Virat Kohli: Periodic breaks necessary, else you won’t have players left; Virat Kohli on bubble life | Cricket News – Times of India

Virat Kohli: Periodic breaks necessary, else you won't have players left; Virat Kohli on bubble life | Cricket News - Times of India

NOTTINGHAM: If the international cricketers do not take “periodic breaks” from the tough bio-bubble life, there could soon be a time when no cricketers of quality will be left due to the stressful life in a post-COVID world. The Indian captain admitted that living in one bio-bubble after another in these post pandemic times does … Read more

‘Belong to Both Andhra, Telangana’: CJI Ramana Says Won’t Hear Krishna River Dispute

'Belong to Both Andhra, Telangana': CJI Ramana Says Won't Hear Krishna River Dispute

CJI NV Ramana (File photo) Andhra Pradesh last month moved the Supreme Court over the Krishna River dispute, alleging the Telangana government had deprived it of its legitimate share. News18.com Last Updated:August 02, 2021, 14:39 IST FOLLOW US ON: Chief Justice NV Ramana on Monday chose to opt out of the dispute between Andhra Pradesh … Read more

Old Android Phone Users Won’t Be Able to Sign in to Google Apps Soon

Google to End Support for Gmail, YouTube, Drive Account Sign-in on Old Android Phones Soon

Google will no longer support sign-ins on Android phones running on version 2.3.7 or lower. This change will come into effect starting September 27, an email sent by Google to users reveals. The email recommends users to update to at least Android 3.0 Honeycomb to continue using Google apps even after September. This will impact … Read more

Won’t Take Elitist View, Poverty Forces to Beg, Says SC on Plea to Ban Begging at Public Places Amid Covid-19

Won't Take Elitist View, Poverty Forces to Beg, Says SC on Plea to Ban Begging at Public Places Amid Covid-19

The Supreme Court sought the responses of the Centre and the Delhi government on Tuesday as it turned down a petition to restrain begging at traffic lights, markets and public places in light of the precautionary measures for the Covid-19 pandemic. The apex court, which made it clear that it would not take an “elitist … Read more

No Urgency on Pleas Against WhatsApp Privacy Policy as it Won’t Transfer Data to FB, Says HC

HC Asks Delhi Police to Protect Woman Who Wilfully Converted to Islam

New Delhi: There is no urgency now in hearing pleas challenging WhatsApp’s new privacy policy as the instant messaging platform has already made a statement that it would not transfer data to Facebook till the personal data protection bill is finalised, the Delhi High Court said on Thursday. The US-based firm also informed the high … Read more

England vs India: Avesh Khan Remains Under Observation, Won’t Take Part Further In Warm-Up Game

Avesh Khan bowled 9.5 overs for County XI on Day 1.© Twitter The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Wednesday informed that pacer Avesh Khan remains under observation after sustaining a blow to his left thumb on Day 1 of the ongoing three-day warm-up game between Indians and County Select XI. “UPDATE … Read more

ECB Won’t Have Strict Bio-Bubbles For India vs England 2021 Test Series

England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) chief executive Tom Harrison has said that they are trying to create safer environment for their stakeholders rather than continuing with strict bio-secure bubbles arguing that the scenario has changed in the past one year. He added that it’s not possible to ask players to remain in restricted environments which have become a feature of cricket … Read more

Members Vaccinated With Even 1 Dose Won’t Require RT-PCR to Enter Parliament in Monsoon Session

Parliament's Monsoon Session Likely from July 19 to Aug 13; Oppn May Corner Govt on Covid, Farm Laws

With just a week remaining for the monsoon session of the Parliament, a notification has been sent to all members stating that if they have received either their first or second dose of the vaccine, they would not be required to undergo a mandatory RT-PCR test to enter the premises. It was earlier being deliberated … Read more

Canada judge won’t allow Huawei exec to submit new evidence – Times of India

Canada judge won't allow Huawei exec to submit new evidence - Times of India

COLUMBIA: A Canadian judge has denied the request from a senior executive for Chinese communications giant Huawei Technologies to submit new evidence into her extradition hearing. “The application is denied,” said Associate Chief Justice Heather Holmes said Friday. Holmes said her reasons for the refusal will be issued in 10 days. Canada arrested Meng Wanzhou, … Read more

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