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India’s Envoy To Australia Presents Credentials To President Via Videoconferencing
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India’s Envoy To Australia Presents Credentials To President Via Videoconferencing

“This was the first time in the history of Rashtrapati Bhavan that credentials were presented through the digital medium,” an official statement Rashtrapati Bhavan read. By : ABP News Bureau | 21 May 2020 06:15 PM (IST) Australia’s 21st High Commissioner to India Barry O'Farrell. New Delhi: In a first, President Ram Nath Kovind on Thursday accepted credentials from Barry O'Farrell as Australia’s 21st High Commissioner to Republic Of India via video conferencing. Keeping in mind the worldwide lockdown imposed due to novel Coronavirus outbreak, virtual credential ceremony was organised for the first time where High Commissioners of six other countries also presented their credential...
Video | कोरोना के चलते ब्यूटी इंडस्ट्री को करोड़ों का नुक़सान
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Video | कोरोना के चलते ब्यूटी इंडस्ट्री को करोड़ों का नुक़सान

महामारी कोरोना की मार हर सेक्टर पर पड़ी है! क़रीब दो महीने के लॉकडाउन में ब्यूटी इंडस्ट्री को करोड़ों का नुक़सान हुआ है! सरकार से अब ये भी आस लगाए बैठे हैं ! मुंबई जैसे रेड ज़ोन में ताले जड़े हैं तो वहीं ग्रीन ओरेंज ज़ोन पीपीई सूट और सख़्त नियम के साथ फिर से बिज़नेस की रेस में हैं! लेकिन जिनका काम ही कस्टमर को छू कर पूरा हो वहां कस्टमर को आने के लिए राज़ी करना भी बहुत बड़ी चुनौती बनी दिख रही है! Source link ...
A cricketing getaway: Vincy Premier League to roll on in the Caribbean
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A cricketing getaway: Vincy Premier League to roll on in the Caribbean

Written by Sandip G | New Delhi | Published: May 21, 2020 11:37:00 pm The Arnos Vale Sporting Complex that hugs the Caribbean Sea. (Source: Special Arrangement) For the best part of the last three days at the nets, former West Indies quick Nixon McLean has been trying to kick an old habit: rubbing the cricket ball with saliva. “You’ve done this all your life, each time you have the ball in your hand. It’s a habit. So the hand goes automatically towards the tongue when you get the ball in your hand,” he admits. It’s a habit most cricketers — the bowlers and ball-shining designates especially — have to ditch after the ...
China kicks off delayed annual Parliament session as Covid-19 abates – Times of India
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China kicks off delayed annual Parliament session as Covid-19 abates – Times of India

BEIJING: China on Thursday kicked off its truncated annual political season with the commencement of a week-long meeting of the top advisory body, signalling the abatement of the Covid-19 pandemic which forced Beijing to postpone the session for two months. President Xi Jinping and other top leaders of the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC) were present at the inaugural session of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC). It will be followed by the meeting of Parliament - the National People's Congress (NPC) - on Friday. China's Parliament, comprising the CPPCC and the NPC, was due to be held in early March but put off as coronavirus, which broke out in the central Chinese city of Wuhan in December, brought the country and later the world to a standstill. A trun...
Calicut University releases revised time table for PG exams, check schedule here – Times of India
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Calicut University releases revised time table for PG exams, check schedule here – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Calicut University on Thursday released the revised time table of the fourth semester M.A/ M.Sc/ M.Com/ M.S.W/ M.C.J/ M.T.T.M/ MBE/ MTHM Regular/ Supplementary/ Improvement (CUCSS PG) examinations. Earlier, the above-said PG examinations were scheduled to be held in March but was postponed following the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdown.Calicut University will, now, hold the examinations on June 2, 2020. The fourth-semester M.Com Regular/ Supplementary/Improvement (CUCSS-PG) Examinations April 2020 will be conducted in the morning session on June 2. Calicut University will hold fourth semester M.A/ M.Sc/ M.S.W/ M.C.J/ M.T.T.M/ MBE/ MTHM Regular/ Supplementary/ Improvement (CUCSS-PG) Examinations April 2020 in the afternoon session on June 2. Calicut Un...
Industry body protests against proposal to ban 27 chemicals
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Industry body protests against proposal to ban 27 chemicals

By: Express News Service | Pune | Published: May 21, 2020 11:24:13 pm According to a third party study, the proposed molecules together constitute at least 18-20 per cent of the Indian market. (Representational Photo) An association of 15 crop science companies on Thursday objected to the central government’s proposal to ban 27 commonly used chemicals. CropLife said in a press release that these chemicals were duly registered in India after scientific evaluation. “They continue to be used for mitigation/control of pests and diseases in a wide range of crops in India and in several other countries. Farmer...
Higher amounts of saturated fat can affect your concentration levels: Study
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Higher amounts of saturated fat can affect your concentration levels: Study

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: May 21, 2020 11:20:42 pm With little scope for jubilation, people often turn towards delicious food to soothe their frustrations. (Source: Getty/Thinkstock) Saturated fat has become a common feature in meals during the coronavirus crisis. With little scope for jubilation during self-isolation during work from home, people often turn towards delicious food to soothe their frustrations. However, a higher dose of saturated fat could impact a person’s concentration levels, according to a new study. For this, 51 women underwent a test after consuming two sorts of meals: one that was high o...
Addressing students on screen is the new routine for teachers – Times of India
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Addressing students on screen is the new routine for teachers – Times of India

PUNE: Rashmi Tolani, a teacher with a CBSE school in the city, was taken by surprise when she was told that in one week she will have to take her Maths class through the virtual medium. “This was more than one month ago on March 13. I was lost. I am a teacher for 24 years and teaching students on a screen was difficult for me to digest. One month post these sessions almost every day, I feel like a pro now and I can conduct any online class. But, this was a difficult transformation.” admitted Tolani. Getting the hang of technology in terms of adjusting webcams to uninterrupted streaming of an online class and also creating e-learning content for their subjects, teachers across schools and colleges are adopting virtual teaching, slow and steady. Not many knew just a month ago that addres...
India, South Africa Likely To Play 3 T20 International Matches In August-End: Report
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India, South Africa Likely To Play 3 T20 International Matches In August-End: Report

Reportedly, Indian and South Africa can be seen playing a three-match T20 series at the end of August. The matches will be held in South Africa. By : PTI | 21 May 2020 05:32 PM (IST) Representational Photo: BCCI (Twitter) New Delhi: India and South Africa could play three T20 Internationals at the end of August as part of a prior "agreement", provided the situation arising out of the COVID-19 pandemic improves substantially for governments on both sides to give a go-ahead.The fixtures are currently earmarked for late August but Cricket South Africa's acting chief executive Jacques Faul, encouraged by the BCCI's "willingness", said both parties are not averse to having the series a...
Teachers, students oppose DU’s online open-book exam move – Times of India
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Teachers, students oppose DU’s online open-book exam move – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Teachers and students came together on social media to oppose the Delhi University's move to hold online open-book exams if the coronavirus situation does not improve. Students and teachers took to Facebook and Twitter to voice their dissent against the move using "#DUwithSolutions". It was one of the top 10 trends on Twitter on Wednesday. The Delhi University Teachers Association and Delhi University Students Union have also joined hands to oppose the move and have the support of the Left-backed student bodies as well as Congress-affiliated National Students Union of India. "The DU administration that cannot consult statutory bodies online to take a collective decision, that has not bothered to reach its students online to ascertain how they are situated and that cannot ...
Stuart Broad, Chris Woakes among first to return to training for England
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Stuart Broad, Chris Woakes among first to return to training for England

By: PTI | Published: May 21, 2020 10:41:42 pm Stuart Broad has 485 Test wickets in his career. (Source: Reuters) England’s Stuart Broad and Chris Woakes on Thursday became the first cricketers to return to individual training after the coronavirus hiatus, giving a glimpse into the post-lockdown world. The duo hit the ground running at Trent Bridge (Nottingham) and Edgbaston (Birmingham) respectively. Broad, one of the country’s top wicket-takers, is among the 18 pacers selected by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) for individual sessions at seven different grounds. England’s best all-rounder after Ben Stokes, Woakes dis...
India dismisses China’s allegations that Indian troops trespassed across LAC
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India dismisses China’s allegations that Indian troops trespassed across LAC

China was unhappy about a road built near the LAC in Ladakh by India's Border Roads Organisation (representational image) | Photo: Commons Text Size: A- A+ New Delhi: India on Thursday rejected China’s allegations that Indian troops crossed over to the Chinese side of the frontier in Ladakh and Sikkim, asserting that New Delhi has been taking responsible approach towards border management. External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said it was the Chinese side that recently undertakook activities hindering India’s normal patrols in the areas. “Any suggestion that Indian troops had undertaken activity across the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Western Sector or the Sikkim sector is not accur...
Video | The Amphan Aftermath
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Video | The Amphan Aftermath

As Cyclone Amphan left a trail of destruction across West Bengal, 72 people were killed. On Trending Tonight, we bring to you the on-ground situation in the aftermath of a powerful cyclone. Source link
Bollywood’s summer vibe is all about blazers and shorts
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Bollywood’s summer vibe is all about blazers and shorts

Written by Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: May 21, 2020 10:30:43 pm Which is your favourite look? (Designed by Gargi Singh) Sharp cut blazers are in these days, as an increasing number of women are opting for power-dressing. While blazers are more of winter wear, Bollywood has shown us how to add a twist and team them with shorts to make a summer statement. Yes, you read it right. Many actors nowadays opt for shorts instead of pants to team their blazers. We have sorted some of our favourite look. Check them out below: Malaika Arora If you like to glam things up, take a cue from Malaika Arora...
Motihari Central University Chancellor writes to President, seeks inquiry against V-C
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Motihari Central University Chancellor writes to President, seeks inquiry against V-C

Written by Ritika Chopra | New Delhi | Published: May 21, 2020 10:24:55 pm Mahatma Gandhi Central University, Motihari. In an unusual move, the Chancellor at the Mahatma Gandhi Central University (MGCU), Motihari, Mahesh Sharma, has approached President Ramnath Kovind requesting an inquiry against the incumbent Vice-Chancellor (V-C), Sanjeev Kumar Sharma, for allegedly violating the Central Universities Act. A chancellor’s post at a central university is titular and the occupant has little say in the day-to-day functioning of the institution. However, Sharma is the second Chancellor, appointed by the incumbent govern...
Mumbai: Two trains to UP cancelled, over 2,500 migrant workers turned back
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Mumbai: Two trains to UP cancelled, over 2,500 migrant workers turned back

By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: May 21, 2020 10:23:21 pm Migrant workers and their family from Bihar wait to board special train outside CSMT during lockdown. Over 2,500 migrant workers had to return disappointed on Thursday afternoon after two Uttar Pradesh-bound trains were cancelled at the last minute. The workers, who live in slums in northern suburbs, had gathered at a ground in Mahavir Nagar, Kandivali West at 12 pm on Thursday. They were to board three Shramik Special trains to Uttar Pradesh at Borivali railway station in the afternoon. However, just as they were to board BEST buses...