Are kids at risk of long Covid? Here's what new research has found
The novel coronavirus does not differentiate between people. Both adults and children are susceptible to the virus. Besides bearing the ills of the COVID symptoms, people have also reported long term complications that disrupt daily functions.
Khatron Ke Khiladi 11: Is Arjun Bijlani the winner?
Khatron Ke Khiladi 11 grand finale was shot on Tuesday (September 21). The show which is currently on air will end this weekend when the name of the winner will be officially announced to the viewers. Amid all this, Arjun's wife shared a peek of the trophy last night on her Instagram account, hinting that Arjun might have just won it.
Allow women to take NDA entrance exam this year, SC tells Centre
The Supreme Court has asked the Centre to allow female aspirants to appear in the NDA entrance examination in November this year, instead of postponing their induction by another year as pleaded by the government. The apex court has said it cannot vacate its interim order to allow women aspirants to take the NDA entrance examination this year.
Here's how Shilpa dealt with Raj Kundra’s arrest
Shilpa Shetty may have not come out in the open to speak up about businessman-husband Raj Kundra's arrest and consequent imprisonment in pornography case but she has been speaking her mind through cryptic posts on social media. Even as Raj was released from the jail on bail and a surety of Rs 50,000 today, the actress continued to put her thoughts out for her fans to interpret. Here's all that she has had to say in the span of two months for which Raj was imprisoned...
Quest to win 2023 World Cup driving Rohit Sharma 2.0
Rohit Sharma knows that despite being the highest scorer at the 2019 50-over World Cup with 648 runs and five centuries, what Team India will be remembered for is losing to New Zealand in the semifinals. A World Cup win, a Test match hundred, earning an opposition's respect - the few things that count.
Firefighters make progress on one of California's largest blazes but face challenges
California firefighters have made significant headway in taming one of the largest blazes in the history of the wildfire-prone state, but heat and wind are likely to persist, challenging those on the front lines of multiple fires.