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Oil slips as demand stresses offset seeks after improvement

Oil costs fell on Tuesday as demand concerns driven by COVID-19 exceeded trusts that U.S. legislators and the White House were approaching an agreement on another stimulus package to restore the world’s greatest economy. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) rough fates slipped 17 pennies, or 0.4%, to $40.43 at 0120 GMT, while Brent unrefined fates…

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Fossilized leaves from the Jurassic period found by geologists in Jharkhand

Geologists have discovered fossilized leaves, assessed to be around 150-200 million years of age, in Jharkhand’s Sahibganj district. Several 20 cm by 5 cm fossilized leaves of class Ptilophyllum have been found in Dudhkol mountain in Taljhari region on Saturday and further removal is in progress, lead geologist aide teacher Ranjit Kumar Singh of Sahibganj…

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BSM to host online concert out of appreciation for guitarist Julian Bream

The Bangalore School of Music in association with Calcutta Classical Guitar Society will honor legendary guitarist Julian Bream, who passed away a month ago, with a YouTube concert on September 27. Bream, who was presented the title Commander of the British Empire in 1985, was instrumental in nurturing generations of classical guitarists around the world.…

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Aravani Art Project produces alive the ‘Story of Bangalore’ or ‘Bengaluru Kathegalu’ through art

There is a new addition to the Bengaluru cityscape. The façade of the Museum of Art and Photography (MAP) on Kasturba Road, which is under construction, has been changed into an enormous, brilliant mural. The project was rejuvenated more than 10 days by Aravani Art Project, a city-based cis and transwomen art collective. The artwork…

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Ankita Raina withdraws from French Open qualifiers after defeat by Japan’s Kurumi Nara

Ankita Raina couldn’t go past the second round at the French Open qualifiers, enduring a straight set defeat against Japan’s Kurumi Nara, here on Thursday. Ankita, India’s top singles player, lost the second round contest 3-6 2-6 in one hour and 21 minutes. “It (match) was not bad. I had chances in my service game…

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