Monthly Archives: February 2020

Harry & Jon Bon Jovi recreate Beatles cover

LONDON: Britain’s Prince Harry and singer Jon Bon Jovi recreated one of the Beatles’ bestknown album covers on Friday, walking across the zebra crossing outside Abbey Road recording studios in north London. Harry was at the studio to meet the singer and members of a military veterans’ choir in one of his last engagements as a member of the royal ...

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AP varsities asked to make all services available online

AMARAVATI: As part of its efforts to rev up the higher education system, the Andhra Pradesh government has asked all universities in the state to soon go online and make all services available at the touch of a button. All universities have also been asked to complete end-to-end computerisation of all systems and services to improve accessibility and efficiency. E-office ...

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Horoscope Today, 19 February 2020: Check astrological prediction for Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer and other signs

Knowing what may happen in future helps you to be ready for any event. Check your daily horoscope prediction for today. Check horoscope of – Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, Pisces: Aries Today, you are likely to meet someone and with the help of that person you may expect positive growth in your business ...

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Land Rover Defender: Land Rover Defender bookings commence in India, priced at Rs 69.99 lakh

NEW DELHI: Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) on Wednesday commenced the bookings of the new Land Rover Defender in India, which is priced at Rs 69.99 lakh (ex-showroom). The model, with 300 PS petrol powertrain, comes in two distinct body styles — 3-door version (90) and 5-door trim (110) as a completely built unit. “The new Defender embraces its rich lineage ...

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Trend-spotting: Floral eyeliner is taking over Insta

It just takes one streak of an eyeliner to transform a face. It’s no wonder that fans of this make-up accessory continue to explore it, triggering off trends like the winged eyeliner, glitter-liner and the cat-eye. The latest addition has fashionistas going with blooms on the eyes. That’s right. The floral eyeliner is grabbing the limelight on Instagram. It has ...

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Android Marshmallow share increases, still stays behind Lollipop

NEW DELHI: Google has released its monthly Android distribution statistics for September 2016. According to the company, Android Marshmallow 6.0 is slowly expanding to more number of handsets and sits at an 18.7% now. Android Nougat 7.0 is yet to make it to the chart. Although a significant increase, Android Marshmallow still lies below Android Lollipop, and Kitkat on the ...

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Adam Levine apologises for ‘unprofessional’ concert in Chile | English Movie News

‘Maroon 5’ frontman Adam Levine has tendered an apology for the band’s lacklustre performance in Chile. Levine and ‘Maroon 5’ were heavily criticized for their gig during the country’s Vina del Mar Festival on Thursday. Chilean fans of the band took to Twitter to express their frustration with the pop group. A video has also went viral that shows Levine ...

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India v NZ: 5th ODI: We would like to do what no other NZ side has done, says Southee | New Zealand in India 2016 News

VISAKHAPATNAM: Having turned the tables after a shoddy show in the Test series, New Zealand speedster Tim Southee is confident that the Black Caps will be scripting history by winning their first ever bilateral ODI series in India. “I think the guys are pretty excited to do what no other NZ side has ever done before — come over here ...

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‘New drugs to prevent tuberculosis in the offing’

LONDON: Researchers have identified a novel regulatory mechanism, which when deactivated, results in the death of tuberculosis pathogen, an advance that could pave the way for new drugs to prevent the life-threatening disease. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), tuberculosis claimed over 1.3 million lives in 2016, said researchers from the University of Leicester in the UK. The causative ...

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