Padmavati row: "This [ban] is happening in BJP-ruled states and all these activities are happening in view of Gujarat elections. It looks that polarisation politics is being done through this movie," Swami Agnivesh said.
It began as a giant swirl over Iraq, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia in the last week of October, grounding aircraft and halting the war against the IS — and was then propelled eastward by a set of peculiar atmospheric conditions, covering all towns and cities in its path by a choking, blinding haze.
Police officials on Saturday said they could not establish the role of Sonu, who according to his cousin Jagdeep Malik - the main accused - had killed the kids at Sonu’s behest. Sonu is the father of the three children.
A letter had also been sent by the UT Deputy Superintendent of Police, Crime, to all SDPOs earlier to issue directions to all Station House Officers to take action as per the Poison Act 1919 against those selling nicotine and nicotine products.
Chandigarh’s air is perceived to be clean as compared to other cities. Now hold your breath! The air is not so clean. In fact, pollution level has always been beyond permissible limits, shows the data of Chandigarh Pollution Control Committee.
According to data, the 24-hour Ambient Air Quality (AAQ) level at the UT’s Industrial Area monitoring station on Wednesday was 375, the worst ever recorded. The AAQ is measured from all the pollutants and gases in the air.
The Institute has already submitted a police complaint in the matter. Sources in the PGI told Chandigarh Newsline on Tuesday that a committee has been being formed to investigate the matter internally.
A report, prepared by Tata Memorial Centre (TMC), Mumbai, and PGIMER, in its population-based cancer registry (PCBR) for 2013-14 released on Friday, revealed that cancer cases and deaths were on the rise
According to the Punjab health department, there have been eight suspected dengue deaths in Mohali district out of the 22 suspected dengue deaths in the state. On Sunday, a woman from Mohali died of suspected dengue at a government hospital in Chandigarh.
Officials say the decision has been taken in view of safety issues and is part of “precaution” against fire. A circular issued recently by the PGI administration has also asked all heads of departments to implement the order strictly in their respective areas.