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Cop arrested for raping own daughter inside police post A 58-year-old policeman in Agra has been arrested for allegedly raping his own 35-year-old married daughter inside the police post when she went to meet him. The accused has reportedly confessed to the crime, saying that his daughter had 'provoked' him to rape her. The victim further alleged that her father had sexually abused her when she was 14.
Read more at The Times of India.

Hinduism fastest growing religion in Australia Hinduism seemed to be the fastest growing religion in Australia in the span of last 25 years, increasing from 0.3% in 1991 census to 1.9% of the population in 2016 census, numbering at 440,300.
Read more at Punjab News Express.

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फ्यूज हुई ‘ट्यूबलाइट’, 5 दिनों में 100 करोड़ भी कमा नहीं पाई सलमान खान की फिल्म वैसे तो पांचवें दिन या वीकेंड गुजरने के बाद फिल्मों का कलेक्शन गिरना आम बात है, लेकिन सलमान खान की फिल्म 'ट्यूबलाइट' की कमाई में जिस तरह और जितनी जल्दी गिरावट आई है उसकी उम्मीद नहीं थी.
Read more at NDTV India.

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India and Netherlands on same page on global issues, says PM Modi India and the Netherlands are on the same page on several global issues, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday. Noting that the year 2017 marks the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries, Modi stressed on strengthening the people-to-people contact through the Indian diaspora in the Netherlands.
Read more at Hindustan times.

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NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory reveals new image of Arp 299, a galactic goulash A new image including data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory reveals the cosmic culinary outcome. Arp 299 is a system located about 140 million light years from Earth. It contains two galaxies that are merging, creating a partially blended mix of stars from each galaxy in the process.
Read more at New Indian Express.

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67 tigers die in six months in India, government does not know why In the first six months this year, 11 tigers died every month, which means one tiger death reported every three days.The highest number of tiger deaths was reported from Karnataka (14), Madhya Pradesh (13) and Uttarakhand (9). The tiger estimation 2014 put the population of big cats in India 2,226 compared to 1706 in 2010 and 1411 in 2006.
Read more at New Indian Express.

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Google fined $2.7 bn for manipulating search engine results Google has been handed a record-breaking fine €2.42bn fine by the European Union for abusing its dominance of the search engine market in building its online shopping service. European regulators gave the tech giant 90 days to stop its illegal activities or face fines of up to 5% of the average daily worldwide turnover of parent company Alphabet.
Read more at BBC.

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Andhra Pradesh village records 15 deaths; food poisoning suspected Fifteen people from a tribal village in East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh have died in the last two weeks, with food poisoning suspected to be a possible reason. Another 24 people from the same village, Chavaraee in Y Ramavaram mandal of East Godavari district, have been admitted to hospitals in Rajamahendravaram and Kakinada.
Read more at Deccan Chronicle.

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Railways earns Rs. 20.74 cr from ticketless travellers in Mumbai The Central Railway (CR) earned Rs20.74 crore by fining ticketless travellers in the month May. The zonal railway claimed that the earning is 83.55% higher as compared to same month last year. According to the Central Railway, a total of 3.66 lakh cases of ticketless or irregular travel and unbooked luggage were detected last month, and an amount of Rs20.74 crore was realised through the fine.
Read more at Mumbai Mirror.

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Modi’s Washington visit: Trump call on Pakistan to stop terror attacks Prime Minister Narendra Modi's meeting with President Donald Trump called upon Pakistan not to let its territory be used to launch terror attacks. A joint statement issued after the meeting said the two leaders “called on Pakistan to ensure that its territory is not used to launch terror attacks on other countries.”
Read more at Livemint.