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WATCH: Bride Poses during Beirut Explosion, Ayodhya, Building the Third Largest Hindu Temple in the World

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 05 Aug, 2020
  • WATCH: Bride Poses during Beirut Explosion, Ayodhya, Building the Third Largest Hindu Temple in the World

The Lebanese prime minister vows someone will 'pay the price' for the deadly explosion in Beirut. Nearly 80 people dead and 4,000 injured as a huge explosion near the centre of Beirut sent shock waves across the Lebanese capital on Tuesday, shattering windows and causing apartment balconies to collapse.

Feds investing millions in a COVID-19 vaccine but Canada's Top Doctor Theresa Tam says the vaccine won't be a quick fix with physical distancing, sanitizing, and masks in place for years to come.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Ayodhya on Wednesday and marked the occasion of the inaugration of the controversial Ram Mandir by laying the foundation stone of the grand temple and performing bhoomi pujan ritual. The Ram Mandir is set to be the world's third largest temple.

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