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SBI, Paytm Payments Bank, PhonePe lead in UPI transactions in Feb

SBI, Paytm Payments Bank, PhonePe lead in UPI transactions in Feb

Finance
was the top remitter on the UPI platform in February, while Paytm Payments Bank led the chart in the beneficiary segment, as per data published by the National Payments Corporation of India. PhonePe topped the app category on the UPI platform in terms of volume and amount involved in the transactions that it facilitated. According to the data published by NPCI, State Bank of India (SBI) recorded 656.92 million remittance transactions in February, that is money was sent out from the bank using the UPI platform. It was followed by HDFC Bank with 207.27 million remittance transactions, Axis Bank (164.27 million), Paytm Payments Bank (149.32 million) and ICICI Bank (148.98 million). Paytm Payments Bank led the UPI beneficiary category with 389.24 million transactions, which means money was...
‘Mank,’ ‘Minari’ lead Critics Choice film nominations

‘Mank,’ ‘Minari’ lead Critics Choice film nominations

Entertainment
Feb. 8 (UPI) -- The nominees for the 26th annual Critics Choice Awards were announced on Monday, with Mank leading with 12 nominations, followed by Minari with 10. Mank is nominated for Best Picture, Best Actor for Gary Oldman, Best Supporting Actress for Amanda Seyfried, Best Director for David Fincher, Best Original Screenplay for Jack Fincher, Best Cinematography, Best Production Design, Best Editing, Best Costume Design, Best Hair and Makeup, Best Visual Effects and Best Score. Advertisement Minari is nominated for Best Picture, Best Actor for Steven Yeun, Best Supporting Actress for Yuh-Jung, Best Young Actor/Actress for Alan Kim, Best Acting Ensemble, Best Director for Lee Isaac Chung, Best Original Screenplay for Chung, Best Cinematography, Best Foreign Language Film and Best Score...
From doing yoga to charitable causes, how to lead a fulfilling life post-retirement

From doing yoga to charitable causes, how to lead a fulfilling life post-retirement

Finance
1/5Do yogaConstant monitoring and proactive action can postpone the onset of lifestyle diseases. “Today, many individuals are diagnosed with diabetes at the age of 25-30. It can be easily delayed by 10-20 years and in many cases prevented altogether with the help of diet and physical activities,” says Abhishek Shah, Cofounder and CEO, Wellthy Therapeutics. Take the case of 63-year-old retired banker Mahesh Nailwal. He has been practising yoga for the past two decades. “Regular expenses can spiral out of control if you have diabetes or other ailments. I barely need to spend money on medication thanks to my daily practice,” he explains.Getty Images2/5Keep diseases at bayPoor health results in expenses becoming unmanageable even if your postretirement income is high.” Data corroborates his cl...

Transfer news LIVE: Arsenal signing Odegaard on loan, Celtic eye Crystal Palace ace, West Ham prep £16m King bid, Manchester United lead Veron race

Sports
[unable to retrieve full-text content]talkSPORT.com rounds up all the latest football news and biggest transfer gossip with the January window in full swing. HEADLINES Premier League done deals: Every completed transfer in the 2021 January window Leicester in Christian Eriksen enquiry but Foxes not willing to meet Inter Milan outcast’s £300,000-a-week wages Arsenal to sign Martin Odegaard from Real […] talkSPORT
Australia v India: Rishabh Pant & Shubman Gill lead tourists to stunning series win

Australia v India: Rishabh Pant & Shubman Gill lead tourists to stunning series win

Sports
Australia v India, the Gabba, Brisbane (day five)Australia 369 (Labuschagne 108, Paine 50) & 294 (Smith 55, Siraj 5-73)India 336 (Thakur 67, Sundar 62; Hazlewood 5-57) & 329-7 (Gill 91, Pant 89*)India won by three wicketsScorecardIndia pulled off an astonishing run-chase to inflict Australia's first defeat at the Gabba since 1988, win the fourth Test by three wickets and take one of the all-time great series.Needing 328, a Brisbane record run-chase, the injury-hit tourists got home with three overs to spare.Shubman Gill made 91 and Rishabh Pant was unbeaten on 89.They win the series 2-1, keeping the Border-Gavaskar they won in Australia two years ago.It is perhaps one of the finest Test series wins by any away side, especially given the list of players unavailable to India by the t...