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Story Posted on 19-11-2021

ART & CULTURE

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Spider Man, Zendaya, Tomholland

10 things Tom Holland said about Zendaya and Spider-Man in his viral interview

Ahead of his new movie Spider-Man: No Way Home, Tom Holland spoke about his relationship with Zendaya and the movie in an interview. Here is a 10-point breakdown.

VARIETY

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Lucknow, PM Modi, Modiinlucknow

Don't hang clothes in balcony, Lucknow residents told ahead of PM Modi's visit. It is a good thing

Right ahead of PM Modi's Lucknow visit, Gomti Nagar residents are trying their best to maintain their best face.

VARIETY

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Sbi memes, Sbi lunch breaks, Sbi denies entry, Statebankofindia

SBI asks customer in shorts to go back. 4 problems they can fix instead

A man, in a pair of shorts, showed up at a State Bank of India branch in West Bengal. He was asked to go home, dress properly, and come back.

SPORTS

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Ashes, Australia cricket, Sexting, Scandal

Why did Tim Paine resign as Australia Test captain?

Australia Test cricket captain Tim Paine announced his resignation on November 19 at a press conference in Hobart, Australia. What led to his resignation?

VARIETY

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Chinese restaurant, Bbq buffet, Bannedforeating

A Chinese restaurant banned a food blogger from their all-you-can-eat BBQ. Why?

A Chinese food blogger has been banned from an all-you-can-eat BBQ buffet at a restaurant at Changsha in China. He is not happy, understandably.

POLITICS

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Farmlawsrepealed, Farmersprotest, PM Modi, Farmlaws

PM Modi repeals 3 Farm Laws: Masterstroke explained in 10 points

It's a moment of victory on Delhi roads where groups of farmers are protesting. And it's a moment of reckoning inside the palatial government buildings housing the country's leaders.

SCI-TECH

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Red moon, NASA, Lunareclipse

The last partial lunar eclipse of 2021 is tonight. Where can you see it from and 7 other questions, answered

The last lunar eclipse of 2021, which is actually an 'almost total' lunar eclipse, is tonight, November 19. We answer eight of the most-asked questions on this lunar eclipse.