Prices of Onion & Tomato Continue To Rem दिल्ली
Onion and tomato costs continue to stay high in the scope of Rs. 60-70/kg in the retail markets of the national capital in spite of government measures. These two kitchen staples are being sold at up to Rs. 70 for every kg, contingent upon the quality and territory, according to exchange information.
The information kept up by the Consumer Affairs Ministry likewise demonstrated retail cost of onion controlling high at Rs. 55/kg and tomato at Rs. 53/kg in the national capital district (NCR). The rates have stayed high over the most recent one month even as the administration has supported supplies in the national capital through state-claimed Mother Dairy's Safal outlets, cooperatives Nafed and NCCF.
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Constant burning in Punjab and Haryana arrived at its pinnacle this season expanding the poisonous air quality in Delhi for the third day on Thursday as enduring quiet surface breezes averted scattering of toxins. As per Safar India, with an air quality file (AQI) of 412, the general air quality in the national capital kept on being in an extreme classification - generally contaminated.
The quiet surface breeze beating the most recent two days over Delhi has prompted solid surface nighttime reversal and collection of contaminations. The compelling stubble fire includes in Northwest India (Punjab and Haryana) expanded from the earlier day's 1,057 to 2,396, as is obvious from SAFAR-multi-satellite fire item. The stubble fire rate commitment to Delhi's air quality which contacted the season's most noteworthy offer on Wednesday was 35 percent, is anticipated to be 27 percent on Thursday and 25 percent on Friday.
A man in an intoxicated state set his bike ablaze in south Delhi's Saket on Thursday after a contention with traffic police who fined him for obstructive stopping, authorities said. The man was given a challan of Rs. 500, they said. The bike was towed away by a cop Rajender from Khoka Market in Saket for blocking stopping, police said.
As per police, the vehicle was left in the no-parking zone in Khoka Market and was towed away by the traffic police and brought to the transitory holding zone in Pushp Vihar. After some time, the biker, Mukesh, an inhabitant of Satbari, arrived at the spot and began getting rowdy with traffic police staff. He was seen as affected by liquor, said Deputy Commissioner of Police (South) Atul Kumar Thakur.
The Environment Pollution (Prevention and Control) Authority has expanded the restriction on evening development in Delhi and encompassing regions like Gurgaon, Ghaziabad and Noida till Saturday. The window of the boycott, which starts from 6 pm, has additionally been expanded to 10 am from the previous 6 am, the Supreme Court-ordered body said on Thursday.
The restriction on coal-based businesses, notwithstanding force plants, in Faridabad, Gurgaon, Ghaziabad, Noida, Greater Noida, Sonepat and Bahadurgarh will likewise proceed till Saturday. In Delhi, enterprises that have not moved to channeled petroleum gas will stay shut during the period, the EPCA said.
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Delhi: For the celebrations of four days of the Diwali festival, Connaught place and people of Delhi are all set for witnessing something unique. From October 26-29, the show will be organized to celebrate the Diwali festival without sounds and smoke to reduce Air and Noise pollution in Delhi.
The whole area will be in a festive look with a patchwork of light scattered over it once the sun goes down.
The Delhi government has informed local police, traffic police, NDMC to form a committee to make the show successful. For the enjoyment of visitors without Hassle, there will be traffic restrictions in the market area from 6 pm to 10 pm.
The welcome gate will be constructed with lights. The display will include a laser beam show, storyboarding with lights, and writing on the buildings. Colorful short messages like "celebrate Eco-friendly Diwali," "cracker free Diwali," "keep your city clean," will be written on buildings to reduce pollution in the city.
Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Thursday ordered the police to "forfeit" illegal pressure horns and punish owners of such vehicles. Delhi High Court also asked the cops to continue taking action against vehicles, including two-wheelers, which are using pressure horns and silencers.
A division bench of justice C Harishankar and justice DN Patel directed pressure horns and modified silencers to be forfeited in the city.
Subsequently, the High Court directed that such pressure horns and modified silencers be forfeited by the police with immediate effect. Under the Environment ( Protection) Rules 1986, 80 decibels is the maximum noise limit for two-wheelers. But transport officials claim that bikers were found using modified silencers which violate the norms. Modified silencers, which are widely popular among the youths, produce noise that is at least 120 decibels and often above 130 decibels, which is above the limit.
In the already densely populated and polluted Delhi, this noise pollution causes more problem to senior citizens.
Delhi: A report was filed before the National Green Tribunal (NGT) and it was revealed that a few years back, over 100 Pakistani Hindus family came to Delhi for pilgrimage and didn't go back.
They are residing in temporary built houses, jhuggis near river Yamuna floodplain, South of Gurudwara Manju ka Tila. Adarsh Kumar Goyal, who is an NGT chairperson, took note of the report and asked the authority how the encroachment could be allowed.
He also ordered DDA (Delhi to take strong action against the report and remove encroachments.
According to the report, around 120 families, who are Pakistani Hindu Nationalists, had come to India on pilgrimage visas and have started occupying jhuggis and semi-permanent structures of nearly 5000 square yards.
Some of them got their Adhar card and other vital documents on their Manju ka Tila address.
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Section officer force women employees
ACB Disclosed - Section officer of Home Department used to force women employees overnight
The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has also made preparations to register a case of torture against the Section Officer of the Home Department Group-11 for providing relief in departmental actions by taking bribes from policemen and seeking transfer from women workers. This has been revealed in the charge sheet recently presented by ACB officials against the Section Officer Rakesh Meena in court.
The ACB has admitted in the chargesheet that Rakesh Meena's clerk posted in the office used to speak obscenely on the phone to a Grade-II female employee. When the woman protested, he used to threaten her and make her do the opposite. Rakesh Meena asked criminal to get the subordinate female employee transferred to the secretariat of her well-known female employee, and replied - he would get the woman transferred, in return she would have to be sent to have a physical relationship. Rakesh Meena used to make inaccurate comments with female activists.
The ACB investigation revealed that Rakesh Meena, the arrogant, also used to have lewd talk with another woman worker under his command. The special thing is that the archetype used to pressurize the woman worker to move around forcibly before her wedding and to stay the night together and go for another day. Criminal used to take unethical benefits of women workers. In such a situation, the ACB has also considered the practice of inviting Rakesh Meena to be tried in the investigation. Soon ACB officials will take further action in this regard by taking statements under Section-161 CrPC of three women. Its responsibility has been given to Inspector Meena Verma.
Banskho Market Closed Today
Market closed on demand for making Banskho Panchayat Samiti, peace march on highway
The strike, which was being given to Banskho demanding the formation of Panchayat Samiti, continued for the 18th day on Thursday. Banskho's markets were once again closed indefinitely and a peace march was taken out. It is noteworthy that after the passage of time to raise objections regarding the demarcation and reorganization of Panchayats, the demand for Banskho town to be made a Panchayat Samiti once again is becoming vocal. Bansakhoh is currently a Gram Panchayat.
A peace march was organized for Bassi by laying wreaths on portraits of Iron Man Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and Indira Gandhi at the dharna site in the Mahadev Temple at the same bus stand. Shanti marched from Banskho to Mohanpura Pulia in March with the help of rural vehicles. After this, these people reached the Bassi SDM office on foot marching from the highway where they repeated the demand of making Banskho a panchayat committee by submitting a memorandum to SDM Ramkumar Verma.
The government has made Tunga a panchayat committee. This has made the headquarters of Banskho Tunga. People here say that there is no proper means to go to Tunga and the distance is too much. Therefore Banskho should be made a panchayat committee.
Ashok gehlot comment on satish poonia
CM Gehlot calls BJP state president Satish Poonia new mullah; They said, that's why they are banging loudly
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot called BJP state president Satish Poonia the new mullah. He said that he is new. He has been instructed by Shah and Modi to target the Chief Minister of Rajasthan. They will take time to understand things. They are the new mullahs, the new mullahs are loud. Gehlot said this in a press conference during his stay in Delhi on Thursday.
Gehlot said that he will take time to understand things, while tightening his stance on Satish Poonia. They are the new mullahs, the new mullahs are loud. His position has been established right there. They have gestures from Amit Shah and Narendra Modi because our RSS, BJP, Amit Shah and Modi ji are being attacked by Rajasthan Chief Minister, so you have to do politics by making Rajasthan Chief Minister a target. They are specially assigned to them.
Ashok Gehlot said that in the aspect of the case, we formed the SIT. After which we appealed on the SIT report in the High Court ten days ago. I hope that Aspect Khan will get justice. Aspect Khan has become a symbol in the entire country regarding mob lynching. Whenever there is mob lynching in the country, then there will be mention of the aspect. The aspect of the judiciary, bureaucracy, police and common people has also become a symbol of khan. It is the duty of the Government of Rajasthan to provide justice to the family of Aspect Khan. The accused are punished. We would like to ensure this. With this, Gehlot said on his decision to impose toll tax on private vehicles, what was the reason for waiving toll tax on private cars. This decision was in the form of winning the election. Even if there was only a question of public exchequer, I would have allowed it to continue. But all roads are given on toll tax contracts.
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Thursday, when his platelet count reached 40,000, the health of three-time Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif showed improvement.
PML-N supremo has still been admitted to Services Hospital, with no further episodes of chest pain over the past five days, a physician said on anonymity condition.
The wellbeing of the former Premier fell into the danger zone on October 27, when his blood platelet count dropped dramatically from 45,000 to 25,000 within a day, prompting the doctors to quit his heart medication.
In the Al-Azizia corruption case, the Islamabad High Court (IHC) accepted Nawaz's bail plea for medical reasons.
Bail was issued for eight weeks, and the former prime minister was ordered to deposit two Rs2 million security bonds each.
Christine D'Cruz became a mother recently, and she was full of dreams of working in childcare. However, the life of the teenager came to a tragic end when the man she loved murdered her in cold blood. According to the reports, Junior Fayiah Carlos, who is 27 years old, was under the influence of methylamphetamine, cannabis, sleeping pills, and alcohol when he had an argument with 19-year-old Christine over infidelity and the baby's paternity in Mandurah, south of Perth, in December 2017.
He took a knife and stabbed her 35 times in the neck and upper body. After killing her, he went to sleep. The body was found covered in a blanket by the police. Carlos will serve 19 years in prison before he becomes eligible for parole. His crime was dubbed as a spontaneous act of violence by Justice Joseph McGrath.
Now, the climate is helping. Winds calmed down on Wednesday night and progress was made with the Kincade Fire by firefighters. Announced by Cal Fire at 7 a.m. Thursday, 60 percent of the fire is now included. No additional acreage has been purchased and the total area of burn stands at 76,825 acres.
"Due to steep terrain and narrow roads, access to the northern part of the blaze remains difficult, but firefighters will continue to build on the progress they've made with even more control lines being set up," stated Call Blaze in a statement.
To over 140,000 people of Sonoma County, including the towns of Healdsburg and Windsor, Geyserville south of Canyon Road and parts of Santa Rosa, Larkfield, Rincon Valley and Fulton, evacuation orders were lifted on Wednesday. Most of these sites remain under "consultative evacuation," which means people can return home at their own risk.
"With our land personnel, yesterday was a very successful day," Jeff Ohs, a Cal Fire section chief, said at the meeting of operations on Thursday morning. "The 101 corridors we were able to repopulate."
Approximately 6,000 residents are still under mandatory evacuation from a weekend high of over 180,000. Many areas where people are still unable to return home run along the eastern flank of the fire, including the area near Mount St. Helena, Knight's Valley and eastern sections of the canyon of Mark West Springs Creek.
Oh's stated that Thursday's priority will be on the eastern edge of the fire near Lake County, the area of Mount St Helena, and "through the bottom of the blaze and up close to Highway 101."
"They have such a huge number of ground forces there, and their primary mission is to go after all they see smoking," retorted Ohs. "There's going to be smokes, you're going to see them next week or so, and they're going to have to diminish after that."
Schools in Sonoma County remained closed until Monday and schools in Napa County in Calistoga were opened. The districts of Konocti and Middletown were abolished in Lake County. It is expected that weather conditions will be favorable in the weekend and likely in the next week. For November 10 and 11, there is a small chance of rain.