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Shruti Haasan no longer part of Sangamithra

Sri Thenandal Films, which is bankrolling the project, has announced that Shruti is not part of the film any more.

Priyanka's Baywatch to be dubbed in regional languages

Baywatch, which marks the Hollywood debut of Priyanka Chopra, will be dubbed and released in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi.

 Anand Mahindra wants the jeep used in Kaala

Kaala’s first look has found a fan in the form of Anand.

Varalaxmi Sarathkumar in Sandakozhi sequel

She will be teaming up next with Vishal for Sandakozhi 2. 

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Tiger Woods.
Woods 'sorry' for DUI, says alcohol not involved

The 14-time major winner was arrested by police in the early hours of Monday near his home in Jupiter, Florida.

Cricket

Urine samples collected for doping test. (AP File image used for representation)
NADA wants testing from next season, BCCI reluctant

Anti-doping chief Agarwal says domestic cricket matches come under their purview, board takes shelter under WADA wing

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The team is set for a high-altitude training camp in Shilaroo (Himachal Pradesh)
Women's hockey team coach optimistic despite mixed run

In a case of one step forward and two backwards for the Indian women's hockey team, the highs of a 5-0 series win over Belarus were followed by what can only be described as a mauling at the hands of

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Boards discuss alternate venues for Indo-Pak cricket as minister reiterates stand

Even though Sports Minister Vijay Goel reiterated the Centre’s stand that there is no chance of India and Pakistan resuming bilateral cricket ties, the cricket boards held a meeting in Dubai on Monday

ICC Champions Trophy

West Indies players  (File |AP)
Party kickstarts, missing flavour of the first kings

ON June 2, when New Zealand face Australia in the second game of Champions Trophy at Birmingham, the West Indies will also be getting ready for a game.

Weird, Whacky, Wow
In the opening session, teddy bears underwent a 'CT scan', and were led into the surgery ward to get anaesthetics before their operation.

Teddy bear hospital opens in Dubai to treat sick teddies

In the opening session, teddy bears underwent a 'CT scan', and were led into the surgery ward to get anaesthetics before their operation.

Bihar man, daughter killed over quarrel about dog barking

A quarrel over a man raising his voice against a dog’s barking led to him and his 20-year-old daughter being stabbed to death.

13-yr-old gets 'most likely to become a terrorist' award in US

The event was supposed to be a joke, part of a mock end-of-the-year awards ceremony; school apologises after angry reaction from parents 

Babe watch

The first Indian global superstar is set to make waves with Baywatch, her Hollywood debut.

Priyanka at the Met Gala in New York
The Sailana royal family.
Aromas of royal flavoured fares

Members of erstwhile princely states archive and share the richness of their aristocratic cuisines.

A nun has taken up the task of building houses for widows and differently abled children in a village in Kochi.

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When cows aren’t for keeping

The Rules on Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Regulation of Livestock Market) have cut farmers off from their last resort, farm leaders in Tamil Nadu say.

Cows walks on dried agricultural fields in Mahabubnagar, one of the drought effected districts in Telangana. | A Suresh Kumar/ EPS

Gaushalas are for gaus, see?

There are some 250 gaushalas in Telangana for instance but most of them are maintained by religious or animal rights groups.

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Turmoil in the Hyderabad cattle market

The central government ‘s new rules on cattle markets are likely to turn the country’s livestock scenario upside down.

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Ban on cattle trade likely to hit India's beef and leather exports

India exported buffalo meat worth Rs 26,000 crore, and leather worth Rs 35,000 crore in 2016-17; 35 lakh people employed in sector

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'BJP won't ban beef, will legalise slaughter if elected in Meghalaya'

BJP leader Bernard Marak said his party would legalise slaughter houses if it comes to power, thus reducing price of meat.

Slaughter ban akin to fascism: Organisers of IIT-Madras beef fest

Students of various political affiliations organised beef fest to discuss Centre’s directive on ban on sale of cattle for slaughter.

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi (File | PTI)

Rahul Gandhi condemns Youth Congress on public cow slaughter

An 18-month-old calf was butchered by Youth Congress workers in protest against the Centre's ban on sale of cattle for slaughter.

Cows walks on the dried agricultural field due to insufficient water during scorching summer at Mahabubnagar, one of the drought effected districts in Telangana. |A Suresh Kumar/ EPS

Sale, purchase of cattle from animal markets for slaughter banned

Union Environment Minister Harsh Vardhan said the new rules are very "specific" and aim to regulate animal markets and sale of cattle.

Minister Kadakamppilly surendran taking part in the protest organised by Sfi infront of town hall in Kochi. | Express Photo Service

Stressing on right to food, Kerala student outfits hold beef fests

Students' Federation of India, the students' organisation of the ruling CPM, held beef fests in 210 places in the state.

Kerala: Youth Congress in soup after slaughtering cow in public

A case has been registered against Youth Congress leader Rijil Makkutty and others under section 120 (A) of Kerala Police Act.

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