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Some states like Rajasthan, Maharastra, Delhi etc which have banned firecrackers this Diwali.

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Due to twin issues of Covid-19 and air air pollution, a lot of states have banned bursting of firecrackers this festive season. While some states have introduced a complete ban, others have solely prohibited the usage of “imported” firecrackers. Meanwhile, few different states are reportedly mulling the same ban. Here’s a listing of some states the place firecrackers have been banned, in a single kind or one other, this Diwali season:

(1.) Rajasthan: Chief minister Ashok Gehlot tweeted on Monday his authorities has taken the choice to ban the sale and bursting of firecrackers to defend the well being of Covid-19 sufferers, in addition to to defend the general public from the toxic smoke emanating from the firecrackers. The state authorities has additionally introduced a penalty of Rs 2,000 on anybody discovered violating the order.

(2.) Odisha: A day after Rajasthan, the Odisha authorities, too, introduced a ban on the sale of bursting firecrackers, from November 10-30. In an order, Odisha chief secretary AK Tripathy stated, “Any individual discovered violating this order shall be punished underneath the supply of the Disaster Management Act, 2005, and different related legal guidelines.

(3.) Sikkim: On Wednesday, the Sikkim authorities additionally introduced a blanket ban on firecrackers to safeguard the well being of Covid-19 sufferers and those that have recovered from the illness. “The number of cases has been on the decline and it was felt the use of firecrackers would increase air pollution that could be hazardous for Covid-19 patients,” a notification signed by chief secretary SK Gupta stated.

(4.) Delhi: The nationwide capital, which perennially witnesses poisonous smog in days after Diwali, can be dealing with Covid-19 this time. Amid an enormous surge in contemporary every day infections in current days, together with report highs, chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday introduced a ban on the usage of all firecrackers until November 30.

(5.) West Bengal: Also on Thursday, the Calcutta High Court banned the usage of firecrackers within the state on Kali Puja, Diwali and Chhath Puja to examine the unfold of Covid-19 within the state. “The court has banned the sale and use of fireworks and crackers during Kali Puja, Diwali and Chhath Puja this year. There would be no immersion processions this year,” stated lawyer Sabya Sachi Chatterjee, who had filed the PIL within the court docket in search of orders to this impact.

(6.)Maharashtra: Maharashtra on Friday issued pointers for curbing the unfold of Covid-19 throughout Diwali, urging residents to keep away from bursting crackers. However, in Mumbai, the state capital’s civic physique, the Brihan Mumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), on Thursday introduced it would ban bursting of firecrackers at public locations within the metropolis. The company additionally warned of penalizing the violators.

Meanwhile, states like Haryana and Madhya Pradesh have banned the sale and distribution of “imported” firecrackers. Karnataka, then again, is reported to be contemplating a ban on the strains of that introduced by Rajasthan.

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Newly launched Oppo F19 boasts truckload of features: See price and specifications

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OPPO has been on an F19 roll of late. A few weeks ago, the F19 Pro and F19 Pro+ totally changed our expectations of what a smartphone priced below Rs 30,000 should be like and its sales numbers were testimony to that. The Pro series registered sales of over 230 crores in the first three days itself. There was over 70% growth in the first-day sale volume when compared to its predecessor, F17 Pro. And now comes the F19, which totally changes our perception of what a phone below Rs 20,000 should deliver.

This F19 brings a truckload of features under the hood. In fact, the moment you see the F19, you will be surprised at how incredibly sleek and lightweight it is. This is not the sort of design you get to see even at higher price points. Right from the beautifully crafted back and slim sides to the beautiful AMOLED display that delivers a 90.8 per cent screen to body ratio, a carefully placed punch hole that is a mere 3.688 mm large to ensure that your viewing experience is not disrupted, the F19 radiates class and attention to detail. It is easy to hold and has a very comfortable in-hand feel.

What’s amazing is that even with this slim and sleek design, OPPO has packed a massive 5000 mAh battery into the F19 and it is no mere run-of-the-mill 5000 mAh battery either. It will not only keep the phone running for more than a day of normal to heavy usage but will also recharge in no time at all thanks to a 33W charger that comes with the support of Flash Charge. In fact, just five minutes of charging will give the OPPO F19 enough to allow you to keep talking for five and a half hours.

Then there is the magnificent 6.43 inch AMOLED display with full HD+ resolution and a staggering 409 ppi pixel density, which makes viewing content a delight, whether you are tuning in to your favourite show on Netflix, browsing the web, or checking your social networks. A powerful multi-core processor combined with an impressive 6GB RAM and 128 GB storage makes multi-tasking and gaming a smooth, lag-free experience. The beautiful display also contains a very swift and secure in-display fingerprint scanner with OPPO’s Fingerprint 3.0 technology, ensuring only you can access your phone and the data on it.

This is an OPPO device. So, you can be assured of some serious photography expertise here. The F19 comes with a triple camera arrangement with a 48-megapixel main sensor, to deliver stunning images and compelling videos. The phone also comes packed with a number of shooting and editing modes to ensure that you can do more with the images and videos that you shoot – and yes, the phone is powerful enough to let you edit video on it. Of course, selfies are exceptional and fun, in best OPPO tradition – this is the brand that made selfies a “thing”, remember? Incidentally, when you start the selfie camera, a ring around the punch hole lights up – now, if that is not cool, we need a new definition of the term.

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