The Pioneer : 2020-09-25

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) ! "#$ "%"% , ## 1 - - %> ? @'A Chennai: Tamil Nadu is in a state of anxiety as the health condition of legendary singer S P Balasubram­anyam( SPB to friends and fans) deteriorat­ed by Thursday evening, according to the corporate hospital where he had been admitted since August 5 for Covid treatment. “His condition in the last 24 hours has deteriorat­ed further warranting maximal life support and his condition is extremely critical. The team of experts at MGM Healthcare are closely monitoring his health condition,” the health bulletin issued by Dr Anuradha Baskaran, Assistant Director- Medical Services, MGM Healthcare hospital said. sionals in the State. Tamil Nadu succeeded in containing the number of new patients on Thursday to 5,692 while there were 46, 405 patients across the State. For the first time, Kozhikode topped the table of districts with the highest number of patients-883. Out of this, 820 contracted the pandemic through social contacts, said Vijayan. Thiruvanan­thapuram district had 875 Covid-19 patients as on Thursday evening. The chief minister disclosed that out of the 6,324 persons tested positive on Thursday, 5,321 persons contracted the disease through social contacts. 38 $ 9 %= 7 1 C ! $ accused youths. According to the victim, on 20th September afternoon, she visited her field when two youths of the village caught her from behind and knocked her unconsciou­s with a handkerchi­ef on her face. After this, both the youth took her to some unknown place where she was raped by both for three days. On Tuesday night, they threw her in the field of berries near the village in unconsciou­s state and escaped. , ,* = Ateenager from a village in the Atrauli police station area was taken hostage and raped for three days by two youths and they escaped after throwing her in the field of berries. Angry teenager's relatives reached the police station along with dozens of villagers and demanded action against the accused. Late in the evening the police have registered a case. Efforts are on to arrest the Aligarh: Aligarh: Aligarh: , $ , " $ # $ 1 " C $ >$% 3 The lady leader of BJP's Minority Front has made serious allegation­s against her own party official. She alleged that the officer has been harassing her for a year and a half. He harassed her in programs and threaten her to implicate her in false cases on protest. Along with the press, she also complained to the SSP. The BJP Minority Front leader, resident of the Delhi Gate area, said that she was associated with the BJP in the year 2018 through a senior official. A Talanagri-based company has been accused of stealing the designs of Delhi's renowned lock company and selling its exact lock’s copy in the market. On this, following the order of Tis Hazari court, the police along with the Delhi firm officials raided the company and found a huge quantity of manufactur­ed locks. The local firm could not able to show any document related to this design. Currently, the stock has been seized and further action is in progress. Once again MP Satish Kumar Gautam raised the reservatio­n issue of AMU during Zero Hour in Parliament. The MP said that there is no reservatio­n of SC, ST and backward class students in AMU like it is in Kashi Hindu University due to which these students are not getting a chance to study in good university. This is the violation of their rights. The system should be implemente­d in the AMU as well and demanded to form a monitoring committee. Aligarh: Nagar Nigam Aligarh started a campaign to remove encroachme­nt from Madargate to Sasni Gate intersecti­on. The Additional Municipal Commission­er Arun Gupta inspected this area and directed for action. He said that during an inspection of Sasni Gate intersecti­on from Padhao Dubey, Anchal Tal, Madargate, Khirni Gate, permanent and temporary encroachme­nt was found over the drains due to which the drains are not being cleaned properly. CHENNAI: The Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court on Wednesday delivered a verdict with respect to the holy shrine of Lord Muruga at Palani Hills in Tamil Nadu by cancelling the tender issued by the executive officer to appoint contractor­s for providing house keeping services in the temple and establishm­ents attached to the temple. Justice G R Swaminatha­n, who heard a writ petition filed by T R Ramesh, president, Indic Collective, challengin­g the executive officer’s move to float tenders for the same accepted the contention of the petitioner that devotees were authorized with the maintenanc­e and cleaning of the the temple and its premises as per “Uzhavara Pani”, an age old voluntary service ritual. Ramesh also argued that the executive officer by entrusting the cleaning and maintenanc­e works of the temple to outsiders on a commercial basis was infringing on the rights of the devotees. 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