India’s ace shuttler PV Sindhu seeded second after she suffered a 15-21, 18-21 defeat by the hands of Japanese star Nozomi Okuhara in straight games that lasted only for 50 minutes to settle for runners-up spot in the Thailand Open at Bangkok on Sunday.
. @nozomi_o11 won the match 21-15; 21-18 to defeat @Pvsindhu1 in a straight game. Wasn't an ideal finish but you will come back strong, Sindhu. #BestofBadminton #IndiaontheRise pic.twitter.com/pGLYSdMMM9
— BAI Media (@BAI_Media) July 15, 2018
Aam Aadmi Party supremo and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced Alok Agarwal as the Chief Ministerial candidate for Madhya Pradesh during an AAP Indore Rally on Sunday. AAP emphasized on development, growth, education and farmers upliftment as it's poll agenda.
Some imp questions that people of India wish to ask from Hon’ble PM. Do watch this ... https://t.co/Qu3BPO1b8O
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) July 15, 2018
The Party is going to contest all the 230 seats in poll-bound...
Police forces in US's Chicago faced clashes with protesters after an officer fatally shot a black man on Saturday who was suspected of carrying a gun.
Nearly 150 people gathered in the protest, shouting 'murderers' and 'no justice, no peace' and throwing objects on police cars during the confrontation in the South Side area of Chicago.
Chief Chicago police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi described the protests to Associated Press.
"There were glass bottles thrown...plastic water bottles. Bottles filled...
The frenzy around FIFA final game between France and Croatia on Sunday is not only keeping football fans on their toes but even B-town celebs can’t keep calm.
The simple beauty of the game makes it easy for people of all ages to understand quickly, and it has helped to build a universal fan base. Men and women, old and young, rich and poor, all gather together in front of their televisions and at the stadium, putting surface differences aside and allowing their love of the game to bring them together....
The actor-turned-politician Rajinikanth on Sunday came out in the support of PM Narendra Modi’s proposal of “One Nation One Election”.
Speaking to the media Rajinikanth said, “One India, One Election’ is a good idea as it would save time and money”.
I support One Nation One Election. This will save money and time: Rajinikanth in Chennai #TamilNadu pic.twitter.com/kQw516MfSK
— ANI (@ANI) July 15, 2018
The superstar further added that he would take the decision on contesting...
The Chinese smartphone maker Oppo had launched its new Budget Smartphone Oppo A3s on July 13 at a price of Rs 10,990 and here a great news. The phone is now available from Sunday onwards on leading online shopping platforms like Amazon, Flipkart and Paytm.
Customers can also purchase this amazing gadget through offline mode at stores.
We all want a phone which is not just value for money but has features to opt it out for. OPPO A3s will be here to provide you just that. Unleash the power of Bigger...
Canadian Groom Sings ‘Tum Hi Ho’ To Impress Indian Bride
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July 15 , 2015 , 17:35 IST
[caption id="attachment_82426" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Simran Malhotra and Frank Gregoire. (Photo courtesy: AVPStudios/YouTube)[/caption]
Wedding is considered to be the most memorable day in anyone’s life and to make it special, the bride and groom try to surprise each other. This Canadian couple has become famous overnight, when the wedding filmmakers - AVPStudios-posted a video of their reception. Bride (Simran Malhotra) and groom (Frank Gregoire) have grabbed all the eye balls on the social media. Frank gave the most priceless gift to his beloved Simran when he sang a Bollywood number ‘Tum hi ho’ from the movie ‘Aashiqui 2’ while playing a piano in the background.
While the groom was singing this romantic number, it left the bride into tears of joy. Even the guests seemed getting emotional in that particular moment. In the end Simran went ahead to hug the groom.
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Simran, who is from Toronto, met Frank, who is from Sherbrooke, in Baltimore in 2012 at their workplace. They decided to exchange vows on July 27, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. The couple followed both Sikh and Christian wedding rituals.