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About 90% of the candidates appeared in the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) held on Sunday. That is, out of a total of 15.97 lakh candidates, about 14.37 lakh students took the exam. In Punjab, a total of 31 centers had examinations in which about 14,433 candidates were seated. Bathinda has the highest number of 4400, 2680 in Jalandhar, 2500 in Patiala, 2168 in Ludhiana, while 2685 students took the exam in Amritsar. Last year 92.9% of the candidates took the exam. The photo is outside an examination center in Jalandhar. Due to strict rules, the father had to remove the daughter's earrings outside the examination center.
Protocol stripped away
About 90% of the candidates appeared in the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) held on Sunday. However, in many of the 3843 centers across the country, the corona protocol was also dismantled. Centers were built in 32 government and private schools in Tricity. The photo is outside an examination center in Kolkata where the mother is blessing the candidate daughter before the exam.
The world's highest motorable pass ready to be mana pass
The picture is now near Mana, the world's highest motorable road. The Mana Pass at an elevation of 18,192 feet is on the China border in Chamoli Garhwal district of Uttarakhand. From this pass, there is also a main route to go to Mansarovar and the valley of Kailash. This construction has strengthened India's position in the China border. This is the only road in the world that is built from top to bottom. The first helicopter transported heavy rock cutting machines and other resources to the top pass and from there, by constructing a road, it was taken down to Mana village, 64 km below.
10 thousand cusecs of water released from Sant Sarovar
Gujarat received good rainfall this year. Due to this, most of the dams are filled. Recently, due to excess water, 10,000 cusecs of water was released from Sant Sarovar of Gandhinagar. This led to the confluence of the Sabarmati and Narmada rivers in Ahmedabad. The Sabarmati River passes through Ahmedabad. In this, water flows through the canal of Narmada Yojana throughout the year.
Nagda recorded 33.66 inches of rain
Due to rain in the upstream of Chambal, the water on Saturday at the Otale of Chamunda Mata temple of Nagda has not landed till Sunday. Earlier on August 22, water reached the summit of the temple after the Chambal boom. The city has received 33.66 inches of rain so far. The average rainfall scale is 36 inches. There is still 2.34 inches of rain.
Water suddenly rises in Karam river, three cars parked on culvert
A major accident was averted on Sunday in Jogibhadak, a tourist destination. Three cars of tourists parked on the culvert were washed away due to sudden rise in water in Karam river. One car fell into the ditch, while two were tied out by the villagers and taken out. Thankfully, no one was in the cars at the time of the accident. These cars are being reported to tourists from Indore. Tourists parked the car on the culvert and went for a walk.
Nursery started at its level
The village Karauli is located on Nizampur road, about 10 km from Panipat. This village has made a mark at the national and international level due to the volleyball game. For the past one month, to revive the sport in the village, the villagers have re-started the sports nursery at their own level, with 125 promising women currently training in yoga and other sports including volleyball.
Tree-man's team set up 9th Oxygen garden
On Sunday, Tree-man Devendra Sura, along with his team, prepared the 8th Oxygen garden in the district and 9th in the state on the five acres of land of Dada Ude Ala Gau Charan in Bali Kutubpur village of Sonepat district. Around 500 saplings were planted in it. Deputy Commissioner Deputy Commissioner Shyamlal Punia inaugurated the garden by planting a plant of big and peepal.
Hundreds of tourists reach Kaneri Dam
The dam is ready in 100 hectares at Kaneri in Ratlam district of Madhya Pradesh. Amid the infection, a large number of townsfolk arrived on the dam on Sunday to have fun. Over 3 thousand people reached the dam throughout the day. Families with young children were also involved in this. People have forgotten that the corona infection is spreading rapidly in the city and 30 people have died so far. Security arrangements were not seen here.