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Date, Timings For Sehri and Iftar in India

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The beginning of the Islamic month of fasting, Ramzan, is announced when the new moon is sighted. And that is likely to be on Tuesday, April 13, according to Al Jazeera. The new moon was not sighted on Monday, indicating that Muslims in India will observe the first Roza (fast) on Wednesday, April 14. The holy month has coincided with the coronavirus pandemic, forcing Muslims around the world to shift community prayers and social gatherings to virtual platforms.

Despite the restriction, most of the world’s world’s 1.6 billion Muslims will observe Ramzan in some form. Islamic organisations have urged the fast observers to follow Covid-appropriate behaviour – such as avoiding large gatherings, wearing masks and maintaining social distance during prayers — and pray for the well-being of everyone.

The ninth month of the Islamic calendar, Ramzan commemorates Prophet Muhammad’s first revelation of the Quran. On the culmination of the the holy month, usually after 29-30 days, Muslims celebrate Eid-al-Fitr, the festival of breaking the month-long fast. The Night of Decree or The Night of Power is marked in the month of Ramzan.

Keeping fasts or roza throughout Ramzan, which is governed by the idea of practicing self-restraint, is regarded as one of the five pillars of Islam — along with the testimony of faith, prayer, charity, and making a pilgrimage to Mecca.

During roza, most Muslims abstain from food and drink during the day, having started it with a pre-dawn meal called sehri. They break their fast with iftaar in the evening. The fast helps believers seek forgiveness, increase self-discipline and purify their hearts.

The date of the beginning of Ramzan shifts backward by approximately 11 days every year because Muslims follow a lunar calendar, not the regular Gregorian calendar. This leads to Ramzan sometimes also falling in winters, when it’s much easier to fast asthe days are shorter and the body requires less fluid.

As per IslamicFinder.com, here are the timings for Sehar and Iftaar in Delhi:

April 14: 04:35 am and 06:47 pm

April 15: 04:34 am and 06:48 pm

April 16: 04:32 am and 06:48 pm

April 17: 04:31 am and 06:49 pm

April 18: 04:30 am and 06:49 pm

April 19: 04:29 am and 06:50 pm

April 20: 04:27 am and 06:50 pm

April 21: 04:26 am and 06:51 pm

April 22: 04:25 am and 06:52 pm

April 23: 04:24 am and 06:52 pm

April 24: 04:23 am and 06:53 pm

April 25: 04:22 am and 06:53 pm

April 26: 04:20 am and 06:54 pm

April 27: 04:19 am and 06:55 pm

April 28: 04:18 am and 06:55 pm

April 29: 04:17 am and 06:56 pm

April 30: 04:16 am and 06:56 pm

May 01: 04:15 am and 06:57 pm

May 02: 04:14 am and 06:58 pm

May 03: 04:13 am and 06:58 pm

May 04: 04:12 am and 06:59 pm

May 05: 04:11 am and 06:59 pm

May 06: :10 am and 07:00 pm

May 07: 04:09 am and 07:01 pm

May 08: 04:08 am and 07:01 pm

May 09: 04:07 am and 07:02 pm

May 10: 04:06 am and 07:02 pm

May 11: 04:05 am and 07:03 pm

May 12: 04:04 am and 07:04 pm

May 13: 04:03 am and 07:04 pm

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(Viral) Here’s Come The Party Owl | Internet Trending Meme 2021

Internet is full of fun, specially if it’s about the ‘memes’. Recent snappy video of an Owl is getting viral on web day by day. An Owl who is bored and fed up of lockdown, is willing to have fun outside. When suddenly hears party sound, his reaction is awesome!.

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Internet is full of fun, specially if it’s about the ‘memes’. Recent snappy video of an Owl is getting viral on web day by day. An Owl who is bored and fed up of lockdown, is willing to have fun outside. When suddenly hears party sound, his reaction is awesome!.

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Woman Gives Birth To 9 Babies | Created New World Record

It’s a new world record has been set for the most number of birth given at a time, with a shocking number of 9 in total.

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A Malian woman gave birth to nine babies on Tuesday – two more than doctors had detected inside her crowded womb – joining a small pantheon of mothers of nonuplets.

The pregnancy of Halima Cisse, 25, has fascinated the West African nation and attracted the attention of its leaders. When doctors in March said Cisse needed specialist care, authorities flew her to Morocco, where she gave birth.

“The newborns (five girls and four boys) and the mother are all doing well,” Mali’s health minister, Fanta Siby, said in a statement.

Cisse was expected to give birth to seven babies, according to ultrasounds conducted in Morocco and Mali that missed two of the siblings. All were delivered by cesarean section.

Nonuplets are extremely rare. Medical complications in multiple births of this kind often mean that some of the babies do not reach full term.

It’s a new world record has been set for the most number of birth given at a time, with a shocking number of 9 in total.

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The new mother had no idea she was pregnant and gave birth at just 29 weeks

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Lavinia Mounga boarded a Delta flight to Honolulu, expecting to have a relaxing family vacation. Hours later, Mounga would land in Hawaii with a newborn baby boy, named Raymond, in her arms.

The new mother had no idea she was pregnant and gave birth at just 29 weeks, according to The Associated Press

On Wednesday, about halfway through the flight from Salt Lake City, a medical emergency was announced by the flight’s captain and four passengers ran to Mounga’s aid.

Hawaii Pacific Health family medicine physician Dale Glenn and North Kansas City Hospital neonatal intensive care unit nurses Lani Bamfield, Amanda Beeding, and Mimi Ho helped Mounga deliver her son and monitored the baby’s health for several hours.

Glenn told USA TODAY that an infant’s first minute of life is vital and that without the intervention of the three nurses, the baby might not have survived. While in labor, Glenn said, Mounga passed out, most likely from shock. 

“Myself and the nurses’ survival mode kicked in; we had to create an ICU unit within an airline,” Glenn said. “Plus, we didn’t just have one patient, we had two.”

Lavinia Mounga and Dr. Dale Glenn posing after Mounga gave birth aboard a Delta flight to Hawaii.

The impromptu medical team was able to create makeshift medical equipment, in part thanks to Glenn’s wilderness training. Glenn said they used multiple shoelaces to cut the baby’s umbilical cord, and an Apple Watch was used to monitor the baby’s heart rate. To keep the premature baby warm, bottles of water were microwaved, and the nurses wrapped him in plastic. 

Glenn said the passengers were “surprisingly calm” and offered their own diapers and blankets to help the mother and son. Glenn also applauded Mounga’s strength; he said she was up and walking minutes after her delivery.

A Delta spokesperson told USA TODAY that all crews are “well-trained” to manage on-board medical scenarios. 

“Every aircraft is equipped with medical equipment and crews have access to expert counsel during the flight when an issue occurs,” Delta spokesman Anthony Black told USA TODAY.

The four passengers worked to keep Mounga and baby Raymond safe for three hours until the plane landed. Once they arrived in Honolulu, the mother and baby were taken to Kapiolani Medical Center for Women & Children.

In a TikTok video shared by Julia Hansen, passengers can be seen cheering and congratulating Mounga as she leaves the plane. The video has garnered more than 13 million views.

Hansen and a friend she was flying with, Siearra Rowlan, told The Washington Post the emergency initially caused a commotion, but other passengers were “casual” about it by the end of the flight.

“Everyone just kind of got up, got their carry-on and left,” Hansen said of the scene after Mounga and her son were escorted off first.

On Friday, Glenn, Bamfield, Beeding and Ho were reunited with Mounga and her son at the medical center.

“(Mounga) is an incredible person. She got on this flight for a vacation and instantly became a mother. But she’s handling it so positively, it’s great to see,” Glenn said.

Mounga has since been discharged, while her son, Raymond, remained in the neonatal unit.

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