GoPlus: Top News of the Day
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- Hearing a petition filed by two law students, the Supreme Court has stayed the cutting of trees until the next hearing at the Mumbai's Aarey colony after over 2,000 trees were cut to set up a Metro car shed. Sidharth Pandey speaks to one of the petitioners, Rishabh Ranjan.
- Dr. Bhurelal, Chairman of the Environment Pollution Control Authority, has blamed Panipat industrial units for the deteriorating air quality in Delhi. In the meeting held in Panipat, he warned the officers that industrial waste should not be seen on his next visit.
- Congress leader Tariq Anwar blamed the Nitish-led Bihar Government for its failure to maintain proper drainage in the state's capital which has led to flood & then dengue epidemic and asked the state government to take responsibility.
- Dengue and Chikungunya take on an epidemic form in Bihar in the aftermath of rainfall and floods. Over 900 people have been tested positive for both diseases across the state.
- While the Congress has served a show-cause notice to it's 'star campaigner' MLA Aditi Singh for attending a special session of the UP Assembly, she has yet to reply. Ajay Jha on what stand the party is taking on this
- Credit rating agency CRISIL has hinted that India might lag behind its renewable energy target by 42%. Crisil has blamed the government for its poor policies, reversal of rules and reduction in tariffs.
- Nearly 20 million viewers ditch their DTH services due to soaring prices, according to the latest report of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI)
- Two big films were released this week. Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff's film 'War' and Joaquin Phoenix's 'Joker', both films have done well in the first five days.
- According to the Meteorological Department, only after Dussehra, the monsoon will completely retreat. It is expected that rain might play a spoiler during the Dussehra fun.
- On the last day of Navratra in Indore, visually-challenged girls perform Garba in the worship of the goddess. Around 150 girls formed small groups and did the Garba dance.