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  1. As Europe's biggest land conflict since World War II enters fifth month, Western alliance supporting Kyiv starts showing signs of strain
  2. Jirga of notable tribal leaders leave for Afghanistan today for talks with Pakistani Taliban, says report
  3. Rodrigo has the opportunity to sweep the top four categories, which would make her only the third artist to do so.
  4. Muslims clock to Makkah's Grand Mosque for first Jumma prayers after Saudi authorities lifted COVID-19 restrictions
  5. "I feel devastated," said a fan, wearing a Barca shirt with Messi's name and number 10 on the back, outside the player's home
  6. PIA's assets ? such as land, buildings, and ships ? will be mortgaged as collateral for these bonds, say sources
  7. Tired of Covid-19? Want to get the hell out of your house and start leading a normal, maskless life again? © iStock Well, you will have to wait a while buddy, because Coronavirus is apparently here to stay. We'll tell you exactly why! In what was indeed another bizarre chapter of the "List Of Crazy Ways To Get Covid-19 In India", hundreds of people rushed to what is the newly constructed 'Corona Mata Mandir' in Uttar Pradesh. The temple, which has been set up under a neem tree in Shuklapur village of the Pratapgarh district of the state, was established so that people could offer their prayers to protect themselves from the deadly virus. ‘Corona Mata’ temple comes up under a neem tree at a village in Pratapgarh district "Villagers collectively decided & set up the temple with belief that praying to the deity would definitely offer respite to people from Coronavirus," a villager said yesterday. pic.twitter.com/jA3SGU0RQE — ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) June 12, 2021 "After the deadly coronavirus wreaked havoc and snatched thousands of lives, we decided to set up 'Corona Mata' temple under a neem tree with a belief that praying to the deity would offer relief to the people from the deadly virus," a villager said. According to reports, villagers had gathered many donations in order to set up the temple which has a mask-wearing white idol placed inside it called "Corona Mata". Now, while people have been asked to follow COVID guidelines of wearing masks and maintaining social distancing, it was reported that large groups of people have been rushing to the temple to offer their prayers. Soon after the news broke out, people on Twitter obviously could not hide their frustrations. Kya hoga is desh ke logo ka — तरुण चौधरी ।। (@Tarun__JAAT) June 12, 2021मन्दिर बना है तो भीड़ भी होगी meanwhile corona* pic.twitter.com/lrRnaYdasV — тяιgυи ¢нαυнαи (@ImTrigun17) June 12, 2021covid se bach bhi jao pic.twitter.com/zqJ2pyGhW6 — newt_sch (@newt_sch) June 12, 2021PK was not 100% wrong … pic.twitter.com/BgdTxEf8Nn — Humor Being ️ (@followTheGupta) June 12, 2021Waah aankh aur dimaag ke andhe...kuch ni ho sakta in logon ka...tabhi bolte hai...why education is must... — nikhil tyagi (@tyaginikhil50) June 12, 2021Amrican : We have best health infrastructure to fight against COVID 19. Indian : Le Amerika . We have Corona Mata Mandir. pic.twitter.com/HdeSrXNSh4 — चंद्रशेखर शोभा उदयसिंग (@kunzaarinc) June 12, 2021 pic.twitter.com/QxQAhbkThl — Gaurav Singh (@beingsingh98) June 12, 2021This is what happens when you're uneducated — Glenn (@glenn12321) June 12, 2021Corona right now: pic.twitter.com/2llUZDM49M — Shekhar Azad (@shekhu024_) June 12, 2021Need to get out of all these superstitious activities that’s why our country is far behind — Jaimini Panchal (@thesilent07) June 12, 2021Can Indians stop GODifying literally every thing?? — ⟬⟭⁷Smriti𖧵⁵ (@eternallytan) June 12, 2021From Go Corona Go to worshipping Corona, we have come a long way :) — Yuvraj Singh (@youuuuweeee) June 12, 2021Humare desh ki janta.. pic.twitter.com/vmtAGl92K0 — Keshav Mishra ।। केशव मिश्रा ।। ಕೇಶವ್ ಮಿಶ್ರಾ 🇮🇳 (@keshavmishra11) June 12, 2021 View the full article
  8. India has been severely hit by the second wave of the novel Coronavirus and this is time that we all need to adhere to the precautionary measures as told by the health care department. However, sadly, people are failing to understand that mass gatherings can result in nothing but doom right now. © Reuters A massive COVID-19 violation was seen in Gujarat's Sanand city on Tuesday. According to reports, thousands of women undertook a religious gathering to offer water at the Baliyadev Temple. While medical professionals are giving their lives to ensure that people are safe and heal sooner, on the other hand, we have such blatant displays of violation. The visuals are terrifying and we are wondering how could the concerned authorities let this happen. View this post on Instagram Gujarat: Despite COVID restrictions, women in large numbers gathered at Navapura village in Sanand, Ahmedabad district to offer prayers at the Baliyadev temple, yesterday Action taken against 23 people including the Sarpanch of the village, says KT Kamaria, DySP, Ahmedabad Rural pic.twitter.com/5h6jiQN1Yx — ANI (@ANI) May 5, 2021 People are stunned after the visuals started to go viral and asked why did the government not stop this in the very first place? © ANI Twitter © ANI Twitter The mass gathering took place after a local priest claimed that COVID-19 was happening because the 'gods are angry'. The most disturbing part is that even music was being played by a DJ who was accompanying the women. The protocols of wearing masks and keeping social distancing were brutally breached in the public domain. However, the police have now taken action against 23 people in Navapura village, including the village sarpanch. © Reuters Meanwhile, in the last 24 hours, India reported over 3.82 lakh new cases of the novel coronavirus taking the total tally of cases in the country to over 2.06 crores which is a scary number. It’s sad that these people didn’t take any lessons after many devotees who returned from Kumbh Mela were tested positive. About 2,600 devotees tested positive out of the nearly two lakh tests conducted by medical personnel during the mela. MensXP urges everyone to stay home and stay safe because it’s a luxury that many can’t afford. View the full article
  9. People all across the globe have been through so much due to COVID-19 and once again the numbers in India have started rising dismally. However, people are not staying indoors. We see new instances every day where social distancing norms are going for a toss. Now, a similar scary incident took place in Andhra Pradesh's Kurnool district where thousands of people were seen celebrating New Year- Ugadi. Bringing an end to the five-day-long festival they were seen ending it with 'Pidakala Samaram' in Kairuppala village. The crowds were seen without masks on top of each other flouting social distancing norms. ANI shared the video of the same saying, “#WATCH Social distancing norms violated at 'Pidakal war', during which cow dung cakes are hurled by two sides at each other on the next day of Ugadi, in Kairuppala village, Kurnool district yesterday.” Check out the video here- #WATCH Social distancing norms violated at 'Pidakal war', during which cow dung cakes are hurled by two sides at each other on the next day of Ugadi, in Kairuppala village, Kurnool district yesterday#AndhraPradesh pic.twitter.com/4GGHpyyXn3 — ANI (@ANI) April 15, 2021 During the celebrations, thousands of villagers split into two groups who are devotees representing families of Veerabhadra Swamy and Kalikadevi to beat each other. They throw cow-dung cakes as part of the Ugadi celebrations on each other in connection with the mythology behind the marriage. Here’s what people on the internet have to say about this- Ab aur kya dekhna reh gaya hai yahan — Shameela (@shaikhshameela) April 15, 2021Hn karne do...Gadhon ko corona nahi hota — CSR_Tweeting (@Chandra51626266) April 15, 2021Tomatina festival chl rha kya ye — Kaर्तिकेय 🖤 (@ImKarteekey) April 15, 2021La gobarino — Rio Efendi (@RedRanger3000) April 15, 2021Oh God, cowdung cakes!!let them switch to pizza or burger. Sponsorship from brands quite possible — Vallabhan (@SelfDoubtist) April 15, 2021Lolz — Stupid Gujju boy (@imkpbhatt) April 15, 2021According to reports, Temple Executive Officer (EO) KS Rama Rao stated, “the five days Ugadi Utsavams have come to an end on Wednesday. The villagers of Kairuppala celebrate the Pidakal Samara on the next day of the Ugadi festival every year on the occasion of the marriage between Veerabhadra Swamy and Kalikadevi. The 'Pidakal Samara' has been celebrated for generations as a part of our traditions.” According to Kurnool SP, a notice was sent to the organizers ahead of the festival to follow all COVID-19 guidelines during the celebrations. The crowd was asked to wear a mask and maintain social distancing and also gathering should not be more than 100 people as mentioned in the state's COVID Unlock 5.0 guidelines. Now, action will be taken against people who flouted the rules. What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below! View the full article
  10. When two UP cops went on an encounter in Sambhal district, they did not just come back with the criminals, they gave the internet a meme-orable term that people won't forget anytime soon. We're talking about the iconic 'Thain Thain' that a cop shouted out as a last resort, when the pistol got jammed during an operation to catch the goons. #WATCH: Police personnel shouts 'thain thain' to scare criminals during an encounter in Sambhal after his revolver got jammed. ASP says, 'words like 'maaro & ghero' are said to create mental pressure on criminals. Cartridges being stuck in revolver is a technical fault'. (12.10) pic.twitter.com/NKyEnPZukh — ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) October 13, 2018 The cop's 'presence of mind' gave him fame and a bravery award recommendation, while also giving the internet a string of hilarious memes. It also gave a YouTuber an idea to replace the word with the gun sounds in 'Counter-Strike'. But most importantly, it gave a bunch of genius people an idea to celebrate Diwali in an eco-friendly way. We're not even close to joking when we say that a group of people are planning to gather in Connaught Place, just to shout 'Thain Thain' to celebrate an eco-friendly Diwali. The event is being hosted by 'The Wander Bottle'. Facebook The event page says, "We request you all to mark your presence in Central Park at 5 pm and shout "Thain, Thain" to celebrate eco-friendly Diwali." Honestly, I don't know what's crazier, the fact that there's a legit event page on Facebook or the fact that I am actually contemplating going there to shout 'thain thain'.
  11. MEXICO CITY: Desperate residents left homeless by Mexico's deadliest earthquake in a generation gathered in a tent village in the south of the capital on Friday, as the death toll climbed to 286 and signs of exhaustion gripped rescuers three days after the tremor. Tuesday's 7.1 magnitude quake levelled some 52 buildings in the sprawling Mexican capital, sparking a frenzied hunt for survivors and prompting political parties to outdo each other with pledges of donations to the rescue efforts ahead of next year's election. Across the city of 20 million people, the extent of damage from the quake was becoming apparent, with many people whose dwellings had become uninhabitable seeking somewhere to call home, raising the risk of a housing shortage in coming weeks. Despite dimming hopes of finding more survivors, President Enrique Pena Nieto insisted rescue operations would continue. Local media reported that military officials pulled two people from the wreckage of a textile factory in the central Colonia Obrera neighborhood of the capital late on Thursday, though it was not immediately clear if they survived. In the Girasoles complex in the south of the city, officials cordoned off large areas of the development after two of its roughly 30 apartment buildings collapsed. A handwritten sign across the street listed 14 people said to have died there. Anguished residents, who were given a series of 20-minute blocks of time to collect belongings from their apartments, feared their homes could be turned to rubble once inspectors have determined which buildings are safe and which may need to be demolished if they are a risk to public safety. "The building is very, very damaged. It moves. Everything moves," said Vladimir Estrada, a 39-year-old musical radio programmer, returning from a rushed trip to his fifth floor apartment with plastic bags stuffed with his belongings. "Nobody here has insurance. Some have family members who can help them but others don't. Everything is in doubt." Several removal vans were laden with mattresses and furniture as those who were able to leave packed up and did so. But, with few places to go and concern for their largely uninsured properties, many chose to camp out, making the most of allotted windows of time to extricate their possessions. Others slept in their cars. Emergency services worker Ana Karen Almanza was helping coordinate the arrival of donated supplies in the park, where about a dozen tarp awnings had been erected. She said there was no official involvement in the tent village emerging around her. "It's the residents, the neighbors," she said. "Lots of them don't have anywhere to live." Discontent Tuesday's massive quake struck on the anniversary of the deadly 1985 tremor that killed some 5,000 people in Mexico City, spooking many residents. As the shock began to subside, exhaustion crept in, along with growing discontent and swirling speculation. Late on Thursday, Mexico's Navy apologized for communicating incorrect information in the story a fictitious schoolgirl, supposedly trapped under a collapsed school in Mexico City. The tale of the girl, dubbed Frida Sofia by local media, had captivated a devastated nation, and the high-profile televised blunder led to anger. Officials also sought to quash rumors that the military would be bulldozing razed buildings deemed unlikely to harbor survivors. Across the city, thousands of rescue workers and special teams using sniffer dogs continued to comb the wreckage of buildings for survivors. With signs of tensions bubbling under the surface, the country's deeply unpopular political class strove to shine. Disaster relief is sensitive for politicians in Mexico after the government's widely panned response to the 1985 quake caused upheaval, which some credited with weakening the one-party rule of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI). In a statement, the PRI said it would be donating 258 million pesos ($14.42 million), or 25 percent of its annual federal funding, to help those afflicted. Meanwhile, the national human rights commission proposed changing the Mexican constitution to divert about 30 percent of political parties' funding to a federal disaster fund. Calls for political penny-pinching gained momentum on social media following a powerful quake two weeks ago that killed nearly 100 people in the south of the country. After that temblor, current leftist presidential frontrunner Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador suggested donating 20 percent of his party's federal campaign funds for victims. On Thursday, though, after news of the PRI plans broke, Lopez Obrador upped the ante, proposing donating 50 percent of his National Regeneration Movement (MORENA) party's 2018 federal funding to support victims. Lorenzo Cordova, the head of the national electoral institute, said in a video posted to Twitter the body had no problem with parties choosing to divert funds to the needy. The full scale of damage has not been officially calculated. Citigroup's Mexican unit Citibanamex told clients it was lowering its 2017 economic growth forecast to 1.9 percent from 2.0 percent due to the earthquake.
  12. MAKKAH: More than two million Muslims from around the world will start the hajj pilgrimage at Islam´s holiest sites Wednesday, a religious duty and an epic multi-stage journey. This year sees pilgrims from Shiite Iran return after a hiatus following a diplomatic spat between the Islamic republic and Sunni arch-rival Saudi Arabia. It also comes with the Gulf mired in political crisis and Islamic State group jihadists under pressure in Iraq and Syria. Saudi authorities have mobilised vast resources in hope of avoiding a repeat of a deadly 2015 stampede that left nearly 2,300 people dead, including 464 Iranians. Riyadh and Tehran cut ties months later, after the execution of a Shiite cleric in Saudi Arabia sparked attacks on Saudi diplomatic missions in Iran. The pilgrimage also comes amid a diplomatic crisis between a Saudi-led bloc of Arab countries and Qatar, accused of supporting extremist groups and being too close to Riyadh´s arch-rival Tehran. A blockade imposed on Qatar since June 5 has seen sea and air links shut down, preventing many Qataris from making hajj, although Riyadh relaxed entry restrictions across its land border with the emirate two weeks before the pilgrimage. The colossal religious gathering comes with IS under pressure having lost swathes of territory it controlled in Iraq and Syria. But the group continues to claim attacks in the Middle East and Europe. Saudi authorities say they are ready for any eventuality. Interior ministry spokesman General Mansour al-Turki said more than 100,000 security personnel had been deployed at various sites along the hajj route. ´New emotions every time´ After donning the simple garb of the pilgrim, the faithful gather in the esplanade of Makkah´s Grand Mosque with its seven minarets. There, they perform a ritual walk seven times around the Kaaba, a black masonry cube wrapped in a heavy silk cloth embroidered with Koranic verses in golden embroidery. The shrine is the point towards which Muslims around the world pray. Pilgrims then head for Mina, five kilometres (three miles) further east, where hundreds of thousands of people will gather before setting off on Thursday at dawn to climb Mount Arafat, the pinnacle of the pilgrimage. Tidjani Traore, a public service consultant from Benin, said he was preparing for his 22nd pilgrimage at the age of 53. "Every time, there are new emotions," he said. "There are new innovations for organising and hosting the pilgrims. Now, for example, the tents are air-conditioned." Saudi authorities have placed misting fans on the esplanade of the Grand Mosque to take the edge off the intense heat. On the eve of the first rites of the pilgrimage, the walkways thronged with people and the smell of musk wafted through the air. Sitting in the shade of trees or reinforced concrete bridges, the faithful waited patiently for the next call to prayer. Others continued their march, protected by a prayer mat or a small umbrella fixed on the head with an elastic band. Several times throughout the day, well-run teams of employees, mostly Asian, cleaned the esplanade with jets of water. As the hour for prayer arrived, a young woman sat at a table in an ice cream shop and prayed, her hands crossed on her knees. A few paces from the Kaaba, Egyptian pilgrim Fatiya Taha could not hide her joy. At 67 the oldest in her group, she sat in her wheelchair in Islam´s most holy spot. "I´ve been looking forward to this pilgrimage for four years," she said.
  13. A man types on a computer keyboard in front of the displayed cyber code in this illustration picture taken on March 1, 2017. AMSTERDAM: The Dutch Senate passed a law early on Wednesday giving intelligence agencies broad new surveillance and other powers, including the ability to gather data from large groups of people at once. The Senate's approval was the last hurdle for the "tapping law," which was moulded into its current form after years of debate and criticism from both the country's constitutional courts and online privacy advocates. The law, which was passed with broad support, will go into effect this month after it is signed by the country's monarch and circulated in the official legislative newspaper. Online rights group Bits of Freedom warned the Netherlands' military and civil intelligence agencies will now have the opportunity to tap large quantities of internet data traffic, without needing to give clear reasons and with limited oversight. They also object to a three-year term for storage of data that agencies deem relevant, and the possibility for them to exchange information they cull with foreign counterparts. The government argued that the powers are needed to counter threats to national security in the modern era, and their use can be tested by an oversight panel.
  14. Antonella Roccuzzo and Messi ROSARIO, Argentina: Football and showbiz stars gathered in Argentina for Latin America's celebrity wedding bash of the decade as Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi prepared to marry his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo on Friday. Pop star Shakira and her husband, Messi's teammate Gerard Pique, were expected among the 260 guests, according to media and locals close to the event. They will join old friends of the couple and footballers, including his Barcelona strike partners Neymar and Luis Suarez, in Messi's northern hometown, Rosario. Suarez and other soccer stars were watched by curious locals as they stepped off private jets on Thursday at Rosario´s airport. The party will be a respite for Messi from his legal woes. A Spanish court last month rejected his appeal against a conviction for tax fraud. All-star guest list Brunette bride Roccuzzo, 29, will wear a dress by Rosa Clara -- a Spanish designer who has dressed actress Eva Longoria and Spain´s Queen Letizia. From 2200 GMT the guests will pack into the Hotel City-Center Casino, which stands right next to a crime-ridden slum run by drug gangs. This city of 1.2 million people is also a cradle of footballing talent, however. "Rosario lives and breathes football. That is another reason Lionel feels so comfortable here," the city´s mayor, Monica Fein, told AFP. "I think he is excited that through his wedding his friends (from abroad) will be able to get to know the city he loves so much." Roast gizzards The civil wedding ceremony and party will all take place inside the venue, and the guests will be lodged there too. Messi, 30, has reportedly asked chefs to cook local delicacies such as "locro" stew and "empanada" pasties for the feast. The star dish is a typical Argentine beef roast including chitterlings, gizzards and kidneys. Uruguayan pop bands Rombai and Marama plus singer Karina, wife of Argentina footballer Sergio Aguero, will perform at the dance. It is not known whether the guests will also get a song from Shakira, the Colombian diva famous for "Whenever, Wherever." Guards and reporters Organizers say 157 journalists have been accredited to cover the bash, but have been warned they will have no access to the guests. Security will be handled by a private team of Israeli specialists used by Messi for all his excursions. Messi and Roccuzzo live in Barcelona where he plays, but still return regularly to Rosario on holiday. The couple met as children. He moved to Spain when he was 13 to join FC Barcelona, but they kept in touch. "They are the love of each other´s lives," Messi's childhood friend Diego Vallejos told AFP.
  15. KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) is holding ‘Huqooq-e-Karachi’ march on Sunday to protest against the day-to-day problems faced by the city’s residents. PTI Chairman Imran Khan is leading the rally from Mazar-e-Quaid to Jail Chowrangi. PTI supporters started arriving at the venue, where party leaders including Imran Khan will deliver speeches. The PTI chief while announcing the march had said that the walk aims to bring to the spotlight issues such as loadshedding, water shortage and garbage disposal. Earlier in the day, PTI and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s workers came face to face outside the Karachi Press Club. Workers of both the parties started chanting slogans and hurled stones at each other, although the situation was brought under control later on. The PTI Chief reached Karachi today, where he also spoke to media personnel. He claimed that the person who offered to pay Rs10 billion to him to be silent on the Supreme Court's decision over Panama leaks case, was ready to pay even more. Speaking on the problems facing Karachi residents, Khan said the issue of water scarcity was the most serious and would be the focus of today’s march. “Karachi is buried in filth. Money that should be spent on development of Sindh goes to Dubai instead,” the PTI chairman said. “I had promised the people of Karachi I would come here after getting done with the Panama case, and I am here now,” he remarked. A week ago, PTI took to the streets of Karachi to mobilise and invite the public for the ‘Huqooq-e-Karachi’ march. Legendary cricketer Wasim Akram is also set to join the march today. Meanwhile, PML-N leaders are also holding a rally in Karachi’s Baldia area. A heat wave is also forecasted in the city, with temperatures predicted to rise up to 41 degrees Celsius today.
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