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Bengal minister's brother disappears in Damodar river
Sep 19, 2017 16:52 IST
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what happened: Asim Ghatak, elder brother of West Bengal law minister, Malay Ghatak disappeared in the river.
what it means: He is suspected to have drowned on Tuesday morning while offering prayers in memory of his ancestors. Police officers said Ghatak probably could not apprehend the depth of the water. He slipped.
what next: His body was missing till sundown. Police and disaster management teams were conducting searches.
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Honeypreet tops list of 43 most wanted Dera followers
Sep 18, 2017 12:18 IST
what happened: Haryana police on Monday released names and photos of 43 followers of rape-convict Gurmit Ram Rahim
what it means: Topping the list is Honeypreet, a close confidante of Baba, who has been absconding since August 25 conviction of Dera chief that led to large scale violence and killing of over three dozen persons.
what next: Police suspect that 32-year-old Honeypreet,who was Rahim's co-star in a few films,has fled to Nepal.
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India defeat Australia to take 1-0 lead in five-ODI series
Sep 17, 2017 22:28 IST
what happened: India beat Australia by 26 runs via DLS in the first ODI in Chennai.
what it means: Hardik Pandya (83) and MS Dhoni (79) helped India score 281/7 in 50 overs. Due to rain, Australia's target was revised to 164 in 21 overs (DLS). But they could manage only 137/9.
what next: The second India vs Australia ODI is in Kolkata on September 21.
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Lewis Hamilton wins Singapore GP with Sebastian Vettel out
Sep 17, 2017 20:12 IST
what happened: Lewis Hamilton won the Singapore GP to go 28 points clear of Sebastian Vettel in drivers' standings.
what it means: The victory was the 60th of Hamilton's career -- third in Singapore and seventh in 14 races this season -- and took him a huge stride closer to a fourth world title with six rounds remaining.
what next: The next F1 race is in Malaysia on October 1.