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DJB can treat ammonia levels up to 0.9 ppm. HT archive

‘Pollution in Yamuna hitting water supply’: Delhi Jal Board

Pollution levels in the Yamuna were brought under control and regular water supply operations were restored across the city on Friday evening, the Delhi Jal Board said, a day after the ammonia concentration in the river jumped to more than five times the treatable limit. The state water utility has the capacity to treat ammonia levels up to 0.9 parts per million (ppm).

More pelican signals will also be installed at crossings for safer movement of both pedestrians and vehicular traffic. (G20 India)

Elaborate traffic arrangements in place ahead of G-20 Summit

Delhi traffic police has decided to launch a parking alert mechanism incorporated with the existing Intelligent Traffic Management System (ITMS) in the warm-up of the G-20 Summit, scheduled to take place on September 9 and 10 in the national Capital. ?Besides mapping the VVIP movement, we have also zeroed in the vulnerable spots, including hotels, parks and other places. These spots will be under a round-the-clock security cover,? he said.

The Foundation also said that the Adiyogi statue, which was inaugurated on January 15, is located 31 km away from Nandi Hills.

Isha foundation rejects reports on receiving funds from Karnataka for project

Isha Foundation on Monday clarified that it has not received any funds or land from the Karnataka government for its project in Chikkaballapura district. It condemned the false information being spread regarding the 100 crore budget allocated by the Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai headed government towards state ecological activities with emphasis on soil conservation to the forest department. ALSO READ 112-foot tall Adi Yogi statue unveiled in Karnataka.

The court has directed the Sector-34 SHO to register an FIR and submit a compliance report by February 28. (iStock Photo)

Diploma instead of degree: Chandigarh court says no FIR after parties compromise

A local court has directed the police to lodge an FIR against a Sector-34 institute for duping a student of 2.9 lakh by issuing a diploma instead of the promised degree. The order came on the plea of a resident of Patiala, Shivam Malhotra, who had approached OXL Enterprises, Sector 34, in 2012 for a degree in animation and multimedia through their OXL School of Multimedia.

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