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India test-fires missile interceptor


India Friday test-fired a ballistic missile interceptor from a defence base in Odisha as part of its efforts to create a shield against incoming enemy missiles, defence officials said.

The indigenous

Chance for Karnataka to come good

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Karnataka will be looking forward to their first home match of the new Ranji Trophy season for more reasons than one when they take on Odisha here Saturday.

With just five points from three away outi

Shuttler Kashyap climbs to top 20


London Olympics quarterfinalist Parupalli Kashyap jumped three places in the Badminton World Federation (BWF) men's singles rankings to be placed at 20.

The 26-year-old Kashyap, who lost Thursday in

DMK leader Arumugam dead

Senior DMK leader and former Tamil Nadu minister Veerapandi S. Arumugam died in Chennai on Friday after a brief illness.

Arumugam, 75, was admitted to a hospital two days ago. His condition turned cr

Europa League: Rubin Kazan defeat Inter Milan

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Rubin Kazan defeated Inter Milan 3-0 at home to secure the top spot in Europa League Group H and an easier draw in the last 32.

Gokdeniz Karadeniz put Rubin ahead Thursday after just two minutes befo

End to AIDS in sight, says UN report


As the numbers infected with incurable human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) keeps falling, experts are hopeful that AIDS could be eradicated in future due to better access to drugs that can both treat a

Delhi HC refuses to stay IOA elections


Delhi High Court on Friday refused to stay the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) elections, scheduled for Dec 5, on a plea seeking the court`s direction to restrain the IOA from holding elections as it

Bal Thackeray's ashes immersed in sea, rivers


The ashes of Bal Thackeray, the Shiv Sena patriarch, were Friday immersed in the Arabian Sea here and many rivers across the country, a party official said.

Thackeray, who died Nov 17, was cremated a

WWF to radio-collar leopards in Pakistan


The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) plans to radio-collar leopards in Pakistan to monitor them following a spurt in man-animal conflicts.

WWF has joined hands with the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa wildlife de

Lok Sabha adjourned till Monday

It was another day of disruptions in parliament on Friday with the Lok Sabha being adjourned till Monday and the Rajya Sabha till 2.30 p.m. as differences continued over the issue of foreign investmen

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