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Indian Railways commissions first waste to energy plant in Bhubneshwar

Indian Railways has commissioned the country's first govt waste to energy plant in Mancheswar Carriage Repair workshop at Bhubneshwar under the East Coast Railway zone. The Ministry of Railways, in a statement, stated that this Waste to Energy Plant, a patented technology called "Polycrack", is the first of its kind in Indian Railways and fourth in India. It is the first patented heterogeneous catalytic process that converts multiple feedstocks into hydrocarbon liquid fuels, gas, carbon, and water. Src:

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Six more arrested in connection with Lohardaga violence in Jharkhand

The Jharkhand police have arrested six more persons in connection with the violence in Lohardaga that occurred on January 23 during a march conducted by the BJP and Vishva Hindu Parisad in support of the CAA. As per media reports, so far, the total number of persons arrested in the case stands at 22. Curfew was imposed in the area a day after violence erupted on January 23 in the Lohardaga area after violence during a march when some miscreants hurled stones at the yatra at Amla Toli. Src:

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CBI warns public against rumours regarding its internship scheme

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has issued an advisory to the general people to be vigilant against emails and advertisements regarding the agency's internship scheme. CBI, in its release, stated that certain instances of fraudulent advertisements and emails relating to the CBI Internship Scheme have come to the agency's notice. The release added that these are being spread on some platforms to attract young professionals. Src:

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Yogi Adityanath directs disciplinary action against 2 fire officials in Mathura

In Uttar Pradesh's Lucknow city, CM Yogi Adityanath has directed departmental disciplinary action against the Chief Fire Officer and Fire Officer of Mathura for allegedly ignoring set standards while certifying firefighting equipment. As per media reports, the officers had given the NOC to the builder, ignoring the standards in the fire arrangements in the Heritage Green Building, a multi-story building in the Vrindavan area. A person living in the same building had a complaint about this matter. Src:

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