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Month: June 2020

Why Patanjali changed the claim over Coronil | Ghanti Bajao
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Why Patanjali changed the claim over Coronil | Ghanti Bajao

In a shocking turn of events, Patanjali has taken a U-turn on its 'cure for Corona' medicine Coronil. Acharya Balkrishna now claims that the medicine was not to cure the deadly Coronavirus but increase immunity in one's body. "We did clinical trials of Coronil and the Coronavirus patients were cured due to it but we never claimed we made medicine for Corona," Balkrishna added. Earlier, Baba Ramdev held a press conference to declare Coronil as a cure for Coronavirus. Source link
Another escalation by China, deployes S-400 missiles on LAC | Ghanti Bajao
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Another escalation by China, deployes S-400 missiles on LAC | Ghanti Bajao

China has deployed its S-400 missile defence system on the Indian border. The S-400 missiles are the strongest and the most effective missile defence system at present. It has been currently deployed along the Line of Actual Control by China. This is the latest movement on the Chinese side in a series of escalations as the tension between India and China escalates. Russia had sold the S-400 system to China in 2018. China already owns the S-300 missile system too. Source link
Kumkum Bhagya Actress Shikha Singh Shares Adorable PICS Of Her NEWBORN Daughter & Pet Dog
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Kumkum Bhagya Actress Shikha Singh Shares Adorable PICS Of Her NEWBORN Daughter & Pet Dog

New Delhi: Popular TV actress Shikha Singh, who is known for playing the role of Aaliya in Sriti Jha and Shabir Ahluwalia starrer ‘Kumkum Bhagya’, gave birth to her first child on June 16 in Mumbai. Shikha and her husband Karan Shah are on cloud nine after the arrival of the little bundle of joy into their lives. The new parents have opted for a cute name of their baby girl. The couple has named their daughter Alayna Singh Shah.Shikha gave a small glimpse of her newborn child on her Instagram story. She shared a picture of a cradle and introduced her baby girl to the world. She wrote, “Baby Alayna says thank you for all the love you.” pic credit: InstagramThe talented actress has now posted cute pictures of her pet dog Goku and daughter Alayna. Although, she didn’t r...
China’s plans to establish control from market to elections | Ghanti Bajao
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China’s plans to establish control from market to elections | Ghanti Bajao

It has been 24 hours since the Modi government imposed a ban on operations of 59 Chinese apps and one of them, Tik Tok has already been removed from play store and seized operations in India. The news was in top trend on Chinese social media for the entire day. The Chinese locals are concerned that other countries might also follow India's example and impose bans on Chinese apps which might lead to large scale layoffs as a lot of people work in these companies. Source link
European Union Reopens Borders To 15 Nations Including China; India And US Travelers To Miss Out
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European Union Reopens Borders To 15 Nations Including China; India And US Travelers To Miss Out

The European Union on Tuesday agreed upon opening its borders to 15 countries from July 1 but travelers from big countries like United States, Russia, India and Brazil will remain excluded from the list for at least another two weeks due to soaring Coronavirus infections in these countries. ALSO READ | EU Announces Initial Funding Of EUR 500,000 For Cyclone Amphan-Affected People In IndiaAccording to a report by international news agency Agence France-Presse, China, where the deadly COVID-19 virus first appeared in December last year, was successful in making to the list which will be updates every two weeks. China has been allowed to let their travelers visit European countries on the condition that that Beijing do the same for Europeans.It is surprising that US wil...
Private unaided schools may take fees in installments, allow online payment: Bombay HC
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Private unaided schools may take fees in installments, allow online payment: Bombay HC

Written by Omkar Gokhale | Mumbai | Published: July 1, 2020 4:52:01 am Aggrieved by the decision, educational institutions across the state had approached the HC. Maintaining that the Maharashtra government does not have the power to issue an order barring private unaided schools from hiking fees for six weeks for the academic year 2020-21 in wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Bombay High Court has said that it was mindful of the difficulties faced by the parents and that the schools may consider allowing them to pay the fees online and in reasonable installments. The HC on June 26 had stayed ...
facebook:  Facebook launches Avatars in India, here’s what users can do with them – Times of India
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facebook: Facebook launches Avatars in India, here’s what users can do with them – Times of India

Social media giant Facebook has announced the launch of Avatars in India. Facebook users in India will be able to make an Avatar, a cartoon-like version of themselves. Users can choose from a variety of faces, hairstyles and outfits that the social network claims have been specially customised for India. As per Facebook, Avatars will allow users to create a digital persona that’s uniquely representative of you and will enable you to share a range of emotions and expressions. You’ll also be able to use your Avatar in Facebook comments, stories, your profile picture and Facebook Messenger chat windows and can even share it on WhatsApp chats. Facebook claims that Avatar will enable users to customise how they want to represent themselves on the social platform. It will allow users to exper...
Sri Lankan police questions Aravinda de Silva over 2011 World Cup final fixing allegation | Cricket News – Times of India
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Sri Lankan police questions Aravinda de Silva over 2011 World Cup final fixing allegation | Cricket News – Times of India

Aravinda de Silva. (AFP Photo)COLOMBO: The Sri Lankan police on Tuesday said it has questioned former national selection committee chairman Aravinda de Silva over ex-Sports Minister Mahindananda Aluthgamage's allegation that the national cricket team's loss to India in the 2011 World Cup final was fixed by "certain parties". Aluthgamage has alleged that his country "sold" the game to India, a claim that was ridiculed by former captains Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene who demanded evidence from him. De Silva, the then chairman of selectors, was quizzed for over six hours by the police. Aluthgamage on June 18 made the allegation but later backtracked, saying it was just his suspicion. A special police investigation unit recorded Aluthgamage's statement last week. De Silva, who was...
Taxi driver stabbed to death in Dharavi: Family alleges cops present at spot didn’t stop assault
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Taxi driver stabbed to death in Dharavi: Family alleges cops present at spot didn’t stop assault

Written by Sagar Rajput | Mumbai | Published: July 1, 2020 4:41:32 am Afzal Ibrahim Shaikh The family of a 40-year-old taxi driver, who was stabbed to death by a group of over 20 men, has alleged that local police who were present at the spot did not do anything to stop the assault. Afzal Ibrahim Shaikh was stabbed to death in Dharavi on Friday. His 18-year-old son Fardeen, the main eyewitness in the case, said even though police were present at the spot, they did nothing to stop the assault. “If they had done their job my father would have been alive today,” Fardeen told The Indian Express. The family lives in a gro...
Fan base gone, TikTok stars hit but ready for options: ‘App is banned, not talent’
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Fan base gone, TikTok stars hit but ready for options: ‘App is banned, not talent’

Written by Surbhi Gupta | New Delhi | Updated: July 1, 2020 11:20:55 am Nothing comes before nation:  Adnaan Shaikh, Mujeeb Khan. The order banning 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok, came as a surprise to Mujeeb Khan, a musician with a following of almost two million people — from hometown Rudrapur in Uttarakhand, to metro cities Delhi and Mumbai. He supports the government, he says, as the move is linked to the standoff with China and “nothing comes before the nation”. So, on Monday night, soon after the government announcement, he went live on TikTok and urged his fans to start following him on Instagram instead. R...
Govt directs internet companies to immediately block Chinese apps – Times of India
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Govt directs internet companies to immediately block Chinese apps – Times of India

Representative imageNEW DELHI: The government on Tuesday directed all internet service providers to block 59 Chinese mobile apps under emergency clause of the IT Act, according to sources. The order has been issued in two sets -- the first set contains list of 35 apps and the other 24 apps based out of China, the sources said. "Order to block all 59 Chinese apps to internet service providers have been issued now," a telecom ministry source told PTI. The list has same set of apps as was announced by the government on Monday. It includes name of TikTok, UC News, UC Browser, Viva Video, Mi Video Call, Bigo Live, Wechat etc. "The government has issued web link along with IP addresses which will make Internet service providers to easily block the access to Chinese apps," an industry source s...
Wounds, beating leading to dialysis: Cases pour in about Tamil Nadu police stations
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Wounds, beating leading to dialysis: Cases pour in about Tamil Nadu police stations

Written by Arun Janardhanan | Chennai | Updated: July 1, 2020 11:17:54 am Jeyaraj (left), his son Bennix died on June 22 (File photo) Accounts submitted to the Madras High Court regarding around a dozen victims of alleged torture at the Sathankulam Police Station at Thoothukudi in Tamil Nadu, which is under probe following the death of a father and son, show similarities in their wounds. Following the court’s intervention, the officers at the station are now facing probe in another case of custodial death, involving a 28-year-old, which happened just days before P Jeyaraj and son J Bennix died. Meanwhile, the family ...
Kamran defends younger brother Umar, says Pakistan cricket failed to handle his talent | Cricket News – Times of India
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Kamran defends younger brother Umar, says Pakistan cricket failed to handle his talent | Cricket News – Times of India

(Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)KARACHI: Discarded Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Kamran Akmal on Tuesday defended the erratic behaviour of his younger brother, Umar Akmal, saying the country's cricket establishment has failed to handle the talented batsman. Umar is presently serving a three-year ban for not reporting spot-fixing approaches but has appealed against the decision with an independent tribunal of the Pakistan Cricket Board. The date of the hearing is yet to be finalised. "Off the field activities are nothing new in Pakistan cricket. Team management and captain should know how to deal with such players. Look at the way Inzi bhai (Inzamam-ul-Haq) handled Shoaib (Akhtar), (Mohammad) Asif and Shahid (Afridi). If the same was done with Umar Akmal, things would have turned ou...
Uday Shankar at E-Adda: ‘If anti-China mood persists, broadcasters must rethink’
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Uday Shankar at E-Adda: ‘If anti-China mood persists, broadcasters must rethink’

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: July 1, 2020 11:22:55 am Uday Shankar, president, The Walt Disney Company (Asia Pacific) and chairman, Star & Disney India Broadcasters will have to “figure out a different monetisation model” if the current anti-China sentiment persists in the country amid the tense border face-off and the government’s ban on 59 mobile apps with Chinese links, according to Uday Shankar, president, The Walt Disney Company (Asia Pacific) and chairman, Star & Disney India. Shankar said the Covid pandemic and the China issue present an “unprecedented mix of storm and crisis”. “Rationality is...
Shweta Tiwari’s Estranged Husband Abhinav Kohli Accuses Her Of Not Letting Him Meet Their Son, Says ‘She Treated Me Like A Servant’
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Shweta Tiwari’s Estranged Husband Abhinav Kohli Accuses Her Of Not Letting Him Meet Their Son, Says ‘She Treated Me Like A Servant’

New Delhi: Popular TV actress Shweta Tiwari’s personal life is hogging all the limelight these days after her estranged husband Abhinav Kohli claimed that they are living together under one roof. He even shared a screenshot of his conversation with Shweta on social media. Kohli had also posted a video of Shweta and her ‘Mannphodganj Ki Binny’ co-star Fahmaan Khan, leaving everyone surprised. Fans had expressed their displeasure after Abhinav shared Shweta and her daughter Palak's pictures on his Instagram handle.READ: Shweta Tiwari LIVING TOGETHER With Estranged Husband Abhinav Kohli Even After Sending Him To Jail Last Year! He CONFIRMS ‘We Are Not Separated’Abhinav, while talking to an entertainment portal, accused Shweta Tiwari of not letting him meet their son Rey...
Water bill deadline extended in Delhi
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Water bill deadline extended in Delhi

New Delhi | Published: July 1, 2020 3:28:32 am Dinesh Mohaniya, vice-chairman of the board, said that two of the men were peons and two were water meter readers. (File) The deadline to apply for a Delhi Jal Board scheme offering waiver of pending water bills till March 30, 2019 has been extended in view of the Covid outbreak. Consumers with metered connections can now apply for the scheme until September 30, as opposed to the earlier deadline set in June. The scheme waives the late payment surcharge (LPSC) completely for domestic customers and also offers a rebate of 25% to 100% on the principal componen...
It’s our talent that makes a platform popular: TikTok star Baba Jackson
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It’s our talent that makes a platform popular: TikTok star Baba Jackson

Modi government announced on Monday that as many as 59 Chinese apps including TikTok have been banned by the government in India. However, TikTok star 'Baba Jackson' aka Yuvraj Singh felt unperturbed by the government's move. He said that the content on the platform was because of his talent and not because of the platform itself. He further added that people like him will find another platform where he will once again connect with his fans. Source link
After PM’s address, Shah holding GoM meet on PMGKAY implementation | India News – Times of India
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After PM’s address, Shah holding GoM meet on PMGKAY implementation | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Union home minister Amit Shah on Tuesday held a meeting of Group of ministers (GoM) at his North Block office here after Prime minister Narendra Modi extended the free ration scheme for 80 crore poor by five more months. Union ministers Nirmala Sitharaman, Narendra Singh Tomar, Ram Vilas Paswan and Piyush Goel attended the meeting, which was chaired by Shah. The meeting began around 5.30 pm and was still on at the time of filing of the report. The Home minister called the meeting soon after the Prime minister in his address to the nation announced the extension of Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana (PMGKAY) till November to provide 5 kg free rice or wheat to each member of a beneficiary family along with 1 kg gram (chana) to each family per month. As the scheme would con...
Court warns Delhi University of contempt proceedings
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Court warns Delhi University of contempt proceedings

Written by Aranya Shankar | New Delhi | Published: July 1, 2020 3:19:20 am A notice has been issued to DU and Dean Examinations Vinay Gupta in this regard, to which they have to reply within three days. (File Photo) The Delhi High Court has pulled up the Delhi University for “withholding material information” on postponement of the online open-book examinations (OBE) from the court, and said that contempt proceedings ought to be initiated against the university for “misleading” the court. DU was to conduct OBE for its final-year/semester students from July 1. However, amid opposition from teachers and students, it an...
World reacts to China’s chilling new law
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World reacts to China’s chilling new law

China imposed a sweeping national security law on Hong Kong Tuesday, dramatically tightening its grip on the semi-autonomous city in a historic move decried by Western nations as a threat to the financial hub’s freedoms.Described by Beijing as a “sword” hanging over the heads of those endangering national security, the law took effect hours after it was signed by President Xi Jinping and just six weeks since it was first unveiled.Fed up with pro-democracy protests that rocked the city last year, China’s top lawmaking body enacted the legislation following closed-door deliberations that kept details secret until its passage.media_cameraRiot police set up a cordon during a protest against the national security law. Picture: Anthony Kwan/Getty ImagesThe law gives Beijing jurisdiction over ...