Killers of the Flower Moon, Khufiya, and More: Movie Guide to Cinemas and Streaming in October 2023

What are some of the biggest movies releasing in October 2023? Akshay Kumar headlines the most prominent Bollywood release this month with Mission Raniganj: The Great Bharat Rescue, a biopic that sees him try and rescue a group of 65 miners trapped inside a flooded coal mine. The film reunites him with Rustom director Tinu … Read more

India vs Australia Live Score Over 3rd ODI ODI 31 35 Updates

Follow India vs Australia 2023 live cricket score on After 35.2 overs, India, chasing a target of 353, are 222/3. Get live scores, ball-by-ball commentary and more. Keep track of India vs Australia today 2023 India vs Australia match. Everything related to India vs Australia match will be available on Stay updated with … Read more

FDA updates Ozempic label with potential blocked intestines side effect, also reported with Wegovy and Mounjaro

Weight-loss drugs can have side effects Health officials raise concern about weight-loss drugs’ possible side effects 05:19 The label for the diabetes drug Ozempic — which has become popular for weight loss — now acknowledges reports of blocked intestines following use of the medication. The change comes after the Food and Drug Administration greenlighted a … Read more

Travis Kelce breaks silence on Taylor Swift’s appearance at the Chiefs game

NFL player Travis Kelce has broken his silence about rumored love interest Taylor Swift, whose appearance at the Kansas City Chiefs game on Sunday garnered widespread attention. Kelce talked about the pop star’s appearance on Wednesday’s episode of “New Heights,” his podcast with his brother Jason Kelce, who plays for the Eagles. Swift appeared with … Read more

BYJU must lay off 3,500 employees "Overemployed" During pandemic: Report

Redundancies in Byjus: This reduces the total number of employees at BYJU to 31,000-33,000. New Delhi: Edtech major BYJUs may lay off up to 3,500 staff during the current financial year as it looks to consolidate teams and increase regional focus, sources familiar with the development said. According to one of the sources, BYJU’s had … Read more

The world’s most powerful laser is to be built in the UK and will be ‘million, trillion, trillion’ times brighter than the sun | Science and technology news

The world’s most powerful laser is to be built in Oxfordshire, thanks to £85m of new funding for the technology. Scientists aim to develop the technology, which will be “a million, billion, billion times brighter than the brightest sunlight” in the world. It is believed that the technology will have practical applications in nuclear fusion, … Read more

India vs Australia Live Score Over 3rd ODI ODI 6 10 Updates

Follow India vs Australia 2023 live cricket score on After 8.4 overs, India, chasing a target of 353, are 66/0. Get live scores, ball-by-ball commentary and more. Keep track of India vs Australia today 2023 India vs Australia match. Everything related to India vs Australia match will be available on Stay updated with … Read more

How to keep radishes fresh for longer: easy tips and tricks

Radishes are a versatile vegetable used in various Indian dishes, from salads to pickles and parathas. Despite their spicy taste, radishes offer numerous health benefits, including improved digestion and blood pressure control. With radishes readily available in the market all winter, it is not uncommon for enthusiasts to stock up on this beloved veggie. But … Read more

Woman Recreates ‘Jawan’ Scene Inside Metro, Internet Calls It “Superb”

The video has accumulated more than 9 million views. Shah Rukh Khan’s character Azad, from the film Javandancing to the song ‘Beqarar Karke Hume Yun Na Jaiye’ inside a subway is one of the most loved scenes among fans. Many social media users recreate his dance moves inside the subway and share the videos online. … Read more

North Sea oil, wine and the Sunshine State

In today’s episode, Ian King discusses the development of Rosebank – the UK’s largest untapped oil and gas field. He also talks to the mayor of Jacksonville about investing in Florida. And Ian talks to the chief executive of Chapel Down, the UK’s biggest wine producer, about its profits. :: Listen and subscribe Ian King … Read more

Sir Ian McKellen says he ‘likes a surprise’ as he laments theaters overlooking audiences with warning signs | Ents & Arts News

Sir Ian McKellen has said he is not a fan of how modern theater audiences are spoiled with sensitivity-sensitive warning signs. The 84-year-old X-Men and Lord of the Rings star told Sky News ahead of the first night of the London transfer of his new play Frank and Percy: “Outside the cinemas the audience is … Read more

Donald Trump and his company "repeatedly" violated the fraud law, says NY judge

Donald Trump and his company have “repeatedly” violated the state’s fraud statute, a New York judge ruled Tuesday. The order came in response to a request by New York Attorney General Letitia James seeking judgment on one of the allegations in her $250 million civil lawsuit, which is planned for go to trial on October … Read more

New Zealand Whitewash Bangladesh To Wrap Cricket World Cup 2023 Preparation

New Zealand gave themselves a perfect boost ahead of the World Cup by whitewashing Bangladesh in the three-match series 2-0 with a seven-wicket win in the final one-day international in Dhaka on Tuesday. Will Young and Adam Milne playing with bat and ball respectively, Young hit 70 off 80 balls to guide New Zealand to … Read more

Shakira charged for tax evasion again in Spain

Shakira’s “Out of Your League” mocks ex Shakira’s “Out of Your League” mocks ex, rocks YouTube 01:24 Spanish prosecutors have charged pop star Shakira with failing to pay $7.1 million in tax on her 2018 income, authorities said Tuesday, in Spain’s latest fiscal allegations against the Colombian singer. Shakira is alleged to have used an … Read more

In a first, scientists recover RNA from an extinct species – the Tasmanian tiger

Scientists have for the first time recovered and sequenced RNA from an extinct species, the Tasmanian tiger, a researcher at Stockholm University told CBS News. The breakthrough potentially raises hope for the resurrection of animals once thought lost forever. “People didn’t think it could really be done,” Marc Friedländer, associate professor of molecular biology at … Read more

Bangladesh drop ex-captain Tamim Iqbal from Cricket World Cup 2023 squad

Bangladesh announced their 15-man squad for the ODI World Cup in India on Tuesday, leaving out the former captain Tamim Iqbal due to injury issues. Tamim, 34, who withdrew in a shock move in July before reversing his decision a day later at the request of Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, returned to the side … Read more

House Of Boho: Where culinary excellence meets authentic bohemian vibes

If you’re a fan of all things boho, you can’t miss trying House Of Boho. Located in the iconic Ansal Plaza in New Delhi, this restaurant is a paradise for boho enthusiasts and foodies alike. From the moment you enter, you are enveloped in an atmosphere of life. The interior here features unique wall coverings, … Read more

Malaysian girl, 10, sets Guinness world record for blindfolded chessboard arrangement

She aspires to be a space scientist when she grows up. A 10-year-old chess enthusiast from Malaysia has taken his love for the game to the next level by arranging a chessboard in just 45.72 seconds while blindfolded. Punithamalar Rajashekar’s outstanding performance earned her the prestigious Guinness World Record for the ‘Fastest Chess Set Arrangement … Read more

The FTC and 17 states file a sweeping antitrust lawsuit against Amazon

Federal Trade Commission and 17 state attorneys general on Tuesday submitted a long-awaited antitrust case against Amazon that claims the retail giant illegally exercises monopoly power to maintain higher prices, harm customers and weaken competition. “Our complaint outlines how Amazon has used a variety of punitive and enforcement tactics to illegally maintain its monopolies,” FTC … Read more