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After Indian standup comedian Raju Srivastava was admitted to hospital following a heart attack on August 10, 2022, messages of grief were shared in social media posts that claimed the star had died. The claims are false. Srivastava's business manager told AFP on August 18 that the comedian is alive and his condition is improving.The claim was shared on Facebook here on August 13, 2022."The one who made us all laugh left the world laughing. May his soul rest in peace. Om Shanti", reads the Hindi
Winds of up to 224 kilometres per hour were recorded in some areas of the Mediterranean island.
Rishi Sunak has vowed to prevent agricultural land from being covered with solar panels as he aims to persuade farmers to support his bid for the Conservative leadership.
All you need to know about the heavyweight title rematch in Saudi Arabia
Train services across Scotland will be severely disrupted on Thursday and Saturday with only a handful of services running as rail staff take further strike action.ScotRail has warned passengers a very limited number of services will run on Thursday as a result of industrial action by the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) which has been locked in an ongoing battle over pay, jobs and conditions with Network Rail.Services will operate between 7.30am and 6.30pm and ScotRail has urged passengers to check services ahead of travel and only travel if it is necessary.The operator has also warned passengers to expect disruption on Friday August 20 and Sunday August 21 following the strikes as services are restarted.RMT picket lines will be in place at Glasgow Central and Edinburgh Waverley from 7am on Thursday, with a “picket at the fringe” at 10am on Waverley bridge.
A Welsh language horror film is coming to Milford Haven.
Gregory Vooght was accused by the Metropolitan Police of flouting the pandemic restrictions, but told a court he was sitting at his desk working when officers arrived.
Linda Evangelista - one of the most famous faces of the 1990s fashion industry - has described having her face held back with tape and elastic for a photoshoot with British Vogue. The Canadian supermodel claimed that she had been left "permanently deformed" and "brutally disfigured" from a cosmetic fat freezing procedure in September last year. The 57-year-old said the CoolSculpting treatment resulted in paradoxical adipose hyperplasia, where the fatty tissue on her body increased in size rather than shrank.
‘Calls to defund the FBI are just as wrong as calls to defund the police’
Metropolitan Police Chief Superintendent Sean Wilson updates the media at the scene near Cayton Road in Greenford, west London, where Thomas O'Halloran, 87, who had been riding a mobility scooter, was stabbed to death.
North Korea and the Russian-backed separatist Donetsk region of Ukraine will develop "equally beneficial bilateral cooperation", Donetsk leader Denis Pushilin said in a letter to Kim Jong Un, North Korean state media reported on Wednesday. In July, North Korea recognised the Donetsk (DPR) and Luhansk People's Republics (LPR) in eastern Ukraine's Donbas region, as independent states. The move made North Korea only the third country after Russia and Syria to recognise the two breakaway entities.
Campaign group creates interactive map to advise locals and tourists where not to bathe
Of 1,029 entrants, 92.2% passed.
More than half a million people in Northern Ireland tuned into watch the interview with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Education Secretary says A-level grades to be 'tighter' this yearBBC breakfast
It will go on sale days before the 25th anniversary of the royal’s death
Teenage twins from North Yorkshire have said they are “over the moon” after passing their driving tests at the same time, on the same date, and in the same place.
The Girls’ Schools Association said it is ‘particularly thrilled to see girls thriving and to see boys catching up’.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Israel closed seven Palestinian organisations it accuses of channelling aid to militant groups on Thursday, drawing condemnation from the United Nations, which said the closures appeared "totally arbitrary". Security forces raided offices of the non-governmental groups in the West Bank, confiscating computers and equipment before sealing off entrances, Palestinian witnesses and officials said. The Israeli military said the groups were used by the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), a group it has designated a terrorist organisation.