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Jor Bagh Metro station showcases Mughal era sites

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New Delhi, Feb 10 : The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) on Friday inaugurated an exhibition showcasing a collection of unique photographs and information of the heritage sites around the Jor Bagh Metro Station.

Bagh-e-Jud is being organised in association with the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (Intach) inside Jor Bagh Metro station and has a special focus on the Mughal era with an aim to draw an interest from the common people.

“It is a collection of unique photographs depicting the prolific and eventful history of the latter Mughal era,” a statement from the transporter said.

Apart from showing the rich heritage of the glorious era, the exhibition will emphasise on “the significance of the Lodhi Road area which was a part of the estate of the Nawabs of Awadh throughout the later Mughal era”.

The exhibition also displays the detailed information on the Nawabs of Awadh, the second of whom — Safdarjung — is laid to rest in a magnificent tomb at the junction of the Lodhi road.

This is the second exhibition curated by Intach for Delhi Metro, using Metro premises. The other exhibition is in the Green Park Metro Station.

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Civilian injured in accidental firing at J&K militant’s funeral

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Thousands attend the funeral procession of slain Lashkar militant Mudasir Ahmad Bhat of Parigam Yaripora, pic: Shah Hilal (Kashmir Life)

Srinagar, July 22 (IANS) A civilian was injured on Sunday in an accidental firing during the funeral of a slain militant in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kupwara district, informed sources said.

Eyewitnesses said civilian Fayaz Ahmad was injured in the foot in Katrasoo village when the rifle of a militant went off accidentally during the funeral of Mudaser Bhat, who along with two others were killed in Khudwani area of the district in a gunfight with security forces earlier.

The injured was shifted to a Srinagar hospital.

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Five-storey building collapses in Ghaziabad, magisterial inquiry ordered

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Gaziabad, July 22:A five-storey under-construction building collapsed on Sunday near Missal Gadi in Ghaziabad and there are fears of several labourers being trapped under the debris.A magisterial inquiry has been ordered.

Four people were injured in the incident and teams from the fire department and National Disaster Management Force have been rushed to the spot. Rescue operations are underway.

Ghaziabad DM Ritu Maheshwari said, “Prima facie, there seems to be issues with quality of the building. A magisterial inquiry has been ordered. 7 people have been rescued and sent to hospital. There is no casualty as of now. Rescue ops are underway.”

 

 

Just five days before two buildings fell down in Greater Noida’s Shahberi Beri village, claiming nine lives.

Recently,two six-storey buildings in Shahberi village, one of which was under construction, collapsed around 9.15 pm. Prima facie investigation found out that the building layout plans were not approved by the Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA).

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Posters showing Rahul Hugging PM Modi emerge in Mumbai

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Mumbai, July 22 : Several posters carrying the image of Congress president Rahul Gandhi hugging Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Lok Sabha have come up in Mumbai. The posters, which have been put by the Congress workers, also has a tagline that reads, “Nafrat se nahi, Pyar se jeetenge (we will win by love, not hatred).”

Rahul’s gesture was hailed by his party leaders as “Jaadu ki Jhappi (magical hug)” and  Shiv Sena, NDA ally at the Centre and in Maharashtra equated the no-confidence motion, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi  with the FIFA World Cup final and said Prime Minister Narendra Modi might have emerged victorious like France, but Congress chief Rahul Gandhi won many hearts like runners-up Croatia. The Sena had abstained from the debate on the no-trust motion and the voting.

 

Rahul garnered huge attention during the discussion on no-confidence motion on July 20 after he walked up to the Prime Minister and hugged him after concluding his fiery speech.

During his fiery rhetorical speech, Rahul attacked the Modi government and said, “I will take out this hatred out of you and turn it into love and turn it into love. I am the Congress. You taught me what it means to be a Hindustani, what it means to be a Hindu. It means to love somebody even if they attack you.”

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