Pics: Not A Train Station, This Is Delhi Airport Under Omicron Rules

Visuals from the international terminal showed long queues of masked-up passengers New Delhi: Waiting up to 8 hours in a crowded space and shelling out Rs 3,500 in case you need a rapid COVID-19 test – that’s the cost many

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“Genocide, War Crimes, Execution”: Nagaland BJP On Botched Operation

People at Hornbill festival held a candlelight vigil to mourn the death of civilians. Guwahati: BJP’s Nagaland state president today said that the firing incident in the Mon district was “tantamount to war crimes during peacetime and amounts to summary execution

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School district releases details of key events leading up to Michigan shooting

His parents, James and Jennifer Crumbley, were also each charged with four counts of involuntary manslaughter in connection with their son’s alleged actions. “It’s critically important to the victims, our staff and our entire community that a full and transparent

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Bob Dole, giant of the Senate and 1996 Republican presidential nominee, dies

“Senator Robert Joseph Dole died early this morning in his sleep. At his death, at age 98, he had served the United States of America faithfully for 79 years,” according to a statement from his family. Dole, who was seriously

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Hyderabad Woman’s Suicide Allegedly After Fight With Husband Over Blouse

Police said they have registered a case and are investigating further. (Representational) Hyderabad: A woman has died by suicide in Hyderabad reportedly because she was upset that her husband, a tailor, did not stitch a blouse to her liking. Thirty-five-year

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How Elon Musk sold 10 million Tesla shares and increased his Tesla holdings

An analysis of his filings shows Musk is not backing away from his holdings in Tesla, despite his promise to follow a poll he sent to his Twitter followers, who called on him to sell 10% of his stake. So

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India vs New Zealand, 2nd Test: Ravichandran Ashwin Turns It On As India Aim For Four Day Finish | Cricket News

India’s middle-order worries going into South Africa series remained but that didn’t deter Ravichandran Ashwin from turning the heat on as his three quick blows left New Zealand tottering at 140 for five in pursuit of an impossible 540 on

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