- 3 lakh such vehicles will be removed from the roads of Delhi on the new year, even your car is not in this list
- Growing Religiousization of Indian Politics
- When will the bill to increase the age of girls for marriage be introduced in the Lok Sabha, the government told
- Development of Kashi is a model for the country, construction of flyover will not end the problem of traffic: PM Narendra Modi
- ‘Squid Game’ changed the life of this Indian actor
3 lakh such vehicles will be removed from the roads of Delhi on the new year, even your car is not in this list
If you live in Delhi and your car is diesel, then this news is important for you. The Delhi government has decided to terminate the registration of those diesel vehicles from January 1, whose 10 years have been completed or else this period will be completed on January 1, 2022. According to the order of the National Green Tribunal, this decision is being taken by the Delhi government. According to the order issued by the Transport Department this week, NOC will be issued to the owners of these vehicles so that they can get them deregistered at any other place. However, this NOC will not be for those vehicles which have completed 15 years.
On October 29, 2018, the Supreme Court had ordered a ban on 15-year-old petrol vehicles and 10-year-old diesel vehicles in Delhi. Earlier in 2014, the NGT had ordered that vehicles older than 15 years should not be allowed even for parking at public places. A Delhi government official said, “We are taking action against old diesel vehicles. So far, the registration of about 1 lakh such vehicles has ended. Now the registration of all such vehicles will be terminated strictly from January 1, 2022. Till now 1 lakh have been banned and at present there are 2 lakh more such vehicles, which are at least 10 years old.
3 lakh such vehicles will be removed from the roads of Delhi
This means that 3 lakh diesel vehicles will be banned from plying on the roads of Delhi from the new year. The official said that people have been informed about this by issuing frequent notices from the Transport Department. He said, “As per the instructions of the department, 15 years old diesel vehicles and 10 years old petrol vehicles will not be able to ply in Delhi. This order has been issued under the scrapping policy. According to officials, the number of overage vehicles in Delhi is close to 38 lakh. Of these, 3 lakh are diesel vehicles which are more than 10 years old.
NGT had ordered strict enforcement of rules in 2016
The National Green Tribunal had in July 2016 ordered de-registration of 10-year-old diesel vehicles and said it should be strictly enforced. It was said in that order that first 15 years old vehicles should be banned and then 10 years old vehicles can be banned.
The Transport Department also gave this option to the vehicle owners.
The Transport Department has also given some relief to the vehicle owners. Under this, if 10 old diesel vehicles and 15 years old petrol vehicles are converted into electric vehicles, then they will be allowed to drive. However, electric kits in these vehicles will be allowed to the vehicle owners only from the agencies approved by the Transport Department.
Growing Religiousization of Indian Politics
The religiousization of Indian politics is increasing. Every big party and its leaders are seen asking for votes on the basis of religion only, as if all the problems of the country have been resolved. Whether it is the ruling party or the opposition, religion is being talked about in Indian politics. The Prime Minister is being shown worshiping on TV all over the country and those challenging him are trying to portray themselves as a bigger savior than him. Rahul Gandhi is trying to give proof of his being a Hindu by screaming. Akhilesh Yadav is trying to tie his head to the idea of Kashi corridor. On the other hand, Mamata Banerjee, who was trying to become the biggest face of the opposition in the next Lok Sabha elections, has buried the entire existence of the party with the peg of religion by telling her party TMC to mean “Temple, Mosque, Church”.
Just remember, looking at the declared priorities of the major political parties of the country, it does not seem that any other subject is necessary for the public interest in the country. This is the same country which is still very backward on most parameters of development. More than 20 percent of the population here is still illiterate. More than 25 percent of the population is below the poverty line. The gap between the rich and the poor is only getting widened. This is the same country that has just emerged from such a wave of epidemics that had turned the whole country into a huge cremation ground. There is hardly any person whose family, relatives, friends or acquaintances have not even touched the house of death.
Have people so quickly forgotten that tragedy, carrying on their hearts the burden of regret for the death of their loved ones and not being able to see them till their last sight? What is the priority, those in power would like people to forget all this. He would also like the people to forget that the direction in which the country’s economy is going is a different tragedy. The economy, which is already losing its pace of growth, has collapsed in these two years of the pandemic. For the first time in history, the economy is shrinking instead of growing. Rich families can bear this shock but for the poor and middle class there are alarm bells. In recent decades, the millions of people who were able to slowly come out of poverty have gone back into the grip of poverty. Such inflation has not been seen in the last at least 12 years.
The unemployment rate has broken the 45-year record. If we look beyond the political spectacles, then we will understand in what condition the country is at this time. At this time the country needs a politics that tells how crores of people will get employment, how will the stove be lit in homes, how will children reach schools, how will the number of beds in hospitals, doctors and hospitals increase? How to overcome the shortage of such a basic thing as oxygen? Such questions necessary for existence are standing before us. In such a situation, should the biggest concern be that which temple will be built, where and when? Whom the public wants to choose can be told in the elections, but the political parties have a chance to show their priorities before the elections. Right now it seems that she has set her priorities. And at present there is no place for efforts to improve the lives of common people.
When will the bill to increase the age of girls for marriage be introduced in the Lok Sabha, the government told
The government on Friday announced in the Rajya Sabha that a bill to raise the minimum legal age of marriage for girls from 18 years to 21 years at par with men would be discussed in the Upper House if it is passed after being introduced in the Lok Sabha next week. and will be kept for passage. The announcement was made by V Muraleedharan, Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs in the Upper House, while giving information about the government business to be held in the Rajya Sabha next week.
The Union Cabinet had given approval
He said that after the Child Marriage (Prevention) Amendment Bill is introduced and passed in the Lok Sabha, it will be placed in the Upper House for discussion and passing. Earlier, the Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday approved amendments to the Child Marriage (Prevention) Act, 2006. Under this amendment, there is a provision to increase the minimum legal age of marriage for girls from 18 years to 21 years at par with men.
What is the current provision
Under the existing legal provision, the minimum age for marriage is 21 years for boys and 18 years for girls. Muraleedharan told the Upper House that there is a proposal to pass various bills including the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Amendment Bill in the Upper House next week after discussion and return the Supplementary Demands for Grants to the Lok Sabha after discussion. It is noteworthy that the current winter session of Parliament is scheduled to last till December 23 and now a total of four sittings are left.
Development of Kashi is a model for the country, construction of flyover will not end the problem of traffic: PM Narendra Modi
The development of Kashi can be a roadmap for the entire country. The way development work has been done in Varanasi has set an example of how local skills and products can be given an identity. PM Narendra Modi said this while addressing the All India Mayors Conference. PM Narendra Modi said that I thank the Ministry of Urban Development for choosing Varanasi for such wonderful development works. He said that most of our cities are traditional and keeping that in mind cities should be developed. We can understand from these places how local skills and products can be made the identity of the city.
Along with this, PM Modi also suggested to deal with the problem of traffic in the cities. He said that increasing the number of flyovers in cities is not a permanent solution to the traffic problem. Public transport is the only way of easy transport, it will have to be promoted. He said that innovative measures should be taken for branding any famous item of your city. So that that item can be delivered to the country and the world. This small initiative can become a means of economic progress. PM Modi said that it is necessary to involve people for the development of cities. “The higher the participation of the people, the better it will be for the cities,” he said.
During this, PM Narendra Modi also appealed to the people to use LED bulbs. He said that this will improve the lighting and the bill will also come down. PM Narendra Modi told the mayors, ‘You people should decide that there should be bulbs in every street of your city. This will also reduce the bill and the lighting system in the cities will also be better. Not only this, he said that for more employment, it is necessary that micro and small industries should be strengthened and a better environment should be created for them.
‘Squid Game’ changed the life of this Indian actor
The life of Anupam Tripathi, who played a character in Netflix’s famous series Squid Game, has changed. Tripathi’s big dream, who has been living in South Korea for 11 years, has been fulfilled. Anupam Tripathi says that his grandfather once saw his hand and said that one day he would earn a lot of money. Tripathi jokingly asks, “Where’s my money?” Tripathi, 33, never believed his grandfather’s prediction. Indian actor Anupam Tripathi moved to South Korea about a decade ago, where he did small stints in theater and films. ‘ Squid Games is a world famous TV series which has been Netflix’s most successful series. In that series Tripathi played the role of Ali Abdul, a Pakistani citizen who changed his life as an artist. Now he Taking acting very seriously. In Zindagi Badal Gayi Squid Game, Abdul has played the role of the number 199 player, who is an innocent and emotional person. This role has suddenly made Tripathi famous all over the world. He was also named ‘Breakthrough Entertainer of the Year’ by the Associated Press. The effect of the success of this series has been such that Anupam Tripathi now has more than 4 million followers on Instagram.
He has started appearing frequently on Korean TV. His brother wanted a screening of the squid game in his village in India, which he politely declined. He says, “Everyone wants to celebrate this occasion. For me, I just want to do my job and move forward. This is how I lived in Korea for the last 11 years. Worked and started looking for the next job. ” Born and brought up in Delhi, Anupam Tripathi chose South Korea to study acting.He was enrolled on a prestigious scholarship from Korea National University of Arts.Since 2006 he was working as an actor but most of his work in theater I stayed in. Even though he was scrambling to do something big, he says, “I was very focused. It was my dream to learn acting professionally.” The beginning was difficult but it was not so easy to fulfill this dream in South Korea.
He says that it was realized after reaching South Korea. He says, “I was crying. There were only two things, crying and learning. For the last three-and-a-half months, I was doing the same thing.” When he stopped missing home, his closeness with his classmates grew. After graduation, he also did what unscrupulous actors often do, i.e. work in a restaurant while looking for a job. Work as time passed He grew up. He started getting work in theater and films. He says, “I started doing better in Korean language. Now I can work in Korean, English and Hindi.” So when Ali’s character came his way, he was ready. But after getting the job, his mood changed completely. Tripathi says, “Before that I had done only a few lines in every film. I was very excited but also very nervous.
It was such a big deal, how would I do it!” It was right. This role and this opportunity was big in many ways. He also had to make changes in his body, which was a demand of the makers of the squid game. And there are dreams too, when the shooting started, he made some new friends. Especially Park Hae-soo, who played the number 228 player. That is, the person who betrays Ali. Regarding this friendship, Tripathi says, “We can talk about everything, share everything and talk all the time. It was the same in the show. We had to trust each other, until Ali doesn’t realize that Sang-woo is cheating on him.” It is not yet known whether Tripathi will be kept in the show if the second season comes or not. Ali was not shown dying but his body was in a coffin. But Tripathi is moving forward. He has a lot to complete. To have many more dreams like Martin Scorsese, To work with James Cameron and Terence Malick.