August 5 indian sports news wrap

Aditi Ashok and Diksha Dagar make disappointing start at 2022 AIG Women’s Open in Scotland. The Indians came into this tournament through their qualifiers at North Berwick earlier this week. Aditi opened with a 2-over 73 and was at T-56, while Diksa scored a 77 and was T-118th. Seher Atwal and Suchitra Ramesh miss cut at Vasteras Open in Sweden.
#AditiAshok #Sportstar #AIGWomen #sOpen #Scotland #Sports #IndividualSports #Golf

6 days ago

Dhanush Swanky Car Collection: From Rolls Royce Ghost To Ford Mustang GT; Here’s A Peek Into His Awesome Garage!

Pan-India star Dhanush has redefined how Indians perceive a protagonist and ‘Hero’ in the entertainment industry. The actor was last seen in ‘The Gray Men’ and fans cannot stop admiring their favourite star. He has starred over 44 films and has garnered four National Awards.
#Dhanush #Pan #Indians #ArtsEntertainment #Movies #News

1 weeks ago

Worlds: A silver lining for India and the promise of a better future

India's jumpers had stirred a buzz in domestic and international events this year. However, none of the finalists managed a personal best in the women's 3000m steeplechase. Avinash Sable was caught unawares in an interesting final race described as “very tactical and slow” by Morocco’s Soufiane El Bakkali.
#NeerajChopra #HindustanTimes #WorldAthleticsChampionships #Indians #Eugene #Sports #InternationalSportsCompetitions #Olympics

2 weeks ago

National Broadcasting Day: 4 Benefits of tuning into a radio station

India celebrates National Broadcasting Day on July 23. The purpose of the day is to raise awareness of the importance of radio among Indians. It is observed to honour the first radio broadcast, made on this day in 1927. Since then, people have used the AM and FM frequencies to study new information, listen to music, and even get educated.
#PINKVILLA #NationalBroadcastingDay #Indians #India #ArtsEntertainment #MusicAudio #Radio

2 weeks ago

In 2021, over 1.6 lakh Indians renounced citizenship

In 2021, over 1.6 lakh Indians renounced citizenship. The number is the highest in the past five years. U.S. Being the country whose citizenship is most sought after. As many as 362 Indians living in China also acquired Chinese citizenship. India does not allow dual citizenship.
#TheHindu #Indians #Chinese #China #LawGovernment #Government #VisaImmigration

3 weeks ago

Indians’ inclination to radical ideologies is miniscule: MHA in Lok Sabha

Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai said the government has made efforts to stop the inclination to radical ideologies owing to various factors. Government has created a Counter Terrorism and Counter Radicalisation Division in the MHA to help and coordinate with various security and law enforcement agencies.
#NityanandRai #CounterTerrorismandCounterRadicalisationDivision #Indians #SensitiveSubjects #LawGovernment #Government

3 weeks ago

Over 1.63 lakh Indians gave up citizenship in 2021; US, Aus top destinations

Over 1.63 lakh Indians gave up their Indian citizenship last year, highest since 2015. Almost half of them – 78,284 - preferred to become US citizens. Indian Constitution and the citizenship laws don't allow dual citizenship to anyone. The reasons for these renouncing their home country citizenship was ‘personal to them’
#HindustanTimes #Indians #Indian #LawGovernment #Government #VisaImmigration

3 weeks ago

Evening brief: ‘Came on surprise inspection’, says police on Haryana cop case

The number of Indians who gave up their citizenship witnessed a significant rise in 2021, with 1,63,370 renouncing the same as 85,256 in 2020. Kriti Sanon pushes her limits with kettlebell squats during intense gym session, here's why you should try it: Watch.
#KritiSanon #HindustanTimes #Indians #Haryana #News

3 weeks ago

More than 1.6 lakh Indians gave up their citizenship in 2021: Govt data

The number of Indians who gave up their citizenship witnessed a significant rise in 2021, with 1,63,370 renouncing the same as opposed to 85,256 in 2020. In 2019, 1,44,017 Indians renounced their citizenship, according to data released by the Union ministry of home affairs.
#HindustanTimes #Indians #LawGovernment #Government #VisaImmigration

3 weeks ago

In search of a life-saving stem-cell donor

Pune-born Singapore resident Melissa Nazareth has spent the last year trying to find a matched stem-cell donor. She was diagnosed with myeloid leukaemia (a blood cancer) last year. Her struggle is echoed by thousands of Indians diagnosed with various life-threatening blood disorders looking for a match.
#MelissaNazareth #HindustanTimes #Pune #Indians #Singapore #PeopleSociety #SocialIssuesAdvocacy #CharityPhilanthropy

3 weeks ago

World Emoji Day 2022: Eggplant emoji to wink emoji, what Indians think the most misunderstood emojis mean

July 17 is World Emoji Day and it’s time to clear up some of the biggest misconceptions about this language of the 21st century so far. The eggplant emoji is taken to mean something suggestive, like a dirty joke or a risque text. The eyes emoji is understood by 46% of Indians to mean ‘I see you’ while “I’m looking at this” is what the encoded message was among 27%.
#WorldEmojiDay #Indians #OnlineCommunities #OnlineGoodies #ClipArtAnimatedGIFs

3 weeks ago

COVID-19: PM Modi says 'India creates history' as country crosses 200 cr vaccine milestone

India on Sunday, July 17, crossed the 200-crore mark in terms of the total number of COVID-19 vaccines administered. Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated the country on touching the milestone. Stating that Indians have shown remarkable faith in science, he praised all the doctors, nurses, frontline workers, scientists, innovators, and entrepreneurs who played a key role in ensuring a safer planet.
#NarendraModi #Indians #India #Health #HealthConditions #InfectiousDiseases

3 weeks ago

‘India creates history again…’: PM Modi on two billion dose vaccine milestone

PM Narendra Modi congratulates all Indians on crossing the ‘special figure’ of 200 crore vaccine doses. PM Modi said he is “proud of those who contributed to making India’s vaccination drive unparalleled in scale and speed” He added that it has “strengthened the global fight against Covid-19”
#NarendraModi #HindustanTimes #Indians #Covid19 #India #LawGovernment #PublicSafety #Health

3 weeks ago

Theegala - a force that is feeling loved in America and India

Sahith Reddy Theegala has the potential to transform the way millions of Indians perceive golf in the US, as well as in India. He hasn't won on the PGA Tour as yet but has shown so much character in the two tournaments he 'lost' this year. He has moved up to 62nd in the world rankings in two years.
#SahithReddyTheegala #Theegala #Indians #PGATour #India #Sports #IndividualSports #Golf

4 weeks ago

With poor pension rates and high health costs, is India ready for the next demographic phase?

By 2037, the share of Indians aged 25-64 is projected to peak and then start declining by 2052. The shift will be first recorded in the southern States, with nearly 20% of the population in Tamil Nadu and Kerala crossing the age of 60 by 2036. India has one of the lowest share of the elderly receiving pension and the highest share of out-of-pocket expenditure on health.
#TheHindu #Indians #States #PeopleSociety #SocialSciences #Reference

4 weeks ago

Trump era H-1B woes end, visa approval rates, wages peak under Biden

Since President Biden took over, H-1B visa approval rates surpassed those seen in the Obama period and peaked at 98%. The share of Indian companies in U.S. Workers has improved and the share of Indians in permits has started to climb again. The median wage of H1B workers also matches the top 10% of US earners. The approval rate recorded sharp drops during Donald Trump’s presidency.
#Biden #TheHindu #Indian #Indians #LawGovernment #Government #News

4 weeks ago

Elon Musk shares tip for better sleep, later realises Indians have been doing that for centuries

Tesla and Space X CEO Elon Musk on Tuesday advised his more than 100 million followers on how to improve their sleep quality. Musk said raising the head of the bed by 3-5 centimetres can improve the quality of sleep. In addition, he asked his followers to avoid eating anything three hours prior to sleep.
#ElonMusk #Tesla #Indians #News

4 weeks ago

These are the best exercises to get rid of fat in the lower belly

Lower belly is a common fat reserve for both men and women. Indians generally have high visceral fat (fat surrounding the organs) Mukul Nagpaul, who is the founder of Pmftraining and is a Fit India Movement ambassador, says. There is free space between the ribs and hip bone for the fat to accumulate.
#MukulNagpaul #Pmftraining #Indians #BeautyFitness #WeightLoss

4 weeks ago

Starbucks introduces masala chai, filter coffee to woo Indians; Desis now want 'bun maska'

US-based coffee and beverage chain is set to introduce the popular street beverages masala chai and filter coffee to its India menu. Memes and funny reactions started to circulate on social media as soon as the news surfaced. The new beverages will be tested in Bengaluru, Gurgaon, Bhopal and Indore.
#Starbucks #Indians #Desis #India #FoodDrink #Beverages #CoffeeTea

4 weeks ago

Snack attack! treats for tastebuds

The Indian snacks market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 12% from 2022 to 2027. Snacking is a source of comfort and an integral facet of Indians’ love for food. The market boasts a variety of snacks available in local flavours as well as adaptations influenced by the West.
#Indian #Indians #FoodDrink #Food #SnackFoods

1 months ago