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UP Government orders police to remove unauthorised loudspeakers





The Uttar Pradesh government has ordered all District Collectors and Superintendents of Police to remove the unauthorised loudspeakers present in the religious places and public places across the state. The government asked the officials to identify such places with the unauthorised loudspeakers and submit a detailed report by January 10.

The officials were also asked to identify the loudspeakers without approval and should be issued notices to get the permission. As per the orders, they kept January 15 is the last date for obtaining permission.

If the organisers or owners are not able to do so, the action will be taken against them as per the rules of Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) Act, 2000 and all illegal loudspeakers will be removed by January 20.

Arvind Kumar principal secretary (home) said the officials to submit compliance reports by January 22 and an affidavit could be filed by the government in the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad high court.

Principal Secretary (Home) Arvind Kumar said the loudspeakers which installed at public places the level of the sound should not exceed more than 10 dB [decibel] above the periphery of a public place and 5 dB above at the periphery of a private place.

As per the norms the pollution control board, the loudspeakers cannot be allowed to be played from 10 pm to 6 am.

Moti Lal Yadav a local lawyer filed a PIL  in the Lucknow bench of Allahabad high court and asked the court to remove the loudspeakers installed at religious places like temples, mosques, gurudwaras and churches as the sound comes from these places causes noise pollution.

Moti Lal Yadav presuming that the temples, mosques, gurudwaras and churches are not following the Noise Pollution Regulation and Control Rules. The bench of Justice Vikram Nath and Justice Abdul Moin heard the PIL, ordered the government to submit a clear report on the misuse of loudspeakers in the religious places or public places.


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Maharashtra Farmers withdraw protest: Gov agrees to demands




It is not easy for the Indian farmers to be identified for their protests. But in Maharashtra farmers were successful in bringing down the government to agree their demands. Over 35,000 farmers who started a long rally on March 6 and walked 185 kilometres from Nashik to Mumbai to meet the Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.

For not to cause any disturbance to the public the farmers have decided to march at night Their protest finally ended on a positive note. On Monday evening Maharashtra government announced that they have agreed most of the farmers’ demands including the right to forest land and waiver of loans. So that farmers have decided to withdraw their protest as the government agrees to their demands.

Thousands of farmers across Maharashtra started a long march from Nashik and reached Mumbai to voice their demands includes a complete farm loan waiver, implementation of  M.S. Swaminathan Commission report, transfer of forest lands to tribal farmers, higher rate for what they produce, securing land rights under the 2006 Forest Right Act.

Most of the opposition parties like Congress, NCP, MNS, and Shiv Sena leaders have supported the farmers and their protest against the government.

Shiv Sena leader Aaditya Thackeray said that I don’t see the red flags, I saw their red blood which is the same as ours, whichever the flag they carry, whoever their political hero government has to hear them. It is unfortunate to be insensitive to those who feed us and put ideological cages on them.

Rahul Gandhi tweeted the Congress party stands with the farmers and tribals marching to protest against the Central and state governments. ” I appeal to PM Modi and the CM to not stand on ego and to accept their just demands he added.

The farmers were led by the All India Kisan Sabha, and the government has arranged a special train for the farmers to go to their homes.




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Irrfan Khan diagnosed with rare disease Neuroendocrine Tumour



Irrfan Khan

51-year-old actor Irrfan Khan has revealed about his health condition. Few days ago he told that he is suffering from a rare disease. He said that he has been diagnosed with a rare disease called a neuroendocrine tumour. He wrote on Twitter soon he will share the details about the disease.

Earlier this month Irrfan Khan tweeted about his disease and said he is going out of the country for the treatment. He requesting all his fans to continue sending their wishes. NEURO is not always about the brain it is not easy to search for the disease and to know about the disease on google.

Irrfan begins his statement with a quote by Margaret Mitchell — “Life is under no obligation to give us what we expect.  “The unexpected makes us grow, which is what the past few days have been about.  Learning that I have been diagnosed with NeuroEndrocine Tumour as of now has admittedly been difficult, but the love and strength of those around me and that I found within me has brought me to a place of hope.

The journey of this is taking me out of the country, and I request everyone to continue sending their wishes. As of the rumours that were floated NEURO is not always about the brain and googling is the easiest way to do research.  To those who waited for my words, I hope to be back with more stories to tell.”

Irrfan Khan tweeted on March 5 “Sometimes you wake up with a jolt with life-shaking you up. The last fifteen days, my life has been a suspense story. Little had I known that my search for rare stories would make me find a rare disease,” I have never given up and have always fought for my choices and always will.

My family and friends are with me and we are working it out the best way possible. In trying time, please don’t speculate as I will myself share with you my story within a week – ten days when the further investigations come with a conclusive diagnosis. Till then wish the best for me.



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