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"The Exhaustion Is Unreal": Kriti Kharbanda Is Back To Pole Dancing And How

"The Exhaustion Is Unreal": Kriti Kharbanda Is Back To Pole Dancing And How

Written by Nilanjana Basu | Tuesday June 22, 2021, New Delhi

"The satisfaction and happiness is something else," wrote Kriti Kharbanda

UK On Track To End Lockdown On July 19, Says Health Minister

UK On Track To End Lockdown On July 19, Says Health Minister

Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 22, 2021, London

The UK is on track to lift all COVID-19 lockdown restrictions on July 19 as the data on deaths and hospitalisation from coronavirus looks encouraging , the UK's health minister Matt Hancock said on Tuesday.

Delhi Logs 134 New Covid Cases In 24 Hours, Positivity Rate 0.2 Per Cent

Delhi Logs 134 New Covid Cases In 24 Hours, Positivity Rate 0.2 Per Cent

Reported by Sharad Sharma, Edited by Sumana Nandy | Tuesday June 22, 2021, New Delhi

Delhi today reported 134 new cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours with eight fatalities, the government's health bulletin showed. With this, Delhi's total caseload has now reached 14,32,778.

Top 5 Highlights: Hero Xtreme 160R

Top 5 Highlights: Hero Xtreme 160R

Written by Kingshuk Dutta | Tuesday June 22, 2021

It definitely looks good, and rides well too. The new Hero Xtreme 160R has what it takes to make it the best in its class. Here are top five highlights of Hero's premium commuter motorcycle.

Come For A "Friendly" Visit, Not To Probe Xinjiang Allegations: China To UN Body Chief

Come For A "Friendly" Visit, Not To Probe Xinjiang Allegations: China To UN Body Chief

Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 22, 2021, Beijing

China on Tuesday politely declined UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet's call for a meaningful access to verify the serious reports of human rights violations in the restive region of Xinjiang.

Delhi Government Declares Class 9, Class 11 Results, Here's Direct Link

Delhi Government Declares Class 9, Class 11 Results, Here's Direct Link

Edited by Bishal Kalita | Tuesday June 22, 2021

According to the Delhi Directorate of Education, 80.3 per cent students of Class 9 and 96.9 per cent students of Class 11 have been promoted.

'If There Is Any Fatality, We Will Hold State Government Responsible', Supreme Court Tells Andhra Pradesh

'If There Is Any Fatality, We Will Hold State Government Responsible', Supreme Court Tells Andhra Pradesh

Reported by Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 22, 2021

At the outset, advocate Mahfooz Nazki, appearing for the state, said the government has till now decided to hold the examination but the final decision will be taken in the first week of July.

Samsung Galaxy M22 to Debut With 25W Fast Charging Support, US FCC Site Suggests

Samsung Galaxy M22 to Debut With 25W Fast Charging Support, US FCC Site Suggests

Jagmeet Singh | Tuesday June 22, 2021

Samsung Galaxy M22 will launch with 25W fast charging support, the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) site has suggested. The phone the model number SM-M225FV/DS has apparently received a certification from the US FCC.

Kerala High Court Stays Lakshadweep Administration's Meat Ban In Schools

Kerala High Court Stays Lakshadweep Administration's Meat Ban In Schools

Written by Sneha Mary Koshy , Edited by Harish Pullanoor | Tuesday June 22, 2021, Thiruvananthapuram

The Lakshadweep administration's decision to, among other things, remove meat from school menus and shut down dairy farms had sparked a wave of furore. The High Court has now stayed the decision till the Centre files an affidavit on the matter.

''Not UFO'': Expert On Mysterious Lights Sighted In Gujarat Sky

''Not UFO'': Expert On Mysterious Lights Sighted In Gujarat Sky

Asian News International | Tuesday June 22, 2021, Gandhinagar

Mysterious rows of bright blinking lights gliding across the sky were sighted in Gujarat's Junagadh and the surrounding region on Monday night, triggering speculation of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs).

Tokyo Games: "There Can't Be Any Discrimination," Says Kiren Rijiju On Additional COVID Restriction For India's Olympic-Bound

Tokyo Games: "There Can't Be Any Discrimination," Says Kiren Rijiju On Additional COVID Restriction For India's Olympic-Bound

Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 22, 2021

With just a month left for the Tokyo Olympic Games, Sports Minister Kiren Riji has said, "there can't be any discrimination" with Indian Olympic-bound on additional COVID restrictions.

Aligarh Muslim University Begins Application Process For PG Programmes

Aligarh Muslim University Begins Application Process For PG Programmes

Written by Mridusmita Deka | Tuesday June 22, 2021

AMU Admission 2021: Students seeking admission to Aligarh Muslim University programmes can apply online at the university website -- amucontrollerexams.com by July 20.

Will hold Andhra Responsible For Even 1 Fatality: Court On Class 12 Exams

Will hold Andhra Responsible For Even 1 Fatality: Court On Class 12 Exams

Reported by A Vaidyanathan, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Tuesday June 22, 2021, New Delhi

The Andhra Pradesh government -- which has been keen on holding physical exams for Class 12 boards -- has been given a warning and two days' time to take a decision on the matter by the Supreme Court

Rahul-Anjali's Iconic Scene From <i> Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham</i> Sparks Meme Fest On Twitter

Rahul-Anjali's Iconic Scene From Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham Sparks Meme Fest On Twitter

Edited by NDTV Newsdesk | Tuesday June 22, 2021

Even after 20 years, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham's enduring popularity has ensured that Twitter users are still making memes on it.

Hero MotoCorp To Increase Prices Of Its Two-Wheelers From July 2021

Hero MotoCorp To Increase Prices Of Its Two-Wheelers From July 2021

Edited by Kingshuk Dutta | Tuesday June 22, 2021

Hero MotoCorp has announced that it will increase the prices of its two-wheelers by a quantum of up to Rs. 3,000 across India from July 1, 2021.