COVID-19: Serie A confirm 5 substitutions for rest of season
Rome, June 6 - Serie A has announced that each team will have five substitutions per game for the rest of the season which begins on June 20 afte
Black lives matter, will overcome racial justice: Facebook CEO
San Francisco, June 6 - Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Saturday tried to address growing unrest among the employees over the poor handling of co
All emergency cops quit in US city after viral video incident
New York, June 6 - After a video of police shoving a 75-year-old white protester who approached them in a city in New York state went viral, two
Lima to host all Peruvian football matches after COVID-19 shutdown
Lima, June 6 - All matches in Peruvian football's first division will be played in Lima when the sport resumes from its coronavirus shutdown, off
Pyongyang vows to abolish inter-Korean liaison office
Seoul, June 6 - North Korea has vowed to abolish an inter-Korean liaison office as a responsive measure against anti-Pyongyang leaflets sent from
Bolsonaro threatens to withdraw Brazil from WHO
Brasilia, June 6 - Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has threatened to withdraw his country from the World Health Organization (WHO), accusing t
Global COVID-19 cases top 6.7 mn: Johns Hopkins
Washington, June 6 - The total number of global coronavirus has increased to over 6.7 million, while the death toll has topped 394,000, according
Wall Street rallies after jobs data
New York, June 6 - Wall Street's major averages ended sharply higher, buoyed by better-than-anticipated US employment data.
The Dow Jone
UN chief asks entire world to change course on environment
United Nations, June 6 - UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has asked the entire world to change course on the environment.
"We are h
Trudeau joins anti-racism demonstration in Ottawa
Ottawa, June 6 - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his ministers have taken a knee in solidarity with the demonstrators who were marchin
UK COVID-19 deaths top 40,000 as another 357 patients die
London, June 6 - Another 357 COVID-19 patients have died in Britain as of Thursday afternoon, bringing the total coronavirus-related death toll i
France's coronavirus death toll up by 46 to 29,111
Paris, June 6 - France saw its overall toll of the coronavirus epidemic rise to 29,111 on Friday, after it recorded 46 deaths in the last 24 hour
Reddit founder quits board, wants a Black member to replace him
San Francisco, June 6 - Tennis superstar Serena Williams' husband and co-founder of Reddit, Alexis Ohanian, has quit from his position from the c
WHO recommends wider use of face masks to curb COVID-19
Geneva, June 6 - The World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday updated its guidance on the use of masks for control of COVID-19, advising all peo
'ISI' stalking horse Cynthia Ritchie shouts rape, targets PPP top guns including Rehman Malik (IANS Exclusive)
Islamabad, June 5 - After femme fatale and adventurist, the very enigmatic Cynthia Dawn Ritchie's gigantic expose earlier on Friday evening, acti
Facebook purges 2 vast fake networks in Iraq, Tunisia
San Francisco, June 5 - Facebook on Thursday said it has removed two vast fake networks that originated in Iraq and Tunisia who were involved in
China slams Facebook for labeling state media outlets
Beijing, June 5 - China on Friday slammed Facebook for its decision to apply labels to Xinhua News, saying social media firms should not selectiv
Dream is to win the Champions League with Juve: Khedira
Turin, June 5 - Germany and Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira said that his dream is to win the Champions League with the Italian champions.
Now Cynthia Ritchie shouts rape, targets PPP top guns including Rehman Malik
Islamabad, June 5 - The life and times of femme fatale and American adventurist Cynthia Dawn Ritchie have assumed a spanking new form and shape.
Bahrain's Naser provisionally suspended for whereabouts violation
Monaco, June 5 - Bahrain's 400m world champion Salwa Eid Naser has been provisionally suspended for not making herself available for doping tests
China appoints popular spokesman to UN to repair image
New Delhi/Beijing, June 5 - The Xi Jinping government in China has appointed one of its most popular diplomats Geng Shuang in a key role at the U
'March set as possible deadline for making decision on Tokyo Olympics'
Tokyo, June 5 - March next year has been set as a possible deadline for making a decision on Tokyo Olympics, according to Japan's Olympic ministe
Billie Eilish feels she has become 'clickbait'
Los Angeles, June 5 - "Bad Guy" fame singer Billie Eilish is not socially active as she feels she has become "clickbait".
In an interview with
Cate Blanchett cut her head in a 'chainsaw accident'
London, June 5 - Actress Cate Blanchett says that she accidentally cut her head at home during the lockdown.
"I had a bit of a chainsaw accide
Gwyneth Paltrow drinks 'superpowder' for youthful looks
Los Angeles, June 5 - Actress Gwyneth Paltrow, 47, drinks a "superpowder" twice a day to look as youthful as she did in the nineties.
All of a sudden there was this rush to push me out, says Mortaza
Dhaka, June 5 - Former Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza has said there was a rush to push him out of the team and into retirement after enduri
Why women are less likely to die of liver cirrhosis than men
New York, June 5 - Women are less likely to die of liver cirrhosis than men, say researchers, adding that this chronic liver disease affects both
Study reveals how vision loss influences perception of sound
London, June 5 - Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have revealed that people with severe vision loss can less accurately judge the dis
British Sikh MP seeks probe into Thatcher govt 'role' in Op Blue Star
London, June 5 - Just ahead of the 36th anniversary of Operation Blue Star, British Labour Party MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi has sought an independ
Data storage firm Seagate lays off 500 employees
San Francisco, June 5 - US data storage company Seagate Technology has laid off 500 employees or one per cent of its global workforce in 12 count