Just In England make in-roads towards series victory as SA stumble to 188-4 Van der Dussen was out for 98, when he drove a ball to offer an easy catch to Stuart Broad. Aus Open: Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova defeats Angelique Kerber to reach quarters Russia's Pavlyuchenkova had beaten the ex-champion, Kerber, with a 6-7(5) 7-6(4) 6-2 win on Monday Aus Open: Alexander Zverev strolls past old buddy Andrey Rublev, seals QF spot Zverev booked his maiden quarter-finals place with a 6-4 6-4 6-4 win. Aus Open: Stan Wawrinka battles past Daniil Medvedev to reach quarter-finals Wawrinka qualified for quarters with a 6-2 2-6 4-6 7-6(2) 6-2 victory on Monday. Aus Open: Rafael Nadal overturns lost set to defeat Nick Krygios and reach QFs Nadal moved into the quarters with a 6-3 3-6 7-6 (6) 7-6(4) victory on Monday. Wraptors: One stop shop to accelerate all your innovative needs Vehicle wrapping excites a large number of car enthusiasts Making UPSC Exam coaching accessible for all UPSC Guide sets an example how social media is influencing education in positive ways Realme Buds Air review: Mid-ranger brings in premium features! Realme has ventured further and deeper into the hearables market with its latest, wireless Bluetooth earbuds called the Buds Air. Dubai's Burj Khalifa in triclour on Republic Day Hundreds of Indian expatriates took part in cultural events organised by the Indian missions in the UAE on Sunday West Bengal Assembly passes resolution against CAA West Bengal Monday became the fourth state to pass a resolution against the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act Kobe Bryant’s career milestones you must know Bryant, a five-time NBA champion and a two-time Olympic gold medalist, died in a helicopter crash in California Dubai's Burj Khalifa in triclour on Republic Day Hundreds of Indian expatriates took part in cultural events organised by the Indian missions in the UAE on Sunday Boeing 747 on standby to evacuate Indians amid coronavirus outbreak The aircraft is waiting for the Centre's decision regarding the evacuation China extends holiday as virus spreads, Mongolia closes its borders The government has sealed off Wuhan and other cities in Hubei province, effectively trapping tens of millions of people World stocks skid as virus fears spook markets, hit tourism The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 0.6% and the Nasdaq composite lost 0.9% SC issues notice to Centre on fresh petitions challenging CAA, NPR The plea said the entire exercise of creating and updating the population register is a "gross invasion of privacy of private citizens". Convicts' efforts to delay execution will fail: Nirbhaya's mother The SC asked counsel for Nirbhaya convict Mukesh to approach its Registry for urgent listing of his plea against mercy petition rejection Govt signs peace pact with Bodo militant group NDFB Assam minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said the Bodo Peace Accord will lead to a “full and final” solution to the decades-old Bodo issue Boilivian interim President asks ministers to resign The presidential office issued a statement stating she would fill the positions as soon as possible, to maintain continuity Death toll in global spread of coronavirus touches 81 Canada has reported a “presumptive” case of the virus in a man who returned to Toronto from Wuhan Australian Open: Simona Halep counters Elise Mertens to beat her and reach QF Halep, a beaten finalist at Melbourne Park two years ago, moved on with a 6-4 6-4 victory. Australian Open: Garbine Muguruza brushes away Kiki Bertens to reach quarters The 26-year-old smashed ninth-seed Bertens 6-3 6-3 to advance to her first quarter-final at Melbourne Park since 2017. German TV biggie Telefunken taps into the Indian offline market Telefunken also launches 80cm (32) HD Ready Smart TV ‘TFK32QS’ with Bluetooth Technology at a special price of Rs 9,990. Hundreds of Amazon employees criticise firm's climate stance Amazon had nearly 650,000 permanent employees at the end of 2018, according to the company''s annual report. Ravindra Jadeja takes a dig at Sanjay Manjrekar Jadeja, indirectly, claimed that he was the one who should have been awarded Player of the Match. Nestle buys Allergan business to expand in medical nutrition Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Zenpep had sales of USD 237 million in 2018. A great encouragement: PV Sindhu after Padma Bhushan Sindhu and boxing sensation Mary Kom are among the 141 people conferred with Padma awards on India's 71st Republic Day. 4 platforms ensuring women's safety with tech-based solutions Many organizations have made use of IT and technology and have also deployed AI-based solutions to safeguard women. Vernon Philander suffers hamstring injury in 4th Test vs England Scans confirmed a grade two hamstring tear, meaning the all-rounder was unable to bowl for the remainder of the innings. UDAY not failure; new scheme likely in Budget: R K Singh Last year in August the centre had made it mandatory to provide letter of credit for buying power by the discoms. Hogar Controls introduces smart home controlers for a smarter everything Home Controller Pro V2 and Home Controller Mini has been introduced in India. Quinton De Kock 2nd South-African to register 200 dismissals in Tests De Kock achieved this feat in the ongoing second innings of England in the fourth Test. BCCI prez Sourav Ganguly, NCA chief Rahul Dravid attend IPL governing council meet Dravid is expected to discuss the issues related to the NCA. blurams launches new range of indoor security cameras in India The company has launched 2 products namely Dome Lite and Home Pro starting at Rs. 3499 Determined Angelo Mathews trains hard to play all forms In the past Mathews was highly criticized for his running between the wickets. AIMPLB files application in SC against PIL seeking ban on polygamy, nikah halala The PIL was moved in the apex court by lawyer and BJP leader Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay in the year 2018 Air India sale: Bidders to have access to all records in initial stage The government would soon be appointing a technical and a legal advisor for carrying out the due diligence. Terrible grass cutting on wicket; Vishwa Fernando likely to replace Kasun Rajitha The discussion to change the victorious playing eleven took place after seeing the wicket on the eve of the second Test. Pebble launches Twins Stereo EarPods These True Wireless earphones offer up to 25-hours of playback. Dictatorship at its peak in Telangana: Bhim Army chief in Delhi Azad, who landed in Delhi shortly after 9 am, said police had denied demonstrators the right to protest and alleged they were beaten up India needs to re-examine long-term gas pricing with Qatar: Pradhan India imports 8.5 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) annually under a long-term supply deal with Qatar. Thousands of websites distribute macOS malware named Shlayer Shlayer’s share among all attacks on macOS devices registered by Kaspersky products in January - November 2019 amounted to almost a third. Kyle Jarvis to miss second Test match vs Sri Lanka Jarvis, who opened the bowling for Zimbabwe in the first test defeat, had been struggling with back pain and was advised to rest. Urban cooperative banks report nearly 1,000 frauds worth over Rs 220 cr: RBI The central bank said a total of 181 fraud cases involving Rs 127.7 crore were noticed during 2018-19. TDP misusing majority for political benefits: YSRCP “TDP has the advantage of council chairman from its party and is using the powers and majority for political benefits” Juergen Klopp insists no first-teamers will play in FA Cup replay Klopp’s much-changed side were forced to a replay by third-tier Shrewsbury on Sunday as they let slip a two-goal lead to draw 2-2. Sam Curran confident England would seal series 3-1 England have set the struggling home side a stiff 466-run victory target to level the series. Iraq student in AMU found dead The deceased has been identified as AA Hamid. He was a PhD student in the Geography department of the AMU Nirbhaya convict Mukesh Singh seeks urgent SC hearing against mercy plea rejection The mercy plea of 32-year-old Singh was dismissed by President Ram Nath Kovind on January 17 Billie Eilish dominates the Grammys as music world mourns Kobe Just one year on the scene, Eilish wins five Grammys, including all the big four prizes In India, 29K passengers screened for coronavirus so far Harshavardhan urged passengers who have a travel history to China since January 1, 2020, to report to their nearest health facility Wuhan virus will have no impact on India's economy? Think again Indian exports to China grew 25.6 per cent to USD 16.75 billion in FY2018-19 from a year ago. Thiem cruises into quarterfinals at Australian Open The world number five registered a win over Gael Monfils at the Rod Laver Arena Police to use face scan tech, stokes privacy fears The cameras will be put to work within a month in operational deployments of around 5-6 hours at potential crime hotspots. Indian Americans' anti-CAA protests mar Republic Day celebrations in US The supporters were outnumbered by protesters, who held peaceful rallies and marches in various US cities, carrying anti-CAA banners Free Fire Champions Cup and Free Fire World Series announced in 2020 esports line-up A total of Rs 14 crore allotted for 4 international esports tournaments in 2020; Free Fire India esports to have a prize pool of Rs 1 crore. AP cabinet nod to abolish legislative council Andhra Pradesh cabinet on Monday approved the decision to abolish the legislative council New Apple leak will make existing iPhone owners jump with joy In one of the biggest leaks so far, it is said that all iOS 13 handsets will be compatible with iOS 14. Gold imports dip 6.77 per cent during April-Dec 2019 The country's gold imports dipped about 3 per cent in value terms to USD 32.8 billion in 2018-19. Air India privatisation: Employee unions to meet in Delhi The government has set March 17 as the deadline for submitting the expression of interest. Belkin Boost Up 10W charging pad review: Fast charge, wirelessly! If you own one of the latest flagships and looking for a premium charging pad, the Belkin Boost Up 10W is an ideal choice. Rupee slips 18 paise to 71.51 against US dollar in early trade Easing crude prices and foreign fund inflows supported the rupee and restricted the downfall. Sensex drops over 250 points; Nifty below 12,200 The 30-share BSE index was trading 240.72 points or 0.58 per cent lower at 41,372.47. Bid doc issued: Government to sell 100 per cent stake in Air India Deadline for expressions of interest by bidders is March 17. Michelle Obama wins Grammy for best spoken word album Former U.S. first lady emulates husband, who won two Grammys in the same category The big lesson from the Bezos hack: Anyone can be a target Ultimately, it boils down to a simple lesson: Be careful who you talk to — and what you’re using to chat with them. Bytedance's TikTok hires Microsoft IP chief as general counsel Andersen was most recently Microsoft’s chief intellectual property counsel. Shashi Tharoor on why Jinnah is winning vs Gandhi Congress MP says the CAA and NRC are vindicating the Pakistan founder's idea of separate nationhood Priyanka references J Lo with a barely-there number at the Grammys Accompanying husband Nick Jonas on the red carpet, Indian actress went for the shock factor 2020 will be a turnaround year for industry leader The company’s sales in its closely watched data centre business jumped 19 per cent. Digital currency cannot be private Central banks worldwide are looking into the possibility of issuing digital money to prevent the loss of state control over money. Uber self-driving cars, with humans in control, to cruise Friday Uber is operating self-driving cars in autonomous mode with safety drivers behind the wheel. Samasource CEO Leila Janah succumbs to cancer at 37 Janah came as a breath of fresh air in the male-dominated Silicon Valley environment. Basketball great Kobe Bryant dies in copter crash Reports say five people including Bryant’s daughter killed in crash Need a legal weed shop? Grab your smartphone Shoppers could use their smartphones to scan the familiar, boxy label known as a QR code. Mystic Mantra: Beyond the ‘law of the reversed effect’ It will be easier to understand if you comprehend the two layers of mind, namely the conscious and the unconscious. Nothing but hospitality for a Sikh in Lahore His welcome sets the tone for the days that I am to spend in Pakistan. Iran’s victimhood after Soleimani The concept of “martyrdom” is integral to sovereign Iran’s Shite philosophy and the same has been practiced by Tehran. Current BJP’s mantra is ‘my way or the highway’ After a prolonged run of bad luck, finally, there is some hope for former Maharashtra chief minister Prithviraj Chavan. 2020 Budget can be Modi’s 1991 redux The government has a duty to solve the problem, and the first step is to acknowledge the existence of a problem. Probe must cover all angles Dalit activists alleged that the 2018 riots were instigated by right-wing leaders Sambhaji Bhide and Milind Ekbote. This R-Day, we are on a slippery path On the 71st anniversary of the founding of the modern republic, there is a palpable sense of confusion and despair. Chennai toll plaza vandalised in fracas Traffic stalled for 3 hours as government drivers, agitators destroy CCTVs, booth. India slams EU parliament proposal to debate CAA Alarm bells have begun ringing in New Delhi over the proposed discussion on CAA in European Union Parliament. 2 held for Odisha airport ‘collapse’ Now the question remains as to on what grounds the firm was roped in by the BPIA for the construction work. Hyderabad: Scrap Articles 14, 15 to enforce CAA, say intellectuals Several authors questioned why the onus of proving one’s citizenship was falling on the citizens when it is the duty of the government. Tricolour on 100-ft pole unfurled at MJ Market Flag post, taller than the first minar, is 3rd largest in city. Hyderabad: Transgenders fear CAA will push them to detention centres first Everything is being done strategically. The laws would get implemented in majority of the states, no matter what and how we protest: M Rachana. Chandrashekhar Azad Ravan arrested in Hyderabad Azad had arrived in the city to attend two different programmes agai-nst the CAA but city police foiled both the protests. Indians in Wuhan want to come back They have been very helpful and assured us that they were working on helping those who want to leave: Saahil. Minor earthquake shakes parts of Telugu states Hyderabadis feel buildings shaking, people in Warangal come out of houses in fear. G Kishan Reddy dares K Chandrasekhar Rao on CAA He said that neither Mr Rao nor the TRS had the moral right to criticise the BJP on the matter. 6 TD MLCs skip Chandrababu Naidu’s meeting According to sources, the YSRC is planning to lure TD MLCs to its fold to weaken the party which enjoys majority in the Council. BJP wants SCB elections on party basis They said the party could win from most of the wards if polls for the cantonment board are held immediately. 87 civic bodies in kitty, TRS battles for more Congress has clear majority in 6 municipalities, BJP in 3. Tamilisai Soundararajan calls for graft-free Telangana The Governor spoke highly of the government’s welfare sche-mes targeting farmers. Sharjeel Imam booked for speech at protest He reportedly said that if he could organise five lakh people, it would become possible to “permanently cut off Assam with rest of India...”. Constitution read at Bengaluru by IAF veteran Itisha, who is a second generation IAF officer, stated that reading the Constitution for the public doesn't require permission. ASAT steals Republic Day show PM Modi pays tribute at War Memorial instead of Amar Jawan Jyoti. Telangana goes silent on coronavirus steps Samples of another person sent for tesing. Hyderabad: SBI officials found guilty of property fraud Officials auction Jubilee Hills asset without legal rights. Homam held for death to Samata’s rapists The aunt said her husband had died of ill-health caused by the death of their daughter-in-law just 20 days after Samata's murder. Judgment in Hajipur rape-murders today Marri Srinivas had raped, killed 3 minor girls. ‘Lady of Fortune’ show comes to city As I am someone who doesn’t plan and speak at events, I always let my divine speak through me: Jai Madaan. Too much on your plate? Eating disorders are broadly classified as anorexia nervosa and bulimia. They are almost nine times more common in women than in men. Nikhil’s next is on temple architects While the pre-production work of the Nikhil-starrer is in full swing, we have learnt that the plot of the film is based on the architects of temples. A fun thriller in the offing Starring Viswant Duddumpudi and Nitya Shetty, the poster of the film was launched by ace director Trivikram Srinivas on Sunday. Surbhi gets nostalgic We ask her about a web series we hear she was approached for. Influencers ‘resort’ to luxe spaces As Instgrammers and vloggers enrich resorts and hotels with promotional posts, it’s getting tricky for the hospitality industry to deal with them. Padma Shri honour for Bollywood heavyweights The sheer volume of work that Karan and Ekta have done makes them eligible for a Padma Shri (I guess!). Akshay Kumar’s Rs 120 crore fee story is a hoax Firstly, Akshay Kumar is not confirmed for Aanand Rai’s films as yet. Attempts to malign Naseeruddin Shah with ‘Catty’ video of his daughter When the staff was not as prompt in their action as she wished, Heeba is seen getting viol Street Dancer opens far ahead of Panga Remo D’Souza’s Street Dancer opened on a high note with audiences taking to the dance and drama wholeheartedly. Culinary festivities However, what stole the show was the funky names given to the dishes as well as the impressive stall decorations. Classical renditions But when it comes to the comfort factor, it appears western classical music is what Hema chooses over the rest.