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Kanhaiya's Support For Jamia Students, Said- This Law Is Very Dangerous
CPI leader Kanhaiya Kumar protested outside Jamia Millia Islamia in Delhi on Wednesday and said the protest was a fight not only to protect Muslims but to protect the entire country. Addressing a large gathering of protesters outside the gate number 7 of the university, Kanhaiya said that people should be concerned about the NRC, adding that much more dangerous than the controversial Citizenship Act Was. The former leader of the JNU Students Union said that the protests against the citizenship law would be "as defenders of the Constitution" in history. Kumar said that people should be more concerned about the NRC, adding that the controversial citizenship was a lot more dangerous than the Act. "If the NRC is implemented pan-India, we all have to stand in long queues like the days of demonetization," he said. Kumar underlined that the amended citizenship law and NRC should be opposed tooth and nail, but it should not go the way of peace. "We should make sure that we stay in our senses while trying to maintain the same level of energy," he said. According to Kumar, those who are trying to protect the Constitution are being called "traitors," and those who are destroying it are calling themselves "patriots."
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Coldest day of last 22 years in Delhi
Delhi today witnessed another cold day after recording its lowest temperature in 22 years. The city today recorded a maximum temperature of 18 degrees, 4.5 degrees below the average temperature, and a minimum of 7 degrees, which is one degree below the average. The maximum temperature recorded at the Delhi airport was 15.5 degrees, below 7 degrees. According to the Indian Meteorological Department or IMD, north India recorded a drop in temperature for the second consecutive day due to low-level cloud cover and cool north-northwest winds. IMD had said that on December 19, severe cold conditions may ease and will reduce thereafter. As per the instructions are given by the authorities today, schools in Noida will remain closed for the next two days in the winter. The Meteorological Department said that there is dense fog in different parts of Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, and Delhi, and cold conditions are likely to prevail over parts of Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, and East Rajasthan. Temperatures in most parts of North India, along with Chandigarh, were recorded today, which is 10 degrees below the average. The maximum temperature in Lucknow today was 13.2 degrees, 10.8 degrees below the average. Officials said on Wednesday that schools and colleges in Gwalior would remain closed for the next seven days. The night temperatures in most parts of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh continued to decline even after the recent snowfall as traffic was disrupted due to landslides on the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway for several hours on Tuesday. In Himachal, the weather remained dry and cold as Manali, Kufri, Keylong, and Kalpa shivered at sub-zero temperatures. Leh in Ladakh recorded a minimum night temperature of minus 12.0 degrees Celsius on Tuesday.
High Court Order To Delhi Government, Take Action Against Cab Operators Under Law
The Delhi High Court directed the AAP government to act as per law against cab aggregators like Ola and Uber if they are found to be in violation of the provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act. The Delhi High Court's directive came after the Delhi government told the court that app-based cab services had been brought under the purview of the amended Motor Vehicles Act, which requires them to obtain a license to operate in the city. The bench of Chief Justice DN Patel, Justice Rekha Palli, gave oral instructions. The court was told by the Delhi government that app-based cab services had been brought under the purview of the amended Vehicles Act, after which they are required to obtain a license to operate in the city. It was presented before the bench by Naushad Ahmad Khan, Additional Permanent Advocate of Delhi Government. He told the court that thousands of vehicles have been seized and fined for not complying with the provisions of the amended Act. In response to the submission, the court asked Khan to submit an affidavit, stating whatever he had told the bench and listed the matter for further hearing on 31 March. "You work according to the law," he said. The court also gave the Center a final opportunity to file its response to a batch of petitions seeking regulation of app-based cab services. It said that a petition was filed in 2014, and to date, the central government has not given its response. The first two petitions were filed in 2014 and 2015, respectively after a driver raped a woman in an Uber cab. Initiating the PIL, the court had held that the safety norms required for the operation of taxis in the national capital were being openly adhered to. It also sought feedback from the Center and Delhi government on the steps taken by them, and they propose to regulate cab aggregators.
Supreme court refuses to hear plea of lawyers in police-lawyers clash case
The Supreme Court refused to consider a petition filed by advocates seeking disciplinary action against police personnel protesting after the lawyers-police clash in the Tees Hazari court complex and the Delhi High Court for relief Asked to knock the door. The apex court said that the High Court is seizing the case and has passed several orders in the case. A bench of Justices Arun Mishra and Indira Banerjee refused to consider the petition but granted liberty to the petitioners, including lawyer GS Mani, to move the High Court. It asked the High Court for the early disposal of the case. Earlier, the apex court had demanded the Delhi High Court to keep the lawyers-police clash in the Tees Hazari court complex and later the orders made by policemen at their headquarters. It had said that it does not want to initiate a parallel proceeding as the High Court has seized the case. On November 2, lawyers and police clashed over a parking dispute at Tis Hazari Court premises in Delhi, during which at least 20 police personnel and several lawyers were injured, while 17 vehicles were vandalized. Two days later, lawyers from all six district courts went on a strike, which was called off on November 15. In an unprecedented protest by the Delhi Police, thousands of its personnel staged and staged outside the police headquarters for 11 hours on November 5. Two attacks by lawyers on their allies sparked a virtual revolt. The Delhi High Court, which filed a lawsuit (on its own) taking cognizance of media reports on the incident, ordered a judicial inquiry into the case by one of its former judges, Judicial (retd) SP Garg.
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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.
2 Special trains for Vaishno Devi (Delhi-Jammu-Katra)
Railways have decided to run two special trains from stations in Delhi. Keeping in mind the convenience of passengers, Railways has decided to run a duplicate Jammu Mail between train number 04409/04410 Delhi Junction-Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra-Delhi Junction 3 days a week. This train 04409 from Delhi will run for Mata Vaishno Devi Katra every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday from December 20 to January 12 at 6:25 pm and reach Vaishno Devi Katra at 9:05 am the next day.
In return, train number 04410 will run from Vaishno Devi Katra to Delhi Junction from December 21 to January 13 every Wednesday, Saturday and Monday at 1:15 pm and reach Delhi Junction at 3 am the next day.
The train, with two air-conditioned 3 tier and seven second class sleeper, five general class and two second class low luggage coaches will halt at Panipat, Ambala Cantonment, Ludhiana, Jalandhar Cantonment, Pathankot Cantonment, Jammu-tavi and Udhampur stations en route.
Air-Hostess hanged her self
Air hostess of Spice Jet Airlines hanged himself in his PG room and killed himself. As soon as the police got information about the incident, the police did not find any suicide note near the girl or in the room. Initial investigation by the police revealed that the girl was very upset with the owner of her PG.
Originally a resident of Siliguri in West Bengal, Mishtu Sarkar (23) was an airhostess in Spice Jet Airlines Company. She had been working for several months. Air hostess lived in PG built in house number NR-29 of DLF Phase-3. According to the statement given by the father of Airhostage to the police, his daughter got a call at 2 am on Tuesday. The daughter was crying on the phone, she told that PG Director Amarendra Singh harasses her again and again. His mobile is also hacker On Tuesday, Amarendra disrespected everyone. I am very upset, I have to come home. The father said that no one should come home and hung up.
Shortly thereafter, the PG operator got a call from the father of the air hostess and told that his daughter could do something. She did not open on Tuesday morning when PG's caretaker knocked her room in the routine for cleaning. When the room was opened somehow, the airhostess was found hanging.
PG Care Taker informed the police. DLF Phase-3 Police Police team reached the spot on the information, no suicide note was recovered from the police. On the information of the police, his father reached Gurugram and registered a case against the PG operator and filed a case.
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Good News : Tourists don't have to wait in queue for entry ticket of Taj Mahal
Archaeological Survey of India has simplified the online ticketing process at the Taj Mahal. ASI has released QR code through which tourists can purchase tickets. Explain that the Taj Mahal has a magnetic key. QR code has been posted on Taj Mahal by ASI.
Tourists can scan it and download it in their mobile on the entry ticket. This will give them freedom to spend hours in line. These QR codes have been posted outside the entrance gate of the Taj Mahal. It is also made available in the offices of hotels and tour and travel companies. QR codes, called Scan and Pay, have been installed at the western and eastern gates of Taj Mahal.
With this help, tourists are booking Tatkal tickets within minutes. As soon as tourists scan the QR code from their mobile phone, the link attached to the QR code will directly connect them to the online ticket booking system. This process will also save tourist time. More than 20 thousand tourists visit the Taj Mahal every day. At the same time, this number increases more than two times during the weekend and holidays.
Municipal corporation will develop the city
The Municipal Corporation has prepared a plan to spend 33 crores on the development of the city. This will lead to construction of roads, sewers, sewers and culverts. There will also be work on some parks. The corporation has started the tender process of development works. It is believed that the development work will start after the completion of the tender process. Development works will be done in the metropolis from the 14th Finance Commission and the Corporation Board Fund. Where 11 crore to 147 roads, sewers, culverts etc. will be constructed from board funds. At the same time, the roads of drains and RCC will be made from 22 crores of 14th Finance Commission. Development of the city will begin at a rapid pace. Roads, sewers and drains will be constructed. For a long time, the councilors have been demanding construction of culverts etc. She too will be made now.
Questions are being raised over the quality of development works being done by the corporation in the city. Any development work should be paid only after the on-site investigation report will be surprise inspection. If negligence is found, the rule will be written for proceedings against the contractor and the engineer concerned.
Mumbai: Man asked to pay Rs 10 as e-wallet account recovery fee, ‘duped’ of Rs 1.6 lakh
The Cyber Fraud happens with the Senior Businessman of Malad, He got a call from an executive of the E-wallet company. He asked him to pay Rs 10 as a recovering fee and duped him for Rs 1.6 Lakhs.
On December 2, the victim Chandulal received a message in which they wrote that his wallet is suspended for violating the rules.
He got a call from the executive firm who claimed that he will help him in recovering the suspended account.
After the first transaction, Rs 10,000 got debited from his account after that he switched off his mobile but later found that Rs 1.5 lakhs were debited.
A complaint was filed in the Dindoshi police station and police are investigating the case.
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Inflation slows in Cork and Dublin but rents up by 8.2%
Eoghan Murphy, who is the Minister of Housing, has repeatedly insisted that the rent caps are working as the average Dublin rent inflation has fallen from 9.6% to 6.6%. However, the boom is in control in Cork and Dublin only, which is apparent in the recently published reports. The report suggested that the rents in many locations rose by more than 8 percent across the country in the third quarter. The average rent paid per month rose to €1,243 from €1,149 in the same period of July to September. The national average of the rent rose by 3.3 percent in every quarter. The report has been published by the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI). They came with these figures with the help of data collected based on actual rent paid by more than 21,236 tenancies registered with the board. The report said that the rent rose by 6.6 percent in Dublin while the Rent Pressure Zone cap was 4 percent. It also suggested that before the cap, it was increasing at a rate of 9.6 percent every year.
Dublin mother and daughter reunited after 22 years
For a Dublin mother, the first Christmas with her daughter after a gap of 22 years was a dream come true. According to the reports Lorraine Kirby who is currently living in Bedfordshire, England, has been missing her mother on Christmas Eve for more than two decades. The reason was her shifts as a nurse in the NHS. She left Ireland when she was 18 years old, and she was never able to come back home for the festival celebrations. Her story attracted the attention of chocolate company Thorntons who ran a competition where people were asked to nominate a family member with whom they want to reunite on Christmas. She was given a VR headset and was requested that she will be seeing her family via virtual reality. However, she on removing the VR set found that Lorraine, her husband, and their daughter were standing in front of her. June said it was a dream come true for her as she finally managed to meet her daughter at Christmas.