The state governments have been reluctant to report the actual numbers of COVID-19 deaths. The recent addition of ‘backlog deaths’ of COVID-19 has added to the suspicion of the general public.

Are state governments lying about the COVID-19 data?
Are state governments lying about the COVID-19 data?

After the report of Delhi Government and MCD data mismatch, various other state governments data came under the scanner of High Courts and the general public. On June 11, the three Delhi Municipal Corporations reported that the total death count was 2098 while the Delhi government maintained it at 984.

Delhi government health secretary blamed hospitals both private and public hospitals for late reporting. Their credibility for being efficient that they claim is also being questioned. Earlier, in May also there was a huge mismatch between the data of the data of MCD and Delhi Government where MCD claimed he death toll to be at 426, Delhi Government maintained it at 194 . …


What started off as a necessity during a pandemic outbreak, masks or face covers, have now become the latest muse for Indian fashion. With masks becoming a tool for survival now, Indian brands and fashionistas have officially pinned it as the latest addition to their ‘haute couture’ lists and how. From simple cotton masks to outfit coordinated customised ones, masks are fast becoming the new ‘talk of the town’ fashion statement. Uncommon Talks finds out more about the latest Indian fashion masks obsession.

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Ridhi Raman, owner of Revealbyridzz, an Indian-based online store that deals with curated masks, tells us that “till we get a permanent cure or vaccine for Coronavirus, masks are here to stay.” The brand offers a wide variety of range of masks, right from breathable cotton prints to masks catering to every occasion. …


Lewandowski wreaks blitzkrieg at Werder as Bayern Munich secured their eighth Bundesliga title on the trot and 30th German championship overall. The same procedure as every year.

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On Tuesday Rekordmeister beat Werder Bremen 1–0 with the help of Lewandowski’s first half strike despite being down a man for the last ten minutes — Canadian Alphonso Davies was sent off with a second yellow card in the 79th minute.

Robert Lewandowski said he hopes Bayern Munich will be able to play in front of their own fans again soon after winning an eighth straight Bundesliga title on Tuesday behind closed doors.
“It was tough without our fans, without the energy they give us, but we are happy that we are German champions again,” said Lewandowski after Bayern won their eighth straight match following the resumption of German football last month. …

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