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It’s Awkward: These funny throwback pics of Alia Bhatt and Sara Ali Khan will turn your Sunday into a laugh r

In this tough time of the coronavirus pandemic, while you are stuck at home, we have come up with some hilarious, awkward, throwback pics of your favourite B-Town celebs, which will start your lazy Sunday with laughter and entertainment. We have dug some throwback pictures of Bollywood stars, where they got clicked in awkward gestures,…

It’s Expensive! When Ananya Panday donned a gown whose price matched that of a Nano car

With no events or parties being held in tinsel town, we are relying on fashion archives to dig out some memorable looks of our celebs. Today, the spotlight is on Ananya Panday. The young lady has made a splash in Bollywood with Student Of The Year 2 and Pati Patni Aur Woh. Ananya Panday has…

Disha Patani’s sensuous avatar in a vibrant monokini and Sara Ali Khan’s throwback pic after graduating from

Once again, we saw our Bollywood celebs reliving their nostalgic and beautiful memories as they shared throwback pictures on their social media accounts. While Disha Patani shared a picture, giving us major beach vibes in a vibrant monokini, Sara Ali Khan posted one of the best memories of her life – when she graduated from…

Alabama Running Out of ICU Beds For Coronavirus Patients As State Reopens

Members of Task Force 31, a U.S. military group that decontaminates long term care facilities, wear PPE in Huntsville, Alabama on March 6, 2020.Photo: DVIDS/U.S. Air National GuardAlabama is running out of ICU beds to treat coronavirus patients, according to the mayor of Montgomery, the second largest city in the state. The dire news comes as…

Coronavirus pandemic: Updates from around the world

state health officials."Our initial goal is to educate people," Lt. Audra Sellers of the Maui Police Department said. "Our efforts are meant to keep people safe and stop them from spreading the virus."A woman wearing a face mask walks past a night club, now closed following a visit by a confirmed Covid-19 patient, in the…

Today’s top business news: US oil prices fall below zero for the first time ever, stocks drop sharply, George Soros calls for €1 trillion...

Oil prices fell below zero for the first time in history last night as the global lockdown decimated demand for the commodity in the midst of a price war between suppliers.Indian stocks have opened weak this morning, down over 3%, which is in line with the performance of the US Dow Jones overnight.Join us as…

Uncovering the CAA’s larger stratagem

Student protesters have exacted their first concession from the powers that be. The Prime Minister has denied any official intent to compile a countrywide National Register of Citizens (NRC), nor to build detention centres to contain those classified as non-citizens. The implication is to delink any connection between the NRC and the Citizenship (Amendment) Act…

Lighting our way

Teaching is a very noble profession that shapes the character, calibre, and future of an individual. If the people remember me as a good teacher, that will be the biggest honour for me.~A. P. J. Abdul Kalam A teacher is someone who can help you acquire knowledge, competence or virtue. A teacher need not necessarily…

Chris Hughers, a Facebook Founder, Is Working With the Government to Break It Up

Technology|Chris Hughes, a Facebook Founder, Is Working With the Government to Break It UpImageChris Hughes has joined leading academics to argue to government officials that Facebook has engaged in anticompetitive behavior for almost a decade.CreditCreditVincent Tullo for The New...

Start-Up Says It’s Changing Eye Care for the Better. Others See It Differently.

Thecolorful adson Facebook and Instagram promise a fantastic bargain: “Stop overpaying for contact lenses. Get 30 contacts delivered to your door for ONLY $1.” Captions like “wow” and “what a steal” splash across images of teal containers and lenses...

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Government woos World Bank over uneducated kids

The Federal Government has appealed to the World Bank to assist it in reducing the population of out-of- school children from 10 to five million by 2023. The Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, made the call when a World Bank delegation, led by its Country Director, Mr. Shubham Chawdry, paid him a working visit…

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