🌄 S̴h̴u̴b̴o̴u̴d̴h̴a̴y̴ : 06 Jul/आषाढ मास(Tuesday) ग्रीष्म ऋतू {कृष्ण पक्ष}🙏🏻
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Today’s top News


  1. The Ministry of Tourism has signed a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU with Yatra.Com to strengthen the Hospitality and Tourism Industry.
  2. The Central Board of Direct Taxes, CBDT has granted further relaxation in electronic filing of Income Tax Forms 15CA and 15CB and extended the date of filing from 30th June to 15th July, 2021. The taxpayers can now submit these forms in manual format to the authorized dealers till 15th Jul 2021.
  3. More than 35 crore 71 lakh vaccine doses administered so far in the country :Union Health Ministry report.
  4. 52nd edition of the International Film Festival of India to be held from 20th to 28th November in Goa; Poster for the Festival released information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar
  5. Bihar: Unlock-4 extended for month; University, college & technical institutions to be opened with 50% attendance.
  6. Patna court orders 7 days police custody of accused Imran Malik and his brother Nasira Malik in Darbhanga blast case.
  7. Congress leader and son of former President Pranab Mukherjee, Abhijit Mukherjee has joined the ruling Trinamool Congress in Kolkata.
  8. Twelve BJP MLAs were suspended on Monday from the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly for one year after the state government accused them of “misbehaving” with presiding officer Bhaskar Jadhav in the Speaker’s chamber.
  9. The much-feared 3rx wave of coronavirus is likely to hit India by mid-August, while cases may peak in September : The report titled ‘Covid-19: The race to finishing line’, published by SBI Research.
  10. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on 05 Jul (Monday) announced a special assessment scheme for class 10 and 12 board exams for next year in view of the COVID-19 pandemic, splitting the academic session into two terms.
    Nov-Dec, 2021 and March-April, 2022.
  11. Earthquake of 3.7 Magnitude Hit Haryana, Mild Tremors Felt Across Delhi-NCR : The earthquake struck at around 10.36 pm. Its epicentre was at a latitude of 28.70 degrees north and longitude of 76.65 degrees east at a depth of 5 km in Jhajjar district of Haryana.
  12. Elgar Parishad Case: Human Rights Defender and Jesuit priest Father Activist Stan Swamy, 84, Passes Away Ahead of Hearing on Bail Plea. Swamy was arrested on October 8 last year .


  1. Airlines can now operate a maximum of 65% of their pre-Covid domestic flights instead of the 50 per cent allowed till date, the civil aviation ministry.
  2. General MM Naravane, the Chief of Army Staff (COAS) is on an official 4-day visit to the United Kingdom & Italy from July 5-July 8, 2021. During the visit, he will be meeting his counterparts and senior military leaders of the two countries with an aim of enhancing India’s defence cooperation.
  3. India to maintain warships in Gulf zone to aid merchant ships;:
    India will continue to maintain a naval presence in the troubled Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman, which is aimed at protecting and reassuring Indian-flagged merchant vessels and oil tankers transiting through the region.
  4. India will continue to maintain a naval presence in the troubled Persian Gulf & Gulf of Oman, which is aimed at protecting and reassuring Indian-flagged merchant vessels and oil tankers transiting through the region.
  5. Today birthday of The 14th Dalai Lama (religious name: Tenzin Gyatso, born 0n 06 July 1935) turns 86: He is the current Dalai Lama. Dalai Lamas are important monks of the Gelug school, the newest school of Tibetan Buddhism, which was formally headed by the Ganden Tripas. From the time of the 5th Dalai Lama to 1959, the central government of Tibet, the Ganden Phodrang, invested the position of Dalai Lama with temporal duties. His was escaped from the Chinese annexation of Tibet in March 1959 and came into India.
  6. India received 2600 kilos of delicious mangoes from Bangladesh as a memento of friendship between the two neighbouring countries on 04 Jul. PM of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina has sent the gift of a special variety of Haribhanga mangoes for the President & the Prime Minister of India and other political leaders.


  1. Bangladesh records highest COVID death, cases in single day, Lockdown extended till 14th July.
  2. Indonesia will provide free telemedicine services to coronavirus patients with mild symptoms in an effort to reduce pressure on a healthcare sector inundated by record numbers of COVID-19 cases.
  3. Philippine military plane A C-130 crashes. : 29 people have been killed and 50 people have been rescued. Accident was happened when the plane, a C130 Hercules, was trying to land at Jolo airport when it overshot the runway.
  4. Explosion near Thailand capital Bangkok’s international airport left plastic’s factory in flames, 1 killed, 27 injured.
  5. Chinese warplane entered Taiwan`s air defence identification zone (ADIZ), marking the second intrusion this month in Jul.
  6. About 150 students are missing after armed men raided a boarding school in Nigeria’s Kaduna state. The attack on the Bethel Baptist High School is the 10th mass school kidnapping since December in northwest Nigeria.
  7. Germany set to ease for travel restrictions for UK, India, Russia and Nepal travellers.

🚣🚴🏇🏁🏊 Sports:

  1. Tokyo Olympics: World Champion boxer M.C. Mary Kom and men’s hockey team Captain Manpreet Singh have been named flag bearers of the 200-strong Indian contingent in the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics on 23rd of July.
  2. Euro Cup Football: Italy to clash with Spain in first semi-final at Wembley today (06 Jul), while England will take on Denmark in the second semi-final on Wednesday.

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🇮🇳 Facts about India 🇮🇳

Till 1972, Lion was the national animal of India. Later on it was replaced by the Tiger.The tiger was adopted as the National Animal by the Indian Board for Wildlife in 1972 in place of the lion.

😀 Thought of the day

Health does not always come from medicine. Most of the time it comes from peace of mind, peace in the heart, peace of soul. It comes from laughter and love.

Joke of the day

पप्पू – यार, लोग कहते हैं कि ठोकरें इंसान को चलना सिखाती हैं…

गप्पू – हां, सही बात है।

पप्पू – पर मेरे तो पैर के अंगूठे का नाखून ही टूट गया ना…!!! 🤔🤪😂

😳 Why❓❓❓

Why Tiger is selected as National Animal and why not Lion or other animals?

It was selected as a national animal because of its presence in larger parts of the country. It is found in 16 states while the lion is found only in one state. the Bengal tigers of India are epitomes of great courage, power and sharp intelligence. They have hunted down elephants and crocodiles too, although this is rare, and they do it all alone.

You might be aware that tigers are not only the largest, but also the strongest of big cats (YES, tiger is stronger than a lion, because tiger not only has a higher muscle density of 72.6%, compared to lion’s 58.8%, but tigers also keep themselves very active by walking great distances, hunting difficult prey all alone, swimming miles and miles, and in India, occasionally climbing very tall trees, too. This keeps up their muscle strength. Lion mostly sleeps).

LEARN Sanskrit🙏🏻

विकृत : रूप बिगाड़ा हुआ

🤔 How it works

How Rainfall is measured ⁉⛈️🌨️

Rainfall is measured by the instrument called rain gauge. Rain water collected in this gauge is measured in millimetres or inches.

Rainfall is measured in litres per square meter which is equivalent to mm and can be conveniently converted to meter or cm.

A Rain Gauge is placed 30 cm above the ground in an open area where there are no trees or
buildings to block the rain, and where only rainfall can enter the rain
gauge. The rain collected in the rain gauge is usually measured every
morning with a measuring cylinder at a fixed time. The measurement
constitutes the daily rainfall and is recorded in millimetres(mm). By
adding up the amount of rain collected in a month, we get the monthly
rainfall. The total amount of rainfall collected over 12 months is the
annual rainfall.

The main conversion factor is 1 mm of rainfall = 1 Liter of water/m² (or 0.001 m³ of water/m²);

Here m² means Meter square

The intensities of rain rate are:

up to 5 mm/hr = Light rain rate

between 5–10 mm/hr = Moderate rain rate

10 to 50 mm/hr = Heavy rain rate

50 to 100 mm/hr = Very heavy rain rate

100 to 200 mm/hr = Extreme moderate rain rate

200 mm/hr = Extremely high / cloud burst

💁🏻‍♂️ GK TODAY

Ornithology is the study of birds


Mangalampalli Balamuralikrishna (6 July 1930 – 22 Nov 2016) was an Indian Carnatic vocalist, musician, multi-instrumentalist, playback singer, composer, and character actor. He was awarded the Madras Music Academy’s Sangeetha Kalanidhi in 1978.
He has garnered two National Film Awards (1976, 1987), the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award in 1975, the Padma Vibhushan, India’s second-highest civilian honor in 1991.


Vyasa is the legendary author of the Mahabharata, Vedas and Puranas. He is also called Veda Vyāsa, Vyasam Bhagwan or Krishna Dvaipāyana. The festival of Guru Purnima is dedicated to him.

Parents : Satyavati, Parashara

Veda Vyasa was Born to Maharshi Parasara and Satyavati ( daughter of King of Fisher men)

Spouse : Pinjalaa

Veda Vyasa Krishna Dvaipayana. was the father of Pandu and Dhritarashtra is also the father of Vidura, Veda Vyasa is the title and the name is Krishna Dvaipaayana just as in Dr X (name) Dr is the title and X is the name. He was named Krishna because he was born black, and since he was born in an island, he was named Dvaipaayana. All the three (Dhritarashtra, Pandu and Vidura) were the illegitimate sons of Veda Vyasa. While Dhritarashtra was conceived by Ambika, Pandu was conceived by her younger sister Ambalika. Both Ambikaa and Ambaalikaa are daughters of Kaashya, the king of Kaashi (Varanasi or Benares).

Dhritarashtra was born blind because Ambika, having been frightened of Veda Vyasa’s appearance, shut her eyes completely during copulation with Veda Vyasa

Veda Vyasa had to repeat the performance with Ambalika . seeing the fearsome appearance of Vyasa, Ambaalikaa turned pale during the niyoga act . So the conceived child was born pale and he was named Pandu.

Since the previous two processes did not produce the desired result, that is one normal healthy heir to the throne, Veda Vyasa was summoned for the third time by Satyavati. Ambika agreed to go through the ordeal again. But, at the last moment, she could not muster sufficient courage to face Veda Vyasa. So, she sent her maidservant in her place. The maid had intercourse with Veda Vyasa in full attention and with full devotion. The result was the birth of a normal child with no disability. That child was named Vidura who grew up to be a replica of Dharma (righteousness) as predicted by Veda Vyasa.

Now the person behind all these arrangements was none other than Satyavati (royal mother, mother of the deceased Vichitraveerya and mother-in-law of Ambika and Ambalika) whose first son was Veda Vyasa who too was illegitimate. Now Satyavati had summoned Veda Vyasa to impregnate the issueless two widowed queens (of Vichitraveerya) Ambika and Ambalika in order to obtain a legal heir to the Hastinapura throne.


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

A seizure (the medical term for a fit or convulsion) occurs when there is a sudden burst of electrical activity in them brain temporarily interfering with the normal messaging processes.

Imagine we have certain batteries in the brain. These batteries suddenly and unexpectedly get short-circuited and catch fire, because of which patients get some ‘experience’. It may be some visual experience or it may be some hand jerking or it may be falling down shaking. It depends on which area of the brain is abnormal during the electrically-charged moment. If it happens unexpectedly and several times, it is called epilepsy

  1. First aid for seizures is aimed at keeping the person safe until the seizure stops on its own. Stay calm, loosen anything around the person’s neck, do not restrain them or put anything in their mouth, clear the area around them, and stay with them after the seizure stops.

Put something flat and soft under their head

Allow the person to remain seated in the chair during the seizure (unless they have a care plan which says to move them

when their convulsions stop. stay with them and talk to them calmly until they recover note the time the seizure starts and finishes.

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