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She was never around me much 15 yrs ago: Britney on Jamie's interview

Reacting to Jamie Lynn Spears' interview, Singer Britney Spears took to social media and said that her sister is using her to sell her upcoming book 'Things I Should Have Said'.

Denmark's Queen Margrethe II marks 50 years on throne

Denmark's Queen Margrethe II on Friday marked her 50 years on the throne of one of Europe's oldest ruling monarchies.

Taiwan air force stages drill to intercept Chinese planes amid tensions

Taiwan air force conducted a drill on Wednesday simulating a war scenario amid tensions with China.

If we end vaccine inequity, we end COVID-19 pandemic: WHO chief

WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that narrow nationalism and vaccine hoarding by some countries have undermined equity and created the ideal conditions for the emergence of the Omicron variant.

Which places welcome New Year first and last in the world

Christmas Island (Kiritimati) welcomed the New Year first as January 1, 2022 started there at 3.30 pm IST on December 31.

US and Russia to hold security talks on January 10 in Switzerland

The US and Russia will hold talks on nuclear arms control and tensions over a Russian troop build-up near Ukraine on Jan10.

US FDA approves eye drops that can improve close-range vision

The US FDA has approved an eye drop that can improve close-range vision. Developed by the pharmaceutical company Allergan, doctors have touted Vuity as an alternative to reading glasses.

11,500 Flights Cancelled Worldwide Since Friday Amid Record Covid Surge

While infections hit new highs across many parts of the West, the US allowed for more people to return to work sooner amid concerns of mass labor shortages, and cut the isolation period for asymptomatic Covid cases from 10 to five days.

It isn't a chess piece to be used by others: China on Taiwan amid tensions with US

Taiwan is a "wanderer" that will eventually come home and not a chess piece to be played with, the Chinese government's top diplomat said on Monday, drawing a strong riposte from the island's government.

US' Campaign Against Huawei As Security Risk Proves Correct

As US has waged a global campaign to block Huawei from supplying state-of-the-art 5G wireless networks, the company and its supporters have dismissed the claims of security risk as lacking evidence.

China military operations near Taiwan resemble 'rehearsals': Pentagon chief

In recent months, the Chinese military has mounted an increasingly aggressive series of sea and air military operations near Taiwan, which it claims as its own.

Omicron cases reported in 30 countries including India, list released

Omicron variant has been reported in 30 countries, including India.

Haven't decided yet: Putin on running for Russian presidency in 2024

Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that he hasn't decided yet whether he will run for presidency again in 2024.

US Vice President Kamala Harris Buys Pots In Paris

US Vice President Kamala Harris shopped at E. Dehillerin, a legendary culinary emporium near Les Halles that has a history dating back to 1820. “I just want to buy a pot,” she told reporters during the Nov. 13 visit. Harris’s purchases had totaled 516 euros, or about $580, and included a copper dish and a copper frying pan.

Ericsson to buy cloud firm Vonage for $6.2 billion South Africa Withdraws Support For Miss Universe Contender Over Palestine Russian S-400 air defence systems begin arriving in India, US threat of CAATSA sanctions looms New Zealand break record for scoring highest first-innings total in a T20 World Cup final Earthquake of magnitude 6.2 strikes Taiwan: EMSC Unvaccinated players unlikely to get visa to play Australian Open: Official WHO advisory group to meet on Oct 26 to decide on Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin How COVID-19 could bring adverse complications for pregnant women US Senator Warren Seeks Amazon breakup. India retailers seek government probe Amazon India allegedly rigged search results and copied sellers’ products US set to rejoin UN Human Rights Council after walk-out If there is women's IPL, we'll definitely improve as a team, says Harmanpreet Kaur China orders coal mines to increase production amid its 'worst electricity crisis' in decades Taliban, US delegations hold first talks since Afghanistan withdrawal Kim Davy extradition figured in India-Denmark talks WHO to decide on Bharat Biotech's Covaxin clearance in October World Heart Day International Emmy Awards 2021: Aarya, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Vir Das bag noms; Sushmita Sen reacts US will not add India or Japan to security alliance with Australia and UK BATSMAN OUT, BATTER IN. Its Official. SAARC foreign ministers' meeting called off as Pakistan insisted on Taliban participation Meeting with VP Kamala Harris, Apple chief Tim Cook also on cards during PM Modi's US visit Tibtan writer dies after eight years for failing health following release from prison: Report Russia sets up polling centres for its citizens in India for Duma elections U.S. judge sets back Prince Andrew's bid to avoid accuser's lawsuit Australia agrees to increased U.S. air deployments after sub deal Matter of immense pride for us': Virat Kohli says India is a team 'everyone wants to beat' I'm going to be the best in the world' - How Ronaldo became an international goalscoring record-breaker As Afghanistan adjusts to Taliban rule, music goes silent Pak Doesn't Have Money to Control Taliban, Says Ex-Afghan Prez Ashraf Ghani's Brother, Shares Advice for India