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UK revises travel policy, implies issue is India's vaccine certificate | Covishield | Oneindia News
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Covishield approved in UK, travel advisory revised after strong objections from IndiaThe UK has revised its vaccine policy for travelers from India, and Covishield jabs have been approved in the travel advisory.
J&K: Major success for security forces, three terrorists gunned down in UriAccording to officials, they had recently come into Indian territory from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK).
J&K: 3 terrorists killed in Hathlanga, huge cache of arms & ammunition recoveredThe Indian Army on Thursday killed three terrorists in Rampur sector near Uri on LoC in Jammu and Kashmir's Hathlanga. They had recently crossed over from..
Pakistan, China rattled as India set to conduct first user trial of nuclear-capable Agni-V missileExperts believe that if India fires this missile, it can attack the whole of Asia, Europe, parts of Africa.
PM Modi's s flight to US uses Pakistan airspace, here's whyAccording to government sources, India had sought permission from Pakistan regarding the usage of airspace for PM Modi's flight to the US.
Man jailed for 27 years after murdering wealthy student near Harrods in 'cowardly attack'A man has been jailed for a minimum of 27 years after murdering a wealthy Omani student and injuring his friend near Harrods in what police suspected was an..
Mercer Street: Two Europeans killed in incident on board oil tanker off Oman coast
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Retired general: I was horrified watching Trump's photo op
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UK paid out for 289 Afghan civilian deaths, analysis shows - with one family getting just £104At least 16 children are among almost 300 civilian deaths in Afghanistan that the UK government paid out compensation for, analysis suggests.
'Not good enough': Defence secretary 'pretty angry' over MoD's Afghan data breachesDefence Secretary Ben Wallace has branded the handling of data in his department "not good enough" and revealed he is "pretty angry" about breaches relating to..
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