Outgoing President Pranab Mukherjee said on Monday that soul of India resides in pluralism and tolerance and the country must free its public discourse from all forms of violence, physical as well as verbal. In his farewell address broadcast to the nation, he said creation of an inclusive society has to an article of faith. He called for resurrecting the power of non-violence. Mukherjee, who had entered parliament first in 1969, said for the past 50 years of his public life, his passion has been...
A 36-year-old biker was killed when she was thrown off her two-wheeler after hitting a pothole on a road near Mumbai and was crushed by a passing truck.Bandra-resident Jagruti Hogale, a member of the all-women 'Bikerni' motorcycle club, was on a trip with two other bikers to Jawhar in Palghar district yesterday when the incident occurred, a police official said.The advertising professional tried to overtake a truck on the Jawhar-Dahanu road around 9 AM but her bike landed...
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Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim Al-Jaafari on Monday said he was not sure if the 39 Indians missing in Mosul since 2014 were still alive.
"We don't know whether they are dead or alive. We are equally concerned. There is no substantial evidence whether they are alive or not. We are making the best efforts," he told reporters after meeting Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan here.Al-Jaafari began his five-day visit to India today.After Iraqi forces recaptured Mosul from ISIS, India is seeking its help...
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Jindal Panther Polo Team Wins Col Girdhari Singh Memorial Cup Final
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December 4 , 2016 , 17:58 IST
[caption id="attachment_237894" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Jindal Panther Polo Team Wins Col Girdhari Singh Memorial Cup Final[/caption]
Jindal Panther polo team, led by Captain Naveen Jindal has emerged winner in the IPG Col Girdhari Singh Memorial Cup Final match, taking home the cup after beating Rajnigandha Achievers with 8 goals to 5, in the final match held on Sunday at the Jaipur Polo grounds near Race Course, Delhi.
The journey of Jindal Panther polo team on the IPG Col Girdhari Singh Memorial Cup began with its first match on November 29 against ASC, which Jindal Panthers won with 8 goals to 4 &1/2.
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The second Jindal Panther match for the IPG Col Girdhari Singh Memorial Cup was held on November 30 opposite Warraich Polo, where the team passed its previous record to score an impressive 9 goals beating Warraich Polo who scored 4&1/2 goals.
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The Jindal Panther team entered the semi-finals of the IPG Col Girdhari Singh Memorial Cup where it went up against the Sehgal Stud polo team on December 2. A neck-to-neck match, Jindal Panther team won by a single goal in the last few seconds clocking in a score of 5 goals to 4.