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Neeru Bajwa on being confident of working with Diljit Dosanjh in Shadaa: ‘I didn’t even hear the full story’ Neeru Bajwa is one of the most talented and beautiful actresses of the Punjabi film industry. She has been seen in many loved Punjabi films like Jatt and Juliet (2012), Mel Karade Rabba (2013) and Sardar Ji (2015). Neeru had taken up some Bollywood projects like Prince (2010) and a cameo role in Special Chabbis (2013) too.
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13 Killed, Nine Injured in Mumbai Building Collapse, Rescuers Race Against Time to Save Those Trapped At least 13 people died and nine were injured after a decrepit building collapsed in south Mumbai's congested Dongri locality on Tuesday, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said. More than 40 people were trapped under the debris, with rescue operations continuing till late in the night.
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ICC World Cup 2019: Sachin Tendulkar picks his team of the tournament – 5 Indians included, no MS Dhoni Former Indian captain Sachin Tendulkar has picked his World Cup XI after the conclusion of the tournament. There were as many as five Indians in the team as Ravindra Jadeja, despite limited appearances in the tournament, made the cut.
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Kartarpur Corridor: India and Pak Agree 5,000 Pilgrims Will Travel ‘Visa-Free’ Daily India and Pakistan have reduced their differences over modalities, with both countries agreeing to allow for a visa-free Kartarpur corridor to operate daily with a limit of 5,000 pilgrims per day, that would also be open to pilgrims of Indian origin who are citizens of other countries.
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29 killed as bus falls into drain on Yamuna Expressway At least 29 people were killed and 23 others injured when a passenger bus fell into a drain on the Yamuna Expressway early Monday morning. Initial probe revealed that the mishap occurred after bus driver of the UPSRTC Jan Rath dozed off at the wheel.
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Budget 2019: Here’s what financial services sector got from Nirmala Sitharaman The expectation from the Union Budget was to focus on strengthening the financial services sector, which is the backbone of India's economic growth. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced multiple policies to fuel liquidity in the industry and prioritise infrastructure, education, disinvestment, Naari Shakti and youth energy, among others.
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Closing Bell: Sensex, Nifty end marginally higher ahead of Union Budget; UPL gains 7% Indian indices ended with marginal gains in a volatile trade on Thursday ahead of Union Budget to be presented on July 5. At close, the Sensex was up 68.81 points at 39,908.06, while Nifty was up 21.20 points at 11,938. About 1222 shares have advanced, 1195 shares declined, and 172 shares are unchanged.
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Bat does the talking: MS Dhoni drops subtle hint about possible retirement from cricket Will MS Dhoni call it a day after India’s World Cup campaign? Reports say yes, the man remains an enigma, there are no whispers from the Indian camp, but, if we take a closer look at MS Dhoni himself and the way he has gone about his business in the campaign so far, he could well be giving us all few signals about the impending move.
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Vivo iQOO Neo is now official: A gaming smartphone with Snapdragon 845 starting from Rs 18,000 Vivo had recently jumped into the gaming phone segment with its iQOO brand a few months ago. After launching the iQOO gaming phone, Vivo has now launched an affordable version of the iQOO in China, called the iQOO Neo.
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Supreme Court asks Meghalaya govt. to hand over ₹100 cr. fine to CPCB The Supreme Court on Wednesday directed the Meghalaya government to deposit the ₹100 crore fine imposed on it by the National Green Tribunal for failing to curb illegal coal mining with the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB).
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