Revenue from operations rose 7.5% to 301 crore
Chennai Petroleum Corp said it had cut crude processing by a quarter at its 201,000 barrels per day Manali refinery, following an order by the Tamil Nadu state pollution control board
Furthermore, a mobile CAAQM system was also stationed in Manali to monitor the air quality, TNPCB chairperson M Jayanthi said and added that the ground measures will continue till August 12.
BHPian AdityaDeane recently shared this with other enthusiasts. As a replacement for my Triber I was looking for a Tata Aria 4x4, but I was running out of time and could not find a worthy example within my limited budget and leave constraints. So, on 23rd of June I bought a Blue 2009 Maruti Suzuki A-Star ZXi MT from Maruti Suzuki True Value with roughly 64K on the odo. A Navy person driven car with all Service Records etc. Finally, after a lot of search and bargaining, was able to find a decent 2011 Tata Aria Prestige 4x4 in Sardinia Red from Chandigarh Tricity region, and purchased it at a good price, with a shade over 1.14K kilometres on the odometer. Will start an ownership thread after spending some time with the car. Initial observations from my drive between Tricity to Manali:-The interior is quite similar to the Triber, and it feels like sitting in a bigger and more capable Triber!Interior leg room is good for all rows!The ride quality is exceptional, especially on the broken roads and over highway undulations.The AC is very good, the front AC was more than enough to keep us comfortable in the cabin for most times. Having Auto AC is an added bonus!The primary reason for choosing an Aria was the flat folding seats for using the vehicle as a Campervan for nearby weekend trips, this was missing in the 60% seat of the Triber. The roof box storages are added bonus for keeping small items. Read BHPian comments for more insights and information.
TNPCB chairperson M Jayanthi and member secretary R Kannan had visited several localities in Tiruvottiyur and Manali areas where complaints of LPG odour were reported.
A 34-year-old man who had attended a stag party in Manali recently was the first reported case of monkeypox in Delhi, and was discharged on Monday.
A Delhi-based man with no history of foreign travel has tested positive for the monkeypox virus. However, the 31-year-old man had attended a stag party recently in Manali, Himachal Pradesh. This is the fourth case of the disease being reported in India. The WHO had on July 23 declared monkeypox a global public health emergency of international concern.
Himachal Pradesh is a state which is associated with many religious texts like Ramayana, Mahabharata etc. The state is also famous for many mythological stories and temples. One of these is the Hidimba Devi temple. Present in Manali, Himachal Pradesh, this temple is dedicated to Hidimba Devi, the wife of Bhima of the Indian epic Mahabharata. It is a popular temple not only in Manali but in the whole of Himachal Pradesh. Any tourist who goes to visit Manali reaches to visit this temple. In this article, we are going to tell you some interesting information related to this temple. Let's know. What is the history of Hidimba Temple? This ancient temple is surrounded by deodar trees near the town of Dungri near the Himalayan Mountains. According to the legend, when Bhima and the Pandavas were on their way from Manali, they had given Hidimba the responsibility of looking after the kingdom. Another story is that when her son Ghatotkach grew up, giving him the burden of the kingdom, she went to the forest to meditate. After many years her prayer was successful and the goddess attained glory. The temple was built by Maharaja Bahadur Singh at this place. The mythological story of Hidimba Devi? Hidimba was the wife of Bhima, the second brother of the Pandavas. It is said that Hidimba was a demonic being who lived in this area along with her brother Hidimb. It is said that she swore that she would marry whoever defeated my brother Hidimb in the battle. After some time the Pandavas reached here at the time of exile and there was a fight with Hidimb and Hidimb was defeated in the battle. Hidimba and Bhima got married after the war. Interesting facts about Hidimba Temple The Hidimba temple is said to have been built in the pagoda style. Being built in the pagoda style, it is very popular among tourists. Let us tell you that this temple is not made of stone but made of wood. This temple has four terraces. The bottom three roofs are made of pine wood and the top is made of metal. The door of this temple is also of wood. There is a picture of an animal and flower leaf on the door, which is believed to be a form of Hidimba. Festival is organized Yes, a huge festival is also organized here every year. This festival is organized near this temple in the month of Shravan. It is said that this festival is celebrated in the memory of Raja Bahadur Singh. It is said that this fair is held after the paddy transplantation is completed. Local people believe that the construction of this temple is more than 500 ancient. Image Credit:(@sutterstocks) Disclaimer Your skin and body are different just like you. We endeavour to bring you accurate, safe and expertly verified information through our articles and social media handles but still consult your doctor before trying any home remedy, hack or fitness tip.
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