On Thursday, one terrorist was neutralized in an encounter with security forces in Bemina area of Srinagar.
Casting aspersions on the name of Mohammad Ali Jinnah being brought up every now and then, AIMIM chief Asadudin Owaisi on Thursday asked 'How was the Pakistan politician related to Uttar Pradesh politics?'. Speaking to reporters, Owaisi pointed out that Jinnah was the man who pushed for partition and founded Pakistan. The AIMIM chief also blamed Congress and added that Pakistan was not created by the Muslims, as was the general assumption.
The statement of Owaisi comes after Samajwadi Party's chief Akhilesh Yadav and SBSP chief Om Prakash Rajbhar hailed Jinnah. While Akhilesh Yadav counted him among India's freedom fighters like Mahatma Gandhi, Rajbhar said that the portion would never have taken place had Jinnah been made the Prime Minister.
US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping will hold a bilateral virtual summit on Monday, Sputnik reported citing Politico. According to Russian media, no major deliverables are expected from the meeting but Biden and Xi are expected to discuss a range of issues including Taiwan, Hong Kong, Xinjiang, visa restrictions and more.
In a key development in the extortion case filed at Marine Drive, sources informed Republic on Thursday that the CID is next going to initiate a procedure under sections 82 and 83 of the CRPC to declare the former Mumbai Police Commissioner as an absconder and to attach his properties. Besides the CID is going to write to the Home Ministry to issue a red corner notice against Param Bir Singh. This is in reference to the extortion case which was filed at Marine Drive Police station, in which apart from the former Mumbai Police Commissioner, 7 others namely DCP Akbar Pathan, PI Asha Korke, PI Nandkumar Gopale, Sunil Jain, Shrikant Shinde, Sanjay Patil and Sanjay Punamiya have been named.
All 8 including, Param Bir Singh been charged under IPC Sections 387, 388, 389, 403, 409, 420, 423, 464, 465, 467, 468, 471, 120b, 166, 167, 177, 181, 193, 195, 195, 203,211,209,210,209,210,347,111,113,110.
"Amid the incessant rains, I bow to the service of all those involved in the relief work, including the police, medical personnel, cleaners, and electricians who are working day and night to bring back to normal the lives of people of Tamil Nadu," said Chief Minister Stalin in a tweet. He had also shared pictures of relief workers working as flash floods affect the daily course in the state.
தொடர் மழை - அளவுக்கதிகமான நீர்வரத்து காரணமாக மக்களின் இயல்பு வாழ்க்கை பாதிக்கப்பட்டுள்ள நிலையில், அவர்களது துயர்துடைக்கப் பணியாற்றும் காவல்துறையினர், மின்துறையினர், தூய்மைப் பணியாளர்கள், மருத்துவத்துறையினர் உள்ளிட்ட நிவாரணப் பணியில் ஈடுபட்டுள்ள அனைவரது சேவைக்கும் தலைவணங்குகிறேன். pic.twitter.com/9ZO8PAGCoM— M.K.Stalin (@mkstalin) November 11, 2021
As per NDRF, to tackle the situation of waterlogging, 18 self-contained teams of NDRF have been deployed in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Puducherry in consultation with State authorities. Out of these, 11 teams are deployed in Tamil Nadu, two in Puducherry and five in Andhra Pradesh. Deployed teams are conducting evacuation work and providing help to the affected people in coordination with the local authorities.
'Around the clock NDRF control room is closely monitoring the situation and is in touch with state authorities,' NDRF said.
Heavy Rains over Tamil Nadu and Andhra likely to decrease from tomorrow as the Depression enters into land today and weakens subsequently. Today's rainfall activity will be more over Andhra Pradesh.#HeavyRains #ChennaiRains #TNRains pic.twitter.com/cJvZ6JW4jS— India Meteorological Department (@Indiametdept) November 11, 2021
Heavy waterlogging in several parts of Chennai due to incessant rainfall. Visuals from Akbar Sahib Street in Triplicane, Chennai.
"I gave first aid after which I carried him. An auto came there, we sent him to hospital. I visited the hospital, his mother was there. I assured them to not worry and that the Police dept will support them. The doctor said that treatment is on and there is nothing to worry about," says Inspector Rajeshwari, who saved the life of a man presumed dead amid incessant rains in Tamil Nadu.
I gave first aid after which I carried him. An auto came there, we sent him to hospital. I visited the hospital, his mother was there. I assured them to not worry&that Police dept will support them. Doctor said that treatment is on & there's nothing to worry: Inspector Rajeshwari pic.twitter.com/0SsTuWeMCG— ANI (@ANI) November 11, 2021
'Avoid going outside unnecessarily! Be careful and take precautions considering the heavy rain,' says Minister of Revenue and Disaster Management KKSSR Ramachandran.
Heavy waterlogging in several parts of Chennai due to continuous rains. Visuals from Vadapalani-Arumbakkam metro station.
In Chennai, TP Chatram Police Station's Inspector Rajeshwari carries an unconscious man, on her shoulders, to an autorickshaw in a bid to rush him to a nearby hospital. Chennai is facing waterlogging due to incessant rainfall"
#WATCH | Chennai, Tamil Nadu: TP Chatram Police Station's Inspector Rajeshwari carries an unconscious man, on her shoulders, to an autorickshaw in a bid to rush him to a nearby hospital.— ANI (@ANI) November 11, 2021
Chennai is facing waterlogging due to incessant rainfall here.
(Video Source: Police staff) pic.twitter.com/zrMInTqH9f
'We've deployed 11 teams in TN &2 teams in Puducherry. 5 more teams on standby. All teams are self-contained with equipment to deal with all types of disasters. Advice to people is that if your house isn't flooded then stay indoors," Rekha Nambiyar, Senior Commandant, NDRF,4th Battalion.
"The incessant rains in Chennai have become a cause for worry. Requesting our brothers & sisters in the state to follow all safety measures. And an appeal to Congress workers- please help in relief & rescue work. Take care, Chennai."
The incessant rains in Chennai have become a cause for worry.— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) November 11, 2021
Requesting our brothers & sisters in the state to follow all safety measures.
And an appeal to Congress workers- please help in relief & rescue work.
Take care, #Chennai.
"I have telephoned the Ministers of the districts and the Special Monitoring Officers and given them relevant advice regarding flood relief activities. Also, on the 4th day, I visited Chennai and inspected the Chintadripet Public Kitchen" CM Stalin shared on Twitter
வெள்ள நிவாரண நடவடிக்கைகள் தொடர்பாக மாவட்டங்களுக்குட்பட்ட அமைச்சர்கள், சிறப்புக் கண்காணிப்பு அலுவலர்களுடன் தொலைபேசியில் பேசி உரிய அறிவுரைகளை வழங்கியுள்ளேன். மேலும், 4-ஆம் நாளாக சென்னை வெள்ளப் பாதிப்பைப் பார்வையிட்டு சிந்தாதிரிப்பேட்டை பொதுச் சமையற்கூடத்தில் ஆய்வு மேற்கொண்டேன். pic.twitter.com/OLTu5PRABC— M.K.Stalin (@mkstalin) November 11, 2021
Netizen shared, "Anna Nagar Inspector Rajeswari who helped save a youth who was presumed dead in a tree fall and admitted him to the hospital in a timely manner! * Them On behalf of the Kovilpattinam Tamil Nadu Congress Party, we request the Hon'ble Chief Minister to honour them."
@mkstalin *மரம் முறிந்து விழுந்ததில் உயிரிழந்துவிட்டார் என்று கருதப்பட்ட இளைஞரை காப்பாற்றி தக்க நேரத்தில் மருத்துவமனையில் அனுமதிக்க உதவிய அண்ணா நகர் ஆய்வாளர் ராஜேஸ்வரி!*அவர்களை— Rajagopal (@Rajagop46686786) November 11, 2021
மாண்புமிகு முதல்வர் அவர்கள்கௌரவிக்க கோவில்பட்டிநகரதமிழ்மாநில காங்கிரஸ்கட்சியின்சார்பாக வேண்டுகிறோம் pic.twitter.com/Itzv0eLQO4
Greater Chennai Corporation team along with the fire service, Navy and Police come to the fore for rescue in Jawahar Nagar, Zone 6.
#GCC team along with Fire service, Navy and Police at rescue in Jawahar Nagar, Zone 6— Greater Chennai Corporation (@chennaicorp) November 11, 2021
With your support #Chennai, we shall overcome this disaster. #ChennaiRains #ChennaiCorporation pic.twitter.com/ibWxuJeUQ2
(i) 11th November: Light to moderate rainfall at most places with heavy to very heavy rainfall at a few places & extremely heavy falls at isolated places very likely over north coastal Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, north interior Tamil Nadu, south coastal Andhra Pradesh and Rayalaseema and heavy to very heavy rainfall at isolated places over South Interior Karnataka, Kerala and heavy rainfall at isolated places over north coastal Andhra Pradesh.
(ii) 12th November: Light to moderate rainfall at most places with heavy rainfall at isolated places very likely over Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, CAP, Rayalaseema south interior Karnataka & Kerala.
'Likely formation of a Low-Pressure Area over the Bay of Bengal around 13th November o A fresh Low-Pressure Area is likely to form over south Andaman sea and neigh around 13th November. It is likely to move west-northwestwards and become more marked during subsequent 48 hours' IMD stated.
Due to severe rains and heavy crosswinds, arrivals at Chennai Airport will remain suspended from 1315 hrs to 1800 hrs, on November 11. Departures will continue. The decision has been taken considering the safety aspect of passengers and the severity of the wind.
#Update | Due to severe rains and heavy cross winds, arrivals at #AAI Chennai Airport will remain suspended from 1315 hrs to 1800 hrs, today. Departures will continue. The decision has been taken considering the safety aspect of passengers and severity of wind. @AAI_Official— Chennai (MAA) Airport (@aaichnairport) November 11, 2021
Tamil Nadu Disaster Management Authority has confirmed there exist:
'Rainwater enters ESI Hospital located in Chennai's KK Nagar All facilities including OPDs are operational here with the available manpower. The hospital wards including COVID19 wards are not affected, says Dr Mahesh of ESI hospital'
#WATCH Rainwater enters ESI Hospital located in Chennai's KK Nagar— ANI (@ANI) November 11, 2021
All facilities including OPDs are operational here with the available manpower. The hospital wards including COVID19 wards are not affected, says Dr Mahesh of ESI hospital pic.twitter.com/WsWPtgG3Bc
CM MK Stalin constitutes a team of 5 Ministers to assess losses caused by heavy rains to standing crops in delta districts; Periyasamy, Thangam Thennarasu, KR Periyakaruppan S Reghupathy, Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi and Siva V Meyyanathan are member-Ministers of the team
'Chennai's popular Marina beach flooded due to heavy downpour as a result of cyclonic circulation in the Bay of Bengal'
Public transportation cramp down as Chennai's Metropolitan Transport Corporation suspended services of more than 1,000 buses due to waterlogging and floods. Out of 1,600 buses that were permitted by the MTC to operate, nearly 900 among them could not finish their trips.
Services of three local trains have been cancelled along Thiruvallur route. railways informed that Gummidipoondi and Tambaram routes witnessed delays.
'Robotic excavator is removing the garbage at the confluence point of Mambalam canal and Adyar river near YMCA'
'Metropolitan Chennai Corporation, Adyar Zone, Ward-174, Five Burlong Road is being drained by rainwater motor pumps.'
'Garbage that is flowing into the canal in Virugambakkam is been continuously removed.'
விருகம்பாக்கம் கால்வாயில் மழையால் அடித்து வரப்படும் மிதக்கும் கழிவுகள் ஜேசிபி இயந்திரம் கொண்டு அகற்றப்பட்டு வருகிறது.— Greater Chennai Corporation (@chennaicorp) November 11, 2021
Garbage that is flowing into the canal in virugambakkam is been continuously removed.@GSBediIAS @vishu_mahajan #ChennaiRains #ChennaiCorporation pic.twitter.com/RKRfjwr1ak