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“Hyderabad Man Finds Maggot in Swiggy Chicken Biryani, Receives ₹64 Refund”

In a disturbing incident, a resident of Hyderabad reported finding a maggot in the chicken biryani he ordered through Swiggy. The customer, identified as Sai Teja, took to social media to share his ordeal after discovering the foreign matter in his meal from a restaurant called Mehfil Biryani in Kukatpally.

Cloudburst Sparks Floods in Arunachal Pradesh: Rescue Operations Initiated

In the wake of a cloudburst, areas of Arunachal Pradesh's Itanagar city have been submerged, resulting in extensive damage to properties. Reports reveal significant destruction of houses and vehicles due to the flooding, accompanied by landslides in the capital complex affecting both residential and vehicular areas. The situation has prompted authorities to issue warnings for residents to exercise caution and remain vigilant during adverse weather conditions.

AAP Cabinet Requests Immediate Resolution of Delhi Water Crisis in Correspondence with PM Modi

Delhi's cabinet ministers have reached out to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, seeking immediate attention to the water scarcity gripping the national capital. Environment Minister Gopal Rai highlighted the urgency of the situation during a press briefing on Monday. The concern comes amidst colleague Atishi's ongoing hunger strike, now in its fourth day, with her health deteriorating.

Fire and Town Planning Officers Detained in Rajkot Gaming Zone Tragedy

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Fire Officer, Town Planning Officer Detained in Rajkot Gaming Zone Tragedy

In a significant development following the Rajkot gaming zone fire that claimed 27 lives, including nine children, the Rajkot Crime Branch has detained Fire Officer BJ Theba and Town Planning Officer MD Sagathia for interrogation. The tragedy occurred at the TRP Gaming Zone on Saturday, which was operating with only an entertainment license and lacked several mandatory clearances.

The detained officials, both from the Rajkot Municipal Corporation, are being questioned about how the gaming zone was allowed to function without a no-objection certificate, an approved layout plan, a building-use certificate, and proper fire clearances. The incident has raised serious questions about regulatory oversight and compliance enforcement in the city.

The police have already arrested four owners of the establishment—Yuvrajsinh Solanki, Rahul Rathod, Dhaval Thakkar, and Kiritsinh Jadeja—along with the manager, Nitin Jain. A fifth owner, Prakash Hiran, perished in the fire, confirmed through DNA testing on Tuesday. The accused face charges under various sections of the Indian Penal Code, including culpable homicide and endangering life or personal safety.

A special investigation team (SIT) has been established to probe the fire incident, led by Subhash Trivedi. The SIT has been granted the authority to question senior IAS and IPS officials if necessary. Gujarat Minister of State for Home, Harsh Sanghavi, met with the SIT and emphasized the importance of holding all responsible parties accountable, including officers from the Rajkot Municipal Corporation, fire department, police, and the power utility firm.

The Gujarat High Court has also criticized the Rajkot Municipal Corporation for its apparent negligence, suggesting that the oversight had been ongoing for over two years. In response to the incident, Rajkot Municipal Commissioner Anand Patel and Police Commissioner Raju Bhargava have been transferred.

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