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History maker Sindhu dominates Worlds like no other

P.V. Sindhu did not break down, but she had tears in her
eyes when the national anthem was being played at St. Jakobshalle in Basel on
Sunday. Moments after becoming the first Indian to win the BWF World
Championships, a feat taller than her 5’10” frame, she could have let
herself go. But she did not.

Truck driver killed in stone pelting in J&K

A truck driver was killed on Sunday in a stone pelting
incident in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag district.

UP to get first toilet for transgenders

The first toilet for transgenders in Uttar Pradesh will be
opened in Varanasi, the parliamentary constituency of Prime Minister Narendra

SRK, Taapsee congratulate world champion Sindhu

After ace shuttler P.V. Sindhu on Sunday became the first
Indian to win the BWF World Championships, members of the Indian film
fraternity, including Shah Rukh Khan, Anupam Kher, Taapsee Pannu and Karan
Johar, took to social media to congratulate the ace shuttler.

Soyuz carrying humanoid robot aborts docking at ISS

The unmanned Soyuz spacecraft carrying a humanoid robot
astronaut to the International Space Station (ISS) will make a second docking
attempt on Monday after the first attempt was aborted on Saturday, NASA said.

Kavita Seth likes to revive old literature

Singer Kavita Seth has been vocal about her love for Sufi
music and ancient poems. She will soon unveil an album of eight songs which are
based on the works of Amrita Pritam, known for poems like “Ajj Aakhaan
Waris Shah Nu” and “Main Tenu Phir Milangi”.

EC announce bypolls in 4 assembly seats in four states

By-elections to four assembly constituencies in Tripura,
Kerala, Chhattisgarh and Uttar Pradesh will be held on September 23, the
Election Commission announced on Sunday.

Opposition, press faced draconian, brute force in
J&K: Rahul

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday said Opposition
leaders and the press had got a taste of the current “draconian
administration” in Jammu and Kashmir.

Punjab Congress slams Swamy for call to halt Kartarpur

Eight Punjab Congress legislators, comprising two cabinet
ministers, on Sunday hit out at BJP MP Subramanian Swamy over his remarks that
the work on the Kartarpur corridor should be stopped in the interest of the

Indo-Bangladesh rail project progresses at snail’s pace

Works on a 12.23 km India-Bangladesh new railway line are moving at a snail’s place in both the countries, around a decade after Rs 972 crore project was finalised.

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