Patanjali considering bidding for Indian Premier League title sponsorship

New Delhi, Aug 10  Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali Ayurved is considering to bid for the title sponsorship of the upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL), according to a company official. The slot of …

Cop killed as teen rams car into patrol vehicle

New Delhi, Aug 10  A constable was killed and another injured after a speeding car driven by an inebriated man rammed into their patrolling vehicle in north Delhi in the early …

Subhasish Bose leaves Mumbai City FC

Mumbai, Aug 10 Indian Super League (ISL) franchise Mumbai City FC on Monday confirmed that its defender Subhasish Bose has left the club. “After two memorable seasons with #TheIslanders, Subhasish Bose …

Salman Khan set to return with hit reality show ‘Bigg Boss 2020’

Mumbai, Superstar Salman Khan will soon return with the next season of the hit reality show “Bigg Boss”, the makers have announced. TV channel Colors shared a promo of the series …

Former India and Mohun Bagan football player Manitombi dies at 39

Kolkata, Former India and Mohun Bagan footballer Manitombi Singh died aged only 39 at his native village near Imphal in Manipur on Sunday. Manitombi was suffering from a prolonged illness and …

Approves release of 400 ‘hard-core’ Taliban prisoners: Afghan assembly

  Afghanistan’s stupendous gathering, or Loya Jirga, on Sunday endorsed the arrival of 400 “in-your-face” Taliban detainees, making ready for the start of harmony talks planned for closure over 19 years …

Opening schools is a moral duty: British PM

English Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the legislature has an ethical obligation to guarantee kids come back to class one month from now. Most understudies have been out of the study …

Transmitted in schools, UK study indicates: Little evidence coronavirus

  One of the world’s biggest investigations of its sort is required to presume that there is little proof that coronavirus is sent in schools, as indicated by a UK media …

After talks with Congress break down: Trump signs coronavirus relief orders

President Donald Trump marked leader orders on Saturday somewhat reestablishing upgraded joblessness installments to the a huge number of Americans who lost positions in the coronavirus pandemic, as the United States …

A ‘poisoned chalice’, Microsoft’s TikTok deal: Bill Gates

  As Microsoft seeks after converses with buy the US business of TikTok, Bill Gates has named the possible arrangement between the two organizations a harmed cup. In a meeting with …

Resigns in wake of deadly blast: Lebanon information minister

  Lebanon’s data serve surrendered on Sunday as the nation wrestles with the consequence of the overwhelming impact that tore through the capital and raised open annoyance higher than ever. The …

Afghan council’s recommendation to release Taliban prisoners: Pak welcomes

  Pakistan on Sunday invited a conventional Afghan board’s proposal to deliver the staying 400 Taliban individuals, communicating trust that the move will help in a solid beginning to arrangements between …

75th anniversary of US atomic bombing: Nagasaki urges nuke ban

  The Japanese city of Nagasaki has denoted its 75th commemoration of the US nuclear shelling, with the chairman and diminishing survivors asking world pioneers including their own to help out …

Six French tourists, their driver and guide killed by Gunmen: Niger

  Six French vacationers and their Nigerien local escort and driver were killed by shooters in Niger on Sunday, AFP detailed, refering to a nearby lead representative. The assailants on cruisers …

British companies surge: Planned layoffs

  The quantity of British organizations wanting to cut staff numbers in June was multiple times higher than in the equivalent month a year sooner, in an unpropitious indication of COVID-19’s …