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Next Vice President: EC issues certificate of election to Dhankhar        Take prompt action to prevent disasters during monsoons: Kerala HC to state govt        Maruti Suzuki aims to produce 20 lakh units this fiscal: Chairman RC Bhargava        Active Covid cases in country increase to 1,34,933        US, Australia, Japan urge China to immediately cease military exercises        Israeli airstrike kills 2nd top Islamic Jihad commander        Stage set for Amit Shah's maiden Odisha visit after becoming home minister        Boxers Nikhat, Amit Panghal, Sagar storm into finals        India's 2nd monkeypox patient tested negative: Veena George        UCO Bank clocks over 21 pc growth in Q1 FY 2023        CWG: Bajrang Punia clinches gold in men's 65kg        CWG: Sindhu, Srikanth ease into quarterfinals        Death toll after Israeli airstrike in Gaza strip rises to 7        Thai nightclub fire kills at least 14, injures dozens        Union Minister calls Rahul 'fake Gandhi'        Democracy being killed: Rahul as Cong leaders are detained        RBI hikes repo rate by 50 bps, retains FY23 growth forecast at 7.2 pc        Credit to Rohit and Dravid for ensuring increased security and freedom for players: Hardik        Govt cuts windfall tax on diesel, ATF export; raises levy on domestic crude oil        Pelosi says US will not abandon Taiwan as China protests        
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International News
Japan reports rise in Dolphins attacking people
 
Tokyo: A beach in the Japanese city of Fukui has seen an increase in dolphin attacks on people, Japanese media reported on Saturday.

According to the NHK broadcaster, two people complained on Friday about being bitten by dolphins. Due to the attacks, the beach was temporarily closed on the same day.

The city authorities have increased the number of buoys and are trying to use ultrasound to scare dolphins away. At the same time, the city noted that beachgoers often try touching dolphins or even riding them and urged people not to approach and watch them from the shore instead.

There was also an earlier case when a dolphin chased a diver at the depth of 6 meters (20 feet) trying to bite the diver's equipment. The diver managed to escape when the dolphin had to resurface for air.


US, Australia, Japan urge China to immediately cease military exercises
Israeli airstrike kills 2nd top Islamic Jihad commander
Death toll after Israeli airstrike in Gaza strip rises to 7
Thai nightclub fire kills at least 14, injures dozens
Pelosi says US will not abandon Taiwan as China protests
Biden again tested positive for Covid-19 : White House
Florence Airport temporarily suspends ops
Rishi Sunak, Liz Truss neck and neck after first TV debate clash
Sri Lanka to restrict fuel imports for one year amid worst economic crisis: Minister
Ukrainian forces move towards Russia-occupied Kherson
National security at stake: Biden over climate change
France fights spreading wildfires as heat wave fries Europe
Imran reiterates demand for fresh elections
Sri Lanka's acting Prez declares state of emergency
Sri Lanka reduces fuel prices amidst shortages
Helicopter crash in New Mexico kills 4
Cargo plane crashes in Greece
Pakistan: Women's entry banned in tourist places in Bajaur
Sri Lanka presidential candidates get ready for crucial elections
Over 50 US-Japanese warplanes put on show of force: Report
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS
RRR can hit theatres on Holi
 Mumbai, SS Rajamouli's much-anticipated "RRR" is ready to hit threatres if Covid surge ends and full  
King Khan returns to Insta after months of silence
Celebrity couple Dhanush-Aishwarya Rajinikanth part ways
Preity Zinta enjoys "Ghar ki Kheti"
KERALA NEWS
Take prompt action to prevent disasters during monsoons: Kerala HC to state govt
 Kochi, Aug 7 (PTI) The Kerala High Court has said the state government has to "take proper and promp
India's 2nd monkeypox patient tested negative: Veena George
‘Flood tourism’ will not be permitted: Minister
Fifth case of monkeypox reported from Kerala
NATIONAL NEWS
Next Vice President: EC issues certificate of election to Dhankhar
 New Delhi, Aug 7 (PTI) The Election Commission on Sunday issued a certificate announcing the electio
Active Covid cases in country increase to 1,34,933
Union Minister calls Rahul 'fake Gandhi'
Democracy being killed: Rahul as Cong leaders are detained
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