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Djokovic Targets Golden Slam
The season might’ve just be-gun for Novak Djokovic. That’s a warning. The man who scaled ‘Mount Everest’ twice in 48 hours, is eyeing more peaks. Another couple of Slams. A golden rainbow.
Active Covid Cases Fall Below 10L After 66 Days
Daily Cases <60k, Deaths Under 1.4k
Barge Disaster May Be Outside India's Labour Laws' Purview
New Delhi/Mumbai: Onus of Mumbai barge disaster could end up at the door of Durmast Enterprises Ltd under international regulatory regime for seafaring vessels and personnel as it took place outside India’s territorial boundary (up to 12 nautical miles from shore). Durmast owns Papaa 305, chartered by Afcons Infrastructure for an ONGC contract.
Online Schooling 2.0: State To Focus On Wider Access & Virtual Discipline
Mumbai: As schools in Maharashtra, barring Vidarbha, reopen online for the second year in a row from Tuesday, both state and educational institutes are finding ways to make e-learning more effective.
Contractor for fort restoration had warned watch tower would crash
Navi Mumbai: Officials of Savani Heritage Conservation Pvt Ltd, engaged to restore and beautify Belapur fort, claimed its watchtower portion collapsed due to delay in granting permission to restart work. The contractor had written to Cidco in April last year that work had to be carried out, as they had removed the roof of the 40-ft watchtower and sought permission to restart pre-monsoon work. The contractor obtained a NOC Archaeological Survey of India.
Even If There Was No Lockdown, We'd Have Had An Intimate Wedding, Says Danish Sait
The morning after his close-knit wedding with Anya Rangaswami (which was held on June 10), Danish Sait was a busy man. “I’m just overwhelmed by the sheer number of messages on my phone. Just when I hit click ‘reply’ to someone, there’s another message popping. I just told Anya that probably we should divide this task between ourselves to thank each one personally,” he says.
Djokovic Comes Back From Two Sets Down To Beat Tsitsipas, Is First In 52 Years To Win All Slams Twice
After four hours and 11 minutes of action, Novak Djokovic reached up for a high volley and punched out some stirring new lines in tennis history. His second French Open crown, a 19th Grand Slam title, made him the first man in the Open Era to win at least two titles in each major championship.
A First: Women Guards Patrol Nanda Devi Forests At 14,500 Ft
Dehradun: At 14,500 feet, one can leave nothing to chance. So, for months, Durga Sati, 32, Roshni Negi, 25, and Mamta Kansas, 33, had been preparing for the taxing trek. Last week, they became the first women guards to be deployed in the treacherous forests of the country’s second-highest mountain, Nanda Devi, over 25,000 feet high.
‘Students Won't Need Vax Proof To Enter US'
Embassy Official Says Easing Their Travel Top Priority
Big Splash! SUV Nosedives Into 43-ft Well As Ground Caves In
Mumbai: An SUV fell into a 43-foot-deep well in Ghatkopar on Sunday morning, creating huge waves on social media as a video of the incident went viral. The spot where the car had been parked was once the mouth of a well that was now covered.