Pune added 721 fresh cases of Covid-19, taking the case tally to 3,18,329 , with as many 39 patients dead by virus and dead toll has touched 7,386 in the district.
The most awaited football league on the planet returned this week. The UEFA Champions League 2020/21 began with some mouth watering fixtures and surprising results
Good news for Indian cricket lovers as Australian government gave a go ahead to India’s tour of Australia. Indian team will travel directly to Australia as soon as the IPL ends in Dubai.
Talk and support is growing within the government to start a talk on trade deal with Taiwan as both the countries relations with China are not healthy.
Only Aston Villa and AC Milan continued their perfect start for the season after the International break. Both have won all their opening matches of their respective leagues.
India once again on Sunday tested BrahMos supersonic cruise missile of naval variant. The missile was tested from indigenously-built stealth destroyer, INS Chennai.
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET results have been declared. Soyeb Aftab of Odisha made history by scoring a perfect 720 out of 720. Akanksha Singh of Uttar Pradesh also scored a perfect 720 but will get all India rank 2 as she is older than Soyeb. This is the first time in the history of the examination that any student has scored a perfect score of 720, and for two students to get a perfect score means that they utilized the lockdown time to their benefits.
Mindtree Ltd posted an 88% year on year wise rise in net profit to Rs 253.7 crore for the second quarter-ended September on the back of operational efficiencies and improved utilization.
In her first ever video message after the release from 14 months detention, former Jammu and Kashmir CM Mehbooba Mufti said, “Everything the Delhi Darbar snatched away by unconstitutional and undemocratic means has to be got back, not only that but people of Jammu and Kashmir need to keep struggling for the solution of Jammu and Kashmir, which has led to sacrificing of thousands of lives.”