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Is the air safe to breath- After Diwali In India

DW-INDIA.WAYU air purifiers on Delhi roads turn disposal bins into anti pollution . The scientist is trying to build technology by replacing many of these pilot project air purifying units in Delhi with ones, which, apart from promising almost double the efficiency in cleaning the air, will also be tamper-proof. Technology is taken advance by supporting by making purified air. More than 70 such WAYU machines were installed last year in the most polluted places like ITO, Anand Vihar, Wazirpur Chowk, Shadipur and Bhikaji Cama. Almost19 old machines have already been replaced by the new version. The government is taking huge steps to remove pollution with the help of wayu technology. India has been dealing with the problem of pollution for a long time, especially when it comes to the capital. Major parts of the capital recorded an Air Quality Index (AQI) of 999, beyond which reading is not possible, on the biggest festival of Hindus that is Diwali. The prescribed limit is 60. The biggest reason for a lot of pollution seen on this …

73rd Independence day of India

United we stand divided we fall Dw-India.It is a big day a day of freedom, a day when the country proved unity — independence day for India. August 15 is marked as a day of freedom in Indian history. After always trying the best for his country, the prime minister of India has something again significant for the nation. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver on Thursday his sixth speech straight on  Independence Day  after winning the elections back and is expected to  talk about all the significant issues, ranging from his government’s landmark decision on Jammu and Kashmir to the state of the economy. This is going to be an excellent speech for all citizens. 73rd Independence Day parade is going to take place, and as always it is going to be beautiful to look at.  It is also expected that this speech will include a lot about Article 370, where many things will be said and answered. Its a big day for the whole of India. Also, Narender Modi is going to take …

Finally AIIMS doctor call of their strike

The doctors are back on duty DW-India.AIIMs called All India Institute Of Medical Sciences is the most critical medical institute in India. It has been providing the most efficient health care to the people, and it is the most trusted institute. Today the news is about the happening that has been a vital move where the doctors are going on strike. Resident doctors of AIIMS left their strike and resumed work on on Sunday after Health Minister Harsh Vardhan as he said that their words on the bill would be addressed. The strike period was between 1st august to 3rd august. It was a tough time to let us see some statements that were made by the AIIM RDA to understand the story deeper and be transparent. Agitating doctors from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) have called off their strike. The health minister explained the objectives of bringing NMC bill 2019 at length and assured us that the apprehensions… will be duly addressed while drafting the regulations by the NMC once it …

Will monsoon change the game of the city?

Wether department has said that the rain level might go a little high at few places in mumbai DW-Mumbai. Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra has been walloped by monsoon this year, Districts like Thane and Palghar that are on the borders of Mumbai also have a similar forecast of ‘heavy to hefty rains’ at few places for Monday, adding that intensity of rains would come down from Tuesday onwards. Though it is not the first time that monsoon has been on peaks but the loss that is happening this year is also not less. The areas of Mumbai {Colaba and Santacruz}  have recorded 44.2 millimeters and 27.7 mm rainfall, respectively, in the 24 hours starting on Saturday 8.30 am. Mumbai and its suburbs have received rainfall over the normal average between June 1 and July 24. But as always the city never sleeps, the people still work, the local train that is called as the transport of Mumbai works still efficiently. That is the beauty of the city. Be it hot summer or rainy mornings. …

India: cosa accadrà dopo il ritorno di Narendra Modi

La clamorosa vittoria della coalizione del partito Bharatiya Janata (BJP) alle elezioni federali indiane rappresenta un punto chiave nella storia moderna dell’India. È stata la campagna elettorale più estesa e probabilmente più costosa della storia del paese, con 900 milioni di votanti in un milione di seggi per 38 giorni. Circa 83 milioni di indiani hanno votato per la prima volta, e 15 milioni di loro avevano un’età compresa tra i 18 e 19 anni.Il grande festival indiano della democrazia, come spesso vengono definite le elezioni, è visto come un’opportunità per far sentite al popolo indiano di avere voce in capitolo nella gestione del governo. Modi: il leader puritano e incorruttibile Si può dire che il ritorno di Narendra Modi come primo ministro, oggi è una sfida per il Paese. È da quattro decenni, dall’epoca del primo ministro Indira Gandhi, che non si assiste a delle elezioni così ‘presidenziali’, incentrate sulla personalità e sul curriculum del leader. Si può parlare di ‘fenomeno Modi’, in quanto durante queste elezioni i candidati del BJP hanno evocato il …

India, vota la democrazia più grande del mondo

Le elezioni parlamentari indiane, istituite per la votazione della “Lok Sabha” (Camera del popolo), ossia il rinnovo della camera bassa del Parlamento, iniziate l’11 aprile e previste in chiusura il 19 maggio, vedono principalmente al ballottaggio il ricandidato premier uscente Modi ed il politico Rahul Gandhi. Gli scrutini avverranno il 23 maggio, dando la garanzia della partecipazione di tutti i territori indiani e degli stati federali. Dalle elezioni del 2014, che videro un’affluenza di più di mezzo miliardo di elettori, l’imponente crescita demografica del paese, per questo nuovo richiamo alle urne, conterà sulla partecipazione di 900 milioni di aventi diritto (le forze dell’ordine hanno istituito persino un seggio elettorale all’interno jungla per permettere ad un santone eremita, Bharatdas Darshandas, di esprimere la propria preferenza). Adesione che definisce la situazione politica indiana come la democrazia più grande del mondo. La garanzia di una effettiva democrazia in India; una Repubblica Federale Parlamentare divisa in 27 stati federati ed in 7 territori indipendenti, con estensione geografica che la posiziona al settimo posto al mondo e al secondo in classifica …