Daily Archive: July 16, 2017

प्रेम संबंध के शक में पति ने पत्नी का गला घो ंटकर मारा

राजधानी दिल्ली में हैवानियत दिखने को मिली | आपको बता दे की एक पति ने अवैध संबंध के शक में पत्नी को गला घोंटकर मार डाला। ताजा मामला कोटला मुबाकरपुर थाना क्षेत्र का है | दिल्ली के महिला का शव कमरे में बिस्तर पर पड़ा मिला। घटना के बाद आरोपी अपने दोनों बच्चों समीर और अरमान को लेकर भाग गया। पुलिस ने पोस्टमार्टम के लिए शव एम्स में रखवा दिया है। पुलिस के अनुसार तैयब (37) पत्नी शबनम (35) के साथ बाबू पार्क, कोटला मुबारकपुर में ब्रह्म सिंह के मकान नंबर-1646 में सबसे ऊपरी मंजिल पर रहता था। तैयब टेलर है। उसे शक था कि शबनम का किसी और से भी प्रेम संबंध है। मकान मालिक ने शबनम को बिस्तर पर अचेत देख घटना की सूचना पुलिस को दी। पुलिस मौके पर पहुंची तो पता चला कि महिला की मौत हो चुकी है। तैयब सऊदी अरब में नौकरी करता है। वह कुछ दिन पहले ही वहां से वापस आया था। तभी से दोनों में अक्सर झगड़ा होता था।

प्रेम संबंध के शक में पति ने पत्नी को गला घो ंटकर मारा

राजधानी दिल्ली में हैवानियत दिखने को मिली | आपको बता दे की एक पति ने अवैध संबंध के शक में पत्नी को गला घोंटकर मार डाला। ताजा मामला कोटला मुबाकरपुर थाना क्षेत्र का है | दिल्ली के महिला का शव कमरे में बिस्तर पर पड़ा मिला। घटना के बाद आरोपी अपने दोनों बच्चों समीर और अरमान को लेकर भाग गया। पुलिस ने पोस्टमार्टम के लिए शव एम्स में रखवा दिया है। पुलिस के अनुसार तैयब (37) पत्नी शबनम (35) के साथ बाबू पार्क, कोटला मुबारकपुर में ब्रह्म सिंह के मकान नंबर-1646 में सबसे ऊपरी मंजिल पर रहता था। तैयब टेलर है। उसे शक था कि शबनम का किसी और से भी प्रेम संबंध है। मकान मालिक ने शबनम को बिस्तर पर अचेत देख घटना की सूचना पुलिस को दी। पुलिस मौके पर पहुंची तो पता चला कि महिला की मौत हो चुकी है। तैयब सऊदी अरब में नौकरी करता है। वह कुछ दिन पहले ही वहां से वापस आया था। तभी से दोनों में अक्सर झगड़ा होता था।

शराब को लेकर दिल्ली सरकार की सख्ती , 25 से कम उम्र के लोगों नहीं दी जाएगी शराब

दिल्ली सरकार ने शराब को लेकर अपनी कमर कसनी शुरू कर दी है | आपको बता दे की दिल्ली सरकार पर रेस्तरां मालिकों का भारी दबाव है। दरअसल, दिल्ली में शराब पीने की उम्र 25 साल निर्धारित है। साथ ही आबकारी विभाग ने इस कानून का उल्लंघन करने वाले करीब एक दर्जन रेस्तरां और बार के खिलाफ कार्रवाई की है, जिसमें से 10 एफआइआर भी दर्ज की गई हैं। इसको लेकर रेस्तरां व बार संचालक सरकार के संपर्क में हैं। इस वित्तीय वर्ष के लिए अभी नई आबकारी नीति लागू नहीं हुई है। पिछले साल की नीति को विस्तार कर दिया गया है। वहीं, माना जा रहा है कि इस वर्ष के लिए 31 जुलाई तक नई आबकारी पॉलिसी लागू हो सकती है। रेस्तरां एवं बार संचालक इस प्रयास में हैं कि दिल्ली में भले ही शराब पीने की उम्र 18 साल न की जाए, मगर 21 साल तो होनी ही चाहिए।बता दें कि गत वर्ष की आबकारी नीति में शराब पीने की उम्र 25 साल से घटाकर 21 साल करने का प्रस्ताव शामिल किया गया था। मगर आप सरकार इस प्रस्ताव कुछ खास रुचि नही दिखाई थी।

Moto G5S Plus with dual-rear cameras leaked ahead of July 25 launch

Earlier this year, a leaked image of Lenovo’s presentation revealed that the company will be launching around half a dozen of smartphones this year. With the launch of Moto Z2 Play, Moto C, and Moto C Plus last month and now leaked image of Moto G5S Plus, the information seems to more legit than ever. In the latest leak, Moto G5S Plus has surfaced online in live images. As per previous reports, Moto G5S Plus with dual-rear camera setup is expected to launch on July 25 in New York.

Moto G5S Plus, as the name suggests will be a larger variant of the currently available Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus. According to SlashLeaks, the Moto G5S Plus smartphone boasts an increased display, anodized aluminum body and dual camera setup on the back with improved bokeh or the depth-of-field effect. Other expected feature on the Moto G5S Plus include a fingerprint scanner on the front and selfie camera with LED flash

UN agencies to help track global e-waste

 

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UN agencies are starting to work together to track and help deal with a soaring amount of electronic wastes worldwide, the International Telecommunication Union (ITS) said. As technologies change at great speed, and as access to and use of electrical and electronic equipment increases, the products’ life cycles have become shorter and many designs do not support repair or reuse. As a result, the amount of electronic waste, or e-waste, is growing rapidly, Xinhua news agency quoted the ITS as saying.

Most e-waste has not been properly documented or treated through appropriate recycling chains and methods. According to the UN Environment Programme, up to 50 million tonnes of electronic wastes are expected to be dumped in 2017, which sees a 20 percent increase from 2015. In light of the fact that responsible disposal of those devices remains a challenge for many countries, ITS, UN University, and the International Solid Waste Association have formed the Global e-Waste Statistics Partnership to improve and collect worldwide e-waste statistics.

#NDMC Smart City projects given timelines; Rs.1,240 cr worth works to begin in October

NDMC Smart City projects given timelines; Rs.1,240 cr worth works to begin in October

Command & Control Centre, Smart water and power grids, roads, parking, classrooms priority focus

HUA Ministry asks NDMC to lead by example in smart city making

Council asked to ensure all citizen services including bus schedules on Smart City 311 platform

NDMS seeks control over Central Vista for smart management

School enrollment and OPD registration increased after smart initiatives, says NDMC Chairman

New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has been asked by the Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs to ensure completion of smart city projects ahead of time so as to lead by example in smart city making across the country. Timelines for the same have been fixed at a two hour review of implementation of NDMC’s Smart City Plan taken by Shri Durga Shanker Mishra, Secretary (Housing & Urban Affairs) last evening. Shri Naresh Kumar, Chairman, NDMC and senior officials of the ministry and the Council attended the review.

Of the Rs.1,800 cr Smart City Plan of NDMC, work on a range of major impactful projects will begin in phases by October this year, for which tendering is in progress. These include setting up of a Unified Command and Control Centre, Smart water and power grids, multi-level parking at Khan Market, sensor based smart parking, public bike sharing, converting an additional 333 classrooms into smart ones, Sewage Treatment Plants, smart public hygiene centres etc.  Smart redesign of 13 roads totaling 31 kms including seven roads leading to Connaught Place will begin much earlier.

Implementation of projects worth another Rs.500 cr will begin by March next year. These include; India Investment Centre at Yashwant Place, Shivaji Terminal Transport Hub, World Class Skill Centre at Moti Bagh, Incubation Centre, Paryatan Bhawan etc.

Presenting the details of projects implemented so far,  Shri Naresh Kumar, Chairman of NDMC asserted that “NDMC has made a quiet smart beginning with smart solutions initiatives already yielding positive results. Student enrollment and OPD registration have shown good improvement further to converting 444 classrooms so far into smart ones and online registration in hospitals run by the Council. Mobile app Smart City 311 is finding wider traction with citizens availing various services online”.

Shri Mishra asked NDMC to include more services on 311 app like bus schedules and frequencies at all bus stops, information related to parking lots and availability of slots therein etc. He also directed the Council to ensure all residents of NDMC are brought on this platform besides promoting use of this app among the large floating population.

Shri Naresh Kumar assured that with most of  the projects getting into implementation mode by October this year and the remaining by March next year, all smart city projects will be completed before the scheduled timeline of 2020.

NDMC Chairman requested the Ministry of HUA to transfer ‘Central Vista’ to the Council for smart redesign and management and was told that it would be considered.

Voicing concern over sub-optimal utilization of multi-level car parking at Sarojini Nagar, Shri Durga Shanker Mishra asked the Council to come out with an enforcement plan for its full utilization at the earliest. NDMC has also been asked to pursue pedestrianisation of Connaught Place and Khan Market with appropriate action plans.

Appreciating the Council for the smart city projects implemented so far, Shri Mishra asked the Council to mount a special communication outreach plan for wider dissemination of information about the benefits of these initiatives among the people. He further stressed that benefits of Unified Command and Control Centre, smart water and power grids etc., that result in effective resource management need to be informed to the public for informed participation.

Informing that NDMC has already commissioned 3.30 MW of solar power by installing solar panels on roof tops of buildings, Shri Naresh Kumar suggested to the Ministry to consider allowing NDMC to install solar panels on central government office buildings either free or on nominal charges.

Shri D.S.Mishra also asked the Council to convert major parks into smart ones since the same  could be done with minimal investments for better feel and experience.

Negative effects of air conditioners on your health

Negative effects of air conditioners on your health.We stay in air conditioned offices all day and we stay in well air-conditioned rooms all night. The perpetual staying inside such cold temperatures may be relieving you of your sweat-fits but is sure not healthy. Air conditioners may not be the best option for your health when it comes to cooling off.

Illness and constant fatigue-Shivering at your office desk in mid-July? That might be the reason you are so tired. Research shows that people who work in over air-conditioned environments may experience chronic headaches and fatigue. Those who work in buildings which are constantly being pumped full of cool air may also experience constant mucous membrane irritation and breathing difficulties. This leaves you more vulnerable to contracting colds, flu’s and other illnesses.

No cross-ventilation and lack of fresh air: When our rooms are air conditioned, we shut the doors so that the air inside remains cool. We close the windows and every possible source of air to restrict fresh air from outside because we don’t want the room to get warmer below our liking.

Pull out moisture from your skin-AC pulls out all the moisture from your surroundings, it can also pull out good moisture from your skin , leaving it flaky and stretched. As a result of lack of moisture, your skin also begins to lose its elasticity, becoming prone to creases and wrinkles.

This, in turn, fastens ageing. It also makes the skin prone to other skin disorders.

Inability to deal with heat- Those who spent a lot of time in an air conditioned environment become increasingly more intolerant of hot summer temperatures. This is mainly caused by the stress on your body from moving from a cool environment to the sweltering outdoor air.

This intolerance of the heat has lead to an increase heat related deaths during heat waves, which now averages at 400 deaths each summer.

Breathing problems-Though your car’s AC may be a saving grace while stuck in traffic on a hot day they are the worst offenders for circulating germs and micro-organisms that cause breathing problems. Researchers at Louisiana State Medical Center found eight types of mould living inside 22 out of 25 cars tested. Air conditioners are also known to circulate air-borne diseases such as Legionairre’s Disease, a potentially fatal infectious disease that produces high fever and pneumonia.