🌄 S̴h̴u̴b̴o̴u̴d̴h̴a̴y̴ : 29 Jun/आषाढ मास(Tuesday) ग्रीष्म ऋतू {कृष्ण पक्ष}🙏🏻
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Today’s top News


  1. Gaganyaan mission :
    ISRO to launch first uncrewed mission Gaganyaan. The goal of the Gaganyaan programme is to show the aptitude to ship people to low earth orbit on board an Indian launch automobile & produce them again to earth safely. ISRO looking to launch in December 2021, but the two waves of the coronavirus pandemic have made it difficult to get required supply of hardware.
  2. Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman yesterday (on June 28,) announced some economic relief measures for all those sectors affected by the 2nd wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country. The govt announced 8 major economic relief measures & Rs 1.1 lakh crore loan guarantee scheme for the sectors affected by the COVID pandemic.
  3. The Govt on 28 June (Monday) announced an additional amount of Rs 19,041 cr is being provided for the BharatNet project, which is aimed at providing broadband connectivity to 2.5 lakh panchayats across the country which encourages digital India.
  4. The Telangana State Intermediate state Board Results 2021: This is the first time that the board has 100% pass, all students have been promoted. Over 4.5 lakh students will be able to download their marks memos from the official websites.
  5. Punjab govt denies Delhi CM Kejriwal to hold press meet: He will be coming to Chandigarh on 29 Jun (Tuesday).
  6. Minister of State for Chemicals & Fertilisers Mansukh Mandaviya : Department of Fertilisers is ready with an action plan to make India Aatmanirbhar in Rock Phosphate, the key raw material of DAP & NPK Fertlisers. Presently India is 90% dependent on imports.
  7. NIA court sent former Mumbai Police Officer Pradeep Sharma to judicial custody till 12 July in Hiren Murder case
  8. Bollywood actor Mithun Chakraborty questioned by Kolkata police over controversial remarks statement “maarbo ekhane lash porbe soshane” and “ek chobole chobi” during an election rally at the Brigade Parade Grounds on March 7 in presence of PM Modi.
  9. Senior Punjab Congress leader cricketer turned Politician Navjot Singh Sidhu will meet the Priyanka and Rahul Gandhi in Delhi today (29 Jun).
  10. The Government of West Bengal has extended COVID-induced restrictions in the state till 15 July 2021 with further relaxations. Now Salon, beauty parlour & gyms can now operate for limited hours. Private buses & auto rickshaws will now be allowed to operate with 50% occupancy. Earlier, restrictions was till 30 June.
  11. Karnataka govt to conduct 10th Board Exam on 19th & 22th of July. July 19 exam will be on core subjects and July 22 will be for the language papers.
  12. Militants shot dead a special police officer, Fayaz Ahmad at Hariparigam in Awantipora area at around 11 pm on 27June (Sunday) and opened fire on the family his wife and daughter in J&K’s Pulwama district.
  13. DRDO developed a new missile of the Agni series known as Agni-Prime was successfully carried out the test-firing from coast of Odisha yesterday (28 Jun).


  1. Union Govt. Exempts Imported COVID Relief Material From IGST till 30 June 2021.
  2. Twitter has removed a wrong map of India that showed J&K and Ladakh as a separate country from its website. This is the 2nd time Twitter has misrepresented India’s map. Earlier it had shown Leh as part of China. The govt has slammed Twitter for deliberate defiance and failure to comply with India’s new IT rules.
  3. ​Delhi’s All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) has moved past prestigious institutes in the rankings for best medical schools in the world. According to the CEO WORLD magazine.
  4. Kendriya Raksha Mantri (Union Defence Minister) Rajnath Singh on 28 Jun inaugurated three baily bridges virtually from Delhi, on way to the Indo-China border in Dharchula sub-division of Uttarakhand”s Pithoragarh district.
  5. ‘India will not tolerate if someone tries to threaten it’: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said in Ladak on his visit.
    In a clear message to China, Defence Minister also said the country will never forget the sacrifice of the Galwan martyrs and it will not tolerate it if anyone tried to threaten it.
  6. The Indo-Japanese friendship and partnership during the COVID-19 crisis is more relevant for global stability & prosperity, PM Modi said and called for further strengthening of the ties between the two countries
  7. UAE flag carrier Emirates likely to resume Dubai-India flights from July 7.
  8. COVID-19 pandemic Vaccine registration portal, CoWIN has become popular & foreign countries are showing interest in the technology. Over 50 countries from across Central Asia, Latin America & Africa, are interested in it.


  1. South Korea to develop ‘Iron Dome’-style defence system to counter North Korea’s arsenal of long-range guns and rockets, artillery.
  2. Seven people died & fifty others were injured in an explosion in the bustling commercial area of Moghbazar in the capital city Bangladesh, Dhaka on (27 June) Sunday evening.
  3. South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa reimposed restrictions for two weeks to combat a surge in the highly contagious Corona virus Delta variant.
  4. Bangladesh reports highest single day COVID 19 infection, Army to enforce strict lockdown from July 1. The closure of the border for public movement with India has also been extended further for two weeks beyond June 30.
  5. Saudi Arabia will start inoculating young people aged 12 to 18 years against COVID-19 with the Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine.


  1. Rahi Sarnobat wins India’s first gold of Osijek Shooting World Cup in the Women’s 25M Pistol at International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup Rifle/Pistol/Shotgun stage in the Croatian city of Osijek.
  2. The T20 World Cup scheduled to be held in India this year is being shifted to the UAE owing to the health safety concerns posed by COVID-19, BCCI President Sourav Ganguly said.
  3. Olympic-bound Simranjit Kaur, Commonwealth Games gold medallist Gaurav Solanki & world championship silver winner Sonia Chahal have been nominated for the Arjuna award by the Boxing Federation of India.
  4. Ace archer Deepika Kumari has regained the World number one ranking in the latest world rankings released on June 28 after the 3rd stage World Archery Championship held in Paris. She created a new record by winning three gold medals in a single day along with winning the gold medal in the Individual Women’s Recurve event.
  5. Tennis, British No. 1 Johanna Konta has been ruled out of Wimbledon because one of her team member has tested positive for Covid.
    Konta, will be isolated for 10 days.
  6. Olympians from 6 countries required to take pre-departure COVID-19 tests for 7 days, the athletes & all other members of delegations from India, Nepal, Pakistan, the Maldives, Sri Lanka & Afghanistan will face stricter countermeasures because of the spreading Delta variant.

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🇮🇳Facts about India🇮🇳

The Ajanta Caves are approximately 30 rock-cut Buddhist cave monuments which date from the 2nd century BCE to about 480 CE in Aurangabad district of Maharashtra state of India. The caves include paintings and rock-cut sculptures described as among the finest surviving examples of ancient Indian art, particularly expressive paintings that present emotions through gesture, According to UNESCO, these are masterpieces of Buddhist religious art that influenced the Indian art that followed. They were covered by jungle until accidentally “discovered” and brought to Western attention in 1819 by a colonial British officer Captain John Smith on a tiger-hunting party.

Ajanta is one of the major tourist attractions of Maharashtra. It is about 6 kilometres (3.7 miles) from Fardapur, 59 kilometres (37 miles) from the city of Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India, 104 kilometres (65 miles) from the city of Aurangabad

The Ajanta style is also found in the Ellora Caves and other sites such as the Elephanta Caves, Aurangabad Caves, Shivleni Caves and the cave temples of Karnataka

😀Thought of the day

The beauty of the morning is not in the freshness of the atmosphere. It is in the freshness of our thoughts & feelings & how we wish to start our day.

Joke of the day

Online classes effect

मास्टर जी : अगर पृथ्वी के अंदर LAVA है तो बाहर क्या है ?

पप्पू : मास्टर जी बाहर OPPO, Apple, Mi और VIVO📱 है🤪😝😆


Why can’t we see 🧐the details of an object far away?

Not being able to see objects in the distance is a condition called ‘ Myopia ’ and is commonly known as nearsightedness.

Causes of Nearsightedness Nearsightedness can also be caused by a cornea (clear layer at the front of the eye) that’s not shaped correctly. These two problems prevent light from focusing directly on the retina. Instead, light focuses in front of the retina, which makes distant objects appear blurry.

LEARN Sanskrit🙏🏻

विराज : बसना, रहना Dwells

🤔 How it works ⁉

Science behind the famous Circus stunt : The Globe of Death by motorbike or मौत का खुवा ⁉ 🏍️

The Globe of Death is a circus and carnival stunt where stunt riders ride motorcycles inside a mesh sphere ball. It is similar to the wall of death.

The physics behind this trick is centripetal force. This is the force that acts on an object as it moves around in a circular path. All forces have a direction in which they push, and centripetal force is directed towards the center of the circular path.

This feat is heavily based on timing between the riders to make sure they don’t crash into each other, but the reason they can ride around in circles and can ride upside down in the first place is a physics phenomenon centripetal force.

In other words, if you are driving your car🚗 in a circle, the centripetal force is directed towards the center of that circle. Centripetal force can be calculated using the following equation:

Fc = (m x v2) / r

Fc is the centripetal force
m is the mass of the object
v is the velocity at which the object is moving
r is the radius of the circular path

The moment the motorcycle and rider slows enough that they start to fall and lose contact with the top of the globe, the normal force immediately goes down to zero. The motorcycle is not in contact with the globe, hence no force is being exerted on the globe, so the globe doesn’t have to exert anything back.

💁🏻‍♂️ GK TODAY

Westerners used to the Gregorian calendar, all mark the birth of Jesus Christ as year zero, and any year before that is denoted as BCE (before Common Era)


Vedik tradition marks large spaces of time by a series of Yugas (roughly translated as “epoch” or “era” that fall in four-era cycles.

  1. The Satya Yuga,
  2. The Treta Yuga,
  3. The Dwapara Yuga
  4. The Kali Yuga.
    After completing 4 Yuga’s, it’s called a Mahayuga.

According to the Vedik calendar, present time is the Kali Yuga, This calendar marks the days of the week and refers to them as the Vasara. As is true with the Western calendar there are seven days in a week. The days written in traditional Sanskrit.
Ravi (Sunday),
Soma (Monday), Mangala (Tuesday), Budha (Wednesday), Guru or Brhaspati (Thursday),
Sukra (Friday), and Sani (Saturday).

The Vedik calendar is divided into twelve months that correspond with the phases of the moon. The names of the months are based on the Zodiac signs as they follow the movement of the sun throughout the year. The names of the months and their corresponding Zodiac signs are:
Chaitra (Aries),
Vaisakha (Taurus),
Jyaistha (Gemini),
Asadha (Cancer),
Sravana (Leo),
Bhadrapada (Virgo),
Asvina (Libra), Kartika (Scorpio), Agrahayana(Sagittarius
Pausa (Capricorn), Magha (Aquarius), and Phalguna (Pisces).

Each month is approximately 29.5 days but varies somewhat according to celestial movements. Each month is broken down into two two-week periods: a Dark one (waning moon) and a Light one (waxing moon). Krishna Paksha & Shukla Paksha.

🧬 Health care: Home Remedies🩺

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

Home Remedies To Stop Loose Motions (Diarrhoea)

Some of the common causes of loose motions are:

Bacteria like E.coli, salmonella, campylobacter present in contaminated water and foods can cause loose motions. Viral infections like viral hepatitis, herpes simplex virus, norovirus, and rotavirus can trigger loose motions.

We can use any one of the following home remedies:-

  1. Consuming plain yoghurt. It contains a good quantity of probiotics (the good bacteria)
  2. Apple cider vinegar may also provide relief from stomach pain. Ingredients
    A glass of lukewarm water. Two teaspoons apple cider vinegar (सेब का सिरका) A teaspoon of honey
  3. Drinking of Coconut Water.
  4. Eating raw bananas
  5. A cup of boiled water with One teaspoon of cumin seeds जीरा
  6. Two teaspoons of ginger juice with honey.
  7. Half a teaspoon of cinnamon powder दालचीनी with Honey and A cup of lukewarm water
  8. Sugar Syrup
    Having a cup of sugar syrup can fight the symptoms of loose motions.
  9. Half table spoon Fenugreek Seeds मेथी के दानें with water

However, if you have loose motions for over a week, it can be worrisome and would require immediate medical attention

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