Delta variant cases in UK: Delta variant infections jump 33,630 in a week, making up nearly all Covid-19 cases in UK | World News – Times of India

Delta variant cases in UK: Delta variant infections jump 33,630 in a week, making up nearly all Covid-19 cases in UK | World News - Times of India

LONDON: The number of Delta variant infections has jumped by 33,630 in a week to hit a total of 75,953 in the UK, with the highly transmissible variant first identified in India now making up 99 per cent of all Covid-19 cases in the country, health officials warned on Friday. Public Health England (PHE), which … Read more

Israel strikes Gaza after Hamas fires incendiary balloons

Image Source : AP An Israeli border police officer faces off with a Palestinian woman at a protest at the Damascus Gate to the Old City of Jerusalem Thursday, June 17 Israel launched airstrikes on the Gaza Strip late Thursday for a second time since a shaky cease-fire ended last month’s 11-day war. The strikes … Read more

Diana Statue Event May “Break Ice” For Princes William, Harry: Royal Biographer

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The once-close brothers have become distant since Harry’s marriage to Meghan (File) London: The unveiling of a new statue of Diana, princess of Wales, next month could help thaw frosty ties between her sons Prince William and Prince Harry, a royal biographer said Friday. The princes are due to attend the July 1 ceremony in … Read more

AstraZeneca, EU both claim victory in tussle over deliveries – Times of India

AstraZeneca, EU both claim victory in tussle over deliveries - Times of India

BRUSSELS: AstraZeneca and the European Union both claimed victory Friday in a court tussle over allegations that the coronavirus vaccine-maker was not producing shots for the 27-nation bloc fast enough. AstraZeneca was seen as a key pillar of the EU’s vaccine rollout. Its contract with the Commission foresaw an initial 300 million doses being distributed, … Read more

EXPLAINER: What’s behind the heat wave in the American West?

Image Source : AP A cyclist bikes past the setting sun at Papago Park during a heatwave where temperatures hit 115-degrees Tuesday, June 15 Much of the American West has been blasted with sweltering heat this week as a high pressure dome combines with the worst drought in modern history to launch temperatures into the … Read more

Kylie Jenner confesses insecurity about ‘small lips’ while dating led to lip kit empire: ‘I felt unkissable’

Kylie Jenner confesses insecurity about 'small lips' while dating led to lip kit empire: 'I felt unkissable'

Kylie Jenner says it was one small critique of her lips during her early dating life that spawned the start of her lip kit empire. The Kylie Cosmetics founder discussed the “insecurity” she had about her lips when she was young on part one of the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” reunion that aired on … Read more

AstraZeneca Claims Victory In Dispute With Europe Bloc Over Slow Delivery

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The European Union had initially bet on AstraZeneca to deliver the largest volume of jabs (File) London: AstraZeneca said on Friday the European Union had lost a legal case against the pharmaceutical firm over the supply of COVID-19 vaccines, with a court in Brussels rejecting an EU request for more deliveries by the end of … Read more

Nepal House dissolution case: President Bhandari says Supreme Court cannot overturn her decision – Times of India

Nepal House dissolution case: President Bhandari says Supreme Court cannot overturn her decision - Times of India

KATHMANDU: Asserting that the House of Representatives was dissolved as per the constitutional provisions, Nepal’s president Bidya Devi Bhandari has told the Supreme Court that it cannot overturn her decision on the matter or subject it to a judicial review. President Bhandari, at the recommendation of prime minister K P Sharma Oli, dissolved the lower … Read more

Indian-origin Justice becomes first person of colour to be nominated to Supreme Court of Canada

Image Source : TWITTER Indian-origin Justice becomes first person of colour to be nominated to Supreme Court of Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has nominated Indian-origin Justice Mahmud Jamal to the Supreme Court of Canada, becoming the first person of colour to be named to the apex court of the country. Trudeau announced Jamal’s … Read more

UK Opens Up COVID-19 Vaccines To All Adults In “Final Push” For Protection

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Currently, UK is administering Oxford/AstraZeneca, Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna to protect against Covid. London: The UK’s health officials on Friday opened up the country’s COVID-19 vaccination programme to all adults, in what has been dubbed as the “final push” to offer protection against the deadly virus. The National Health Service (NHS) said everyone aged 18 and over … Read more

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