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    LIVE News Updates: With 50,129 new COVID-19 infections, India's total cases surge to 78,64,811

    Man held for firing outside Gurugram mall A 24-year-old man was arrested on charge of opening fire at a mall on the Mehrauli-Gurugram Road here in the early hours of Sunday, police said.A countrymade pistol, five cartridges and one spent cartridge were seized from Musaddiq Ansari after he fired in the parking lot of the Metropolitan Mall, the police...

    • 7 min ago
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    Streaming Now, Rebecca Returns on Netflix: Armie Hammer plays the hero

    Armie Hammer is an eminently likeable actor. For some strange reason, he's constantly assumed to be gay (which is fine, really) because of his star turn in the gay film Call Me By Your Name.Armie lets laughter deal with questions of his sexuality. But somewhere down the line, the question of whether Armie and his co-star Timothee Chalamet, who were fully unclothed on the...

    • 27 min ago
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    Why is Bengal's Durga so different & Why she is the 'daughter' returning home

    People often wonder why Bengalis worship Durga on the grandest scale possible during Navaratri and why they do not observe the mandatory fasts or rituals - instead gorging on non-vegetarian food. And, this propensity is not limited to any class or caste because Brahmans and so-called upper castes lead the way to celebrate with the best of fish and mutton dishes. The...

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    Global COVID-19 cases top 42.5 million: Johns Hopkins

    The overall number of global coronavirus cases has topped 42.5 million, while the deaths have soared to more than 1,148,940, according to the Johns Hopkins University.As of Sunday morning, the total number of cases stood at 42,532,198, while the death toll surged to 1,148,943, the University's Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) revealed in its latest update.The US is the...

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    As 2020 marks the centenary of non-cooperation movement, Nehru's reflections on why it was suspended

    This year marks the centenary of the Non-Co-operation Movement, the first all-India mass upsurge in the battle for freedom, inaugurated by Gandhiji on 1st August 1920. The movement was brought to a sudden halt by Gandhiji in February 1922, as recorded by Jawaharlal Nehru in An Autobiography, after an incident "near the village of Chauri...

    • 3 hrs ago
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    LIVE News Updates: Unlike UP, Punjab and Rajasthan govts not denying the rape, says Rahul

    Unlike in UP, the govts of Punjab and Rajasthan are NOT denying that the girl was rapedUnlike in UP, the governments of Punjab and Rajasthan are NOT denying that the girl was raped, threatening her family and blocking the course of justice.If they do, I will go there to fight for justice.#Hathras, tweeted Rahul Gandhi.Unlike in UP, the governments of Punjab...

    • 3 hrs ago
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    Can Election Commission of India learn something from others?

    India's electoral system, run by the Election Commission of India, is one of the world's wonders. It was not too long ago (and in fact many of us can remember those days) when Bihar's elections were associated with violence and booth capturing. A series of innovations from the Election Commission under TN Seshan and his successor MS Gill resulted in violence reducing considerably. And...

    • 4 hrs ago
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    IPL 2020: KXIP defend target of 127 to beat SRH by 12 runs

    Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) on Saturday successfully defended a measly target of 127 and pulled off an extraordinary 12-run win over SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) at the Dubai International Stadium.With SRH taking their time chasing down the low target, KXIP kept the pressure on them and turned the screws in the death overs. They took as many as seven wickets in the last four overs and conceded...

    • 12 hrs ago
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    Why early diagnosis, treatment of psoriasis is helpful

    Seeking timely diagnosis and treatment of psoriasis, while recognizing the symptoms, is advisable, says a renowned dermatologist ahead of the World Psoriasis Day marked on October 29.According to many dermatologists, people living with moderate to severe psoriasis require access to high quality treatment and regular screening of their condition. The flare-ups on the scalp, genital and...

    • 13 hrs ago
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    Women's Big Bash League to do 'Barefoot Circle' against racism

    The Women's Big Bash League (WBBL), the world's leading women's T20 tournament, will see players take a stand against racism, a report in cricket.com.au said on Saturday.When West Indies men played a Test series in England earlier this year, players from both sides took a knee for the cause.At the WBBL, players will form a 'Barefoot Circle'."A Barefoot Circle will be performed...

    • 13 hrs ago

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