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Raj Babbar gets 2-year jail in a 1996 case
National Crime/Disaster/Accident 06:14 PM

Raj Babbar gets 2-year jail in a 1996 case

Lucknow, July 7 (IANS) An MP/MLA court in Lucknow has awarded a two-year jail sentence to former MP Raj Babbar in a case related to 1996.

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IANS NEWS POINT

Tension in Bengal's Canning over murder of 3 Trinamool workers
National Crime/Disaster/Accident 06:16 PM

Tension in Bengal's Canning over murder of 3 Trinamool workers

Kolkata, July 7 (IANS) Tension is brewing in Canning, a part of the coastal belt in South 24 Parganas district in West Bengal following the murder of three influential local Trinamool Congress workers in broad daylight on Thursday morning.

NATIONAL

Goa Assembly's monsoon session curtailed to two weeks
National Politics 05:52 PM

Goa Assembly's monsoon session curtailed to two weeks

Panaji, July 7 (IANS) Goa Assembly Speaker Ramesh Tawadkar on Thursday said that the monsoon session, scheduled to begin on July 11, will be curtailed to ten days on account of Panchayat elections to be held in the second week of August.

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HINDI

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FOCUS

IANS-CVoter Snap Poll: Majority Indians demand arrest of filmmaker in Kaali poster row
Focus General 02:18 PM

IANS-CVoter Snap Poll: Majority Indians demand arrest of filmmaker in Kaali poster row

New Delhi, July 7 (IANS) The poster of the movie 'Kaali' shared by Madurai-born and Toronto-based filmmaker, Leena Manimekalai stirred a major controversy. The offensive poster that depicted a woman dressed as goddess Kaali and smoking a cigarette invited outrage from social media u...

NEIGHBOURHOOD IN DISTRESS

Pak central bank develops online portal for regulated entities to operate digitally
International NEIGHBOURHOOD 03:02 PM

Pak central bank develops online portal for regulated entities to operate digitally

Islamabad, July 7 (IANS) To promote digitalization and eco-friendly practices, the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) announced that it has developed an online portal system to enable regulated entities to submit their cases and proposals as well as receive regulatory decisions digitally.

RUSSIA'S WAR ON UKRAINE

346 kids killed in Ukraine since beginning of war
International UKRAINE CRISIS 09:08 AM

346 kids killed in Ukraine since beginning of war

Kiev, July 7 (IANS) Since Russia began its ongoing invasion of Kiev on February 24, at least 346 children have been killed in Ukraine.

INSIGHT

Gujaratis have less complaints against the ruling party: BJP leaders
General Insight 12:52 PM

Gujaratis have less complaints against the ruling party: BJP leaders

Ahmedabad, July 7 (IANS) During the ongoing membership drive in Gujarat, the BJP workers and leaders, who are directly interacting with the people, have received positive response and very less complaints against the state government or party.

IANS TV

July 07, 2022

PM Narendra Modi's free-wheeling interaction with children in Varanasi

July 06, 2022

Incessant rain lashes many parts of country, floods wreak havoc in Assam

July 06, 2022

Mahua Moitra unfollows party's official Twitter handle

DEEP-DIVE

Explained: How Omicron dodges immune system
Science/Technology Science 05:32 PM

Explained: How Omicron dodges immune system

Geneva, July 7 (IANS) Unlike other Covid variants, Omicron appears to be able to evade the antibodies generated by all other variants, according to a study.

INTERNATIONAL

Philippines' unemployment rate spikes
International Politics 03:44 PM

Philippines' unemployment rate spikes

Manila, July 7 (IANS) The unemployment rate in the Philippines went up to 6 per cent in May, compared to the previous month's record of 5.7 per cent, official data revealed on Thursday.

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IANS PHOTO GALLERY

Patna: Indian traders sell goats at a livestock market, ahead of the Eid al-Adha festival, in Patna on Thursday, July 07, 2022. (Photo: IANS)

New Delhi: Union Sports Minister Anurag Thakur in a group photo with players during the kit unveiling and send-off ceremony of the Indian Contingent for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, in New Delhi on Thursday, July 7, 2022. MoS Nisith Pramanik is also seen. (Photo: Qamar Sibtain/IANS)

Palghar :A couple wades through a waterlogged road during monsoon rains in Palghar District on Thursday July 07,2022.(Photo: Nitin Lawate/IANS)

Kolkata: A worker supplies LPG cylinder to residence as LPG domestic cylinder price hiked by Rs. 50/- per cylinder, in Kolkata on Wednesday, July 06, 2022. (Photo: Kuntal Chakrabarty/IANS)

Nagaon:A health worker wearing a mask fumigates inside a residential area as a precautionary measure against the spread of japanese encephalitis in Nagaon district of Assam on July 6,2022. 9 Japanese Encephalitis Patients Undergoing Treatment In GMCH Hospital.(Photo: Anuwar hazarika/IANS)

Patna: Indian traders sell goats at a livestock market, ahead
of the Eid al-Adha festival, in Patna on Thursday, July 07, 2022.
(Photo: IANS)
New Delhi: Union Sports Minister Anurag Thakur in a group
photo with players during the kit unveiling and send-off ceremony of
the Indian Contingent for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, in
New Delhi on Thursday, July 7, 2022. MoS Nisith Pramanik is also seen.
(Photo: Qamar Sibtain/IANS)
Palghar :A couple wades through a waterlogged road during
monsoon rains in Palghar District on Thursday July 07,2022.(Photo:
Nitin Lawate/IANS)
Kolkata: A worker supplies LPG cylinder to residence as LPG
domestic cylinder price hiked by Rs. 50/- per cylinder, in Kolkata on
Wednesday, July 06, 2022. (Photo: Kuntal Chakrabarty/IANS)
Nagaon:A health worker wearing a mask fumigates inside a residential
area as a precautionary measure against the spread of japanese
encephalitis in Nagaon district of Assam on July 6,2022. 9 Japanese
Encephalitis Patients Undergoing Treatment In GMCH Hospital.(Photo:
Anuwar hazarika/IANS)

BUSINESS

SoftBank's Rajeev Misra leaving group to start his own venture
Business Technology 06:00 PM

SoftBank's Rajeev Misra leaving group to start his own venture

Tokyo/New Delhi, July 7 (IANS) In yet another high-profile exit, key SoftBank executive Rajeev Misra is leaving the Japanese investment group to start his own venture, the media reported on Thursday.

SPORTS

ENG vs IND: Edgbaston to deploy undercover crowd spotters during 2nd T20I to combat racist abuse
Sports Cricket 06:00 PM

ENG vs IND: Edgbaston to deploy undercover crowd spotters during 2nd T20I to combat racist abuse

London, July 7 (IANS) The second T20I between England and India, which is set to be played at Edgbaston on Saturday, will be monitored by "undercover football crowd-style spotters", after Warwickshire County Cricket Club on Thursday unveiled a series of new measures to combat the in...

Upcoming season of WBBL to be staged across Australia after two years of disruption
Sports Cricket 05:36 PM

Upcoming season of WBBL to be staged across Australia after two years of disruption

Melbourne, July 7 (IANS) Cricket Australia (CA) on Thursday announced that the upcoming season of women's Big Bash League (WBBL), comprising 59 matches, will be staged all across Australia after two years of disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and state border closures.

SHOWCASE

Alert gateman prevents major rail mishap in Karnataka
General Human Interest/Society 05:42 PM

Alert gateman prevents major rail mishap in Karnataka

Bengaluru, July 7 (IANS) An alert railway crossing gateman's presence of mind has prevented a major disaster in Karnataka, railway authorities said.

SPOTLIGHT

Study reveals half of Kerala tribal women have poor knowledge of contraceptives
General Health/Medicine 03:28 PM

Study reveals half of Kerala tribal women have poor knowledge of contraceptives

Kochi, July 7 (IANS) A study done among the tribal women in Wayanad in Kerala, which has now been published in a leading international peer review journal-BMJ, reveals that the use of contraceptives was only 26.4 per cent compared to the state average of 53 per cent.

IANS VIDEO GALLERY

SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY

WHO reports two new monkeypox deaths, health workers at risk of spread
Science/Technology Science 05:48 PM

WHO reports two new monkeypox deaths, health workers at risk of spread

Geneva, July 7 (IANS) Monkeypox infections have claimed two more lives, taking the total toll to three since the beginning of the year, the World Health Organisation said in a report on Thursday.

IANS Life

  • Which is better - Eye creams, gel, or masks?
    General IANS Life 01:32 PM

    Which is better - Eye creams, gel, or masks?

    New Delhi, July 7 (IANSlife) Where words are few, it is said that the eyes can convey a lot. And this is especially true in these Covid times when we wear masks that allow our eyes to express themselves more freely because our faces are covered.

  • Indulge in some rum-infused concoctions
    General IANS Life 01:22 PM

    Indulge in some rum-infused concoctions

    New Delhi, July 7 (IANSlife) Cocktails are better when shared with friends. If you find yourself in need of a conversation starter to kick off your next happy hour or a weekend at home, look no further than this incredible collection to whip out some truly amazing cocktails that blend perfectly with the monsoon mood to jazz up your lazy rainy evenings.

  • 'Pawsome' ways to celebrate your dog's birthday
    General IANS Life 01:16 PM

    'Pawsome' ways to celebrate your dog's birthday

    New Delhi, July 7 (IANSlife) Are you looking for some pleasant yet straightforward ways to honour your dog's birthday? You've arrived at the proper location. Because our pets are unique, their birthday ought to be publicly observed.

  • Etiquettes to follow when visiting newborns & their family
    General IANS Life 10:42 AM

    Etiquettes to follow when visiting newborns & their family

    New Delhi, July 7 (IANSlife) While one may be thrilled at the thought of cuddling a new life in their arms, remember that the new mother may have her own set of apprehensions while welcoming visitors to her home.

  • World Chocolate Day: How dark chocolate can minimize the impact on glucose control
    General IANS Life 07:38 PM

    World Chocolate Day: How dark chocolate can minimize the impact on glucose control

    New Delhi, July 6 (IANSlife) Are you the kind of person that feasts on chocolate when celebrating something? Or do you reserve this comforting superfood for days when you need something to light up your mood? Either way, if you're a chocoholic, it's time to celebrate World Chocolate Day with no guilt. Consuming limited amounts of dark chocolate may help improve blood sugar levels and insulin sensitivity, two important factors in the onset of diabetes, according to research.

  • A hard push for lab-grown diamonds in India
    General IANS Life 11:24 AM

    A hard push for lab-grown diamonds in India

    New Delhi, July 6 (IANSLife) Contemporary society has languished many antiquated notions of beauty, and opened its arms to several sustainable trends that have not only changed peoples' perceptions but also laid a non-conformist ideological plank that works both on monetary and intellectual levels. For ages, the beauty industry was mocked for promoting unrealistic standards of beauty and being classist that only caters to the ultra-rich populations. But it is entirely untrue in the present context.

  • Space-saving kitchen ideas for studio apartments
    General IANS Life 11:12 AM

    Space-saving kitchen ideas for studio apartments

    New Delhi, July 6 (IANSlife) We are all well-accustomed to dwelling in small spaces in India. Apartment sizes are shrinking year after year, while real estate prices are skyrocketing. Millennials are making studio apartments their homes, and maximising space utilisation is the key to a perfect interior! This article is for those souls who are struggling to organise a kitchen space inside a studio apartment.

  • Mommy burnout & recovering from it
    General IANS Life 11:00 AM

    Mommy burnout & recovering from it

    New Delhi, July 6 (IANSlife) Feeding, burping, diaper changes, odd hourly night cries, spit-ups, followed by clean-ups, pumping sessions, bottle washing-the list of chores is endless with a baby, but the hours in a day and helping hand are always limited.

  • The food items hold the secret to glowing skin
    General IANS Life 10:44 AM

    The food items hold the secret to glowing skin

    New Delhi, July 6 (IANSlife) Yes, you can have glowing healthy skin just by eating right. This list of food items is easy to incorporate into your diet. This includes strawberries, oranges, carrots and avocados, and salmon. Maintaining a healthy body is just as important as keeping a healthy skin. It gives you more confidence, and your smile shapes your beauty.

  • Niacinamide: One-stop solution for all your skincare woes
    General IANS Life 10:20 AM

    Niacinamide: One-stop solution for all your skincare woes

    New Delhi, July 6 (IANSlife) With climate change and increasing pollution, new skincare problems are emerging every day. Keeping a list of products essential for your skin can be a tedious task for anyone. How about having an ingredient that answers all your problems? Vitamin B3 often known as Niacinamide is the powerhouse skincare ingredient that is here to take away all your skincare worries.

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