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UK bans export of Tipu Sultan’s gun

Britain has banned the export of an 18th-century gun made for Tipu Sultan, the ruler of Mysuru. The cost of this flintlock gun is 2 million pounds.

Mayawati came forward in support of wrestlers

National President of Bahujan Samaj Party Mayawati has supported the wrestling players performing at Jantar Mantar in Delhi. Said that they are compelled to agitate. The central government must come forward to provide justice to these daughters.

Rahul Gandhi claims Karnataka will repeat in Madhya Pradesh, will win 150 seats

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said that the party is going to repeat in Madhya Pradesh what it did in Karnataka. The party will win 150 seats in the state this year.

Earthquake tremors in Assam, magnitude 4.4 on the Richter scale

Earthquake tremors were felt in Assam on Monday, whose intensity was measured at 4.4 on the Richter scale.

President Murmu administered the oath of office to Praveen Srivastava as CVC.

Vigilance Commissioner Praveen Kumar Srivastava was today sworn in as the Central Vigilance Commissioner by President Draupadi Murmu.

PM Modi flags off Assam’s first Vande Bharat Express targets previous governments for ignoring Northeast

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday flagged off Assam’s first Vande Bharat Express through video conferencing, which will connect Guwahati to New Jalpaiguri.

Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni arrives in India on his first official visit

Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni arrived in New Delhi on Monday on his first state visit to India.

At the railway station near Dhanbad, eight were burnt alive, a dozen scorched

According to media reports, a very painful accident has happened at the Nichitpur rail gate between Dhanbad Gomo of the Howrah-New Delhi rail route. Eight people were burnt alive after coming under the grip of high-tension wire, while more than a dozen people were badly burnt.

Seven students of Assam Engineering College were killed in a Guwahati road accident

According to media reports, seven students of Assam Engineering College were killed and six others injured in a road accident in Guwahati on Monday.

Rain is likely to continue in Jammu and Kashmir till June 2

The weather remained dry in Jammu and Kashmir during the last 24 hours. The Meteorological Department has said that intermittent light to moderate rain is likely to continue till June 2.

Rahul will talk to entrepreneurs and leaders during his visit to America

Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi will attend several events in San Francisco, Washington DC and New York and interact with universities, entrepreneurs, civil society, politicians and others during his visit to the US from Monday. This information was given by the Indian Overseas Congress (IOC).

Bajrang Punia accuses ‘IT Cell’ of circulating morphed pictures of wrestlers

Tokyo Olympics bronze medalist Bajrang Punia on Sunday shared a photoshopped picture of the detained wrestlers, claiming it was being promoted by the ‘IT cell’ amid strong criticism from the Delhi Police for detaining protesting wrestlers. Is.

Israel strikes Syrian military bases

Israeli warplanes attacked military targets in Damascus overnight, causing significant damage.

25% lower risk of Parkinson’s disease in women who exercise

One study showed that women who engage in cycling, walking, gardening, cleaning and participating in sports or regular exercise can reduce their risk of developing Parkinson’s disease by almost 25 per cent.

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