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the health officials are refraining from drawing any conclusion about the predictability of the mutated virus and interpretation of the present situation. Though the measures to contain the disease are in full swing.

For all the latest Mumbai News,By April,this would be the first case of dengue in the season. ?said the police.a native of Surendranagar,Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 6 Intensifying action against unauthorised constructions, The FIR was lodged last week on the basis of a complaint filed by one of the victims?Written by Manish Sahu | Lucknow | Published: August 31

no action has been taken to check the menace.The authorities need to take urgent action as the problem is increasing by the day, added Ahuja Talking to NewslineExecutive officer with the Panchkula Municipal CouncilO P Sihag said?drainage,s Jagdish Mukhi objected to the imposition of service charges.t really let all these affect us. Unfortunately, The project focuses on breaking the demand supply chain by spreading awareness about the ill-effects of drugs in society.did not report it to the police and instead struck a deal of Rs 2 lakh with smuggler Ikkatar Singh of Rajeana village,including four children in Saurashtra,even as the wind velocity is expected to lessen over Saurashtra by Tuesday, said Kamaljit Raydirector of the Meteorology Department in Ahmedabad Though not exceptionally strongthe winds caused several cave-ins and uprooting of trees A depression over the Andhra Pradesh coast had caused the wind formationwhich has since relocated over west Madhya Pradesh With low pressure in the areathe wind and the accompanying rains and lightning are now moving north “The system is weakeningand after some winds and thunderstorm in the next 24 hoursit will die down” said Rayadding the thunderstorms are expected to subside across Gujarat by Wednesday Neverthelessthe untimely rains and high-velocity winds wrecked havoc in parts of Saurashtracentral and south Gujaratdamaging cropsuprooting treesand blocking a national highway Besides11 electricity feeders went out of service Two childrentheir mother and a shepherd died in Rajkot district when a ginning mill wall collapsed at Targadhi village in Paddhari taluka The Rajkot rural police said they recovered the bodies of Meenaben Ajabsingh (30)her children Dilip and Hareshand Mepa Bharwad from under the debris Besidesthree people were crushed to death when a tree fell on their car on a Vanthli highway in Junagadh district There were reports of a mango and a coconut tree being uprooted in Talala taluka of Junagadh district Groundnut and pulses crops were damaged in the un-seasonal rainswhich were accompanied by high-velocity winds of more than 60 kmph Dams and other reservoirs havehowevernot registered any significant fresh inflow In Saurashtrascattered rainfall was recorded in RajkotJunagadhJamnagarSurendranagarBhavnagarAmreli and Kutch According to figures available from the state control roomJunagadh received 22 millimetre rainfallwhile BhavnagarJamnagar and Rajkot recorded between 20 and 40 mm rainfall Heavy rainfall in the catchment area of the Ukai Dam led to a rise in the water levelwhich has now crossed the 324 feet mark The inflow in the dam is 30000 cusecs Bardoli taluka in Surat district recorded the highest rainfall at 78 mm (35 inch)while the lowest rainfall was recorded in Olpad taluka at 2 mm Kamrej taluka recorded 53 mm rainfallfollowed by Palsana 30 mm; Mahuwa 29 mm; Umarpada 13 mm; and Mangrol 11 mm The heavy downpour led to several incidents of short circuit and building collapse along with the uprooting of trees Mondayhoweverturned out dry for Surat district The rainfall recorded in the last 24 hours till Monday afternoon in the different talukas in Tapi district is Songadh 40mmVyara 32 mmUchchal 28 mmValod 17 mm and Nizar 10 mm Moderate rainfall was reported in NavsariValsadDangs and Tapi district on Sunday The rainfall measured in the last 24 hours till Monday afternoon is Navsari 47 mmGandevi 51mmChikhli 54 mmand Vasda 50 mm Umargam in Valsad district received 132 mm rainfall followed by Kaprada 105 mmPardi 102 mmValsad 87 mmand Dharampur 27 mm Heavy rainfall was recorded in Dangs district as well Ahwa registered 122 mm rainfallfollowed by Vaghai 60 mm and Sapuratara 52 mm Moderate rainfall was registered in the Dangs district on Monday The weather department has forecast moderate to heavy downpour in different districts in entire south Gujarat and fishermen have been cautioned against venturing out into the sea For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related News

says Ghosh.who is now a professor of Economics at the Atlantic University. For illegal parking, As the municipal corporation does not have the required manpower to impose the rule, In the letter, Modi also urged the PM to make available to the states the analysis report prepared by the Planning Commission, in the Lok Sabha elections. This was disclosed by Joginder Singh Aherwan, He was speaking at the ?Sales Tax Dept.

Justice H S Bhalla, reads the petition.24 per kilo liter.

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