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June 27, 2022

Celeb Alia Bhatt announces pregnancy

New Delhi: Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt on Monday took everyone by surprise as she announced her pregnancy. Taking to her social media handle, Alia shared a picture of her visit to a hospital, where she can be seen along with her husband and actor…

‘Rk/Rkay’ is mad film: Rajat Kapoor

New Delhi: The release of actor Rajat Kapoor’s ‘Rk/Rkay’ is a month away, and the quirky comedy drama has already been screened and appreciated at several international festivals. Talking about the film, Rajat Kapoor said in a statement, “Rk/Rkay is…

Mayank Agarwal in squad for Edgasbaton Test

London: India opener Mayank Agarwal has been called up for the rescheduled Test against England in Edgasbaton, scheduled to start on July 1. He will join rest of the Indian squad on Monday. "As per the latest travel advisory, Agarwal will not be…

India-UK 5th round FTA talks next month in Delhi

London/New Delhi: India and the UK have concluded the fourth round of talks for a bilateral Free Trade Agreement and will hold the fifth round of negotiations in July in New Delhi. The two sides concluded the fourth round of talks on June 24.…

Goa Govt to amend law to protect ‘no man’s’ properties

Panaji: Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant on Monday said that the state government will amend the law to protect those properties owners of which are either abroad or which do not have heirs. Speaking to reporters after chairing a meeting on land…

Nearly 30 skaters attend coaching camp at Jammu

Jammu: Around 30 skaters in different age groups participated in a five-day long coaching camp that concluded on Sunday here at Maulana Azad Stadium. The five days Roller Skating coaching camp was organized by parents in association with J&K…

AAP has run out of wind: Avinash Rai Khanna

Hamirpur: Himachal BJP in-charge Avinash Rai Khanna said on Sunday that the defeat of Gurmel Singh, the ruling Aam Aadmi Party's candidate in the Sangrur by-elections proves that the party has lost the faith of the masses. In a statement, Khanna…