So what is potassium bromate? It is recognised as a category 2B carcinogen since 1999 which means it is believed to be "possibly carcinogenic to humans" by the International Agency for Research on Cancer.
Temperature crossing 44-45 degrees Celsius in May is not new for Delhi, but such spikes are usually seen in the second half of the month. This summer, however, the rise was seen from the first week. Here is the lowdown on the effect of such energy-sapping heat and how people are coping.
The facility, which is expected to be formally inaugurated by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, will provide treatment in super-specialty departments such as cardiology, cardiac surgery and critical care.
peaking to The Indian Express, Prof. Scott Ritchie from the James Cook University in Australia said fumigation does not work well, especially for the Aedes Aegypti mosquito which has a tendency to go indoors.
Friends and family members told The Indian Express that Tiwari was under severe stress due to an extortion case filed against her by the couple, who alleged that she had asked for a bribe to not publish the story.
The study found that average speeds decreased by 5 per cent in arterial road segments, 4 per cent in ring road segments, 3 per cent in commercial roads and by 1 per cent in inter-city roads during the first phase of the scheme between January 1 and 15.
In orders issued on March 30, the posts have been redesignated as Additional Regional Directors Health (ARDH) and have been restricted to only five - one in each of the five newly identified “regions” under the new model.