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Top US news anchor fired over 'sexual misconduct'

Matt Lauer, one of the most famous TV news anchors in the US, was on Wednesday fired by NBC over an allegation of sexual misconduct.

Aung San Suu Kyi looses ‘Freedom of Oxford award for inaction in handling Rohingya refugees crisis

Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been stripped of the Freedom of Oxford award over her "inaction" in handling the raging Rohingya refugee crisis and turning a "blind eye to violence" in the country that forced over 600,000 people to flee to Bangladesh.

CLTA signs MoU with Gillermo Alcaide Justel

The Chandigarh Lawn Tennis Association on Saturday announced a long-term agreement with former ATP player Gillermo Alcaide Justel who will work with the association as its visiting International Director for Development. Justel is presently coaching world number 35 Fernando Verdasco on the ATP Tour.

Golden Temple gets Award certificate of most visited shrine in the world

“World Book of Records” based at London (U.K) today presented Award certificate of ‘Most visited Place of World’ to Shriomani Gurdwara Pharbandhak Committee the management body of the Golden Temple. 

Indian man jailed for robbery in Singapore

An Indian man has been jailed for over four years and 20 weeks for robbing an Indian jeweller of cash and valuables worth 43,000 Singapore dollars.

India’s justice Dalveer Bhandari made it to the International Court of Justice

Justice Dalveer Bhandari’s victory over Britain’s candidate in the world court is a “humiliating blow” for the UK, the media said on Tuesday, even as India asserted that the hard-fought race will not impact the bilateral ties.

Miss World 2017 is Haryana girl Manushi Chiller

India's Manushi Chillar on Saturday won the coveted Miss World 2017 title at a glittering event here, ending 16 years of drought for India at the international pageant.

Bhangra attracts attention in Indy Internatonal Festival

The three-day 41st Annual Indy International Festival conclued amidst riot of colour at the Blue Ribbon Pavilion at the Indiana State Fair. At the end of the lively cultural programmes presented by the artists settled here from different countries, Parade of Nations was the culmination. Each contingent carried their flags of their countries they were born.

Texas church shooting: 26 people killed, shooter identified

At least 26 people were killed in Sunday’s church shooting in Sutherland SpringsTexas, with the deceased ranging in age from 5 to 72 years old. The information was provided by Texas Governor Greg Abbott, in a press conference. The shooter has been identified as Devin Patrick Kelley, 26, according to two law enforcement officers briefed on the situation, reports.

India repatriates 14 Pakistani nationals including two women and a child

in a goodwill gesture today Indian Government repatriated fourteen Pakistani nationals including two women and a eleven year old child.They were handed over to Pakistani Rangers at the Attari/Wagah international border.

India beat New Zealand by six runs in a thriller, clinch ODI series 2-1

India produced a brilliant all-round performance to beat New Zealand by six runs in the third and final One Day International at the Green Park Stadium here on Sunday and clinch the series

Jet Airways commences its third non-stop daily flight between Mumbai-London Heathrow

Jet Airlines, India’s premier, full-service international airline, is all set to commence its third daily non-stop service between Mumbai and London Heathrow with effect from the forthcoming weekend. 

Two Indian friends convicted in rape case in NZ

Two Indians, Parampreet Singh, 27, and Amritpal Singh, 25, who came to New Zealand in 2010, have been found guilty of raping a 17-year-old girl here whom they had first met on the dating site, Tagged.

Offering kidnapped girls to jihadist fighters as sex slaves or wives helps militant groups retain members

Offering kidnapped women and girls to jihadist fighters as sex slaves or wives helps militant groups lure and retain members, while sex trafficking can bankroll their extremist operations, a UK-based think-tank said on Monday.

We will do our best to make Iraq proud: Striker Dawood

Striker Mohammed Dawood is confident that Iraq will pose a strong challenge to Mexico despite practising for just a month or so when the two sides meet in their Group F clash of the FIFA U-17 World Cup which began on Friday.

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