Tests of Tap Water From 11 Parts Of Delh दिल्ली
The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), which falls under the Food and Consumer Affairs Ministry, has found in its fundamental report that faucet water tests from 11 distinct pieces of Delhi have bombed on 24 differing parameters. Individuals from various pieces of Delhi were griping about the nature of faucet water and its potability. The BIS activity comes in the wake of this. The primer report has allegedly been recorded with the Food and Consumer Affairs Ministry.
Service sources included that the extent of this finding will be amplified. BIS sources uncovered to IANS that in the subsequent stage, small scale supplements in the water will be tried at its lab. The last report will turn out inside a month after the third phase of testing of water tests to be led at a Mumbai lab. The Delhi Jal Board comes legitimately under the Delhi government with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal as its Chairman.
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The effect of the Delhi government's plan to give free head out to ladies in open vehicle transports will be considered by a group of scientists from Harvard University and World Bank. The Harvard University has teamed up with the Dialog and Development Commission (DDC) of Delhi to ponder the effect of the plan, bad habit director of the Commission Jasmine Shah said.
The AAP government's eager arrangement of enabling free travel to ladies in more than 5,500 open vehicle transports in the city will come into power from October 29. The analysts from the Harvard University and World Bank welcome the plan, Mr Shah said in an announcement. The exploration group contains Dr Girija Borker, a World Bank market analyst, and Dr Gabriel Kreindler and Dev Patel, both from the Harvard University.
CISF personnel have secured a man and held onto 49 kg of peacock quill from a Hong Kong-bound traveler at the Delhi air terminal, a senior authority said today. He said Naseer Ansari (39) was blocked at the Indira Gandhi International Airport on Wednesday with three huge sacks containing peacock quills.
The man was given over to the Customs division as he couldn't clarify the purpose behind conveying such a gigantic amount of the plumes, he said. Traditions authorities will learn the wellspring of the store and whether this transfer abuses the natural life law, the authority said. Peacocks are ensured under Schedule I of the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972.
Before long, you can arrive at Delhi to Mumbai in only 10 hours by Rajdhani Express. The Indian Railways intends to chop down the movement time of New Delhi-Mumbai Rajdhani Express by reinforcing foundation under Mission Raftaar activity. At present, it takes 15 hours and 30 minutes to cover the separation among Delhi and Mumbai.
In the following four years, Indian Railways intends to build the most extreme speed of Rajdhani Express in New Delhi-Mumbai course to 160 kmph. Right now, it keeps running at a speed of 130 kmph. The railroads gauge to burn through ₹6,806 crore to fabricate the vital rail routes foundation. Real redesign in the foundation will diminish the adventure by at any rate five hours.
Also, the railroads is wanting to finish the voyage from New Delhi to Howrah in 12 hours. At present, it takes 17 hours to finish the voyage between New Delhi and Howrah by Rajdhani Express. In the proposed arrangement under Mission Raftaar, the assessed expense for this activity will be ₹6,685 crore. The Kanpur-Lucknow course will be incorporated into the New Delhi to Howrah course.
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The United States-based India's leading cab aggregator uber app on Wednesday Said that it will offer free insurance to its rider in case of an accident.
Insurance will be applicable on trips by cars, auto, and motorcycle insurance offering benefits up to 5 lakhs, which is completely free of cost. The company has teamed up with Bharti AXA and Tata AIG for this insurance scheme. Uber rider can report an accident to the company using the app only.
Anuj Gulati, Managing Director and CEO, Religare Health Insurance, said, "It has been our consistent endeavor to make health insurance solutions increasingly customized and accessible for consumers, and this product is a testament of our philosophy. We believe this is a landmark initiative and we are pleased to partner with Ola as they enter a new paradigm of consumer benefits.
Uber says its 24x7 support team will then reach out to the rider and coordinate with the insurance partner to take them through the claim process which has been made cashless. The rider has to fill a form on the app, after which Uber's team will get in touch with them for follow-ups.
New Delhi Chief Minister from AAP (AAM ADMI PARTY) has come up with "Mukhyamantri kirayedaar Bijli Meter yojna" scheme under which prepaid Meter will be installed at rented accommodation, and only useful for domestic purpose. Under this subsidy scheme there will be no charge up to a consumption of 200 units.
For this occupant will have to pay Rs 3000 and get a prepaid meter installed, also occupants will have to submit rent agreement or address proof where they are residing.
As the name suggests tenants in the scheme so the Meter will be mention on tenant name to a avoid false ownership chances. As per Delhi's Power minister, it will cost Rs 6000 for installing a prepaid meter and Rs 3000 for the security deposit. Also, chief minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the Delhi government had become the first government in the country to implement the street vendors act.
Rantadine commonly prescribed the drug in India by doctors for heartburn and acidity is going through the probe of containing cancer-causing impurity. According to directives, Rantadine contains nitrosamine impurity called N nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) at a low level.
NDMA classified by international agency for research on Cancer (IARC) as probably carcinogenic to humans. GlaxoSmithKline pharmaceutical company decided to suspend supply of
India's second largest brand of medicine, zinetac, due to ongoing probe by US FDA into cancer-causing impurity in rantadine based drugs.
GSK is second company to halt supply of Rantadine based drug after Dr. Reddy's laboratories supply of drug are suspended worldwide. Patients who wish to discontinue consumption of Rantadine should talk with their healthcare professionals for option also state drug controller has been asked to communicate to the Rantadine manufacturers to verify their product and take appropriate actions for public safety.
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The Incident is of Koregoan Park when the two constables who were on their duty patroling spotted two men engaged in the fight near Ruby hall cinema. The Police constables took them to Mangaldas police chowky where they were interrogated.
The two robbers confessed of their crime and how they broke into one house and stolen gold, the officer then let the robbers go but have also taken their share in the form of two bangles and gold pendant. Before the robbers let go, Shinde wrote his phone number on the sheet and gave it to the robber.
The constables were not aware that the Yerawada police were already looking for the two men who broke into one house and stolen the gold. The police nabbed the accused and asked them about the crime, they confessed everything along with the name of a constable whom they gave some part of stolen gold.
After Investigating the Senior officer caught the two constables and made them confess about the crime. The news spread in Media and now the orders are been given of the two officer to be dismissed.
One of the constables is denying his crime and said if they wanted to steal any gold they would have not handed the robbers to the nearest police station for Interrogation and would have let them go.
A 16-year-old college-going boy from Nerul (Mumbai) ran away from home after his parents scolded him for playing PUBG game. The boy was found by Kolkata police with no money with him to return back. The boy was then sent to children home until his parents arrive to take him back.
According to the parents, they had given him Rs 6000 to pay maintenance bill and buy some clothes, once they left the home for work the boy escaped and went missing. According to them, he must have gone for attending PUBG Competition in Kolkata.
The boy was PUBG game Addict and often use to bunk college for attending PUBG competitions and for playing games in the cyber cafe. The police tried to trace the teenager by hacking into his PUBG account but could not trace him due to him changing the account with which he used to play PUBG.
Many people are Addict with PUBG (Player's Unknown Battle Ground) game and in extreme cases have even lost their lives.
ஆந்திர மாநிலம் விசாகப்பட்டினம் பகுதிகளில் அதிக அளவில் போதைப் பொருட்கள் கடத்தப்படுவது தொடர்கதையாகி உள்ளது. பல்வேறு நாடுகளில் இருந்து சட்ட விரோதமாக கொண்டுவரப்படும் கஞ்சா, விசாகப்பட்டினம் கடற்கரையிலிருந்து இந்தியாவுக்குள் கொண்டு வரப்பட்டு, இந்தியாவின் பல்வேறு மாநிலங்களுக்கும் கொண்டு செல்லப்பட்டு வருகிறது.
சட்டவிரோதமான இந்த வலைப்பின்னல் நடவடிக்கைகளை தொடர்ந்து கவனித்து வந்த ஆந்திரபிரதேச போதைப் பொருள் தடுப்புப் பிரிவினர், 6000 கிலோ கஞ்சாவை கைப்பற்றியுள்ளனர். விசாகப்பட்டினத்தில் உள்ள பிரிகுடா கிராமத்தில் அருகருகே இருந்த மூன்று கட்டடங்களில் இருந்து 6 கோடி மதிப்புள்ள 6,000 கிலோ கஞ்சா பறிமுதல் செய்யப்பட்டுள்ளது. இந்நிலையில் இது தொடர்பாக இரண்டு நபர்கள் கைது செய்யப்பட்டுள்ளனர்.
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Свято-Вознесенский Ново-Нямецкий (Кицканский) монастырь — православный мужской монастырь Православной церкви Молдовы в приднестровском селе Кицканы на правом берегу Днестра в 6 км южнее Тирасполя.
В состав монастырского ансамбля входят 4 храма: Свято-Вознесенский собор (летний), Успенская церковь (зимняя), Никольский храм (семинарский), Кресто-Воздвиженский (трапезный). К Успенскому храму ведёт липовая аллея, в стволах были вырезаны фигуры монахов и послушников, однако в настоящее время они утрачены. Кроме храмов и братских келий в обители есть гостиницы для паломников, церковный музей, библиотека в которой до наших дней сохранились документы, миниатюры и старинные книги XV—XIX вв., типография и иконописная мастерская.
Luxembourgers in Chicago – notable Luxembourg Americans
Michael Schaack, one of the most prominent police officers in the history of the Chicago Police Department, was born in Septfontaines, Luxembourg, on 23 April 1843. At the age of 13, he and his parents and siblings migrated to Chicago.
Like most of the teenage boys of his day, Michael needed to find a job to supplement his family's income.
He worked for the first time in a furniture factory, earning $3.00 a week. After a while, he moved to the Luxembourg community of Port Washington, Wisconsin, where he worked as a farmer. At the age of 18, Michael moved to Cairo, Illinois, to work in a brewery, and at last, he was employed as a ship's helmsman on the Great Lakes.
On 15 June 1869, at the age of 26, Michael became a member of the Chicago Police Department. He started his service in the crime-ridden "Old Armory" district of the city. He's been there for six years. Michael was transferred to the north side of Chicago, where he worked with many of his fellow Luxembourgers. He was soon transferred to the Secret Police Force, and in 1872 he was made a Sargent. He was very successful as a Secret Police officer was credited with more than 860 arrests, including notorious killers, robbers, and burglars.
Over the years, Michael has gained a reputation as a tough, relentless, intuitive, nonsensical police officer, investigator, and interrogator. He was a force to be reckoned with in the streets of Chicago, and his name and personality were known throughout the city. He was loved by many and hated by others, depending on one's own lifestyle and political ideology. He and his wife were frequently threatened as trials were underway and their homes were twice set on fire by arsonists as acts of intimidation. Yet Michael has never stopped crusading for justice and the law.
Michael was named Lieutenant in 1879 and Captain in 1885. The Northside Inspector's Office was established in 1892 and Michael was named to that position. This gave him complete control of the entire police force north of the Chicago River. He also had jurisdiction to spy on fellow officers and investigate corruption within the Northside Police Force.
In his illustrious career, Michael was well known for his role in resolving some of Chicago's most heinous and challenging crimes, including the murder of Murkowski, Cronin's murder, Luetgert's murder, Colliander's murder, Hroneck's dynamite case, and Krug's poisoning. Yet the most notorious event was his role in finding and arresting the "anarchists" responsible for Chicago's famous Haymarket Riot and bombing on May 4, 1886.
On the previous day, May 3rd, one person was killed and several more injured as Chicago police intervened to protect strikebreakers and intimidate strikers during the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company pro-union rally. This pro-union meeting was a component of an hour workday national campaign. In response to what they saw as police brutality, members of the labor movement often referred to as "anarchists," called the next day a mass meeting at Haymarket Square in Chicago.