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A family in abject poverty who’d spend every single pie on the treatment of their seven year old son DIVYANSHU who was burned by the impact of the current of high tension wire in Saraswati Vihar, Dehradun, now addmitted in Intensive Care Unit of Kailash hospital, having lost his full right hand is humbly appealing to the general public for financial support as the treatment requies about 11 lakh rupees.

The father of Divyanshu has so far paid Rs 4 to 5 lakhs to the hospital and left with nothing as he is earning a meagre monthly salary in his capacity as a driver in a private school. According to Arun Raturi a native of district Tehri Garhwal the local MLA of Raipur, Dehradun and the government of the state has so far not given a single pie as financial assistence or monetary compensation to the severely injured victim whose right hand got completely amputated n groaning in intolerable pain. Divyanshu is fighting the war between life and death in Kailash Hospital, Dehradun in extreme critical situation.

It may be recalled that on 6th of October after coming in contact with 11000 volt high tension wire 7 year old Divyanshu was horribly burnt and got his right hand amputated on 17th October, 2017. Under the care and constant monitoring of burns’ specialist Dr. Harish Chandra Ghildiyal at Kailash hospital Divyanshu’s treatment requires about 10 to 11 lakhs. The hapless family has already paid 4 to 5 lakhs having literally, nothingin their possesion except miseries. The family is in utter distress and have humbly requested for financial assistence for saving the life of their seven year old son battling for life.
Plz Donate for Divyanshu’s life:-
BANK NAME State Bank of India
A/C NAME Daulat Singh Kandari
A/C NUMBER 32828377469
BRANCH Dehradun main branch
4, Convent road

(Divyanshu’s Father)
2) ARUN RATURI: maternal uncle 9990671441

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Several organisations unite to discuss on clean environment. Ecological dialogue of GFI was a grand success.



Several organisations of Uttarakhand and enlightened individuals gathered together enthusiastically and discussed about the increasing pollution and subsequent danger to the human lives at Chandigarh on 17th afternoon for three hours incessantly and came to a conclusion that such significant interactive sessions should be continued in future as well to consistently awaken the people at large about out deteriorating ecology and ways and means to get out of the increasing environmental pollution that has made our lives literally hell in almost every, city, town and the metropolices of our country now extending its ugly influence in villages and rural areas of the contry too, which once used to be our lungs giving us fresh Oxygen in abundance and making our lives healthy, strong and sturdy.

But today, we have been surrounded by polluted environment having several hundred percent increase in SPM in the air and rivers slowly and steadily converting into drains full of pollutants, plastics, chemicals and poision of factories and tanneries. Polluted Ganges and its entire tributaries like Yamuna and several other rivers are the best examples exhibiting these disturbing trends, where, despite the government and World bank’s wasting hundreds of thousands of crores since several years the situation is still to square one.

The mountains are burning. Our flora and fauna are on the extinction and huge hydropower projects still displacing people and taking their tolls compounded with destroying and disturbing the ecology of the Himalayan regions and the rural villages compelling the wild life to attack the human beings and making them, their regular preys.

The increasing use of plastics, globally, has vitiated the environment badly and if the use of plastic is continued unabatedly the time is not far when our oceans wull assume the shape of plastic mountains. A single plastic bottle and its lid takes 300 and 500 years respectively, to perish. Such is the ugly ill affect of the use of plastics which should be given up using other alternatives that are soluble in water and easily perishable like paper bags etc.

The climate change have also changed the pattern and cycle of monsoon, summer, springs and winter seasons thus throwing hazardous influence on the peoples’ health and the flora and fauna of the country.

Under the guise of revolutionery development our metropolises, cities and towns are converting into the jungles of concretes with millions n millions of cemented hi tech flats coming up but completely devoid of trees and greeneries.

The emissions of gases from the billions of air conditioners, fuels, cars, trucks and dust pollution from the construction activites have added to the already deepening environmental crisis in the offing.

The himalayan glaciers are melting with a rapid speed and have already shifted 48 klms backwards due to increasing global warming as a result of rampant green house emisions worldwide with the developed countries imposing their muscular and money oriented dominance on the developing countries, not to speak against them.

The discussion titled ” ECOLOGICAL DIALOGUE ” was quite successful as journalists, social activists, Retired Army Officers, academicians and theatre activists expressed their views and opinions in details and urged for more such healthy interactive debates on environment. Prominent amongst those who spoke on the ocassion were sr Journalists Suresh Nautiyal, Sunil Negi, Ishwar Chand Dhyani and Mr. Gulati of The Tribune, Chr, Dr. Vinod Nautiyal, Intl green activist, Colonel Parmar, Major Onkar Uttarakhandi, Bhagwan Chand, Mr. Aswal, Sundliji and others.

Prior to the event 5 Neem saplings were planted at the Tribune park in Chandigarh. The host was Green Forum India.
Sunil Negi, President, Uttarakhand Journalists Forum

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Negi’s health condition deteriorated while in a shooting/ Rushed to hospital



The legendary singer of Uttarakhand popularly known as GARH RATN Narendra Singh Negi’s physical condition deteriorated on Friday while he was busy in a shooting in Garhwal, Uttarakhand. According to the latest news pouring in, Negi was engaged in a shooting at a hill location in Ramni Gaon in Chamoli Garhwal when all of a sudden he felt dizzyness and symptons of demolarisation.

Thereafter he vomitted repeatedly. On finding his deteriorating health condition going awry a team of doctors from the nearest CHC valley were rushed to the shooting spot. He was thereafter shifted to a local hospital and is currently covalescing.

Just a week ago Narendra Singh Negi was in Lansedowne with his wife Usha Negi in an annual function of LOSA. Though he was looking sound but his frail body look gave the impression that all is not good with his health. It may be recalled that Negi underwent a severely complicated cardiac surgery few months ago in Fortis Hospital Dehradun after having suffered a massive heart attack.

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A brave woman who fought the maneater should be recommended for president’s bravery award



There is a news about a very brave woman of Srinagar Garhwal’s Gahard village namely Mamta Devi who was attacked by a maneater (leopard) while she was washing the clothes. Mamta, however, exhibited extraordinary courage and instead of being demoralised or terrorised put a brave fight with the predator and stoned him to death after repeated stoning as per the information of Vipin Pant an NGO activist.

This is undoubtedly an extraordinary act of outstanding bravery by a woman of immense courage who uncaring for her life bravely fought the maneater and stoned it to death. WOW.

She should be recommended for the President’s bravery award by the state government. The Uttarakhand Journalists Forum appeals to the chief minister of Uttarakhand Trivendra Singh Rawat to take note of this incident of outstanding bravery of ahousewife and financially compensate and reward Mamta Devi of Gahard Gaon near Shrinagar Garhwal.

It’s infact disturbing to note that the dreaded incidents of leopard attacks in Garhwal and Kumaon divisions of Uttarakhand are on rapid increase with number of casualties on the rise and the government of the state literally doing nothing to ensure the safety of the human beings and initiating steps to capture these maneaters who are more than 150 in Uttarakhand, may be the number might have increased by now.

What is more disturbing is the fact that unlike in other forests these maneaters have now come nearer to human settlements in Uttarakhand and are constantly making the human’ their easy prey, ever third day. In just last one week several incidents of maneater attacks and subsequent casualties have come to our knowledge.

The situation now has come to such a sorry pass that the forest department and the wild life officers including the minister concerned should seriously work on this matter as maneater casualties have gone beyond control, in the Uttarakhand hills.

Since 2000 after achieving statehood about 600 people have lost their lives in the maneater, leopard attacks and about 31 hundred injured, many of them grievously.

This spree of attacks unfortunately in still on, rather more speedily. The lives of the people whose houses are on roadside, in isolated places and near the jungles have become completely vulnerable.

Maneaters are entering house compounds and grabbing human beings, literally dragging them to the nearby jungles thereafter, thus killing them on the spot without any fear or terror of human attack.

It is incumbent of the state government to come out with a concrete policy and plan of action on these casualties so that the maneaters are tranqualised and captured in cages or if need be killed, as humans are more important than tigers, we believe, if they are killing us so rampantly. What’s your take, friends?

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