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पैसे के अभाव में रुक गया इलाज़ .
मनोहरपुर (झारखंड ),के साइडिंग निवासी पूनम लोहार पुत्री मोतीलाल लोहार ,यकृत रोग से पीड़ित है .
पूनम बरसों से इस रोग से पीड़ित हैं .माता-पिता अपने छमता अनुसार हर शम्भव चिकित्सा कर रहे है, पर लॉक डाउन कि वजह से दिहाड़ी कामगार पिता मोतीलाल लोहार के पास जीविका हेतु कोई अन्य बिकल्प न होने कि वजह से वो भी हताश और निराश रहने लगा है .
स्थानीय सरकारी अस्पताले जबाब दे चुके है .यंहा तक कि बुर्ला मेडिकल कोलेज के चिकित्सको ने भी पूनम को बेहतर इलाज़ के लिए कटक ले जाने कि बात कही .
पर पैसे कि तंगी झेल रहा पिता पूनम को कटक ले जाने में असमर्थ है .
अभी तक पूनम को किसी तरह का सरकारी सहयोग नहीं मिल पाने और पिता के समक्ष बेरोजगारी कि समस्या आ जाने से पूनम का इलाज़ रुक गया है.
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Al-Safahat is the the top brand for organic skincare and hair care in India.
People have started thinking differently. Fathers want their daughters to become employed to be secure in life, rather than marrying a rich man for security. Even the homemakers are trying to do something on their own to make their identity.
Ayeesha Aquib, a housewife and mother of two sons wanted to do something for herself and started an organic skincare and haircare brand which is home-based. Al-Safahat is the name of her brand. Ayeesha Aquib has exclusively prepared the products of Al-Safahat organically using natural ingredients. The first product of this organic skincare and haircare brand Al-Safahat is the Saffron gel, and gradually it became one of the best selling products.
In 2018, Ayeesha Aquib decided to come out of her comfort zone, and do something good for others. She chose to use the natural Karishma of Mother Earth and started this organic skincare and haircare brand Al-Safahat. She used to struggle while choosing the perfect solution for skin care and hair care problems without facing the long-term side effects of the harsh chemical-based formulas.
Al-Safahat can be used by kids and adults. The products can be used irrespective of gender. The organic Saffron Gel of Al-Safahat consists of Vitamin E, Saffron, essential oils, and Glycerin. Vitamin E is very necessary to include in a daily skincare routine to reduce the aging problem and lock the age of the skin. The combination of Saffron, Vitamin E, and essential oils works amazingly to lighten unwanted acne scars and dark spots. The organic Saffron Gel of Al-Safahat has become a compulsory product of the night skincare routine of many customers, as it helped them to get rid of those scary nightmares.
After getting an overwhelming response from the happy customers who used the Saffron Gel, Ayeesha Aquib launched several new products of Al-Safahat. The products are all organic and cruelty–free. Their newly launched organic skincare and hair care products included the 24k Gold Elixir, Eye roll-on, Luxurious Hail Oil, Acne Face Mask, Baby Massage Oil with Saffron, Lip Scrubs in three different Variants, Cucumber Fairness Day Cream, Anti Acne Gel, Oats and Saffron Face Pack, Calamine Face Pack, Bridal Glow oil, and Glow and Shine Ubtan. All these products were launched in July 2018.
By the end of 2019, Ayeesha Aquib launched 11 gels and creams, 5 serums, 7 face packs, 4 face scrubs, and the best-selling face wash along with other several products of Al-Safahat. After the organic saffron Gel, Aqua Pearl Serum became their next best selling during the winter season of 2018.
In 2020, when all the businesses were going down, Ayeesha Aquib’s Al-Safahat gained many customers from distant parts of India. They made their ground stronger by organizing various giveaways and quarantine combo pack offers.
Al-Safahat has launched its new website in November 2020, with a complete hair care package for adults. During the winters most of us face hair fall problems and dandruff issues, Ayeesha Aquib has solved this problem permanently and organically-Safahat has launched their new website, www.al-Safahat.com in November 2020, with their new launch, ‘The Complete Hair Care’ package for adults.
Islam for girLs?
I have a question for all muslim boys and men..aaplog azan k waqt ldkiyon ko sr pe dupatta rakhne ko kehte ho..thik hai achhi baat h bilkul rakhni chahie lkin aap ye btao kya apko v sr dhakna nai chahie???
Kya quran me aisa likha h k sirf ladkiyon ko hi sr dhakne ka hukm hai ladkon ko nahi???
The Seaweed resources in India – prospects and challenges
n 2019–20, India produced over 325 million tons of food grains to feed more than 1.4 billion people. This population is increasing every year. As it grows, demand for food grain production increases. Traditional Indian agriculture is currently at maximum production levels but lacks the capacity to fill the gap between production and demand. The farmlands are further put to more lucrative uses of land for building townships, industrial corridors, commercial establishments, infrastructural facilities etc. Therefore, it is imperative that society must identify alternative resources that will support and supplement the long-term human food demands sustainably with minimal environmental impacts. There is ample evidence of the importance of seaweeds in the context of human food needs and ecological benefits of farming. Economic uses of seaweeds particularly for food, feed, phycocolloids and agro-based products, are well known for centuries and are now being extensively investigated for their application in bio-fuel, neutraceutical, medicinal, personal-care and food additive industries. Direct consumption of seaweeds as food in the form of salads, soups and a number of other food preparations is very common in Southeast Asian countries. Japan, China and Korea stand at the forefront of seaweed utilization in human food preparations, whereas in India, seaweeds are used only for the extraction of industrially important phycocolloids such as agar, alginate and carrageenan.
Global production of seaweeds has been estimated at 30.1 million wet tons in 2016, with 95% of the total produced from culture and the remaining 5% from natural beds. The top seven countries that account for global production of seaweeds are: China, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia and Vietnam. However, in India, agar and alginate are produced from seaweeds harvested from wild stocks. The present review provides an overview of Indian seaweed resources, their utilization and the associated seaweed industry. Recent initiatives to develop and transform seaweed farming into social enterprises are described. Opportunities and challenges for building a successful seaweed industry in India are also discussed.
India is among the 12 mega-biodiversity nations in the world. India’s coastline is 8100 km long and has an Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) of 2.17 million km2 (equal to 66% of total mainland area). Nearly 30% of its human population is, one way or another, dependent on the rich exploitable coastal and marine resources. The Indian coastline, with its different coastal ecosystems, supports luxuriant growth of diverse seaweed populations, having considerable economic importance.
Indian agar production started in 1940 on a cottage-industry scale. Later, a process for industrial manufacture of agar was developed. With the development of the industrial methods, a few processors started agar production This food-grade agar meets most domestic Indian requirements. Food grade agar powder fetches higher prices than agar strips.
Alginate is extracted from wild stocks along the Gulf of Mannar coast. Alginate production has steadily increased from 98 metric tons in 2003–200 metric tons in 2016. SNAP Natural Products and Alginate (P) Ltd. is the major producer. SNAP produces a variety of alginate products, including food, pharmacological, industrial, textile and welding grades. Alginates have been used in a wide range of applications as thickening and gelling agents in the food and feed processing industries. Pharmaceutical industrial concerns utilize alginate coloring agent as stabilizers and in the textile industry as water proofing, paper coating and in wastewater treatment.
The Southeast Indian coast is considered to be most suitable for commercial seaweed cultivation because it has shallow, wide and flat coastal shorelines with moderate wave action, and rich in nutrients including phosphorus and nitrogen. Seawater salinities and temperatures are optimal for seaweed production making the region suitable for commercial seaweed cultivation year round, except during the monsoon season. Essential cultivation supplies including bamboo, rope and anchors are readily available at reasonable prices close to the cultivation sites.
Economics of seaweed cultivation
The bamboo raft system is the preferred method for all industrially valuable Indian seaweeds. Advantages include: raft located in sub-surface seawater column providing adequate sunlight exposure; rafts are easily handled and relocated to suitable locations free from epiphytes and grazing; and bottom nets minimize herbivore grazing of algae. Materials for making rafts (e.g. bamboo, anchor stones, polypropylene rope, etc.) are commonly available close to the farm areas.
Future directions in seaweed culture in India
Indian seaweed cultivation dates back nearly four decades. Cultivation technologies have been developed for several industrially valuable seaweeds over the last 20 years but there are still many challenges to overcome. Challenges include the need for high-temperature-tolerant and fouling- and disease-resistant strains. Most Indian seaweed cultivation is located in near-shore waters, and to overcome inshore challenges an alternative farming strategy including expanding to offshore culture systems is recommended.
Indian seaweed cultivation in near-shore areas faces several challenges. Expansion of cultivation grounds is a major constraint due to water use conflicts with fish landing centers and commercial fishing activities. Human sewage rich in phosphate and nitrate from major municipalities and small towns has negative impacts on seaweed growth. Run-off from land-based agriculture, thermal power plants and chemical factories inundates near-shore waters and contributes to commercial cultivation challenges. Shallow, near-shore seawater temperatures often reach levels that inhibit seaweed growth. These challenges represent contributing reasons to relocate seaweed cultivation operations to offshore sites. Offshore seaweed cultivation has several potential advantages including: elimination of space limitation as vast ocean areas are available; water use conflicts are minimized due to minimal fishing activities; and offshore waters are clean and transparent as agricultural runoff, sewage and industrialized discharges are minimized due to open ocean dispersion. Offshore algal farming has potential disadvantages including: maximum wave height of 5–10 m; current velocity of 2–3 knots; and wind speeds of 35 m s−1 all of which can damage and dislodge the farm infrastructure. Offshore farming units must be able to withstand these dynamic conditions. The development of novel, offshore seaweed farms could play a major role in generating sustainable energy from biomass. Use of special textile mats can simplify seaweed farming and substantially increase yields. .
Biofuel production from seaweeds
Seaweeds are appealing potential biofuel feedstock candidates for the production of transportation fuel, as they grow rapidly and exhibit high photosynthetic light harvesting efficiency. Globally, several countries including India have reported efficient conversion of macroalgae to biofuels such as bioethanol, biobutanol, biomethane and biohydrogen. Potential Indian seaweed genera for biofuel production in India include Ulva, Kappaphycus, Gracilaria, Gelidium, Sargassum, etc. Red algal genera including Kappaphycus, Gracilaria and Gelidium have been cultivated in India for phycocolloid production. Due to their potential for large-scale farming, these seaweeds have been examined for their biofuel production potential, utilizing their phycocolloid or cellulose content as substrates. Recently, green seaweeds, mainly Ulva sp., have also emerged as potential feedstock for biofuel production due to their high carbohydrate content, higher growth rates and lack of direct commercial utilization. Several research groups in India are actively working on the growth engineering of seaweeds, bio-refinery techniques for extraction of value-added products and photo-bioreactor design for high biomass production. Biofuel production from residual biomass after extraction of value-added bio-products from seaweeds makes the process economically viable from an industrial perspective.
Opportunities and challenges for establishing successful seaweed industries in India
Bio-fertilizer and bio-stimulants from seaweeds have immense potential in the Indian agriculture sector. Seaweed bio-stimulants increase crop yields and quality, reduce use of chemical fertilizers and help improve the soil fertility. India imports seaweed bio-stimulants worth US $25–30 million annually from Canada, Norway, Indonesia, Philippines and China. There are opportunities to promote indigenous sea weed-based technology for the production of bio-stimulants. Promoting indigenous seaweeds for bio-stimulants will reduce the fertilizer subsidy burden of the Indian exchequer.
Seaweeds have the potential to be used in a broad spectrum of products such as: food, biofuels, chemicals, cosmetics, medicines, etc. The National Bio-fuel Policy of India (2018) targeted 20% blending of biofuels by 2030. It is estimated that, if 460 million tons of fresh seaweed biomass per year could be harvested from a 10 million hectare area (corresponding to about 5% of total EEZ of India), it could generate 6.66 billion liters of bioethanol, which would meet the targeted petrol blending by 2030 in India. Industrial production of biofuel from seaweeds needs to be given top priority.
India’s traditional food practices are different from other Asian seaweed consuming nations. Although 30% of the Indian population lives close to the sea, people are not accustomed to eating seaweed. Formulation of a wide variety of recipes by food technology institutes for adaptation to Indian palates and popularization through social media are needed for promoting seaweed-based foods in India. International collaboration for processing and preparation of seaweed-based foods should be established with the Southeast Asian countries where consumption of seaweed food is popular.
Seaweeds have tremendous business potential for generating revenue and jobs in bioactive and cosmetic sectors as they possess anti-ageing, anti-oxidant and moisturizing properties. However, such applications are not yet developed at the industrial level in India and so an initiative to do so needs to be given priority. Seaweeds with high pharmaceutical and cosmetic applications need to be identified and cultivated at large scale through industrial collaborations. Identifying suitable cultivable and scalable seaweed strains for pharmaceutical and cosmetic applications should be undertaken by an industrial public-sector collaboration.
Several cultivation technologies have been developed through significant Indian research and development efforts, and commercial seaweed farming is being carried out using floating rafts along the southeast coast of India. Such structures are suitable for near-shore waters where low tidal amplitude and minimal tidal influences persist. However, a major portion of the Indian coastline is exposed to the open sea and has high tidal amplitudes. Recently, Tube net method has successfully been developed on the Gujarat coast. Tube-net systems withstand rough sea conditions while producing good biomass yields. Several other culture systems which can withstand high water dynamics in open water areas needs to be developed. Seasonal dependency on Indian seaweed culture represents a crucial challenge needing to be overcome. Monsoon periods in India are associated with occasional occurrence of cyclones and typhoons and create high seawater turbulence and high tidal fluctuations. Cultivation during this period is restricted to seed bank preservation. Land-based cultivation in intensively operated ponds has been done successfully for several species. In India, seaweeds are mainly used for extracting phycocolloids and the high cost of pond-produced seaweeds may not be profitable unless the harvested seaweeds are processed for multiple products e.g. biofuel, bio-stimulants, food, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals Seaweed growers are receiving minimal prices for their harvested seaweeds due to their sale to cottage-level industries for indigenous phycocolloid extraction. Export of dry seaweeds has been banned for several decades. If the ban is lifted and export of dry seaweeds is permitted, farmers will realize higher prices for their seaweeds. Other challenges in seaweed farming affecting crop productivity and quality are crop health issues such as high temperature impacts, diseases which rely on R&D efforts to reduce or eliminate.
କନ୍ଧମାଳ ଜିଲ୍ଲା ରେ ବି ଜେ ପି ର ଚିଠି ଚିରl ଆନ୍ଦୋଳନ.
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ସମଗ୍ର କନ୍ଧମାଳ ଜିଲାର ବିିଭିନ୍ନ ବ୍ଳକ ସ୍ତରରେ ବିଜେପି ପକ୍ଷରୁ ଚିଠି ଚିରା ଆନ୍ଦୋଳନ କ ରାଯିବା ସହିତ ଟିକାବାଲି ଠାରେ ବ୍ଳକ ମଧ୍ୟ ଘେରାଉ କରିଥିଲେ ବିଜେପି ନେତା ଓ କର୍ମୀମାନେ।ବିଜେପିର ଅଭିଯୋଗ ପ୍ରକାରେ, ରାଜ୍ୟ ସରକାର ପ୍ରଧାନମନ୍ତ୍ରୀ ଆବାସ ଯୋଜନା ହିତାଧିକାରୀ ଙ୍କ ଘରେ ବିଜୁ ପକ୍କାଘର ନାମରେ ପୋଷ୍ଟର ମାରୁଥିବା ବେଳେ ପ୍ରତ୍ୟେକ ବାସଗୃହକୁ ବିଜୁ ପକ୍କାଘର ରାଜ୍ୟ ସରକାର ଯୋଗାଇଛନ୍ତି ବୋଲି ଏକ ଚିଠି ହିତାଧିକାରୀଙ୍କୁ ପ୍ରଦାନ କରୁଛନ୍ତି। ଯାହାକୁ ନେଇ କନ୍ଧମାଳ ବିଜେପି ତରଫରୁ ସେସବୁ ମିଥ୍ୟା ଚିଠି ବୋଲି ଦର୍ଶାଯାଇ ଆଜି ସମଗ୍ର ଜିଲାର ବ୍ଳକ ସମ୍ମୁଖରେ ଚିଠି ଚିରିବା ଆନ୍ଦୋଳନ କରିଥିଲା। ଜିଲାର ବାଲିଗୁଡ଼ା, ଜି.ଉଦୟଗିରି, ଖଜୁରିପଡ଼ା ଭଳି ବିିଭିନ୍ନ ବ୍ଳକ ସ୍ତରରେ ଏହି ଆନ୍ଦୋଳନ ହୋଇଥିଲା। ଜିଲାର ଖଜୁରିପଡ଼ା, ଟିକାବାଲି, ଜି.ଉଦୟଗିରି, ଦାରିଙ୍ଗବାଡ଼ି ଭଳି ସମସ୍ତ ଅଞ୍ଚଳରେ ଏହି ଆନ୍ଦୋଳନ ହୋଇଥିଲା। ସମସ୍ତ ମଣ୍ଡଳ ସଭାପତିଙ୍କ ନେତୃତ୍ୱରେ ବିଜେପିର ବହୁ ବରିଷ୍ଠ ନେତା ଓ କର୍ମୀମାନେ ଏଥିରେ ସାମିଲ୍ ହୋଇଥିଲେ.
God : Ganesh
Address :Chandikhol, Jajapur, Odisha, India
State : Odisha
Temple Timings | Map
Mahavinayak Temple is the oldest Hindu temple of Lord Ganesha in Odisha. It is located in Chandikhole of Jajpur district. The specialty of this temple is that the five Gods (Shiva, Vishnu, Durga, Sun and Ganesha) are worshiped as one deity in a single Garbhagriha. Lord Ganesha's other name is Binayak. For this the temple name is Mahavinayak. But this place is popularly known as a Shiva Khestra. This temple is also called as Shri Shri Mahavinayak Shaiv Peeth.
History and Architecture
This temple was constructed by the kings of the Keshari Dynasty of Odisha during the 12th century. The temple is made up of double-colored bricks- red and yellow.
The wife of Kamadev, Rati Devi is worshiped here to the release of her husband from the curse of Lord Shiva. While she was praying to Lord Ganesh, five hands simultaneously stretched out towards her to receive her offering, putting her in a dilemma. She then prayed to Bramha who clarified that the five Gods, Ganesh, Sun, Vishnu, Shiva, and Durga had been pleased with her prayer and simultaneously stretched their hands to receive her offering. Kamadev was released thereafter, and that day a large granite stone emerged from the earth, containing the divine power of the five gods. During the Mahabharat battle, mother Kunti also offered Golden Champa flower to Lord Shiva from this place for the victory of her sons.
Mahavinayak enshrines the five godheads in one Lingam. The special of Mahavinayak temple is that the five Gods Shiva, Vishnu, Durga, Sun and Ganesha are worshiped as one deity in a single Garbhagriha. A few years back a new beautiful Hanuman temple has been constructed near to the entrance of Mahavinayak temple. This is the latest attraction added to the already famous tourist location.
Puja and Festivals
Festivals such as Maha Shivratri, Makar Sankranti, and Raja are celebrated here. Maha Shivratri is celebrated for five days with Yagna and Homa every year. In the month of Shravan, especially on Shravan somvar Shiva devotees offer holy river water to fulfill their wishes.
How to Reach
By Air: Nearest Airport is Bhubaneswar which is 65 Kilometer.
By Train: Nearest Railway Station is Cuttack.
By Road: Buses are also accessible to reach the temple
The first polygraph became created in 1921, whilst a California-primarily based totally policeman and physiologist John A. Larson devised an equipment to concurrently degree non-stop adjustments in blood stress, coronary heart charge and respiratory charge to be able to useful resource withinside the detection of deception (Larson, Haney, & Keeler, 1932; McCormick, 1927). The invention of the polygraph can not be, however, attributed to a unmarried man or woman. 7 years prior, in 1914, Italian psychologist Vittorio Benussi had posted his findings at the respiration signs of the lie (from German: ‘Die Atmungssymptome der Lüge’), and it became American psychologist, attorney and creator William M. Marston who invented the discontinuous systolic blood stress check for the detection of deception in 1915 (Alder, 2002), which, whilst taken together, shaped the idea for Larson’s polygraph.
The polygraph first got here into big touch with the criminal gadget in 1923, whilst Marston tried to have the outcomes of a polygraph check admitted as evidence (United States v. Frye, 1923). The courtroom docket rejected the outcomes as evidence, mentioning that ‘at the same time as the courts will pass an extended manner in admitting experimental testimony deduced from a nicely-recognized clinical precept or discovery, the element from which the deduction is made have to be sufficiently set up to have won fashionable popularity withinside the precise area wherein it belongs’ (United States v. Frye, 1923. p. 1). This have become referred to as the Frye Standard, which could govern the admissibility of professional testimony in US courts till nicely after the quit of the Cold War.
The full-size majority of early polygraph studies became performed through John Larson, who labored for the Berkley, California, police branch at some stage in the 1920s. Berkley Police Chief August Vollmer noticed Larson’s paintings as a method to seriously enhance the effectiveness of his branch, and for this reason allowed Larson to check and refine his polygraph via paintings on actual cases (Carte & Carte, 1975). Vollmer’s attention at the polygraph’s sensible price over another issues became some thing that might emerge as a not unusualplace stance inside regulation enforcement withinside the US.
Larson’s early paintings benefited from the useful resource of his then-protégée Leonarde Keeler, who's frequently credited with the advent of the primary polygraph trying out techniques, inclusive of the Relevant/Irrelevant Question Technique (Keeler, 1930). Keeler became accountable for making the polygraph equipment transportable and became the primary to feature the galvanic pores and skin reaction (GSR) channel to it in 1938, primarily based totally at the paintings of Fordham University Graduate School psychologist Reverend Walter G. Summers (Summers, 1936). Keeler, however, did now no longer percentage Larson’s determination to academia, however as an alternative preferred economic and business success. To this quit, Keeler patented his polygraph, have become one of the first to located a ‘polygraph school’ and went to date as to seem as himself withinside the 1948 noir movie Call Northside 777 (Alder, 2007; Matte, 1996). Prior to his demise in 1949, Keeler contributed substantially in the direction of the recognition of the polygraph, similar to Marston did, however additionally have become one of the first of many to attention basically at the polygraph’s rewarding capability on the cost of any educational contribution. Following Keeler’s demise, the polygraph’s records endured unabated with John E. Reid, who's recognized for the controversial ‘Reid Technique’ of interviewing/interrogation (Gudjonsson, 2003; Johnson, 2003; Kassin & Gudjonsson, 2004). Reid did now no longer best set up his personal polygraph school, however evolved the CQT, the polygraph trying out technique that changed Keeler’s Relevant/Irrelevant Question method because the maximum broadly used method, which it stays to date (Raskin & Honts, 1987; Reid, 1947, Wilcox & Madsen, 2009).
The improvement of recent trying out techniques and the an increasing number of giant use of the polygraph2 had been now no longer matched through educational development withinside the area of deception detection. Only a small range of these concerned in polygraph trying out (e.g. Larson et al., 1932) sought peer-reviewed book in their paintings or tried to deliberately check the effectiveness of polygraph examinations or their underlying theories (e.g. Landis, 1925). This acted as the idea for mounting grievance of the polygraph studies later on, at the grounds of a loss of clinical rigour withinside the early polygraph studies.
It became now no longer till 1965, forty one years after the Frye wellknown became set up, that the primary empirical overview of the polygraph became performed. This came about whilst a suggestion to apply the polygraph to display screen federal personnel brought on the United States Committee on Government Operations to assess the applicable evidence. It concluded: ‘There isn't anyt any lie detector, neither guy nor machine. People were deceived through a delusion that a steel container withinside the palms of an investigator can discover fact or falsehood’ (US Congress, 1965, p. 1).
The proponents of the polygraph remained in general unphased through this. David T. Lykken, an influential critic of CQT polygraph tests, argued that the obvious disconnection among the technology and exercise of the polygraph existed in massive element due to the fact few expert polygraphers have mental education and there are only a few psychologists who recognise sufficient approximately the enterprise to oversee its practices (Lykken, 1974, 1975). In reaction to the developing criticisms concerning the shortage of clinical guide for the polygraph, John E. Reid and his colleague Frank E. Inbau said that the man or woman accomplishing the polygraph exam became the actual lie detector (Reid & Inbau, 1977), for this reason brushing off all issues concerning the polygraph’s clinical validity.
नई दिल्ली. कोरोना संक्रमण के चलते देश में मरने वालों की संख्या 14,907 हो गई। बुधवार को 424 मरीजों ने दम तोड़ दिया। महाराष्ट्र में लगातार दूसरे दिन 200 से ज्यादा मरीजों की जान गई। यहां पिछले 24 घंटे में 208 लोगों ने दम तोड़ा। इसी के साथ राज्य में मरने वालों का आंकड़ा 6,739 हो गया है। अरुणाचल प्रदेश में बुधवार को कोरोना से पहली मौत दर्ज की गई।
देश की राजधानी दिल्ली में 64 मरीजों की मौत हो गई। यहां मरने वालों की संख्या अब 2,365 हो गई है। तमिलनाडु में 33 मौतें हुईं। इसके पहले मंगलवार को 468 लोगों की जान चली गई थी। उधर, गुजरात में 25, कर्नाटक में 14, पश्चिम बंगाल में 11, आंध्र प्रदेश, हरियाणा और राजस्थान में 10-10, मध्य प्रदेश में 9, उत्तर प्रदेश और पंजाब में 8-8, तेलंगाना और उत्तराखंड में 5-5 लोगों की मौत हुई। झारखंड, बिहार, जम्मू कश्मीर 1-1 संक्रमित ने दम तोड़ा।
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