Another 4,454 deaths in 24 hours — the second-highest daily figure so far — took India's toll to 303,720. It has added the last 50,000 deaths in under two weeks, according to government figures.
Guinness World Records (GWR), in collaboration with Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, unveils new measurements for the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title for the longest fingernails on a pair of hands (female) at 733.55 cm (24 ft 0.7 in), held by Ayanna Williams (USA).
It is also the lowest number of cases since April 2 when the country logged 89,129 new cases. In the past 24-hour, 2,123 more people succumbed to the pandemic, the Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry said.
The “Museum of the Future,” an architectural marvel that sits at the bustling heart of Dubai, and will become a new global landmark when completed.
The south Asian nation's tally of infections crossed 32 million, the second-highest worldwide after the United States. According to the government said in a statement overall deaths in the country increased by 497 overnight, pushing the tally to 429,179.
The 28-year-old crosses his milestone in just 97 innings, and breaks S.Africa Hashim Amla's record of 101 innings. Babar also becomes 14th Pakistani to score 5,000 runs in ODI cricket, with ex-captain Inzamam at the top of the list with 11,701 runs.
The previous record of 73 days was set by two professors — at the same location in 2014. But Dituri isn't just settling for the record and resurfacing: He plans to stay at the lodge until June 9, when he reaches 100 days...