Group A clash between India and Chinese Taipei in the ongoing AFC Women's Asian Cup, 2022, which was scheduled to be played on Sunday evening, has been cancelled after a string of positive COVID-19 cases in the Indian camp.
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TWO PFI LEADERS BOOKED OVER MINOR BOY'S PROVOCATIVE SLOGANS IN VIDEO
Kerala Police on Monday said that they have begun investigating a viral video in which a boy is seen raising a provocative slogan allegedly at a Popular Front of India (PFI) march.
Miller's ballistic knock takes debutant Gujarat Titans to final
David Miller and captain Hardik Pandya guided Gujarat Titans to a sevenwicket win over Rajasthan Royals at the Eden Gardens on Tuesday.
Modi, Biden raise the bar for India-US ties
The key outcome of the Modi-Biden meeting was a shared plan to upscale and transform defence relationship to a higher level, qualitatively and quantitatively.
AFGHAN REFUGEES HOLD RALLY IN ISLAMABAD DEMANDING SHELTER IN DEVELOPED COUNTRIES
"We are here and want to get settled in any developed country. So far, we are not being given the status of refugees here," said a protestor Alyas Zaki, as per Dawn report.
U.S. REPORTS 100,000 CHILD COVID CASES WEEKLY
It marks the sixth consecutive weekly increase in child Covid cases in the US, stated the report.
SRI LANKAN NAVY THWARTS IMMIGRATION BID, ARRESTS 67
The Navy conducted a special operation in the Sallisampaltivu and Trincomalee sea.
DELHI POLICE ARREST COUPLE FOR DUPING WOMEN ON PRETEXT OF KITTY PARTY
Delhi Police's Economic Offences Wing detained a couple for duping several women under the guise of kitty party money collection, in Kewal Park Extension, Azadpur.
ED TIGHTENS JHARKHAND NOOSE AROUND MINING SECRETARY
Pooja Singhal, a 2000-batch IAS officer, was arrested by the agency on May 11.
HARDIK PATEL ATTACKS GUJARAT CONGRESS ON RAM MANDIR REMARK
Gujarat Patidar leader Hardik Patel who recently quit the Congress on Tuesday hit out at the party leadership for their derogatory and hateful remarks against "Hindus and Lord Ram".
BJP SLAMS RAHUL GANDHI OVER MEETING WITH UK LEADER JEREMY CORBYN, CONGRESS HITS BACK
While Congress leader Randeep Surjewala took to Twitter and said, "Am amazed as to how dearest friends in TV Media have to bend over backwards to serve the idiotic agenda of Govt & ilk of Kapil Sharma. Political leaders have met in the past and will meet in future other leaders having divergent and opposite views to us or get a pic taken."
Tom Cruise: MAN ON A MISSION
THE ACTOR STOPPED AT NOTHING TO MAKE M:1 7 AND 8 AND TOP GUN: MAVERICK. NOW HE'S FEELING THE PRESSURE.
FOOD FOR Thought
All about food
THE TREE OF Life and Fertility
DR. V. RAMAKANTHA shares some insights into the science, history and mythology of the Banyan tree, also known as the Bengal Fig or Indian Fig. The Banyan is one of those mythical trees that has had an important place in the life and history of the people of India since ancient times. It is also home to many species of birds, animals, and epiphytic plants.
East Meets West
KALYANI ADUSUMILLI grew up in a minority group in the United States, straddling cultures, learning how to fit in, and later learning how to accept the traditions of her heritage. Today, she is watching her children going through the same process, shifting their cultural identity, as they head toward adulthood in the melting pot of a multicultural society.
HOW POLITICS POISONED THE CHURCH
THE EVANGELICAL MOVEMENT SPENT 40 YEARS AT WAR WITH SECULAR AMERICA. NOW IT'S AT WAR WITH ITSELF.
Desire for Face Time Revives Business Travel
Companies are reporting more trips, proving doomsayers from the pandemic's darkest days wrong
A dairy farming father's love for his family lives on in the tools that he left behind.
AIRBNB Allows Employees to Live and Work From Anywhere
Airbnb will allow its employees to live and work almost anywhere around the world, fully embracing a remote work policy to attract staff and ensure flexibility.
An Overview of Namibia's Agri Sector
In a recent report, the Namibia Agricultural Union outlined the state of that country’s agriculture sector, and how it has been affected by COVID-19 and other factors.
Left Behind By Long Covid
As the world pretends the pandemic is over, at least half a million children in the U.S. are struggling