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Massive explosion hits Kabul again

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Massive explosion hits Kabul again Large explosion was heard near Kabul airport in Afghanistan, media reports. Two dead, three injured after rocket hits residential building in Kabul- local source  A rocket was fired at the Kabul airport in Afghanistan where the U.S.-led evacuation flights were continuing but failed to hit the target. The rocket hit a residential area and the casualties were unclear.  Reports from Kabul in Afghanistan suggest a rocket has landed in a residential area near the city's airport White House called indications that IS planned to strike again as the U.S.-led evacuation from Kabul airport moved into its final days

Shruthi Hasan says Gabbar Singh- GS with Pawan Kalyan Garu was life changing

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Shruthi Hasan says Working in Gabbar Singh- GS with Pawan Kalyan Garu was life changing Beautiful actresses Shruthi hasan given clarity of Certain Telugu publications have misinterpreted a quote from a national interview I gave and are writing articles that are untrue.  Actress said Just to clarify I am extremely proud of having been a part of films like race gurram and Gabbar Singh- GS with Pawan Kalyan Garu was life changing.  She said being a part of Telugu and South Indian film industry is a part of my heart, truly.that interview was given in context to the Hindi films I did and perception of north VS south in Indian films which in itself ive never liked  hope that clears things up for the everyone. 

At least 3 dead in building collapse in Houston, Texas

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At least 3 dead in building collapse in Houston, Texas 3 dead  1 injured in Houston, Texas, building collapse. Search and rescue operations underway.  At least 3 dead in building collapse in Houston, Texas the building was under construction and a search for others continues  More details ..... 

WHO announced key priorities for the next 3 months of the COVID19 response

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WHO announced  key priorities for the next 3 months of the COVID19 response World Health Organisation chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said Numbers of cases and deaths can blind us to the reality that every single life lost is someone who loved and was loved by others someone’s mother, father, sister, brother, daughter or son. They are the reason we’re convening today. He mentioned Reminded the Member States that WHO has the unique mandate and capacity to coordinate the global COVID19 response, by harnessing the collective strength of our many partners. And this has only been possible because of them, our Member States. The COVID19 pandemic is a wake-up call for all of us. We must all look in the mirror and ask what can we do better? Many Member States have come forward with suggestions about how to strengthen the global system for emergency preparedness and response. He added Tedros said We thank them all! These are the key priorities for the next 3 months of the COVID19 response: -We

President Donald Trump will leave hospital today after Covid-19 treatment

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P resident Donald Trump will leave hospital today after Covid-19 treatment  American president real Donald Trump announced he will be leaving the great Walter Reed Medical Center today at 6:30 P.M. Feeling really good! Don’t be afraid of Covid.  Don’t let it dominate your life.  We have developed, under the Trump Administration, some really great drugs and knowledge. I feel better than I did 20 years ago! It is reported that the Media is upset because I got into a secure vehicle to say thank you to the many fans and supporters who were standing outside of the hospital for many hours, and even days, to pay their respect to their President. If I didn’t do it, Media would say RUDE!!!he added

Tedros says WHO has worked around the clock to support countries prepare and respond to this coronavirus

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Tedros says  WHO has worked around the clock to support countries  prepare and respond to this coronavirus World Health Organisation general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said Today, almost 35M cases of COVID-19 have now been reported to WHO, and 1M+ people are reported to have lost their lives Numbers can blind us to the reality that every single life lost is someone who loved and was loved by others someone’s mother, father, someone’s sister, someone’s brother, daughter or son.They are the reason we’re here.  Although all countries have been affected by COVID19, we must remember that this is an uneven pandemic. 10 countries account for 70% of all reported cases and deaths, and just 3 countries account for half What we’ve learned in every region of the world is that with -Strong leadership -Clear and comprehensive strategies -Consistent communication -Engaged, empowered and enabled population it’s never too late. Every COVID19 situation can be turned around Since the beginning of the COV

Two CRPF personnel were martyred militants attacked a group of security personnel in Pulwama district

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Two CRPF personnel were martyred militants attacked a group of security personnel in Pulwama district Two Central Reserve Police Force men were killed and three others injured after militants attacked a joint government forces’ party at Kandzal area of Pampore in South Kashmir’s Pulwama district, officials said  Official said that five CRPF men sustained injuries in the militant attack, who were shifted to hospital for treatment.CRPF spokesman for operations, Kashmir, Junaid Khan told the agency that among the injured two CPRF personnel succumbed.  Officials said that traffic was been halted in the area and a massive search operation has been launched by the army’s 50 RR and joints teams of police and army to nab the attackers.

Disha Patani shared stunning picture

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Disha Patani shared stunning picture Disha patani is too hot to ignore on social media these days. her pictures were enough to grab our attention.  actress Disha Patani will be next seen in Salman Khan's 'Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai'. She has also been roped in for 'KTina' and 'Ek Villain 2'

India's COVID19 tally crosses 66-lakh mark with a spike of 74,442 new cases in last 24 hours

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I ndia's COVID19 tally crosses 66-lakh mark with a spike of 74,442 new cases  in last 24 hours India's COVID19 tally crosses 66-lakh mark with a spike of 74,442 new cases and 903 deaths reported in last 24 hours. Union Health Ministry say's Total case tally stands at 66,23,816 including 9,34,427 active cases 55,86,704  cases and 1,02,685 deaths Union Health Ministry  Statement given by Union Health Ministry today morning Active cases in India are 9,34,427, which contribute only 14.11% to the country's positive caseload. This is following a progressively downward trend. 10 state's account for 77% of active cases. 74,442 new COVID19 cases reported in the last 24 hours India crosses a landmark milestone as active cases continue to be less than 10 lakhs for 14 days unabated. The Centre-led strategies of “Test, Track, Trace, Treat Technology” have been followed by the states and union territory s government as part of the whole of government approach statement by the Min

President Trump could be discharged as early as Monday

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President Trump  could be discharged as early as Monday President Trump greets supporters during a surprise visit outside Walter Reed from his motorcade. He is wearing a mask.  2 days after being hospitalized with COVID-19, President Donald Trump declared,I get it in a message to the nation Sunday before briefly leaving the hospital to salute supporters from his motorcade a move that again showed his willingness to disregard basic precautions to contain the virus that has killed more than 209,000 Americans.  Trump’s medical team reported that his blood oxygen level dropped suddenly twice in recent days and that they gave him a steroid typically only recommended for the very sick. The doctors also said his health is improving and that he could be discharged as early as Monday

Trump's condition had been worse than revealed

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Trump's condition had been worse than revealed US President Donald Trump's medical team says the president experienced two episodes of blood-oxygen drops during his illness.  They said Trump has remained without fever since Friday morning and vital signs are stable Doctors caring for Donald Trump says the US president's condition has continued to improved after being hospitalized for COVID19.  Physicians add that he has been without a fever since Friday morning and could be discharged as soon as tomorrow.  declining yesterday to disclose whether Trump was given supplemental oxygen following his diagnosis, doctors have now revealed that the US president was in fact given oxygen on Friday morning. Doctors say that Trump is currently not complaining of shortness of breath" and is walking around. The leader's cardiac, liver and pulmonary functions are not cause for concern.   White House Physician Sean Conley said on Saturday that President Donald Trump was hospital

Egypt 🇪🇬 unveils today 59 ancient coffins in major archaeological discovery

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Egypt 🇪🇬 unveils today 59 ancient coffins in major archaeological discovery  Egypt unveiled 59 wooden coffins belonging to priests and clerks from the 26th dynasty nearly 2,500 years old on Saturday The coffins were discovered at the UNESCO world heritage site south of Cairo in August, and two perfectly preserved mummies have been found inside of them Archaeologists in Egypt said Saturday they had found 59 well-preserved and sealed wooden coffins over recent weeks that were buried more than 2,500 years ago. Opening one of the ornately decorated sarcophagi before assembled media, the team revealed mummified remains wrapped in burial cloth that bore hieroglyphic inscriptions in bright colours. "We are very happy about this discovery," said Mostafa Waziri, secretary general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities. Since the find of the first 13 coffins was announced almost three weeks ago, more have been discovered in shafts at depths of up to 12 meters (40 feet). An unknow

India's COVID19 death toll surpasses 100,000

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India's COVID19 death toll surpasses 100,000  India's COVID19 related deaths cross 1 lakh mark with 1,069 deaths reported in the last 24 hours.With 79,476 new cases, the tally reaches 64,73,545 including 9,44,996 active cases, 54,27,707 cured/discharged/migrated cases and 1,00,842 deaths said by Union Health Ministry  samples tested for COVID19 up to October 2. Of these, 11,32,675 samples were tested yesterday said by Indian Council of Medical Research  Ten new COVID19 cases reported in Andaman and Nicobar, taking the total number of cases to 3,858 death toll stands at 53. Total 3,631 patients have recovered so far and there are 174 active cases Haryana reported 1,476 COVID19 cases, 1,678 recoveries and 23 deaths today, taking total cases to 1,31,388 with 1,16,716 recoveries, 1,425 deaths and 13,247 active cases: State Health