Massive fire left 228 Rohingya refugees homeless in Delhi Current Affairs 

Massive fire left 228 Rohingya refugees homeless in Delhi

New Delhi: A massive fire broke out at a camp of the Rohingya refugees near Okhla in Kalindi Kunj area of Delhi on Sunday leaving at least 228 of them homeless. Most people escaped with only their lives intact, two persons suffered minor burn injuries besides reducing the shelters to ashes along with a complete loss of household materials. The fire started at around 3.30am due to a short circuit in the electrical wiring system in the camp and spread rapidly, police said. As many as 44 shanties, a makeshift…

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25-year-old killed after unidentified vehicle hit bike in South Delhi Current Affairs 

25-year-old killed after unidentified vehicle hit bike in South Delhi

New Delhi: A 25-year-old youth was killed after an unidentified vehicle hit his bike in south-east Delhi’s flyover on Tuesday evening. The deceased, Hifzur Rahman was working with Muthoot Finance as an executive. He was returning home from office when the accident took place around 7 pm at the flyover from Moolchand to Ashram. Rahman who was the sole bread winner of the family had lost his parents four years ago in Darbhanga, Bihar. He is now survived by his brother and two sisters. He was a BBA graduate and…

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Jashn-e-Rekhta: a celebration of Urdu by country’s younger generation Culture 

Jashn-e-Rekhta: a celebration of Urdu by country’s younger generation

Urdu, which is said to be declining steadily in India after the partition, however now found new love from the country’s younger generation. The fourth edition of “Jashn-e-Rekhta” saw an eclectic mix of literary discussions and joyous sessions. The festival kicked off at Delhi’s Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium on cold evening of 8th December and ended on a musical note with a qawwali performance by Nizami Bandhu of Rockstar fame on Sunday. The three-day witnessed timeless glory and spirit of Urdu through multiple panel discussions, music and dance performances,…

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Hospital declares newborn twins dead, parents finds one alive on way to last rites Current Affairs 

Hospital declares newborn twins dead, parents finds one alive on way to last rites

Delhi: In a shocking alleged medical negligence, one of newborn twins declared dead by Max hospital in Delhi’s Shalimar Bagh found to be alive by parents on Friday. The family has alleged that the hospital declared their alive newborn baby boy dead but they saw him move on their way to perform the last rites. The mother and baby are admitted to another hospital where his condition is said to be stable. Responding to reports about the incident Max Healthcare authorities said, “It has been brought to our attention that…

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