May 25 News Roundup | MI eliminate LSG in Eliminator, double amputee UP youth clears UPSC & more
From Mumbai Indians knocking out Lucknow Super Giants to set up a Qualifier 2 encounter against Gujarat Titans to double amputee UP youth clearing UPSC exam, read on to know more about the latest trending news and updates in our May 25 news roundup.
IPL 2023: LSG knocked out, MI to play GT in Qualifier 2
Mumbai Indians secured a comfortable victory against Lucknow Super Giants on Wednesday to surge ahead in the tournament to play Gujarat Titans in IPL Qualifier 2. The highlight of the game was Mumbai Indians pacer Akash Madhwal's 5-wicket haul to bowl out LSG for just 101.
Anurag Kashyap's "Kennedy" gets 7-minute standing ovation at Cannes
Directed by Anurag Kashyap, a police noir title named 'Kennedy' was screened at The Grand Lumiere Theatre at the Cannes film festival, where it received a 7-minute standing ovation. Sunny Leone and Rahul Bhat play the lead roles in the said film.
Mainpuri youth, who lost his legs and arms in accident cracks UPSC civil services
A youth from Mainpuri, Suraj Tiwari, defied odds to secured the 917th rank in the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) examination. What makes his achievement stand out is the fact that Suraj had lost both of his legs and the right arm in a 2017 train accident in Ghaziabad.
Gold prices plummet ₹430; Silver down by ₹750
Gold prices in the national capital went down by ₹430 on Thursday to reach ₹60,250 per 10 gram. Silver prices, on the other hand, also plummeted ₹750 to stop at ₹72,540 per kg in the midst of weakening trends globally.
Khelo India University Games 2023 opening ceremony to be held in Lucknow
Even though the sporting events have already started on May 23, the official opening ceremony of Khelo India University Games will be held today at Lucknow's BBD University. Amidst a number of cultural performances, Kailash Kher will also be performing at the event.
Indians dominant nationality in UK’s skilled worker and student Visa tally
Indians have been found to be the dominant nationality in the US skilled workers and student visa tally, according to the immigration stats released on Thursday. Indians make up 41% of all the students granted visa for post-study work in the UK.
OTT programmes to issue anti-tobacco warnings soon; Health Ministry to change rules
With the Health Ministry planning to change the relevant rules, OTT programmes in India might soon have to issue anti-tobacco warnings just like movies in theatres do. Furthermore, OTT programmes might also have to issue a 20-second audio on the ill-effects of tobacco use at the beginning and during the content.
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