UK and EU still apart on Brexit but PM doesn't want to walk yet: Minister

Britain and the European Union are still apart in Brexit trade talks but Prime Minister Boris Johnson does not want to walk away yet, Business Secretary Alok Sharma said on Monday. Britain and the EU agreed on Sunday to “go the extra mile” in coming days to try to reach an elusive trade agreement despite … Read more

US First Lady Melania Trump fuels rumors of White House exit after taking this decision

It seems that US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania have decided to settle down in Florida after they exit the White House in a few weeks. A source tells Page Six that Melania recently visited Pine Crest school, located in Fort Lauderdale, which is close to Mar-a-Lago. The tuition fee at this school … Read more

COVID-19: Biggest vaccination drive begins in US as trucks carrying Pfizer vaccine hit roads

The biggest vaccination drive in the history of US started on Sunday (December 13) as trucks carrying Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine pulled out of a Michigan warehouse. It is learnt that 636 hospitals and clinics across the states will be delivered the Pfizer vaccines under Operation Warp Speed. Sources said that trucks carrying about 184,275 vials … Read more

COVID-19: UK regulator makes big claim after 4 Pfizer vaccine volunteers develop Bell's palsy in US

UK drug regulator Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has allayed fears of Bell’s palsy being associated with coronavirus vaccine developed by Pfizer-BioNTech after four participants of a US trials suffered from the facial paralysis.  The vaccine has been developed by US-based pharmaceutical company Pfizer and German biotechnology company BioNTech. According to reports, four … Read more

Pfizer prepares U.S. COVID-19 vaccine rollout

New Delhi: The first trucks carrying Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccines pulled out of a Michigan manufacturing facility Sunday (December 13). Shipments of the Pfizer vaccine will set in motion the biggest vaccination effort in the history of the United States of America. The shipments from the factory to its final destination will be delivered under the … Read more

Geminid meteor shower 2020: When, where, how to watch spectacular sky display in India

Good news for skygazers as a spectacular Geminid meteor shower will appear in skies tonight. The one-of-a-kind astronomical phenomenon will be at its peak on December 13 night till wee hours of December 14 because of tonight is a moonless night. The best thing about Geminid meteor shower is that anyone can watch it and … Read more

COVID-19: Pfizer vaccine would be free to all Americans, says President Trump after US FDA approval

A day after the US Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) granted an emergency use authorization to Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, President Donald Trump on Saturday (December 12) said that the US will start rolling out the vaccine “in less than 24 hours.” “The first vaccine will be administered in less than 24 hours,” Trump said in … Read more

Shocking! Woman dies after iPhone fell into bathtub while it was charging

In a shocking incident, a 24-year-old Russian woman was electrocuted to death after her iPhone which was on charging mode fell in the tub while she was bathing. According to reports, 24-year-old Olesya Semenova was found dead at her home in the Russian city of Arkhangelsk by her friend Daria. It is learnt that Daria … Read more

Israel inks deal establishing formal diplomatic ties with Bhutan

New Delhi: In a major development for South Asia, Bhutan and Israel formally established diplomatic relations with the exchange of diplomatic documents between Israeli envoy to India Ron Malka and Bhutanese envoy General Vetsop Namgyel in Delhi on Saturday. Following the ceremony, the Foreign Ministers of the two countries, Bhutanese FM Lyonpo Dr. Tandi Dorji … Read more

British MP Taiwo Owatemi apologizes for extending support to banned Khalistani group

London: A British Labour MP Taiwo Owatemi has apologized after extending support to banned Khalistani group, Sikh for Justice (SFJ) and pointed out how a staff member ‘posted the tweet’ from her account for the group. “A small number of individuals emailed me to post a suggested tweet supporting Sikhs for Justice. Unbeknown to me … Read more

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