Firstpost Editor's Picks: Modi's Varanasi speech, polls in Jammu Kashmir, Afghanistan's cricket team; today's must-read stories
Editor's Picks: Narendra Modi's Varanasi speech, Engineer Rashid and Kashmir politics, Jawaharlal Nehru's death anniversary; today's must-read stories.
While the speech, without any doubts was dedicated to BJP karyakartas — for whom Modi expressed gratitude multiple times in his speech — at the same time it was targeted at dispensing any confusion about the reason and outcome of the massive mandate that the BJP received in this Lok Sabha election.
Engineer Rashid, 51, a former MLA from Langate constituency in north Kashmir, stunned everyone by polling 1,01500 votes as an Independent candidate from Baramulla parliamentary constituency, 31,192 votes behind the National Conference's winning candidate, Akbar Lone.
"It was a big occasion for Afghanistan. We had never ever played on the big stage like the World Cup. Luckily, I was part of that victory as well. And I was at the crease too, 15 off 39 balls and that too not out," Hamid beams.
Avengers: Endgame created history in more ways than one. Not only was the film a final goodbye to the first three phases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), but the film also managed to break all possible records at the box office.
The first prime minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru, is known for his development model and how it shaped the country. But an aspect that is not often highlighted is his contribution to the field of Indian cinema.
While India may not finish last even if they lose to Japan on Thursday, the loss will take the hosts to their worst placing ever, which will be between 13 and 16.
Hockey World Cup 2023: Belgium and Australia secure Semi-final berths but not taking anything for granted
Australia beat Spain 4-3 in the quarter-finals, whereas Belgium fended off a spirited challenge from New Zealand 2-0.
Hockey World Cup 2023: Grambusch brothers shine in Germany's 'crazy' win over England to enter semifinals
The German fightback was reminiscent of their national football team which is famous for its never-say-die attitude and came back after England were 2-0 ahead till the 58th minute.