Viswanathan Anand my chess idol, says India spinner Yuzvendra Chahal

Viswanathan Anand my chess idol, says India spinner Yuzvendra Chahal

Yuvendra Chahal, interacting with Viswanathan Anand and Subramaniam Badrinath, spoke about how his chess expertise have helped him flourish in cricket. Yuzvendra Chahal shared a photograph of him taking part in chess along with his father (@yuzi_chahal23 Photograph) HIGHLIGHTS Yuzvendra Chahal was a former India junior champion in chess Chahal interacted with Viswanathan Anand and…

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France, Italy, Belgium act to stop use of hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 over safety fears | CBC News

France, Italy and Belgium acted to halt the use of hydroxychloroquine to treat patients suffering from COVID-19, the illness caused by the novel coronavirus, amid questions about the safety of the generic anti-malaria drug. France on Wednesday cancelled a decree allowing hospital doctors to dispense the medicine, while the Italian Medicine Agency (AIFA) suspended authorization to…

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China Hong Kong News: Why is China pushing Hong Kong security law | World News – Times of India

BEIJING : China is taking matters into its own hands after last year’s tumultuous anti-government protests in Hong Kong that often descended into tear gas-filled clashes. In a surprise move, the central government announced last week that it would develop laws to outlaw secession, subversion, terrorism and foreign interference in Hong Kong. The National People’s…

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Aap ko bodies mil gyi hain? Callous attitude of PIA deepens wounds of Pakistan plane crash victims' kin

Aap ko our bodies mil gyi hain? Callous perspective of PIA deepens wounds of Pakistan airplane crash victims’ kin

It has been not even per week because the ill-fated Pakistan Worldwide Airways (PIA)plane crashed in Karachi, killing 97 of the 99 folks on board. The households of the deceased are nonetheless making an attempt to make sense of their loss however their struggling has been exacerbated by the unprofessional and insensitive conduct of the…

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India Economic Activity: Mega lockdown puts India’s animal spirits to sleep in April | India Business News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: India’s economy was pushed into a state of dormancy in April as the world’s strictest stay-at-home measures to contain the coronavirus took its toll. Although a cross-section of high-frequency indicators compiled by Bloomberg News signaled contraction in economic activity, the needle on a dial measuring so-called animal spirits was stuck at the same…

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South Africa Coronavirus News: Places of worship, religious institutions in South Africa to reopen from June 1 | World News – Times of India

JOHANNESBURG: Places of worship and other religious institutions in South Africa will reopen with strict restrictions from June 1 when the country enters the level 3 of the Covid-19 regulations, President Cyril Ramaphosa has said, acknowledging that their closure has “worsened” the distress of communities during the pandemic. South Africa has been under a nationwide…

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