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Yamuna’s water level likely to rise, Delhi govt directs officials to maintain vigil.

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After the Central Water Commission predicted a rise in the Yamuna’s water level, the Delhi government ordered officials to keep watch in risky areas and make plans to relocate residents to safer sites.

Early on Thursday, the Yamuna in Delhi’s capital city fell below the 205.33-meter danger mark. On Friday at midday, the water level was 204.95 metres.

The water level at the Old Railway Bridge is anticipated to rise further after reaching 205.45 metres on Friday between 10 pm and 12 midnight, as predicted earlier in the day by the Central Water Commission.

Yamuna’s water

The local administration instructed the officials to remain surveillance in their respective districts and take required precautions at susceptible places in response to the forecast.

The authorities have also been instructed to issue warnings to residents who live close to river embankments and create plans to relocate them to safer areas.

After the Yamuna’s record-breaking 208.66-meter height on July 13, it had been progressively retreating ever since.

Tuesday evening at 8:00 p.m., the water level had been above the danger criterion of 205.33 metres for the previous eight days. At 5 a.m. on Wednesday, it had dropped to 205.22 metres before rising and again crossing the danger line.

Yamuna’s water

Up till July 22, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh may have isolated areas of heavy to very heavy rain, according to the India Meteorological Department.

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More than 27,000 people had to be evacuated from their houses as a result of the severe effects of the floods in Delhi. The damages suffered in terms of real estate, businesses, and incomes totaled millions.

 

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Ameen Sayani, Voice of Geetmala and Iconic Radio Presenter Passes Away at 91; PM Modi Pays Tribute

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Ameen Sayani, Voice of Geetmala and Iconic Radio Presenter Passes Away at 91; PM Modi Pays Tribute

Legendary radio broadcaster Ameen Sayani passed away on Wednesday at the age of 91 from a heart attack, according to his son Rajil Sayani. According to Rajil Sayani, despite being taken to the HN Reliance Hospital in Mumbai immediately, his father was not able to be saved. He also mentioned that the funeral would take place on Thursday.

Ameen Sayani, who was broughtup  in Mumbai on December 21, 1932, turned out to be notable all through the years on the grounds that to his convincing way and melodic voice. After India acquired autonomy, he began as an English-language telecaster and changed to Hindi.

Sayani’s radio show ‘Geetmala’ helped popularize radio listening in India and brought him great fame. Sayani presented Geetmala, a national sensation that captivated listeners for decades with music from popular Hindi films. His catchphrase, “Behno aur Bhaiyo” (sisters and brothers), made him instantly recognizable and became a popular parody.

Also Read: Babita Phogat Pays Tribute to Late Dangal Actor Suhani Bhatnagar’s Parents at Their Home

Condolences Pour In for Iconic Radio Presenter Ameen Sayani

On Wednesday, various individuals honored the prestigious radio personality Ameen Sayani, who died at 91 years old. Sayani, who gave the voice to the eminent public broadcast “Binaca Geetmala,” was respected for her accomplishments by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, and a number of celebrities. “”Shri Ameen Sayani Ji’s brilliant voice on the wireless transmissions had an appeal and warmth that charmed him to individuals across ages,” Modi expressed on X.

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Babita Phogat Pays Tribute to Late Dangal Actor Suhani Bhatnagar’s Parents at Their Home

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Babita Phogat Pays Tribute to Late Dangal Actor Suhani Bhatnagar’s Parents at Their Home

Friday was the 19th birthday of Dangal star Suhani Bhatnagar. In the movie, she played a youthful Babita Phogat with Aamir Khan. Wrestler Babita Phogat recently visited the actor’s Faridabad home to offer her sympathies to the actor’s bereaved parents.

Babita Phogat visits Suhani Bhatnagar’s parents.

Photos from Suhani’s home, where Babita Phogat met the actor’s parents, were shared online. Suhani’s parents, Babita Phogat, were pictured in the picture with other people attending a prayer meeting. In addition, Babita folded her hands and prayed for the deceased person. Babita shared the pictures and stated, “Today, Suhani Bhatnagar, who portrayed my childhood in the movie Dangal, visited her Faridabad home and sent her condolences to her family.” Om Shanti.

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Who was Suhani?

Suhani and Zaira Wasim (the younger Phogat sisters) worked together on just one movie, Dangal. The film, directed by Nitesh Tiwari, draws inspiration from the life stories of Mahavir Singh Phogat’s daughters. The adult roles played by Sanya Malhotra and Fatima Sana Shaikh were Babita and Geeta Phogat. Suhani appeared in other commercials in addition to the film.

How did Suhani Bhatnagar die?

The 19-year-old died on Friday after being admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi. Skin rashes and muscle weakness are the symptoms of a rare inflammatory disease called dermatomyositis. Her father acknowledged that this was the reason for her death. The left-hand edema was the first symptom to appear two months ago.

Also Read: Amit Behl confirms that TV actor Rituraj Singh passed away from cardiac arrest

Her parents said, “We assumed it was just a skin condition as she began to develop swelling on her hand… Nothing worked despite our taking her to several dermatologists. Dermatomyositis was the diagnosis made when we brought her to AIIMS. Her body started to produce so much fluid when she contracted an infection during her therapy that her lungs collapsed and she died.

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Amit Behl confirms that TV actor Rituraj Singh passed away from cardiac arrest.

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Amit Behl confirms that TV actor Rituraj Singh passed away from cardiac arrest

TV on-screen character Rituraj Singh kicked the bucket due to cardiac capture. He was 59. As per the Times Presently News, his close companion and performing artist, Amit Behl, has affirmed his death. As per the report, Rituraj kicked the bucket on Monday night. He was as of late hospitalized as he was suffering from pancreatic disease.

Citing Amit, the Times Presently News detailed, “Yes, he passed away due to cardiac capture. He was admitted to a healing centre a few times back for treatment of pancreas, returned home, had a few cardiac complications, and passed away.”

Taking to X (once in the past Twitter), on-screen character Arshad Warsi composed, “I am so disheartened to know that Ritu Raj passed away. We lived in the same building; he was part of my filmmaking career.

I misplaced a companion and an awesome actor… will miss you, brother…” Rituraj has appeared in films like Banegi Apni Baat, Jyoti, Hitler Didi, Shapath, Warrior Tall, Aahat, Adaalat, Diya, and Aur Baati Murmur.

Also Read: Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment Exam: Solver Gang Busted, 2 Constables and 20 Others Arrested

He also played the part of Balwant Choudhary in the TV serial Laado 2. The on-screen character has also been included in movies such as Badrinath Ki Dulhania (2017), Vash-Had by the Fixated, and Thunivu (2023). His final film was Yaariyan 2, released in his final year. Rituraj was part of a few web series, including The Test Case, Hello Prabhu, Criminal, Abhay, Bandish Outlaws, Never Kiss Your Best Companion, and Made in Paradise Season 2. Sometime after his passing, he played the part of Yashpal in the serial Anupamaa.

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