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British-Muslims fear for their future under Johnson govt

The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) has called on the Prime Minister, who has been personally accused of Islamophobia, to reassure British-Muslims of their place in the UK.

Hailstorms, rain cause major damage to crops in Rajasthan

Nagaur district in the state was hit by a hailstorm during the evening hours and night which blanketed the streets with what looked like snow. Sikar and Jhunhunu also witnessed a hailstorm leading to losses in crops and livestock.

Wipro, IISc tie up to make 3D printer

Wipro 3D, the additive manufacturing business of Wipro Infrastructure Engineering and IISc, has developed the industry-grade additive manufacturing machine.

US, Canada warn citizens against visiting Northeast

American citizens have been asked to keep a low profile and be aware of surrounding to review personal security plans for safety. The Canadian embassy stated that internet communication has been temporarily suspended and transport facilities have also been affected in various parts of the northeast region.

CBI filed case against Padma Shree awardee Leela Samson

The case has been registered against Leela Samson, the then Director of Kalashetra Foundation - T S Murthi, the then Chief Accounts Officer at Kalakshetra Foundation, S Ramachandran, Accounts officer at Kalakshetra Foundation, V Srinivasan, Engineer at Kalakshetra Foundation and Ravi Neelakantan, Proprietor, CARD and Chennai Engineers.

Curfew relaxed as situation improves in Assam

In Dibrugarh municipal area, the curfew was relaxed from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., officials said. With prohibitory orders relaxed till 4 p.m., shops and markets opened in the capital city and some vehicles were seen plying on the roads. However, schools continued to remain shut.

Miffed by judiciary, Kerala Minister hits back

The court-appointed three-member amicus curiae and asked them to submit a report on the condition of roads in Kochi by December 20.

N.Korea conducts another ‘critical’ test at satellite launch site

The unspecified test took place from 10.41 p.m. to 10.48 p.m. on Friday at the Sohae Satellite Launching Ground.

Klopp signs new Liverpool deal until 2024

"This club is in such a good place, I couldn't contemplate leaving," Klopp said.

Priyanka Gandhi attacks Modi over CAA, jobs, economy

Priyanka Gandi mocked the BJP government over their slogan 'Modi hai to mumkin hai'. She said, "Laws are being passed which are unconstitutional."

Samsung denies selling 1 mn Galaxy Fold handsets

The Galaxy Fold, which has a 7.3-inch screen that users can fold horizontally like a book, officially went on sale in September with a price tag of around $2,000.

SpiceJet grounds 3 aircraft citing defects

The low-cost carrier said, "on the advice of the Israeli Aerospace Industries (IAI), which converted these aircraft to freighters".

Kerala to look into AP Disha Act for safety of women

"What must be noted is that, in Kerala, now itself the laws are very tough and it's only a question of implementation. But now that Andhra Pradesh has passed a new one, we have no issues in looking that up and see what it offers. It will be done and then will see," said Kerala Minister for Health and Social Welfare K.K. Shailaja

US House panel approves 2 scaled-down charges against Trump

The charges are based on Trump asking Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelentsky to investigate former US Vice President Joe Biden while military aid to that country was pending.

Messi’s brilliance salvages the day for Kerala Blasters

With the spoils being shared, Jamshedpur is third with 13 points from eight matches while Kerala sits seventh with seven points.