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  1. The Capital city Sunday got a relief from extreme hot weather conditions following a brief spell of heavy downpour in the evening.

  2. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik's close aide and BJD leader VK Pandian Sunday claimed that the party will win three-fourth of the seats in elections to the 147-member Assembly in the state.

  3. India's first space-based solar observatory, Aditya L1, is continuously studying the Sun but will miss the total solar eclipse today that will be visible over vast swaths of North America.

  4.  Tamil Nadu Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president K Annamalai on Sunday lashed out at Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin for making another promise -- a state-of-the-art cricket stadium in Coimbatore.

  5. A day after the public meeting of Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi and Mallikarjun Kharge here, several party leaders including former MLA Gangajal Meel and PCC vice president Sushil Sharma left the party and joined the BJP on Sunday.

  6. It was a 25-minute speech heavily laden with bloopers, at the end of which, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was seen touching the feet of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, with whom he was sharing stage at Bihar's Nawada.

  7. Rats were blamed for destroying 10 kg of bhang and nine kg of ganja, confiscated and stored in a police station in Jharkhand's Dhanbad district.

  8. Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) president Mehbooba Mufti will contest the Lok Sabha polls from the Anantnag constituency, the party announced on Sunday as it declared candidates for the three seats in the Valley

  9. “We will reduce prices of commodities,” may be the standard refrain of every political party fighting an election. However, in Andhra Pradesh, opposition TDP is wooing the avid booze lovers with the promise of better quality spirit at reduced prices, if voted to power.

  10. Data released by the Central Water Commission reveal that rivers between Mahanadi and Pennar basins that flow through Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Odisha have no water at present.

  11. Top AAP leaders held a day-long fast at Jantar Mantar here Sunday to protest against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s arrest by the ED and asserted that people will give a fitting reply to the BJP in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls for sending him to jail.

  12. As the campaign for the Lok Sabha elections gathers momentum, Sharad Pawar and Uddhav Thackeray, the leaders of two prominent regional parties in Maharashtra, are fighting a battle for political survival.

  13. Madhya Pradesh Congress Sunday dared the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to release the list of 2.58 lakh people, most of them from the grand old party, who joined the saffron outfit as claimed by its leaders.

  14. BJP’s Odisha unit vice-president Lekhasri Samantsinghar Sunday resigned from the saffron party and joined the Biju Janata Dal (BJD) ahead of the Lok Sabha and state Assembly election.

  15. The Election Commission (EC) has launched a variety of campaigns across social media platforms to nudge young and urban voters to cast their ballot in the Lok Sabha elections.

  16. Wife of arrested TMC leader Monobrata Jana has filed an FIR against NIA officials alleging that they tried to outrage her modesty after forcibly entering her residence in Bhupatinagar in the pretext of conducting a probe, a police officer said Sunday.

  17. Eleven months of conflict, over 50,000 displaced people and a prevailing anti-poll sentiment in a section - the Election Commission in violence-hit Manipur is gearing up for the challenging task of holding Lok Sabha elections in the state in less than two weeks even as the campaign scene is muted so far.

  18. Flood waters were rising in two cities in Russia’s Ural mountains Sunday after Europe’s third longest river burst through a dam, flooding at least 6,000 homes and forcing thousands of people to flee with just their pets and a few belongings.

  19. Adani Group will invest about `2.3 lakh crore through 2030 in India’s most ambitious renewable energy expansion and solar and wind manufacturing capacity addition ever as it shrugs off a short-seller attack to pursue its trademark rapid growth plans.

  20. Indian grandmaster R Praggnanandhaa came up with a spectacular game to down compatriot Vidit Gujrathi in the third round of the Candidates chess tournament here Saturday.

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