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Tubelight: Shah Rukh Khan's cameo in Tubelight was one of the highlights of Salman Khan's film. However, some scenes have been leaked from the cameo appearance of Jab Harry Met Sejal actor, which are going viral even before the film releases for the audiences. The Kabir Khan directorial will release on June 23.

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Sridevi was quoted saying that she would have been happy if her daughters would have opted for a secure and less stressfull profession and got married and settled.

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Henry Hank Deutschendorf who played the child Oscar in 1989 Ghostbusters II allegedly commits suicide at the age of 29. He was discovered by his twin brother William, in the apartment in Escondido, CA. Henry Deutschendorf lost his battle with schizo affective disorder on June 14.

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BenQ SW320 can be hardware calibrated with a colorimeter and Palette Master Element calibration software for professional work. The 31.5-inch IPS panel boasts of 4K UHD 3840 x 2160 pixels resolution and 178˚ H/V viewing angles.

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Flipkart's 'Own Your Dream Phone' sale is now live, and it will continue till June 24. The three-day sale offers deals, discounts, exchange offers and No Cost EMI options on the iPhone 5s, iPhone SE, iPhone 6, iPhone 6s, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, Google Pixel, Galaxy C9 Pro, and Moto Z.

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Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ system apps received a bunch of updates related to Bixby Voice support in the US in past few days, and now the Bixby rollout might just be on its way to limited users who signed up for the Bixby Early Access Program at the end of last week.

Delhi News

Venkaiah Naidu to meet mayors of municipal bodies soon
Venkaiah Naidu to meet mayors of municipal bodies soon

The three Delhi mayors, along with commissioners of the three corporations, are expected to meet the UD minister next week.

Two thieves held for beating man to death
Two thieves held for beating man to death

On the basis of eyewitness accounts, police nabbed Vijay Lakda (23) and Manjeet Pal (19). During questioning, the duo told police that they killed the youth as he was stealing from the area in which they operated.

Running out of space, government gaushalas turn away cattle
Running out of space, government gaushalas turn away cattle

Apart from government shelters, even private gaushalas have complained of overcrowding in recent months.

Suspicious of affair, man stabs wife 30 times in front of son, say police
Suspicious of affair, man stabs wife 30 times in front of son, say police

In the midst of the argument, police said Binod bolted his brother’s room from outside. He then whipped out a knife from his bag and started stabbing Rekha. Police said the accused stabbed his wife 30 times and fled the spot after the son raised an alarm.

International Yoga Day 2017: Delhi refuses to let rain dampen celebrations
International Yoga Day 2017: Delhi refuses to let rain dampen celebrations

Dressed in white shirts and an array of pyjamas, salwars and shorts, people sat on red mats — provided by the New Delhi Municipal Council — across the six radials of CP. From yoga groups in colonies to school children and families — a variety of people turned up for the event.

Government scraps private maintenance clause so DTC can purchase buses
Government scraps private maintenance clause so DTC can purchase buses

Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot Wednesday said the DTC had decided to do away with the annual maintenance clause — which made it mandatory for bus manufacturers to look after the upkeep and maintenance of buses after selling it to the Delhi government.

Woman conspired to murder husband, mother-in-law: Cops
Woman conspired to murder husband, mother-in-law: Cops

The 74-year-old woman and her son were found injured while four of their family members were drugged, police said

CBSE told to submit details on scrapping re-evaluation
CBSE told to submit details on scrapping re-evaluation

The court’s observation came while hearing several pleas filed by students in Delhi, and one from Saudi Arabia, who gave the board exams this year. The students had also sought parity with an order of the Orissa High Court, which had allowed re-evaluation for certain students.

Severe staff shortage hits malaria fight
Severe staff shortage hits malaria fight

Earlier, the court had directed the NVBDCP to “make a comprehensive action plan from every angle, which the municipal and civic authorities must implement, so that the problem of vector-borne diseases is minimised and ultimately eliminated”.

Delhi HC slams civic bodies on garbage: Let’s move government colonies to Seelampur or Kotla
Delhi HC slams civic bodies on garbage: Let’s move government colonies to Seelampur or Kotla

The bench asked for action taken report as well as an action plan.

Nine-year-old dies after falling into uncovered pit
Nine-year-old dies after falling into uncovered pit

The pit is covered after dried leaves are filled in. In this case, it might have been left open due to the rain. But, we will look into the matter,” said a DDA official.

Police Diary: Plans for two more railway police stations in Delhi
Police Diary: Plans for two more railway police stations in Delhi

A police officer told The Indian Express that the railway police will send the proposal to the government for its approval. Delhi has 45 railway stations and only seven railway police stations.

Mentor teachers to visit schools across country
Mentor teachers to visit schools across country

The teachers were selected by the government under the Mentor Teacher Programme last year. They were assigned to visit different schools, where they train other teachers on teaching methodologies.

Seven months on, CBI says no nod to prosecute CM Kejriwal’s former secretary Rajendra Kumar
Seven months on, CBI says no nod to prosecute CM Kejriwal’s former secretary Rajendra Kumar

Kumar was charged by the CBI with criminal conspiracy, cheating and forgery under the Indian Penal Code, besides provisions of Prevention of Corruption Act, along with eight others and Endeavour Systems Private Limited (ESPL).

151% excess rain in June keeps mercury under check in Delhi
151% excess rain in June keeps mercury under check in Delhi

Between June 15 and June 21, the city has seen 371 per cent more rainfall than usual. Normally, the city sees 14.2 mm of rain during this time frame but it saw 66.9 mm rain over the past week.

Allowing mosquitoes to breed akin to culpable homicide: Delhi HC
Allowing mosquitoes to breed akin to culpable homicide: Delhi HC

Rejecting the reports which claimed that regular cleaning was being undertaken and there was complete sanitation in entire east Delhi, the court said the MCDs have “pathetically failed” to discharge their functions.

Delhi High Court gives murder convict a chance to reform, reduces jail term
Delhi High Court gives murder convict a chance to reform, reduces jail term

The bench said that Bind be protected from getting associated with anti-social groups, agencies of moral hazards (like gambling dens, drinking places and brothels) and with demoralised and deprived persons.

Oil spill on Moolchand underpass, two injured
Oil spill on Moolchand underpass, two injured

A Hindustan Petroleum company official said, “The tanker was carrying 20,000 litres of ATF. However, the quantity of the spill has not been ascertained yet.” Police, however, said that around 4,000-5,000 litres of the fuel spilled onto the road.

Trying stunt on new bike, 15-yr-old dies
Trying stunt on new bike, 15-yr-old dies

On the basis of PCR call made by locals who found the boys, a case was registered under Sections 279 (rash and negligent driving) and 304-A (death caused due to negligence) of the IPC at Usmanpur police station. Further investigation is underway,” the officer said.

Year after deadline, online RTI portal yet to take off
Year after deadline, online RTI portal yet to take off

Website was stuck due to the municipal elections in the city, states RTI reply.

Six of family attacked over ‘personal enmity’
Six of family attacked over ‘personal enmity’

The matter came to light early Tuesday morning when a neighbour went to Narayni Devi’s residence to invite her for a ceremony at her home. She told police that Narayni, and her son Anup Singh (40), who runs a transport business, were lying on the floor with stab wounds in their necks and abdomen.

Attacked by cow, man dies
Attacked by cow, man dies

“Inderpal used to stay with his family in Kewal Park Extension. He went to a park nearby for a morning walk. While he was in the park, the cow first attacked the park’s caretaker Akhtar Khan, who somehow saved himself,” a senior police officer said.

‘Centenary celebrations cost too much’, Ramjas to hike fee
‘Centenary celebrations cost too much’, Ramjas to hike fee

The college has proposed a hike of Rs 2,500 for social sciences and Rs 3,000-Rs 4,000 for science courses, despite dissent from staff members. A staff council member said it was mentioned during the meeting that of the Rs 7-8 crore in the students’ fund, Rs 2.75 crore was utilised during the celebrations

Parents accused of trying to declare girl ‘mentally ill
Parents accused of trying to declare girl ‘mentally ill

The woman, 23, was allegedly forcibly taken away by her parents — for providing treatment for her “mental disorder” — from the residence of her music teacher.

Gave us wrong facts on students’ success: Education department to Manish Sisodia
Gave us wrong facts on students’ success: Education department to Manish Sisodia

Sources said Sisodia’s office wanted the advertisement to mention how results of those studying in government schools were much better than those studying in private schools. But keeping in mind the Supreme Court regulation on content verification by respective departments, the education department tweaked and amended a few words in the script

Sanjay Singh meets L-G Anil Baijal over AAP office space
Sanjay Singh meets L-G Anil Baijal over AAP office space

In the letter — signed by party leaders Ashutosh and Sanjay Singh — the AAP said “this is the first time in India that a party, with a majority of 67 of 70 Assembly seats, has no space for a party office. All efforts are being made to empty this party’s office.”

Now, weekly targets for phone snatchers
Now, weekly targets for phone snatchers

“Those either on foot or travelling in autos and rickshaws are most vulnerable. While three- wheelers often get stuck in traffic, the snatchers come on a motorcycle or scooter, snatch phones, and disappear,” said the officer.

From surya namaskar to yogis: Artists revamp streets across capital
From surya namaskar to yogis: Artists revamp streets across capital

Delhi Street Art also created Yoga-related murals and paintings at a municipal park in Green Park, and at construction sites of Ambedkar Memorial on Dr Rajendra Prasad Road.

Stole car keys from showroom, then he tracked down owner
Stole car keys from showroom, then he tracked down owner

The Additional DCP also said that the accused had been arrested in connection with a murder case in Srinivas Puri in Delhi in 1998.

Two brothers held for raping 14-yr-old cousin
Two brothers held for raping 14-yr-old cousin

On June 9, when they were by themselves at home, the accused came around midnight. One of the boys started touching the elder sister inappropriately. “When the younger sister protested, the other boy pointed a pistol at her. The two accused took turns to rape the elder sister,” the officer said.

Rs 140 crore for CCTV cameras in 6,350 city buses
Rs 140 crore for CCTV cameras in 6,350 city buses

The DTC will appoint a bid process manager through an open tender enquiry, said an official, adding that the “objective of this decision is to instill a sense of security in the minds of women commuters and to ensure their safe travel in public service buses”.

Picked over a month ago, SRCC principal has no appointment letter
Picked over a month ago, SRCC principal has no appointment letter

Teachers are now worried since the term of the officiating principal, R P Rustagi, ends on June 30 and the admission process is set to begin. On May 12, the university had finalised that Simrat Kaur will be the college’s first woman principal.

Uphaar fire tragedy: Government recommends rejection of Ansal’s plea
Uphaar fire tragedy: Government recommends rejection of Ansal’s plea

On June 3, 1997, 59 people, trapped in the balcony of Uphaar cinema in Green Park area of south Delhi, died of asphyxia when a fire broke out during the screening of the movie ‘Border’.

Woman forced into car, gangraped from Gurgaon to Greater Noida
Woman forced into car, gangraped from Gurgaon to Greater Noida

“The victim claimed the men took turns to rape her as the car continued to move, crossing the Delhi-Gurgaon and then the Delhi-Noida border, before she was finally thrown out of the car in Greater Noida’s Kasna area,” police said.

Centre’s nod to fourth phase of Delhi Metro
Centre’s nod to fourth phase of Delhi Metro

The announcement was made by BJP MP Ramesh Bidhuri on Tuesday after a meeting with Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu. Bidhuri met Naidu and raised the demand of the Metro IV phase lines besides complaining against the delay in execution of work on the proposed lines.

International Yoga Day: No entry, exit at Rajiv Chowk Metro station till 8.30 am on June 21
International Yoga Day: No entry, exit at Rajiv Chowk Metro station till 8.30 am on June 21

The statement released by DMRC further added that interchange of passengers will be available at the station for Line 3/4 (Blue Line) and Line 2 (Yellow Line) and vice versa during this period.