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According to the TERI report, the amount of PM2.5, a major pollutant in the air of Delhi, is very high. This situation is especially pushing children towards respiratory and heart diseases. (file photo)

75.4% of children living in the national capital Delhi feel suffocated. This has been revealed in a study by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI). Scientists conducted a health survey of 413 children in the age group of 14-17 years in Delhi. It found that 75.4% complained of breathlessness, 24.2% complained of itchy eyes, 22.3% complained of regular sneezing or runny nose and 20.9% of children reported morning cough.

Today’s other big news…

Sensex 60600 and Nifty cross 18100
The domestic stock market is witnessing a great rally today amid mixed global cues. Sensex opened at 60,619 and Nifty opened at 18,097. Sensex and Nifty set new records during trading. Currently, Sensex is trading 320 points higher at 60,610 and Nifty is up 120 points at 18,120. The market is getting the support of auto shares. Auto index on NSE is trading with great momentum. In which Tata Motors shares are trading up 16% and Ashok Leyland shares are up 4%. Read full news here…

5 killed in firing on mob in Manipur
Five people were killed in a mob firing incident at B Gamnom village in Manipur’s Kangpokpi district on Tuesday. Inspector General of Police (IGP) Lunseh Kipgen gave this information. He said three bodies have been recovered, while two are still missing. Their search is on. Suspected Kuki militants retaliated by firing on the crowd gathered in the village. These people had gathered for the cremation of two terrorists who were gunned down by the security forces.

Rahul and Priyanka Gandhi visit photo exhibition on Bangladesh Liberation War

Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra visit a photo exhibition on the 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War at the AICC office on Wednesday. Party leaders Mallikarjun Kharge and KC Venugopal were also present during this. Congress official Twitter handle tweeted that Rahul and Priyanka took part in the unveiling of the photo exhibition organized at the All India Congress Headquarters on the occasion of 50 years of Bangladesh Liberation War. This photo exhibition will showcase the country’s military valor saga.

Anand Giri will have a lie detector test
In the death of Mahant Narendra Giri, who was the President of the Akhara Parishad, the CBI will get the lie detector of the accused Anand Giri, Aadhya Prasad Tiwari and Sandeep Tiwari. CBI has applied for this in CJM court. The hearing in the matter will be held on October 18. The counsel for the accused Sudhir Srivastava and Vijay Dwivedi will present the case. He told that he has got information about the application of CBI. He will meet Anand Giri. After that, he will present his side in the court.

Mob lynching in Haryana’s Mahendragarh

In Mahendragarh, Haryana, a video of a BSC student brutally showering sticks and sticks on Gaurav has surfaced. The student injured in the attack succumbed to his injuries during treatment. The reason for the massacre has come to light after a minor altercation during Devi Jagran. In this case, Mahendragarh police registered a case of murder against more than one and a half dozen people including 6 named. The police arrested one of the accused after the video of the vandalism of the attackers surfaced. The post-mortem report also stated that the cause of Gaurav’s death was brutal beating. The incident happened on October 9, but the video has now surfaced. Read full news here…

30 soldiers killed in clashes between army and protesters in Myanmar
On Tuesday, 30 soldiers were killed in clashes between the military and protesters in Myanmar. The encounter took place in Kani and Yinmabin townships in the Sagaing area bordering Northeast India. Around 1,000 protesting fighters used home-made hunting rifles. They targeted junta soldiers stationed in Tayew Kyin village near the Moniva-Kalayawa highway. Myanmar soldiers raided here in search of hidden weapons.

Terrorist Ashraf was involved in bomb blasts outside Delhi High Court

Terrorist Mohammad Ashraf arrested from Delhi has made many revelations during interrogation. Ashraf was involved in the bomb blasts in front of the Delhi High Court in 2011. During interrogation it was revealed that he had done recce of Delhi High Court several times. He went to Delhi High Court from East Delhi. Ashraf told during interrogation that he had also conducted recce of Delhi Police Headquarters and ISBT. According to the report, the terrorist also revealed that terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir had abducted several army personnel in front of him. He was murdered after being held hostage for some time.

School holidays canceled in Rajasthan
Taking a big decision, the Education Department of Rajasthan has ended the mid-term holiday around Diwali this time. There will be holidays fixed by the government on Diwali, but this time there will be no holidays of ten-fifteen days as mid-term holidays. Due to the closure of the school during the Corona period, the students have not studied. The department says that this decision has been taken to reduce the learning loss. Read full news here…

America will reopen its borders after 19 months in November

The US will reopen its borders to non-essential travel in November after a 19-month halt. However, only those travelers who have applied both doses of the corona vaccine will be allowed to enter the US. These new rules will be announced by the US administration today. Vehicle, rail and ferry travel between the US, Canada and Mexico has been restricted to essential activities such as business since the early days of the pandemic. Mexico and Canada have been pressurizing the US for months to ease travel restrictions. Due to the restrictions imposed during the epidemic, many people have become away from their families.

Massive fire breaks out at residential society in Kurla in Mumbai

A massive fire broke out at the Residential Society in Nehru Nagar, Kurla in Mumbai this morning. Around 20 motorcycles parked in the parking lot of the society were burnt. The fire was reported to the fire department. Firefighters have now brought the fire under control. Police officers are present on the spot. The reason for the fire is yet to be ascertained. The magnitude of the fire can be gauged from the fact that 16 fire tenders were pressed into service to douse it. Read full news here…

Former MLA sent train ticket to Chhattisgarh CM
Former BJP MLA Devji Bhai Patel has sent a train ticket to Rajasthan Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel. Along with this a letter has also been sent by the former MLA to the Chief Minister. It is written in it that Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel should go to Rajasthan, where a case of murder of a Dalit youth has come to the fore. Expressing condolences to the family, the Chief Minister should give a compensation of 50 lakhs there too. This political taunt of the BJP leader is because of the Congress government in Rajasthan. Read full news here…

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