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    Lee Min-ho frowns in new pictures shared from his last day on sets of Pachinko

    Lee Min-ho has been in Canada, shooting for his upcoming Apple TV+ series titled Pachinko. Based on the novel of the same name by Min Jin Lee, Lee Min-ho plays the role of Hansu in the show. While fans spotted the star on the sets a few days ago, the Legend of the Blue Sea actor has now confirmed that the filming schedule in Canada has come to an end. He took to...

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    China launches hotline for netizens to report 'illegal' history comments that defame Communist Party

    China's cyber regulator has launched a hotline to report online comments that defame the ruling Communist Party and its history, vowing to crack down on "historical nihilists" ahead of the Party's 100th anniversary in July. The tip line allows people to report fellow netizens who "distort" the Party's history, attack its...

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    Tika Utsav day 1: People from across states take Covid-19 vaccine | In Photos

    India began the 'Tika Utsav' (vaccination festival) on Sunday days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for mass vaccination against the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) during his meeting with chief ministers of all states as the nation reels under the second wave of infections. Follow latest updates on Covid-19 vaccination centre here In a tweet this morning,...

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    Eligible kin vaccinated, can apply for rebate in property tax: North Delhi mayor

    The owner of a residential house and his or her eligible family members who have received anti-coronavirus vaccine can apply to avail additional rebate in payment of property tax, North Delhi Mayor Jai Prakash said on Saturday. The mayor said a circular was issued on Friday in anticipation of approval of the North Delhi Municipal Corporation. "According to the...

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    Loved Alaya F's cotton candy look at Filmfare? Here's what her satin dress costs

    Recognising the best talent in Bollywood, the 66th Filmfare Awards 2021 were held recently which saw the Tinsel Town peeps putting their glamorous foot forward and one-film old Aalia Furniturewalla, or Alaya F as she is popularly known, stole the limelight with her cotton candy look in a Sculpture Satin Dress by designer Gaurav Gupta. While the event is slated to be...

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    No control on Covid-19, not enough vaccines: Rahul Gandhi targets Centre

    Hitting out at the central government, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday said the Centre could neither control the Covid pandemic nor address the problems of farmers and labourers. "No control on the corona, not enough vaccines, no employment...Neither the farmers and the labourers are addressed, nor Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) safe. No middle class...

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    Around 1.3 lakh Tibetans living in 26 countries cast votes for Dharamshala-based parliament-in-exile

    Tibetans living in 26 countries including India on Sunday voted for the final phase of the general election for the Dharamshala-based parliament-in-exile to elect the next Sikyong (president), an official said. Forty-five members of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA), also called as Tibetan-parliament-in-exile, will also be elected by the...

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    Maharashtra crosses 10 million vaccination mark, the first state to do so

    Maharashtra has become the first state in the country to administer more than 10 million doses of the vaccine against the coronavirus disease (Covid-19), the state health department announced on Sunday. As of April 11 morning, the state "administered 10,038,421 doses, highest in the country so far," Dr Pradeep Vyas, the principal secretary of Maharashtra's health...

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    Take uniform decision on Class 10, 12 exams: Sena to Centre

    The ruling Shiv Sena in Maharashtra appealed to the Centre to take a uniform decision on the board exams of Classes 10 and 12 across the country in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. A unilateral decision by any state would lead to students of that statebeing at a disadvantage in terms of career and opportunities, Shiv Sena's chief spokesperson Arvind Sawant said in a letter, dated...

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    Govt may hike FDI limit in pension sector to 74%; Bill likely in monsoon session

    Image Source : FILE Govt may hike FDI limit in pension sector to 74% The government may hike the foreign direct investment (FDI) limit in the pension sector to 74 percent and a Bill in this regard is expected to come in the next Parliament session, according to sources. Last month, Parliament approved a Bill to increase the FDI limit in the insurance sector from 49...

    • 28 min ago

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