Censor wants changes in “Pathaan”; The stalled Pakistani blockbuster

TWO big-ticket films slated for release in the country, ‘Pathaan’ starring Shah Rukh Khan and Pakistani blockbuster ‘The Legend of Maula Jatt’, have faced harsh weather conditions. Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) Chairman Prasoon Joshi said in a statement on Thursday that the creators of “Pathaan” were asked to implement “changes advised…including songs and … Read more

Censor wants changes in “Pathaan”; The stalled Pakistani blockbuster

TWO big-ticket films slated for release in the country, ‘Pathaan’ starring Shah Rukh Khan and Pakistani blockbuster ‘The Legend of Maula Jatt’, have faced harsh weather conditions. Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) Chairman Prasoon Joshi said in a statement on Thursday that the creators of “Pathaan” were asked to implement “changes advised…including songs and … Read more

Banking fraud involving cards, internet and cash increases in six months

Banking fraud involving cards and the Internet increased in the six months ended September 2022 amid rapid progress in digitalization, According to data from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), 2,331 fraud cases involving Rs 87 crore were reported by banking entities during the six-month period compared to 1,532 fraud cases involving Rs 60 crore. … Read more

After the Gambia, an Indian syrup linked to the death of 18 children in Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan’s health ministry said Wednesday that at least 18 children have died in Samarkand after allegedly consuming an Indian-made syrup, Doc-1 Max, prepared by Noida-based Marion Biotech. In a statement, the Uzbek ministry said laboratory tests of the preparation revealed the presence of the contaminant ethylene glycol. He said the drug was being consumed without … Read more

Top viral sensations of 2022: From The Quick Style to Ali Sethi to mimicry, here’s what ignited the internet

The year 2022 seen the rise of many people and groups on the internet and turn into viral sensations. From Norwegian dance team The Quick Style, a peanut seller from West Bengal, and singer-songwriter Ali Sethi, who brought people together on both sides of the border with his song Pasoori, we bring you the top … Read more

Can Your Low-Carb Diet Raise Your LDL Cholesterol? How to lose weight while keeping LDL at bay?

Switching to low carb diets, especially ones like keto, may have become popular due to visible weight loss results. But they have long-term side effects, one of them being an increase in LDL (bad cholesterol) levels. Although there have been a plethora of studies on the effectiveness of low carb diets like keto on heart … Read more

Why Antarctic emperor penguins could be extinct by 2100

Greater conservation efforts are needed to protect Antarctic ecosystems, and populations of up to 97% of Antarctic land species could decline by 2100 if we don’t change course, according to our news. research. The study, published today, also found that just $23 million a year would be enough to implement ten key strategies to reduce … Read more

Avatar 2: James Cameron’s genius lies in deploying technology for storytelling

In 1992, a Malayalam film was released which saw the legendary Mohanlal perform for the first time under the direction of commercial directors of yesteryear, Siddique-Lal. The movie was about a young man sent by an (obviously evil) real estate company to live in a slum, gain the residents’ trust and convince them to move … Read more

Can vitamin D help older people reduce the risk of dementia?

If older people start taking vitamin D long before they experience memory loss, they may have a lower risk of developing dementia, a new study has found. Published in Alzheimer’s and Dementia – the journal of the Alzheimer’s Association – the study found that higher concentrations of vitamin D in all four brain areas of … Read more

Why are there so many injuries in Team India and what can be done about it? 2011 World Cup winning team fitness trainer explains

We’re talking about processes, protocols and the system in place, but there’s definitely a void there. Otherwise, we wouldn’t be seeing as many injuries as we have seen in the last four or five years. This is something to worry about, especially considering the large number of support staff and all the facilities provided to … Read more