Ranveer Singh is overwhelmed by this heart-touching gesture of Dharavi residents It is a known fact that even before the release of Padmaavat, Ranveer Singh dived into work this year immediately starting with Zoya Akhtar’s Gully Boy. After a long prep, the Gen Y superstar started shooting for the film at Dharavi slums. And guess what? While the actor continued with his schedule, what he didn’t expect was the way the loc
Our Correspondent Abohar, March 4 Residents of Ekta Colony here who had submitted almost two dozen memorandums and led deputations to the Municipal Council with request to provide basic amenities have finally pooled money to improve the civic health of the locality. Project in charges Bhisham Dhuria and Rajinder Monga said the residents had lost hopes as the authorities paid no heed to their requests. “The residents repaired potholes, plugged water leakage, replaced damaged streetlights and renovated a park that stood abandoned for the last few years. They levelled the ground in the park, repaired the walking track and planted saplings. The process for the second phase of development will be initiated soon,” they added. The Tribune
Condemning the attempt of selling the public parks by Jalandhar Improvement Trust (JIT) in a bid to get rid of debt, residents of Surya Enclave and Guru Gobind Singh Avenue have raised the banner of revolt and pledged it to fight tooth & nail.
Released by economist Jean Drèze on Saturday, the survey looked into the workings of the Direct Benefit Transfer among 244 households in 13 villages in Nagri block of Ranchi, under which residents first collect their food subsidy in cash from their banks accounts, and then purchase rice from their ration shops at Rs 32 per kg. Top India News- News18.com
Viktor and Amalija Knavs, formerly of Slovenia, are living in the country on green cards, according to Michael Wildes, a New York-based immigration lawyer who represents the first lady and her family. Top India News- News18.com
While a section of the media is flocking the village to get another exclusive in their hat with special stories, the residents here are quite miffed with this attention. Top India News- News18.com
After reports in the media aboutafter more than 40 people were found infected with HIV emerged, residents of the village Prem Ganj demanded that the name of their village be changed due to social stigma. Top India News- News18.com