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02 July 2018 Current Events Kozhikode and Malappuram districts of Kerala declared Nipah Virus free

The government of Kerala has declared that its Kozhikode and Malappuram districts are free from the Nipah virus infection. Earlier, these districts were temporarily declared Nipah virus free as no cases were reported until the completion of the double incubation period of the virus. 


Leptospirosis causes 3 deaths in Mumbai

Mumbai has recorded three human deaths due to Leptospirosis, a water-borne bacterial disease which spread from the urine of animals like dogs, rodents, farm animals, etc. This bacterial infection can affect both animals and humans.


National Green Tribunal puts a stay on felling of trees in Delhi till July 19

National Green Tribunal has passed a stay order on the felling of trees for the re-development of seven south Delhi colonies till July 19. More than 14,000 trees were proposed to be cut down for the developmental work in south Delhi. 


No rain predicted for next few days in Delhi

The weather forecasting authorities have said that there is a possibility of no rain for a few days from Wednesday in Delhi. A change in the wind direction and the shifting of the monsoon depressions more towards the Himalayan foothills are the two reasons for this situation. 


Kozhikode and Malappuram districts of Kerala declared Nipah Virus free

The government of Kerala has declared that its Kozhikode and Malappuram districts are free from the Nipah virus infection. Earlier, these districts were temporarily declared Nipah virus free as no cases were reported until the completion of the double incubation period of the virus. 

Leptospirosis causes 3 deaths in Mumbai

Mumbai has recorded three human deaths due to Leptospirosis, a water-borne bacterial disease which spread from the urine of animals like dogs, rodents, farm animals, etc. This bacterial infection can affect both animals and humans.

National Green Tribunal puts a stay on felling of trees in Delhi till July 19

National Green Tribunal has passed a stay order on the felling of trees for the re-development of seven south Delhi colonies till July 19. More than 14,000 trees were proposed to be cut down for the developmental work in south Delhi. 

No rain predicted for next few days in Delhi

The weather forecasting authorities have said that there is a possibility of no rain for a few days from Wednesday in Delhi. A change in the wind direction and the shifting of the monsoon depressions more towards the Himalayan foothills are the two reasons for this situation. 




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