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Yuvraj Singh shared the 45-second video on Twitter and wrote that Kirsten played a key part in making April 2 a 'memorable night'.
Customers with Truecaller app installed on their mobiles will be able to easily identify and filter the IVR or service delivery verification calls when hiring professionals through UrbanClap.
Two farmers allegedly committed suicide since yesterday in Sehore taking the number of such deaths to 11 in the state since June 8.
Veteran charismatic southpaw Yuvraj Singh will be playing in his 300th ODI during India's Champions Trophy semi-final against Bangladesh.
The farmer agitation is witnessing more farmer suicide incidents, another farmer with mounting debts in his head commited suicide in Sehore.
The congress MLA on June 8, was leading a protest march during which an effigy of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan was burnt.
Google launched its 'Daydream View' in Indian markets, the device to compete with Samsung's Gear VR and HTC's Vive.
Madhya Pradesh CM, after nine days of the agitation and death of six people, invites the agitating farmers for a peaceful talk.
The building at Shivrajpur was crowded when the tragedy occurred as many farmers were there to stock the potato harvest.
Considering the fact that virtual reality films offer a 360 degree view of any scene, according to Gandhi, it gives a transparency to the audience and that is a very crucial factor in journalism.
The initial draft of the review is now complete, and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis presented the findings to Trump's top national security advisors.
The tribunal was hearing a plea filed by nature enthusiast Akash Vashishtha, who claimed that reclamation of the eco-sensitive Yamuna floodplain is being carried out in gross violation of Water Act
Please pray on holy night of Shivrati to God to create peace in Kashmir so that all migrants could return to their homes, she said.
Russian Foreign Minister laid out a diametrically opposed global vision and offered pragmatic ties with the United States.
In the attack at the world's busiest museum, Abdallah El-Hamahmy was wielding two machetes when he lunged at four soldiers, shouting "Allahu Akbar".