4 Alleged ISI-Trained Men Arrested For Planning To Disrupt IPL Matches

April 4, 2018

Chandigarh: The Punjab Police’s Counter-Intelligence wing has arrested four men, allegedly trained by Pakistan’s ISI, who were planning to highlight the Khalistan issue in IPL matches to be held in Mohali. The men were allegedly trained by an Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agent through social media to disturb communal harmony in the state by propagating the ‘Referendum-2020’ on Khalistan by setting buses and liquor vends afire. They were arrested from Shaheed…

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'Don't enter IPL auction if you're afraid of being embarrassed' – Mills

April 4, 2018

shares Tymal Mills celebrates a wicket © PCB/PSL A year is a long time in the world of a T20 freelance cricketer. Twelve months ago, Tymal Mills was gearing up for his first crack at sporting superstardom, after being snapped up by Bangalore Royal Challengers for a whopping GBP1.4 million at the 2017 IPL auction – a true rags to riches tale for a player who had feared, due to…

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DDA Principal Commissioner, 2 Others, Arrested For Taking Rs 4 Lakh Bribe

April 4, 2018

New Delhi: The CBI today arrested Principal Commissioner of Delhi Development Authority JP Aggarwal and two others for allegedly accepting a bribe of Rs 4 lakh, the probe agency said. The CBI said that during investigations Mr Aggarwal was arrested along with two other persons — Sunil Gupta and Anil Gupta — for allegedly accepting the bribe of Rs 4 lakh. The money was handed over inside a file. The…

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Augusta National adds women's event to slate

April 4, 2018

11:47 AM ET Associated Press AUGUSTA, Ga. — A new women’s amateur tournament will be played partially at Augusta National the week before the Masters beginning next year. All you need to know about the 2018 Masters Tournament, including day-by-day results and analysis from Augusta National. Masters chairman Fred Ridley announced the tournament Wednesday, calling it a move to help grow the game of golf. It will be called the…

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RG III gets 1-year deal to be Ravens backup

April 4, 2018

12:07 PM ET OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Baltimore Ravens have reached a one-year agreement with quarterback Robert Griffin III, providing an experienced backup to Joe Flacco. The Ravens initially brought in Griffin to throw to receivers in a recent workout. That led to another meeting with team officials and eventually an agreement late Tuesday. Baltimore had expressed interest in Griffin last summer. Other than Flacco, the only quarterback on…

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Bayliss wants greater competition for batting spots

April 4, 2018

12:59 PM ET Head coach Trevor Bayliss has hinted that the England batting line-up is unlikely to change much for the series against Pakistan in May, despite few of the issues being resolved over the last five months, but he called on domestic players to show they are better than those currently in the team. Bayliss conceded that England ended their 2017-18 Test campaign with largely the same questions as…

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Delhi Maximum Temperature Rises To 39 Degrees Celsius

April 4, 2018

New Delhi: The mercury maintained an upward trend with the maximum temperature being recorded at 39 degrees Celsius, five notches above the season’s average, in the national capital. The minimum temperature settled at 23 degrees Celsius, four notches above the normal, said a Meteorological Department official. The humidity oscillated between 80 and 30 per cent. The weather department has forecast overcast skies for tomorrow. “The maximum and minimum are likely…

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Driver Arrested After Faking Rs14 Lakh Robbery With Self-Inflicted Wounds

April 4, 2018

New Delhi: A businessman’s driver was arrested after he faked a robbery in which he claimed Rs 14 lakh was snatched from him by unidentified bikers after they attacked him, police told news agency IANS. Ramu Poddar, 29, had gone to Ankit Metals in Friends Colony on Sunday to collect money on behalf of his employer Satya Narayan Bhutani. The driver hid the money in his house in Shahdara and…

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Amid Job Market Growth, Consumer Delinquencies Wane

By PYMNTS Economic tailwinds are helping consumers make timely loan payments. As American Banker reported Wednesday (April 4), delinquent payment rates waned a bit in the fourth quarter of last year, with late payments to banks slipping. The financial publication noted that those late payments were lower for nine of the 11 categories tracked by the American Bankers Association (ABA), as measured sequentially from the third quarter of 2017. Payments…

April 4, 2018
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