Monthly Archives: February 2019

Italian side kicked out of Serie C after 20-0 rout

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Italian third-tier side Pro Piacenza were on Monday excluded from Serie C after fielding a team of just seven players in a 20-0 defeat by league rivals Cuneo, governing body Lega Pro announced. Financially troubled Pro Piacenza, a side from northern Italy, have been unable to pay their players and staff, who have been on strike for several weeks. Before ...

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Vadra skips ED appearance citing bad health

Robert Vadra, brother-in-law of Congress president Rahul Gandhi, Tuesday skipped his scheduled appearance before the Enforcement Directorate in a money laundering case probe, citing his bad health, officials said. They said Vadra’s lawyers informed the investigating officer (IO) of the case their client is unwell and hence will be unable to join the probe related to allegations of money laundering ...

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Two IAF jet collided during Aero india show

DAINIKNATION BUREAU Two jets of the Indian Air Force’s Suryakiran Aerobatic Team came crashing down after they collided in Bengaluru a day before the Aero India show begins in the city. Two out of the three pilots of the jets have ejected safely, initial reports said. Details of the third pilot are not known so far. The accident took place ...

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Fifth bathing festival of Prayagraj Kumbh to take place today

The Fifth bathing festival of Maghi Purnima at Prayagraj Kumbh will take place today. A large number of devotees and tourists are continuously reaching the Kumbh for taking holy bath on the occasion. Traffic restrictions have been imposed in the district in view of heavy rush of pilgrims. Entry of heavy vehicles has been restricted Into the district and all ...

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Chris Gayle announces ODI retirement plans

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West Indies’s explosive opener Chris Gayle announced his retirement from one-day international cricket on Sunday. The ICC World Cup 2019, which will be played in England from May 30, will be the last tournament of his career. This information was tweeted by the West Indies Cricket Board. 39-year-old Gayle started his ODI career in Canada against India in 1999 in ...

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Sensex drops over 150 pts ahead of RBI board meet

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The BSE benchmark Sensex Monday fell over 150 points, led by weakness in auto, IT and financial stocks amid heavy selling by foreign institutional investors, as investors turned cautious ahead of RBI’s board meet. The 30-share index, after rising over 100 points, fell 158.94 points, or 0.44 per cent, to 35,650.01. Similarly, the 50-share NSE Nifty fell 44.45 points, or ...

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Swine flu cases in Delhi mount to 1,965

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Over 700 cases of swine flu have been recorded in Delhi in the last 10 days, taking the total number of people affected by the HINI virus in the city this year to 1,965, according to a senior official. According to a report of the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), the death toll due to swine flu in Delhi ...

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Nation losess four more soldier today

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DAINIK NATION BUREAU Four soldiers, including an officer, were killed in an encounter with militants in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir on Monday, defence sources said. Security forces launched a cordon and search operation in Pinglan area of Pulwama district of south Kashmir during the night after receiving inputs about the presence of militants in the area, a police ...

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Janta Express to restart from March 31

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Travelers will have to wait longer to restarting of Ujjaini & Janta Express suspended due to the fog. Earlier the train were supposed to be suspended from December 13 to February 15 now, the Janta Express and Ujjaini will remain suspended till March 30. Passengers are facing problems due to the cancellation of the trains. In northern India, due to ...

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PCS-J 2018 exam date postponed

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There is a good news for candidates of economically weaker sections who are dreaming of becoming judges. Government has postponed the examination of PCS-J, Uttarakhand Public Service Commission. Reason for postponement of the examination is to make reservation for candidates of economically weaker sections. Uttarakhand Public Service Commission had sought online applications from the eligible candidates for the judicial services ...

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