🌄 S̴h̴u̴b̴o̴u̴d̴h̴a̴y̴ : 25 Jul/श्रावण मास(Sunday) ग्रीष्म ऋतू(23 सेप्टेंबर तक) {शुक्ल पक्ष}🙏🏻
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Today’s top News

  1. PM Modi to share his thoughts on Mann Ki Baat @ 11:00 AM on 25th July 2021(Sunday). You can also give a missed call on 1922 and follow the link received in SMS to directly give your suggestions to the PM.
  2. Union Govt has capped the Trade Margin for 5 medical devices. They are – Pulse Oximeter, Blood Pressure Monitoring Machine, Nebulizer, Digital Thermometer & Glucometer. The revised MRP has come into effect from 20 Jul.
  3. The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has declared the ISCE Class 10th & ISC Class 12th result yesterday (24 Jul)
  4. Lockdown in Aizawl (Mizoram) extended till July 31.
  5. Union Home minister Amit Shah inaugurated the Inter State Bus Terminus at Mawiong located in the outskirts of Shillong city on 24 Jul (Saturday). The ISBT was constructed with an estimated cost of about 48 cr funded by the North Eastern Council under the DoNER Ministry.
  6. Heavy rains in Maharashtra : Indian armed forces have been deployed to carry out flood relief operations in Maharashtra on 24 Jul (Friday) as unprecedented rains resulted in heavy flow of water in various rivers, flooding multiple districts in the state.
  7. Relief & Rescue operations are in full swing in rain affected Maharashtra, Karnataka and flood hit Bihar.
  8. Income Tax Department carried out a search operation under section 132 of the Income – tax Act, 1961 on 22.07.2021 on a prominent business group, which is involved in businesses in various sectors, including Media, Power, Textiles & Real Estate, with a group turnover of more than Rs. 6,000 crore per annum.
  9. Tamil Nadu Health Minister launches vaccination programme for children against Pneumonia & Brain Fever.
  10. Rajasthan cabinet expansion expected next week as All India Congress Committee, General Secretary KC Venugopal, set to meet CM Ashok Gehlot.
  11. Delhi cinemas, theatres to open at 50% from 26 Jul (Monday). The order also directed that number of people allowed at marriage functions and last rites will be raised to 100.
  12. Haryana govt on 24 Jul (Saturday) allowed the conduct of entrance of exams in the state and further allowed relaxation in timings of restaurants.
  13. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International (SVPI) airport in Ahmedabad is all set to go for total recarpeting of its runway by the end of this year.
  14. The Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA) program aims to build a homegrown fifth-generation fighter jet with “sixth-generation characteristics,” intended to replace the fleet SEPECAT Jaguar, Dassault Mirage 2000, & MiG-27.
  15. Boeing is eyeing to upgrade its multi-role Apache attack helicopters to the most advanced and lethal variant in the Asia-Pacific region.


  1. India will attend the inauguration of Iranian president elect Ebrahim Raisi in Tehran on 5 Aug 2021 amid growing coordination between New Delhi & Tehran over Afghan developments.
  2. The embassy of India in Afghanistan has issued a security advisory for its nationals living there. The advisory comes in the wake of the withdrawal of American & NATO troops from Afghanistan & advancement of the Taliban.
  3. LAC standoff: Heightened PLA activity near Chamoli, forces to step up patrol
    After reports of increased activity by China’s People’s Liberation Army near the Barahoti area of Uttarakhand’s Chamoli district, security forces and the state police have formulated a plan to jointly patrol and conduct surveillance in the area.
  4. India-US Talks:
    The US Secretary of State Antony J Blinken is visiting India early next week. The two day visit from July 27-28.
  5. Ten container rakes of Indian Railways send to Bangladesh on 24 Jul (Saturday) from Tatanagar station in Jharkhand with 200 metric tonnes of the Liquid Medical Oxygen (LMO). It will reach Benapole in Bangladesh on 25 Jul (Sunday).


  1. Chinese President Xi Jinping underlined the importance of long-term stability & prosperity in Tibet during a meeting with top military officials in Lhasa,
  2. 25 July – World Embryologist Day
    On 25 July 1978, Louise Joy Brown became the first baby to be conceived through IVF or in vitro fertilisation & World Embryologists Day every year. An embryologist is a fertility specialist that helps to create viable embryos to either be used in IVF right away or to be frozen for later use.
  3. Afghan authorities on Saturday imposed a night-time curfew across 31 of the country’s 34 provinces to curb surging violence unleashed by a sweeping Taliban offensive in recent months.
  4. Bangladesh to develop alternative social media platform for Facebook, Whatsapp named ‘Jogajog’.
  5. Japan sends 2.45 lakh AstraZeneca COVID vaccines to Bangladesh under the COVAX facility of the WHO on Saturday.

🚣🚴🏇🏁🏊 Sports:

*Tokyo Olympics 2020 Day 1 Highlights: *
Mirabai Chanu opened India’s medal tally at the Tokyo Olympics on 24 Jul (Saturday), clinching a silver medal in the women’s 49kg weightlifting category.

Chanu lifted a total of 202kg (87kg+115kg), becoming the second weightlifter after Karnam Malleswari (2000 Sydney Olympics) to win a medal at the Games. The gold was won by China’s Hou Zhihui (210kg) and the bronze by Indonesia’s Aisah Windy Cantika with (194kg).

ARCHERY Deepika Kumari & Pravin Jadhav lost to South Korea’s An San and Kim Je Deok in the quarterfinal in Mixed event. Hedn msg from shbuy news editor- to get daily updates in whatsapp send request nin for zro for eit zor sevn fi to zro (Tokyo Olympics 2020 Cheer for Indian team).

BADMINTON Chirag Shetty & Satwiksairaj beat Chinese Taipei pair. Sai Praneeth lost to Misha Zilberman of Israel in the men’s singles.

BOXING Vikas got knocked out in Round of 32 by a unanimous decision.

HOCKEY Men’s team beat NZ 3-2. Women’s team lost 5-1 with Netherland.

JUDO Shushila Devi lost in Round of 32.

ROWING Arjun/Arvind finished 5th into Repechage.

10m Air Pistol – Saurabh finished 7th. Abhishek finished 17th.
10m Air Rifle – Elavenil finished 16th. Apurvi finished 36th.

TENNIS Sumit Nadal beat Denis Istomin in tennis men’s singles, he Round of 64 match.

TABLE TENNIS : Singles event, Manika Batra won her first round match against Tin-Tin Ho of Great Britain. Manika Batra & Sharath Kamal lost in Pre-QF in Mixed Doubles.

Day 2 Tokyo Olympics Sunday, July 25 :
Shuttler PV Sindhu, tennis player Sania Mirza and her women’s doubles partner Ankita Raina, shooter Manu Bhaker and boxing icon Mary Kom hustling hard for India.

Eyes will be on Commonwealth Games gold medallist Manu Bhaker, who will look to give her best in the women’s 10m air pistol qualification event early in the morning.

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Tokyo (Japan)
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🇮🇳 Facts about India 🇮🇳

Visakhapatnam got its name from Lord Visakheswara Temple (Also known as Lord Karthikeya, second son of Lord Shiva) now located beneath the seawaters. When the Britishers built a port along the natural harbour here, they pronounced the original name as Vizagapatam (pronounced as Vee-Zaag-ah-paat-ahm). But when they wrote it down, whoever read it pronounced it as Y-zag-ah-patam.

Thus visakhapatnam became Vizagapatam and in short, Vizag. The citizens of visakhapatnam came to be known as Vizagites.

Vizag is also called Waltair . word originated from two very common telugu words related to fishing “Vala – Theddu”. Vala means Net and Theddu means Oar. Since the shore was filled extensively with fishermen, it might be called “ValaTheddu”, which subsequently turned into Walatedu and Walteru and finally Waltair.

😀Thought of the day

Behavior is always better than knowledge in life, there are many situations where knowledge fails but behavior can still handle.

Joke of the day

रिपोर्टर पप्पू से : आप का CORONA के बारे में क्या विचार है। हम China क्या करना चाहिए🗣️ 🎤🙄

पप्पू: 🤔बस एक बार ये “कोरोना वायरस” खत्म हो जाये।
फिर मैं चीन जाकर, सबको दाल चावल बनाना सिखायूंगा।
साले कुछ भी खाते है। 😳🙄😯


Why are diamonds so expensive? Why are they considered so valuable?

Diamonds are a highly valued stone Diamonds have three other crucial ingredients: pressure, heat, and time.

Diamonds are formed in the Earth’s mantle, somewhere between 1 and 3 billion years ago. which is approximately 25% to 75% of our earth’s age. Formed by heat and pressure, diamonds are then delivered to the Earth’s surface by deep-source volcanic eruptions or the movement of subduction zones that bring the diamonds up to the ocean floor

While colorless diamonds are often considered the most valuable, diamonds exist in a wide range of colors due to mineral contamination or lattice deformation. For example, black diamonds come from graphite contamination, red diamonds from plastic deformation, purple from plastic deformation and hydrogen contamination, green from irradiation deformation, pink from plastic deformation, and brown, yellow, orange, and blue from nitrogen.

The term “carat” is derived from the carob seed, the ancient unit of measure for diamond weight. As technology evolved, jewelers began using mechanical balances and electric scales to measure carat weight accurately. Precious stones are weighed in carats; a single carat is equal to 200 milligrams. Carat is also a variant spelling of karat, which measures the purity (but not the weight) of gold.

A karat is 1/24 part of pure gold by weight, so 24-karat gold is pure gold

LEARN Sanskrit🙏🏻

Trishna (तृष्णा) : ‘thirst’ ‘ aspiration ‘ ‘lusty

तृष्णज् meaning covetous, greedy

🤔 How it works ⁉

How does coal formed

Coal formed millions of years ago when the earth was covered with huge swampy forests where plants – giant ferns, reeds and mosses – grew. As the plants grew, some died and fell into the swamp waters. New plants grew up to take their places and when these died still more grew. In time, there was thick layer of dead plants rotting in the swamp. The surface of the earth changed and water and dirt washed in, stopping to decaying process. More plants grew up, but they too died and fell, forming separate layers. After millions of years many layers had formed, one on top of the other. The weight of the top layers and the water and dirt packed down the lower layers of plant matter. Heat and pressure produced chemical and physical changes in the plant layers which forced out oxygen and left rich carbon deposits. In time, material that had been plants became coal.

Coals are classified into three main ranks, or types: lignite, bituminous coal, and anthracite. These classifications are based on the amount of carbon, oxygen, and hydrogen present in the coal.

💁🏻‍♂️ GK TODAY

India holds the fifth-largest coal reserves in the world. Jharkhand top the list of India’s coal reserves — at more than 26% — and production


Symbolism explanation behind Krishna`s butter stealing act

Krishna, the eternal ruler of hearts, stole butter from the neighbourhood. Along with his friends, he would quietly enter people’s houses and grab clay pots full of freshly churned butter. And hence even till date he is addressed as Makhan Chor, meaning butter thief.

But have you ever really wondered what this butter stealing act means?

Krishna stole hearts that were as pure and soft as butter. Just the way butter is white; our hearts need to be spotless. One mustn’t nurse anger, pride, greed, envy, hatred and ego in the heart. Hence, Krishna is also known as Chittachora (one who steals hearts).

Here’s another explanation – The mind must be as light as butter. When we churn the curd, the butter floats on the surface. Likewise, our minds must be detached from the materialistic world. Only then, would we succeed in attaining enlightenment.


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

  1. (Black pepper (Kali Mirchi) * contains piperine, a compound which helps to enhance metabolic performance and prevents fat accumulation in the body. The spice also increases the concentration of good cholesterol. This round spice is a thermogenic food, which helps to speed up the metabolic process and burn calories more quickly
  2. Consuming kali mirch also helps you reach your recommended daily vitamin K intake. Kali mirch also contains essential minerals, providing a considerable amount of manganese and copper. You need both minerals for a healthy metabolism. Manganese helps your body break down nutrients, while copper aids in energy production.

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