A Rare Planetary Alignment Not Seen In 800 Years Awaits In December; Know All About It

New Delhi: Stargazers are in for a treat this year as a rare celestial awaits next month. Known as the  ‘Great Conjunction 2020’ on December 21, 2020, the sky will have an unusually bright star. This phenomenon will occur as the Solar System’s two largest planets- Jupiter and Saturn will get really close…

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Last Lunar Eclipse Of 2020 On Kartik Purnima November 30; Here’s What We Know So Far

New Delhi: The world will witness this year’s last lunar eclipse on November 30. This time the lunar eclipse will occur on a full moon day. The day as per Hindu religion is Kartik Purnima. ALSO READ | Guru Granth Sahib Motivational Quotes: Inspirational Words That Help You Sail Through Tough Life Situations What Is Kartik…

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Who Will Have A Good Day & Who Needs To Be Careful; Check Astrological Predictions For Your Sun Sign

Aries – Today will be full of positive energy. Give preference to your favorite tasks. Team leaders should not impose strict rules on their peers. Those who are associated with eateries or restaurant business will get good profits. The youth should avoid wasting time over daydreaming about the future. Insomnia can…

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IN PICS | Chhatth Puja 2020: How India Observed Celebrations Amid Covid-19 Spread, Social Distancing Norms Neglected

South African veteran batsman AB de Villiers, who plays for the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL, has returned home happily. Legendary batsman AB de Villiers, who is popularly known as Mr. 360 degrees, became father for the third time. He has been blessed with a baby girl. De Villiers Source…

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