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Why did Netflix land itself in soup over Dave Chappelle’s show? Find out 

Netflix may have hit a record 213.5 million subscribers globally, but that doesn’t mean everyone is happy with the content they are putting out....

Charles and Diana’s cake sells for 1,850 pounds

Most of the inquiries came from the UK, the US and the Middle East

Rihanna is the richest female musician in the world

On the other hand, her Fenty fashion label did not contribute to her billion-dollar fortune, as it was shut earlier this year due to its failure.

Jodie Whittaker leaving ‘Doctor Who’ after three seasons

The actor will appear in a six-part event serial as well as three specials before departing the series, BBC said in a statement on Friday.

A comparison between Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson’s space missions

We bring to you a comparison of their crews and other details about both the successful missions.

Sundar Pichai warns about threats to internet freedom in countries

Google's boss said that "many countries are restricting the flow of information, and the model is often taken for granted."

Opinion: Waging war on truth

Today, the boundaries between truth and lies, honesty and dishonesty, fiction and nonfiction have become blurred

‘Delta’ Covid variant 40 per cent more transmissible than ‘Alpha’: UK minister

"While hospitalisations currently remain broadly flat, the rapid spread of Delta would likely "lead to a substantial resurgence of hospitalisations" and put pressure on the NHS," said UK Health Minister Matt Hancock

Russia starts vaccinating animals against Covid-19

The vaccine was earlier tested on dogs, cats, mink, foxes and other animals and was proven to be effective, Rosselkhoznadzor had said.

China bans BBC from broadcasting

China's ban followed British media regulator Ofcom revoking state broadcaster CGTN licence to broadcast in the UK.

Covid-19: England’s third lockdown legally comes into force

The measures, which include a stay-at-home order and the closure of schools to most pupils, were announced by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday.

Covid-19: Restrictions to remain in Sydney for Christmas

Most Sydney residents will continue to be able to have 10 adult visitors to their home over the holiday period, the BBC reported on Wednesday.

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