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Evening briefing: Ex-WWE wrestler ‘The Great Khali’ calls Rahul Gandhi ‘jumla’; light rain likely in Delhi on Monday

Apr 21, 2024 06:24 PM IST

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Former WWE wrestler and now Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Dalip Singh Rana alias ‘The Great Khali’ on Sunday lashed out at Congress MP Rahul Gandhi, calling him a ‘jumla’.“Rahul Gandhi has himself become a 'jumla'. He has no idea what to do as he has failed so many times,” Khali, who joined the BJP ahead of the 2022 Punjab assembly elections, told ANI in Rajasthan's Barmer. Dig Deeper

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi(ANI)
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi(ANI)

In its latest statement on Saturday, the India Meteorological Department said that the temperature in Delhi is expected to remain around 38 degrees Celcius in the coming 2-3 days. After this, the temperature may increase slowly by 1-2 degrees. There is also a possibility of light rain on Monday, the IMD said. Senior scientist of IMD Delhi, Naresh Kumar said, “In Delhi, our estimate is that the temperature is expected to remain around 38 degrees Celcius in the coming 2-3 days. After this, it may increase slowly by 1-2 degrees and with it, there is a possibility of light rain tomorrow...”. Dig Deeper

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