Updated 10:59 AM Jul 26, 2014

Congress alleges travesty of justice as A-G denies it Leader of Opposition post

The A-G has cited a 1956 convention which stipulates that a party must have 10 per cent strength in the House to stake claim to the post.

Mumbai: Doctors baffled after extracting 232 teeth from a 17-year-old's mouth

The medical team at JJ Hospital is all smiles with what they've achieved and hope that the boy's condition does not reoccur.

Five things to know about the third India vs England Test

England slumped from 198 for 5 to 225 all out as India won their first Test away from home in three years, taking a 1-0 lead in the five-Test series.

'Kick' review: It has a mission to reinforce that Salman may be a bad boy but has a heart of gold

The pursuit of logic in a Salman film is a rather fruitless exercise which he admits himself saying, "Mere baare mein itna mat sochna. Dil mein aata hoon, samajh mein nahin."

Report of 10,000-yr-old rock painting depicting aliens trashed

The Director of Archaeological Department Rakesh Chaturvedi has trashed the claims about the 10,000-yr-old rock paintings.

Goddess ‘tells’ about idol's burial site to 9 girls; excavation begins

Surprisingly, the same dream was seen by nine different girls in the village and these girls are not known to each other.

Bhopal boy selected for training from England’s Liverpool FC

Notably, 16-year-old Pranendra Singh is the only one from the state to get full scholarship from the academy.

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