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Cancer Prevention Month: The amazing fightback story of Yuvraj Singh. New Delhi: Cancer is one of the most common and deadly diseases.
It can scare anybody who is diagnosed with it. There are millions of people in the world who have been diagnosed with cancer and they are struggling to stay optimistic. This National Cancer Prevention Month, we bring to you some inspiring stories of people who fought cancer and conquered it. This is the story of a charming young Indian cricketer, who took the entire world by storm when he hit six magnificent sixes in an over. He is none other than our beloved Yuvraj Singh. Yuvraj Singh was suffering from a tumor in his left lung, as reported in November, 2011. No doubt, it came as a shock for everyone, the player who had just put a spectacular show in his game was suffering from cancer all along while playing in the World Cup. In an interview of CNN’s Humans to Hero series in 2015, he recalled, “I was coughing a lot. After fighting cancer and conquering it, Singh didn’t shy away from talking about his struggles. RESIDENT SPEAK: Stealing of benches, dustbins rampant at Sec 7 in Dwarka.
Dwarka: The entire area behind plot numbers 1 to 7 in Sector 7, Dwarka has been a target of anti-social elements.
The parks and a walkers' lane are not safe anymore. Around ten days back, ten metallic dustbins were stolen in just one night from Shyam Vatika which is located between plot numbers 4 and 5 near Harsukh Apartments and Kamal Vihar. Next day, walkers saw a person trying to take away a dismantled steel bench from a park. The walkers intervened and questioned why it was being taken away. The answer was that it was being taken away for welding. However, when they confronted, he just vanished leaving behind the rickshaw. After two-three days, one more bench was taken away during the night. I have a feeling that these benches will also be stolen one by one. I request the authorities including the elected representatives and bureaucrats to look into the matter and save the benches and the dustbins from getting stolen. Journey of a musician par excellence Kalyan Roy. New Delhi: On the occasion of World Radio Day, CitySpidey decided to interview a local musician from Dwarka.
It may not seem like that big of a task but I’m relatively new to this job. Nervousness was bound to hit me like an overloaded truck in India. So with damp armpits and a jumbled mind, I arrived at Kalyan Roy’s place. There were soft yellow walls and sunlight was filtering through his living room window. Trees of certain age should never be cut for projects, says SC. New Delhi: The green bench of the Supreme Court on Thursday said that it would impose a ban on the felling of mature and beneficial trees for development works.
As per the apex court, tree felling would not be allowed for laying of roads and setting of industries. The bench was headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde. He said that in case a road project was inevitable then the value of each of the trees should be built into the cost of the project. Under this, the value of the trees, which need to be felled, would be included in the project cost. The bench comprising of CJI Bobde, Justice AS Bopanna, and Justice V Ramasubramanian said, “We want to lay down some guidelines, or 'Cognitive Pathway', so that the thinking of urban planners goes on that line.
Earlier, the Supreme Court-appointed committee had submitted a report where it had set a guideline for the valuation of trees. 158 coronavirus cases in Delhi; positivity rate 0.26% Fine jewellery brand ‘Melorra’ opens three experience centres in Delhi. New Delhi: Melorra, a fine jewellery brand, has forayed into Delhi-NCR with opening of three experience centres at Vegas Mall, Dwarka; DLF Promenade, Vasant Kunj; and DLF Avenue, Saket.
Melorra creates unique pieces in sync with global fashion trends that are fun, easy to wear and crafted to blend with everyday use cases. Saroja Yeramilli, Founder and CEO, Melorra, said, “We are happy to bring the Melorra experience centres to our customers in Delhi/NCR. The city is a key market for us, an important reason why our seamless, customer-in-control experience will add value here. We are inspired by global trends and bring these elements into every lightweight, gold jewellery piece we offer.” “Apart from shopping from a collection of over 10000 unique, contemporary, lightweight gold and diamond jewellery designs, customers can also tag their friends along and have fun at the Bliss Bar, among other things,” she said.
So far. the brand has received a tremendous response from the millennial women. 227 new coronavirus cases in Delhi; positivity rate plummets to 0.28 pc. 227 new coronavirus cases in Delhi; positivity rate plummets to 0.28 pc.