The sale of Chinese goods has gone down in Chandigarh after customers have started demanding Indian products from the shopkeepers. One of the shopkeeper said, "People are not buying Chinese products now. We are also planning not to sell Chinese items once our existing stock is sold." It happened after Galwan Valley clash between India and China which claimed lives of 20 soldiers.
Youth Congress workers staged protest in a unique way against fuel price hike in Chandigarh. Party workers tied a car with rope and dragged it on the roads of the city. They shouted slogans demanding the central government to take steps against rising prices of petrol and diesel. Later, police came and detained the protestors. A Youth Congress worker said, "When in 2013-14, rate of diesel and petrol were between Rs. 45- 50, then for BJP Inflation was 'dayan' but now when rates are shooting up to Rs. 80, inflation is 'darling' for them."
Chandigarh Director General of Police (DGP) Sanjay Baniwal was felicitated by Muslim clerics for his work amid coronavirus pandemic. The felicitation programme took place in city's Sector 45 on June 12. Chandigarh SSP Nilambari Jagadale was also felicitated by clerics. Burail area mosque management awarded them for their continuous efforts amid COVID-19 outbreak.
Lockdown restrictions have been eased in Chandigarh after unlock 01. Barber shops and salons reopened in the Union Territory following permission from the administration. The government had issued an advisory that salons will not function in the containment zones. Speaking to ANI, one salon owner said that salon services can only be availed only after booking. "At our shop, the services can be availed after bookings only. Every instrument is sanitized after each haircut and shave".
Monsoon has knocked over most of the states of the country. Parts of Hyderabad received pleasant rain on June 29. Rains also lashed Uttarakhand's Dehradun. India Meteorological Department has predicted "rain or thunderstorm or duststorm" in the city today. Patna also witnessed monsoon rains which dipped the temperature of city. Meanwhile, Bihar continued to reel under heavy rainfall which has created waterlogging in several parts. West Bengal's Asansol witnessed waterlogged roads after heavy rainfall in the city.
Director of IMD Bhubaneswar, HR Biswas, on July 12 said that Southwest Monsoon has advanced into most of the districts across the state. In the last 24 hours, most places in Odisha have received light to moderate rainfall, he added.Meanwhile, Rain lashed several parts of Bhubaneswar on June 12.
Odisha's capital Bhubaneswar received rainfall on June 8. Cloudy weather is expected to continue in the city this week. Spells of rain are expected, according to India Meteorological Department. Temperature will hover between 26 degrees and 34 degrees Celsius.
The national capital of the country on June 29 witnessed sudden weather change. Strong winds brought grey clouds with it which covered the sky. Clouds then poured down rain and dipped the temperature..