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Italian Job: Lamont Marcell Jacobs The Surprise Winner Of Men's Olympics 100m Dash

Italy's Lamont Marcell Jacobs on Sunday produced the performance of a lifetime to win the men's 100m final of the Olympic Games, shocking the pre-race favourites. The USA-born Italian, racing in lane three, dipped at the line in a time of 9.80 seconds in a new national record at the Tokyo Olympic Stadium.


Tollywood Celebrities Hail 'tigress' PV Sindhu For Olympic Medal

It is a proud day for India as PV Sindhu on Sunday won bronze medal in badminton at the Tokyo Olympics. While congratulations have poured in from all parts of the country, in her hometown Hyderabad, people are beaming with pride. Tollywood celebrities from Hyderabad didn't hold back from expressing their joy.


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Delhi Govt To Take Over Management Of Bal Bharati Public School In Rohini With L-G's Approval: Sisodia

The Directorate of Education of Delhi Government said that it will take over the management of Bal Bharati School in Rohini over alleged arbitrary fee hike and has received the required approvals from the Lieutenant Governor's office, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Thursday.


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Covid Third Wave Likely This Month, May Peak In October: Report

India may see another rise in Covid-19 cases as soon as August with the third wave peaking with less than 100,000 infections a day in the best-case scenario or nearly 150,000 in the worst scenario, researchers have said.


App Store Now Accepting UPI, Rupay Cards For Payments In India

Apple has started accepting App Store and iTunes payments in India using Unified Payments Interface (UPI), Rupay cards and Net Banking, a media report said on Friday.


Social Media Abuzz With Death Reports Of 50 Pakistanis Who Went To Fight As Part Of Taliban

Social media is abuzz with reports of 50 Pakistanis who went to fight as part of Taliban and have been killed.


No Proposal To Review New IT Rules: Govt

Reiterating its stand that the new IT rules do not infringe the right to privacy and the freedom of expression, the government on Wednesday told Parliament that there is no proposal to review them.


Pulse Oximeters Work Less Well On Darker Skin: NHS England

Pulse oximeters used extensively during the coronavirus pandemic to detect falls in oxygen levels in Covid patients, work less well in people with darker skin, warned experts from NHS England and medicines regulator the MHRA.


Next-Gen BMW 5 Series: Launch Likely In June

The Indian arm of the German carmaker, BMW, is expected to launch the new 5 Series in June this year. Into its seventh generation, the new 5 Series was officially unveiled by the Munich-based auto giant in October 2016.