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Mumbai-origin woman wins top honours at iPhone Photography Awards 2020

Mumbai-origin woman wins top honours at iPhone Photography Awards 2020
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Rohit KVN,

Mumbai-born Dimpy Bhalotia has won the grand prize and also the title best photographer of the year honours at the 13th edition of iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS).

Dimpy used her iPhone X to capture the IPPAWARDS-winning photo -'Flying Boys' in Varanasi. It is the "Symbol of fearlessness and freedom. The boys were jumping off from a man-made cliff into the Ganges river to beat the hot weather during the Indian summers", Bhalotia said.

Dimpy Bhalotia did her schooling in Mumbai and moved to London to pursue a bachelor's degree in Fashion. Later she worked in the fashion and interior's industry for several years with popular designer brands in London, Bhalotia began exploring in street photography, and having seen the IPPAWARDS winning photo, she loves black and white medium for imaging.

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Down to Earth

IMD predicts a warm winter in some regions despite La Nina

IMD predicts a warm winter in some regions despite La Nina
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Winter this time may be warmer-than-normal in many regions of India, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has said in its temperature outlook for the winter season published December 1, 2021.

The outlook said the whole of North East India, Jammu and Kashmir, most parts of Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Odisha, Tamil Nadu and some northernmost and southernmost parts of Andhra Pradesh may experience above normal minimum temperatures from December 2021-February 2022.

Minimum temperatures are usually recorded during the night or early mornings.

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Deccan Herald
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Coronavirus Live: Bommai to hold meeting with health experts at 1 pm

Coronavirus Live: Bommai to hold meeting with health experts at 1 pm
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Karnataka CM Bommai is scheduled to hold a meeting with health experts at 1pm in light of 2 Omicron cases in Bengaluru. Meanwhile, a preliminary study by South African scientists published suggests the Omicron variant is three times more likely to cause reinfections compared to the Delta or Beta strains.


Read all the latest updates on COVID-19 here.

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