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India and Australia sign six agreements

New Delhi: India and Australia today signed six agreements in areas like combating terrorism, civil aviation security, sports, health and medicine and satellite navigation. The pacts were signed after delegation talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in New Delhi.

Naam Shabana

A day after its release Taapsee Pannu starrer 'Naam Shabana' banned in Pakistan

New Delhi: Pakistan censor board has banned the Taapsee Pannu starrer 'Naam Shabana' in Pakistan a day after its release.

“Authorities felt that the film's theme of terrorism could reflect badly on Pakistan, which is why the film was withdrawn from theatres. Earlier this year, Pakistan had lifted the ban on screening Indian films,” said the sources.

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4 Militants Killed as Army Foils Infiltration Bid in Keran Sector

New Delhi: Four militants were killed today as Army foiled an infiltration bid along the Line of Control (LoC) in Keran sector in Kupwara district of north Kashmir.

Defence spokesman Colonel Rajesh Kalia said the troops posted along the LoC intercepted the militants while they were trying to sneak into the Valley from across.

An encounter erupted and during the exchange of fire, four terrorists have been killed so far.

The militants tried to infiltrate from across the Line of Control (LoC) in Keran sector but troops foiled their bid. This subsequent exchange of fire resulted in killing the militants.

The weapons are confisticated from the site of encounter.

The search operation is still on in the area.

Rule The Rolls

THE REBIRTH OF KHAN CHACHA

New Delhi: Khan Chacha, the well known eatery and legacy in Khan Market, Delhi, known for its kebabs has opened a new restaurant by the name of “Rule The Rolls” in Gurgaon. Khan Chacha has been in the business of preparing and selling kebabs, tikkas, rolls, etc. since 1972 in Khan Market. Khan Chacha sons, Salim and Javed Hasan continued the legacy under the guidance of the maestro himself. With the inherited style of cooking and serving food to customers as treating god, his sons have taken Khan Chacha to the position where it needs no introduction.Mutton Kebab Roll

Khan Chacha kebabs became famous all over the country and even abroad, that a lot of magazines and newspapers wrote about them. Khan Chacha was also featured in Legendary Restaurants of Delhi. Many bollywood celebs and cricketers have visited this place for its amazing food. Khan Chacha has received many awards for its legendary kebabs and rolls.  The awards from the majority of foodie world had given a high rating to Khan Chacha. The popular ones are Chicken Tikka Roll, Kakori Kebab and Mutton Seekh Roll with plenty of onion rings and delicious chutneys on the side. Khan Chacha dedication helped them in developing their potential to the excellence.

“We are happy to announce that Khan Chacha has come up with the new brand name- Rule The Rolls in Gurgaon, which has got no

Mutton Tikkaassociation with the Khan Chacha outlets and we do not supply our spices to them. Our kebabs are made by a unique recipe formulated by my father, Khan Chacha. For our fans, we have come up again utilizing the same recipe.” said Javed Hasan, one of the two sons of Khan Chacha.


Rule the Rolls - an initiative of the original Khan Chacha, a journey that started from Saharanpur to Jama Masjid (Delhi) to Khan Market, located in the posh Galleria Market of Gurgaon, serves an array of delicately prepared kebabs, tikkas and rolls. So, head over to this latest opening for mouth-watering kebabs.

 
Egypt Church Blasts

45 killed in attacks on churchesin Egypt; ISIS claims responsibility

New Delhi: At least 45 people were killed and nearly 120 others injured in powerful blasts triggered by ISIS in two churches packed with worshippers celebrating Palm Sunday in Egypt's Tanta and Alexandria cities, the deadliest attacks on the minority Coptic Christians in recent years.

The first blast took place in the Coptic church of Mar Girgis, also known as St George, in the Nile delta city of Tanta, about 120 kilometres from Cairo, killing 27 people and injuring 78, the Health Ministry said in a statement. Security sources said the primary investigations suggest that a person put an explosive device inside the church during the Christian prayers celebrating the Palm Sunday. However, others said the attack was carried out by a suicide bomber.