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Swedish airport evacuated as suspicious objects found
Stockholm, May 23 (IANS) A Swedish airport was evacuated after "traces of explosives" were found in a bag, media reports said.
Key Indian equity market indices open in red
Mumbai, May 23 (IANS) The key Indian equity market indices on Tuesday opened lower despite Wall Street ending higher for the third session.
Seven farmers shot dead in western Mexico

Mexico City,  Police found the bodies of seven murdered men outside an avocado plantation on Thursday in the town of Salvador Escalante in the western state of Michoacan, the state government announced.

It depends on Kohli on how he uses Dhoni's advice, says Kapil

Mumbai,  India's first World Cup-winning skipper Kapil Dev on Wednesday said it all depends on current captain Virat Kohli to use and utilise his predecessor Mahendra Singh Dhoni's sharp cricketing acumen when the 28-year-old leads India for the first time in a global event -- the ICC Champions Trophy -- starting June 1 in England.

Department of Tourism, Government of Kerala signs MoU with SilkAir to boost tourism

Chandigarh: Department of Tourism, Government of Kerala today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with SilkAir in the presence of Shri Kadakampalli Surendran, Minister for Tourism, Govt of Kerala. The initiative is to jointly promote tourism to Kerala from priority markets like Australia, New Zealand, China, Korea, Japan and Singapore by conducting roadshows and other special marketing programs in the selected cities.

NASA Mars rover to study fluid-carved valley's origin

Washington,  Mars rover Opportunity has reached the main destination of its current two-year extended mission -- an ancient fluid-carved valley incised on the inner slope of a vast crater's rim, NASA has said.

Ask finance dept about the whereabouts of central grants not us – SAD tells Sidhu

Chandigarh, The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) today reminded Navjot Sidhu that he was a cabinet minister also besides being a comedian and that he should ask the State finance department about the whereabouts of various financial grants received from the centre rather than trying to create a roadside tamasha about the same.

Don’t turn governance into a comedy circus, SAD tells Sidhu

Chandigarh, The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) today asked Punjab Local Bodies minister Navjot Sidhu not to turn governance into a comedy circus, stating the minister should either come out with proof of his embezzlement charge or apologise immediately for resorting to cheap theatrics.

More than 1 mn TB patients lack adequate nutrition

 One look at Puni Garasia, 14, was all it took Ashok Dave, a doctor operating a charitable mobile clinic service for 56 dusty, desolate hamlets in Sirohi, southwest Rajasthan, to suspect tuberculosis (TB).

Make in India boosts first advanced cryogenic fridge

Kolkata,  Suspended in the air, at the Department of Atomic Energy's Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre (VECC) here, this gizmo, resembling a scaled-up thermos, works silently amidst a labyrinth of tubes under the watchful eye of a computer.

German police launch nationwide anti-terror raids

 German security forces launched a nationwide anti-terror operation on Wednesday targeting suspected members and supporters of the Islamic State (IS) terror group.

Capt Amarinder Govt’s investment plans get a boost with 14 IT/ITES COS cleared for investing in Mohali IT City

The Captain Amarinder Singh government’s investment efforts got a further fillip on Wednesday with 14 IT/ITES companies getting the nod for allotment of sites in the Mohali IT City, paving the way for an investment of more than Rs. 750 crore and generation of direct employment to the tune of nearly 1500 professionals.

Two in-house sports cars bring zing to India's automotive industry (Societal Trend)

New Delhi, India may have moved up the automotive industry ladder, having the fifth-largest passenger vehicle market in the world, but is yet to make a mark in the global sports car scene. Powering India into this virgin segment are two Indian automotive designers -- Dilip Chhabria and Shahid Haq -- with their sleek in-house productions.

This desk light lets you work uninterruptedly

Ottawa,For workaholics who do not like getting disturbed by their colleagues, scientists have invented a desk light that automatically switches from green to red, putting them in a "Do Not Disturb" zone.

'Loev': Not a gay film, it's an unforgettable love story (Review)

Film: "Loev"; Writer-Director: Sudhanshu Saria; Cast: Shiv Pandit, Dhruv Ganesh and Siddharth Menon; Rating: ****

Over 10 years, Bengaluru molestations rose 417%, conviction rate 0.37%

In a decade to 2016, the incidents of molestation (under Section 354) reported in Bengaluru increased more than four-fold, statistics compiled by the citys Commissioner of Police show. Yet, according to our analysis of police data, of the 4,241 complaints filed between 2006 and 2016, the conviction rate was 0.37 per cent (16 cases).

Is global establishment in for surprise in France too?

Accustomed either to isolation or global dominance, the United States has in recent years been playing a third role. Ever since its power diminished following the 2008 meltdown, it finds itself running around to block political forces which are ascendant everywhere almost independent of its authority.

DC orders to shift automated driving test track staff after every 3 months

Taking serious note of the harassment of general public at Automated Driving Test Track near Bus Stand here, Deputy Commissioner has ordered to shift the whole staff after every 3 months. Besides that fresh distribution of work has been made to the present staff to maintain check and balances system in the functioning.

As per orders of ministry of information and broadcasting no cable operator can transmit analogue signal

Bathinda, Deputy Commissioner Bathinda  Diprava Lakra today stated that the Ministry for Information and Broadcasting, Government of India has directed all the cable service operators to ensure that no analogue signal is transmitted. Thye have been directed to transmit only digital signal.

Assault on Tiwari's staff: Two brothers among four get bail

 Two brothers -- arrested on the charge of barging into BJP Delhi unit chief Manoj Tiwari's house along with their accomplices and attacking his employees -- were on Wednesday granted bail along with two other accused.