US, Japan warn against ‘destablising behaviour’ by China – Times of India

TOKYO: US and Japanese foreign and defence ministers warned Tuesday against “coercion and destabilising behaviour” by China after top-level talks in Tokyo. Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin and Secretary of State Antony Blinken are in Japan on the first leg of their first overseas trip, looking to strengthen regional alliances in the face of rising Chinese … Read more

Sweden pauses AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccinations – Times of India

STOCKHOLM: Sweden’s health agency said on Tuesday it was pausing vaccinations against COVID-19 using AstraZeneca‘s vaccine as a precautionary measure. Germany, France and Italy said on Monday they would stop administering the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine after several countries reported possible serious side-effects while the World Health Organization has said there was no proven link. “The … Read more

Honor may launch Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 flagship smartphone in July for global market – Times of India

Honor, the former Huawei sub-brand that recently announced that it is parting ways with the Chinese telecom company, is reportedly gearing up to launch a flagship smartphone soon. According to a report that emerged from China, Honor will release a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC-powered phone in July. It appears this upcoming smartphone will be part … Read more

Karan Johar’s son Yash gives a cute twist to Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘cool’ dialogue from ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’; writes ‘Bhai, this one’s for you’ – Times of India

Filmmaker Karan Johar is quite active on social media. He keeps sharing amazing posts featuring his kids, Yash and Roohi on his Instagram handle and they are simply unmissable! Today, he took to his story and shared a ‘cool’ video of Yash where he can be seen copying Shah Rukh Khan. In the video, KJo’s … Read more

China to issue visas to foreigners who have taken Chinese jab – Times of India

Chinese embassies in several countries have issued notices saying the country will open visa applications to select people who have taken a China-made jab. (Representative image) BEIJING: China is poised to ease border restrictions to allow some foreigners — including from the US, India and Pakistan — back in, provided they have taken a Chinese-made … Read more

ETPB begins Baba Guru Nanak Scholarship for Sikh and Hindu youths of Pakistan | India News – Times of India

AMRITSAR: Pakistan’s Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) has begun the ‘Baba Guru Nanak Scholarship’ to provide vocational training to Hindu and Sikh youths to help them become independent after ETPB signed a MoU with Punjab Vocational Training Council (PVTC) on Monday. While talking to TOI after signing the Mou, ETPB chairman Aamer Ahamd said PVTC … Read more

Michelle Obama says Meghan’s interview is heartbreaking – Times of India

LONDON: Michelle Obama said Meghan’s recollections about a remark made by one member of the British royal family about the possible darkness of her son’s skin were heartbreaking and that she hoped Meghan’s experiences would be a lesson for the world. Meghan and her husband, Prince Harry, accused an unidentified royal family member of raising … Read more

Electronics sale on Flipkart: Get up to off on Apple iPhone 11, Samsung Galaxy S20 FE, Realme X50 Pro and other smartphones – Times of India

Electronics sale on Flipkart has started today. The sale offers discounts on products ranging from mobile, laptops, speakers and headphones to TVs and home appliances. The four-day long sale will end on March 20. As part of the sale, buyers can avail 10% instant discount on HDFC Bank credit cards. The offer will be available … Read more

Piyush Goyal: Railways will never be privatised | India Business News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Union minister Piyush Goyal on Tuesday said that the Indian Railways will never be privatised and will always remain with government of India. Replying to a discussion in Lok Sabha, the railway minister, however, stressed on the need to encourage private investment for more efficient functioning. “The country can progress towards high growth … Read more