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To highlight Indian migrant labour crisis during COVID-19, two artists walk 360 km in Europe
Arts & Culture

To highlight Indian migrant labour crisis during COVID-19, two artists walk 360 km in Europe

One of the principal objectives of the project was to create an awareness in Europe and beyond on the current struggles faced by migrant labourers displaced after COVID-19 lockdowns in India, who have been walking inhuman distances to get to their villages

Killing Eve Season 4's Europe shoot suspended indefinitely in wake of coronavirus outbreak
Entertainment

Killing Eve Season 4's Europe shoot suspended indefinitely in wake of coronavirus outbreak

Sid Gentle Films, the banner behind Killing Eve, was originally aiming to start production on the acclaimed and award-winning drama in August.

Neanderthal genes passed down makes some people more prone to COVID-19 infection, a new study proposes
science

Neanderthal genes passed down makes some people more prone to COVID-19 infection, a new study proposes

The Neanderthal gene was found highest in Bangladeshi ancestry, with 63 percent of its population carrying at least one copy of the risk variant.

Case of bubonic plague detected in Mongolia: All you need to know about the Black Death
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Case of bubonic plague detected in Mongolia: All you need to know about the Black Death

WHO has said that it doesn't consider the outbreak high-risk, but that they are monitoring the situation carefully.

'Feral humanoids': Europe's Roma community already faced discrimination; COVID-19 pandemic made it worse
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'Feral humanoids': Europe's Roma community already faced discrimination; COVID-19 pandemic made it worse

A catchall term for several minorities, the Roma are descendants of people who left the Indian subcontinent about 1,500 years ago and later migrated in large numbers from Asia Minor to Europe during medieval times

EU's air safety agency suspends Pakistan airliners PIA and Vision Air International from flying to Europe for six months over safety concerns
World

EU's air safety agency suspends Pakistan airliners PIA and Vision Air International from flying to Europe for six months over safety concerns

The EASA took the decision due to concerns about Pakistan's ability to ensure compliance with international aviation standards at all times, reports said.

COVID-19-hit US unlikely to be in EU's list of safe countries as Europe prepares to reopen to foreigners
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COVID-19-hit US unlikely to be in EU's list of safe countries as Europe prepares to reopen to foreigners

European Union envoys are close to finalising a list of countries whose citizens will be allowed to enter Europe again, possibly from late next week, EU diplomats confirmed Saturda

Forests are more than the planet's lungs – they also drive winds, argues Russian physicist
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Forests are more than the planet's lungs – they also drive winds, argues Russian physicist

If proven, the biotic pump theory could explain why the remote interiors of forested continents receive as much rain as the coasts.

Women with Neanderthal gene have increased fertility, lower risk of miscarriages a study found
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Women with Neanderthal gene have increased fertility, lower risk of miscarriages a study found

According to the study, progesterone is a hormone that plays an important role in the menstrual cycle and pregnancy.

On Dombivali Fast: As protests erupt across the world, revisiting Nishikant Kamat’s examination of continued battle against a crooked system
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On Dombivali Fast: As protests erupt across the world, revisiting Nishikant Kamat’s examination of continued battle against a crooked system

In Nishikant Kamat’s Dombivali Fast, middle-class bank employee Madhav Apte slowly erupts from a complacent existence filled with peripheral examples of injustice in nearly every corner of society.

Premier League: Lack of black leaders across teams appear jarring as players kneel during training to demand end of inequality
Sports

Premier League: Lack of black leaders across teams appear jarring as players kneel during training to demand end of inequality

As the league’s 100-day pandemic-enforced shutdown ends on Wednesday, a competition that prides itself on attracting multicultural talent from across the world on the field, is facing a racial reckoning.

In Pakistan, fear of COVID-19 infection escalates as government plans to save summer tourism
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In Pakistan, fear of COVID-19 infection escalates as government plans to save summer tourism

Even in big cities in Pakistan, many of the SOPs in place for public gatherings, shops and mosques have been blatantly violated. Mask wearing and face coverings are far from the norm and commercial centres are crammed with people standing close to one another.

Coronavirus Outbreak: US captain Steve Stricker says Ryder Cup without fans almost a 'yawner'
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Coronavirus Outbreak: US captain Steve Stricker says Ryder Cup without fans almost a 'yawner'

Holding golf’s Ryder Cup later this year without fans present due to the COVID-19 pandemic would almost make the event “a “yawner”, US captain Steve Stricker has said.

Portugal's Primeira Liga next in line to resume in Europe amid fears of fans gathering outside stadiums
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Portugal's Primeira Liga next in line to resume in Europe amid fears of fans gathering outside stadiums

Portugal's Primeira Liga will resume this week as European football continues to make its gradual return amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Bundesliga: Teams face injury concerns as league stages second round of matches since COVID-19 stoppage
Sports

Bundesliga: Teams face injury concerns as league stages second round of matches since COVID-19 stoppage

At least half a dozen players have suffered injuries since the league's restart, highlighting concerns about plunging straight into competitive action after a two-month stoppage without warmup matches

A summer within, a summer without: Thoughts on watching a beach in Italy's Boccadasse
Lifestyle

A summer within, a summer without: Thoughts on watching a beach in Italy's Boccadasse

In a 'cruel summer', watching days and nights unfold on Boccadasse's beach

Coronavirus Outbreak: Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Inter Milan to play in 'European Solidarity Cup'
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Inter Milan to play in 'European Solidarity Cup'

In separate statements, the clubs announced that the matches would take place at each of their stadiums and would raise money for boosting healthcare resources in Italy and Spain, but not in Germany

Delhi Customs officials seize PPE kits, sanitisers and lakhs of masks; consignments were being smuggled to US, UAE and Europe
India

Delhi Customs officials seize PPE kits, sanitisers and lakhs of masks; consignments were being smuggled to US, UAE and Europe

Large quantities of sanitiser, PPE kits, masks and its raw materials being sent abroad illegally have been seized by customs officials at the cargo terminal in New Delhi, officials said

World chess champion Magnus Carlsen unveils online series of tournaments with $1 million prize purse
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World chess champion Magnus Carlsen unveils online series of tournaments with $1 million prize purse

The Norwegian was absent when the World Chess Federation (FIDE) held an online Nations Cup between Russia, United States, Europe, China, India and a Rest of the World team

Amid rumours of Real Madrid interest, Erling Haaland focuses on Borussia Dortmund job as Bundesliga resumes
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Amid rumours of Real Madrid interest, Erling Haaland focuses on Borussia Dortmund job as Bundesliga resumes

Haaland is now all prepped up to add more goals to his tally when Bundesliga resumes this Saturday after being suspended due to COVID-19 pandemic