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मुंबई में पुलिस ने सीवर में रह गई नवजात बच्ची को छुड़ाया।
बच्चा बिल्लियों के लिए धन्यवाद पाया गया था, जो उस जगह के पास फुफकारने और म्याऊ करने लगा जहां बच्चा पड़ा था।
स्थानीय लोगों ने शिकायत की कि बिल्लियां सीवर के पास एक खास जगह के पास जोर-जोर से फुफकारती और म्याऊ करती हैं। पुलिस जब यहां आई तो उन्हें एक नवजात बच्ची मिली, जिसे पतले डायपर में लपेटकर सीवेज में छोड़ दिया गया था।
उन्होंने तुरंत बच्चे को अस्पताल भेजा, जहां उसकी हालत स्थिर बताई गई। फिलहाल उसकी हालत में सुधार ही हो रहा है।
पुलिस घटना की जांच कर रही है।
A convoy of Indian ground forces has been ambushed by militants near the border with Myanmar
According to preliminary data, the column was attacked by four fighters, and before the beginning of intensive shooting - there was an explosion of the improvised device.
A terrorist attack in the Indian state of Manipur has killed seven people.
Among them are a colonel and his wife, their eight-year-old son and four other servicemen.
زہریلے جھاگ کی ایک تہہ نے بھارتی دارالحکومت کے قریب مقدس دریا کے ایک حصے کو ڈھانپ رکھا ہے۔ لیکن وفادار پھر بھی تالاب میں نہا رہا تھا۔
فوم گندے پانی اور صنعتی فضلہ کا مرکب ہے۔ یہ دریا کے کچھ حصوں میں پچھلے ہفتے کے دوران بنی تھی۔
ماہرین کے مطابق جھاگ میں امونیا اور فاسفیٹس کی مقدار زیادہ ہوتی ہے جو سانس لینے اور جلد کے مسائل کا باعث بن سکتی ہے۔ ماہرین نے خبردار کیا ہے کہ دریا میں تیرنا خطرناک ہے۔ اس کے علاوہ مقامی پانی کی فراہمی کا نظام بھی خطرے میں ہے۔
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भारतीय राज्य ओडिशा के रहने वाले एक 17 वर्षीय व्यक्ति ने शादी के एक महीने बाद अपनी 26 वर्षीय पत्नी को बेच दिया
युवक ने अपनी पत्नी को राजस्थान निवासी 55 वर्षीय व्यक्ति को बेच दिया, जिसकी कीमत उसने 180 हजार रुपये बताई।
जांच में पता चला कि दंपति कथित तौर पर एक ईंट फैक्ट्री में काम करने आया था। इसके बाद लड़का अकेला घर लौटा और परिजनों को बताया कि महिला उसे छोड़कर चली गई है।
युवक ने आक्रमण की गई राशि को नए स्मार्टफोन पर खर्च किया और दोपहर का भोजन भी किया।
हालांकि, परिजन नहीं माने और पुलिस के पास गए। कानून प्रवर्तन अधिकारियों ने पता लगाया कि महिला कहाँ है, लेकिन बिना किसी बाधा के उसे वापस नहीं कर सके।
पुलिसकर्मियों में से एक ने अखबार को बताया कि स्थानीय लोगों ने पुलिस को महिला को वापस लेने की अनुमति नहीं दी, इस पर जोर देकर कहा कि उसे 180 हजार रुपये में खरीदा गया था। हालांकि पुलिस पीड़िता को छुड़ाने में सफल रही।
लड़का पहले ही कोर्ट में पेश हो चुका है। उन्हें मानव तस्करी का दोषी पाया गया और एक दंड कॉलोनी भेज दिया गया।
Three children were killed, and two more went missing after a landslide occurred after heavy rains.
This happened in the village of Jumma, according to Pitoraraga District Judge Ashish Chauhan, who went to the site to oversee the rescue and rescue operations.
“The number of casualties can increase as the affected village is located on the top of a hill,” Chaukhan said.
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The veterinarian's medical license was revoked after she injected her friends with a horse tranquilizer, which has a mild narcotic effect
Catherine McGuigan, who worked in Murray's veterinary service, admitted to the State Administrative Tribunal that she took a vial of ketamine with her on weekends to inject herself and her two friends. And this was not the first case of a woman using drugs intended for animals.
The woman watched the dosage on the Internet and calculated how much to inject to her friends to achieve the desired effect.
Ketamine is strictly regulated by health regulations and medicines and is intended for horses only (for humans as well, but in rare cases), but it should be kept in a closed first aid kit and its use should be carefully monitored. Of course, Catherine McGigan ignored these rules and requirements.
The former veterinarian was fined a total of $ 2,900 and removed from the Australian State Veterinary Register.
Coalition of Concerned Journalists & Social Activists Against Road Crashes engages National Road Safety Authority on road crashes
A group calling itself the Coalition of Concerned Journalists and Social Activists (COCJASAARC) on Monday December 22, 2021 paid a courtesy call on the National Road Safety Authority to brief them on their activities and how both organizations can collaborate effectively to help reduce road crashes in the country.
The group led by a seven-member delegation comprising its executives were given a rousing welcome by a waiting team of top officials at the National Road Safety Authority (NRSA) upon a visit to their office located at Ridge in Accra.
Mr. Joseph Wemakor, the Co-convener of the Coalition of Concerned Journalists and Social Activists Against Road Crashes who briefed the gathering first introduced the group and further proceeded to outline its activities in detail to the officials of the NRSA.
He observed that the group is on the mission to embark on a campaign with the aim of raising public awareness on road safety in a bid to help lessen the incidence of road crashes including the fatalities, injuries and other challenges that comes with it to the barest minimum.
He added that the group, having been alarmed by the outcome of events in the wake of numerous road crashes which has claimed several lives in recent times believes the government is handicapped in dealing with the situation hence the need to come on board with the National Road Safety Authority and strongly back its efforts in achieving results.
Mr. Wemakor himself who had been a victim of a gory road accident which he narrowly escaped by the grace of God this year, recounting his traumatic experience remarked that: “I derive my passion to lead this campaign to a successful end on the basis that I myself have been a victim and equally shared in the plight of all Ghanaians who happened to be victims as well”.
The Director of Planning and Programs at the National Road Safety Authority, Ing. David Osafo Adonteng who in turn addressed the COCJASAARC membership on behalf of his team commended the group’s effort to support its outfit in a bid to realize its objectives.
According to him, it was a great surprise for him to see a group of young journalists and social activists coming together for the first time with so much verve to champion a cause which others have deserted due to failure while in the process of delivery.
He equally used the occasion to announce its outfit's newly launched road safety campaign dubbed: “Stay Alive” to the group, stressing, “that’s what we’re going to go with for the next three (3) years”.
While touting the project as one which is founded on the National Framework, he quickly urges the Coalition to support it and ensure their upcoming campaign equally fits into it, insisting that, “every campaign from anywhere would have to be built into it”.
“So we are not going to allow any campaign to run parallel without falling into the framework”, he hinted, adding: “Because we need to regulate what everybody does”.
Touching on the dos’ and don’ts of a successful road safety campaign, Mr. Adonteng recounted an instance where the Authority had expressed disgust about the activities of some campaigners who engaged the public with the wrong information.
“There were times, anywhere you get to you’ll hear somebody saying I am doing a road safety campaign and we didn’t know them. Some were using all sorts of words”, for example: If you speed or overspeed, you’re a fool”.
In his estimation, the content of their message was in a complete bad taste for public consumption and warned the group against dissemination of such ‘unsavory messages’ to the public particularly to motorists and road users.
For her part, Head of Corporate Affairs of the National Road Safety Authority, Pearl Adusu encouraged members of the Coalition to exude confidence in the face of any challenges that may arise during the course of their campaign period and be highly committed to task towards realization of desired objectives.
Coalition of Concerned Journalists and Social Activists (COCJASAARC) as the name implies is a network of over 60 media and civil society organizations made up of journalists and social activists who are committed to ensuring safety on our roads.
The group as part of measures to ensure road crashes are significantly reduced if not eliminated is bent on engaging the Ghanaian populace especially motorists and road users on the need to strictly adhere to road safety regulations in order to save lives
The campaign dubbed: ‘Stop road crashes, save lives’ is aimed at raising awareness on road safety, and instilling a culture of discipline among road users before, during and after the yuletide season in an attempt to lessen incidence of road traffic crashes, fatalities and injuries on our roads so as to remain safe.
It would witness the campaigners vigorously engage road users and the general public at major lorry stations/parks, market places and religious settings located within three regions; namely the Greater Accra, Central Ashanti and the Northern Regions of Ghana where they would be vigorously sensitized and presented with educational materials on road safety regulations to help create deeper education and awareness on road safety which would yield a positive result.
“As media practitioners, our agenda setting role is key in determining the success of this project to a large extent coupled with the aggressive utilisation of social media as a tool to facilitate our campaign messages to reach out to our widest audiences as possible with the good news”, the group’s Convener Samuel Adobah has said.