Kanpur: Coronavirus has gripped common people's minds intensely. This is evidently clear from the fact of their confinement in the respective houses. A group of residents pointed out that they were compelled to follow precautions whatever they can possibly do while reacting on the query regarding steps pursued by them after the spread of deadly virus here on Friday.
KANPUR: Despite cloudy weather, there is a sunny day. The air is not hot but cold and damp. This might be the reason for the minimum temperature staying at18 degrees Celsius on Thursday.
The last ten days of the third month of March signals of the spring season when the flowers are blooming best at its spectacle and trees begin to grow and reproduce. The days grow longer and the temperature in most areas become more temperate.
KANPUR: On the last day of examination of class 12th commerce stream the parents' waiting for their respective wards at the girls' college reacted quite differently. It was worth documenting.
One guardian said: "Aaj Barah Saal Ki Tapasya Puri Ho Gayi (today completes 12 years penance)." Another stated: "This college teaches English proficiently." Third one told: "Students studying at such ideal institutions do not prepare for exams under pressure." The fourth one could not control himself in uttering that now the students would remember of their days passed at the college.
KANPUR: Very appearance of the thundering plane high in the sky during the afternoon astounded kids in Jajmau area on Friday. As the planes flew past the densely populated area they tried to fathom why it was creating a thunderous sound. They fail to understand that the planes' speed was extremely fast, even more than the speed of sound.
The kids offering Friday prayer at the mosques left the row and began to look at the sky where the planes were hovering with a thunderous sound. Their run for viewing the planes exhibited an urge hidden in the heart.
Bhopal, Jan 2 (PTI) The Congress-affiliated Seva Dal on Thursday distributed a book on Hindutva ideologue Veer Savarkar, questioning his credentials as a patriot and his reputation for valour, drawing criticism from the BJP.
The Hindi book, distributed at an ongoing camp of the Seva Dal here, was titled "Veer Savarkar, Kitne 'Veer'?" (How brave was `Veer' Savarkar?).
The book alleged that Savarkar received money from the British after he was released from Andaman's Cellular Jail.
Kanpur: Just at 1:25 in the afternoon on Tuesday the sunshine brought a smile on faces of the residents huddled behind the doors. It was not a brighter sunny day but the respite was surely there. They rushed to the open spots for getting some sun rays.
Kanpur: Like other markets, there also arranges an open market of flowers on the roadside in the Panchakki area here from morning till noon. It is a daily market where rose and marigold flowers are commonly sold in retail. The customers flock the market for buying the small-sized flowers in red and yellow. White-coloured Chrysanthemum remains available but not in ample quantity.
Kanpur: Skull-capped Abdul Ali is a mature man. His views always reflect what he feels genuinely on any particular or general topic. With increasing age and burgeoning responsibility, there came enough changes in his life. He has now become more spiritual and attends the gathering of the people deeply immersed in religious beliefs. Those who have seen him from the youthful days do startle by his changed attitude.
Kanpur: This city's JAJMAU is still famous for the leather business despite all the ups and downs. There is a simple tendency among the business community who never ever appears satisfied with the pace of their business. This propensity is not even denied by the young businessmen of the area.
Kanpur: The news spread like a wildfire when a viral video of the recuperation of hidden gold like coins from a field in a village Badagaon Bheeki near Derapur in Kanpur Dehat district. The police are looking for the field's owner and the Bataidar. It is also reported that a few of the coins were even sold to a goldsmith.
As the report regarding the coins reached the administrative level SDM Deepali Bhargava sent the police in the village.