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sanjay bangar virat kohli: Sanjay Bangar helping Virat Kohli to get back to form ahead of the 2nd Test IND vs NZ; Virat Kohli, taking help of Sanjay Bangar to return to form, was seen practicing at Wankhede

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Virat Kohli, the captain of the Indian team’s Test and ODI team, is definitely out of the T20 International series and Test series against New Zealand, but has not left the practice. He will return in the second Test against New Zealand. Just before this, he was seen practicing with former India batting coach and former cricketer Sanjay Bangar at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Here, the second Test of the series is also to be played.

When Sanjay Bangar was the batting coach of Team India, Kohli achieved the number one ranking in Tests. Now once again he is taking the help of Bangar to return to form. Bangar is also currently the head coach of the Indian Premier League franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). In such a situation, Sanjay would also like Kohli to return to form as soon as possible, it will be better for the franchise as well. Virat has also left the captaincy of Bangalore after IPL 2021.

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Currently, Ajinkya Rahane is captaining the Kanpur Test in the absence of Kohli. Virat Kohli had decided to take rest after the T20 World Cup-2021. Because of this, he was not included in the team for the T20 series and not for the first Test. Kohli has also left the captaincy of the T20 team to focus on batting. Rohit Sharma has been made the captain in his place.
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Kohli has been battling poor form for the last two years. He last scored a century in Tests in November 2019 against Bangladesh. Since then he has been struggling to reach the triple digits. He has played a total of 9 Tests in 2021. During this, Kohli has scored 447 runs in 15 innings at an average of 29.80 at a strike rate of 44.61. His best score is 72.

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Virat Kohli, taking help of Sanjay Bangar to return to form, was seen practicing at Wankhede

Virat Kohli, taking help of Sanjay Bangar to return to form, was seen practicing at Wankhede

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Supreme Court Again Imposed Ban On Construction Work In Delhi-ncr Gave This Big Instruction To States – Pollution

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Business Desk, Press24 News, New Delhi

Published by: Deepak Chaturvedi
Updated Thu, 25 Nov 2021 02:50 PM IST

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Supreme Court On Pollution: Keeping in view the deteriorating air quality, the Supreme Court has again banned construction activities in Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR).

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Keeping in view the deteriorating air quality, the Supreme Court has again banned construction activities in Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR). Along with this, the court has directed the states to make payment to the affected workers during this period so that they do not face any kind of trouble.

Instead of waiting, take action
A special bench headed by Chief Justice NV Ramana, in an interim order uploaded on Wednesday night, directed the Air Quality Management Commission to conduct a scientific study on air pollution in the NCR and adjoining areas on the basis of available data of previous years. has given. Justice D.Y. included in the bench. Chandrachud and Surya Kant told the government that instead of waiting for the air quality to deteriorate, advance planning should be done based on the anticipated levels of air pollution in the near future.

Non-polluting activities will continue
In the meantime, as an interim measure and till further orders, we re-ban construction activities in NCR, the judge said. Chief Justice N.V. Ramana, however, allowed non-polluting activities related to construction such as plumbing work, interior decoration, electrical work and carpentry to continue. Significantly, the bench has reversed its decision to allow construction activities from November 22, keeping in view the ground situation of pollution in Delhi-NCR.

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Keeping in view the deteriorating air quality, the Supreme Court has again banned construction activities in Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR). Along with this, the court has directed the states to make payment to the affected workers during this period so that they do not face any kind of trouble.

Instead of waiting, take action

A special bench headed by Chief Justice NV Ramana, in an interim order uploaded on Wednesday night, directed the Air Quality Management Commission to conduct a scientific study on air pollution in the NCR and adjoining areas on the basis of available data of previous years. has given. Justice D.Y. included in the bench. Chandrachud and Surya Kant told the government that instead of waiting for the air quality to deteriorate, advance planning should be done based on the anticipated levels of air pollution in the near future.

Non-polluting activities will continue

In the meantime, as an interim measure and till further orders, we re-ban construction activities in NCR, the judge said. Chief Justice N.V. Ramana, however, allowed non-polluting activities related to construction such as plumbing work, interior decoration, electrical work and carpentry to continue. Significantly, the bench has reversed its decision to allow construction activities from November 22, keeping in view the ground situation of pollution in Delhi-NCR.

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Yogi Adityanath: #GoBackYogi is trending on Twitter amid the foundation stone laying of Jewar airport, why is Gujjar society angry with Modi-Yogi? – Gujjar community angry and trending go back yogi on twitter amid jewar airport foundation stone

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  • There is a trend on Twitter against Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath since morning.
  • Yogi is being accused of insulting Gujjar society through #GoBackYogi.
  • Demand to name Noida International Airport after ‘Gurjar Samrat Mihirbhoj’

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On one hand, Bhumi Pujan is being done at Jewar Airport in Greater Noida, while on the other hand, the Yogi government is being opposed on Twitter. Go Back Yogi (#GoBackYogi) is trending on Twitter. More than 25 thousand people have tweeted on this. Actually, people of Gurjar community are demanding to name Jewar Airport as Samrat Mihir Bhoj International Airport. Not only this, the Gujjar community has also announced a boycott of PM Modi’s foundation stone program.

A user named Raghav Gurjar wrote on Twitter, ‘There was a time when we used to fight for the existence of our community but the matter has now reached beyond existence to self-respect and now we are fighting for the self-respect of our society.

A user named Piyush Gurjar wrote, ‘We strongly demand to rename Jewar Airport as Gurjar Samrat Mihir Bhoj International Airport. If it doesn’t happen then #GoBackYogi. We Gurjars will not tolerate any kind of mischievous activity with our history.

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Similarly, the Twitter handle team named Gurjar Ekta Team tweeted, ‘Brahmin Gurjar Dalit Jat Yadav is all sad, everyone voted for Yogi Sarkar in Hindu name but got Thakurwad in the end.’

A poster is going viral on Twitter in which it is written, ‘Save Gurjar history. In Dadri episode, he tried to tamper with Gurjar history by putting soot on the face of Gurjar society and insulted Gujjar society. Noida Jewar Airport should be named as Gurjar Samrat Mihirbhoj in honor of the patriotic Gurjar society.

Why is the protest happening?
On 22 September, CM Yogi Adityanath had unveiled the statue of Emperor Mihir Bhoj in Dadri. There is a protest against painting black on the word Gurjar written on its rockboard. The Akhil Bharatiya Gurjar Parishad Sangathan had publicly demanded an apology from CM Yogi for this and had announced that if this had not happened, then on November 25, during the foundation stone laying and public meeting of Jewar International Airport, PM Modi and CM Yogi were given black flags. will be shown.

Announcement of boycott of BJP in elections
Recently, there was a Mahapanchayat of Gujjars in the ground of Mihir Bhoj PG College, Dadri, in which it was done that if CM Yogi does not apologize in the matter of removing the word Gurjar from the statue of Mihir Bhoj, then his society will oppose BJP in the assembly elections. Will do Gujjar leaders had claimed that the sentiments of the society have been hurt due to black paint on the word Gurjar. He had also announced not to celebrate Diwali this year.

Gujjars are considered to be the corevote bank of BJP.
Gujjar leaders had claimed that the sentiments of the society have been hurt due to black paint on the word Gurjar. He had also announced not to celebrate Diwali this year. The population of Gujjars in Noida is said to be around 5 lakh. He is also considered a traditional voter of BJP in western UP.

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66 Medical Students In Dharwad Test Positive For Covid-19, Police Sealed Two Hostels

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Published by: Vartika Tolani
Updated Thu, 25 Nov 2021 02:40 PM IST

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In Karnataka’s SDM Medical College, 66 students have got corona report positive. The administration has sealed the building. However, the number of infected students may increase right now.

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The corona report of some employees along with 66 students at SDM Medical College near Dharwad came positive on Thursday. The district administration has declared the college hostel as a containment zone.

Most of the students have mild symptoms and are undergoing treatment at their hostel on the college campus near Sattur. All the infected students have been shifted to one block of the hostel and those whose reports are yet to come, have been shifted to another block. The entire hostel has been sealed and the area has been declared a containment zone. Health officials of Dharwad district have been deployed to monitor the situation and policemen have also been deployed to prevent any entry or exit in the hostel and sealed area.

Dharwad Deputy Commissioner Nitesh Patil said a total of 270 students have been tested for the infection, of which 66 tested positive till Thursday morning. Tests for other students and staff will be done on Thursday. Measures will be taken to test all the medical staff of the Medical College and Hospital.

It is said that the college had recently organized a fresher’s party to welcome the MBBS first year students and the infection may have spread later. Students from other states are also studying in medical colleges and it is not yet clear how the infection spread to a large number of students.

Patil said that disinfection, sanitisation, providing food to infected patients and quarantined students and other measures have been taken. “I will also visit the college to inspect the measures taken to contain the spread,” he said.

The college administration said that all the students have been vaccinated, though the district health department will investigate it on Thursday.

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The corona report of some employees along with 66 students at SDM Medical College near Dharwad came positive on Thursday. The district administration has declared the college hostel as a containment zone.

Most of the students have mild symptoms and are undergoing treatment at their hostel on the college campus near Sattur. All the infected students have been shifted to one block of the hostel and those whose reports are yet to come, have been shifted to another block. The entire hostel has been sealed and the area has been declared a containment zone. Health officials of Dharwad district have been deployed to monitor the situation and policemen have also been deployed to prevent any entry or exit in the hostel and sealed area.

Dharwad Deputy Commissioner Nitesh Patil said a total of 270 students have been tested for the infection, of which 66 tested positive till Thursday morning. Tests for other students and staff will be done on Thursday. Measures will be taken to test all the medical staff of the Medical College and Hospital.

It is said that the college had recently organized a fresher’s party to welcome the MBBS first year students and the infection may have spread later. Students from other states are also studying in medical colleges and it is not yet clear how the infection spread to a large number of students.

Patil said that disinfection, sanitisation, providing food to infected patients and quarantined students and other measures have been taken. “I will also visit the college to inspect the measures taken to contain the spread,” he said.

The college administration said that all the students have been vaccinated, though the district health department will investigate it on Thursday.

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