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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been accused of lying to MPs after photos emerged of him toasting a senior aide at a Downing Street drinks event during a Covid lockdown . Separately, the pro-Pakistani separatist leader of Jammu and Kashmir, Yasin Malik, was sentenced on Wednesday to life imprisonment by a special court in Delhi.

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Photos from Johnson’s party: booze, food and music during lockdown

Johnson is among dozens of people in Downing Street who have received police fines for breaking Covid regulations since 2020 – making Number 10 the most penalized address in the whole country.

As debt service deadline approaches, Russia says payments will be made in rubles

As Russia nears its debt service payment date, the Kremlin has said it will start paying its foreign debt in rubles. Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov accused a “hostile country” of having “artificially” created the current crisis.

Jammu and Kashmir pro-Pak separatist leader Yasin Malik sentenced to life

National Special Investigation Agency (NIA) Judge Praveen Singh handed down two prison sentences in addition to 10 years rigorous imprisonment for 10 offenses and a sentence of 1 million rupees (about 12,902 US$). The judge said all sentences would be carried out simultaneously.

Google Warning: New Predator Spyware Targets Android Phones | What is that?

According to Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG), spyware named Predator targets Android devices. The University of Toronto and Citizen Labs previously published a report that exiled Egyptian politician Ayman Nour’s phone was infected with both Cytrox’s Predator and NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware, which was operated by “two clients different governments”.

Two hundred corpses found under the rubble in Mariupol: report

Workers removing the rubble of a collapsed building in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol found around 200 corpses in the basement of the building, according to an adviser to the mayor of Mariupol.

Rising Obesity in India, Falling Fertility: National Family Health Survey

The prevalence of overweight or obesity has increased in India, with almost the same percentage of obese men and women. According to the latest statistics from the National Family Health Survey (NFHS-5), the prevalence of obesity among Indians increased in 2019-21 compared to 2015-16. Nearly one in four people are overweight, compared to one in five previously.

China plans security, economic cooperation with Pacific island nations: report

According to reports, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi is set to engage Pacific island nations in cooperation related to data communication, security and policing. Reports claim that the plan also includes a free trade agreement with Pacific nations.

Salvador Ramos: What we know about a Texas school mass shooter

Texas school shooting: Gunman released on bail as lawyer insists case is not 'standard school shooting'Salvador Ramos, 18, was identified as the shooter who killed at least 19 students and two adults at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas on Tuesday. Governor Greg Abbott claimed Ramos carried out the mass shooting “in a horrific and incomprehensible manner” before being shot dead by police officers.

BCCI Secretary Jay Shah confirms VVS Laxman will be in charge of India’s T20I team for the Irish series

VVS Laxman likely to coach India on Ireland tourBCCI chief Sourav Ganguly had revealed that his former teammate and Testing specialist VVS Laxman was eager to be India’s head coach when Ravi Shastri’s tenure was due to end at the end of 2021. However , the job went to Laxman’s good friend, Rahul Dravid.

Kate Moss testifies for Johnny Depp: He never pushed me down the stairs

This will radically change the case. Model Kate Moss testified in the ongoing Johnny Depp-Amber Heard libel case on Wednesday and dismissed Heard’s claim that the actor was pushed down the stairs.