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US troops pull out in Afghanistan, what you need to know!

The US military has completed its withdrawal in Afghanistan on August 31, 2021 after two decades of war, leaving the Taliban in charge. Pro-Taliban...
technology

Stressed teenagers rely on technology to seek emotional support

Teenagers these days are often surrounded by technology and during the the pandemic they got hooked to it for receiving education. However, a new...

Bacteria in the gut ensure healthy brain, better metabolism during aging

The bacteria community living in our gut influences overall health, affecting our immune system, brain, and behavior. This group of microbes, the microbiota, changes...

Afghanistan: Biden says another Kabul airport attack likely

Another attack on Kabul airport is highly likely, US President Joe Biden has warned, saying commanders have told him on the basis of a...

Cricket legend Chris Cairns paralysed after emergency heart surgery earlier

New Zealand allrounder cricket legend Chris Cairns has suffered a major medical catastrophe, after suffering a massive heart attack . He has returned to...

Abbas Karimi, a swimmer born without both arms, and from Afghanistan

What worst fears and odds can a man encounter? It can't be as worse as being born without arms and hands, yet swimming. The...

Tokyo Paralympics: India’s Sonalben Manubhai Patel loses, Bhavinaben goes ahead

India's para table tennis player SonalBenManubhai Patel lost against Lee Mi-gyu of South Korea in Group D of women's singles -- Class 3 --...

At Least 60 killed in Kabul airport blasts, ISIS claims responsibility

Terror group ISIS struck the crowded gates of Kabul airport in a suicide bomb attack on Thursday, killing scores of civilians who were desperate...

WATCH Mohit Raina’s stellar performance as Dr Oberoi in Mumbai Dairies 26/11

If you are a Mohit Raina aka "Devon ke dev-Mahadev" fan, nothing can stop you from having a glimpse of another of his high-adrenalin...

WATCH Preity Zinta’s big shoutout to Himachal apples

Himachal apples are the best in the world, says actress Preity Zinta in a short video that went viral on social networking sites, including...

Walmart CEO: India among the most exciting markets

The Indian retail segment has its own uniqueness and the country is one of the most exciting markets globally that is poised to grow...

‘Xi Jinping Thought’ introduced into curriculum in Chinese schools

China will introduce the political ideology of Chinese President Xi Jinping in its national curriculum. 'Xi Jinping thought' will help "teenagers establish Marxist beliefs", said...
A total of sixteen out of 78 evacuees who landed at the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport from Kabul on Tuesday has tested positive for Covid-19. The infected evacuees also include the three Sikhs who brought back with them Guru Granth Sahib from Afghanistan Gurdwaras. Union Ministers Hardeep Singh Puri and V. Muraleedharan received the Guru Granth sahib brought from Afghanistan at the Delhi airport from the Sikhs and came in contact of the infected people. However, Union Minister's coming into contact with infected people have not been officially confirmed yet. All the positive people have been admitted to LNJP Hospital and the rest are quarantined at an Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) camp in south-west Delhi's Chhawla. All the evacuees coming from Afghanistan will have to undergo quarantine for 14 days at the ITBP quarantine centre at Chhawla in southwest Delhi, according to the guidelines of the Health Ministry. Earlier on Tuesday, 78 people, including 46 Afghan Sikhs and Hindus, flew into Delhi from Kabul via Dushanbe on an Air India flight along with three copies of Sikh scripture Guru Granth Sahib.

16 out of 78 Afghans evacuated to India test Covid +ve

A total of 16 out of 78 of the Afghans evacuated, who landed at the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport from Kabul on Tuesday...

Megan Thee Stallion fights in court to release remix of BTS ‘Butter’ this Friday

Megan Thee Stallion has submitted a petition in Harris County, Texas, against her record label 1501 Certified Entertainment and its CEO Carl Crawford, alleging...

Working women in Afghanistan to stay at home for now

Working women in Afghanistan must stay at home until proper systems are in place to ensure their safety, a Taliban spokesman has told reporters....
murder

Former army man murders 4 in Gurugram, including daughter-in-law, allegedly over an illicit relationship

A landlord, who is an ex-army man, allegedly murdered four people, including three members of his tenant’s family and his daughter-in-law, in the early...
cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrencies have gained momentum since May, now Bitcoin hitting $50,000

After months of lows, the cryptocurrencies are surging. On Monday, Bitcoin breached the $50,000 mark. This happened for the first time since May. Other...

Monsoon almost over in North-West India, heavy rains likely in Uttarakhand & HP

Monsoon rains over northwest India is likely to reduce from Monday onwards. This was stated by the India Meteorological Department (IMD). This is mainly...

Anil Vij admitted to hospital due to dip in oxygen level

Haryana's Home and Health Minister Anil Vij was hospitalised on Sunday after his oxygen levels dipped. He was admitted to PGIMER, Chandigarh. The 68-year-old Bharatiya...
Capt Amarinder Singh

‘Atrocious, ill-conceived, against India’s interests:’ Capt Amarinder Singh slams Sidhu’s advisers about Kashmir remarks

Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh warned against “atrocious and ill-conceived comments that were potentially dangerous to the peace and stability of the state...

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BTS perform latest hit “Permission to Dance” at UN Assembly

BTS performed their latest hit "Permission to Dance" at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) to spread the message of hope to everyone, especially...

Treat parents as God, says Punjab and Haryana High Court

Taking note of the plight of hapless parents left at the mercy of destiny, the Punjab and Haryana High Court today quoted Guru Granth...

Throw away Chinese phones, govt urges people, which country is this?

Consumers should throw away their Chinese phones and avoid buying new ones, Lithuania’s Defence Ministry has warned. A report by its National Cyber Security Centre...

US suddenly eases travel curbs for fully vaccinated travellers

The US is easing its coronavirus travel restrictions, re-opening to passengers from the UK, EU and other nations, with UK bing alittle surprised with...

Cannabis (bhang) may alter a teen’s developing brain, affect decision-making

Cannabis, or bhang as it is known in India, affects the still-developing brain of a teenager, a new study has found and the region...