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Sixth US PGA Tour player tests positive for COVID-19

The tour said in a statement that Campbell had withdrawn from this week's Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit, where he was the first alternate, after he tested positive as part of the pre-tournament screening process.

UNESCO chief calls for prosecution of Indian journalist’s killers

Condemning the murder of Tripathi, she said on Tuesday, "I call on the authorities to bring the perpetrators of this crime to justice, which is essential to deter other criminals from practicing gunpoint censorship."

17 injured in Tamil Nadu’s Neyveli Lignite Power Plant boiler explosion

The injured have been taken to the NLC Lignite Hospital.

Toddler rescued after watching grandad die in Kashmir terror strike

The heartbreaking pictures that surfaced showed the boy sitting on the dead body. He was later taken by the army and police personnel as they attended to him post the trauma.

Real Madrid set to make history

Madrid, the best team of the 20th century according to FIFA, has so far been one of the only elite clubs to resist the creation of a female team.

Learn to prevent ‘Zoom’bombing

Zoom has been one of the most widely used tools considering its easy-to-use features. While it has some benefits, there are also risks with regard to safety and privacy, accessibility, and organisations’ confidentiality obligations.

Dr Anthony Fauci warns of 100,000 COVID cases per day in US

"Clearly we are not in control right now," he testified, warning that not enough Americans are wearing masks or social distancing, the BBC reported.

Sania Mirza’s date with Shoaib Malik on Instagram

The Pakistan all-rounder sent a message: Hey @MirzaSania, you game for a date night? Say this Saturday, 21:30 your time #ShoaibMalikLive..

CM KCR conveys birthday greetings to Vice President

He also sent a bouquet of flowers to the Vice President wishing for the latter a long life and to continue with his services to the nation in the days and years to come.

VVS Laxman pays tributes to doctors

“Today on the occasion of Doctor’s Day let us salute and pay tribute to the real Super Heroes who are not only risking their lives and they are also working tirelessly in fighting the pandemic that the world has seen,'' he said

Carlyle to acquire about 25 pc stake in Airtel’s data centre business

This will peg the enterprise valuation of Nxtra at USD 1.2 billion which is over Rs 9,084 crore. On completion of the deal, Carlyle will hold about 25 per cent stake in the business with Airtel continuing to hold the remaining stake of about 75 per cent.

Messi scores 700th goal but Barca draws with Atletico

Messi chipped in a penalty to reach another astonishing milestone at Camp Nou but twice Atletico hit back with spot-kicks of their own, Saul Niguez converting both after Barca took an early lead through Diego Costa's own goal.

India sees spike of 18,653 COVID-19 cases, tally reaches 5,85,493 

As per the Ministry, there are presently 2,20,114 active cases in the country. The number of patients cured/discharged and migrated stands at 3,47,979.

Global COVID-19 cases top 10.4mn: Johns Hopkins University

As of Wednesday morning, the total number of cases increased to 10,434,835, while the fatalities stood at to 509,779, the University's Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) revealed in its latest update.

Hyderabad: Fire breaks out at MNJ Cancer Hospital

According to fire officials, the fire broke out in the blood bank on the ground floor of the hospital, following which the fire control room received a distress call at 8.30 a.m.

100 years and still counting

Commissioned by Mahbub Ali Khan after the 1908 flood and completed by Osman Ali Khan, the Osman Sagar lake has been serving the water needs of the city for over a century, writes Asif Yar Khan

Gandipet quenches city’s thirst, serves greater good

Constructed during the Nizam era, the striking aspect about these twin waterbodies of Osman Sagar and Himayath Sagar is that they are operated manually unlike most other reservoirs, which have hydraulic gates.

Changing tech turned books into audio files

Kids are equally exposed to such technology as parents find it easier to let them get addicted to the screens than engage them in an interesting activity.

An Adivasi world few explored

Title: Bastar Dispatches: A Passage through the Wilds Author: Narendra Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers India Pages: 262 Price: Rs 499

Depth of India’s culture through flowers

The book ‘Flower Shower: The Culture of Flowers in India’ takes readers on a journey through India with fascinating floral titbits

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