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Allu Arjun's Pushpa 2 to release in 2024? June 16, 2021 15:17

Allu Arjun's Pushpa 2 to release in 2024?:- Stylish Star Allu Arjun is completely focused on his next film Pushpa. Sukumar is the director and Pushpa is the costliest film made in Bunny's career. The makers decided to go with two parts after considering the content. Around 25 days of the shoot for the first part is pending and it is expected to be completed in July and August. Sukumar is currently planning the schedules of Pushpa and the dates of the actors are worked out. There are lot of speculations about the second part of Pushpa. Allu Arjun decided to go ahead with Sriram Venu's Icon after he completes the first part of Pushpa. Sukumar needs ample time to complete the post-production work of Pushpa and he also needs to pen the script of Pushpa 2. Hence Allu Arjun decided to complete the shoot of Icon. Going with the new update, Sukumar is also in plans to take up Vijay Devarakonda's film that was announced some time ago. After completing Pushpa, Sukumar will head for Vijay Devarakonda's film. The shoot of the second installment of Pushpa will resume in 2023 and the film is expected to hit the screens in 2024. Mythri Movie Makers are the producers and Rashmika will be the leading lady. Malayalam actor Fahad Fazil will be seen as the lead antagonist in Pushpa.

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Venkatesh and Naga Chaitanya ready to test their luck? June 16, 2021 14:23

Venkatesh and Naga Chaitanya ready to test their luck?:- The second wave of coronavirus brought a long pause for the film shoots and the theatrical run of the films. The shoots are canceled and the theatres are shut since the mid of April. With the cases coming down, the film industry is slowly getting back to work. The shoots of several films featuring young actors resume recently and those that will feature stars will start from July. There are debates going on about the theatres in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. The permissions for the screening of films will be given in July with 50 percent occupancy. If the night curfews are lifted, several producers are in plans to release their films from the last week of July. Venkatesh's Naarappa will be the first film to release post-pandemic. The post-production work of the film is currently in the final stages and the work will be completed in a week announced the makers. Venkatesh recently gave his nod for the release and an official release date will be announced soon. As per the update, Naarappa is expected to release in the first week of August. Naga Chaitanya also completed the shoot of Love Story and the copy is ready for release. The makers are considering August 13th release for the movie. Sekhar Kammula is the director. Venkatesh and Naga Chaitanya are the first actors to take a risk and release their films after the second wave of coronavirus.

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62,224 new Coronavirus cases reported in India June 16, 2021 12:32

62,224 new Coronavirus cases reported in India:- A total number of 62,224 new cases for coronavirus are reported in the country in the last 24 hours taking the total number of cases to 2,96,33,105. With 1,07,628 new recoveries and discharges, the total number of recoveries in the country reached 2,83,88,100. With 2542 new deaths reported in the country, the total death toll climbed to 3,79,573 as per the reports from the Union Health Ministry. The total number of active cases for coronavirus in India are said to be 8,65,432 and the total Indians who took up the vaccination shot for coronavirus are said to be 26,19,72,014. Around 28 lakh new people are vaccinated for coronavirus in the last 24 hours. Kerala stands on the top of the list of new cases with 12,246 cases reported. The coronavirus vaccination program is happening at a fast pace for now. New Delhi's AIIMS decided to resume the OPD services in a phased manner in the hospitals which were suspended recently after the rise of coronavirus in the state. Dr NK Arora, Chair of India’s COVID-19 Working Group of National Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (NTAGI) said that the interval between the doses of Covishield has been increased on scientific evidence and not due to the shortage of vaccines. Taj Mahal will reopen for the public from June 16th and 650 people will be allowed at a time. The active cases for coronavirus dropped down below 9 lakh mark after 70 days in the country. As per the data from the Indian Council of Medical Research, the total samples for coronavirus tested in India in the last 24 hours are said to be 19,30,987 and the samples tested in total are 38,33,06,971.

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YS Jagan to operate from Vizag from July 23rd June 16, 2021 11:59

YS Jagan to operate from Vizag from July 23rd:- Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy had plans to shift the capital of the state to Visakhapatnam but the plans got stalled after a series of cases are filed in the High Court. Despite the coronavirus pandemic, YS Jagan has not stalled his plans. Several leaders of YSRCP recently announced that the government will be shifted to Vizag very soon. Going with the recent developments, YS Jagan is keen to shift his Camp Office to Vizag and operate from July 23rd. The official residence and the Camp Office of YS Jagan are finalized recently and the necessary arrangements are being made. AP Minister Botsa Satyanarayana is personally overlooking the programs. YS Jagan is said to have informed about shifting the capital to Union Home Minister Amit Shah and AP Governor Biswabhusan Harichandan recently. Some of the cases about shifting the capital are pending in the High Court. As of now, YS Jagan alone will work from Vizag and the other departments related to the government will be shifted at a later date. Some of the offices will operate from Amaravati and some of them from Kurnool for now. For the officials to reach the official residence of YS Jagan in Vizag, special roads are laid from Vizag airport recently. Only YS Jagan and the officials will be allowed to travel through these special lanes. The opposition parties slammed the government of Andhra Pradesh for misusing the public funds in the name of shifting the capital when the people and the courts are against it.

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Planning a trip to Hawaii Islands: How to Plan? June 15, 2021 18:29

Planning a trip to Hawaii Islands: How to Plan?:- Hawaii happens to be one of the most exotic locations and has several beaches around. All those who are vaccinated will be able to travel for a holiday to Hawaii without any testing and quarantine. The government of Hawaii issued several guidelines about the travel and the state will be reopened very soon with strict entry rules. The state will be open after Hawaii reaches 60 percent vaccination rate and the people can travel with the proof of vaccination. The quarantine and testing requirements for intercountry travel will come to an end by Tuesday. As of now, Hawaii reached 53 percent of the vaccination. “As Hawaii’s public health outcomes improve and our economic situation appears to be stabilising, I am ending several of the emergency provisions that have been in place for over a year,” told Hawaii Gov. David Ige in a statement. There are several travellers who are eagerly waiting to plan their trips to the islands. The state has been demanding negative COVID test report within 72 hours of the travel if your are looking to travel to Hawaii. The tests ranges are between 200 USD and 300 US. Even the vaccinated travellers need to take up the tests and there are various concerns about this. Several travellers have been frustrated with these experiences. There are several debates going on across the social media circles after which the Hawaii is opening for public very soon.

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How can yoga get rid of Acidity? June 15, 2021 17:50

How can yoga get rid of Acidity?:- Acidity is an ailment that develops when the stomach has much of acid. Late food intake or food breakdown generates acid that is caused by the stomach and the acid production of the stomach goes overboard because of which acidity takes place. Proper chewing of food, stopping smoking and drinking enough water are essential for those who are suffering with acidity. Else the conditions may turn worse. Yoga will help you big time to reduce the acidity in the digestive system and treat the acid reflux. Several studies that are published in the National Institutes of Health said that practicing yoga will clear all the digestive disorders like acid reflux and will get rid of acidity. Forward bend position in yoga promotes the better functioning of the abdominal organs. This also helps in regulating the menstrual cycle. This asana also reduces the abdominal fat. Plough pose or Hala increases the strength and flexibility of the spinal muscles. This also improves digestion and helps in weight reduction. Vajrasana can be practised after lunch or dinner and is the best for treating acidity. This reduces bloating and prevents abdominal discomfort. Pavanamuktasana can heal the digestive issues like gas and constipation. It also reduces the stress in the lower back. Ushtrasana helps to stimulate the abdominal organs. Also, it is advised for people suffering with acidity to avoid eating so much. Eat modest portions in a day instead of or two large meals.

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Twitter receives summons from the Parliamentary Committee June 15, 2021 16:22

Twitter receives summons from the Parliamentary Committee:- There has been an ongoing tussle between the Centre and the social media platforms. The Parliamentary Standing Committee for Information and Technology issued summons for Twitter. The social media giant has been asked to attend before the panel located in the Parliament Complex on June 18th at 4 PM. The Parliamentary Committee wants Twitter to give a representation about how to prevent the misuse of social media and online news. "To hear the views of representatives of Twitter followed by evidence of representatives Electronics Technology 'Safeguarding citizens' rights and prevention of misuse of social/online news media platforms including special emphasis on women security in the digital space" told Parliamentary Panel in a statement. The Centre recently gave the final notices to Twitter for compliance with the new IT rules. Twitter did not provide adequate clarifications despite of the repeated letters. Rakesh Maheshwari, Group Coordinator for Cyberlaw at the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) penned a letter to Twitter about the same. Twitter assured to comply with the new rules after a series of letters. A panel will listen to the version of Twitter and they will find out the reason behind stopping Twitter to agree to the new IT rules. The Parliamentary Committee summoned Twitter several times in the recent times. When other social media giants like Facebook responded and agreed to the new laws, Twitter is hesitant.

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Rahul Dravid will coach Team India in Sri Lankan Tour June 15, 2021 11:30

Rahul Dravid will coach Team India in Sri Lankan Tour:- Indian ex-cricketer Rahul Dravid will coach the team in the upcoming Sri Lankan tour and the news is confirmed by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) President Sourav Ganguly. The Indian squad for the short Sri Lankan tour has been finalized recently and the team is currently in 14 days institutional quarantine in Mumbai. Rahul Dravid has been assisting India A and under-19 teams for the past few years. He has been a strength for developing the bench of players for the country. Team India will play three ODIs along with three T20s with Sri Lanka from July 13th to 27th. Shikar Dhawan will lead Team India and Bhuvaneshwar Kumar is named as the Vice-captain for the team during the Sri Lankan tour. The current Indian coach Ravi Shastri will be with the Indian team which will, be playing the test series with England during the same time. Virat Kohli will lead team India in the England tour. Rahul Dravid is also the head of Cricket Operations at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly spoke about resuming IPL 2021 saying that BCCI has written to UAE for tax exemption and is waiting for their response.

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Indian coronavirus tally dips to 60,000 mark June 15, 2021 10:47

Indian coronavirus tally dips to 60,000 mark:- The second wave of coronavirus is slowly coming down after the strict implementation of lockdown across all the states and the borders. After reaching the peak of 4 lakh cases per day in May, the daily tally came down to 60,000 mark. A total number of 60,471 cases are reported in the country in the last 24 hours in India taking the total tally of cases to 2,95,70,881. This is the lowest tally in the last 75 days. The recoveries continued to be higher than the reported cases. A total number of 1,17,525 people got discharged in the last 24 hours and the total number of recoveries reached 2,82,80,472. The death rate is slowly declining and 2726 new deaths are reported in India. The total death tally in India is at 3,77,031 as per the reports from the Union Health Ministry and the total number of active cases for coronavirus in the country are said to be 9,13,378. The total number of Indians who took up the vaccination shot for coronavirus are said to be 25,90,44,072. The Indian recovery rate climbed to 95.64 percent and the weekly positivity rate dropped to less than 5 percent and it stands at 4.39 percent. The daily positivity rate stands at 3.45 percent as per the reports from the Union Health Ministry. Serum Institute of India will soon manufacture Novavax and the efficacy rate of the vaccine is said to be 90.4 percent. Novavax got authorization in the USA and SII will manufacture it in India. As per the reports from the Indian Council of Medical Research, the samples that are tested on June 14th in the country are said to be 17,51,358 and the samples that are tested till date are said to be 38,13,75,984.

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84,332 Coronavirus cases reported in India June 12, 2021 15:50

84,332 Coronavirus cases reported in India:- A total number of 84,332 new cases of coronavirus are reported in the country in the last 24 hours taking the total tally of cases to reach 2,93,59,155. The total number of people who got discharged in the last 24 hours are said to be 1,21,311 and the total number of recoveries reached 2,79,11,384 in the country. 4002 new deaths are reported in India in the last 24 hours and the total death tally reached 3,67,081. There are 10,80,690 active cases of coronavirus in the country till date and the total number of people who took up the vaccination doses in India are said to be 24,96,00,304. The Centre will be providing over 10 lakh vaccinations per day on a regular basis for the states and union territories in the next three days. The Chinese researchers found a batch of new coronavirus in bats. The Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) gave their approval for CSIR and Laxai Life Sciences Private Limited for the clinical trials of Colchicine. As per the reports from the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), the total coronavirus tests conducted in India yesterday are said to be 19,20,477 and the samples tested in total are said to be 37,62,32,162.

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