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- The Family Went To Surat With A Two Month Ration; Birthday of Mother Mary Today, Sermons Will Be Online; Metro Service Started in Delhi After 169 Days
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It is the family of Dinesh Kumar Patel, living in Sidhi district of Madhya Pradesh. Dinesh used to drive a loading auto in Surat. The business came to a standstill during the lockdown, and in May, the loading auto and family came straight from Surat. However, neither transportation work nor other employment was found here. Dinesh says – Subscription was fixed in Surat. Due to contact with big traders, he used to earn 2 to 3 thousand rupees daily. For this reason, now they have left for Surat with family for forced employment. It will take one or two months to freeze again. For this reason, I am carrying a ration of 2 months.
Vehicles were jammed all over the city
Roads became ponds in Faridabad on Monday due to two hours of rain. This led to a jam situation in the entire city. The drivers faced heavy trouble. The special thing is that all the major roads in the city, from the National Highway, became waterlogged. The highway struggled with traffic jam for hours. The weather has been changing in the city since two days. There was strong sunshine on Monday morning but suddenly the weather changed after noon. Then it stopped raining intermittently. The photo is of the Old Railway Under Pass.
Online pious mass will be preached in Nandanagar and Red Church
The birth anniversary of Mother Mary will be celebrated on Tuesday throughout the country including Indore. The main event in Indore will be held at Sant Joseph Church in Nandanagar. The church complex is decorated with attractive lights to celebrate the birth anniversary. However, devotees will not enter the church. There will be online discourses. The main petitioner will be Father Simon Raj. The Pujan Vidhi will start at 6.30 pm, which will be broadcast online.
Statues will be installed in more than 800 places
After getting permission from the government to celebrate Durga Utsav in Bhopal, sculptors have stepped up the work of making statues. Orders have also been placed to make statues by celebration committees. Most committees have booked orders for statues ranging from five to 7 feet in height. Statues are being built at more than 20 places in the city. Statues are installed at more than 800 places in the city.
Passengers are happy about metro service
New Delhi Metro, which has been closed since March 22 in lockdown due to corona infection, on Monday, 169 days later at 7 am, took off from the Huda City Center for Yellow Line Samaypur Badli. The Metro, which has been closed since 22 March, is being started in 3 phases. The first Yellow Line has been started from Monday. According to Metro officials, gradually other lines will also be fully opened by September 12. The metro will run till 11 am and between 4 to 8 pm in the evening.
The farmer pulled the bullock cart from the tractor and took it
The scene was shown on Monday in Kishanpuri on the excellent road of Jhabua in Madhya Pradesh. The farmer was pulling the bullock cart for his farm and pulling it from the tractor. It felt like the bull was replaced by a tractor and it became a tractor car. City photographer Krishna Pareek made this photo available to us.
2 days mercury rolled 3 degrees after reaching 35 degrees
The city recorded the highest temperature of 35.4 degrees Celsius on Friday and Sunday after June 2 in Surat. On Monday, the maximum temperature came down by 3 degrees, but the heat remained the same as in the previous two days, with sunshine and humidity. According to the Meteorological Department, the maximum temperature of the city on Monday was 32.6 degrees, the minimum temperature was 27.6 degrees. Humidity in the air was 74 percent. 6 days later on Monday, the city received 0.6 inches, while Umarpada in the district received 2 inches of rain in two hours.
People suffering from recession
This time due to Corona, the holy lake of Manimahesh in Himachal Pradesh, Gaurikund is deserted. Due to the absence of passengers, the people here have to bear the brunt of the recession. A few tents have been set up on the banks of the lake, and those travelers who are reaching there are stopping at night. But there is no place to stop anywhere on the way. On the banks of the holy lake, some people have tried to provide accommodation facilities by putting up tents. That is why some sequence of visitors has started.