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The East city body-proposed waste preparing plant in Ghonda Gujran is confronting an obstacle from its own political wing, with Mayor Bipin Bihari Singh Friday saying in a House meeting that he won't pass the proposition to manufacture it. Prior, the AAP and social activists had additionally fought the move, saying the site falls in the Yamuna's floodplains and could further debase the stream.
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A layer of fog waited over the national capital on Sunday as its air quality record (AQI) crumbled further and contacted the 245 imprint, which falls in the poor class. The abutting zones of Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Greater Noida, Noida, Baghpat, Murthal recorded an AQI at 290, 233, 280, 279, 259 and 245 individually. The air quality in Haryana's Alipur Khalsa (351) and Panipat (339) turned "poor", as indicated by Central Pollution Control Board information. An AQI somewhere in the range of 0 and 50 is considered 'great', 51 and 100 'palatable', 101 and 200 'moderate', 201 and 300 'poor', 301 and 400 'poor', and 401 and 500 'serious'.
Swaraj India chief Yogendra Yadav Saturday propelled an assault on the BJP and resistance groups in Gurgaon, scrutinizing them for poor administration and infighting. Talking at a jan sabha composed on the side of Sheilza Bhatia, the gathering's competitor from the body electorate, he said that individuals "don't have the fortitude" to concede that the gathering has fared inadequately in administration. "Individuals here make enormous, excellent houses, yet when they turn out, they see that streets are broken, sewers don't work. The lovely houses are a consequence of their diligent work, and the wrecked streets of poor administration. I have one solicitation for BJP — don't make new guarantees, simply give a record of what number of guarantees that you made five years prior have been satisfied," said Yadav.
A 21-year-elderly person has been captured from Sonipat in Haryana for purportedly grabbing the purse of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's niece Damyanti Ben Modi, police said on Sunday. Damayanti Ben's sack, which had money of Rs. 56,000 and two cell phones, was grabbed from her by two men when she was getting down from an auto-rickshaw on Saturday morning. In light of a protest by her, police recorded a case and later recognized the two snatchers, one of whom Gaurav nom de plume Nonu was captured from Sonipat where he was remaining at a relative's home, police said.
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The enlistment procedure for enrollment of Head Constables in Delhi Police will start from October 14. The application structures for the enlistment of 554 opportunities for Head Constable post can be filled through the official site of the Delhi Police, delhipolice.nic.in. Out of the all out opening publicized 372 are for male applicants and 182 are for female competitors. The opportunities reported are Ministerial and are Group 'C' opening. The determination procedure will incorporate four phases out of which two might qualify in nature. The principal stage will be a composed assessment, date for which will be declared later.
The Delhi BJP has documented a police grumbling after a wafer was tossed at its pioneers, including its boss Manoj Tiwari, during the gathering's "Gandhi Sankalp Yatra" at Karawal Nagar. Mr Tiwari named the episode an "apprehensive" demonstration to upset the BJP occasion. The "Gandhi Sankalp Yatra" was taken out from 10, Futa Road, Karawal Nagar West to Shani Bazar, Turkmirpur on Friday. At around 8 pm, when Mr Tiwari and different pioneers were tending to a social occasion, somebody purportedly tossed a saltine on them. "The saltine arrived on me and our previous MLA Mohan Singh Bisht. I had a near disaster, while Bisht's arm was harmed and his Kurta consumed," Mr Tiwari said. A grievance was documented late on Friday night by Delhi BJP's media co-head Anand Trivedi at the Khajoori Khas police headquarters. "We have enrolled a case under segment 285 (careless lead as for fire or ignitable matter) of the Indian Penal Code and are breaking down the CCTV film," a senior cop said. "The saltine burst with a noisy blast, activating frenzy among individuals. Our pioneers had a close shave, despite the fact that Mohan Singh Bisht was harmed," Mr Trivedi said.
Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot on Saturday said the state government won't permit flood evaluating by application based taxi aggregators during the up and coming odd-even street apportioning plan that is set to start one month from now in the national capital. "We will descend vigorously on flooding. Ola and Uber have been cautioned. Senior specialists from the vehicle division are holding gatherings to sharpen them not to make bother the general population," he said. Mr Gahlot made the declaration after the Arvind Kejriwal government said that private CNG vehicles won't be excluded from the odd-even plan, which will be actualized between November 4 and 15. Responding to the equivalent, the clergyman stated, "The private CNG vehicles were absolved in the last two odd-even projects. Be that as it may, it was discovered later that CNG stickers were abused and authorization offices were thinking that its hard to check these CNG vehicles." Prior in the day, Mr Kejriwal had said that open vehicle vehicles running on CNG like transports, automobiles, and taxicabs are excluded from the odd-even framework. Mr Kejriwal likewise said that solitary those ladies drivers who will control the vehicle alone or with other ladies ready or with a kid under 12 years old will be excluded.
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The Incident is of Tuesday where the police had information that the man is going to commit suicide and kill his two sons. By the time the police had intercepted the man, he had already killed his sons and have hidden them in the boot of his taxi.
The police had received a call from the man's brother who informed the police that the man is planning to take both children out of Mumbai and is going to kill them. The man had two children, One 11-year-old daughter and one 7-year-old son.
The police acted upon the information and started tracing his companies car which had GPS installed on it. They finally stopped the car near Khed shivapur toll plaza. Upon interrogation, he confessed that he murdered his children's and have kept that inside the boot of the car.
He informed that his wife left him and he had tuberculosis, worried about his children's future he committed this crime.
A wanted robber who was on a run for over 29 years and also he was a caretaker of Salman's Bungalow was caught by police.
The wanted robber was arrested from Salman Khan's bungalow located in Gorai. He was working as a caretaker in Salman Khan's house for 15 years, His name is Shakti Rana and is a 62-year-old.
Shakti Rana and his two friends had committed a robbery 29 years ago, He was given bail but from that time he could not be found anywhere. The court has issued a non-bailable warrant against him.
Recently police commissioner has conducted a meeting to discuss pending criminal cases upon which the police had a tip-off that the accused is somewhere near gorai, Acting on it they arrested the person from Salman's Bungalow.
A case has been filed under section 452,394 and 397, the police are interrogating the accused and will be presented in the court.
The Incident is of Shivaji Nagar in Mankhurd, At Around 3 PM a man killed one person and injures 3 people who came to stop him.
The Name of the accused is Arvind Yadav and stays in the same area where he committed the crime, According to the police, Arvind was angry on his neighbour due to some family matter and to take revenge he attacked her with Knife. It severely injured her, When three other people from the area came to stop him, he attacked them as well.
The attacked was so brutal that one person named Jayesh Gupta was declared dead when he was undergoing treatment. The other two suffered minor injuries.
The police have arrested Arvind Yadav and a filed a case on him under relevant sections of IPC and are planning to take next action.
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Hong Kong police on October 1 used tear gas to disperse anti-government demonstrations a record number of times. This was announced on Wednesday, October 2, Deputy Commissioner of Police Chris Tan.According to him, tear gas was used in different areas of the city 1.4 thousand times. To deter the radicals, a total of 900 rubber and 190 plastic bullets, 230 sponge grenades were fired, six shots were fired by combat bullets. The 18-year-old student who attacked the officers was injured, TASS notes.
Tang also talked about the detention of 269 participants in street riots from the age of 12 to 71 years. Protesters threw bricks and more than a hundred Molotov cocktails on guard. Injuries of varying severity received more than 20 police officers.
The Hong Kong administration spent $ 944 thousand on an advertising campaign in foreign media to restore the image of the city in the eyes of international investors amid ongoing protests. This was reported by the South China Morning Post.According to the newspaper, the campaign was launched on September 5 after the head of the local administration, Carry Lam, announced the final recall of the bill on the extradition of offenders to China, which caused massive protests from citizens.
Advertising messages were published in leading newspapers in Canada, the USA, France, Britain, Germany, South Korea and Japan. They note that Hong Kong remains a safe, as well as an open and welcoming place for business.
At the same time, the organizers of the protests have raised $ 3.8 million since the beginning of summer for an advertising campaign in the world media to draw attention to the situation in Hong Kong and the requirements of the Protestants.
The number of tourists in Hong Kong in August fell by almost 40% compared to last year due to anti-government protests."Social problems in the past few months have seriously affected the international image of Hong Kong as a safe city. The biggest concern is that the situation is unlikely to change in the near future," quoted the agency as financial secretary of the city, Paul Chan.
According to him, the greatest damage to the protests was caused by the tourism, trade and hotel industries. The occupancy rate of hotels in some areas has decreased by more than half, despite the fact that the cost of rooms has become much cheaper. In addition, many meetings and business trips were postponed or moved to other cities.