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Dr. Kafeel Khan slams CM Yogi Adityanath

Dr. Kafeel Khan slams CM Yogi Adityanath

Dr. Kaafil Khan, one of the accused in the Baba Raghav Das (BRD) medical college tragedy in Gorakhpur, has accused UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath of lying about children's deaths and using this issue for political gains. Dr. Kaafil Khan, said, "What CM has said is incorrect. Many newborns also died in the incident, newborns don't get Encephalitis.

UP: Video of cops abusing girl, thrashin

UP: Video of cops abusing girl, thrashin

Meerut, Sep 25: A video of Uttar Pradesh police went viral on social media for abusing and assaulting woman in Meerut for allegedly being in a relationship with a Muslim man.The four cops seen in the video have been suspended and an investigation has been ordered in the case, news agency ANI reported.

Elgar replaces injured Amla in Proteas ODI squad vs Zimbabwe

Elgar replaces injured Amla in Proteas ODI squad vs Zimbabwe

Injured South African batsman Hashim Amla has been replaced by Dean Elgar in the national ODI squad for their 3-match series against Zimbabwe. Amla had sustained a finger injury while fielding during the Caribbean Premier League. South Africa team manager said that Amla would need up to three weeks to recover. The series is scheduled from September 30 to October 6.   
Flipkart acquires Israel-based Upstream Commerce

Flipkart acquires Israel-based Upstream Commerce

Walmart-controlled Flipkart has acquired an Israel-based analytics start-up Upstream Commerce. This is Flipkart's 2nd acquisition in the last two months. Earlier, the e-commerce firm acquired Indian artificial intelligence start-up Liv.ai in August. The terms of the latest deal were not disclosed. The deal will help Flipkart to have an outpost in Israel.      
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