Prithvi Sekhar Wins Australian Open Deaf Championships

  • Prithvi Sekhar, an Indian tennis player, won the Australian Open Deaf Championships, winning the singles title and finishing runner-up with Glen Flindell in doubles. 
  • Despite losing to Gabor Mathe of Hungary in the semi-finals last year due to a shoulder injury, Prithvi was better prepared and motivated this time. 

  • Despite missing a chance to win a double crown, Prithvi and Glen Flindell won the third league match easily to take the runners-up trophy. 

  • Prithvi had a successful training period in Sydney with Anirudh and Vijay and had support from his relatives who watched his matches and cheered for him.

  • Despite not being able to watch Bopanna and Matthew Ebden play the doubles final, Prithvi feels confident of performing better in the future.

 

Lok Sabha Elections 2024 Updates 

 

  • Congress questions PM Modi about the dirtier Ganga river despite spending ₹20,000 crore. 

  • Mamata offers to cook whatever PM Modi loves. 

 

  • Kejriwal’s secretary misbehaved with AAP MP Swati Maliwal at the CM’s house.

  • BMRCL penalizes commuters for overstaying at stations.

  • Rahul Dravid says no, BCCI is to hunt for a new head coach.

  • Hardik’s ego-driven, chest-out style of leadership doesn’t look genuine. 

  • More solar storms brewing after last week’s aurorae. 

  • AI helping communities restore Madagascar’s ancient baobab forests. 

  • More children have more to do with development than religion.

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi to campaign in Mumbai; Kharge, Rahul, and Shah to campaign in Odisha.

  • BJP and Congress presidents have replied to the notice of poll code violation.

  • The China-Myanmar module of NSCN-IM helped ban outfits in Manipur.

  • PM Modi’s assets total ₹3 crore according to his election affidavit. 

  • Women will bring YSRCP back to power, says Botcha Satyanarayana.

  • U.S. Justice Department says Boeing violated a deal that avoided prosecution after 737 Max crashes.

  • Rajasthan Government takes up RTE admissions of poor children on priority for the new academic session.

  • Trump hush-money trial upholds gag order; Cohen gives more testimony. 

  • India-U.S. joint exercise to counter urban terrorism contingencies to conclude in Kolkata.

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