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What Happened on 25 September 2018


25 September 2018 Current Events Punjab on red alert due to heavy rainfall

Heavy rains have caused havoc in the states of Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir, and Himachal Pradesh. According to media reports, heavy rainfall has disrupted life in Punjab and caused massive damages to public property. The Sukhna river is also above the danger level. Authorities have declare a red alert in Punjab and the Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has asked the army to be on alert. 


Rahul Gandhi called PM Modi a "chor"

Rahul Gandhi recently talked about Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the Rafale jet deal controversy. The Congress president said that PM Narendra Modi is not a chowkidar (gate keeper), but a chor (thief).

Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad replied that Rahul Gandhi is a liar and and an irresponsible Congress president. He added “In the history of independent India, no national party president has ever made such comments about a prime minister”.


Bengaluru's Bellandur Lake throws up white froth

After an overnight rain yesterday, Bengaluru's Bellandur Lake, threw up white froth and foam on the busy streets of Bengaluriu. The froth were smelly making it difficult for people to commute. The polluion control board, reported that it had sent notices to authorities which were never taken care of.

Thus, Bellandur lake has become a septic tank for the city, for which no one is bothered. Last year February, huge flames were seen on Bellandur lake, which took 5000 army personnel to put out the flame.


Punjab on red alert due to heavy rainfall

Heavy rains have caused havoc in the states of Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir, and Himachal Pradesh. According to media reports, heavy rainfall has disrupted life in Punjab and caused massive damages to public property. The Sukhna river is also above the danger level. Authorities have declare a red alert in Punjab and the Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has asked the army to be on alert. 

Rahul Gandhi called PM Modi a "chor"

Rahul Gandhi recently talked about Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the Rafale jet deal controversy. The Congress president said that PM Narendra Modi is not a chowkidar (gate keeper), but a chor (thief).

Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad replied that Rahul Gandhi is a liar and and an irresponsible Congress president. He added “In the history of independent India, no national party president has ever made such comments about a prime minister”.

Bengaluru's Bellandur Lake throws up white froth

After an overnight rain yesterday, Bengaluru's Bellandur Lake, threw up white froth and foam on the busy streets of Bengaluriu. The froth were smelly making it difficult for people to commute. The polluion control board, reported that it had sent notices to authorities which were never taken care of.

Thus, Bellandur lake has become a septic tank for the city, for which no one is bothered. Last year February, huge flames were seen on Bellandur lake, which took 5000 army personnel to put out the flame.




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