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06 July 2018 Current Events 30th Mango Festival in Delhi begins today

The 30th Mango Festival in Delhi has started in full swing today. This festival is being organized in the Capital since 1988. This year, there are more than 500 varieties of mangoes displayed in the festival by the particpants from Bihar, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttrakhand and Uttar Pradesh. There are activities and competitions organized at the festival keeping mango as the theme. These include, mango-eating competition for men and women, and quiz and slogan-writing competition for children. 


Three teenage children drown off Juhu beach in Mumbai

Out of four teenagers who went for a swim in the sea near Juhu beach yesterday, the bodies of three children have been recovererd and one is still missing. They were the residents of DN Nagar in Andheri. As per the reports, all four of them were pulled in by the high tide around 5:30 pm. 


PM Modi to meet his Bhutanese counterpart Tshering Tobgay today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet his Bhutanese counterpart, Tshering Tobgay today to discuss the issues of mutual interest. Tshering Tobgay has come to India for a three-day visit and will be meeting President Ram Nath Kovind this evening. This year, India and Bhutan are celebrating the Golden Jubilee of the establishment of formal diplomatic relations.



30th Mango Festival in Delhi begins today

The 30th Mango Festival in Delhi has started in full swing today. This festival is being organized in the Capital since 1988. This year, there are more than 500 varieties of mangoes displayed in the festival by the particpants from Bihar, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttrakhand and Uttar Pradesh. There are activities and competitions organized at the festival keeping mango as the theme. These include, mango-eating competition for men and women, and quiz and slogan-writing competition for children. 

Three teenage children drown off Juhu beach in Mumbai

Out of four teenagers who went for a swim in the sea near Juhu beach yesterday, the bodies of three children have been recovererd and one is still missing. They were the residents of DN Nagar in Andheri. As per the reports, all four of them were pulled in by the high tide around 5:30 pm. 

PM Modi to meet his Bhutanese counterpart Tshering Tobgay today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet his Bhutanese counterpart, Tshering Tobgay today to discuss the issues of mutual interest. Tshering Tobgay has come to India for a three-day visit and will be meeting President Ram Nath Kovind this evening. This year, India and Bhutan are celebrating the Golden Jubilee of the establishment of formal diplomatic relations.




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