Large Trees block view of traffic signboards

Large Trees block view of traffic signboards

Mohali: Signboards are supposed to provide directions to road users but many of them in the Mohali district are not serving that purpose as they are partially obstructed by trees and shrubs.
Most of the residents stated that many of the signboards located along roads like in Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3 to YPS ( Mohali Village Road- Diplast Chowk, Diplast Chowk To Madanpur, Madanpur Road to YPS) were partially hidden by large trees.
“The view of the signboards is partially blocked and motorists passing by the area are not able to read the directions.
Residents and motorists suggested that the Municipal Corporation should either prune the trees or move the signboards,” for proper visibility.
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VK Bhawra is new Punjab DGP

Chandigarh: CM Charanjit Channi approves the appointment of 1987 batch IPS officer out of a panel of three officers shortlisted by the Union Public Service Commission.
The other two officers in the panel were Dinkar Gupta and Prabodh Kumar.
Punjab government order says, “On the consideration of the panel received from Union Public Service Commission, Governor of Punjab is pleased to appoint Viresh Kumar Bhawra, IPS, as Director General of Police, Punjab (Head of Police Force). His term shall be for a minimum period of two years from the date of assumption of office in pursuance of the orders of the Supreme Court dated July 3, 2018.”

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I am positive, but I am not dying- Sonu Nigam

Mumbai: Singer Sonu Nigam says he, along with his wife Madhurima and son Nevaan, has tested positive for COVID-19 and are currently under home quarantine in Dubai.

The 48-year-old singer shared his diagnosis on social media, adding he is doing well and is asymptomatic.

Nigam said he was scheduled to travel to India for a show, the plans for which fell apart as he repeatedly tested positive for the virus.

“I am COVID positive right now. I am in Dubai, I had to come to India to perform in Bhubaneswar and to shoot for ‘Super Singer’ season 3, which is when I got tested and the result came positive. I got myself retested again and again, but still turned out positive. I feel we will have to live with it.

“Many times, I have performed at concerts while being down with viral fever, having a bad throat or congestion. This feels a lot better than that, I am positive, but I am not dying. Even my throat is fine,” he said.

The singer said in the video that his sister-in-law has also tested positive and revealed that more people in the film industry have contracted COVID-19, including music composer Jeet Ganguly and lyricist Raj Shekhar.

Nigam said he feels bad for those who may have to face losses because of him but was thankful to singer Shaan and music composer Anu Malik, who stepped in to perform in Bhubaneswar and shoot for the show, respectively. “You have to be careful but not scared. This is spreading quickly and causing panic. I feel bad for those of us, who recently began working, we now have to sit at home again, for theatre people, movie makers…” he added.