Discounted Fares For April-September Months by Indigo & SpiceJet

Indigo SpiceJet

SpiceJet and Indigo are now offering its travellers discounted fares for scheduling their travels between April and September. So, it’s high time that if you’re someone wishing to travel then you need to book your tickets now. These customer all-inclusive discounted fares will start at Rs 877 for travelling from April 1, 2021 to September 30, 2021. Cancellation charges of Rs 500 will also be applied on bookings made during this particular sale, as reported by the airlines. This is a five day sale set up by the airlines, lasting…

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The cost of this Urvashi Rautela’s dress will leave you astonished!

Urvashi Rautela

Urvashi Rautela making headlines isn’t something unusual. The glamour queen is often caught in interesting news some or the other way. Sometimes she is in the discussion due to her expensive dress, sometimes due to her hefty performance fees. Recently, it was reported that Urvashi charged four crore rupees for a small performance at a party held in Dubai. The cost of the dress she wore at the party is even more jaw-dropping!

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Why WhatsApp Is Still the Better Than Telegram and Signal?

WhatsApp vs Signal vs Telegram

After WhatsApp revealed its new privacy policy at the beginning of 2021, its 2 billion monthly users are now conflicted about using the same service or moving on to newer services like Signal and Telegram which are trying to increase the number of servers in order to accept their new users. The Facebook-acquired platform gave its users until 8 February 2021 for users to accept the new policy or delete their account. This is done in an attempt to unify the three platforms like Instagram, Facebook, and WhatsApp. Unification of the three…

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Do You Need The Vaccine If You Have Already Recovered from Covid-19?

Corona Vaccine

It has been advised by the Union health ministry that those who have recovered from COVID-19, doesn’t matter a few days ago or months ago, should also get vaccinated, as there is no certainty that for how long the natural immunity will last or how strong it is. The logic behind getting a vaccine for coronavirus is that the antibody levels begin to deplete after a few months and leaving people susceptible to catch the virus a second time (approximately three to four months after the first. It has been…

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Top 7 Solo Travel Countries to Visit on Earth You Can Explore

Solo Traveller

Sitting at home during the time of pandemic may have made you furious and anxious too. You want to step out and want to relax your mind and solo travel seems to be the only option which can offer you peace and harmony. We know that you are waiting for the right time and have already started planning to choose places where you want to go. But do not worry as we have made it easy for you to select your preferable place to mention on your must-visit place list.…

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All You Need to Know About India’s First COVID-19 Vaccination Drive: Starting from January 16

Vaccination Drive

India’s first COVID-19 vaccination drive will begin on 16 January 2021. This decision was taken by the government on a Saturday meeting where Prime Minister Narendra Modi reviewed the status of corona cases in India and the level of preparedness for it across states and union territories. But before that, there are a few queries of people which should be sorted out and some information which has to be necessarily shared among people regarding the vaccination drive. Here is everything you need to know about the covid vaccination drive: How…

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WhatsApp New Privacy Policy Know Everything About It

Whatsapp

WhatsApp has updated its privacy policy terms and all users have until 8 February 2021 to accept these terms. WhatsApp’s policy always starts with the following statement:  “Respect for privacy is coded into our DNA. Since we started WhatsApp, we’ve aspired to build our Services with a set of strong privacy principles in mind.” But the new WhatsApp New Privacy Policy terms are in motion and they make sure that WhatsApp is end-to-end encrypted. Now the app has renounced these terms and now messages can’t be seen shared with anyone…

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List of all the states where schools are reopening with strict Covid19 guidelines

Classroom

It has been almost 10 months since all the educational institutions have been shut down after the pandemic hit in the country. Still, online sessions have really helped in conducting classes but up to some extent as laboratory experiments and other courses cannot be conducted online. After evaluating the loss and wastage of time of students, the education board and the government of a few states of the country have finally decided of reopening schools and other educational institutions in their respective states. Here is the list of all the…

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How To Avail Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney Hotstar, and Zee5 Subscription For Free?

OTT Platforms

The new year has arrived and with this year, you would want to spend some time worrying less and having more fun. Also, the last year has taught us the importance of having OTT platforms. So here’s a list of how you can get Netflix, Amazon prime, Disney+Hotstar and Zee5 subscription for free. How to Get Netflix For Free? Netflix has earned more than 195 million paid subscribers amidst the pandemic. Their success rate in 2020 is no joke, many telecom companies have partnered with Netflix, especially during the pandemic…

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Bird flu threat looms amid the COVID-19 pandemic, five states confirm infection

Bird Flu

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a new infectious disease has arisen within the country. After Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, now the threat of bird flu has intensified in Himachal Pradesh and Kerala too. Hundreds of birds have been found dead in these states. Recently, Kerala has declared the bird flu as a state disaster. Union Minister Sanjeev Balayan said that the Centre has received reports of Avian influenza from five states – Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Kerala and Himachal Pradesh. In Haryana, the virus has already infected the poultry, while in…

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