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Ajay Devgn to make digital debut with crime series 'Rudra'

20 Apr 2021

Ajay Devgn to make digital debut with crime series 'Rudra'

Ajay Devgn is the latest star to join the OTT craze.

BBC correspondent leaves China amid safety concerns

31 Mar 2021

BBC correspondent leaves China amid safety concerns

A veteran BBC correspondent whose coverage angered China has left the country amid concerns for his safety, BBC and a journalist organization said.

'Killing Eve' to end with Season 4; Spin-offs being explored

18 Mar 2021

'Killing Eve' to end with Season 4; Spin-offs being explored

British spy-thriller TV series Killing Eve will be concluding next year with its upcoming fourth season being the last.

Maybe one day: Benedict Cumberbatch hints at 'Sherlock' Season 5

16 Mar 2021

Maybe one day: Benedict Cumberbatch hints at 'Sherlock' Season 5

British actor Benedict Cumberbatch has just revealed the possibility of the fifth season of BBC TV series Sherlock.

UK police won't probe journalist over 1995 Diana interview

05 Mar 2021

UK police won't probe journalist over 1995 Diana interview

British police said on Thursday that they will not launch a criminal investigation into journalist Martin Bashir over his 1995 interview with Princess Diana.

BBC puts disclaimers for certain 'offensive' 'Blackadder', 'Fresh Prince' episodes

14 Feb 2021

BBC puts disclaimers for certain 'offensive' 'Blackadder', 'Fresh Prince' episodes

Generations-old entertainment pieces cannot be held accountable for their content that might be hurtful now, because they are representative of the age when they were made.

China bans BBC; 'unacceptable curtailing of media freedom,' says UK

12 Feb 2021

China bans BBC; 'unacceptable curtailing of media freedom,' says UK

In a controversial move, China's broadcasting regulator on Thursday banned BBC World News.

Rapes, torture, sterilization: First-hand accounts from China's Uighur camps emerge

03 Feb 2021

Rapes, torture, sterilization: First-hand accounts from China's Uighur camps emerge

In China's "re-education" camps for Uighurs—mostly Muslim Turkic minority group—women detainees are made to face systematic rapes, torture, forced sterilizations, among other horrors, first-hand accounts obtained by the BBC reveal.

Grindr fined $11.7 million for selling user data without consent

26 Jan 2021

Grindr fined $11.7 million for selling user data without consent

Grindr is being fined $11.7 million by the Norwegian authorities for a privacy violation. The Norwegian Data Protection Authority pulled up the location-based dating app targeted predominantly at homosexual individuals for sharing user information to advertisers without their consent.

BBC apologizes for incomplete India map after complaint

20 Jan 2021

BBC apologizes for incomplete India map after complaint

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) on Tuesday apologized for any offense caused and rectified what it termed the mistaken use of an inaccurate graphical representation of the Indian map, which had the boundaries of Jammu and Kashmir entirely missing.

'Peaky Blinders' to end with Season-6, however 'story will continue'

20 Jan 2021

'Peaky Blinders' to end with Season-6, however 'story will continue'

Noted British period crime drama, Peaky Blinders, is nearing its end with the sixth season.

'Death in Bollywood': BBC releases documentary on Jiah Khan's suicide

12 Jan 2021

'Death in Bollywood': BBC releases documentary on Jiah Khan's suicide

BBC has released a three-episode documentary series titled Death in Bollywood, revolving around the mysterious death of actor Jiah Khan in 2013.

FA Cup, Arsenal overcome Newcastle in extra-time: Records broken

10 Jan 2021

FA Cup, Arsenal overcome Newcastle in extra-time: Records broken

FA Cup holders Arsenal were made to work hard for their victory over Newcastle United in the third round.

Formula 1 ace Lewis Hamilton turns 36: His career achievements

07 Jan 2021

Formula 1 ace Lewis Hamilton turns 36: His career achievements

Formula 1 stalwart Lewis Hamilton is celebrating his 36th birthday on Thursday.

Jodie Whittaker, the latest 'Doctor Who,' is quitting the series

04 Jan 2021

Jodie Whittaker, the latest 'Doctor Who,' is quitting the series

Jodie Whittaker, the current Doctor Who in this decades-long sci-fi series, is reportedly bidding goodbye to her lead role.

South Korea's population declines for the first time ever

04 Jan 2021

South Korea's population declines for the first time ever

South Korea's population has dipped for the first time in its history as the Asian country recorded more deaths than births in 2020.

Serie A 2020-21: A look at Cristiano Ronaldo in numbers

02 Jan 2021

Serie A 2020-21: A look at Cristiano Ronaldo in numbers

The Serie A 2020-21 season is set to resume on Sunday after a week's holiday period owing to Christmas and New Year.

F1 champion Lewis Hamilton knighted in New Year's Honors list

31 Dec 2020

F1 champion Lewis Hamilton knighted in New Year's Honors list

Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton, on Wednesday, was awarded a knighthood in the UK New Year's honors list.

Russo Brothers working on new 'A Christmas Carol' movie

29 Dec 2020

Russo Brothers working on new 'A Christmas Carol' movie

After Cherry and The Gray Man, the Russo Brothers are working on a modern version of Charles Dickens' novella, A Christmas Carol.

Comic Relief brings together Hollywood bigshots for 'Cinderella' pantomime

28 Dec 2020

Comic Relief brings together Hollywood bigshots for 'Cinderella' pantomime

It is the holiday season, after all!

Insult track on PM Boris Johnson tops Amazon Music chart

28 Dec 2020

Insult track on PM Boris Johnson tops Amazon Music chart

Sensational music takes little to get recognized, but a track full of hatred towards British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has gained the top spot on Amazon Music Chart.

Here's the significance of the Boxing Day Test

25 Dec 2020

Here's the significance of the Boxing Day Test

'Boxing Day' is the day when sporting action takes place all over the globe.

Mauricio Pochettino likely to replace Thomas Tuchel at PSG

25 Dec 2020

Mauricio Pochettino likely to replace Thomas Tuchel at PSG

Former Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is expected to take over the job at Paris Saint-Germain after the French club reportedly sacked Thomas Tuchel on Thursday.

Anyone can cast Cleopatra their way, opines Gal Gadot

25 Dec 2020

Anyone can cast Cleopatra their way, opines Gal Gadot

In October, it was announced that Gal Gadot will be essaying the role of Cleopatra, with the script being penned by Laeta Kalogridis.

Lewis Hamilton voted BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2020

21 Dec 2020

Lewis Hamilton voted BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2020

Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton has been voted BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2020.

Now, UK and US are eyeing a mini trade deal

17 Dec 2020

Now, UK and US are eyeing a mini trade deal

In its final days, the current United States administration, led by outgoing President Donald Trump, is trying to ink a mini trade deal with the United Kingdom that would reduce trade tariffs, reports BBC.

COVID-19 vaccine: 90-year-old woman receives first Pfizer shot in UK

08 Dec 2020

COVID-19 vaccine: 90-year-old woman receives first Pfizer shot in UK

A 90-year-old woman in the United Kingdom has become the world's first person to receive the COVID-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech outside of clinical trials.

'Doctor Who': New Year special episode trailer is edgy, riveting

01 Dec 2020

'Doctor Who': New Year special episode trailer is edgy, riveting

From comics, TV programs to spin-off films, Doctor Who is a legacy, which is set to evolve with a New Year's Day special episode, Revolution of the Daleks.

Broad nominated for BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2020

01 Dec 2020

Broad nominated for BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2020

England pace spearhead Stuart Broad has been nominated for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award.

Oxford's vaccine, India's best shot against coronavirus, is 70% effective

23 Nov 2020

Oxford's vaccine, India's best shot against coronavirus, is 70% effective

The coronavirus vaccine being developed by Oxford University and British pharma giant AstraZeneca is 70% effective, results from large-scale trials have shown, multiple reports said on Monday.

Italy, Belgium reach Nations League Finals: Records broken

19 Nov 2020

Italy, Belgium reach Nations League Finals: Records broken

The likes of Italy and Belgium have reached the four-team finals of the UEFA Nations League.

WI players unable to train after breaching quarantine regulations

11 Nov 2020

WI players unable to train after breaching quarantine regulations

West Indies cricket team players have been banned from training and confined to their hotel rooms in New Zealand.

Oxford COVID-19 vaccine generates immune response among young and old

26 Oct 2020

Oxford COVID-19 vaccine generates immune response among young and old

The COVID-19 vaccine being developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca generates similar immune responses among younger and older adults, the pharmaceutical company has said.

Cured from coronavirus and living amid pollution? Get flu shot

26 Oct 2020

Cured from coronavirus and living amid pollution? Get flu shot

The winter months and the blanket of air pollution are likely to worsen the coronavirus situation, even for those who have defeated the contagious disease. Hence, the recovered patients, staying in highly-polluted areas, must get a flu shot, said experts.

Former New Zealand captain John Reid passes away aged 92

14 Oct 2020

Former New Zealand captain John Reid passes away aged 92

One of New Zealand's finest cricketers John Reid has passed away aged 92 on Wednesday.

Premier League: Five most expensive signings this summer

03 Oct 2020

Premier League: Five most expensive signings this summer

The summer transfer window is set to shut down on October 5.

Ryan Reynolds, Rob McElhenney may buy out Welsh football club

26 Sep 2020

Ryan Reynolds, Rob McElhenney may buy out Welsh football club

Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia fame have planned to venture into football.

FinCEN files: All you need to know about the leak

21 Sep 2020

FinCEN files: All you need to know about the leak

Several Indian banks helped facilitate transactions red-flagged by the United States Treasury Department's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) for suspected money laundering, terrorism, drug dealing, and financial fraud, a major leak of top-secret documents has revealed.

Transfer news: Chelsea sign Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen

05 Sep 2020

Transfer news: Chelsea sign Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen

Premier League side Chelsea have signed attacking mid-fielder Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen on a five-year contract.

Korea: 'Tenet' fares well, but coronavirus forces theaters to close

26 Aug 2020

Korea: 'Tenet' fares well, but coronavirus forces theaters to close

Christopher Nolan's highly-anticipated film Tenet has had a glorious first two days in South Korea.