PM Modi to inaugurate projects under 'Namami Gange'
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate six major projects in Uttarakhand today through a video conference under the 'Namami Gange' mission. The Prime Minister's Office said on Monday that the projects include construction of 68 MLD 'sewage treatment plants' at Jagjitpur in Haridwar, upgradation of existing 27 MLD sewage treatment plants and 18 MLD water sewage treatment plants at Sarai in Haridwar. He will also inaugurate 'Ganga Darshan', the first museum on Ganga which will showcase the culture, biodiversity and rejuvenation activities associated with the river. The museum is located on the Chandi Ghat in Haridwar.
AIIMS submits its report to CBI, big secrets may open
The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) has submitted its report to the CBI in the film actor Sushant Singh Rajput case. Now the investigating agency has started analyzing this report and it can soon be concluded that whether Sushant was killed or he committed suicide. The CBI will take a final decision after analyzing the evidence.
Army expresses concern over the aging Cheetah / Chetak choppers
The Army, Air Force and Navy major currently comprise 187 Chetak and 205 Cheetah helicopters. The army has been using these helicopters at high altitude sites like the Siachen Glacier. However, they have expressed concern over the aging of these choppers. The 'total technical life' of these light utility choppers will begin ending from 2023 onwards.
Mumbai's MLA hostel receives bomb threat call, Security beefed up
Police rushed to the MLA hostel in Mumbai after an anonymous call said that a bomb was placed inside. The hostel was evacuated as soon as information was received. Bomb not found in hostel during intensive search
Building under construction in Vadodara collapses, 3 killed
Three people were killed when an under-construction building collapsed in Vadodara, Gujarat. The incident took place on Monday night in Bhawanipur area. Relief and rescue operations are being conducted at the scene. It is being told that it is the laborers who have lost their lives.
Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) defeated Mumbai Indians (MI) in a very exciting match on Monday. RCB defeated Mumbai in a super over in this match played at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. This is RCB's second win in the current season and Mumbai's second defeat. RCB, after being invited to bat first, lost three wickets and scored a mammoth score of 201 runs. Ishan Kishan's magnificent 99 went in vain as he failed to take MI home.
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