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Whatsapp: Transfer Your CHAT To New Phone



WhatsApp has become an indispensable part of people’s lives. WhatsApp users exchange important messages and media that more often than not comes in handy at a later time or date. Users can restore their old chats on WhatsApp if they get a new phone, provided that they maintain the same number and have backed up their chats in Google Drive. Users can also restore locally backed up data, but WhatsApp notes that the phone stores up to the last seven days worth of local backup files.

To restore chats on WhatsApp users can follow the given steps:

— Uninstall and reinstall WhatsApp.
— Open WhatsApp and confirm your number.
— Users will get a prompt to restore chats and media from Google Drive.
— Tap on restore.
— Tap Next once the messages are restored. WhatsApp restores media files after your chats are restored.
Users can choose to not back up their chats and media on Google Drive and back it up on a local backup file. Local backups are automatically created every day at 2 AM and saved as a file in the user’s phone.

The phone will store up to the last seven days worth of local backup files.

To backup locally stored data, users can transfer files to the new phone using a computer, file explorer or SD card. WhatsApp notes that data can be stored in the SD card, WhatsApp folder and users might see “internal storage” or “main storage” folders.

To delete all chats from WhatsApp, users can follow the given steps:

-Open. WhatsApp
— Go to Menu from top right
— Select Settings > Chats > Delete All Chats.
— Enter your phone number > tap Delete All Chats.
This will delete all individual chats from. user’s chats tab. and not the group chats and users will still be part of them unless they exit the group.

To delete an individual chat:

— In the chats tab, go on the contact chat you want to delete.
— Tap More from the three dots on the right.
— Select Clear or Delete Chat > Delete Chat.
To delete a group chat, you first need to exit the group:

— In the chats tab, enter the group chat you want to delete.
— Tap More > Exit group > Exit group.
— Swipe left or long press on the group chat you want to exit from > tap Delete Group > Delete Group.


One dead, Two injured in road accident




A local ailing elderly woman died while her son and daughter-in-law were injured after the ambulance they were on board skidded off the road and fell into Chakwah stream near Batote on Kishtwar-Batote highway in Jammu’s Doda district on Saturday, officials said.

As per a police spokesperson, the accident took place at about 1645 hrs this afternoon at chakwa nullah near Batote when the ambulence bearing registration number JK06/ 8241 on way from GMC Doda to SKIMS Srinagar skidded off the road and plunged into the deep nullah.

While confirming the incident, SHO Batote, Ranjeet Singh told Greater Kashmir that soon after receiving the information, a rescue operation was launched but the ill woman, Haseena Begum, 73, wife of Late Bhadar Malik, a resident of Tantna in tehsil Gondan of Doda district, had died on the spot.

Two of her attendents-her son Mohammad Amin Malik, 35 and his wife Farida Begum, 32- received injuries in the accident, Singh said.

The couple has been shifted to CHC Batote for treatment, he added.

Reports said that the driver of the ambulance, who received minor injuries in the accident, escaped from the spot while police has taken cognizance of the incident.


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Tokyo Olympics 2020: Sumit Nagal creates history with THIS record after 25 years




India’s lone hope in men’s tennis singles Sumit Nagal powered to a 6-4, 6-7(6), 6-4 win over Denis Istomin of Uzbekistan in the first round of the Tokyo Olympics at the Ariake Tennis Court on Saturday.

Nagal’s win was the first for an Indian men’s singles tennis player at the Olympics since Leander Paes’ bronze medal-winning run at Atlanta 1996.

Nagal won the first set 6-4 in 42 minutes but lost the second set in tie-breaker in 71 minutes. He, however, came back to win the final set in 41 minutes with a 6-4 margin.

The 34-year-old Istomin, ranked 197th in the world was no match to his 23-year-old Indian opponent who is ranked 37 places above him.

Nagal was more agile and covered the court better.

Istomin fired 17 aces against eight by Nagal. The Indian also committed more double faults with nine against three.

However, it was in break-points and forced errors that Nagal was better than his Uzbek opponent.

Istomin committed 32 forced errors to Nagal’s 17. The Indian also won 10 out of 10 net points while his opponent won just five out of nine.

Nagal managed to convert four out of the five break-points he got – 80% conversion — while Istomin could convert only two out of the 14 he had got – 14% conversion.


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Mirabai Chanu Wins India’s First Medal At Tokyo Olympics




Weightlifter Mirabai Chanu opened India’s medal tally at the Tokyo Olympics after winning a silver medal in the women’s 49 kg category.

The 26-year-old lifted a total of 202 kg, with 87 kg in snatch and 115 kg in clean and jerk.

China’s Zhihui Hou won the gold medal by lifting a total of 210 kg.

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