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The famed Sabarimala pilgrimage's present season has seen unprecedented rush of pilgrims and with the entire focus of the police on the statewide trip of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, the … more
Salman Khan scolded Mannara Chopra for her cribbing and negative attitude. The Bigg Boss 17 host went on to compare her with her two sisters (Priyanka and Parineeti Chopra) and also remined her that … more
Hospitality sector rebuffed in bid to meet Finance Secretary more
Staff and students have criticised City of Glasgow College as they accused it of failing to address concerns over a lecturer who exposed classes to far-right symbols. more
Activity in the private business sector fell in November for the third month running but companies are still expanding their workforces more
The resistance around the highs made on September 15 were broken and overcome in one shot and we are now on the threshold of new milestones just waiting to be touched and then broken, writes Arun … more
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called on Hamas fighters to surrender Follow live for latest in Israel-Hamas warIsraeli tanks have reached the heart of Gaza’s southern city of Khan … more
A teacher in a school in Uttar Pradesh's Hathras district has been dismissed because he did not respond to a greeting by a class 11 student, a school official said. more
Two months after opposition alliance won an electoral majority, his appointment will end eight years of nationalist rule Donald Tusk is expected to become Poland’s prime minister this week, almost … more
Ravens grab AFC No 1 seed with win over RamsJoe Flacco leads Browns to crucial win over JaguarsZach Wilson make triumphant return to JetsJosh Allen threw for 233 yards with touchdowns running and … more
At Cop28, Labor has made more progress on climate than the Coalition did in nearly a decade – but can this be true if Australia remains the world’s third biggest fossil fuel exporter?Two years … more
How video games are continuing to become more accessible for people with impaired vision. more
Voters shun district election after pro-democracy candidates were prevented from runningA “patriots only” district election in Hong Kong that barred opposition democrats from the ballot sheet … more
Ukrainian leader invited by Joe Biden, as US president pressures Republican senators to back aid billUS President Joe Biden has invited his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelenskiy to the White … more
Author’s great-grandson suggests she would have approved of changing lead’s ethnicity in Murder Is EasyAgatha Christie would have approved of changing the protagonist’s heritage from white to … more
Aid organizations are warning half of the Palestinians inside Gaza are starving, as Israel intensifies its bombing campaign inside the territory. Meantime, a growing number of Americans are … more
A third of Scots are going into debt to pay food and other essential living costs, the Mental Health Foundation has warned. more
“We cannot preach temperance from a bar stool while we ourselves are drunk on oil and natural gas that the United States exports every single day. Our companies do not want to stop doing that … more
Qatar says mediation efforts continue to secure new ceasefire and free more hostages despite ongoing bombardmentSee all our Israel-Gaza war coverageMediation efforts are continuing to secure a new … more
LeBron James in crowd to watch son’s playing return19-year-old cheered by large crowd at Galen CenterBronny James made his college debut for Southern California on Sunday, coming off the bench … more
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