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19 killed, 50 injured in a blast at Ariana Grande concert in UK
A blast on Monday night at a concert in the English city of Manchester where US singer Ariana Grande had been performing left at least 19 people dead and about 50 injured in what British police said was being treated as a terrorist incident.
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Coolest day in Delhi since mid-March
Delhiites had a taste of March weather in mid-May as Sunday’s downpour cooled the capital, sending the maximum temperature on Monday to below 30 degrees Celsius, 11 notches below normal, for the first time since March 19.
Tejas Express to be deployed on Mumbai-Ahmedabad route now
The Tejas Express, which had its inaugural run from Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) to Karmali on Monday, will also be deployed on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad route, Union railway minister Suresh Prabhu, who was in city to flag it off, announced.

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Apple blames third-party batteries for Beats headphones explosion
In February this year, a woman travelling in a flight from Beijing, China to Melbourne, Australia got burned because her Beats headphones caught fire while being used. According to the Australian Associated Press, the headphones the woman was wearing…
Here’s why you may get big discounts on smartphones in June
Since GST rates kick in from July 1, discounts are expected in the weeks leading to GST’s implementation as brands and retailers would want to move out old stock.
Internet on flights likely by August-end
About 70 airlines across the world offer inflight internet letting passengers email, livestream, use social media, download movies and even make calls. These include carriers that fly into India like Air France, Lufthansa, British Airways, Singapore …

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Batting at No. 4 in IPL won’t cause problems during CT: Rohit
Rohit Sharma believes that batting at No. 4 for Mumbai Indians will have no bearing when he goes out to open the batting for India in the ICC Champions Trophy as the two are completely different formats.
Form empowered panel for Tokyo Olympics: Task force
The Olympic Task Force, set up by the Sports Ministry, on Monday recommended formation of an ‘Empowered Steering Committee’ for the 2020 Tokyo Games along with removal of salary cap for the Indian coaches.
Ban on Sreesanth: HC issues notice to BCCI’s Vinod Rai panel
The Kerala High Court on Monday sought the BCCI’s stand on a plea by cricketer Sreesanth challenging the life ban imposed upon him by the game’s governing body after detection of the 2013 IPL 6 spot-fixing scandal.

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RBI to reconstitute oversight committee to deal with bad loans
The Reserve Bank said on Monday it will reconstitute the oversight committee (OC) under its aegis to operationalise the banking ordinance for resolving the issue of bad loans that have soared to over Rs 8 lakh crore.
Air India plans to raise Rs 80 crore through sale of properties
Government run Air India plans to raise around Rs 80 crore through sale of its seven properties, including some land parcels, as a part of its asset monetisation plan. The national carrier has mandated the state-run auctioneer MSTC to put these properties under the hammer.
GAIL to open new energy route for India with US shale gas
State-run GAIL will open a new energy route for India early next year by beginning regular imports of shale gas from the US, adding to New Delhi’s bargaining power with its predominantly West Asian suppliers.

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In pics: Amy Jackson’s Cannes 2017 outings
As Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Deepika Padukone and Sonam Kapoor made headlines with their Cannes appearances, ‘I’ actress Amy Jackson too commanded her share of the limelight at the French Riviera.
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