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World Gratitude Day was celebrated in Connaught Place on Sunday. The event was organized by Rab Shukran, an NGO additionally referred to as happiness brigade. The event enclosed an open mic session, poetry, music, affirmations, Djembe percussion and talk on ennobling stories. The celebration culminated with a gratitude parade to hide people doing thankless jobs like sweepers, rickshaw pullers and police forces.
Actress Smita Jaykar delivers a motivational session at literature festival held in Delhi
A two-day literature festival was held at the Kiran Nadar Museum in Saket recently that saw veteran actress and chief guest at the event, Smita Jaykar provides a motivational session.
The event was organized by Kalamanthan, an art platform and therefore the tagline of the festival was ‘every changemaker is an artist’, by co-founder Sarita Nirjhra.
“The program started with a brief trip of longing with the release of a short video sharing the journey of Kalamanthan as an art platform. the primary panel consisted of Latika Wadhwa and Priya Jindal who are both ‘mompreneurs’ and have carved a distinct segment for themselves. they'd an especially enriching session concerning rising and acceptance of ladies entrepreneurs in our society,” said Baasab "Taalib", artistic director.
Fashion designer Anju Gandhi beside Astha Sethi, a young fashion designer engaged in sustainable fashion was on the rostrum with social media influencers. The panel was moderated by the co-founder Sarita Nirjhra. “The discussion touched upon dynamical norms of fashion, eternal sarees, fabrics, and sustainable fashion,” said Jyotika Pruthi, festival director. numerous storytellers and poets from Delhi-NCR participated in the event.
Parents to be maintained by all of their kids, there can be no division of duty: Delhi HC
NEW DELHI: parents are to be maintained by all of their children and there will be "no division of duty" among them during this regard, the Delhi supreme court said on Tuesday.
The observation was created by a bench of judge D N Patel and justice C Hari Shankar whereas rejecting a man's plea against a senior citizen maintenance tribunal order asking him to pay Rs 2,000 per month to his parents.
"There will be no division of duties to keep up parents. parents are to be maintained by all the sons/children," the bench said.
The petitioner claimed that the upkeep court and therefore the appellant court imposed the amount on him while not considering his allegedly poor financial condition. He had challenged each the orders.
Apart from that, in his petition, he had additionally challenged one judge decision upholding the orders of the 2 tribunals.
The division bench discharged his appeal and noted that the amount of Rs 2,000 was "abysmally low" and "too meager" and, therefore, "does not warrant any interference".
64 individuals died in Delhi while cleaning sewers since 1993: NCSK
NEW DELHI: The National Commission of Safai Karamcharis (NCSK) on Tuesday said sixty-four individuals have died while cleaning sewers in Delhi since 1993 with thirty-eight such deaths happened within the last 2 years.
NSK chairman Manhar Valjibhai Zala claimed that the Delhi government has not been implementing the Prohibition of Employment as Manual Scavengers and their Rehabilitation Act, 2013 within the national capital and is causing out a wrong message for the rest of the country.
Delhi's social welfare minister Rajendra Pal Gautam, however, said the Delhi government has ensured effective implementation of the Act and therefore the deaths had taken place in septic tanks of malls and high rises wherever the sewer cleaning machines of the Delhi Jal Board cannot reach.
He said his government has put an end to manual scavenging and is additionally exploring alternatives for cleaning of septic tanks in malls and buildings.
After a review meeting with officers of the city government, Zala said thirty-eight sewer deaths have occurred in the city within the last 2 years and sixty-four such deaths have taken place since 1993.
Of the sixty-four those who died while cleaning sewers, the government has given compensation of Rs 100000 to 46 families.
The commission has asked the Delhi administration to produce compensation to rest of the families
Parity between salaries of police personnel, home guards not possible: Delhi HC
NEW DELHI: Salaries and perks paid to police personnel can't be equated therewith of home guards as there's no parity between their service condition, the Delhi tribunal has ruled.
Holding those home guards area unit working on a brief basis whereas the utilization of the police personnel contains a permanent feature, said a bench of magistrate D N Patel and justice C Hari Shankar.
The two cadres area unit entirely completely different, it said.
"Neither the wage nor the perks being paid to the police personnel are often extended to the home guards operating in Delhi. Moreover, it seems that enough and adequate care has been taken by the respondents for the home guards, e.g., Rule 18 of the Old Delhi Home Guards Rules prescribes compensation to be paid to the house guards," the bench said in a very recent order
The remuneration paid to home guards was Rs 15,840 per month in 2016 and it had been raised to Rs 20,820 from 2018, the tribunal noted.
"Thus, in a very amount of 2 years, the increase in remuneration is about 31 %. This rise in remuneration is just too much. Enough is enough. Home Guards cannot expect over this a lot of rising in remuneration," the bench said.
Referring to a Supreme Court judgment, the tribunal said the duties and responsibilities of the house guards and police personnel area unit entirely completely different.
"Thus, we have a tendency to see no reason to offer any direction and much less to issue a judicial writ for the facilities demanded by the petitioner. yet, the demand raised by the respondents is also taken care of by the respondents at an applicable stage trying to the monetary fund provisions out there with the respondent and searching to their own priorities," the tribunal said.
The court was hearing a PIL filed by nongovernmental organization Legal Forum for women empowerment, seeking directions to formulate set up and policies for the welfare of home guards, each male, and female, operating in Delhi at completely different departments beneath different capacities.
The plea said that benefits like provident fund, pension, insurance, health schemes, medical coverage, sanitation facilities, medical check-up on monthly basis ought to be provided to the house guards at par with officials/officers of Delhi Police.
Delhi: 2 arrested for duping over fifty individuals on the pretext of providing government jobs
NEW DELHI: 2 people are arrested by the police for allegedly duping more than fifty unemployed youths on the pretext of providing them government jobs, officers said on Tuesday.
The mastermind -- Rohit Mishra (29) and his associate Ashish Singh cheated unemployed youths hailing from remote areas of Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Jharkhand, and Maharashtra by promising them jobs in Doordarshan and Prasar Bharti when putting advertisements in newspapers, they said.
On September 13, the police received a complaint from the Additional Director General, Prasar Bharati Dinesh Mahur that expressed that they were receiving complaints from persons concerning being cheated by unknown people through 2 websites on the pretext of giving jobs in DD-Channel, the police said.
According to the police, a fake web site exploitation the emblem of Doordarshan, as well as Prasar Bharti, had been created.
Mishra was running a fake recruitment scam, which he was in operation for the last 3 years from somewhere in Khoda Colony, within the suburbs of Noida-Ghaziabad.
"The suspect additionally gave appointment letters having the logo of Doordarshan and solid stamp.
"They used solid identity proof and used totally different ATM booths for withdrawal of cash from the bank accounts during which they wont to receive payment from the victims," Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime) Rajesh Deo aforesaid.
Mishra used to place an advert in a national Hindi daily for state jobs within the Bihar, eastern Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh editions barring the NCR, the officer said.
When job seekers would send an SMS to the suspect, he would collect the address and instantly dispatch a form with directions to pay Rs 15,540.
After receiving payment, he would send an SMS to the victim acknowledging the payment and telling them that their registration was now complete, the DCP said.
In the next few days, the accused would generate another demand of Rs, 15,000 as medical insurance and Rs 5,000 as court agreement fee, the police said.
Two Delhi women kidnapped in Rajasthan
JAIPUR: 2 out of 5 women from city who had return to Rajasthan on a sightseeing tour were kidnapped by some youths in an exceedingly vehicle on Mon night from a stop here, said police officers.
Sikar Udhyog Nagar SHO Virendra Sharma said that the 5 ladies belonged to Delhi's Uttam Nagar. They were on a tour to Sikar.
"After having dinner, they were looking forward to a bus to delhi, and were offered a lift by some youths in an Innova who promised to drop them at a close-by stop at a bypass. the ladies took the lift, however, a little ahead, 3 of them were pushed out of the car whereas 2 were kidnapped," said the officer.
One amongst the 3 ladies who were pushed out from the running vehicle told reporters that the accused were making an attempt to rob them of their mobiles and purses. She said that the 2 ladies who were kidnaped hailed from bengal and did not know Hindi.
The police set up road blockades and raided several places, however to no avail.
However, all the 3 ladies gave completely different statements and have not got a case registered. The police is inquiring the matter, said Sharma.
Tremors In Delhi, parts Of North Bharat when half-dozen.3 Magnitude Earthquake In Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Earthquake In Delhi: up to now, there are no reports of any loss to life or property because of the earthquake.
NEW DELHI: delicate tremors were felt in the city and its neighboring areas once a half-dozen.3 magnitude earthquake affected north-west of Lahore this afternoon. The tremors, that lasted a couple of seconds, were felt at around 4:35 pm, several in city reportable.
The tremors were additionally felt in parts of north India, together with Kashmir, Punjab's Chandigarh and Uttarakhand's Dehradun.
There are reports of tremors in some cities in Pakistan together with Islamabad, Peshawar, Rawalpindi, and Lahore.
Press Trust of India, quoting local Pakistan media, reported that fifty individuals, together with women and kids, were shifted to a hospital in Mirpur in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir once a building folded following the earthquake.
Many, on feeling the tremors, took to Twitter to warn others.
Delhi will quickly become the first state to enforce the Street Vending Act: Kejriwal
NEW DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Tuesday that the domestic capital will quickly become the "first state" to enforce the Street Vending Act, 2014, to provide legal security for street vendors and hawkers.
Delhi will become the first country to enforce the Act. Under it, town selling commissions have been set up and a notice has been given, "he said.
Twenty-eight City Vending Committees have been set up, each with 30 employees. Twelve representatives were appointed from among road vendors and hawkers. The others are representatives who have been nominated, he said.
At a session on Monday, civic bodies were asked to perform a survey of sellers through their corresponding town selling committees.
After the survey is completed, street vendors will be given certificates and thereafter, licenses bearing the name of the owner, address and the place of vending, Kejriwal said.
Man arrested to use a fake ticket to access IGI Airport
NEW DELHI: A person was arrested by CISF personnel at Delhi airport for reportedly using a fake ticket to access the terminal region, an officer said on Tuesday.
Manpreet Singh was detained while leaving Terminal 3 of Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport on Monday night, the official said.
According to the official, Singh told the Central Industrial Security Force representatives that he used a canceled ticket to Doha to enter the terminal to see his mother and niece.
The person was handed over to the police who had filed him on charges of criminal trespass, the official said.