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US sails with India on OBOR, but both steer clear of South China Sea
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US-India bonhomie rattles China, Pakistan
New Delhi’s purported adversaries clearly feel the pinch of the US-India clinch. Both Beijing and Islamabad reacted sharply on Tuesday to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump explicitly and implicitly identifying Pakistan and China respectively as nettlesome adversaries.


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Raebareli: 5 killed in violence over land dispute
Rivalry between two groups left behind a bloody trail in Raibareli district on Monday evening. A village head was among three persons beaten to death by a mob, while two others were burnt alive after heated arguments over the ownership of a plot of land in Apta village, police said.
Karkala artiste sets his eyes on Guinness World Records
A sculptor from the coast has set his eyes on a Guinness record. Surendra Acharya, 30, from Karkala, has been creating micro sculptures using his expertise in pencil lead art.


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Government set to slap 10% duty on imported mobile phones
The government is set to slap a customs duty of at least10% on imported mobile phones under the GST regime as it plans to retain benefits accorded to local manufacturing in line with the ambitious electronics manufacturing and `Make in India’ program…
GST shift: Online pharmacies in business as stores run out
Forseeing a dip in the inventories of neighbourhood druggists during the transition to GST, online pharmacies have been stocking up on drugs for over a month, winning over customers who have been hit by shortage of medicine.


Kumble-Kohli rift not handled properly: Ganguly
Former India coach Anil Kumble and captain Virat Kohli’s dressing room rift after India’s Champions Trophy final loss should have been handled in a matured way, former skipper Sourav Ganguly said on Tuesday.
Ramkumar Ramanathan shocks world No. 8 Dominic Thiem
India’s top singles player Ramkumar Ramanathan on Tuesday recorded the biggest win of his nascent singles career – a stunning straight-set 6-3, 6-2 victory over world No 8 Dominic Thiem in the pre-quarterfinals of the Antalya Open.
Ravi Shastri throws name in India coach hat: Reports
Former India allrounder and captain Ravi Shastri, who was team director of the men’s team from August 2014 to April 2016, has apparently submitted his name for the vacant position of head coach.


Govt to rehearse GST launch in Parliament tomorrow
The rehearsal, scheduled to be held at 10 PM, may be supervised by either Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar, his deputies Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi and S S Ahluwalia, or Secretary Rajiv Yadav, official sources said today.
Scamsters’ trading tips via SMSes: Sebi seeks RBI, TRAI help
Typically, Sebi depends on the call data records from the telecom companies and the financial transaction statements from the banks in its probe against such cases of frauds, where investors are lured into depositing money into designated bank accounts with promise of huge returns.
Natural gas may be included in GST, to benefit ONGC
Unlike other industries which can take credit for any tax paid towards furtherance of business, no credits on input GST will be available to the oil and gas industry leading to huge additional indirect tax burden with stranded costs of about Rs 25,000 crore.


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Pic: Celina Jaitly shows off her baby bump in a bikini
Pregnant with twins for the second time, actress Celina Jaitly posed for a beautiful photo shoot in a bikini.
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