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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle quit social media: Report – Times of India

LONDON: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have quit social media after growing disillusioned by the "hate" they have found on sites...

Queen, Prince Philip given Covid-19 jab as UK cases top 3 mn – Times of India

LONDON: Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip received Covid-19 vaccinations on Saturday, Buckingham Palace said, as the country surpassed three...

WHO urges rich countries to stop jumping vaccine queue – Times of India

GENEVA: The World Health Organization on Friday urged rich countries to stop jumping the queue and making bilateral deals for the first wave...

Donald Trump’s comments directly led to violence, says UK’s Priti Patel – Times of India

LONDON: British home secretary Priti Patel on Thursday condemned the "awful" scenes of riots on the Capitol Hill in Washington DC...

UK reports highest daily Covid-19 deaths since April – Times of India

LONDON: The United Kingdom has recorded more than 1,000 Covid-19 daily deaths for the first time since April as the government struggles to...

Germany agrees to extend coronavirus lockdown until Jan 31 – Times of India

BERLIN: German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Tuesday that she has agreed with state governors to extend the country's current lockdown by three weeks...

100 dead in attacks on two western Niger villages – Times of India

NIAMEY: "Terrorists" killed around 100 people in two villages in western Niger, the latest in a string...

US news star Larry King hospitalized with Covid-19: Report – Times of India

WASHINGTON: Veteran talk show host Larry King has been hospitalized with Covid-19, US media reported Saturday. Citing a "source close to the family,"...

UK hits record 57,725 daily virus cases – Times of India

LONDON: The UK has registered a record 57,725 daily coronavirus cases. Government figures show the UK has recorded five straight daily...

UK abolishes ‘sexist’ tax on women’s sanitary products – Times of India

LONDON: Britain abolished the so-called “tampon tax” on Friday, eliminating sales taxes on women's sanitary products. The move was...