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RT-PCR test compulsory for air travellers both in UK, India

In a set of passenger advisory guidelines, the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) on Friday said that passengers will have to upload their negative RT-PCR test report via 'Air Suvidha Portal' on the airport's

‘Reunited’: Kareena Kapoor shares a glimpse of re-union with BFFs

The 'Tashan' star took to Instagram and shared a glimpse of the reunion with her friends - Malaika Arora, Amrita Arora, Mallika Bhatt, and Natasha Poonawalla.

Modi lauds Indian diaspora for contribution during Covid-19

The theme of 16th PBD Convention 2021 was "Contributing to Aatmanirbhar Bharat".

Users shun WhatsApp to join Telegram, Signal amid data concerns

"Imagine dozens of employees working on just that full-time. I am happy to save Facebook tens of millions of dollars and give away our secret for free: respect your users," he said in a statement.

Twitter suspends Sci-Hub account amid court case in Delhi

Academic publishers Elsevier, Wiley, and the American Chemical Society filed a suit with the Delhi High Court in December last year, asking internet service providers to block Sci-Hub and another similar site LibGen.

Virender Sehwag terrorised bowlers, says Chappell

Indian genius Virender Sehwag terrorised opening bowlers throughout his career. Viru was the best ball-striker I have seen. His record of double and triple hundreds, though, shows that he was more than a kamikaze-style basher

Google removes conservative app Parler from Play Store

"We're aware of continued posting in the Parler app that seeks to incite ongoing violence in the US," Google said in a statement late on Friday.

LG to feature virtual human as speaker during CES 2021

LG said an artificial human, named Reah Keem, will deliver a three-minute presentation at its press event for the all-digital Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2021 on Monday.

KTR asks for Defence land in Hyderabad for development

He said the State Government had planned construction of a flyover at Rasoolpura and sought defence land for the purpose. Similarly, in Secunderabad Cantonment Board limits, poor people were aspiring for land pattas.

Lyon, Cummins will trouble Indians, feels Ponting

However, going into the last two days, former Australian cricketer Ponting felt the likes of Nathan Lyon and Pat Cummins will pose big threat to the Indian batting lineup.

Ex-Union minister and Cong veteran Madhavsinh Solanki passes away

"The death of Madhavsinh Solanki has brought extreme grief. May God give peace to his soul. He had made place in the hearts of people by his actions and deeds," Gujarat Congress president Amit Chavda, who is also a relative of Solanki, tweeted.

Karnataka ‘poor’ Brahmin brides to get Rs 3 lakhs if they marry priests

According to the Board, the first scheme, Arundathi, will provide Rs 25,000 to Brahmin brides while the second scheme, Maitreyi, will assure a bond of Rs 3 lakh to Brahmin women who wed priests in the state.

Telangana: Sheep distribution to resume from Jan 16

The CM instructed Animal Husbandry Minister T Srinivas Yadav and the officials concerned to immediately start the distribution of the sheep under the programme.

India records 18,222 new coronavirus cases, 228 deaths

India continues its streak of low daily new cases and the country has reported a total of 1,00,56,651 recoveries so far.

Amber Heard responds to Johnny Depp’s USD 7 million claim

In a statement to E! News, Elaine Bredehoft, who is the 'Aquaman' actress' attorney, confirmed that her client has yet to fulfill the USD 7 million pledge she made to Children's Hospital Los Angeles and the American Civil Liberties Union, due to financial reasons.

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