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PM Narendra Modi Twitter profile photo just got changed; take a look

The reason behind this big change in the Twitter profile photo of PM Narendra Modi was that India had just recorded a major achievement - it has administered over 100 crore COVID-19 vaccinations so far. The changed PM Modi Twitter profile photo could be seen on Friday.

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This WhatsApp redesign to make watching videos a lot easier

WhatsApp is testing a new design for the Picture-in-Picture video mode with well-designed controls and a larger viewing screen. Now, watching WhatsApp videos from YouTube, Facebook and Instagram will become easier for users.

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Oklahoma State to move on without No. 1 pick Cade Cunningham

Oklahoma State will learn much about where its men’s basketball program stands now that Cade Cunningham is in Detroit after being the top pick in the 2021 NBA draft

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Beard builds transfer-heavy lineup for debut at No. 5 Texas

New coach Chris Beard leads No. 5 Texas into his first season with a lineup built through the transfer portal

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Very different No. 8 Baylor sees chance to repeat as champs

Baylor's roster has changed drastically since the team won the national championship in April

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Rebuilt bunch of Jayhawks eye NCAA Tournament retribution

No. 3 Kansas rebuilt just about its entire roster after an embarrassing loss to Southern California in the second round of the NCAA Tournament

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K-State aims for big bounceback after 9 wins last season

Kansas State won 25 games and reached its third straight NCAA Tournament a few years ago, but graduations left the Wildcats rebuilding

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Rajniesh Duggall: One needs extremely positive people around them during such times

During his stay in Kashmir for the shoot of a web project, actor Rajniesh Duggal says he made the most of the surroundings while maintaining all protocols.

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Sonu Sood on pandemic: I think people still take Covid lightly

On the personal front, Sonu Sood has been tagged as the messiah who helped millions across the country, and Indians stuck abroad, amid the pandemic

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Akshay Kumar performs Bala step with Ranveer Singh, latter ends up hurting himself. Watch

Akshay Kumar has shared a video of him performing the Bala step with Ranveer Singh. It also has a warning attached.

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Anushka Sharma is all smiles as she sports no-makeup look in new pic from UAE

Anushka Sharma dropped a new picture from the UAE. Check it out here.

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Halyna Hutchins: Fans pay tribute to cinematographer fatally shot in prop gun misfire by Alec Baldwin

Fans are paying tribute to cinematographer Halyna Hutchins who died after Alec Baldwin misfired a prop gun on the set of his film Rust. Sante Fe County deputies were called to the set of Rust at the Bonanza Creek Ranch on Thursday (21 October) afternoon. The sheriff’s office revealed that two people had been shot, including 42-year-old cinematographer Hutchins, who was taken to the University of New Mexico Hospital by helicopter where she died. Her death was confirmed by the International Cinematographers Guild, Local 600. Rust director Joul Souza was also injured in the accidental shooting and, as per the police, is undergoing treatment at Christus St Vincent’s hospital. Officials say that an investigation is underway into how and what projectile was discharged from the prop gun during the fatal incident. No one has been arrested and no charges have been filed so far, the office said. Following news of her death, film fans and actors have paid tribute to Hutchins. “Halyna Hutchins last couple of posts showed how excited she was to be working on this Alec Baldwin western, and then it ends in tragedy. So sad. RIP,” wrote one user, accompanied by four photographs shared by Hutchins on Instagram prior to her death. Another person added: “I just wanted to share some stills of Halyna Hutchins’ work and take a moment to appreciate how ridiculously difficult it is to become a DOP [director of photography] in the film industry, especially as a woman. We’ve lost an incredible artist today.” Screenwriter C Robert Cargill – who has worked on films including Sinister and The Black Phone starring Ethan Hawke – called Hutchins’ death a “tragic loss”. “I loved Halyna Hutchins’ work so much,” wrote Cargill on Twitter. “It’s not only a traffic loss for cinema but to so many of you I know who worked with her. You and her family are all in my thoughts tonight. I’m heartbroken for you all.” A fourth person wrote: “Seeing way too many pictures of Alec Baldwin and not enough of the cinematographer Halyna Hutchins who lost her life. Almost 3 decades since Brandon Lee how does this happen smh.” Lee – the son of late action star Bruce Lee – was killed on the set of The Crow in 1993 after an actor fired a gun that he believed to be loaded with blanks. Suicide Squad director James Gunn added: “My greatest fear is that someone will be fatally hurt on one of my sets. I pray this will never happen. My heart goes out to all of those affected by the tragedy today on Rust, especially Halyna Hutchins & her family.” True Blood star Joe Manganiello wrote that he is “in shock”. “I was so lucky to have had Halyna Hutchins as my DP on Archenemy. An incredible & great person,” wrote the actor. “I can’t believe this could happen in this day and age… gunfire from a prop gun could kill a crew member? What a horrible tragedy. My heart goes out to her family.” “More than enough coverage of Alec Baldwin, nowhere near enough of the victim Halyna Hutchins,” wrote someone else. “A life ended far too early. Can’t believe this has happened again.” Read More Alec Baldwin shooting – update: Actor fatally shoots cinematographer and injures director with prop gun Rust: Alec Baldwin ‘discharged’ gun that killed one and injured another on movie set Rust: Woman dead and another injured after prop gun misfires on set of Alec Baldwin movie Kate Beckinsale says her high IQ is a ‘handicap’ in Hollywood Halle Berry told X-Men director Bryan Singer to ‘kiss my Black ass’ Uncharted trailer offers first look at Tom Holland as Nathan Drake

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Kendrick Lamar fans think new music is on its way after spotting updated Spotify photo

Kendrick Lamar fans are convinced that new music is coming after spotting a clue on the rapper’s Spotify page. In August, the “Humble” rapper announced that he was working on his final album with Top Dawg Entertainment, which will be a follow up to the critically acclaimed 2017 record Damn. After his performance at the 2022 Super Bowl Halftime Show was revealed earlier this month, fans had speculated that new music must be imminent. On Thursday (21 October), eagle-eyed fans noticed that the musician had updated his artist image on Spotify, leading them to believe that a new era was incoming more than four years after Damn. “Kendrick has changed his spotify PFP,” one fan noticed, with the new black and white image showing Lamar wearing a hoodie and touching his lip. “Kendrick Lamar changed his profile picture for the first time since 2017 on Spotify. New album might be dropping tomorrow (22 October),” another Twitter user theorised. Friday marks the nine-year anniversary Lamar’s album good kid, m.A.A.d city. “Wait holy s*** they weren’t lying about Kendrick Spotify layout changing…..” one tweet read. The Independent has contacted Lamar’s representatives for comment. Some social media users also said that they had seen unverified “leaked” tracks circulating online, although these are not confirmed. Lamar will perform at the Super Bowl next year alongside Dr Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem and Mary J Blige as the sporting event comes to Los Angeles. Read More ABBA Voyage: How to get tickets Adele reveals her prized possession is a piece of Celine Dion’s chewing gum Noel Gallagher shares origin of feud with Liam that led to Oasis split Ye spotted in prosthetic mask at JFK Adele clears up tea controversy sparked by Hello music video UK Music calls for government action as report says pandemic cost one in three jobs

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Golf-Matsuyama defies Chiba rain to lead Zozo Championship

(Reuters) - Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama will take a one-stroke lead into the weekend at the Zozo Championship after shooting

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How did trained dogs miss Brian Laundrie's remains? Conspiracy grows around truth

Former cop dubs discovery of remains 'highly suspicious' after noting trained cadaver dogs searched the area, internet joins in with other claims

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Himachal BJP expels Jubbal Kotkhai block unit president, 12 office-bearers

Expelled for six years for resigning from block unit on October 15 in support of rebel candidate Chetan Bragta in run-up to October 30 byelection

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Arsenal vs Aston Villa prediction: How will Premier League fixture play out tonight?

Mikel Arteta wants to see an improvement from Arsenal in terms of their ability to withstand pressure and dictate how matches unfold, particularly once ahead. That lack of control was in evidence against Crystal Palace, where they had to come from behind to secure a late point and he made reference to what needs to be done. "After the goal we didn't manage the game well enough. We didn't have composure or control. The game was stretched. You have uncertainty, you have to defend deep,” he said. Their next chance to put matters right comes against Aston Villa on Friday night, with Dean Smith’s team one point and one place further back in the Premier League table and similarly seeking to find consistency. Villa blew a two-goal lead against Wolves last time out, conceding three in the final 10 minutes after what had been a decent all-round performance. Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the game. When is the match? The game kicks off at 8pm BST on Friday 22 October at the Emirates Stadium. Where can I watch it? The match will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League and Ultra HD. Subscribers can stream the match via the Sky Go app. If you’re not a Sky customer you can grab a NOWTV Day Pass here to watch without a subscription. We may earn commission from some of the links in this article, but we never allow this to influence our content. What is the team news? Granit Xhaka remains sidelined for Arsenal and there are question marks over Bukayo Saka and Keiran Tierney, who both took knocks on Monday night against Palace. Leon Bailey should be back in the squad and Matty Cash is fit after a minor leg injury so is likely to start. Trezeguet is out injured. Predicted line-ups ARS - Ramsdale, Tomiyasu, White, Gabriel, Tierney, Thomas, Lokonga, Odegaard, Smith Rowe, Aubameyang, Lacazette AST - Martinez; Konsa, Mings, Tuanzebe, Cash, McGinn, Luiz, Targett, Buendia, Ings, Watkins Odds Arsenal Evens Draw 11/4 Aston Villa 16/5 Prediction Arsenal to just about edge a match between two sides who seem to feel they should be punching well above where they are right now - but haven’t shown any real reason to take those ambitions seriously as yet. Arsenal 2-1 Aston Villa.

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Body of drowned child found in Marikina River

The body of a drowned child was recovered from the Marikina river on Friday, Oct. 22. The Marikina City Rescue 161 (MCR161) received a call on Wednesday, Oct. 20, about a child that drowned in the river near the vicinity of Barangay Tumana. An MCR161 Search and Rescue team and a Bureau of Fire Protection Special Rescue unit were immediately dispatched to search for the child. MCR161 operatives found the child’s body near the Marikit Floating Stage in Sta. Elena at approximately 11:08 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 22. By Seth Cabanban

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15,786 Fresh COVID-19 Cases in India, Death Toll at 4,53,042

Meanwhile, India's recovery rate stands at 98.16 percent, the highest since March 2020.

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UPSC 2021 NDA 2 Exam: Admit Card Expected To Be Released Soon

Candidates must check upsc.gov.in between 22 October 2021 and 31 October 2021 to check their 2021 NDA 2 admit cards.

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Covid news – live: Booster jab interval could be cut to five months by ministers as daily cases top 50,000

Ministers are reportedly mulling whether to cut the interval between booster jabs and a second dose of a coronavirus vaccine from six months to five, as the race between inoculations and infections intensifies. With former health secretary Jeremy Hunt among those to have called for “more flexibility” in the winter rollout, Boris Johnson said the time period between jabs was an “extremely important point” and stressed the need to “keep going as fast as possible”. It came as the UK reported more than 50,000 cases in a single day, which – save for two days in July – has not happened since January, when the emergence of the Alpha variant led to an average of more than 1,000 deaths per day across that month. Despite the country recording an average of 130 deaths each day this week, at the most recent count, care minister Gillian Keegan insisted the fatality rate remains “very low”. Read More Anti-vaxxers serve ‘legal documents’ citing ‘Nuremberg Code’ to NHS hospital staff Boris Johnson blames people not getting booster jabs for slow rollout NHS hospital declares ‘critical incident’ as demand higher ‘than any time during pandemic’

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U.K. Grocer Sainsbury’s Ends Talks on Selling Bank Unit

(Bloomberg) -- J Sainsbury Plc said it ended talks on selling its banking services unit as the discussions wouldn’t reward

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