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To break the deadlock, the High Powered Committee-headed by Union Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai, held talks with agitating groups of Ladakh on December 4 more
Aamir Khan and Vishnu Vishal had faced several hours of distress due to the rising floodwaters in Karapakkam, Chennai. Vishnu sought rescue through a distress message on X, prompting the fire and … more
'Mami' Aishwarya was seen cheering for Agastya and asked him to get used to posing alone for paps as he makes his debut. While Abhishek held Agastya's hand. more
Covid inquiry chair Lady Hallett asks protester to sit down as former prime minister begins his evidenceHugo Keith KC is questioning Johnson.He asks if Johnson’s approach has been to give all … more
Live, rolling coverage of business, economics and financial markets as xAI reveals it has already raised $135mThe Bank has said that the full effect of interest rate increases is yet to come through … more
Doctors Without Borders says supplies critically low at central Gaza hospital; at least 34 killed in strike on homes housing displaced people according to hospital director and AP … more
Former Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he was "deeply sorry" for the loss of life during the Covid pandemic, as began giving evidence to the UK inquiry.  Mr Johnson, who is expected to give … more
Ukrainian president will meet other leaders on Wednesday, a day after cancelling an address to US senators amid political division over aid for KyivSee all our Ukraine war coverageSweden has signed a … more
Sixth day of Cop28 comes as new report says threats to humanity drawing closer as carbon pollution heats the planet to ever more dangerous levelsCountries negotiating at Cop28 must not fall into the … more
Policing minister Chris Philp defended Boris Johnson's record during the pandemic ahead of the former prime minister's appearance before the UK Covid-19 Inquiry on Wednesday. more
The 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships are estimated to have had a direct economic impact on the Scottish Borders of over £6million. more
Results come from the Eurobarometer poll published Wednesday morningThe majority of citizens believe that the EU has an impact on their daily lives, and most have expressed interest in the upcoming … more
Be it the pop star’s failure to mention the controversy over her LGBTQ credentials, or Beckham ignoring rumours of an affair, stars increasingly make shows that dodge the truth – to their … more
Mass produced humanoid robots are coming, the U.S. government is warning NVIDIA not to ship AI chips to China. HP’s printer lock-in strategy is unpopular but profitable and is it time to rethink … more
As clubs at the top of the European game continue to get richer and richer, they are looking for coaches with the one thing money cannot buyThe cascade of tributes that followed Terry Venables’s … more
Steamy, spiritual and stress-busting, there are more than 3m saunas in Finland. Not only are they skin tingling, they help people explore what it is to be humanI should not be surprised if an older … more
The row over Omid Scobie’s new book has reignited a depressing debate about mixed-race identity, with our voices barely heard There are a few words and phrases I’ve muted on X (formerly Twitter) … more
Sunny Deol was spotted wandering alone at night in Mumbai as a rickshaw driver pulled up to help; the actor's unsteady walk has got the internet talking more
The president and CEO of the chipmaker to ChatGPT says the rise of AI is no cause for concern. more
Asit Modi shared a message towards the end of the episode, "Daya bhabhi will return soon, I know you all are upset with us. You all are angry with us and I know you all love me. We value your love … more
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