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Venom 2 Full HD Free Download Online Available on Tamilrockers & Other Torrent Sites

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Venom: Let There Be Carnage or Venom 2 has been released in Indian Theaters, the much-awaited sequel has already done a great business in the US, now Indian fans shower love over this film.

Theaters are not fully opened across India, big Box Office market Maharashtra region to open soon from next week, despite this all Venom: Let There Be Carnage or the second part of Venom series has done well on Opening Day.

But what can happen with piracy sites, they always ruin commercial films, moviemakers urge not to see their hard work in these destroyers’ platforms but it’s impossible to convince all.

Marvel comic fans urge makers and distributors to be premiere this part on the streaming platforms as movie theaters are not fully allowed to open. Although, Venom: Let There Be Carnage has been released in theaters dubbed Indian versions are Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, visual effects are treated to watch in 3D, IMAX, 4DX.

So the theater audience will prefer to go to the movie theaters, but people are now habitual to watch the content online, COVID-19 made this thing new-normal in our time.

Piracy sited like Tamilrockers and others are misusing the technology and smartness, easily providing the content on their sites, Venom: Let There Be Carnage is their new victim.

Maharashtra audiences who are unable to see this movie in theaters, obviously are going to these links as the movie was anticipated, its first part Venom (2018) did good business that year.

Recently films like Doctor/ Varun Doctor which is emerging as a successful film at Box Office and others like Thalaivi, Bell Bottom were also available on these piracy sites.

Disclaimer: We never promote such pirated websites or applications. Piracy is a punishable offense under the privacy act.  Downloading the content from a piracy website is also an objectionable act.

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Joe Biden, Build Back Better and the Omicron Variant: The Week in Cartoons Nov. 29 – Dec. 3 – U.S. News & World Report

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Joe Biden, Build Back Better and the Omicron Variant: The Week in Cartoons Nov. 29 – Dec. 3  U.S. News & World Report

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Opinion | Trump’s effort to thwart the Jan. 6 committee probe takes an ominous turn as Jeffrey Clark faces contempt

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As it is, the executive privilege debate raises important questions. Biden, as sitting president, has declined Trump’s requests for its invocation. Yet Trump insists he can assert it as a former president, to keep buried information to thwart an inquiry — into an effort to disrupt a presidential election’s conclusion — that is obviously very much in the national interest.

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Blanket travel bans will not prevent spread of Omicron variant of Covid-19: World Health Organization

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Passengers wait to get tested at an airport in South Africa, the country where the Omicron variant of Covid-19 was first detected.


Passengers wait to get tested at an airport in South Africa, the country where the Omicron variant of Covid-19 was first detected.&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspReuters

Key Highlights

  • More than a dozen countries have reported cases of the new variant, which reportedly is even resistant to anti-Covid vaccines

  • Around 56 countries have supposedly re-imposed stricter travel measures, including India

Geneva: With the new, highly-contagious variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus – Omicron – spreading across the world, several countries have started imposing stricter travel guidelines in order to check the spread of the virus.

But, the World Health Organization on Tuesday warned that blanket travel bans will not prevent the spread of the Omicron strain, despite the global health watchdog classifying it as a ‘variant of concern’.

“Blanket travel bans will not prevent the international spread, and they place a heavy burden on lives and livelihoods. In addition, they can adversely impact global health efforts during a pandemic by disincentivizing countries to report and share epidemiological and sequencing data,” the WHO said in its travel advisory statement.

The WHO further said that countries should rather apply “an evidence-informed and risk-based approach” while imposing travel restrictions in the backdrop of the Omicron variant, such as screening or quarantine of international passengers.

“Measures may include screening of passengers prior to travel and/or upon arrival, and use of SARS-COV-2 testing or quarantine of international travellers after thorough risk assessment,” it said.

More than a dozen countries have reported cases of the new variant, which reportedly is even resistant to anti-Covid vaccines.

Around 56 countries have supposedly re-imposed stricter travel measures, including India.

The Indian government today advised all states and Union Territories to enhance testing and undertake effective surveillance of international travellers, adding that the new variant does not escape the RT-PCR and RAT tests. India has also extended the nationwide Covid-19 containment measures till December 31, though Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said that there are no cases of Omicron in the country so far.

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