Los Angeles: Jeffrey Dean Morgan is set to make a comeback to horror genre with adaptation of late British author James Herbert’s novel “Shrine”. The actor, who has featured in popular horror series “The Walking Dead” and “Supernatural”, will play the lead role in the film produced by Screen Gems. According to Deadline, “Shrine” focuses on a disgraced journalist who discovers a series of seemingly divine miracles in a small New England town and uses them to resurrect his career, but the ‘miracles’ may have a much darker source. The film will be written and directed by Evan Spiliotopoulos. Production on the project will begin in February.
Islamabad: Pakistani health officials are battling an outbreak of dengue fever in the South Asian nation, confirming over 10,000 cases and 20 deaths in recent months. More patients with symptoms of dengue fever were arriving Tuesday at hospitals in all major cities, putting a strain on the country’s poor health system. Zafar Mirza, a government adviser on health, says as many as 10,013 dengue cases have so far been reported and that free medical treatment will be provided to patients suffering from illness. The mosquito-borne viral infection kills dozens of people every year in Pakistan. Dengue is a mosquito-borne viral infection found in tropical countries worldwide. It can cause joint pain, nausea, vomiting and a rash, and can cause breathing problems, hemorrhaging and organ failure in severe cases.
NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday said that the water crisis in Delhi was over and claimed that the production was back to normal in the city, a day after the Delhi Jal Board (B) stopped operations at Chandrawal and Wazirabad Water Treatment Plants due to high ammonia levels in the Yamuna. Kejriwal, who is also the DJB Chairman, tweeted: “Crisis over. Water production back to normal.” In another tweet, he congratulated the team at DJB “for handling the water crisis very well yesterday”. “With two water plants shut, it was a big crisis. However, DJB team’s efforts helped reduce its impact.” Also Read – More good air days in Delhi due to Centre’s steps: JavadekarOn Monday, Kejriwal said that the DJB had stopped operations at Chandrawal and Wazirabad Water Treatment Plants due to high ammonia levels in the Yamuna. “High ammonia levels due to industrial waste being dumped into the Yamuna at Panipat has forced Chandrawal and Wazirabad Water Treatment Plants to stop operations. Haryana government has assured Delhi that they will release additional water soon to dilute the presence of ammonia,” Kejriwal tweeted.