A 70-year-old man was killed by two unknown bike riders in Delhi on November 23. The man identified as Sardar Atma Singh was shot in front of his house while getting out of the car. The injured Sardar Atma Singh was taken to the nearby hospital where doctors declared him dead. The whole incident captured on the CCTV.
Ahead of 'Cyclone Nivar', a total of 22 teams are available on the ground and 8 teams are on the standby, informed SN Pradhan, Director General, National Disaster Response Force while addressing a press conference in Delhi on November 24. He said, "12 teams positioned in Tamil Nadu, 2 teams in Puducherry and 1 team in Karaikal. 3 teams positioned in Nellore and 1 team in Chittoor. 3 teams pre-positioned in Visakhapatnam. Total 22 teams are available on the ground and 8 teams are on standby. Total 30 teams committed." The coastal parts of Chennai are on alert ahead of 'Cyclone Nivar'.
Delhi's Environment Minister Gopal Rai on November 24 said that stubble burning in Haryana and Punjab over last 15 days played a major role in poisoning Delhi's air. "Stubble burning in Haryana and Punjab over last 15 days played a major role in poisoning Delhi's air and NASA images has confirmed this. Pusa Institute's experiment of spraying bio-decomposer on stubble has been very successful," said Environment Minister Rai.
Nashik’s Om Mahajan cycled from Kashmir to Kanyakumari in 8 days. Om covered a distance of 3,600 km on his bicycle in eight days, seven hours and 38 minutes. Om started his journey from Srinagar last week & finished on November 21. He set the record for the fastest bicycle journey across India. Om’s uncle, Mahendra Mahajan had held the record for the fastest bicycle ride from Srinagar to Kanyakumari which was recently broken by Indian Army's Lt Col Bharat Pannu. Om said that it was his dream to bring back the record home. Watch the full video for more details.
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Mega Traffic awareness camp was organised in Srinagar. The camp was organised by the administration under the Srinagar smart city Ltd. HODs from universities, Health officials and students participated in the event to learn traffic rules. The motive of organising the camp was to make coordination between all departments so that the traffic rules could be implemented in a better way. Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey of JandK High Court also interacted with participants and informed them about the rules and punishments related to traffic rules violation. This awareness camp will help administration in controlling the road accidents.
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