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India may see trans people as pilots soon as DGCA issues new norms

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has finally laid down rules of medical evaluation for people belonging to the transgender community. It can be considered the first step in the right direction for making the aviation industry more inclusive.

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Timothee Chalamet’s cannibal love story, Bones and All, reveals first look ahead of Venice premier

Italian director Luca Guadagnino’s Bones and All revealed its first look as lead star Timothee Chalamet dropped a teaser on Twitter. Here’s the first glimpse of what the film has in store.

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6 serious reasons for which your manager can fire you

Though getting fired from your workplace sucks, you are kind of asking for it if you show up drunk at your office, fail a drug test or disappear during work hours.

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Bobby Kataria publicity ke liye kuch bhi karega. Even smoking on a flight

Haryana-based Instagram influencer Bobby Kataria loves to make Facebook lives, flex his biceps, walk with swag like a celebrity to background music and be in the spotlight. The social media fame, followers and likes are his fuel.

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With crude oil prices falling, 3 paint stocks you should keep an eye on

When global crude oil prices breached record highs in March and June , sectors like paint, tire, and aviation were the worst affected. But now that the crude oil prices are coming down, keep an eye on Asian Paints, Berger Paints, and Kansai Nerolac.

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Umran Malik ignored for Asia Cup: What went wrong for the Jammu pacer?

Umran Malik, the exciting pacer from Jammu, who impressed everyone in IPL 2022 has disappeared from the international arena soon after his debut. The 22 year-old played only three T20Is before he was dropped from the team.

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5 chilling stories of Indian serial killers, from KD Kempamma to the Butcher of Delhi

When someone says 'serial killer', most would think of names like Jeffery Dahmer or Ted Bundy. But serial killers are not limited to the US despite their pop culture fame. India is home to some of the most barbaric killers ever found.

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The political history of Raksha Bandhan, from Alexander and Humayun to Tagore

On the surface, Raksha Bandhan seems like a quintessential North Indian Hindu festival. And while this claim is true to a large extent, the festival's history shows how it has also been used to promote communal harmony on a pan-Indian level.

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India okays Corbevax as booster for Covishield, Covaxin recipients: What you need to know

India has approved Covid vaccine Corbevax as a booster dose for those above 18 years and fully vaccinated with either Covishield or Covaxin. This is for the first time that a precaution dose that is different from the one used for primary vaccination has been allowed in the country.

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Xi Jinping withdraws promise to not send troops to Taiwan. Is China preparing to invade the island nation?

A week after US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's Taiwan visit, tensions between China and the island nation continue. China on Wednesday withdrew the promise of not sending troops or administrators to Taiwan if it takes control of the island.

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Justice UU Lalit: 10 points on next Chief Justice of India

India is set to get a new Chief Justice. President Droupadi Murmu notified the appointment of Justice UU Lalit as the next CJI effective August 27. Lalit will succeed outgoing CJI NV Ramana.

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Aamir Khan's Laal Singh Chaddha brings back the ableist problems of Forrest Gump

From the very first trailer of Laal Singh Chaddha, it is evident that the Aamir Khan-starrer is an almost frame-to-frame remake of Forrest Gump. While the latter is regarded as a classic, it hasn't quite aged well, especially with regard to the representation of disabilities.

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5 features of Instagram reels you might not be aware of

Instagram reels are the present and most probably the future of content on the platform. The app now offers a lot of features that can help you take your reels to another level.

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Snapchat is giving you new features, but there are major problems

Snapchat has just launched a set of new features for its users in India. In this new update, you will be able to subscribe to Snapchat at Rs 49 per month. This subscription will make you a plus user of Snapchat and you will be offered various benefits.

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Mohammad Shami not included in Asia Cup squad. Is his T20I career over?

India's leading fast bowler Mohammad Shami wasn't named in the 15-member squad for Asia Cup. The BCCI selectors picked right-arm medium pacer Avesh Khan in his place on August 8.

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Golden Globes 2.0: The HFPA strikes back

The previously cancelled Golden Globes are reportedly making a resurgence on NBC. Once an important precursor award ceremony at the annual awards race, the Golden Globes have earned a reputation of being mocked at and ridiculed for the indifference with which they carry themselves, and in light of recent controversies, perhaps rightly so. 

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What are multibagger stocks? How to identify them?

An equity stock that gives a return of 100% or more in a relatively short period of time is called a multibagger stock. These are not a specific category of readymade stocks but are stocks that are undervalued, which can grow exponentially and are only spotted in the hindsight.

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iOS 16 beta 5: What new features is Apple introducing in iPhone software update?

Apple released the iOS 16 beta 5 version for developers a few days ago and reviewers are going gaga on social media over one feature. Apple is bringing back the battery percentage indicator and the internet can't keep calm.

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4 times people looked for the weirdest stuff on Tinder and Bumble

Dating apps might have come as a rescue for all the single people out there. But, you can find a lot more than just a date on these platforms.

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Issey Miyake, the man who took Japan to Paris and gave Silicon Valley the black turtleneck

There are only a few designers whose names have become synonymous with fashion innovation and Issey Miyake was one of them. The Japanese artist-designer, who died on August 5, was known for his sharp pleating, iconic geometric Bao Bao bag, and signature fragrances. And of course, that iconic Silicon Valley turtleneck.

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From Bandit Queen to Sher Singh Rana biopic: How Bollywood has wronged Phoolan Devi

Today marks the 59th birth anniversary of activist and Lok Sabha MP Phoolan Devi, arguably one of the most polarising figures in Indian history. While she is a Bahujan icon for many, her popular image has been tarnished by her violent past and a notorious biopic.

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Focus on wrestling, creative storylines: How Triple H is changing the WWE

Paul Levesque, better known by his ring name Triple H, has been making a lot of creative change in the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). After the exit of former chairman Vince McMahon on July 22, Triple H has been calling the shots in the company.

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Italy made the first pizza, then kicked American Domino's out

Domino's seems to have run out of its pizza business in Italy, the birthplace of pizza. This is because of increased local competition from traditional Neopolitan pizza places , increasing mom-and-pop stores, and high debts

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Pete Davidson is reportedly seeking trauma therapy after Kanye West’s online harassment over Kim

More interesting than the drama on The Kardashians is the drama churned out by Kanye West’s reactions to his ex-wife Kim Kardashian’s relationship with comedian Pete Davidson. While Kim K and Davidson have parted ways, the SNL star is rumoured to be seeking trauma therapy due to West’s incessant online harassment.

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