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Late founder of Wagner private mercenary group Yevgeny Prigozhin

Ex-Prigozhin's aide to oversee Ukraine volunteer fighters, announces Kremlin

Russian President Vladimir Putin has appointed Andrei Troshev, a former aide of late Wagner chief Yevgeny Prigozhin, to oversee volunteer fighter units in Ukraine. This move comes as an effort to integrate fighters from the Wagner Group into Russia's regular military following Prigozhin's aborted mutiny in June. Troshev, a retired colonel, is a decorated veteran and one of the leaders of the Wagner Group in Syria.

New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson during practice

Kane Williamson ruled out of World Cup 2023 opener against England, New Zealand issue latest fitness update

Williamson has been on the sidelines due to a ruptured ACL, which he sustained during the IPL in early April.

Kriti Sanon sizzles in edgy black leather biker dress worth <span class='webrupee'>₹</span>5.84 lakh. All pics

Kriti Sanon sizzles in edgy black leather biker dress adorned with asymmetrical zips. It costs 5.84 lakh

Kriti Sanon is one of the most stylish divas of B-town, be it a casual dress or a chic pantsuit, the actress can pull off any look to perfection. Kriti is quite active on social media and her Insta-diaries featuring stylish looks are a treasure trove of fashion inspiration for all her followers. With her back-to-back head-turning looks, Kriti is proving her fashion prowess. Her latest appearance in a breathtaking black leather dress is sure to leave you in awe of her incredible fashion sense. With her undeniable charm, flawless beauty and amazing style, Kriti is sure to steal hearts. Read on for more details.

Unveiled in 1963, the Porsche 911 has become a cultural icon, with stars and movies celebrating the famous sports car.

60 years on, the Porsche 911 remains a cultural icon

Since its creation in 1963, the Porsche 911 has wooed car enthusiasts worldwide, proving its worth on the racetrack and serving as an iconic status symbol over the past decades. Frank Jung, head of Corporate Archives and History Services at Porsche AG, describes the Stuttgart-manufactured car as "the heartbeat and core of Porsche to date."

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal. (HT Photo)

Arvind Kejriwal announces Delhi winter action plan to curb pollution

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced the winter action plan to curb pollution in the national capital. He stated that pollution levels have declined due to government initiatives, such as the introduction of electric buses and the EV Policy. The plan includes spraying the Pusa biodecomposer, a microbial solution that turns paddy straw into manure, on 5,000 hectares of farmland. The government will also deploy water sprinklers to prevent dust pollution, check vehicles' pollution certificates, and monitor open burning of garbage. Kejriwal urged people to report pollution-causing activities through the Green Delhi mobile application.

Pollen is a common cause of allergies. Scientists believe inverse vaccines could be used to treat them.

Can we treat autoimmune disease with 'inverse' vaccines?

Scientists hope a new type of vaccine could help treat autoimmune diseases, such as multiple sclerosis (MS), Type 1 diabetes, allergic asthma, or Crohn's disease. In autoimmune diseases, the body's immune system — our defense against illness — can't tell the difference between good cells and bad cells, and ends up attacking them all. So you get sick either way.

 The injured people were being taken to nearby hospitals, and some of them were in critical condition. (Getty Images/iStockphoto)

At least 6 killed, dozens injured after blast in southwest Pakistan

A bomb blast at a rally celebrating the birthday of Prophet Muhammad in southwest Pakistan has killed at least six people and injured dozens. The bombing took place in Mastung, Baluchistan province. Muslims in Pakistan and around the world typically hold public gatherings to mark the occasion.

Former Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy. (ANI)

Karnataka bandh: Former CM HD Kumaraswamy demands release of arrested activists

Former Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy has demanded that the state government release activists who were detained during a recent bandh (strike) protesting the release of Cauvery river water to Tamil Nadu. The bandh was called by the 'Kannada Okkoota', an umbrella organisation of Kannada and farmers' groups, in opposition to the release of water. Kumaraswamy stated that the unity shown by the Kannada community should be a wake-up call to neighbouring states.

Tourist bus collides with vehicle in Bihar's Kaimur

One pilgrim dead, several others injured after bus collides with vehicle in Bihar's Kaimur

A pilgrim died and several others were injured after a tourist bus collided with a vehicle in Bihar's Kaimur district. The incident occurred early in the morning when the pilgrims on board the bus were on their way to Varanasi. The injured were taken to a local health center for treatment, while the body of the deceased has been sent for post-mortem investigation. The cause of the collision is still under investigation.

World Heart Day 2023: Superfoods to keep your heart healthy

World Heart Day 2023: Superfoods to keep your heart healthy

A heart-healthy diet is the cornerstone of cardiovascular well-being and while there isn't a singular "superfood" for heart health, a well-rounded diet rich in nutrient-dense options can significantly enhance heart health. Many superfoods are brimming with the richness of nutrients that keep the heart healthy and the best part about these foods is that they can be easily incorporated into one’s diet.

Nutmeg can be used to flavour both sweet and savoury dishes

Ancient Wisdom Part 9: Nutmeg or jaiphal can treat cold and cough, nausea; the right way to consume the spice

Nutmeg, a warming spice, with a strong flavour and aroma has been used since Middle Ages for both culinary and medicinal use. Known as Jaiphal in India, the spice is prominently mentioned in its ancient scriptures Vedas and evidence of carbonized nutmeg has been found in an archaeological site dating back to 400-200 BCE. Nutmeg can be used to flavour both sweet and savoury dishes such as puddings, pulao, baked goods, potatoes, meats, sausages, sauces, and vegetables.

Zaka Ashraf fuels controversy with an unexpected remark following Pakistan players' arrival in India for 2023 World Cup

PCB chairman Zaka Ashraf fuels controversy with 'dushman mulk' remark despite Babar and co.'s stellar welcome in India

Babar Azam's Pakistan side received a brilliant welcome at the Hyderabad airport but PCB chairman Zaka Ashraf sparked controversy with an unexpected remark.

The exchange said the growth in the number of participants can be attributed to the momentum observed in capital markets

NSE records one crore new investor registrations in last eight months

The National Stock Exchange (NSE) in India has announced that it has reached 8 crore investor registrations on its platform, with 1 crore new registrations in the past eight months. These new registrations are not limited to top-tier cities, as 45% of new registrations came from cities beyond the top 100. The NSE attributed the growth to the momentum observed in capital markets, with the Nifty 50 delivering annualised returns of 22.66% in the last three years.

Peru suspends tourist visits to parts of Machu Picchu due to ‘irreversible damage’

Peru suspends tourist visits to parts of Machu Picchu due to ‘irreversible damage’

Peru announced Thursday it is suspending tourist visits to parts of Machu Picchu because of the erosion of certain stone structures that make up the Inca citadel.

Health workers at a Nipah virus isolation ward, at a medical college in Kozhikode (PTI)

Four Nipah infected patients in Kerala recovered and tested ‘double negative’, says Kerala Health Minister

Four people, including a nine-year-old boy, who were being treated for Nipah virus in Kozhikode, Kerala, have recovered, according to state Health Minister Veena George. The patients had tested negative for the virus twice. Six people were initially infected with the virus in the district, and two of them died. No new cases of Nipah virus have been reported in the district since September 16. The district authorities have urged people to remain vigilant and follow safety protocols.

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