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Betaal

Betaal review: There are a few flourishes we note, and a few scenes which are adequately scary. But Betaal keeps sliding as it goes about assembling its pieces.

Sonu Sood

Sonu Sood has also been feeding thousands of underprivileged people along with providing meal kits to migrants in the Bhiwandi area during the holy month of Ramadan.

Rahul Dholakia

Rahul Dholakia believes it would be a necessity to sanitise the complete set every day and the procedure could spike the budget of a film by 30 to 40 per cent.

Technology

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Today, we will discuss some useful features on WhatsApp for iPhone app but most users don't know about them.

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Amazon has launched Crucible, a free to play title which has the shades of popular games like Fortnite and Overwatch.

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The Sennheiser HD450BT wireless headphones come packed with plenty of high-end features, like noise cancellation.

Delhi News

Court grants activists bail saying they were only protesting, police arrest them again
Court grants activists bail saying they were only protesting, police arrest them again

The respite, though, was short lived as a Special Investigation Team of the Crime Branch arrested them under charges of murder, attempt to murder, rioting and criminal conspiracy, and sought their police custody for 14 days. The court eventually remanded them in two-day police custody.

Delhi adds 117 private clinics to Covid list
Delhi adds 117 private clinics to Covid list

Delhi reported 508 fresh cases on Sunday, taking the total to 13,418. Of the 1,886 patients currently in hospital, 1,379 are undergoing treatment in six government facilities. Ten private facilities have also been roped in.

Delhi: Teen reunited with family after 2 months
Delhi: Teen reunited with family after 2 months

On April 8, Vishal was seen lying on a marble bench with some dogs sleeping around him inside a neighbourhood park in Dwarka’s Sector 7. Yogita Kumari (25), who noticed him, shared his story on social media.

Ahead of Eid, Sikh NGO sanitises Jama Masjid
Ahead of Eid, Sikh NGO sanitises Jama Masjid

“Since the outbreak of the disease, we have been sanitising places of worship… We also wanted to ensure the sanitisation of religious places before government allows opening up of these places.”

Delhi HC refuses to scrap govt’s death audit panel
Delhi HC refuses to scrap govt’s death audit panel

A PIL was filed on May 21 alleging that the Delhi government was downplaying the spread of the disease and not presenting the true data on the number of people who had died due to Covid.

Ashok Vihar police colony emerges as hotspot with 16 cases, sealed
Ashok Vihar police colony emerges as hotspot with 16 cases, sealed

According to the containment order passed by the Northwest Delhi DM Sandeep Mishra, there are around 300 flats in the colony housing 1,500 people. Residents will not be allowed to step out for any reason and essential items will be delivered to their houses.

Gurgaon cases cross 200, could slip into red zone
Gurgaon cases cross 200, could slip into red zone

With cases crossing the 200-mark, Gurgaon and Faridabad are once again posing a threat of being included in the red-zone.

Tihar reports first case as jail staffer tests positive
Tihar reports first case as jail staffer tests positive

Jail authorities soon began tracing the staffer’s contacts. Another staffer, said to have been in close contact with the infected man, has been tested and sent to home quarantine.

46-yr-old nursing officer dies of Covid at Safdarjung
46-yr-old nursing officer dies of Covid at Safdarjung

According to the United Nurses’ Association, she is the first nursing officer to have died of Covid-19- related complications in the capital.

Gurgaon: Man shoots self, bullet hits pregnant wife — woman stable, husband critical
Gurgaon: Man shoots self, bullet hits pregnant wife — woman stable, husband critical

“An FIR had been lodged against the husband on the basis of the complaint by his wife, who is still undergoing treatment but is stable. However, there is no question of any arrest as of now since the man’s condition is still very critical,” said DCP (Manesar) Deepak Saharan.

Gurgaon lockdown 4.0: Industries, offices, say border restrictions impediment in adopting relaxations
Gurgaon lockdown 4.0: Industries, offices, say border restrictions impediment in adopting relaxations

Offices in Gurgaon, permitted to resume work with 50 per cent staff, have also been impacted by this sealing, with many saying they cannot utilise the relaxations allowed by the administration due to border sealing.

Rise in footfall at hospital OPDs in Gurgaon
Rise in footfall at hospital OPDs in Gurgaon

In order to prevent any spread of Coronavirus, hospitals have also taken various measures as they resume operations with the restrictions being eased. Paras Hospital, for example, is currently operating with “relatively lesser staff”.

NE Delhi riots: Lack of evidence, 20 get bail
NE Delhi riots: Lack of evidence, 20 get bail

Most of the accused, while seeking bail, submitted that their names were not in the FIR and that they had been falsely implicated.

15 Delhi schools get showcause for not helping EWS students go online
15 Delhi schools get showcause for not helping EWS students go online

Amid the pandemic, all schools have moved their classrooms to the virtual space. However, as reported by The Indian Express, EWS students in private schools have come up against challenges such as no laptops and smartphones as well as no internet connection at home.

‘Zero tolerance’: Delhi govt official suspended over ad clubbing Sikkim with Nepal, Bhutan
‘Zero tolerance’: Delhi govt official suspended over ad clubbing Sikkim with Nepal, Bhutan

The advertisement, while laying down the eligibility criteria for volunteers, read: Citizen of India or a subject of Sikkim or of Bhutan or of Nepal and a resident of Delhi.

Delhi Police arrest two women from Pinjra Tod over February protest
Delhi Police arrest two women from Pinjra Tod over February protest

The Jafrabad sit-in had prompted a pro-CAA rally by BJP’s Kapil Mishra on February 23. A day later, riots broke out in Northeast Delhi.

As cases spike, Kejriwal offers reassurance: ‘Don’t be afraid, many being cured of virus’
As cases spike, Kejriwal offers reassurance: ‘Don’t be afraid, many being cured of virus’

Responding to a tweet with a video of a woman, where she said she had recovered from Covid and thanked her doctors, Kejriwal said: “There is no need to be scared of corona. Many people are recovering and returning home daily.”

Screening, transport options at Delhi airport: What passengers can expect on arrival
Screening, transport options at Delhi airport: What passengers can expect on arrival

A Delhi government medical team will be present at every arrival gate. Passengers will be thermally scanned and only those who display symptoms will be taken for quarantine or testing, as the case may be.

In time of social distancing, Delhi airport prepares to open doors
In time of social distancing, Delhi airport prepares to open doors

Domestic flights will operate out of T3 and passengers will be advised to arrive two hours before departure. At the entry road, hoardings and placards with flight details will be displayed, and there will be several entry gates to prevent crowding.

NGT directs CPCB to submit report on improvement of water quality in Ganga, Yamuna
NGT directs CPCB to submit report on improvement of water quality in Ganga, Yamuna

Asking for a detailed report on the issue, the green panel directed that once industrial and other activities resume, it should be ensured that all the environment laws are complied with.

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