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Trump launches personal attack on 'crazy, low IQ' female journalist
Washington: President Donald Trump today launched a brutal personal attack on MSNBC journalist Mika Brzezinski, after she sharply criticised his administration's dysfunction in a segment on her show.
"I heard poorly rated @Morning_Joe speaks badly of me (don't watch anymore)," Trump wrote, referring to a morning news show featuring Brzezinski and co-host Joe Scarborough.
Man shoots dog, owner; SC denies him anticipatory bail
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has rejected the anticipatory bail plea of a man, booked for allegedly shooting a pet dog dead and causing bullet injuries to its owner, and asked him to surrender.
The apex court refused to accept the submission of the counsel appearing for the accused that the bullets were fired at the dog as it was "furious" and was attacking him.
Kerala HC raises suspicion over appointment of Tachankary
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court on Friday raised suspicion over the appointment of Tomin J Thachankary as the ADGP in charge of administration at the police headquarters. The court asked whether the government exercised caution while appointing Thachankary in such a critical position.
AMMA has anti-feminist stance, actresses could have reacted: P K Sreemathy MP
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: P K Sreemathy MP has taken to Facebook to criticise the Association of Malayalam Movie Artists (AMMA) for not intervening in the case of the actress getting abducted and molested in Kochi.
Actress attacked in Kochi: More people to be questioned
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: There are reports that the police would question more people in connection with the case of the actress getting attacked in Kochi.
Mahindra Racing to exit Moto3 at end of 2017
NEW DELHI: Mahindra racing, winner of three races in the 2016 Moto3 World Championship, debuting six years ago, will end its participation in the series after the conclusion of the 2017 season to focus more on electric vehicle racing.
In six years, Mahindra made six podium finishes but its performance gradually degraded in and it satisfied at 14th position, which is its best in this season.
Aditi Ashok records career-best finish on LPGA tour
Arkansas (US): Leading Indian golfer Aditi Ashok secured a career-best tied 25th finish in LPGA's Walmart NW Arkansas Championship here.
Aditi totalled eight-under 208 with rounds of 70, 64 and 71.
It was a highly eventful round for Aditi as she went all out. She had five birdies, three bogeys and a crippling double bogey.
At one stage it was 10-under and within a shout of a top-10 finish. But a double bogey on par-4 12th and a bogey on par-13th dampened her challenge, even though she did manage a closing birdie on 18th.
Jeevan's life: lucky, unlucky and lucky again
New Delhi: In the last 24 hours, Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan endured a heartbreaking development, fought stress while waiting for a 'yes' and eventually came out smiling to live his Wimbledon dream.
For the first time in his career, Jeevan earned a chance to make his Grand Slam debut but an ankle injury to his partner Hyeon Chung almost killed his dream.
However, as destiny would have it, American Jared Donaldson came as his saviour and agreed to play with the Indian left-hander at the most prestigious grass court tournament.
And what a stroke of luck!
AI privatisation welcome but clear salary dues first: Pilots
NEW DELHI: The proposal to privatise Air India is a welcome move but salary arrears should be settled first as promised earlier, feel pilots at the national carrier.
Facing tough financial conditions, Air India had resorted to salary cuts in 2012. Since then, arrears have been accumulating even as certain section of employees accepted revised pay scales.
Kerala govt investing Rs 50,000 cr on infra projects: Issac
Hyderabad: The Kerala government is investing about Rs 50,000 crore on infrastructure projects this year to enhance job opportunities for the youth, state Finance Minister Thomas Issac said here today.
Noting that about 40 per cent of the investment has already been declared, he said the proposed investment is huge for a small state like Kerala.