Japan floods leave some 15 dead

Japan floods leave some 15 dead

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Tokyo-Deep flood waters that left about 15 people dead and nine are missing on Sunday in the southern island of Kyushu. The authorities have ordered more than 200,000 to move out and 10,000 defense groups, rescue helicopters, the coast guard, fire brigades are taking part in the operation. At least 14 residents were presumed dead in the same flooded nursing home in Kuma village while the other

India: PM Modi reached Ladakh to review the ground situation amid India-China border tension

India: PM Modi reached Ladakh to review the ground situation amid India-China border tension

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Ladakh today to review the ground situation over there amid rising India-China border tensions. Tensions between India and China have risen after the Galwan valley clash between the

Britain and Germany says they had sufficient stocks of remdesivir to treat COVID-19

Britain and Germany says they had sufficient stocks of remdesivir to treat COVID-19

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Britain and Germany said on Wednesday that they had sufficient stocks of remdesivir, the first drug to be shown to be relatively effective in treating COVID-19, and of which the United States has bought almost all supply.

White House Press Secretary says Trump 'does read' intelligence briefs

White House Press Secretary says Trump 'does read' intelligence briefs

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White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany in a press briefing on Tuesday says, US President Donald Trump “does read” intelligence briefs in response to backlash over his professed ignorance of an alleged Russian scheme to pay the Taliban bount

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Government of India banned 59 Chinese apps including TikTok, Likee, WeChat and more

Government of India banned 59 Chinese apps including TikTok, Likee, WeChat and more

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The government of India banned 59 Chinese apps including famous apps TikTok, Likee, WeChat, and more, on Monday, to counter the threat posed by these applications to the country’s “sovereignty and security.” The move came after the r

India: 'Fair and Lovey' skin cream to be renamed, Unilever removing 'Fair' from its name

India: 'Fair and Lovey' skin cream to be renamed, Unilever removing 'Fair' from its name

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Unilever announced on Thursday to rename its popular skin whitening cream ‘Fair and Lovely’ and removing ‘Fair’ from its name. Unilever, the consumer goods company, which is also behind brands like Dove, Vaseline, and Axe, anno

Twitter warns another Trump's tweet for violating its policy and breaking the rules

Twitter warns another Trump's tweet for violating its policy and breaking the rules

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Twitter again on Tuesday warns another US President Donald Trump's tweet for violating its policy and breaking the rules as Trump warned the protestors through the tweet. “There will never be an “Autonomous Zone” in Washington, D

US: A video of Georgia police officer crying and saying about her order at a McDonald's has been delayed goes viral on Twitter

US: A video of Georgia police officer crying and saying about her order at a McDonald's has been delayed goes viral on Twitter

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A viral video showing a Georgia police officer crying over delays with her McDonald’s drive-through order went to trend on Twitter on Wednesday. The video was posted by a popular conservative Twitter account, identifying the officer only as Stac

India: PM Modi reached Ladakh to review the ground situation amid India-China border tension

India: PM Modi reached Ladakh to review the ground situation amid India-China border tension

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Ladakh today to review the ground situation over there amid rising India-China border tensions. Tensions between India and China have risen after the Galwan valley clash between the two countries' militaries

Bollywood choreographer : Saroj  Khan dies aged 71

Bollywood choreographer : Saroj Khan dies aged 71

MUMBAI: Bollywood most prominent choreographer Saroj Khan died of a heart attack on Friday. She was admitted to hospital last month after she complained of breathlessness and was rushed to Guru Nanak Hospital in Bandra, Mumbai. According to Indian media, 71-year-old Khan died of cardiac arrest. Her corona wa

Next ‘Game Of Thrones’ Novel ‘The Winds Of Winter’ may arrive in 2021, author says

Next ‘Game Of Thrones’ Novel ‘The Winds Of Winter’ may arrive in 2021, author says

Author George RR Martin says through his blog that next ‘Game Of Thrones’ Novel ‘The Winds Of Winter’ may arrive in 2021. The author says that he is writing the next installment, The Winds of Winter, and is apparently stepping

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India: FIR has been registered against Guru Ramdev, Pantanjali CEO and four others for claiming COVID-19 drug

India: FIR has been registered against Guru Ramdev, Pantanjali CEO and four others for claiming COVID-19 drug

FIR has been registered against yoga guru Ramdev, Patanjali Ayurved Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Acharya Balkrishna, and four others in Jaipur, India, for claiming to have developed a COVID-19 drug called ‘coronil’. An FIR was filed

India’s government puts restrictions to hold back the sale of ‘Chinese’ products

India’s government puts restrictions to hold back the sale of ‘Chinese’ products

India’s government puts restrictions to hold back the sale of ‘Chinese’ products and is tightening the screws on Chinese companies after the border fight of Indian and Chinese forces in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed. Indian go

US: Trump suspending visas for foreign workers through December to protect U.S. workers

US: Trump suspending visas for foreign workers through December to protect U.S. workers

U.S. President Donald Trump is suspending the visas for foreign workers through December for a move to protect U.S. workers amid the economic devastation caused by coronavirus pandemic. According to a senior administration official on Monday, said, &l

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India hit another daily record in Covid-19

India hit another daily record in Covid-19

New Delhi- In the last 24 hours, the highest number of cases were recorded in a single day. More than 22 thousand people were corona positive. India’s death toll rose to  442 deaths recorded in a single day. This increase in the number of infected is believed due to heavy rains in the

Japan floods leave some 15 dead

Japan floods leave some 15 dead

Tokyo-Deep flood waters that left about 15 people dead and nine are missing on Sunday in the southern island of Kyushu. The authorities have ordered more than 200,000 to move out and 10,000 defense groups, rescue helicopters, the coast guard, fire brigades are taking part in the operation. At least 1

India: PM Modi reached Ladakh to review the ground situation amid India-China border tension

India: PM Modi reached Ladakh to review the ground situation amid India-China border tension

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Ladakh today to review the ground situation over there amid rising India-China border tensions. Tensions between India and China have risen after the Galwan valley clash between the two countries' militaries

India: 'Fair and Lovey' skin cream to be renamed, Unilever removing 'Fair' from its name

India: 'Fair and Lovey' skin cream to be renamed, Unilever removing 'Fair' from its name

Unilever announced on Thursday to rename its popular skin whitening cream ‘Fair and Lovely’ and removing ‘Fair’ from its name. Unilever, the consumer goods company, which is also behind brands like Dove, Vaseline, and Axe, anno

India’s government puts restrictions to hold back the sale of ‘Chinese’ products

India’s government puts restrictions to hold back the sale of ‘Chinese’ products

India’s government puts restrictions to hold back the sale of ‘Chinese’ products and is tightening the screws on Chinese companies after the border fight of Indian and Chinese forces in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed. Indian go

China has banned imports of US chicken and close Pepsi factory  to slow down the risk of new coronavirus cases

China has banned imports of US chicken and close Pepsi factory to slow down the risk of new coronavirus cases

China has banned the imports of US chicken from a top US poultry producer and ordered a Beijing Pepsi factory to close on Sunday to slow down the risk of new coronavirus cases. Some authorities in China has clamped down on food production and dis