🌄 S̴h̴u̴b̴o̴u̴d̴h̴a̴y̴ : 24 Jun/जेस्ट मासा (Thursday) ग्रीष्म ऋतू🙏🏻
Today’s top News


  1. J&K leaders arrive in Delhi to attend PM’s all-party meeting. 14 leaders, including 4 ex-chief ministers of J&K, invited for an all-party meeting with PM Modi on the Union Territory on June 24.
  2. Congress president Sonia Gandhi will decide on the Punjab Govt & party revitalisation by July 8-10, AICC general secretary in-charge of the state Harish Rawat said.
  3. Assets worth Rs 9,371 crore belonging to fugitive businessmen Vijay Mallya, Nirav Modi, Mehul Choksi have been transferred to state-run banks, who suffered losses, on account of the fraud committed against them. Total assets worth Rs 18,170.02 crore has been seized by the Enforcement Directorate so far, 80% of which is the the total bank loss.
  4. Union Cabinet on 23 June approved allocation of additional foodgrain under Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana, Phase IV for another period of five months from July to Nov 2021. Under it, 5 Kg foodgrains per person per month free of cost will be given to the beneficiaries covered under National Food Security Act .
  5. National COVID-19 vaccination coverage crosses 29.46 crore mark; Recovery rate reaches 96.56%
  6. Around 40 cases of the Delta Plus variant, classified as a variant of concern (VOC), have been detected sporadically in Maharashtra, Kerala and Madhya Pradesh, the Union Health Ministry said.
  7. In Bihar RJD Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Prasad Yadav asked LJP leader & Jamui MP Chirag Paswan to join him, reminding him how Lalu Prasad had helped Ram Vilas Paswan get nominated to the Rajya Sabha in 2010 when LJP had no MP or MLAs.
  8. Delhi Dy CM Manish Sisodia said that the Central govt in a letter said it has “rejected” a “proposal” for doorstep delivery of ration in the city and attacked PM Modi for it.
  9. The weather forecast for today says, the National Capital Delhi is likely to have strong surface winds during daytime. The temperature will hover between 28 & 40 degrees Celsius.
  10. The Karnataka govt on 23 June set in motion the process to conduct the Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination or the 10th standard examination in third week of July by releasing the standard operating procedure (SOP) for teachers.
  11. Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College & General Hospital, popularly known as Sion Hospital has thanked Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan for providing critical infrastructure worth almost Rs 1.75 crore, including class 1 ventilators
  12. An unidentified terrorist gunned down in encounter between terrorists and security forces at Shirmal area of Shopian in J&K
  13. Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is set to back in action.
    Defence sources said that new missile, a variant of Agni-I, will be flight tested from a defence facility off Odisha coast between June 28 – 29. Initially christened as ‘Agni Prime’, the missile will have a strike range of 1000 km to 1500 km.
  14. Four theatre commands likely to be raised by year-end. The four commands planned are air defence command, maritime theatre command, integrated eastern theatre command and integrated western theatre command. Chief of Defence Staff Gen Bipin Rawat held extensive deliberations with the Vice Chiefs of the three services and senior officials of the defence ministry to iron out differences on setting up of theatre commands.
  15. It was expected that PM Modi would make an announcement on the creation of the commands, which would be the biggest reorganisation of the Indian armed forces since Independence, and the commands were likely to be raised by year-end.


  1. The Indian Navy will get three MH-60 Romeo helicopters in July this year, out of 24 MH-60 “Romeo” multi-mission heavy-duty helicopters, these are equipped with multi-mode radars & night-vision devices as well as armed with Hellfire missiles, MK-54 torpedoes and precision-kill rockets, it was the Rs 15,157 crore
    contract inked with the United States.
  2. Indian Navy and Indian Air Force (IAF) are participating in a Passage Exercise with US Navy’s Carrier Strike Group (CSG) Ronald Reagan which is transiting through Indian Ocean Region (IOR) from June 23-24, 2021.
  3. India is pushing for a comprehensive ceasefire in Afghanistan amid a massive spike in violence in that country and reports of its contact with the Taliban for the first time in the backdrop of a renewed push for the Afghan peace process.
  4. Russia is offering the Indian Army a comprehensive upgrade of the Dragunov sniper rifle in service with almost all frontline battalions, with a demonstration planned next month.
  5. Last week, the Border Security Force arrested a Chinese national identified as Hun Junwei close to the Bangladesh border in Malda.Investigations so far have revealed that he was involved in cyber fraud and alleged acts threatening national security. He also said that several agencies of China are trying to hack various websites of the Indian govt including those under the Ministry of Defence. He was possessing an Indian identity card and Aadhaar card with him.
  6. Pakistan continues to “provide pensions to dreaded and listed terrorists” and host them in its territory, India said at the United Nations. The remarks were made by Pawankumar Badhe, first Secretary, Indian Permanent Mission in Geneva at the 47th Session of the United Nations Human Right Council (UNHRC).
  7. Air France to commence Paris-Chennai weekly flight from June 26 under air bubble pact.
  8. India reaffirmed its commitment towards eliminating educational inequalities at G20 Education Ministers meeting held in Italy virtually. Addressing the meeting, Minister of State in the Education Ministry Sanjay Dhotre reiterated the country’s commitment towards reducing and eventually eliminating educational poverty, inequalities and early school leaving.


  1. The Communist Party of China will celebrate the 100th anniversary of its founding this July. The Communist Party of China was founded in 1921 by Chen Duxiu and Li Dazhao, with the help of the Far Eastern Bureau of the Russian Communist Party (Bolsheviks), who seized power in Russia after the 1917 October Revolution, and the Far Eastern Secretariat of the Communist International.
  2. A Russian military ship fired warning shots at a British Royal Navy destroyer after it entered Russian waters in the Black Sea. The Royal Navy destroyer HMS Defender briefly sailed through territorial waters off the coast of the disputed territory of Crimea.
  3. A sudden Bomb Blast took place Outside the Wanted Mumbai blasts master mindTerrorist Hafiz Saeed’s House In Lahore; 3 killed and 20 Injured.
  4. The US military could slow down its withdrawal from Afghanistan due to the gains made by the Taliban insurgents.The situation in Afghanistan changes as the Taliban continue to conduct these attacks and to raid district centres as well as the violence.
  5. Face masks to no longer be compulsory in Italy from 28 June: Health Minister Roberto Speranza said. By June 28, experts predict all of Italy will be classified a “white” zone.
  6. Bangladesh railway has suspended all trains operating to and from Dhaka in view of the current COVID situation in the country.


  1. WTC Final: New Zealand beat India by 8 wickets to win inaugural World Test Championship.

IND vs NZ Cricket
Final test, The Rose Bowl, Southampton,

217/10. (92.1) RR 2.35

2ND INN. 170 /10
(73.0) 2.33

249/10. (99.2) RR 2.51

2ND INN. 140 /2

  1. Indian Golfer Anirban Lahiri qualifies for Tokyo Olympics. Lahiri, a former Asia No. 1 and two-time winner on the European Tour, will be representing the country in Olympics for the second time.
  2. The Indian Davis Cupper,
    Ramkumar, who slipped out of the top-200 for lack of good results, is just win away from his maiden Grand Slam appearance after progressing to the final round of the Wimbledon qualifying tournament with a straight-set victory over Argentina’s Tomas Martin Etcheverry, in London, on 23 June (won 6-3, 6-4.). India’s Prajnesh Gunneswaran and Ankita Raina exited from qualifier earlier.
  3. England Beats Sri Lanka By 8 Wickets To Open Twenty20 Series in Cardiff. England reached its target of 130 with 17 balls to spare. Sri Lanka was limited to 129/7.
  4. Men’s tennis player, Denis Shapovalov of Canada, has pulled out of Tokyo Games citing “safety reasons” due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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🇮🇳Facts about India🇮🇳

Ashoka the Great, was an Indian emperor of the Maurya Dynasty, who ruled almost all of the Indian subcontinent from c. 268 to 232 BCE. The grandson of the founder of the Maurya Dynasty, Chandragupta Maurya, and the son of Bindusara.

Ashoka waged a destructive war against the state of Kalinga (modern Odisha), which he conquered in about 260 BCE. He converted to Buddhism after witnessing the mass deaths of the Kalinga War.

The national emblem is an adaptation of the Lion Capital, originally found atop the Ashoka Column at Sarnath, established in 250 BC. … The capital was adopted as the national emblem on January 26, 1950. It was chosen as a symbol of contemporary India’s reaffirmation of its ancient commitment to world peace and goodwill

😀Thought of the day

Challenges make you more responsible. Always remember that life without struggle is a life without success. Don’t give up and lear not to quit.

Joke of the day

टीचर – बताओ रोज बादाम खाने से क्या होगा।:

स्टुडैंट – बादाम खतम हो जाएंगे ।🤪🤣😂


Why Do We Have Eyebrows ?

Eyebrows keeps moisture out of our eyes and for making communication.

Ever notice how your eyebrow hairs grow outward, toward the sides of your face? That helps direct any moisture away from your eyes toward the side of your head. Eyebrows can also reduce the amount of light that gets into your eyes and keep dirt away from them, too. They help us express emotions and recognize each other. Eyebrows are an important part of human expression and communication. They allow us to show our emotions. One raised eyebrow expresses skepticism or interest. Two raised eyebrows can express surprise.

Beyond looks and emotions, eyebrows are also more generally important for facial recognition. In one older 2003 study scientists asked a group of people to identify the faces of fifty famous people, such as former U.S. president Richard Nixon and actress Winona Ryder. The scientists manipulated the photos so that they’d either have no eyes or no eyebrows. Subjects could still identify the famous faces 60 % of the time when they lacked eyes.

But when the faces lacked eyebrows, subjects could identify them just 46 % of the time. Scientists said this indicates that eyebrows are just as important as — or maybe more important than — eyes in allowing us to recognize faces.

LEARN Sanskrit🙏🏻

स्पंदन : प्रतिक्रिया Recation

🤔 How it works ⁉

How does snow form?

Snow forms when tiny ice crystals in clouds stick together to become snowflakes. If enough crystals stick together, they’ll become heavy enough to fall to the ground. Snowflakes that descend through moist air that is slightly warmer than 0 °C will melt around the edges and stick together to produce big flakes. Snow is defined as solid precipitation Precipitation falls as snow when the air temperature is below 2 °C. It is a myth that it needs to be below zero to snow. In fact, in this country, the heaviest snowfalls tend to occur when the air temperature is between zero and 2 °C.

💁🏻‍♂️ GK TODAY

GOOGLE : Global Organization of Oriented Group Language of Earth.


Kannadasan pronunciation (24 June 1927 – 17 October 1981) was an Indian philosopher, poet, film song lyricist, producer, actor, script-writer, editor, philanthropist, and is heralded as one of the greatest and most important lyricists in India. Frequently called Kaviarasu or Kavirajar (King of Poets), Kannadasan was most familiar for his song lyrics in Tamil films and contributed around 5000 film lyrics apart from 6000 poems and 232 books.

Omkarnath Thakur (24 June 1897 – 29 December 1967), was an Indian music teacher, musicologist and Hindustani classical singer.
A disciple of classical singer Vishnu Digambar Paluskar of Gwalior gharana, he became the principal of Gandharva Mahavidyalaya, Lahore, and later went on become the first dean of the music faculty at Banaras Hindu University.


According to Indian philosophy, the chakras are considered the centres of spiritual power and energy within our bodies.

The word chakra literally means “wheel” in Sanskrit and symbolises the flow of energy in our body. The 7 chakras present in your body are actually energy centres and are known to regulate emotions.

Fundamentally, any spiritual path can be described as a journey from the base chakra, called the “Mooladhara,” which is located at the base of the spine, to the “Sahasrar,” which located at the top of the head. This journey of movement from the Mooladhara to Sahasrar is from one dimension to another. It may happen in many different ways, and various yogic practices can effect this movement.

Muladhara Chakra – Root Centre

Svadhishthana Chakra – Lower Abdominal Centre

Manipura Chakra – Navel Centre

Anahata Chakra – Heart Centre

Vishuddhi Chakra – Throat Centre

Agya Chakra – Eyebrow Centre

Sahasrara Chakra – Crown Centre

The vibration and energy flow of the Chakras influence our consciousness and also our physical health. Incorrect food, bad company and negative thoughts reduce or block the energy of the Chakras, which may lead to disorders of consciousness and illness of the body.


We can remember name of these chakras by words (Not in order)

Its spells just like Nav mass(9 months); it is only a trick to remember all chakras. Accordingly we can use other tricks..


(Note : These home tips followed in villages/ancient traditions, it is up to you to use it or not🙏🏻)

Eucalyptus leaves/oil are a great source of antioxidants, particularly flavonoids, which protect your body from oxidative stress and free radical damage. Eucalyptus contains a compound called eucalyptol, which has been found to decrease nasal congestion, cough frequency, and cold-related headaches. It may also improve asthma symptoms, although more research is needed.

Chewing eucalyptus leafs decrease plaque buildup on teeth and signs of gum disease.

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