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UK to allow Huawei limited access to 5G networks: Telegraph

LONDON April 25: Britain will allow China’s Huawei Technologies limited access to the next generation of mobile network, known as 5G, the Daily Telegraph reported on Tuesday, without citing sources. Continue reading “UK to allow Huawei limited access to 5G networks: Telegraph”

Keralite Razeena died in blast as she was checking out from hotel, says relatives

Mangaluru April 23: Razeena Khader, the Keralite woman who died in a bomb blast at Colombo, was about to check out from a hotel there after a week’s stay with her husband when the explosion occurred, a relative here said Monday. Continue reading “Keralite Razeena died in blast as she was checking out from hotel, says relatives”

“Avoid Travelling To Pakistan”: UK’s Advisory To Citizens

NEW DELHI April 20: The United Kingdom’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) on Thursday in an advisory to its citizens planning a trip to Pakistan has urged them to avoid visiting a number of places, including areas located close to the Line of Control. Continue reading ““Avoid Travelling To Pakistan”: UK’s Advisory To Citizens”

Notre Dame will be closed for up to 6 years

PARIS April 19: Notre Dame’s rector says he will close the burned-out Paris cathedral for up to six years. Bishop Patrick Chauvet acknowledged that the famed monument would close down for “five to six years” as he spoke with local business owners Wednesday, two days after a blaze torched the roof of the cathedral and brought down its spire. Continue reading “Notre Dame will be closed for up to 6 years”

Strong political beliefs may hamper ability to think logically

Washington April 18: People’s ability to think logically suffers when they are faced with arguments that go against their political belief systems, a study has found. Continue reading “Strong political beliefs may hamper ability to think logically”

Bells to toll across England in ‘Solidarity’ for Notre-Dame on Thursday

LONDON April 17: Church bells will toll across England on Thursday in “solidarity” with France and its people as they mourn the Notre-Dame blaze, Prime Minister Theresa May said.
The bells of Westminster Abbey, the church opposite parliament where kings and queens have been crowned since 1066, will be rung on Tuesday at 1643 GMT – the time that Monday’s fire broke out, May said.
“Notre-Dame is one of the most beautiful buildings in the world – a symbol of France and the French people, and cherished across the globe,” Ms May said in a statement.
“The images of destruction we saw last night were truly heart-rending.”
Bells will then be rung across the country on Maundy on Thursday, three days before Easter.
As world leaders expressed their shock and sorrow at the fire, Ms May tweeted on Monday saying her “thoughts are with the people of France” and emergency workers “fighting the terrible blaze”.
Her statement on Tuesday paid tribute to the “swift and heroic action of the first responders, France has huge professionalism in dealing with emergencies of this kind”.
“When it comes to the task of rebuilding, French craftsmen and women are among the finest in the world,” said the British leader.
“We stand ready to offer any UK experience and expertise that could be helpful in the work that lies ahead to restore this magnificent cathedral.”

100 Indian Fishermen Released From Pak As “Goodwill Gesture”

AMRITSAR April 9: A total of 100 fishermen crossed over to India through the Attari-Wagah border on Monday after the Pakistan government released them from jail as a goodwill gesture. Continue reading “100 Indian Fishermen Released From Pak As “Goodwill Gesture””

Pakistan says India will carry out another attack this month

KARACHI April 8: Pakistan has “reliable intelligence” that India will attack again this month, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said on Sunday, as tension over a February standoff between the two countries had appeared to ease. Continue reading “Pakistan says India will carry out another attack this month”

Pakistan To Release 360 Indian Prisoners This Month As “Goodwill Gesture”

ISLAMABAD April 6: Pakistan on Friday announced that it will release 360 Indian prisoners, mostly fishermen, this month in four phases, as a “goodwill gesture” amidst tensions between the two countries after the Pulwama terror attack. Continue reading “Pakistan To Release 360 Indian Prisoners This Month As “Goodwill Gesture””

China Fumes As US Says Will Use “All Resources” For Masood Azhar Ban

BEIJING April 4: China on Wednesday hit out at the US for threatening to use “all available resources” to designate Pakistan-based JeM chief Masood Azhar as a ”global terrorist”, saying Washington’s move is complicating the issue and not conducive to peace and stability in South Asia. Continue reading “China Fumes As US Says Will Use “All Resources” For Masood Azhar Ban”