Image: Seoul Commune 2026. W ith cities getting cluttered with concrete jungles, there is a need for innovative building designs. 1. Seoul Commune 2026 ... Hi-tech and stunning buildings in 10 future cities! Image: Ultima Tower. 2. Ultima Tower, San Francisco D esigned by Eugene Tsui, this futuristic city aims to address the burgeoning population. ... Hi-tech and stunning buildings in 10 future cities! Image: Sky City 1000. Sky City 1000, Tokyo E mphasizing on green space, Takenaka Corporation proposed this project for over 1 lakh people. Hi-tech and stunning buildings in 10 future cities! Image: Crystal Island. Crystal Island, Moscow T he Crystal Island designed by Foster + Partners can accommodate 30 000 people in 900 apartments. Hi-tech and stunning buildings in 10 future cities! Image: Bionic Tower. Bionic Tower, Hong Kong … [Read more...] about Hi-tech and stunning buildings in 10 future cities!
Applications are invited for the honorary posts of Traffic Warden in Madurai City Police to regulate traffic and to assist police personnel during festivals and VIP visits. In a statement, City Commissioner of Police T. Senthil Kumar, said that a total of 160 posts of traffic warden out of the sanctioned strength of 200 were vacant. No salary would be paid to the volunteers. Graduates, government officers, teaching staff of schools and colleges and employees of private companies, aged between 25 and 45 years, can join to offer their social services. Selected candidates would have to regulate traffic for two hour between 6.30 p.m. and 8.30 p.m. for two days a week on a rotational basis. They would also be called for festival bandobust and VIP visits. Besides, they would be given training on last Sundays of the month. Interested candidates can send their application through [email protected] or submit their applications in person at the office of Deputy Commissioner of … [Read more...] about Madurai City police invites applications for posts of Traffic Warden
New Delhi: A video has gone viral in which a man is seen getting thrashed by the public for allegedly kissing his wife while bathing in the Saryu river in Ayodhya. The incident took place while both of them were bathing in the Saryu river in Uttar Pradesh's Ayodhya city. The police have started an investigation into the matter. A police officer told news agency PTI on Thursday that the exact date of the incident is yet to be confirmed even though some claimed it had happened at Ram ki Paudi ghat on Tuesday. The purported video widely shared on social media shows the man being dragged away from his wife from the water as the group of people continued to push and hit the man. ALSO READ: Children Up To Age 14 Can Experience Long Covid Lasting At Least Two Months: Study In Lancet The wife tried to intervene and save her husband but the angry mob got hold of the man and started thrashing him. However, the officer pointed out that no complaint has been received yet. … [Read more...] about Ayodhya: Angry Mob Thrashes Man For ‘Kissing His Wife’ While Bathing In Saryu River — WATCH
Construction workers staged a demonstration here on Monday demanding permission to reopen stone quarry units which were closed for rampant violations in mining of stones. As the survey conducted by six teams in 52 stone quarries across the district following the mishap in a stone quarry at Adaimithippaankulam near here on May 15 last in which four persons were killed unearthed uncontrolled violations in mining the stones, show-cause notices were issued to 13 quarries as to why the licences given to the quarries should not be cancelled for the violations wilfully done by the quarry operators. Moreover, hefty fine to the tune of ₹ 300 crore was slapped on the remaining quarries depending upon the quantum of violations in mining stones, which were converted into stones for basement, M-sand and blue metal. When asked about the reason behind the delay in re-opening the stone quarries that had unprecedentedly jacked-up construction material cost, Minister for Backward Class Welfare … [Read more...] about Permission sought to reopen stone quarries
Two carpenters P. Murugesan, 50, of Andalpuram and G. Jagadeesan, 35, of Jaihindpuram , were electrocuted when they were working in the open using some gadgets near Andalpuram West Street during the heavy rains that lashed the city on Saturday evening, said the police. In a separate incident, two unidentified bodies were found near Periyar Bus Stand. The police said that they are yet to determine the cause of their death. The heavy spell of rain lasted for almost an hour resulting in inundation of low-lying areas. Commuters faced difficulties in travelling through arterial roads and places such as Panagal Road, Simmakkal, Periyar Bus Stand, South Gate, Kamarajar Salai, Kurivikaransalai, Munichalai, South Veli Street, Swami Sannadhi, Thalavai Agraharam near Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple, Avaniapuram, Villapuram, Arapalayam, Madurai airport etc. Heavy showers were recorded in various parts of the city, including Tiruparakundram, Nagamalai Pudukottai, Thoppur, Tirumangalam, … [Read more...] about Two carpenters electrocuted
Farmers stage a demonstration in Thoothukudi on Monday. | Photo Credit: N. RAJESH Urging the Union Government to increase the number of working days in the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Programme from the existing 150 days to 200 days a year and the day’s wages to ₹ 600, the CITU activists staged a demonstration in front of the Collectorate here on Monday. Led by district secretary of Tamil Nadu Vivasaayigal Sangam P. Mayakrishnan, the protestors raised slogans to highlight their prime demand of upwardly revising the number of working days a year from 150 days to 200 days as giving employment to the rural poor less than 50% of every calendar year was not sufficient for them to feed their families thrice a day. Moreover, the existing daily wages under the MNREGP should be revised from ₹ 225 to ₹ 600 a day as the unprecedented inflation and skyrocketing prices of essential commodities had hit hard the below poverty line families. Moreover, the MNREGP scheme … [Read more...] about CITU demands 200 working days, increased wages of ₹ 600 a day under MNREGP