Interviews – UKMALAYALEE

Mental Issues Due To Coronavirus Could Be Silent Killer: Red Cross

NEW YORK March 28: The Red Cross called Friday for increased psychological support to health workers and others fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, warning of rising suicides as a result of pressure and isolation.
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Number of novel coronavirus cases globally at 246,440 with 10,316 deaths

Paris March 21: The number of novel coronavirus cases globally stood at 246,440 with 10,316 deaths, across 161 countries and territories at 1100 GMT Friday, according to a tally compiled by AFP from official sources.
Since Thursday, there were 490 new deaths reported and 13,763 new cases globally.
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“Touched,” Says Shashi Tharoor After PM Modi’s “Thoughtful” Birthday Wish

New Delhi March 10: Senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor, who turned 64 on Monday, thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a birthday greeting in Malayalam.
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Consuming alcohol restructures brain causing changes in functioning, finds study

Washington D.C. , Jan 20: As people are already aware of the harmful effects of alcohol addiction, and the habit leading to many health problems, a new study has linked excessive alcohol consumption to the brain and its functions. Continue reading “Consuming alcohol restructures brain causing changes in functioning, finds study”

Facing Glenn McGrath Or Being BCCI President – What’s Tougher? Sourav Ganguly Answers

MUMBAI Jan 14: BCCI president Sourav Ganguly on Monday said it was “tougher being a player” than donning the hat of an administrator as there is no margin for error while batting. The former India captain was speaking during the Sportsstar Aces Awards night in Mumbai. Continue reading “Facing Glenn McGrath Or Being BCCI President – What’s Tougher? Sourav Ganguly Answers”

Mohammed Shami “Reminds Me Of Malcolm Marshall,” Says Sunil Gavaskar

MUMBAI Dec 23: Batting great Sunil Gavaskar on Sunday said Mohammed Shami often reminds him of the legendary pacer Malcolm Marshall, thoughts of whom still “wakes him up from deep sleep”. Continue reading “Mohammed Shami “Reminds Me Of Malcolm Marshall,” Says Sunil Gavaskar”

India Is No Longer A Weak Nation: Rajnath Singh

Jharia (Jharkhand) Dec 9: Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday said India never provoked any nation, but, if incited, it would not spare anyone. Addressing a poll meeting, he asserted that the measures taken by the Narendra Modi-led government to curb terrorism have cemented India’s reputation as one of the strongest nations in the world.

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Sundar Pichai named CEO at Google parent Alphabet after founders step down

WASHINGTON Dec 5: Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin have announced that they are stepping down from the leadership role of the parent company Alphabet.

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21 Pakistani Migrants Granted Indian Citizenship

JAIPUR Nov 28: The Rajasthan government on Wednesday granted Indian citizenship to 21 Pakistani migrants who have been living here for about 19 years, officials said.

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“Moral Teachings Of Ancient Indian Culture Need Of The Hour”: Dalai Lama

NEW DELHI: India’s ancient traditions of non-violence, kindness, love and compassion are needed in today’s world where people are fighting on the basis of religion and countries over territorial disputes, Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama said in New Delhi today.
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