An 18-year-old German-Iranian gunman who apparently acted alone opened fire in a busy shopping mall in Munich on Friday evening, killing at least nine people in the third attack against civilians in Western Europe in eight days. The pistol-wielding attacker, identified by Munich Police Chief Hubertus Andrae as a dual national, was later found dead of a suspected self-inflicted gunshot wound to his head. The news comes at a very turbulent time, where terrorist attacks are coming one after the other. Earlier this week, a 17-year-old Afghan immigrant attacked people on a train with sharp objects, critically injuring nearly five people. The Islamic State had later claimed responsibility for the attack. The perpetrator was shot dead by the police while trying to flee.
This development comes days after the implementation notification of the 7th Pay Commission which was issued on Tuesday, following which the employees will now get the revised pay from their August salaries.
Usain Bolt is targeting all three titles once again at Rio Olympics, a "Triple Triple" as well as a new 200m record of under 19 seconds.
WhatsApp is retaining and storing chat logs even after the user deletes them
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Congress sources said that senior AICC leaders had decided to convene a meeting in New Delhi to resolve the logjam.
Police suspect that the car was speeding, somersaulted twice before it turned turtle.
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Trump Jr suggested that Obama's Philadelphia speech lifted a line from his Republican National Convention remarks, pointing out that both addresses contained the line "That's not the America I know."
Services at around 80,000 branches in the country were hit on Friday as employees of public sector banks went on a one-day strike.