A new study claimed Wearable devices such as smartwatches could be used to detect a higher risk of developing heart failure and irregular heart rhythms in later life. The peer-reviewed study, published in The European Heart Journal
Twitter rolls out encrypted DMs feature to verified users
Twitter has started to roll out its long-promised encrypted direct messaging (DM) feature, but it comes with a few significant limitations that may not appeal to privacy-conscious users. In order to send and receive encrypted messages,
Trailer of Modern Love Chennai out
The trailer of Modern Love Chennai, the upcoming Tamil anthology chapter of Chennai, was released by the makers on social media on Thursday. The anthology will premiere on Prime Video on May 18.
‘The Kerala Story’ to release in 37 countries on May 12
“The Kerala Story” will be released in 37 countries on May 12, the movie’s lead star Adah Sharma said on Wednesday. The film on conversion has polarised the political discourse in the country, leading to bans in some states and a tax-free status in others, and has earned Rs 56 crore
Fognini stuns Murray, to meet Arthur Fils in next round
Italian Fabio Fognini caused a big upset at home, earning his biggest win of the season when he defeated Scot Andy Murray at the Internazionali d’Italia. Fognini, a former Top 10 player, has been going through a struggle in 2023
India call-up is not far away for Rinku Singh: Harbhajan
Former spinner Harbhajan Singh is expecting young Kolkata Knight Riders left-hander Rinku Singh to earn the India cap in the shortest format sooner than later after his exploits in the current edition of the Indian Premier League.
ICC Rankings: India slips to 3rd spot
India dropped to third position behind Pakistan and three points adrift off world number one Australia in the latest ICC ODI men’s Team rankings announced on Thursday. Five-time world champions Australia improved their rating from 113 to 118
SKY was toying with RCB bowlers: Gavaskar
Sensational Suryakumar Yadav carried his red-hot form with the bat and blasted a quickfire 83 off 35 balls and young Nehal Wadhera
Need to execute our skills with bat well: Watson
Delhi Capitals assistant coach Shane Watson feels that not executing skills with the bat for a consistent period of time has been team’s bane this season, resulting in seven defeats out of 11 Indian Premier League games so far. DC,
S.Korea, Japan to hold meeting on Fukushima inspection
South Korea and Japan plan to hold working-level consultations this week to discuss details of Seoul’s inspection of Tokyo’s plan to discharge contaminated water from the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant, the Foreign Ministry here said on Thursday.