Author Archives: Sridhar P

Aamir Khan’s Laal Singh Chaddha set for Christmas 2021 release, not this year

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Aamir Khan’s much awaited movie Laal Singh Chaddha that was initially headed for a Christmas 2020 release has now been shifted to Christmas 2021 due to delays with the ongoing pandemic and its adverse effects on most anticipated movies. Aamir Khan has a long standing association with Christmas. All his movies released during Christmas have been super successful, be it ...

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Nani’s next film V to be released direct on Amazon Prime on Sept 5

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Directed and written by Mohana Krishna Indraganti, the Telugu thriller stars Nani in lead, along with Sudheer Babu, Nivetha Thomas and Aditi Rao Hydari in prominent roles. Amazon Prime members in India and in 200 countries and territories can stream the digital premiere of Telugu title V, releasing September 5, exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. Amazon Prime Video today announced the ...

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Virat Kohli’s most admirable person in childhood was Hrithik Roshan

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It may seem a while ago, but a page was recently shared by Virat’s childhood friend on his social media account, which stated that during his early days as a kid, Virat Kohli’s most admired person was Hrithik. Apparently, the page was a part of the scrapbook that Virat had filled for one of his friends. Shalaj Sondhi, Virat’s friend ...

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Jacqueline Fernandez working on video podcast show with her look-alike Amanda Cerny

Jacqueline Fernandez and her lookalike Amanda Cerny have been roped in to do a video podcast together -- PR Handout

Jacqueline Fernandez and her lookalike Amanda Cerny have been roped in to do a video podcast together. Jacqueline Fernandez of Bollywood fame has a following of well over 90 million on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Amanda Cerny is one of the most popular social media stars with over 45 million followers across YouTube, Facebook and Instagram. Launching later this ...

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‘Shakuntala Devi’ shot at real locations to maintain authenticity

The biopic of Shakuntala Devi has caught the attention of the audience like no other and gave a whole different perspective on the journey. The way the two-hour film has shown the life of Shakuntala Devi is so beautiful with so many raw and real emotions attached to it. Apart from the story line, one of the things that audiences ...

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Fatal Cancer found in dinosaur that lived in present Canada 76 million years ago


Roughly 76 million years ago, a Centrosaurus that lived in what is now Canada was walking around with a malignant tumour in its lower leg, found scientists based on its deformed fossil bone. The cancer was diagnosed osteosarcoma and this is the first time that cancer has been confirmed in a dinosaur, although scientists have identified benign tumours in Tyrannosaurus ...

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What’s India’s future once Coronavirus is contained? Collection of Expert Views

Now that India is bracing for relaxation of nationwide lockdown imposed in the wake of coronavirus pandemic, economists and world renowned Indian brains had a discussion on almost all the aspects of Indian life from e-commerce to gold-buying spree to frugal mindset to sanitation consciousness. Here are some takeaway points: General Outlook India seems to have suppressed the curve for ...

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French Biriyani Gets Wider Appaluse for Danish Sait

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Amazon Prime Video’s Kannada film French Biriyani recently saw a release on the 24 July 2020 on the platform of Amazon Prime Video. The film stars Danish Sait and has received immense commendations from the audience for the laugh riot it is! The comedy-drama film is sure to leave you with burst of giggles. “It’s a good feeling that the ...

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Besides Remdesvir, 20 other drugs can stop Covid-19; Full List

After screening 12,000 drugs from the library of collections ReFRAME, scientists have isolated 21 drugs for their antiviral activity as effective in providing treatment to Covid-19 patients depending upon dosage and other modifications. The list includes astemizole for allergies and clofazamine for leprosy, and remdesivir, which are already approved by the the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). A Nature study ...

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Spike Proteins in Coronavirus before and after fusion structures found

Scientists report two new cryo-EM structures representing the pre-fusion and post-fusion conformations of the full-length SARS-CoV-2 spike (S) protein in coronavirus that is responsible for host cell entry and the spread of infection in human body. These reconstructions – derived from a full-length, fully wild-type form of the S protein – demonstrate critical differences from previous cryo-EM studies that used ...

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Why WHO Optimistic About Oxford Covid-19 Vaccine? How Others Stack at AZD1222?

Finally, a Covid-19 vaccine developed by Oxford University’s Jenner Institute and licensed to the multinational pharmaceutical company, AstraZeneca has emerged as the favourite of World Health Organization scientists out of about 23 vaccines in their Phase III trial, after reporting success and safety in the first two phases. For India, this vaccine is important as AstraZeneca, among others, had entered ...

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Not China, but Russia announces world’s first Covid-19 vaccine

Any Covid-19 vaccine? All nations and the entire world humanity was eagerly awaiting the precious announcement from at least one top nation that its scientists have successfully completed clinical trials of Covid-19 vaccine. When expectations were running high that it would be China, where the novel coronavirus had its origin in the city of Wuhan, unexpectedly Russia has announced first ...

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Italian team develops superior AI model for stock trading

Using the science of convolutional neural networks (CNNs) with deep learning – a discipline within artificial intelligence, Italian researchers have developed a system of market forecasting with the potential for greater gains and fewer losses than previous attempts to use AI methods to manage stock portfolios. The team, led by Prof. Silvio Barra t the University of Cagliari, published its ...

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Why Indian-Americans in US have fewer infant sudden deaths? Study Finds Reason


Indian-American parents have the highest percentage of sleeping with their babies among ethnic groups in New Jersey but the lowest rate of sudden unexpected infant death (SUID), found a study recently. Researchers from the Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences attributed this paradoxical finding to a variety of compensatory factors, including Indian-Americans’ practice of placing their infants on their backs to ...

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