Kannada Actress Swathi Sathish Gets Swollen Face After Root Canal Surgery Goes Wrong

She claimed that the doctor provided incomplete information and incorrect medication about the treatment. The Kannada actress became almost unrecognizable with a swollen face after her root canal surgery went wrong. Facial beauty and appearance are important qualities for actors and actresses. So when something happens to their face, it can be detrimental to their … Read more

Singapore President launches new Indian organisation

By Lee Kah WhyeSingapore, May 16 (ANI): Last week, at an event attended by Indian business and community leaders, a new Indian organization was born in Singapore. The Federation of Singapore Indian Organizations or FSIO under the auspices of the Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI), was officially launched at a gala dinner … Read more

Chinese high-cost loans prime culprit for Lankan economic woes

Colombo [Sri Lanka]April 19 (ANI): Sri Lanka’s current economic crisis does not appear to be easing due to its heavy reliance on Chinese loans and its inability to repay debts amid a state of emergency and intense protests in the island nation. The emergence of Covid and the consequent collapse of the tourism sector are … Read more

brahmos: BrahMos unit chief, others may face action over ‘misfire’ | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: The commander (CO) of the BrahMos unit, which “accidentally fired” the supersonic cruise missile that crashed 124 km inside Pakistan on March 9, and some others are likely to be subject to disciplinary action for the severe shutdown that could have triggered a retaliation from across the border. The investigative court (CoI) has … Read more

Metaverse funds may face Sebi hurdle

MUMBAI : Three new proposals from Indian asset managers to launch so-called ‘metaverse funds’, focusing on investments in metaverse, blockchain and internet of things (IoT) technology themes, may face regulatory barriers. “If any fund has an underlying that is not recognized as a security under the Sebi Act, the regulator will not clear it. As … Read more

Companies likely to face stiff queries from GST authorities

Companies need to prepare for some tough questions from the tax authorities for goods and services, as they are starting to review returns for the first time since the new indirect tax scheme was launched in 2017. On Sunday, the Central Board of Indirect Taxes & Customs (CBIC) rolled out a computer-assisted automatic selection of … Read more

BTS: Injured Jin Almost Gets Hit In The Face, Flower Hits Suga At PTD Las Vegas Concert; ARMYs Furious

BTS fans on social media are understandably furious after videos of BTS members were seen trying to avoid things thrown at them during Permission To Dance On Stage in Las Vegas appeared online. On Saturday night, BTS members RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook knocked down the house with their insane performances. As … Read more

GOP’s energy promises face limits in Pa. governor’s race

By MARC LEVY – Associated Press HARRISBURG, PA (AP) – Republican Bill McSwain promises to be an energy-friendly governor by “tapping on natural gas.” Another hopeful, Dave White, says he wants Pennsylvania “to be the world energy capital.” A third candidate, Lou Barletta, says having an abundance of natural gas in the ground without a … Read more

Ayesha Takia and husband Farhan Azmi face racism at Goa airport; latter accuses airport officer ‘physically touched’ wife and passed ‘sexual comment’ while frisking him – Times of India

Actress Ayesha Takia and her entrepreneur Farhan Azmi had an outrageous experience at Goa airport when they traveled with their son. According to Farhan, two senior security officials sent racist and sexual comments against them and even physically touched his wife. Farhan took to Twitter to share the test when he slammed security at Goa … Read more

What happened to Howard’s battlers? The changing face of western Sydney

In 2019, Mrs McIntosh Lindsay from Labor won with a decisive 6% turn. The strong support for the Liberals there, and in other out-of-town voters, led the party’s elder Alexander Downer to claim that Prime Minister Scott Morrison had “brought back the Howard fighters.” Morrison traveled to Lindsay’s constituency to campaign the day after Parliament … Read more