt Amarinder Singh government has decided not to arrest any of the Akali leaders, including party president Sukhbir Singh Badal, ...

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Women detail sexual allegations against President Donald Trump

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New York, December 12 : A group of women who have publicly accused Donald Trump of sexual harassment and assault have detailed their accounts of being groped, fondled and forcibly kissed by the US President, the media reported. “This was serial misconduct and perversion on the part of Trump. Unfortunately, this behaviour isn’t rare in our society, and people of ...

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