Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar said on Nov 27 that people like Kangana Ranaut are trying to turn Courts arena into a political rivalry. "Everyone is surprised that an actress who lives in Himachal, comes here and calls our Mumbai 'PoK' such 'do takke ke log' want to turn Court's arena into a political rivalry, it's wrong," said Kishori Pednekar. Bombay High Court set aside BMC notices to Kangana Ranaut issued on September 07 and 09, calls demolition at her place as action with malafide intent.
People in Dharamshala woke up to a chilly morning after Dhauladhar range received fresh snowfall. Temperature dipped in Dharamshala. Mountain lovers enjoyed bonfire. Minimum temperature will touch 7 degree Celsius in hill city, according to IMD. Himachal's Dharamshala, a famous tourist destination, is among ideal places to witness snowfall.
Gayathiri, an avid pet lover, has special love for dogs. Gayathiri, an IT employee, had utmost affection for the furry friends since childhood but due to her academics and busy schedule, she couldn't adopt one. Amid COVID-19, she is working from home therefore she decided to adopt a dog from rescue home. She adopted a handicapped Pomeranian dog as it was struggling to walk after injuries. With the help of her father, they designed a wheel chair for the dog. Father-daughter duo decided to adopt this handicapped dog as this dog was not adopted by anyone.
In the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 29 during his Mann Ki Baat 2.0, part 18 said that any kind of laxity with COVID-19 is very dangerous. "After getting out of the lockdown phase, discussion has commenced on vaccine. But any kind of laxity with coronavirus is still very dangerous. We have to firmly keep fighting against the virus," said PM Modi.
Himachal Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) started Shimla-Delhi bus services, months after it was stopped amid COVID-19 pandemic. Buses are sanitised and masks are mandatory due to coronavirus. Ramanand Thakur, in-charge of HRTC said, "Only 5 buses from Shimla to Delhi are being run as of now. All precautions are being taken, all buses are being sanitised. All staff and passengers are wearing masks. This is festive season so passengers and we will be benefitted." The inter-state bus services in Delhi started from Nov 04.
The Himachal Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) incurred huge loss amid COVID-19. Lack of inter-state service has also impacted tourism in hill state. Speaking to ANI, Transport Minister of Himachal Pradesh, Bikram Thakur said, "Till date HRTC has incurred loss of Rs 1,387 crore which includes loss of previous year (2019) which was around Rs 154 crore. Amid coronavirus total 728 inter-state bus services are suspended in HP.