Daily Archive: November 5, 2018

दक्षिणी दिल्ली नगर निगम के सफाई कर्मचारी होंगे परमानेंट , स्थायी समिति ने दिए निर्देश

दीवाली के मौके पर दिल्ली के सफाई कर्मचारियों को खुशखबरी मिलने वाली है । जी हाँ आपको बता दे कि दक्षिणी नगर निगम में कार्यरत 100 सफाई कर्मचारियों को इस माह पक्का कर दिया जाएगा। अधिकारियों का कहना है कि पहले चरण में सबसे वरिष्ठ सफाई कर्मचारियों को पक्का किया जा रहा है, इसको लेकर प्रक्रिया शुरू कर दी गई है। वहीं शेष कर्मचारियों को अगामी दो से 3 माह के अंदर पक्का कर दिया जाएगा।

स्थायी समिति अध्यक्षा शीखा राय ने सख्त निर्देश देते हुए कहा कि अगर कोई अधिकारी कर्मचारियों को पक्का करने में कोताही बरतेगा तो उसपर कार्रवाई की जाएगी।

गौरतलब है कि, राजधानी दिल्ली में आए दिन सफाई कर्मचारी पक्के करने, कैशलेस हेल्थ कार्ड और वेतन की मांग को लेकर धरना प्रदर्शन करते रहते हैं, हालांकि दक्षिणी नगर निगम में कार्यरत सफाई कर्मचारियों को वेतन की समस्या नहीं रहती है। इस निगम की माली हालात सही होने के कारण सफाई कर्मचारियों को नियमित वेतन मिलता रहता है।

#Delhi’s Mandir Marg at 707, Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium at 676 & Jawaharlal Nehru stadium at 681 under ‘Hazardous’ category in Air Quality Index

‘s Mandir Marg at 707, Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium at 676 & Jawaharlal Nehru stadium at 681 under ‘Hazardous’ category in Air Quality Index

Petrol, Diesel Price in India Today (5 November 2018)

Petrol prices were revised daily in India with effect from June 15, 2017. This was a marked departure from the earlier practice of revising petrol prices every fortnight. Today’s Petrol Price in Indian Metro Cities & State Capitals.

Diesel Price In India

In India with effective from June 15, 2017, Diesel prices are to be revised daily. Earlier, Diesel prices used to change every two weeks. Day by day Diesel costs revision is an excellent move to take for various reasons. The first and the most significant about the change in Diesel price is that it enables you to effectively understand the alterations in day by day diesel price in India. At the point when Diesel price is modified or changed every two weeks, there will be a big difference in the price, which puts the big burden on the customer.

Today’s Diesel Price in Indian Metro Cities & State Capitals

Maneka slams Maharashtra government, calls tigress killing crime

New Delhi: Union Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi on Sunday, November 4, while hitting out at Maharashtra Environment and Forests minister over the killing of the “maneater” tigress Avni said it was a ‘straight case of crime’.

“It is nothing but a straight case of crime. Despite requests from his own forest department and people, Sudhir Mugantiwar gave orders for the killing. This is the third tiger being killed on his directions,” Gandhi said in a statement.

Avni was a five-year-old tigress identified as “T1” who had caused a widespread fear in Maharashtra’s Vidarbha forests. She was shot dead early on Saturday near Borati village in Yavatmal district.

Maneka further stated that Mugantiwar earlier had directed for killing a dozen of leopards and 300 wild boars.

“I am shocked that such a person is continuing to hold a ministerial position. Every time he has used the Hyderabad shooter, Shafat Ali Khan and this time his son has also appeared on the scene illegally to kill the tigress. His son was not authorized to kill. This is patently illegal,” she added.

Maneka also said that she will be taking up the matter to Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis seeking strong action.

“We cannot allow this kind of insensitive and merciless attitude towards animals to prevail. I am going to take up this issue legally, criminally as well as politically,” she added.

Avni died after three months of a massive hunt undertaken with the help of trap cameras, drones, trained sniffer dogs along with a team of forest department officials and spotters.

As per the Supreme Court directives, forest department officials were required to first tranquillize and trap her, but in Saturday’s operation, she allegedly attacked the stalking team which shot her.

Leopard entered Secretariat premises in Gujarat’s Gandhinagar, early morning today. Forest department officials are currently conducting a search operation to locate the feline

Leopard entered Secretariat premises in Gujarat’s Gandhinagar, early morning today. Forest department officials are currently conducting a search operation to locate the feline