Can you identify this bird?

This picture was taken around two weeks ago. The shining specks are tiny, floating, spider-like insects (probably fruit flies) in early morning sunlight. The bird seemed to be eating them. what's this bird called? Sulphur Bellied WarblerIt’s a small bird.  What's this bird called? Sulphur Bellied Warbler, Gurgaon, Nikon 70 300 VR II, Nikon D7000Seen again, two mornings later,

What's this bird called? Sulphur Bellied Warbler

The yellow-white stripe above the eye makes it look like it is frowning🙂

What's this bird called? Sulphur Bellied Warbler.

Sulphur Bellied Warbler, Gurgaon,

Sulphur Bellied Warbler, Gurgaon, HaryanaIs this a Green Warbler? [Green Warbler (Phylloscopus nitidus)] Or Geenish Warbler? Is it a Tailor Bird?

Update: I think it is Sulphur Bellied Warbler. Thank You Mir and TRR!

Also called, Indian Dusky Warbler, Jerdon’s Warbler, Olivaceous Leaf Warbler, Olivaceous Leaf-Warbler, Olivaceous Warbler, Olivaceous Willow Warbler, Olivaceous Willow-Warbler, Sulphur Warbler, Sulphur-bellied Leaf Warbler, Sulphur-bellied Willow Warbler (Link)

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