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Monsoon arrives in Mumbai; suburban trains running late

Trains are running with 10-15 minutes delay on harbour and main line. It’s continuously raining and IMD has predicted heavy and nonstop rain till 4pm and beyond. City’s civic body, BMC senior officials, including deputy municipal commissioners, assistant commissioners and heads of departments will continue to work over the weekend. ... Read More »

Singapore welcomes Trump Kim summit despite heavy security

Security around the St Regis and Shangri-La Hotel near the shopping area of Orchard Road were tightened with road blocks set to kick in from June 10 onwards. The two luxury hotels are said to be where Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un will be staying during their four-day visit. Neither ... Read More »

Cure for alcoholism could be close after brain protein discovery

The protein called MUNC 13-1 plays a pivotal role in the development of tolerance to alcoholism, University of Houston College of Pharmacy medicinal chemist Joydip Das said in eNeuro, the journal of the Society for Neuroscience. “Addiction to alcohol remains one of the most significant mental health problems throughout the ... Read More »

Vladimir Putin welcomes teams and supporters to World Cup

“To all football fans and the greatest football teams on the planet, welcome!” Putin said on Russian television six days before the four-yearly tournament gets underway. “It is with immense joy and a great honour that we receive representatives of the great football family. We want this event to be ... Read More »

BJP will form government in Rajasthan: Rathore

He said that people will vote for BJP this time due to the transparent governance provided by PM Modi in the last four years of his tenure. He was speaking at a karyakarta sammelan of his parliamentary constituency at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium Auditorium in New Delhi. Speaking at the same ... Read More »

Donald Trump deepens G7 divide with call to readmit Russia

As the heads of the top industrialized democracies embarked on the two-day G7 summit in rural Quebec, European leaders warned that Trump’s stance on trade, the climate, Iran and — now — Russia sets him apart. Already angered by Trump’s imposition of tariffs on steel and aluminum — and planning ... Read More »