Teddy Bear turns the “emancipation movie” on its head. Most times, the person who needs emancipating is a woman. It’s interesting to see this most masculine-looking of men needing to “find himself”, too.
Aviation minister Robert Courts said the Government was "toughening up already tough requirements" to stop new COVID variants but the second Brazil strain may already be here.
Foreign ministers of China and the Philippines on Saturday committed to prioritising post-pandemic recovery efforts as senior Chinese diplomat Wang Yi wrapped up a week-long visit to four Southeast Asian countries. Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte in March imposed one of the world's longest and strictest lockdowns to contain the virus, grounding to a halt what was one of Asia's fastest growing economies before the pandemic. "As a friend of the Philippines and your closest neighbour, we will firmly stand with the people of the Philippines until the defeat of this virus," Wang said in his opening remarks at a meeting with Manila's foreign minister.
Mother of three opened up about what lockdown has taught her about parenting
A coalition of health bodies has written to the Government urging it to update legislation to protect ‘vulnerable’ staff.
Captain Root had ended day one on 66, day two on 168 and marched onwards to 228 on the third morning.
The impeachment trial of Donald Trump isn't about removing him from the presidency – it's about preventing him from running for president again.
New Delhi [India], January 16 (ANI): Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Saturday inspected the COVID-19 vaccination programme at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in which some doctors along with health care workers took the vaccine.
Social media companies meticulously test their platforms to make them as user friendly as possible – surely using hard to understand legal jargon and data clauses is no accident?
The first two days of this challenging Test winter were dreamy for England. On a pitch that is turning but not spitting and with Sri Lanka’s batsmen behaving themselves much better, the 35 over session passed without as much as a chance. The seamers brought control, especially Stuart Broad, whose eight overs cost three runs.
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The "Dumb and Dumber" star poked fun at his own style of acting with his depiction of the president's personal attorney, oozing face and all.
The world's top coronavirus vaccine drugmaker has been underperforming. I think 2021 will change that.
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Renovations at her East Sussex home have been approved
The decision comes after an 11-month leadership limbo
They seem surprisingly intent to continue the deadlock and precipitate a state of anarchy. It also seems, strangely, that the protestors are happy with the existing agriculture set up and want no change to it.
Dehradun (Uttarakhand) [India], January 16 (ANI): As the first phase of COVID-19 vaccination drive has kicked off across India, the Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat on Saturday started the COVID-19 vaccine roll-out in the state from Government Doon Medical College (GDMC) in Dehradun.
Godzilla Vs Kong will now release on 26 March instead of its proposed 21 May release date.
India launched one of the world's largest vaccination campaigns through video conferencing on Saturday (January 16), aiming to bring the pandemic under control. Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed health workers. "India is going to the start the world's largest vaccination drive. I congratulate the countrymen for this." Modi will not immediately take the vaccine himself as India is initially prioritizing 30 million nurses, doctors and others on the front line. About 270 million over 50's or those deemed high-risk will follow. Sanitation worker Manish Kumar became the first person in India to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in the country. On the first day of vaccinations, around 100 people will be voluntarily vaccinated in each of the 3,006 centre's in India. Indians won't have a choice between the Oxford University/AstraZeneca vaccine and a government-backed, homegrown one from Bharat Biotech whose efficacy is not known. Both are being produced locally. India has reported the highest number of coronavirus infections after the United States. The country wants to vaccinate around 300 million people with two doses in the first six to eight months of the year.