Anki Patil Delhi India
A team of 16 women was formed by the senior police officials to ensure that even a 6-year-old girl will feel safe on the streets. The team consists of women who are trained in armed combat.
The team will start patrolling from 6th November and those who know how to drive two-wheeler were picked for doing this job. One of the patroling women said that she leaves her office on her pink scooter and keeps her eye on the criminals.
There is also a siren on a scooter to make the public aware of the situation, It is advised to the patroling team to sort the issues by talking with the general public.
The motive behind it is simply that the women on the street should feel safe and also create fear among criminals. The ladies of Delhi have given a positive reaction to this initiative.
A 20-year-old woman went missing from 11th November, Her parents were told that she and her husband are on their France trip.
On Tuesday night the girl's decomposing body was recovered from bushes near Panipat Refinery in Harayana. She had married to a 21-year-old man named Sahil in March 2019.
The woman's father became suspicious and filed a police complaint on 26th November. He told the police that they are on foreign tour, Police called the woman's husband and later arrested him.
When Chopra was taken into arrest he said that the girl was fighting a lot with her and he was fed up with it, He took the police to the location where the girl's body was decomposing. He shot the girl and dropped her body near the refinery.
A case of murder was filed on the victim's family and police are investigating the case.
Delhi: An AQI between 201 and 300 is considered poor,301 to 400 is considered as very poor and 401 to 500 as severe. On Wednesday as AQI of Delhi falls in the severe plus category. Many schools in the NCR shut due to toxic smog as the Air Quality index entered into the severe category.
On Thursday, many students wrote letters to prime minister Narendra Modi urging him to ensure that measures are taken to bring relief from the alarming situation.
A student Ishant Mahant wrote in the letter," I used to enjoy soccer earlier but now I can only enjoy it on TV. I cannot play outside because the air is too toxic to breathe in".
Another student wrote in the letter,"
Another student was quoted as saying in the letter," At this point, we need a strong directive from the government of India and the government of the state affected to control this serious condition.we do have belief in our beloved Prime Minister who will surely take the strong decision on this".
Delhi: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal urged the people of Haryana and Punjab to stop stubble burning on Monday.
Due to stubble burning in the neighboring state of the National Capital in a state like Haryana and Punjab, the pollution in the NCR started raising since last week.
Chief Minister said people are suffering terribly due to the rising air pollution so we should stop practicing stubble burning.
As per the AQI system and weather forecasting and Research (SAFAR), the Air Quality index in the national capital region again entered into very poor quality after a brief respite last week. The primary pollutant PM 10 and PM 2.5 are at 352 and 359 at the Chandni chowk monitoring center.
Delhi government standing counsel (criminal) Rahul Mehra tweeted," Fires burning around Amritsar at 12 noon yesterday and Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh Government is simply doing nothing .since this is rain moist farm waste, it is likely to create max pm 2.5 leading to heart strokes, asthma, and lung patches. Delhi odd-even clears but Punjab again causes deadly smog?" Mehra tweeted earlier today.
Delhi: A massive protest by the members of the Jawaharlal Nehru students against the "anti-student" policies of the varsity's administration on Monday.
During the event of the convocation ceremony, the protest was staged where vice President M Venkaiah was speaking as a chief guest for the event.
The students union claim that the manual has provisions for a few hikes, curfew timing and dress code restrictions for students against the Draft Hostel Manual. Students said they will not end the protest till the hostel manual is withdrawn.students also said that protest is also part of several other issues like restrictions by the administration on entry to Parthasarathy Rocks, attempts to lock students' union office, etc .
JNU students are given a call to assemble students on the campus and said they plan to subsequently March to the AICTE auditorium, where the convocation will be held.
Delhi: Big New Year surprise of 3 flyovers for the residents of East Delhi, North, North East. According to schedule three flyovers near Shastri Park, Seelampur and Dharampura will be completed by October 2020. At first, it was decided to build two flyovers, one at Seelampur and the other at Shastri Park, as said by PWD official, but considering the bottlenecks that impede traffic flow on the stretch, a third flyover at the Dharampura junction was added to the Rs 350 crore project.
A government official said," This is one of the very first time when the construction of flyovers is being completed not simply within the deadline, but at least eight months earlier than scheduled". Government officials also added that this flyover would make the stretch between ISBT Kashmere Gate and the UP border free of traffic signals, will also enhance road infrastructure in the capital, specifically in East Delhi.
Delhi: Diwali firecrackers on the streets increased pollution levels to its peak level across North India. Air Quality Index figure in the month of October peaked on Sunday, October 27. Air Quality was below 200 in the first week of October but by the end of the second week, AQI crossed the 200 marks, taking air quality to the poor zone.
About a week before Diwali, AQI crossed 300 for the first time this month. On October 16, the average AQI for Delhi stood at 312, which is in the very poor category.
The AQI bulletin released by the Central Pollution Control Board revealed that Between 4 pm on October 27 to 4 pm on October 28, Delhi was not the most polluted city in India. In fact, the Capital did not fare even in the top 10 polluted cities. Four of the top five polluted cities are in Western Uttar Pradesh. Muzaffarnagar, a city in western UP, had severe air quality on Diwali. Its AQI was 426 following Muzzarfarnagar were Moradabad 398, Noida 397 and Ghaziabad 396 in UP and Kurukshetra 392 in Haryana.
Delhi stood at 13th position with an AQI of 368, which is categorized as very poor.
Delhi: police seized 10 kg firecrackers and held 500 people who violated the law by selling illegal fireworks.
As per the Supreme court order to keep the Delhi's atmosphere pollution-free, National Capital police went on a major drive in the run-up to the festival, carrying out raids in search of illegal fireworks and arresting the violators.
Assistant Commissioner Anil Mittal told on Monday, Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik himself inspected various parts of the city on Diwali night and distributed sweets to on-duty personnel and as per information, it was the first time in two decades that the Delhi chief had distributed sweets to personnel on duty, instead of a scolding.
940 calls were received by the control room reporting big and small matters. 44 person was held for violation and 56 cases were filed against the violation of the explosive ordinance.
Delhi: Many continue to use surgical masks unaware that they are for single-use purposes only. while N95 and N99 are most sought after, there are some other masks that you must know about. It is important to buy a mask that can help you against pollutants in the air." Wearing a mask while outdoors will prevent you from breathing in the polluted air. But, make sure to use high grade and medically approved masks for the best results, `` explain Sarlam Divya , CEO, KlinicApp.
The major impact of the toxic compounds in the air is said to be on the respiratory system as it obstructs the respiratory tract. The common symptoms of the impact of air pollution include vomiting, nausea, dizziness, and coughing." People with prolonged exposure to polluted air are vulnerable to bronchitis, asthma, suffocation and chronic obstruction airway.
Apart from that, the risks of developing cardiovascular problems also increase. The person also may develop skin infection and hair loss and in worse case suffer from lung cancer. The toxic compounds present in the polluted air scales up the risk of anemia and kidney damage".
Delhi: An AQI between 0-50 is considered good, 51-100 satisfactory, 101-200 moderate,201-300 poor,301-400 very poor and 401-500 severe above 500 falls in the severe-plus emergency category.
The pollution levels have risen to severe + category in the National capital. Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday called on the center to take immediate steps to improve the situation and said his government will support it.
The pollution levels have risen to the" severe-plus emergency" category in the national capital. At 12 pm, the air quality index (AQI) of Delhi was at 625, according to the data by the system of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR). At 9 am, the AQI stood at 410.
An AQI between 0-50 is considered good ,51-100 satisfactory ,101-200 moderate,201-300,poor ,301-400 very poor and 401-500 severe.Above 500 falls in the severe plus emergency category.