Live Covid case updates in India: India reports 18,257 new cases, 14,553 recoveries and 42 deaths in last 24 hours

India Covid Case News Live: The number of COVID-19 cases in India rose by 18,257 in a day to 4,36,22,651 while the number of active cases rose to 1,25,028, according to the Ministry of Health of India. Union. The death toll rose to 5.25,428, with 42 more people succumbing to the viral illness. The number of active cases increased by 3,662 in one day and now accounts for 0.29% of total infections, while the national COVID-19 recovery rate has been recorded. at 98.51%, the health ministry said. Daily positivity rate 4.22%.

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Rohit Sharma becomes first Indian batter to smash 300 fours in T20Is

Indian skipper Rohit Sharma became the first Indian batter to record 300 fours to his name in the T20Is on Saturday. Rohit achieved the feat in the second T20I against England where he scored 31 runs from 20 balls and broke three fours and two sixes to take his total of four to 301. With this record, Rohit came second on the count, passing India batter Virat Kohli, who sits in third place with a total of 298 fours. The list is led by Irish hitter Paul Stirling with a total of 325 fours.

BSF and Pakistan Rangers exchange sweets at the Attari-Wagah border on the occasion of Eid-Al-Adha

Jammu and Kashmir: Members of the Muslim community offer namaz at Baltal Base Camp on the occasion of Eid-Al-Adha

Muslim community members, who provide services to pilgrims during Amarnath yatra, offer namaz at Baltal base camp in Eid-Al-Adha. A special prayer was led for those who lost their lives in the downpour. The Masjid committee also offered assistance to pilgrims who needed help.

Covid update: Active Covid cases rise to 1,28,690 from 1,25,028

One-day rise of 18,257 new coronavirus infections, 42 deaths bring India’s COVID-19 tally to 4,36,22,651, death toll to 5,25,428

The number of COVID-19 cases in India rose by 18,257 in a day to 4,36,22,651 while the number of active cases rose to 1,25,028, according to the Ministry of Health of India. Union. The death toll has climbed to 5,25,428 with another 42 people succumbing to the viral illness. The number of active cases rose by 3,662 in one day and now accounts for 0.29 percent of total infections, while the national COVID-19 cure rate was recorded at 98.51 percent, the ministry said. Health.

Devotees offer namaz on the occasion of Eid-Al-Adha at Jama Masjid in Panaji

Devotees offer namaz on the occasion of Eid-Al-Adha at Jama Masjid in Panaji

the IMF is closely monitoring the situation in Lanka; hopes resolution of political crisis will resume talks on bailout deal

US urges Sri Lankan leaders to work ‘swiftly’ to achieve economic stability

A State Department spokesperson said any new government should “work quickly to identify and implement solutions that will achieve long-term economic stability and address the discontent of the Sri Lankan people.”

Downpour incident

Amarnath yatra temporarily halted due to waterspout incident.

Blinken will travel to Japan on Monday to offer his condolences to Abe

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken will travel to Japan on Monday to offer his condolences in person over the assassination of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, the State Department announced.

Where is Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa?

Inside the president’s whitewashed, colonial-era residence, a Facebook live stream showed hundreds of protesters, some draped in the national flag, crowding into rooms and hallways.

The fundamental problems

Sri Lanka is suffering from runaway inflation and struggling to import food, fuel and medicine amid the country’s worst economic crisis in 70 years.

The most important and visible result of the crisis is soaring inflation

The most important and visible result of the crisis is soaring inflation

A depressed economy

The island nation of 22 million is grappling with its worst economic crisis since its independence in 1948, which came from the confluence of the Covid-19 pandemic hitting the tourism-dependent economy, rising prices oil and populist tax cuts by the government of President Gotabaya Rajapaksa and his brother, Mahinda, who resigned as prime minister in May.

A desperate nation

The hard decision

Ranil Wickremesinghe, who was appointed Prime Minister in May, announced that he would step down from his post to ensure the continuity of government and the safety of all citizens.

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