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    News18 Afternoon Digest: Lata Mangeshkar breathes her last at the age of 92


    Lata Mangeshkar dies Live Update: Legendary singer dies at 92; India mourns; Public view at Shivaji Park at 2.30 pm

    Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar died of multiple organ failure in Mumbai on Sunday morning. Mangeshkar, popularly known as ‘Queen of Melody’ and ‘Nightingale of India’, breathed her last at 8:12 am at Breach Candy Hospital in Mumbai. He tested positive for Covid-19 on January 8 with mild symptoms and was hospitalized. He was 92 years old.

    ‘Post not grocery store’: Channi clears rumors of rotating CM as Punjab prepares to pick Punjab face

    The Congress party is all set to announce its chief ministerial candidate for the upcoming Punjab Assembly elections 2022 on Sunday. In an exclusive interview with News18 India, incumbent Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channy has denied all rumors about the Chief Minister’s seating arrangement, saying that it would be a rotation – two and a half years for Channi and Navjot Singh Sidhu. He said it was not someone’s ‘shop’ that could be separated.

    UP Elections: Farmers, Jobs, Abandoned Cattle. This and many more ‘resolution letters’ will be released today in the BJP’s manifesto

    The BJP is likely to focus on these issues in its ‘Resolution Paper’, with four days left for the first phase of the North’s provincial assembly elections: crop loss, employment opportunities and a better future for farmers. Sources said that Union Home Minister Amit Shah will unveil the BJP’s election manifesto ‘Lok Kalyan Sankalp Patra’ on Sunday. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will also be present.

    ‘Zara Aankh Mein Bhar Lo Pani’: Remembering Lata Mangeshkar through her iconic song

    Lata Mangeshkar passes away: Veteran singer Lata Mangeshkar passed away on Sunday due to a long illness. The 92-year-old singer tested positive for the coronavirus with mild symptoms and was admitted to the ICU of Breach Candy Hospital in south Mumbai on January 8.

    1000th ODI: The evolution of Indian ODI cricket through the eyes of Kumble, Srinath, Zaheer and Agarkar

    India is ready to be the first country to play 1000 ODIs. The Rohit Sharma-led side will face the West Indies at the Narendra Stadium in Ahmedabad on Sunday to reach this milestone. Australia played 958 and Pakistan 936. India have won 518, lost 431, drawn 9 and participated in 41 matches without any result. It has played a record 72 matches in 66 venues around the world (28 in India) and in Sharjah.

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