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    DU releases its third cut-off list

    Nikita Jain New Delhi: The University of Delhi (DU) on Saturday released the third cut-off list for admission to colleges and courses across the varsity. For BA (Hons) Economics at Hansraj College has been reduced from 98.5% to 97.75% in the third cut-off list. Meanwhile, colleges with the highest cut-off are Lady Shri Ram College and Miranda House with 98.75%, Ramjas College with 97.25%, Kirori Mal College...

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    Over 4K cases for 2nd day in a row

    Roushan Ali New Delhi: Delhi recorded as many as 4,116 fresh coronavirus cases. With this, the tally of cases in the state has mounted to over 3.52 lakh on Saturday, while the death toll mounted to 6,225. Thirty-six fatalities have been recorded in the past 24 hours, according to the latest bulletin issued by the Delhi health department. According to a health bulletin issued by the Delhi government, 55,461...

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    Schools not opening for now in Delhi: CM Kejriwal

    Team MP New Delhi: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday ruled out reopening of schools in the national Capital for now. "Schools are not reopening for now," Kejriwal told reporters on sidelines of an event. The government had earlier announced that schools will continue to remain closed till October 31 in view of COVID-19 pandemic. Universities and schools across the country...

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    Much-awaited Seelampur & Shastri Park flyovers thrown open to public

    Team MP New Delhi: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal threw open the much-awaited flyovers at Seelampur and Shastri Park for the public in northeast Delhi on Saturday and said the AAP government is ensuring the best facilities for the people of the city by saving money in every project. He said the distance between ISBT and UP border can now be covered in 10 minutes. Addressing...

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    Virat is most complete player across formats, feels Root

    Agencies London: England Test skipper Joe Root considers Virat Kohli as the "most complete player" across all formats, saying he has an all-round game and his ability to chase down totals in white-ball cricket is "extraordinary". Root also called countryman Jos Buttler as the "most complete white-ball batsman" in the world currently. It has been widely...

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    Hamilton takes Portuguese Grand Prix pole position ahead of Valtteri Bottas

    Agencies Portimao: Lewis Hamilton edged out Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas to take pole position for the Portuguese Grand Prix on Saturday. Having secured a record-extending 97th career pole, Hamilton can make Formula One history if he wins Sunday's race with a 92nd win to move one clear of Michael Schumacher. The runaway championship leader's victory...

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    U-19 World Cup-winner Tanmay Srivastava retires from cricket

    Agencies Mumbai: Batsman Tanmay Srivastava, who was part of India's Under-19 World Cup winning team in 2008, announced retirement from all forms of cricket on Saturday, saying he has found new dreams and bigger aspirations to work towards. The 30-year-old left-hander took to social media to make the announcement but did not specify his new plans. "It's time to bid...

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    Rajasthan Royals face might of Mumbai in must-win clash

    Agencies Abu Dhabi: Skipper Rohit Sharma's fitness would be a concern for defending champions Mumbai Indians as they aim to continue their dominant run, while a depleted Rajasthan Royals would hope to stay afloat when the two teams clash in an IPL match here on Sunday. Mumbai roared back to form by crushing Chennai Super Kings by 10 wickets on Friday after their Super Over loss to...

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    Chakravarthy stars with five-for in KKR's 59-run win

    Agencies Abu Dhabi: Leg-spinner Varun Chakravarthy dished out the best bowling performance of this IPL with a five-for after his batting colleagues stepped up in style as Kolkata Knight Riders beat Delhi Capitals by 59 runs here on Saturday. Promoted to open the innings, Nitish Rana revelled in his new role as he overcame a personal tragedy to smash a whirlwind 81 and shared a game-changing...

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    Pb CM launches phase 2 of Urban Environment Improvement Programme

    Agencies Chandigarh: Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Saturday virtually launched phase two of the Rs 11,000 crore Urban Environment Improvement Programme (UEIP). Singh expressed confidence that the UEIP scheme, of which Rs 3,000 crore worth had been completed in the first phase, would help the state make significant improvement in the infrastructure of the cities and...

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