Overview

Sensex down more than 500 points

Sensex down more than 500 points

Market was likely to be in a range-bound zone in the near term, said V.K. Vijayakumar, Chief Investment Strategist, Geojit Financial Services. "FIIs have sharply reduced their selling this month and have turned buyers to the tune of Rs 872 crore in the cash market, so far in February, despite the high US bond yields. This indicates that FIIs are unlikely to press big selling pulling the market sharply down, because of this favourable market construct, dips are getting bought, aided by sustained flows into the market," he said.

Taapsee to marry longtime boyfriend, badminton coach Mathias Boe in March

Taapsee to marry longtime boyfriend, badminton coach Mathias Boe in March

Actress Taapsee Pannu, who was last seen in ‘Dunki’ along with Bollywood megastar Shah Rukh Khan, is set to tie the knot with her longtime partner Mathias Boe. The couple are set to exchange wedding vows in a grand celebration which will reportedly be a blend of traditions of Sikhism and Christianity.

realme 12+ 5G: Setting new standard in mid-premium smartphone photography with 50MP Camera OIS

realme 12+ 5G: Setting new standard in mid-premium smartphone photography with 50MP Camera OIS

Following the triumph of the realme 12 Pro Series 5G, realme is all set to unveil the realme 12+ 5G on March 6. This launch aims to revolutionise the mid-range smartphone market for its users. Notably, it will be the first device in its price bracket to feature a 50MP camera with Sony LYT600 sensor & Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS), sources said on Wednesday.

Australia confirm playing XI for opening Test against New Zealand

Australia confirm playing XI for opening Test against New Zealand

Veteran batter Steve Smith will continue to partner Usman Khawaja at the top of Australia's batting order as skipper Pat Cummins confirmed his playing XI for the first Test against New Zealand, which commences at Basin Reserve on Thursday. The line-up has the same bowling unit for the sixth consecutive Test stretching back to the home summer opener against Pakistan at Perth.

Study shows sinusitis may raise risk of rheumatic disease by 40%

Study shows sinusitis may raise risk of rheumatic disease by 40%

People suffering from the common inflammatory condition sinusitis may be at 40 per cent risk of developing a subsequent diagnosis of rheumatic disease, particularly in the five to 10 years preceding the start of symptoms, finds a research. Sinusitis refers to inflammation of the lining of the sinuses, the small, air-filled cavities behind the cheekbones and forehead.

Adverse weather advisory in J&K from Feb 29

Adverse weather advisory in J&K from Feb 29

Sky was partly cloudy in J&K on Wednesday as the Meteorological (MeT) official forecast rain and snow from Thursday evening onwards. A statement issued by Mukhtar Ahmad, Director of local MeT department here, said, “An active Western Disturbance most likely to affect J&K and adjoining areas from February 29th evening onwards.

Navy seizes 3,300 kg drugs from dhow in major operation

Navy seizes 3,300 kg drugs from dhow in major operation

The Indian Navy has seized one of the largest drug consignments during a specialised operation from a dhow. The officials said on Wednesday that in a successful coordinated operation at sea, Indian Navy in coordination with Narcotics Control Bureau apprehended a suspicious dhow carrying almost 3,300 kgs contraband. It includes 3,089 kgs Charas, 158 kgs Methamphetamine and 25 kgs Morphine -- by far the largest in terms of quantity, in recent times.

German singer Cassandra Mae croons song in praise of Lord Krishna for PM Modi

German singer Cassandra Mae croons song in praise of Lord Krishna for PM Modi

Cassandra Mae Spittmann, a 21-year-old German singer-songwriter famous for her soulful renditions of Indian devotional songs, found her audience on Tuesday in none other than Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as she sang for him a popular bhajan dedicated to Lord Krishna.

CRPF, Haryana Police took away five-six legislators : CM

CRPF, Haryana Police took away five-six legislators : CM

Amid opposition BJP’s assertion that the Congress government in Himachal Pradesh has lost majority in the House, Chief Minister Sukhvinder Sukhu claimed on Tuesday that the CRPF and Haryana Police convoy took away five-six legislators.

Rahul’s Cambridge visit for lectures in poll season raises many eyebrows

Rahul’s Cambridge visit for lectures in poll season raises many eyebrows

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has taken a five-day pause from the ongoing Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra, from February 26 to March 1, and is headed to the United Kingdom for delivering two lectures at the University of Cambridge.

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