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Did Rohit Sharma ‘scuff’ the batting crease like Steve Smith at Gabba? Netizens have THIS to say

Steve Smith was seen shadow-batting at the crease during the third Test in Sydney. Did Rohit Sharma 'scuff' the batting crease like Steve Smith at Gabba? , Videograb Updated: Jan 18, 2021, 08:48 AM IST Australian batsman Steve Smith had come under the radar during the third Test after he was seen removing Rishabh Pant's…

I&B Ministry summons Amazon Prime Video over ‘Tandav’ controversy

This comes after two BJP leaders alleged that the show hurts Hindu religious sentiments. Instagram: @primevideoin Edited By Aishwarya Vasudevan Updated: Jan 18, 2021, 09:31 AM IST The Information and Broadcasting Ministry has summoned Amazon Prime Video officials in India in connection with the controversy around the web series Tandav, sources said on Sunday. This…

Mumbai’s civic agency BMC lifts fine for not wearing mask in private vehicles

However, wearing masks is still mandatory in public transports and a fine will be levied on those violating the rules. File photo Edited By Abhishek Sharma Updated: Jan 18, 2021, 08:18 AM IST Mumbai's civic agency, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Sunday lifted the fine charged for not wearing masks inside private vehicles in the…

‘Bigg Boss Tamil 4’: Aari Arjuna lifts the winning trophy on Kamal Haasan hosted reality show

Balaji Murugadoss became the first runner up of 'Bigg Boss Tamil 4'. Instagram: @vijaytelevision Edited By Aishwarya Vasudevan Updated: Jan 18, 2021, 08:12 AM IST The grand finale episode of Kamal Haasan hosted Bigg Boss Tamil 4 was held on Sunday. After three months, the reality show got its winner and it's none other then Aari…

India may get four more COVID-19 vaccines soon, SII says work in progress

According to Suresh Jadhav, Executive Director of the Serum Institute, work is progressing rapidly on four more vaccines in addition to Covishield. A nurse administers the COVID-19 vaccine to the frontline workers in Mumbai on Saturday. (ANI Photo) Edited By Abhishek Sharma Updated: Jan 18, 2021, 07:42 AM IST In a boost to India's efforts…

Building trust

By: Editorial | January 18, 2021 2:15:32 am Gyawali arrived in Delhi at a curious time in Nepal’s politics, currently roiled by Oli’s decision to dissolve the House of Representatives, and call for fresh elections in April. Last week’s visit by Nepal foreign minister Pradeep Gyawali was significant for the reason that it was the…

RCMP overstepped in shutting down Surrey protest for India’s farmers, organizers say

Organizers of a planned drive-in demonstration in support of protesting farmers in India say the Surrey RCMP overstepped its authority in shutting down the event before it even started.The Surrey Challo event was billed as a COVID-safe, music-focused demonstration, scheduled to take place at the Cloverdale Recreation Centre.On Saturday, Mounties stepped in and blocked the…

World Braces for Surge of Coronavirus Variants

A patient arriving at a hospital  in Manaus, Brazil, on Thursday. Credit...Michael Dantas/Agence France-Presse — Getty ImagesThe more contagious coronavirus variant discovered in Britain has now been detected in more than 50 countries, including Argentina on Saturday, and is believed to be driving surges in at least two.But how widely that version of the virus has…

India reports 447 cases of virus vaccine side effects

NEW DELHI, IndiaIndia has reported 447 adverse reactions to COVID-19 vaccines as 224,301 people received the first dose of vaccines in the country, the Health Ministry confirmed on Sunday.“Of the 447 Adverse Event Following Immunization (AEFIs), three had to be hospitalized, while two of them have now been discharged after 24 hours, one continues to…

France’s EDF-led consortium set to plan India’s global grid

OPEN APP Home >Companies >News >France’s EDF-led consortium set to plan India’s global grid EDF is delighted to work with Teri and AETS, says Harmanjit Nagi, director, EDF India 2 min read . Updated: 17 Jan 2021, 11:45 PM IST Utpal Bhaskar The other members of the consortium are India’s The Energy and Resources Institute…

DLF restructures existing loans to lower interest costs, targets to save Rs 300 crore annually

NEW DELHI: DLF Ltd, the country’s biggest real estate developer, is restructuring existing loans with a target of saving Rs 300 crore annually, taking advantage of the benign interest rate environment, said a senior company executive. The gross debt of DLF at the group level is close to Rs 25,000 crore and the company is…

Baby selling racket busted in Mumbai

MUMBAI: The city crime branch has busted a gang of eight including six women who were into selling new born babies. Shockingly while the baby girls were sold for Rs 60,000, baby boy was sold for Rs 1.50 lakh. Preliminary investigations have suggested that the gang has in six months have sold four babies, but…
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