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Rodri warning to City's title rivals
RODRI has warned City’s title rivals of the quality they have throughout their squad as the Blues picked up a crucial victory over West Ham despite being without several key players.
Victim tried to end life after ex's harassment
A STALKER bombarded his terrified ex-girlfriend and her sister with hundreds of messages after they broke up – leading her to try and take her own life.
Heavy snow in wake of Storm Arwen
HEAVY snow has added to problems as transport links were also thrown into chaos by Storm Arwen.
Traffic filters on move after residents' concern
THE final locations for controversial traffic filters have been revealed.
Xmas tree felled hours after switch-on
ONE of the biggest nights in a village’s year took a turn for the disastrous worst - just hours after hundreds attended its Christmas lights switch-on.
Pep keeps Rice on the City backburner
A MOVE FOR THE WEST HAM PLAYER COULD BE ON THE CARDS NEXT SUMMER
Nurse honoured after saving holiday boy's life
SHE REVIVED LIFELESS' YOUNGSTER, FIVE, PLUCKED FROM HOTEL POOL
Jilted boyfriend stalked nervous wreck' ex
PLUMBER ALSO SPREAD MALICIOUS RUMOURS ABOUT DIVORCEE'S FORMER HUSBAND
Football fans banned after derby bar brawl
FOOTBALL fans were hauled before a judge after a mass brawl erupted in a bar between United and City fans hours after the derby.
Climate protesters block road outside Amazon site
AT least eight protesters from Extinction Rebellion blocked a road outside one of the region's Amazon sites from around 4am yesterday as part of a national protest against the company on Black Friday, one of their busiest days of the year.
Within a year of entering the smartwatch segment, Realme has expanded its lineup to include multiple watches and bands. Recently, the Shenzen-based tech giant launched the Realme Watch 2. We got to review the watch, and after using it for a while, here’s our verdict:
Corrugated sand spanning some 20km fringes the Sefton Coast in Merseyside. It’s the UK’s largest undeveloped dune system – bustling with rare insects, reptiles and amphibians – and is the focus of a major conservation project.
DELIGHTFUL HOSPITALITY EXPERIENCE for All Celebrations & Functions
There are events and then there are occasions. Moments in time that will be etched in minds of people for the rest of their lives. Especially in a country like India known for its rich culture, there are festivities and celebrations all across the year. As Indians, we always like to celebrate special days with pomp and fervour. Whether it is a lifetime event of marriage, reception party, engagement or special days of birthdays or anniversaries, we take pride in coming together with our loved ones and cherishing the moments.
A SIMMERING SUMMER STANDOFF
More than two months after hundreds of Indian and Chinese soldiers, tanks and vehicles pulled back from the northern and southern banks of the Pangong Tso and the Kailash Range, an attenuated standoff looks set to continue through the summer.
Spring back to life
A non-profit's technological approach for springshed rejuvenation helps Uttarakhand women end their water woes
Height NOC to developers valid for up to 12 years now
A recent notification says height curbs for building projects will now span a radius of just 2km from the airport against the earlier 20km.
MY BEST TRIAL
Mtb’s movers and shakers select their favourite places to ride
TAKE A HIKE
Trees, butterflies and sunny skies
Photography in the Mist
THERE IS SOMETHING PLEASING ABOUT MIST AND FOG THAT MAKES IT LOOK DREAMY IN YOUR PHOTOGRAPH. YOU CAN PHOTOGRAPH YOUR SUBJECTS IN A POETIC, ROMANTIC WAY OR MAKE THEM LOOK HAUNTED. CAPTURING SUBJECTS IN THE MIST CAN BE A CHALLENGING TASK AS MIST AND FOG MOVE CONTINUOUSLY, IT CAN FADE AWAY WITHIN A SECOND. THEY HAVE A MOMENTARY FEATURE THAT CAN CERTAINLY CAUSE FLAT, ORDINARY IMAGES. CAPTURING THEM FLAWLESSLY TAKES A LOT OF EXERCISE AND EXPERIMENTATION. MIST AND FOG ARE NOTHING BUT CLOUDS THAT ARE LESS DENSE THAN THE ONES YOU SEE IN THE SKY. YOU CAN DIFFER THEM IN TERMS OF THEIR DENSITY, LONGEVITY AND MOST IMPORTANTLY THEIR VISIBILITY. AS WE KNOW MIST IS LESS DENSE THAN FOG, IT LASTS FOR A SHORTER PERIOD AND ALLOWS US TO SEE AS FAR AS 2KM. HOWEVER, IN THE FOG, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO SEE AS FAR AS 1KM.
Desert Island lockdown
The Pattison family are blissfully stranded in Caribbean Barbuda