NEW DELHI: The New Delhi Municipal Council on Saturday organised ‘Suvidha Camp for information, facilitation and redressal of public grievances at its headquarter NDMC Convention Centre.According to NDMC’s spokesperson, as many as 60 public grievances were received and were resolved on the spot. The most of the grievances of the residents of New Delhi area were pertaining to the Enforcement, Public Health, Civil Engineering, Accounts/Finance, Personnel and Tax Departments. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murder”The 26 teams of various departments alongwith their HODs of NDMC were present to sort out the grievances in the Suvidha camp,” NDMC said in a statement. NDMC Secretary Rashmi Singh urged the citizen of area to avail the facilities of Suvidha Camp to resolve their grievances of civic amenities on every second Saturday of the month and she also mentioned that the issues related to grievances will be resolved on fast track basis. “Regarding information about the online Barat Ghar Booking, Water and Electricity connection has been provided in the Suvidha Camp by setting up a Help Desk,” said Rashmi Singh. First time a women Help Desk was provided in Suvidha Camp on Saturday in which a girl student, who was not able to appear in one exam due to her family problem for which she was not promoted to the next class, attended the suvidha camp alongwith her father and contacted women help desk and was given admission on the spot in Suvidha Camp.
Dennis Rodman, the attention seeker and former NBA player, wants a Nobel Peace Prize in recognition for his recent peacemaking efforts.A few months ago “The Worm” traveled to North Korea with the Harlem Globetrotters, where he met and conversed with the country’s leader, Kim Jong Un and pronounced him a “friend for life.”As a result of the meeting, Rodman feels he should get recognition by the Nobel Committee for trying to mend the relationship between the United States and North Korea. He compared himself to peacemakers such as American civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. and South African social rights activist Desmond Tutu.“My mission is to break the ice between hostile countries,” Rodman told Sports Illustrated in an interview for its annual “Where are they now?” issue.“Why it’s been left to me to smooth things over, I don’t know. Dennis Rodman, of all people. Keeping us safe is really not my job; it’s the black guy’s [that would be President Obama] job. But I’ll tell you this: If I don’t finish in the top three for the next Nobel Peace Prize, something’s seriously wrong.”
Burnley forward Sam Vokes says they are planning to frustrate Chelsea at Turf Moor on Sunday.Chelsea travel to Burnley on Sunday to play Sean Dyche’s side and Vokes has revealed that they plan to frustrate the visitors.Burnley suffered a heavy 5-0 loss last weekend at the hands of Champions Manchester City, while Chelsea are still unbeaten so far in the Premier League this season.Chelsea hat-trick hero Tammy Abraham hopes for more Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Tammy Abraham hopes this season will be his big breakthrough at Chelsea after firing his first hat-trick for the club in Saturday’s 5-2 win at Wolves.Speaking ahead of the game, Vokes told Sky Sports: “You obviously have to look at the opposition and we do a lot of analysis before the game, but we know what they’re about and how they play,”“It’s just important for us to look at how we play against them and concentrate on ourselves, especially at home we need to take the game to them.”“I’m sure they’ll be looking at coming here with confidence after their start to the season so for us it’s about frustrating them, getting into them and making it a game for ourselves.”