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Monsoon delayed in Delhi, temperature likely to touch 42 degrees Celsius in upcoming days

The India Meteorological Department (Met) said the city expected to witness a minimum of 28 to 29 degrees Celsius, which is almost as same as recorded on Wednesday by the Safdarjung weather station, which is considered the official weather marker for the city.

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Delhi is likely to witness a rise in daytime temperatures in the upcoming days. India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted that the city’s maximum temperature is expected increase by 3 to 4-degree Celsius, which will remain around 42 to 43 degrees Celsius.

The India Meteorological Department (Met) said the city expected to witness a minimum of 28 to 29 degrees Celsius, which is almost as same as recorded on Wednesday by the Safdarjung weather station, which is considered the official weather marker for the city.

IMD said the city is witnessing the highest temperature because of delay in monsoon, it said there is a chance that monsoon will will hit Delhi after June 27.

Meanwhile, Delhi’s air quality still in the moderate category on Thursday morning. Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) showed that the air quality index (AQI) at 7 am was recorded at 182, which comes under the moderate category. On Wednesday, the average AQI was recorded at 218, which falls under the poor category.

According to CPCB, AQI between zero to 50 comes under good category, 51 and 100 falls under satisfactory category, AQI 101 and 200 falls under moderate category, AQI 201 and 300 comes under poor category, 301 and 400  falls under very poor category and AQI 401 and 500 comes under severe category, which consider as dangerous for breathing.

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The Union ministry of earth science’s air quality monitoring center, System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (Safar) on Thursday said, Delhi’s AQI is likely to deteriorate and remain in the moderate category for the next few days. It said AQI likely to fall under the poor category for a short period of time.

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Bandi Parmeshwariji Charitable Trust appeals for donation of books, newspapers, toys

Old and discarded but still usable hardware like i-Pads, Tablets, Note-Books, Desktops, Laptops etc are welcome.

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Gopal Singh of the trust

The Bandi Parmeshwariji Trust in Bihar’s Nalanda district has appealed to citizens to donate books, newspapers, toys, clothes for the needy.

The Trust is coming up with several public welfare projects such as a library, distribution of food items, setting up a sanitary pad manufacturing unit. For the same, the Trust has urged the people to extend donations.

The Trust has been created and settled for the uplift of Murgawan village, Nalanda, Bihar. Its primary focus is on education, skill development initiatives towards entrepreneurship and poverty alleviation, dealing with impoverishment and malnutrition, hygiene and health with emphasis on women and children.

The Trust press release listed the projects underway:

  • Setting up a library-reading room at the village community centre for children, youth and the elderly. It needs comics, fables, pictorials and workbooks in Hindi and English for children; newspapers and magazines for the elderly and examination and personality development related books and journals for youth.
  • A free coffee/tea dispenser and RO water dispenser is also being provisioned to draw in people and re-introduce them to reading, interacting and socialising and thereby break the social, gender and caste divide.
  • Combating malnutrition by providing a food supplement which is a mixture of chana, wheat, groundnut, sesame and jaggery. People are being sensitised to prepare it at home. It is proposed to start production and packaging in sachets for single use through a semi-automatic unit to be managed by women.
  • Enabling women to set up a production unit for manufacture and distribution of sanitary pads and providing electrical or solar powered mini-incinerator for their disposal.

Among the items sought for are Tales of Panchatantra in Hindi and English, Chandamama, Phantom, Tarzan, Mandrake, Chacha Chaudhary, Champak, Tinkle etc would draw in the children; newspapers and magazines like Times of India, Hindustan Times, Jagran, Dainik Bhaskar, Aaj, India Today, Outlook etc in Hindi and English would cater to the young and elderly. Magazines like Competition Success Review, Manorama Year Book, Rapidex, English Speaking, Motivational Books etc would enable students to gain knowledge and acquire skills.

Old and discarded but still usable hardware like i-Pads, Tablets, Note-Books, Desktops, Laptops etc are welcome. Toys of all kinds in working condition are also welcome. Similarly, old/new comics, story books, subscriptions of newspapers and magazines are solicited.

HUDCO, which built the community hall long back, has undertaken to renovate and refurbish it at its own cost, saving the Trust substantial amounts in civil works.

Donors should donate the items by direct delivery to the Trust which has its office and area of operation at the village community hall. Subscriptions may be made in the name of the Trust and the items may be couriered to:

Ramesh Kumar, Office Incharge, Bandi Parmeshwariji Charitable Trust, Village and Post-Murgawan, Block-Ben, District-Nalanda, Bihar-803114, India. Mobile : +91-8409861762

Binod Narayan Singh is the Secretary of the Trust and he can be reached at +91-9431646032.

Please spread the word in your circles so that more people can donate.

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Kanpur policeman sleeping video divides Twitter | Watch

The video also shows two men entering to make the video of the incident, however, the police officer can be seen unphased as he kept on sleeping.

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Kanpur policeman sleeping on duty

A video has come to light from Uttar Pradesh’s Kanpur where a police officer can be seen sleeping on duty inside the Barra Police station. The video shows 2 people entering the police precinct and recording the sleeping police officer.


After the video went viral, many users came forward to remark on the incident while many supported the police officer for getting some shut-eye after the hectic work of a police officer. In the video, a police officer can be seen sitting and resting his head on the table as he continues to sleep.

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The video also shows two men entering to make the video of the incident, however, the police officer can be seen unphased as he kept on sleeping.

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After the video went viral, many user rushed in to add their takes on the incident as one user came forward and wrote and blasted the people who recorded the incident as the user stated that they should be ashamed of themselves for making such videos. They should have been compassionate and asked the reason for his untimely sleep during duty, suggesting that the officer must have had to work till late due to which he is now sleeping.

Another user added to the conversation and wrote that spend just a day in a policeman’s shoes and one will realise the tolling hours the police are made to work. The user also added at the end of the day the policeman is a human being, after all, implying that everyone gets tired and exhausted after a while.

One more also highlighted the hectic hours they are made to work and sometimes it also has to work 7 days a week. The user also added that taking a break at work shouldn’t be frowned upon, implying that it is important to also take time to rest in the office.

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Politics over Rahul Gandhi’s Mahakal darshan, BJP challenges him to recite Mahamrityunjaya Mantra

Furious with the objection, the Congress said that unlike BJP leaders, Rahul Gandhi is not going to conduct a photo session inside the temple.

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Rahul Gandhi, who is set out on Bharat Jodo Yatra, will visit Mahakal in Ujjain today. And now politics has intensified on Rahul Gandhi’s visit of Mahakal and BJP has challenged the Congress MP to recite the Mahamrityunjaya mantra after calling him an electoral Hindu.

But seems like the Congress Party is in no mood to take on any non-sense from anyone as they were quick to respond and hit back on BJP by saying that BJP is seeing its defeat in 2024 and Rahul’s padyatra (Bharat Jodo Yatra) has shaken the BJP.

Calling Rahul Gandhi as an electoral Hindu, the Bhartiya Janata Party said that he has reached the door of Mahakal on an electoral philosophy. BJP spokesperson Rajpal Singh Sisodia while reciting the Mahamrityunjaya mantra of Mahakal on camera said that if Rahul Gandhi is a true Shiv devotee, then he should recite the Mahamrityunjaya mantra of Mahakal.

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Furious with the objection of the BJP, the Congress said that like the BJP leaders, Rahul Gandhi is not going to conduct a photo session. He is a devotee of Mahakal and is going for darshan. They further said that BJP should not tell how Rahul Gandhi has to worship anyone. Congress spokesperson Mithun Ahirwar said that BJP is seeing its defeat in 2023, that is why Rahul Gandhi’s padyatra is making them agitated.

Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra entered Madhya Pradesh on 23 November after completing a journey of 2000 kilometers in South India. This yatra will now move through 14 assembly seats of 6 districts of Malwa Nimar via Burhanpur. There are 66 assembly seats in this entire region. In this, 22 seats are reserved for Scheduled Tribes and 9 seats for Scheduled Castes.

In Rahul Gandhi’s visit to MP, special attention has been given to the geographical conditions as well as the importance of Malwa-Nimar in the politics of the state. This area is also known as the nursery of the Sangh. Congress is trying to reach every section of the society in the state through this yatra.

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