Earthquake in Delhi NCR दिल्ली
Earthquake in Delhi NCR
The tremors were felt in Delhi-NCR. The shock was so fast that fans started moving in people's homes. In Jammu and Kashmir, its intensity was such that people immediately came out of their homes. The epicenter of this earthquake is being reported in Kabul, Afghanistan. It has a magnitude of 6.8 on the Richter scale. Strong earthquake tremors were also felt in Punjab, Haryana. The earthquake was 225 kilometers below ground.
According to experts, 6.8 magnitude earthquake is very high. However, there has not been any news of loss of life or property. All people are said to be safe. There is no news of any loss or damage to the gardener.
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Section 144 Imposed near Jama-Masjid and Lal-Qilla
On Thursday, Section 144 was imposed around Lal Qila and Jama Masjid. Despite this, a large number of protesters reached and performed around the Jama Masjid. However, the march called 'Hum Bharat Ke Log' from Jama Masjid to Shaheedi Park near Dariya Ganj was postponed due to strict police action.
In fact, the plan was for the protesters to gather in large numbers near Jama Masjid on Friday and read the Preamble to the Constitution, taking copies of the Constitution of India in their hands.
After this, it was planned to take copies of the constitution from Jama Masjid to Daryaganj, Delhi Gate, ITO, Barakhamba and reach Jantar Mantar. At present, this scheme has to be postponed due to lack of permission from the police. Many top leaders of the Muslim society were also to participate in this demonstration.
Congress Women protesting outside the Home Minister's house
Protest are being held in many areas of Delhi . Today the Women Activits of Congress are protesting in many areas of Delhi. They are also protesting outside the home of Home Minister. Many Women protesters are taken into the custody today.
Protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) are being organized in many areas of Delhi. During this, women activists of Congress also protested in the different areas of Delhi. Women Activists of Congress are also protesting outside the home of Home Minister Amit Shah. Many women activists have been taken into custody.
Apart from this, Chandra Shekhar Ravan, the leader of Bhima Army, was also taken into custody by Delhi Police. Significantly, Section 144 has been implemented in many areas of Delhi. Tight security arrangements have been made on the rumble. The three stations have been closed due to the seriousness of the case.
100 men got cheated on the name of getting jobs in abroad
On Wednesday, Ajay Kumar, a resident of Jaunpur who came to complain in Beta-2 Kotwali, Guddu Gupta, a resident of Gorakhpur, and Mohammad Israfil, a resident of Begusarai in Bihar, said that in September, an SMS related to working in Russia was received on his mobile.
When contacted on mobile number, he was called to the MSX Tower-Two office of Sector Alpha-1 Commercial Belt in Greno to complete the visa and other formalities. The accused opened an office here in the name of BH International Private Limited.
In the office, the students met Ritesh and another youth. Three girls were working in the office. It was told to send the youths to Russia. Everyone was convinced after explaining the process of sending them abroad. It is alleged that the youth were deposited in the name of visa and ticket.
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Angry All Over The Country Regarding Jamia Case, Students Of Dozens Of Universities Came Along
Students protested at university campuses across India late Sunday after news of police brutality on students inside Delhi's Jamia Millia Islamia campus spread across India. The first to oppose the police action in Jamia was the students of Aligarh Muslim University, who were protesting the amended citizenship act except for Muslims. The students clashed with the police after stopping their solidarity march. In the protests, at least 60 students were injured after police used tear gas and lathi-charged students inside the campus. By midnight, protests also spread to Hyderabad, Varanasi, Kolkata, Puducherry, Lucknow, and Mumbai as the students raised their voice against the alleged brutal police attack on students of Jamia that injured more than 125 students of Premier Central University. In Delhi, after a protest by Jawaharlal Nehru University students, thousands gathered outside the Delhi Police Headquarters and chanted "Sharam Karo" slogans to the police. They demanded the release of 35 Jamia students who were detained inside the Kalkaji police station since Sunday evening and were not allowed to meet anyone. The police released the students at around 3.30 pm following the efforts of lawyers, fellow Jamia students and alumni, and some civil society members, after which the protesters at the ITO chased away. Students of Delhi University also created a large number of commotion at the police headquarters at ITO in central Delhi, and protests continued till late in the night. Students of Maulana Azad Urdu University and the Banaras Hindu University of Hyderabad took out a protest march at midnight. At Jadavpur University, students marched from the neighborhood. College students in Tamil Nadu opposed the Citizenship Amendment Act, expressing solidarity with students across the country. Members of the Students' Federation of India (SFI) protested outside the Chennai Suburban Railway Terminal against the Citizenship Amendment Act.
Police Marches To Make Delhi's Situation Peaceful
Police and forces carried out a flag march in Seelampur and Zafarabad areas of northeast Delhi, which witnessed widespread violence by protesters over the citizenship law. Schools and shops in some markets of the area opened on Wednesday morning. Delhi Police and paramilitary personnel are patrolling the area to ensure that the situation remains peaceful. According to the police, prohibitory orders have been implemented as a precautionary measure under two police stations, Harsh Vihar and Sonia Vihar, in North East Delhi. Under orders, a gathering of four or more people is prohibited. Police have appealed to people to maintain peace and ignore the rumors. The DCP office Northeast tweeted, "Section 144 has been enforced in the North Eastern District. Police conducted a flag march. People were appealed to maintain peace and harmony and not to rely on rumors." The police arrested eight people in connection with the violence on Tuesday in Seelampur and Jafrabad. Two FIR has been filed in this connection. Five people were arrested for the incidents in Seelampur and Jafrabad, while one was arrested late at night for the incident in Dayalpur. Two persons were arrested on Wednesday. Police have detained 18 people in restrictive custody. According to police, the men were taken into restrictive custody because of the possibility of mistreating them. Angry protesters demanding the abolition of the amended citizenship law stoned several police personnel, stoned policemen, and damaged buses and police booths in the Seelampur area of north-east Delhi on Tuesday afternoon. Police fired tear gas shells to the protesters. Fumes of smoke erupted from at least two areas as the deadlock continued for about an hour and a half.
BJP Spreading Violence In Delhi: Manish Sisodiya
Deputy CM of Delhi Manish Sisodia accused the Bharatiya Janata Party of spreading violence in the capital. Sisodia tweeted, "The people of Delhi want peace. Fearing their defeat in the elections, the BJP is hopeless and has been instigating riots. Before 2015, this party instigated riots in Trilokpuri and Bawana. But the people of Delhi tried to instill riots in BJP Taught a lesson for me, and it will do the same again". Yesterday, police stopped the movement of vehicles on the road connecting Seelampur to Zafarabad due to the protest. Protests erupted in Seelampur following a clash between police and protesters in Jamia Millia Islamia over the citizenship law. The new law grants citizenship to non-Muslims from Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh who fled religious persecution and arrived in India by 31 December 2014. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and Prime Minister Narendra Modi have also appealed to the people to maintain peace and tranquility.
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Accidents every day because of danger zone
Danger zone became JK Circle: Accidents are happening every day, many people have lost their lives so far, officers are not paying attention
JK Circle Chairaha on Bhilwara-Rajsamand bypass has already become Danger zone. Accidents occur on the next day. Every year many lives are lost due to this. Outside Bhavani Nagar, some transporter traders have parked the right container and a truck on the shore.
Due to this, the residents of the residential colony Bhavani Nagar and Dheda are unable to see the vehicles coming from behind from the stand of the truck and are victims of the accident. The standing of these heavy vehicles does not allow the cattle to pass through the lane.
Raj Singh, a resident of Bhawani Nagar, told that a barn has been built at Fairlane outside Bhawani Nagar street number-4. In front of it, the right container and a truck have been standing for the last year and a half. The condition is that the wheels of the truck have been punctured and the bushes have grown under the truck. In this regard, complaints have been made by the officers of the police patrolling the night and the officials of the company in good faith, even after this no one is paying attention.
Three cars burnt due to fire
Three cars burnt due to fire while welding gas in motor garage, there was chaos, one hour jam
On Thursday evening, a Maruti car caught fire during a gas welding at Hariyam Car Care located 50 feet rad. On information, the fire of Rajsamand Municipal Council reached the fireplace. After almost an hour of struggle, fire was controlled.
Three vehicles were burnt from fire and the cylinder of gas welding burst. Due to this the slabs and stones of the garage roof were broken. Due to the explosion, there was chaos in the garage. Two labours was inside during the blast, he escaped and came out and saved his life.
Told that an accident took place at Hariyam Car Care of Lavana resident Mistry Madan Kumawat. The Maruti 800 was being repaired at the time of the incident when the car suddenly caught fire due to a part of a gas welding spark. Other cars were parked near him. Fire spread in them when the explosion of the gas welding cylinder blew up the roof of the garage and caused a blast.
Labour left the garage and ran out. On the spot, the fire brigade and Kankareli police arrived at the macaque under the leadership of firearm worker Vikram Singh from the city council. Fire could be controlled after an hour's struggle. With the readiness of firefighters, the burning of two cars and two bikes was saved. After the fire incident, a large crowd gathered. At the same time, due to fear, people were not able to go near the scene. Therefore, queues of vehicles started on the road.
Diesel rates are hiked by 16 paise
The price of diesel in Mumbai and Chennai has increased by 16 paise and in Delhi and Kolkata hiked by 15 paise. Now the price of diesel in Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi and Kolkata has been increased to Rs 69.57, Rs 70.13, Rs 66.34 and Rs 68.75 per liter respectively.
On the last business day of the week, the price of diesel rose again. Oil companies on Friday increased 15 paise in the country's capital Delhi and Kolkata, while 16 paisa per liter in Mumbai and Chennai. After this increase, the price of diesel in the four metros has increased to Rs 66.34, Rs 68.75, Rs 69.57 and Rs 70.13 per liter respectively.
The increase in diesel price is expected to increase freight. If this happens, the price of goods and services will increase, especially the inflation of essential commodities will increase further.
However, there was no change in the price of petrol for the third consecutive day. According to the website of Indian Oil, the price of petrol in Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai remains the same at Rs 74.63, Rs 77.29, Rs 80.29 and Rs 77.58 per liter respectively.
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Открылся первый центр цифрового образования «IT-куб» в Екатеринбурге
В четверг, 19 декабря, в Екатеринбурге открылся первый в Свердловской области цифровой образовательный центр для детей IT-cube. Он был создан в рамках реализации национального проекта «Образование». Как сообщает департамент информационной политики, здесь внедрен новый формат технической подготовки школьников по направлению информационные технологии.
«IT-куб» - это современная образовательная экосистема, объединяющая лидеров рынка, наставников, прошедших обучение в офисах партнеров-партнеров проекта и Сколково. Центр цифрового образования создан на базе Роботодрома Дворца молодежи. Ранее они проводили ремонтные работы и создали шесть кубических лабораторий (Яндекс.Лицей, Samsung IT School, Коворкинг-зона, Шахматная комната и т. Д.). По словам директора Дворца молодежи Константина Шевченко, важно, чтобы «ИТ-куб» был связан с будущим.
«Сложно предсказать, что это будет. Но тот факт, что информационные технологии будут основой любого направления, абсолютно уверен », - сказал Константин Шевченко. «Я хотел бы поблагодарить партнеров, которые поддерживают центр и готовы участвовать в работе с детьми».
В Шахтах Ростовской области было зарегистрировано 25 случаев острой кишечной инфекции.
Предполагаемой причиной этого стало отравление рулетами в одном из магазинов суши-микс японской кухни, пишет пресс-служба областного управления Роспотребнадзора.
- Ведется эпидемиологическое расследование. Предположительно инфекция была пищевого происхождения », - сообщили в областном Роспотребнадзоре.
Был подготовлен протокол о временном закрытии магазина. Результаты расследования будут представлены в суд.
Массовое отравление в городе Минас-Жерайс произошло 15 декабря. Первоначально было около восьми жертв. Каждый заказал роллы в магазине Суши Микс.
- в инфекционном отделении МБУЗ ГБСМП им. Пять пациентов с острой кишечной инфекцией доставили Ленина. Врачи также посоветовали троим гражданам, они отказались от госпитализации, сообщила пресс-служба департамента здравоохранения города Шахты.
Состояние больных удовлетворительное. Расследование обстоятельств происшествия привело к региональному расследованию.