Mnuchin says US to consider waivers on Iran sanctions

10 hours ago
By Lesley Wroughton. WASHINGTON () The United States in certain cases will consider waivers for countries that need more time to wind down imports of oil from Iran as it seeks to avoid disrupting global oil markets while reimposing sanctions  ... ...

Fifa World Cup 2018: Japan coach Akira Nishino reacts to heartbreaking last 16 defeat

2 weeks ago
Japan national football team coach Akira Nishino said the Blue Samurais had headed into the Round of 16 tie against higherranked Belgium not just to impress the world but to win and create history. The 63yearold former international cut a Internet reacts to an epic WC nigh ... ...

'Sanju' whitewashes Sanjay Dutt's wrongdoings, say Twitterati

2 weeks ago
Sanju, the biopic on the life of actor Sanjay Dutt, is raking in moolah at the box office, but on Twitter, people have different opinion about the Ranbir Kapoorstarrer film. Even as most critics and audience seem to have liked the biopic so far, but Baba, Bas Ho Gaya: Dear Rajkumar Hirani, Sanju Isn't a Victim & Journos Aren't the Villains of His Story ... ...

Dhadak song Zingaat: Hindi version of Marathi song disappoints fans; Tweeple say #ZingaatRuined

3 weeks ago
The second song of Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter starrer Dhadak is out and has got everyone talking on social media. Sadly, not for the right reasons. 'Zingaat', the second track of the upcoming Hindi film is a remake of the superhit Marathi track ... ...

Health Dept chalks out action plan for dengue prevention

3 weeks ago
With Monsoon about to hit the city, the health department of East Singhbhum has chalked out action plan to prevent spread of dengue. A sixmember East Singhbhum health department team on Monday inspected the Cable Town locality in Golmuri, where  ... ...

Root cause of India's banking crisis: A nonexistent corporate bond market

4 weeks ago
This quarter, all public sector banks (PSBs) returned losses and many have sunk deeper into the quagmire of bad loans. Even the private sector banks, hitherto considered as poster boys of efficiency, have shown increased nonperforming assets (NPAs) of ... ...

Dutch PM cleans up after spilling coffee; Twitterati wonder what Indian politicians would have done

1 month ago
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte is in news after he spilled a coffee and cleaned it on his own, without waiting for the Parliament's cleaning staff to get going. That people across the world are lauding the PM for this, on the other hand, also gives a ... ...

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