The stories covered in the section will consist of politics, sports, entertainment, education, and society. From the J&K Turmoil to India’s T20 series win against West Indies, check out Top Stories From 4th August 2019.

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Kashmir Separatists Leaders Under House Arrest

The speculation of a major decision announcement regarding J&K has mounted as separatists leaders are kept under house arrest. Internet services are also suspended in the valley and section 144 imposed from the morning at 6 a.m.

You can also read 15 Kashmir Memes On Rumors Which Are Hottest In The Valley.

ISRO Releases First Earth Images From Chandrayaan-2

The Indian Space Research Organization has released the first set of pictures of Earth captured by Chandrayaan-2 Vikram Lander. Chandrayaan-2 had successfully carried out the fourth Earthbound orbit-raising maneuver for its lunar mission two days back. Chandrayaan 2 is scheduled to reach the Moon by August 20 and land on its surface on September 7. According to ISRO, the lander Vikram will land on the Moon on September 7.

Schools & Colleges in Mumbai, Pune, and Thane Shut Down

Heavy rain has crippled the normal life of Mumbai and its adjoining areas. Train services, air traffic, power, and electricity are worst affected in the whole region. In fact, officials had to declare holiday for schools in Mumbai, Thane, Pune, Nashik, and Raigad districts amid heavy rainfall forecasts on Monday.

227 International Medals From 9 Disciplines In 1 Month By Indian Athletes

Indian sportspersons won a total 227 medals in just 31 days in nine disciplines – athletics, wrestling, judo, boxing, weightlifting, table tennis, para-shooting, badminton, and shooting.

India Won 2nd T20, Bags Series Win Against West Indies

Rohit Sharma’s 67 and Krunal Pandya’s all-round display has helped India clinch the 3 matches T20 series against the West Indies. India won the match by 22 runs, thanks to D/L method after posting a decent total of 167 in allotted overs. West Indies’s batsmen never looked on track in pursuit of the total. They were 98 for four in 15.3 overs when the thunder gods went relentless.

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