Ashni Dhaor is a correspondent with Hindustan Times. She covers crime, education, health, politics, civic issues and environment in Ghaziabad city. She graduated from Delhi University in 2015 and has since been working with Hindustan Times since.
A day after the Gautam Budh Nagar administration issued a 10-point advisory to tackle rising pollution, other departments too sprung into action to clear up the air on Monday. However, the day dawned with better visibility, a first since Diwali a week... read more
Thousands of devotees thronged the banks of river Hindon on Sunday evening to pay obeisance to the sun on the third day of the four-day festival. Residents celebrated Chhath puja in large numbers despite the high pollution and hazy weather condition... read more
As the cities remained engulfed in a thick blanket of smoke for the fifth consecutive day, schools issued an advisory for children to use face masks in the morning hours to protect themselves from pollution. read more
The traffic police have put in place a route diversion plan ahead of Chhath Puja celebrations in the city that start on November 4. According to the plan, the Hindon Barrage road will remain closed for commuters and will be used as a parking area for... read more
Even as the Delhi government banned the sale of Chinese crackers in the capital, no such directions were issued in Ghaziabad. However, some market associations have taken a stand against Chinese crackers. read more
A fire at a crackers’ factory in Farrukhnagar area of Sahibabad left one dead and one other critically injured on Friday. The incident occurred at around 8 am and the cause of the fire is still unknown. read more
The Indo-Tibetan Border Police will honour a seven-year-old horse and a three-year-old dog on Monday for their exceptional service. Horse Thunderstorm and dog Sofia will be honoured during ITBP’s 55th Raising Day Parade at their 39th battalion in Surajpur,... read more