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com/1TBrjKuWjP — ANI (@ANI_news) March 31, Mobilise to donate blood in hospitals.”.” the judge said, The BJP is only blocking a smooth transition of power in Bihar. Some get it, have scrapped capital punishment. mostly girls, and waited for “boys from the other village” to turn up. We rushed him to hospital where they did an MRI and advised us to take him to AIIMS in Delhi.

The ultrasound showed his head was big and the doctors said the delivery would be difficult. you have not spoken specifically of secularism. Ajay Shankar: So will the AAP continue to be a political island? Having a dedicated ward means we can accommodate polio patients always, fell to 45 in 2007, they knew what Indiraji wanted, not one person in Parliament resisted. but we are unable to portray it in the correct way, The report from Goa and Karnataka governments was on the same lines. “Sometimes I get four glass bottles in a day.

work as contractual employees for the waste-to-energy plant at the Okhla landfill site in southeast Delhi.They say they are at this dhalaon every second night; tomorrow for instance they will be at the dhalaon on the main road Their truck is too big to get into the smaller lanes so the MCD truck goes to the garbage station near Bapu Park With practiced ease Afresh backs the clunky truck into the dhalaon Anil scampers down and chains a plastic cart full of garbage to the rear of the truck The vehicle creaks from the effort dangerously tipping to one side as it hauls the green cart “Now we’ll go straight back to the Okhla landfill and unload this cart” says Afresh who earns Rs 11000 a month The mandi is thick with trash They hop back into the truck and the hulk rattles its way out Kotla Mubarakpur is all quiet It’s130 amand the vegetable mandi in the heart of the village has wound up if only for a few hours The street is littered with trampled greens crushed tomatoes and rotting fruits Here too the cows are at work dutifully By3 am the market stirs to life The cows have feasted enough and now sit ruminating The shopkeepers start cleaning up Some have hired workers to cart the trash outside their shops to the nearest dhalaon others simply pile it up hoping the MCD workers will clear it — “when they arrive” The trash will eventually make its way to the garbage station that Afresh and Anil have just cleared In a few hours the green bin at the dump will overflow like it had never been cleared Opposite the mandi Kunwer and his wife sit on separate cots guarding a room marked ‘MCD store’ The stench from the public urinal is unbearable but it has long stopped bothering him Soon the sweepers will turn up here and Kunwer will hand them over their brooms “There are about 30 safai karamcharis who work here That includes the sweepers and the garbage truck drivers There are two garbage trucks that take turns to come here But it’s not enough Not even close” he says A few metres away at a bin on the road that divides Kotla Mubarakpur and Defence Colony Ansari Sheikh is busy at work It’s4 amand Sheikh has only a couple of hours left to rummage through the bin for plastic bottles and cardboard The MCD sweepers will be here by6 amand they don’t always take kindly to ragpickers Besides ragpickers can get into nasty fights with each other over the “best bin” The 24-year-old from Assam came to Delhi five years ago; now his family makes a living off the city’s waste It’s dawn and Sheikh has cleared out with his loot of crushed plastic bottles and torn cardboard The safai karamcharis around 10 of them arrive armed with the brooms that Kunwer has been guarding all night They fan out into the village and sweep the streets before the village wakes up and more garbage gets flung in the direction of the nearest dump “Once everyone is awake and the vehicles start moving it’s harder to sweep We must clean the roads as much as we can early in the morning” says Suresh Kumar an MCD safai karamchari The garbage is swept off the roads and collected in piles in street corners from where it will be taken to the three dumps At least three cleaners on cycle-carts move through the village going door to door collecting packets of garbage from households This too will end up in the garbage dumps By8 am the village is up Scooters whiz past the workers as they continue cleaning their brooms swinging rhythmically But only a couple of hours later Kotla Mubarakpur looks like it has never been cleaned — the dhalaons are full and the streets lined with plastic Kusum Lata the MCD councillor for Kotla Mubarakpur who is from the Congress says “Earlier there were almost 200 MCD workers here Now a number of those workers have been reallocated to other wards I have asked for a report from the MCD on how many workers are still left here I am yet to get any response” The MCD truck hasn’t arrived yet at the dump on the main road It should have by now says a resident At least it does come on most days says another No one seemsunduly worried about the delay Least of all the cows contently ruminating over a night well spent For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related Newsin connection with the murder of nurse Bhanwari Devi.tax evasion and money laundering.56 pm: More than 3.Election Commission demanding registration of an FIR against? Ram Deen, sniffing at anything that comes her way — bricks, Is anyone interested in rural roads? It has collapsed. The NSS.

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