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Justin Bieber’s wife Hailey Baldwin denies she’s pregnant with her first child – Times of India
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Justin Bieber’s wife Hailey Baldwin denies she’s pregnant with her first child – Times of India

Supermodel Hailey Baldwin recently denied that she's pregnant with her first child with husband Justin Bieber. The 23-year-old model Baldwin took to her Instagram Story and told fans that she was speaking out before a tabloid article incorrectly claimed that she's expecting. Instead, she called for people to focus on "what's important AKA the election." Though Baldwin isn't expecting her first child right now, she and the 'Stuck With You' crooner Bieber have been vocal about their desire to one day start a family. As reported, the 'Baby' singer said in a post, "I truly desire healthy relationships. I want to be motivated by truth and love. I want to be aware of my blind spots and learn from them!... I want to give up my selfish desires daily so I can be a good husband and future d...
SRH vs RCB: Hyderabad beat Bangalore by 6 wickets to seal berth in Qualifier 2 | Cricket News – Times of India
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SRH vs RCB: Hyderabad beat Bangalore by 6 wickets to seal berth in Qualifier 2 | Cricket News – Times of India

ABU DHABI: Jason Holder's all-round show and Kane Williamson's solid unbeaten fifty helped Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by six wickets in the IPL Eliminator on Friday. Holder first led SRH's brilliant bowling effort with figures of 3 for 25 to restrict batting-heavy RCB to a modest 131 for seven before he and Williamson steered SRH past the target with two balls to spare. ScorecardWilliamson (50 not out off 44) played a composed knock and together with Holder (24 not off 20) shared 65 runs for the unbroken fifth wicket to take SRH home after early hiccups. SRH play Delhi Capitals in the Qualifier 2 on Sunday for a place in the final while the RCB were knocked out of the tournament. SRH didn't have the best of starts losing Sreevats Goswami early. Skipper David Wa...
The Undertaker set for Survivor Series final farwell; The Fiend sends a cryptic call
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The Undertaker set for Survivor Series final farwell; The Fiend sends a cryptic call

Written by Rahul Sadhu | November 7, 2020 4:53:02 am The Undertaker has enjoyed a storied 30-year career but never faced the Fiend. (WWE)The Undertaker’s final farewell has been announced but The Fiend seemingly lies in wait for the Phenom. This was after Bray Wyatt replied to a tweet by the WWE which carried a montage of the Deadman’s famous battles over the years and said, ” He had battled them all.” However, Wyatt pointed out that Taker was yet to come face to face with his alter-ego, The Fiend. Not quite ALL — Bray Wyatt (@WWEBrayWyatt) November 6, 2020 Undertaker’s Final Farewell will recognize The Phenom’s legendary 30-year career at Survivor Ser...
Watch: David Warner’s dismissal stokes controversy in IPL 2020 Eliminator | Cricket News – Times of India
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Watch: David Warner’s dismissal stokes controversy in IPL 2020 Eliminator | Cricket News – Times of India

ABU DHABI: Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) skipper David Warner's dismissal on review during the match against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) stoked controversy on Friday with some former cricketers, serving as commentators and experts on TV lashing out at the decision. A Mohammed Siraj delivery cut sharply into Warner and went to the wicketkeeper AB de Villiers. On the way, the ball looked to have touched something, either the glove or his trousers. But it was not clear. WATCH - VK gets the DRS rightBig wicket at stake, close call, @imVkohli opts for the DRS in the nick of time and… https://t.co/EBvdqNtuyW— IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) 1604682019000While the on-field umpire S Ravi gave it not out, third umpire Virender Sharma gave it out after looking at multiple replays. Umpiring norms sug...
MPhil dropout is new Hizb chief in Kashmir | India News – Times of India
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MPhil dropout is new Hizb chief in Kashmir | India News – Times of India

SRINAGAR: Zubair Wani, an MPhil dropout from Dehradun College, has been named the new Hizbul Mujahideen chief in Kashmir after the killing of Saifullah Mir in an encounter last Sunday. In less than six months, Hizb has seen two new operational commanders. Earlier, Saifullah had taken over the terror group in Kashmir after Riyaz Naikoo was killed in May this year. The 31-year-old Wani joined the outfit in 2018. His family lives in their native Dehruna village in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district. Among five siblings, Wani is the only educated one. Sources said Wani superseded Ashraf Moulvi alias Ashraf Khan — the seniormost among the present Hizb terrorists — to bag the position of the operational commander because Moulvi is suffering from a kidney ailment and has hinted at giving up mil...
Civilian, Pak Lashkar duo killed in J&K encounter; injured ultra surrenders | India News – Times of India
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Civilian, Pak Lashkar duo killed in J&K encounter; injured ultra surrenders | India News – Times of India

SRINAGAR: Two Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists from Pakistan and a civilian were killed in an overnight anti-terror operation in Pampore in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district. An injured terrorist surrendered during the gunfight, taking the total number of ultras who surrendered during live encounters to nine so far this year, IGP (Kashmir Range) Vijay Kumar said on Friday. The slain terrorists were identified as Umar Bhai and Huzaifa, police said. One of them was killed late Thursday while the other was slain when the anti-terror operation — that had been temporarily suspended owing to darkness — resumed on Friday morning. The surrendered terrorist, Khawar Sultan Mir, belongs to Pampore’s Drangbal area. All three were Lashkar affiliates. On Thursday evening, a joint team of Army’s 50RR, CRPF’s...
Kangana Ranaut or Priyanka Chopra: Who wore the hot red dress better? – Times of India
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Kangana Ranaut or Priyanka Chopra: Who wore the hot red dress better? – Times of India

They are both queens in their own right, true fighters and the rule breakers of Bollywood. Actors and contemporaries, Kangana Ranaut and Priyanka Chopra never cease to surprise their fans with their professional ventures, bold stance and fearlessness. And, another thing that binds them together is their love for fashion and their unique sartorial picks. Well, with so many things in common it wasn't surprising to see them wear similar clothes a while ago. Here's a beautiful throwback at the time when both the divas wore the same sizzling hot red dress. Two years ago, Kangana sizzled in a red midi dress at an event organised by a leading fitness brand in New Delhi. The actress slayed in a red hot dress with a plunging neckline by designer Ulyana Sergeenko. Kangana styled the dress with...
Hit by rail halt, Punjab faces power, fertiliser shortage
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Hit by rail halt, Punjab faces power, fertiliser shortage

Written by Kanchan Vasdev , Raakhi Jagga , Avishek G Dastidar | Chandigarh, Ludhiana, New Delhi | November 7, 2020 4:15:14 am Farmers protest near Amritsar on Friday. (Express photo: Simranjit Rana)Hit hard by the suspension of rail services since September 24 amid protests by farmers against the Centre’s new agriculture laws, Punjab Friday slammed the Railways for claiming that its operations continue to be stalled by blocks in at least 22 locations by protesters. While farmers’ unions said protesters have vacated all tracks and platforms, Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh said: “The (Railways) decision is obstructing movement of es...
Stirrings in home of Bihar’s first Dalit CM: the poor want to be counted
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Stirrings in home of Bihar’s first Dalit CM: the poor want to be counted

Written by Dipankar Ghose | Purnea | Updated: November 7, 2020 8:50:17 am In Bairgacchi, home of Bhola Paswan Shastri. (Express photo: Dipankar Ghose)They speak his name with respect — and regret. In 1968, for the first time in Bihar, a Dalit became Chief Minister, though his term lasted just three months. Bhola Paswan Shastri became Chief Minister again, twice — for 13 days in 1969, and 7 months in 1971 as political turmoil overtook the state. The short tenures notwithstanding, Shastri’s village Bairgacchi remembers him as a fond son, a three-term Chief Minister, and a symbol of lost honesty. People here tell stories of a man who refused to build per...
To reopen schools or not? Some take leap, others hold back
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To reopen schools or not? Some take leap, others hold back

By: Express News Service | Ahmedabad, Bhubaneshwar, Dehradun, Hyderabad, Mumbai | Updated: November 7, 2020 9:15:52 am Class X students at a private school in Noida. (Express/file)To reopen schools or not, even for senior students — Class IX to Class XII — is the big question states are grappling with. While Maharashtra Friday said it was considering starting physical classes in schools from November 23, Odisha put on hold an earlier decision to reopen schools after November 15, and Gujarat said it was preparing an SOP for physical classes in senior classes from November 18. At least two states, Uttarakhand and Andhra Pradesh, reported Covid cases among teachers ...
Covid opens pharma firms to threats: Lupin reports cyber attack
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Covid opens pharma firms to threats: Lupin reports cyber attack

Written by Prabha Raghavan , Aashish Aryan | New Delhi | Updated: November 7, 2020 8:54:02 am FILE PHOTO: Small bottles labeled with a "Vaccine COVID-19" sticker and a medical syringe are seen in this illustration. (Reuters)A fortnight after Dr Reddy’s Laboratories said it had “isolated” its data centre services after a cyber attack, Mumbai-based Lupin became the second major Indian pharmaceutical company to be hit by a similar attack. Several industry executives told The Indian Express on Friday that while cyber attacks are not new, at least in the West, they have become more common as the world grapples with the Covid-19 pandemic. Indian pha...
Delhi breaches 7,000-mark in daily Covid count, ICU crunch now felt in govt hospitals as well
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Delhi breaches 7,000-mark in daily Covid count, ICU crunch now felt in govt hospitals as well

Written by Astha Saxena | New Delhi | November 7, 2020 4:00:38 am Covid-19 testing at a school in Saket, New Delhi. (Express photo by Praveen Khanna)With Delhi breaching the 7,000-mark in daily cases for the first time, the crunch in Covid ICU beds with ventilator support, so far seen at the city’s private hospitals, is now being felt even at government facilities. On Friday, the capital recorded 7,178 cases and 64 deaths, taking the count to 4,23,831 and the death toll to 6,833 — 42,187 cases were logged in the last week. And out of 1,250 ICU ventilator beds across private and government hospitals, 912, or almost 73 per cent, are occupied. Data availab...
Rossi cleared to race at European GP after second negative COVID-19 test | Racing News – Times of India
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Rossi cleared to race at European GP after second negative COVID-19 test | Racing News – Times of India

MotoGP great Valentino Rossi has been cleared to return to action for this weekend's European Grand Prix in Valencia after a second consecutive negative test result for COVID-19, his Yamaha team said on Friday. The Italian, who missed two races at Spain's MotorLand Aragon circuit because of the virus, was cleared to travel from Italy to Spain after passing an initial COVID-19 test on Thursday. He underwent another COVID-19 test on Friday morning and was forced to sit out of the first two practice sessions at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit. But Yamaha has now confirmed the 41-year-old will take part in the rest of the European GP weekend, starting with FP3 on Saturday. Meanwhile, Rossi's team mate Maverick Vinales will have to start Sunday's race from the pitlane after Yamaha had to exceed hi...
Donald Trump fakes the news, Biden takes the headline — lead in Pennsylvania
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Donald Trump fakes the news, Biden takes the headline — lead in Pennsylvania

Written by Karishma Mehrotra | New York City | November 7, 2020 4:00:00 am US President Donald Trump speaks about the 2020 US presidential election results in the Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House in Washington, US, November 5, 2020. (Reuters/Carlos Barria)With no new declared state wins for either candidate, Americans woke up on the third morning after Election Day without a clear winner of the presidential race. However, Joe Biden took narrow leads in Georgia and Pennsylvania, two key battleground states that President Donald Trump had carried in 2016, and either of which could deliver the magic number of 270 Electoral College votes to the ...
India to help other nations with Covid vaccine supply
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India to help other nations with Covid vaccine supply

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | November 7, 2020 3:50:32 am FILE PHOTO: Small bottles labeled with a "Vaccine COVID-19" sticker and a medical syringe are seen in this illustration. (Reuters)India on Friday conveyed to a host of other nations that it will deploy its vaccine production capabilities to help them battle the Covid-19 crisis. Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla made the statement during an interaction with ambassadors and high commissioners of foreign missions in India. It was conveyed that the MEA would organise a tour for heads of diplomatic missions and international organisations to Pune where they can visit institutions enga...
Mumbai: Arrested man being treated for Covid escapes from hospital
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Mumbai: Arrested man being treated for Covid escapes from hospital

By: Express News Service | Mumbai | November 7, 2020 3:45:05 am The police said Verma has several criminal cases, including robbery, theft and drug peddling, registered against him. (Representational)A 25-year-old man arrested for allegedly possessing Mephedrone (MD) has escaped from GT hospital, where he was admitted for treatment after he tested positive for Covid-19. A case has been registered by the Azad Maidan police, which is looking for Chhotu Lalman Verma, along with the Byculla police, which had earlier arrested him. Verma was arrested on October 27 under the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act after 120 gm of MD was found on him. The police s...
Biden could win today as Pennsylvania result looms
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Biden could win today as Pennsylvania result looms

Welcome back to our live coverage of the US election. We are on the cusp of an election result, with Joe Biden taking the lead in the one remaining state he needs to reach 270 electoral votes. Pennsylvania, and its 20 electoral votes, will be enough to win the election for Mr Biden. As things stand, Mr Biden leads by 15,000 votes there, having once trailed by 700,000, before officials started to count the mail-in vote. Now, with about 100,000 ballots left – many of them from heavily Democratic areas – he seems all but certain to win. We still have to wait and see, though. Mr Biden has also inched in front in Georgia. He is up by a tiny margin of fewer than 2000 votes there, with very few left to count. He is probably going to win the state, but don’t expect the TV networks to pro...
Shahid Kapoor flaunts his muscles in a super cool mirror selfie; brother Ishaan Khatter comments – Times of India
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Shahid Kapoor flaunts his muscles in a super cool mirror selfie; brother Ishaan Khatter comments – Times of India

Shahid Kapoor is quite active on social media and loves to keep fans updated about his day-to-day life. Now, he took to Instagram to share a super cool mirror selfie while flaunting his chiselled muscles. In the photo, the actor can be seen wearing a black and blue checkered shirt with his top buttons open. His long hair and stubble will make you fall in love with him all over again. He captioned the post, "mirrorselfie." Soon, Ishaan Khatter commented, "Daaaaaaaang". In his next comment, the 'Khaali Peeli' actor wrote, "Jerseyyyyyy aane doooooooo 🔥." Check out the post here: Meanwhile, the actor recently wrapped up the Uttarakhand schedule of his upcoming film 'Jersey'. Also, reportedly, he has come forward to take a pay cut to keep the film commercially viable. Helmed by Gowtam T...
SRH vs RCB Live Score: Manish falls as Sunrisers wobble in chase of 132 | Cricket News – Times of India
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SRH vs RCB Live Score: Manish falls as Sunrisers wobble in chase of 132 | Cricket News – Times of India

Live Blog | Scorecard | Target for SRH - 132Halfway through in this Sunrisers chase of 132 and Bangalore are getting under their skin. A tight over from Yuzvendra Chahal as spinners are keeping Kane Williamson (6*) and Priyam Garg (4*) in check. SRH 60/3 after 10 overs, need another 72 off 60 balls8.3 overs: OUT! Adam Zampa strikes for Royal Challengers Bangalore. Gets the important wicket of Manish Pandey. Under edge and AB de Villiers takes a brilliant sharp catch. Loose shot from Manish and he pays the price. He falls for 24 as Sunrisers wobble in chase of 132. SRH 55/3End of 8th over: A decent start from Yuzvendra Chahal as well. 5 singles from his first over. Zampa to continue from the other end. SRH 54/250 up for Sunrisers!Manish Pandey 22* Kane Williamson 2* SRH 50/2 after 7.1 ov...