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'Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed sorrow over the death of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi in a helicopter crash, affirming India's support for Iran during this difficult time. Modi recognized Raisi's efforts in strengthening India-Iran relations and extended heartfelt condolences to his family and the Iranian people. Earlier, PM Modi had expressed concern when Raisi's helicopter went missing, praying for everyone's safety on board.' Read more

'Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi, 63, died in a helicopter crash amid poor weather in a mountainous, forested area. A prominent conservative figure, he served nearly three years and was expected to seek re-election. Raisi, a former chief justice, was also seen as a potential successor to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.' Read more

'Reader’s Digest UK, a beloved source of emotional connection and inspiration for 85 years, is being discontinued. Editor-in-chief Eva Mackevic announced the closure on LinkedIn, citing financial pressures. In her heartfelt note, she expressed sorrow over the end of the iconic publication, which she proudly contributed to for nearly eight years and led for six.' Read more

'Buckingham Palace unveiled King Charles III’s first official portrait, sparking reactions as mixed as a cocktail. The 8.5 by 6.5-foot painting by Jonathan Yeo bathes Charles in fiery red, ready for a waltz. With sword in hand and a butterfly on his shoulder, opinions vary: the King liked it, while some critics think he’s dressed for an 'another-world' gala. Social media is abuzz. Have you seen it? What is your opinion?' Read more

'In a twist straight out of a thriller, Omar Bin Omran, who vanished at 17 nearly three decades ago, resurfaced on May 12 in his neighbor's hidden cellar in Djelfa, Algeria. Omar, the world's longest hide-and-seek champion, was found cowering under hay bales in a sheep pen. He disappeared during the 1996 Algerian civil war.' Read more

'This kid's wrong but creatively hilarious answers crack up the Internet. In fact, his teacher even gave marks for creativity in his answers! Now that's one creatively intelligent kid!' Read more

'Job hunting feels like running a marathon backward through a mud pit. In a stroke of genius or desperation, @vanderwoods3n put out a Bumble bio hinting at JP Morgan or Goldman Sachs connections. A friend, probably tired of hearing her complain, referred her for a Financial Controller gig at JP Morgan. Who needs job portals when you've got dating apps?' Read more

'Rajesh Kapoor must have thought he was on a winning streak, clocking in 200 flights last year, not for vacations, but for robberies! Talk about frequent flyer miles! His loot? Thousands of kilometres and plenty of stolen valuables. But the joke was on him when Delhi Police caught wind of his airborne antics after a victim's missing jewellery complaint. Looks like Kapoor's sky-high schemes hit turbulence!' Read more

'In a spicy twist, an Agra woman's Kurkure obsession ignited marital mayhem, pushing her to seek a divorce. Her daily cravings for the crunchy treat turned their relationship into a snack-sized battlefield. When her husband forgot the Kurkure, it was crunch time! The police stepped in, probably with a bag of chips, referring them for counseling in Uttar Pradesh.' Read more

'In a hilarious twist of academic fate, a fourth-grade genius from Gujarat's Kharasana village, Vanshiben Manishbhai, shattered the norms by scoring more than the total marks in Gujarati and Mathematics. With scores of 211 and 212, the school's math seemed fuzzier than a kitten's logic. Social media erupted in laughter, questioning if they were teaching quantum math! Eventually, the scores were revised, but not before Vanshiben became a viral sensation.' Read more