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Andhra's Chandrababu Naidu is richest CM, Manik Sarkar poorest

Andhra's Chandrababu Naidu is richest CM, Manik Sarkar poorest

According to Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) report, Andhra's Chandrababu Naidu is the richest CM with declared assets worth over Rs 177 crore. He is followed by Arunanchal's Pema Khandu (Rs 129 crore) and Punjab's Amarinder Singh (over Rs 48 crore). Tripura's Manik Sarkar has lowest declared assets worth Rs 27 lakh. 11 CMs have criminal cases against them.
Former Pak cricketer's son commits suicide over non selection

Former Pak cricketer's son commits suicide over non selection

Mohammad Zaryab, son of ex-Pakistani cricketer Aamer Hanif, committed suicide by hanging himself over "non-selection' in an U-19 cricket team". According to Zaryab's family, he was upset after he was declared 'too old' to be selected for the U-19s. In January, Zaryab had represented Karachi in an U-19 tournament in Lahore, from where he was "sent home over an injury".
83-year-old married man ties knot 'for a son' in Rajasthan

83-year-old married man ties knot 'for a son' in Rajasthan

83-year-old Sukram Bairava on Monday tied the knot with 30-year-old woman at Karauli in Rajasthan. Sukram, who is already married, tied the knot for second time on the permission of his first wife to get a son. Sukram has 2 daughters from his first wife and the couple needs a son to look after their ancestral property.  
Hour of reckoning for Montella

Hour of reckoning for Montella

When Manchester United face Sevillain the round-of-16 knockout fixture, Vincenzo Montella will be in the home dugout with the jury still out on the former Italy striker. At Sevilla, Montella had been assigned a specific task -- that of sticking with the club's attacking brand of football.