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PM Modi meets winner of T-20 Blind Crick New Delhi, Feb 28 (ANI): The winner of T-20 Blind Cricket World Cup-2017 met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the national capital on Tuesday. India continued their winning streak by defeating Sri Lanka by nine wickets in the T20 World Cup for Blind at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Stadium. 28-Feb-2017
Last rites of Kansas shooting victim Sri Telangana (Hyderabad), Feb 28 (ANI): The last rites of engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla, who was shot dead in the Kansas in United States, were held in Telangana on Tuesday. Kuchibhotla was killed when 52-year-old Adam Purinton walked into Austins Bar and Grill in the Kansas City suburb of Olathe and opened fire on Wednesday evening. Kuchibhotla's friend, Alok Madasani, and Ian Grillot, a bar-goer who tried to intervene in the attack, were also shot, but survived. 28-Feb-2017
Army organises environmental awareness a Poonch (J&K), Feb 28 (ANI): The Indian Army organised an environmental awareness and plantation drive on the LoC Degwar in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district on Monday. Large number of locals and school students participated in the plantation drive. The people of the area appreciated the initiative. 28-Feb-2017
INS Viraat will retired on March 6 after INS Viraat will retired on March 6 after 30 years serving to Indian Navy... 28-Feb-2017
United Forum of Bank Union goes on strik New Delhi/Chandigarh/ Bengaluru, Feb 28 (ANI): The United Forum of Bank Union (UFBU) has called for a day-long strike across India on Tuesday. Services like cash deposits and withdrawal from branches and cheque clearances have been hit hard by the strike. The union's protest is against wage revision, outsourcing of permanent jobs, inadequate recruitment and improvement in pension schemes in the banks. 28-Feb-2017
ISSF World Cup: Ace Indian shooter Jitu New Delhi, Feb 28 (ANI): Indian shooter Jitu Rai won a bronze medal in the 10m air pistol category at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup and added an another feather to his cap. With a final score of 216.7 and shots of 9.9 and 8.6, he couldn’t take himself into the tussle for the gold medal, which went to Tomoyuki Matsuda of Japan (240.1) and the silver medal to Xuan Vinh Hoang of Vietnam (236.6). 28-Feb-2017
Shocking! Armed goons attack family in A New Delhi, Feb 28 (ANI): In a shocking incident, a group of armed goons attacked a family in Delhi's Alipur area. 28-Feb-2017
Olympian wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt tweets New Delhi, Feb 28 (ANI): After cricketer Virender Sehwag, Olympic bronze medallist Yogeshwar Dutt commented on the highly-polarised debate around Delhi University student Gurmehar Kaur's Facebook posts. In a tweet, Dutt made it clear which side he was on. Kaur has been trolled over her online campaign against the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), the BJP-linked student wing, after last week's violence at Ramjas College. 28-Feb-2017
World Bank CEO Kristalina Georgieva trav Mumbai, Feb 28 (ANI): In order to inspect the operations of the World Bank-supported suburban rail system in Mumbai, CEO Kristalina Georgieva took a local train from Churchgate on Tuesday. This is Georgieva’s first official visit to the country. Sharing her experience, Kristalina said that it was wonderful to be part of this incredible commute. Later in the day, she will be holding discussions with Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and other prominent leaders. 28-Feb-2017
Victim of racial violence Indian enginee Victim of racial violence Indian engineer Srinivas's dead body reached his home last late night in Hyderabad from United States... 28-Feb-2017
Massive fire breaks out in east Indian t A major fire breaks out in a building in Burrabazar - a bulk trading centre for everything from safety pins and shoes to grain and electronic gadgets - in India's eastern Kolkata city. 28-Feb-2017
Delhi Police recovered 735 mobile from a Delhi Police recovered 735 mobile from a mobile phone gang 28-Feb-2017
Meth dealers back on the streets of the Drug dealers return to the Philippine slums just weeks after President Rodrigo Duerte pulls police out of his bloody war on drugs. The boost in the drug business raises the question of just how effective the narcotics crackdown has been. Eve Johnson reports. 28-Feb-2017
Gilgit-Baltistan Suffer Lack of Developm Gilgit-Baltistan, Feb 28: The poor standard of living in Gilgit-Baltistan is well known around the world. The decades-long illegal occupation by the Pakistan government has pushed the entire region into poverty. The dastardly acts of the Pakistani establishment have only added misery to the lives of the people. Be it human development index, infrastructure development or employment, the region lags behind on all accounts. But that hardly matters to those sitting in power. 28-Feb-2017
'There should be antimsthan for both Hin Etah (U.P.), Feb 28 (ANI): Clearing air over the controversy that sparked on his statement of giving land for cemetery to Muslims, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Sakshi Maharaj said that he totally agrees with PM Modi on having both Hindu crematorium and Muslims cemetery side by side. Rather, he feels that there should be one place for all the religions to perform the last rites of the dead. 28-Feb-2017
Crocodiles count increases to 100 in Tar Udham Singh Nagar (Uttarakhand), Feb 28 (ANI): Crocodile numbers seem to have increased to 100 in Tarai Region of Uttrakhand's Udham Singh Nagar. Giving details, Western Circle Conservator Parag Dhakate said that it was a general census conducted after a long time and the forest staff is happy about the result. The officials said that these crocodiles are being served with high quality food and further hoped that it continues to increase. 28-Feb-2017
EIGHT DEAD, 30 INJURED IN BUS TRAGEDY In a tragic turn of events, a private bus fell into a canal in Vijayawada early this morning. The accident has left eight dead and 30 injured. 28-Feb-2017
Oscars 2017 Wrong film announced Best P Oscars 2017 Wrong film announced Best Picture and what followed 28-Feb-2017
You can soon own the Nokia 3310, and it You can soon own the Nokia 3310, and it s even better 28-Feb-2017
Oscars 2017 Jimmy Kimmel mocks Donald T Oscars 2017 Jimmy Kimmel mocks Donald Trump 28-Feb-2017
15-year old girl dies on spot after bein Mumbai, Feb 28 (ANI): A 15-year-old girl died on the spot after she was thrashed by her neighbouring woman with a bucket during a scuffle in Mumbai. Giving details, victim’s mother accused the woman and her family members of being involved in the crime and demanded stringent punishment for her act. A police complaint has been registered in this regard but no arrests have been made so far. 28-Feb-2017
Ramjas clashes: Ahead of DU, JNU protest New Delhi, Feb 28 (ANI): Protest continues to rock Delhi University’s Ramjas College after last week’s violence. High security has been deployed outside Arts Faculty to avoid any untoward incident ahead of scheduled protest march by students and teachers of Delhi University and Jawaharlal Nehru University. On Monday, the members of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) organised a 'Tiranga March' to protest against the anti-national elements on college campuses. 28-Feb-2017
Trump talks possible Xi meeting with Chi U.S. President Donald Trump holds his first face-to-face talk with a member of the Chinese leadership, in what the White House says was a chance to discuss shared security interests and a possible meeting with President Xi Jinping. Samantha Vadas reports. 28-Feb-2017
Here s why the Twitterverse actually won Here s why the Twitterverse actually won the Oscars 28-Feb-2017
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Lifeguards participate in endurance chal More than 250 volunteer lifeguards participate in the 53rd annual "Paso del Hombre" aquatic endurance challenge, the culmination of months of hard water safety training aiming to prepare lifeguards for the holiday season, organized by the Salvadoran Red Cross in La Libertad. 28-Feb-2017
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Complete skeleton of new marine reptile Mexico's arid desert region throws up a new discovery, a complete skeleton of an ancient marine reptile thought to be 93 million years old. 28-Feb-2017
Emotional Leicester fans praise sacked c Leicester City fans show their support for sacked former manager Claudio Ranieri, who guided them to Premier League glory last season. 28-Feb-2017
Bus falls off flyover, 6 dead, 13 injure Krishna (Andhra Pradesh), Feb 28 (ANI): At least six people were killed and over 13 others injured after a bus fell off a flyover in Andhra Pradesh’s Krishna district on Tuesday. An investigation is underway. The injured have been rushed to the Nandigama Government Hospital for treatment. 28-Feb-2017
CM KCR holds meeting with Anganwadi work Telangana, Feb 28 (ANI): Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao held a meeting with Anganwadi workers, helpers at Janahita in the state on Monday to assure them that government would stand by Anganwadi workers, who are working relentlessly for the protection of pregnant women, lactating mothers and infants. The CM gave a patient hearing to the issues raised by the Anganwadi workers and helpers and gave an instant solution to some of their grievances. Some of the decision taken by the CM were that increase in salary of the Anganwadi workers, provision of insurance schemes, food to be supplied to pregnant women in their house among others. 28-Feb-2017
Caught on camera: Robbers loot jewellery Allahabad (Uttar Pradesh), Feb 28 (ANI): A jewellery shop in Allahabad was looted by armed robbers and the entire incident was recorded on the CCTV camera installed in the showroom. An alert was sounded minutes after the thieves fled with cash and jewellery. A police complaint was registered in this regard and a probe has been initiated. 28-Feb-2017
Watch: Tibetans-in-exile celebrate New Y Dharamshala, Feb 28 (ANI): The Tibetans in-exile in Dharamshala celebrated the Tibetan New Year, Losar, with much enthusiasm. Losar is usually celebrated for three days with the first day celebrations beginning in the morning with special prayers in the main Buddhist temple. Tibetan Lamas and Tibetan artists performed special dances made for such special occasions. With this, they welcomed Rooster year today and bid good bye to the Monkey year. 28-Feb-2017
Kansas shooting victim Engineer Srinivas Hyderabad (Telangana), Feb 28 (ANI): Kansas shooting victim Srinivas Kuchibhotla's body finally reached his hometown Hyderabad on late Monday night. The engineer from Hyderabad, who was shot dead by an American in the Kansas Bar in U.S, is survived by his wife and parents. The shooting incident comes at a time when hate crimes and acts of bigotry have risen notably in America. 28-Feb-2017
As Olympics loom, China plunges into sno Beijing will host the 2022 Winter Olympics and authorities want to leverage interest in that to develop a winter sports culture. 28-Feb-2017
5 dead, 22 injured in road mishap Aligarh (Uttar Pradesh), Feb 28 (ANI): At least five people were killed and 22 others injured after a truck collided with a mini bus in Mukandpur area of Aligarh on Monday. Confirming the same, Aligarh Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Rajesh Kumar Pandey said that the driver has been booked for rash driving. Meanwhile, the injured are being treated in the hospital. 28-Feb-2017
Watch: Fire breaks out in lorry carrying Hyderabad (Telangana), Feb 28 (ANI): A huge fire broke out in a lorry carrying dry grass travelling on the Gachibowli outer ring road in Hyderabad on Monday. Fire tenders reached the spot and tried to bring the fire under control. Reportedly, the lorry hit a divider and turned upside down due which the fire broke out. No casualties have been reported so far. 28-Feb-2017
Massive fire breaks out in Burrabazar, 3 Kolkata, Feb 28 (ANI): A major fire broke out in Kolkata’s wholesale market Burrabazar on Monday night. More than 30 fire engines and a disaster management team were immediately sent to the spot to douse the flames. Giving details, Fire Officer said the situation is yet to be controlled as the place is congested, causing the fire to spread massively to nearby shops. The reason of the fire is yet to be ascertained and no injuries have been reported. 28-Feb-2017
Muslim coach plays key role in strengthe Bareilly (Uttar Pradesh), Feb 28 (ANI): Sahibe Alam, a Muslim coach in the Bareilly district of Uttar Pradesh, has been playing a key role in strengthening the secular fabric by rising above religious lines. For many years now, Alam has been imparting athletics training to children from across religions. Players trained by Alam have made it to both state as well as national level tournaments. Alam also teaches his students different types of exercises so as to improve their stamina and physical strength. Students undergo aggressive training sessions and have been participating in sports such as long jump, race, high jump and many more. Alam is held in high regard by his students for his unbiased behaviour and teaching style. People like Sahibe Alam are a boon to the society because they raise above all religious boundaries and work for the welfare of humanity. 28-Feb-2017
Epitome of communal harmony in cloth pri West Bengal, Feb 28 (ANI): Bishnupur is a heritage town in the Bankura district of West Bengal. Since the era of Malla Raja or the King of Bishnupur, people belonging to different religious communities are living here together with peace and unity. The most unique thing in this town is the cloth printing industry, which was established 10 years ago and today more than 60 people from different religious communities are working here like a family. The cloth printing industry has become the main source of earning for the communities of people living here. The industry is not only a medium for uniting different religious communities in Bishnupur town of West Bengal but is also strengthening the secular fabric of our country, in the way that one community is maintaining brotherhood relations with another community. The cloth printing industry has thus become a symbol of religious harmony and clearly defines the concept of real India i.e. “Unity in religious diversity.” 28-Feb-2017
Kenya's slum football team kicks poverty The Kibera Black Stars are the best football team in Nairobi's biggest slum -- lifting the players out of poverty and giving hope to local residents. 28-Feb-2017
Navy vet in court as FBI probes Kansas h Adam Purinton charged with murdering an Indian software engineer made his initial court appearance by video from jail on Monday. Alva French reports. 28-Feb-2017
SpaceX plans 2018 tourist flight around CEO Elon Musk says SpaceX plans to fly two private citizens around the moon next year. Jonah Green reports. 28-Feb-2017
No evidence yet of Trump team, Russia co The head of a congressional committee investigating possible contacts between Donald Trump's presidential campaign and Russia's government said on Monday the panel had not yet seen evidence of inappropriate communications with Moscow and insisted there was no need for a special prosecutor. Justin Mitchell reports. 28-Feb-2017
Germany wants Turkey to release journali Germany's foreign minister is calling on Turkey to respect freedom of the press and release a correspondent for a German newspaper held in custody. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 28-Feb-2017
Haitians hope to dance to a different tu Four months after Hurricane Matthew devastated southern Haiti, residents say they hope a colorful carnival will bring back tourism and give their economy a much needed boost. Jillian Kitchener reports. 28-Feb-2017
Greeks throw flour to forget woes Greeks stage a "flour war" to celebrate Clean Monday and mark the end of Carnival season, a welcome distraction for many residents of the economically struggling country. Elly Park reports. 28-Feb-2017
Opposition seeks Russian support at Syri Syria's opposition urges Russia, a key ally of President Bashar al-Assad, to put pressure on Damascus to help kick-start sputtering peace talks in Geneva. 28-Feb-2017
Deadly mudslides ravage Chile At least three people are dead and 19 others missing after heavy rains struck Chile over the weekend during the country's usually dry summer months. Nathan Frandino reports. 28-Feb-2017
Soho's gay history revealed in new tours Better known for looking after Britain's stately homes, the National Trust is organising a series of walking tours on Soho's gay history to celebrate 50 years since homosexuality was decriminalised. The tours bring to life the hidden stories of a once-seedy and now increasingly gentrified part of London that served as a refuge for gay people in an era when a kiss could send you to prison. 28-Feb-2017
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