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Nick Kyrgios stuns Rafael Nadal in Cincinnati Open quarters
Aug 19, 2017 09:16 IST
what happened: Nick Kyrgios beat top seed Rafael Nadal 6-2, 7-5 to reach the Cincinnati Open semifinals on Friday.
what it means: Both players were forced to play back-to-back matches in Cincinnati after rain wreaked havoc. Kyrgios returned to complete a last-16 win over Ivo Karlovic, while Nadal outclassed Albert Ramos Vinolas.
what next: Kyrgios, a four-time ATP Tour winner, will face David Ferrer in the final four.
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Uttarakhand serves notices to IAS officers absent on I Day
Aug 18, 2017 18:42 IST
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what happened: The chief secretary sought explanation from 54 IAS officers who bunked Independence Day function.
what it means: Chief Minister TS Rawat was left red-faced when he found several officials missing from the function in Dehradun. He asked for a list of absentees and wanted officials to take action against them.
what next: The errant officials could face adverse entry in records. Reports from districts is awaited.
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17 taken ill after chlorine gas leakage in Dehradun
Aug 18, 2017 18:38 IST
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what happened: Seventeen people fell ill after gas leaked at a water works unit of the Uttarakhand Jal Sansthan.
what it means: Chlorine gas leaked from a cylinder, which was thrown into water to neutralise it. Many people who were sleeping at that time were rushed to hospital after they complained of difficulty in breathing.
what next: The managing director of the Jan Sansthan said an inquiry is being conducted into the gas leak.
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India objects to Chinese intrusions, offers talks
Aug 18, 2017 17:29 IST
what happened: India says it will "engage" with China for a "mutually acceptable solution" on the Dokalam issue.
what it means: Chinese soldiers entering Indian territory in Ladakh wasn't in the interests of either country, the foreign ministry said.
what next: Ties between the Asian powers continues to be tense and it will take time before the face-off ends.