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Here are the new and upcoming camera features of the Google Pixel 6 Pro

For many consumers, the camera is the most important piece of hardware in a smartphone. It’s no surprise, then, that Google made the camera the marquee feature of the Pixel. While Pixel phones have never featured top-of-the-line camera hardware, Google’s ...

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UAE: Countdown begins as Dubai prepares to host world’s largest space event

The 72nd International Astronautical Congress will be held at the Dubai World Trade Centre from October 25 to 29. In just a month’s time, some of the world’s best minds in the space industry will be sharing their insights at ...

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Boy as pontiff: Karnataka HC reserves verdict in Shiroor Mutt case

BENGALURU: The high court on Thursday reserved its verdict with regard to a PIL challenging the anointing of a 16-year-old boy as mathadhipathi/pontiff of Shiroor Mutt, one of the ashta mutts of Udupi. A division bench headed by acting chief ...

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Jitender Maan Gogi: India gangster shot dead in Delhi court

Two men posing as lawyers shot dead a notorious gangster inside a courtroom in India’s capital, Delhi. They opened fire at Jitender Maan Gogi inside the courtroom in Rohini where a case was being heard against him. Officials say police ...

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Somalia: Seven killed in suicide attack near presidential palace

A suicide car bomb which exploded near the presidential palace in the Somali capital Mogadishu on Saturday has killed at least seven people. District police chief Mucawiye Ahmed Mudey told reporters that at least eight others had been injured. In ...

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Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal  launched  the  Manipal  ArogyaCard  2021

Bhatkal, 23rd September 2021: Dr H S Ballal, Pro Chancellor of Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal  launched  the  Manipal  ArogyaCard  2021 and said “It gives me immense pleasure to launch Manipal ArogyaCard 2021, which has now completed 20 years ...

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EU rules to force USB-C chargers for all phones

Manufacturers will be forced to create a universal charging solution for phones and small electronic devices, under a new rule proposed by the European Commission (EC). The aim is to reduce waste by encouraging consumers to re-use existing chargers when ...

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Three killed in blasts in Bengaluru

According to preliminary investigation, the police said fire crackers were stored in the godown. Three persons died on the spot and four were injured after a blast took place in a shop where crackers were stored at a transport office ...

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PM-CARES Fund not a fund of Government of India, Delhi HC told

The submission was made in response to a petition seeking that PM-CARES Fund be declared as ‘The State’ under Article 12 of the Constitution. PRIME MINISTER’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situation Fund (PM-CARES Fund), a charitable trust under ...

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Air pollution: Even worse than we thought – WHO

Air pollution is even more dangerous than previously thought, the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned, as it slashes maximum safe levels of key pollutants such nitrogen dioxide. An estimated seven million people die prematurely each year from diseases linked ...

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Bhatkally Expat of 44 years recalls Dubai’s journey from creek town to cosmopolitan city.

Dubai was a drastically different city four decades ago — and Amjad Shahbandari has seen it all. These days, first-time visitors to Dubai marvel at the sight of the towering Burj Khalifa. But back in the 1980s, Indian expat Amjad ...

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Sheikh Mohammed announces Dh65-billion housing project for Emiratis

The Dubai Ruler will personally supervise implementation of the project. The Dubai Ruler has approved an integrated Emirati housing policy that he will supervise personally. A Dh65-billion budget has been allocated to the programme for the next 20 years. His ...

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Tesla gets flak from US agency for ‘basic safety issues’ on Autopilot, FSD

US National Transportation Safety Board head isn’t happy about Tesla beta-testing autopilot upgrades on public streets. She pointed out that despite the name, the current FSD package on Tesla vehicles only allow limited autonomy in certain situations. Tesla’s autopilot system ...

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Google finishes laying a giant undersea internet cable stretching 3,900 miles from New York to the UK and Spain

Google finished laying its Grace Hopper subsea internet cable in the UK on Tuesday. The 3,900-mile Grace Hopper cable starts in New York and has landing points in the UK and Spain. The cable is due to ferry up to 350 terabytes of data per second when ...

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