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Kerala Lottery Result 29.8.2020: Karunya KR 463 lottery result to be declared at 3 PM today on keralalotteries.com
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Kerala Lottery Result 29.8.2020: Karunya KR 463 lottery result to be declared at 3 PM today on keralalotteries.com

Kerala Lottery Result 29.8.2020: The long wait for Karunya KR 463 lottery result will be over today. The Kerala State Lottery Department is going to announce the Karunya lottery result at 3:00 PM. The Director of Kerala Lottery Department will officially announce the Karunya KR 463 Weekly lottery result today after the lucky draw at Gorky Bhavan, Thiruvananthapuram. The live streaming of the entire list of lucky winners will become available at the official website of the Kerala Lottery Department — keralalotteries.com. For alternative, one can check the full list of lucky winners' list at keralalotteries.net as well. Kerala Lottery Result Karunya KR 463 prize details Lucky first prize winner of the Kerala state lottery Karunya KR 463 Weekly lottery results will take home Rs 80 lakh ...
Lotus Temple
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Lotus Temple

Located in the national capital of New Delhi, the Lotus Temple is an edifice dedicated to the Baha'i faith. The magnificent structure of this building unfolds in the form of a stupendous white petal lotus and is one of the most visited establishments in the world. The design of this shrine was conceptualized by Canadian architect Fariborz Sahba and was completed in the year 1986. This temple seeks to propagate the oneness of the Almighty and is open to all regardless of their nationality, religion, race or gender. The Lotus temple it is one of the seven Baha'i House of Worship present around the world. As you enter the complex of the temple, you encounter an enchanting entrance gate, beautiful floral gardens and scintillating pools. The pathway leading up to the temple doors is li...
Delhi Zoo
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Delhi Zoo

Inaugurated in 1959, National Zoological Park also known as Chidiya Ghar is situated near The Old Fort in Delhi and is a favourite weekend spot among adults and children alike. National Zoological Park is well maintained and is largely visited by tourists. It has canteens inside for the visitors and battery-operated vehicles at very reasonable prices which you could use if exhausted. But the real fun is in exploring the place on your feet. Visit this destination to reignite your curiosity in our furry friends! From biggest cats to the tiniest birds, the zoo has all kinds of animals and birds. Initially, it was known as Delhi Zoo when in 1982 it was renamed The National Zoological Park with the idea of making it the model zoo of the country. At the Zoological Park, birds and anima...
Rose Garden
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Rose Garden

Located in sector 16 of Chandigarh, Rose Garden is a blooming exhibit that showcases around 825 varieties of flowers and 32,500 varieties of trees and medicinal shrubs. Also known as Zakir Hussain Rose Garden after the former president of India, this garden is spread over 30 acres and is decked up with an exquisite variety of flowers making it quite popular among tourists and nature enthusiasts. The best time to visit the Rose Graden, Chandigarh is between the months of February and March as the flowers are in full bloom during this season. The Rose Festival also takes place during these months, making it a good time to visit. It is the largest garden of its kind in Asia and was built in the year 1967 under the guidance of the First Chief Commissioner, MS Randhawa. The trees and m...
Triveni Sangam
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Triveni Sangam

One of the holiest places in Central India, Triveni Sangam is located about 7 kilometres away from Civil Lines in Allahabad (Prayagraj). It is the meeting point of three rivers - Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati (which is a mythical river, supposed to have dried up more than 4,000 years ago). It is one of the places where the Kumbh Mela is held once every 12 years. The exact date of the Mela is determined according to the Hindu calendar i.e. the Panchanga. All three rivers Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati are highly revered rivers in Indian mythology, and hence the confluence point of these rivers hold tremendous religious importance. According to Hindu mythology, taking a bath in the holy Triveni Sangam is supposed to flush away all the sins and free you from the cycle of rebirth. Moreov...
Champa Gali
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Champa Gali

Delhi has never failed to come up with cute little surprises every now and then. So if you are looking to drive away Monday blues or vie for a taco Tuesday or just want an endearing dinky locale to take twee pictures and post it on your Instagrams, we at Holidify have come to your rescue. This time we bring to you the latest fad in town - Champa Gali. The newly established locale is gaining momentum and significant popularity not only for its scrummy food cafes but also for its Parisian alleys and glitzy labyrinthian setting. The spot offers a rustic old-world charm and is a blend of itsy bitsy cafeterias, coffee shops, art galleries and some organic knick-knack stores. The once ramshackled area of Saidulajaib next to Saket has been revived and is now adorned with tinsel light, cultu...
U.K. Election Results Map: How Conservatives Won in a Landslide
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U.K. Election Results Map: How Conservatives Won in a Landslide

LONDON — Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Conservative Party secured a landslide victory in the British general election. Here are the official results: 650 of 650 constituencies reported, 326 needed for majority LondonCardiffBirminghamBelfastEdinburghManchesterNORTHERN IRELANDWALESSCOTLANDENGLNDIn Scotland, the Scottish National Party exceeded expectations, signaling there may soon be a new push for a referendum on Scottish independence. Across northern England, the Conservative Party flipped seats in the Labour heartland from red to blue. In Northern Ireland, the Democratic Unionist Party lost two seats, including one to Sinn Fein. Labour held on in Wales, though the Conservatives managed to pick up a few new seats. In London, the Liberal Democrats failed ...
Princess Diana conspiracy theories: Eight reasons people believe the crash in Paris wasn’t all it seems
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Princess Diana conspiracy theories: Eight reasons people believe the crash in Paris wasn’t all it seems

On the night of 31 August, 1997, something terrible certainly happened: Princess Diana was killed in a fatal car crash in Paris, and the effects would be felt around the world. But that is where the consensus ends. For some people, what happened that night wasn’t simply a tragic accident. Instead, it was the result of some kind of conspiracy, conducted secretly by agents of the British state or something else, they claim. Numerous reports, investigations and experts have all agreed with the official account of events: that Diana had been in a car driven by a man who was drunk, and that failing as well as other institutional ones allowed for the tragedy to happen. Diana: a life in pictures But others still believe that something more secretive and intentional happened that nig...
Hunter who shot dead two elephants hits back as company swamped by fury from animal lovers
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Hunter who shot dead two elephants hits back as company swamped by fury from animal lovers

A hunter who shot dead two elephants with his friend has seen his company's website and social media sites swamped with furious messages. Photos of Mike Jines standing over the corpses alongside his friend Max “Buzz” Delezenne, have gone viral on social media, prompting anger from thousands of users. TopGen Energy in Georgia, US, where Mr Jines is a partner, has been inundated with angry responses given a string of “doesn’t recommend” Facebook ratings. Many called for the hunting to be banned. Mr Jines and professional hunter Mr Delezenne have been accused of killing two baby elephants during a “trophy” hunt in Zimbabwe in October. Campaigners call on Indian PM to end torture of captive elephants But the 60-year-old businessman claimed he killed the elephants in self-de...
Luka Magnotta ‘1 Lunatic 1 Ice Pick’ video features second unidentified man, court hears
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Luka Magnotta ‘1 Lunatic 1 Ice Pick’ video features second unidentified man, court hears

A "graphic, gruesome and potentially upsetting" 10-minute video Luka Magnotta allegedly filmed of himself killing and dismembering student Jun Lin featured another victim, the Crown said on Monday. The first 53 seconds of the video show a different man tied up, Louis Bouthillier told the court in his opening arguments in Montreal. "They show another man, alive, bound and lying naked on the bed inside Mr. Magnotta's apartment," the Crown said. Magnotta admitted to the acts he is accused of, but pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder, committing an indignity to a body and other charges claiming he was not responsible for his actions due to mental illness. Bouthillier said that the other nine minutes of the video, which Magnotta allegedly titled '1 Lunatic 1 Ice Pick' and uploa...