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Published on Aug 18, 2022 08:41 AM IST
Delhi is unlikely to get showers until August 20 when the monsoon trough is expected to shift closer towards northern India again
The house help used to steal gold ornaments from her employers, with the police saying she struck at around 100 houses,and faces 26 cases in NCR districts alone.
Published on Aug 18, 2022 08:13 AM IST
Proust questionnaire with a fellow citizen.
Updated on Aug 18, 2022 02:54 AM IST
To accelerate the coverage of booster doses, the Delhi government will set up at least 58 mobile vaccination camps across the city, officials said.
Harshit, 21, was arrested on Wednesday, a day after a 70-year-old woman and her 48-year-old daughter-in-law were found murdered at their residence in northeast Delhi’s Welcome area.
Among these, 50 have already been repaired, officials said.
The Delhi deputy CM, without taking names, alleged that the Delhi police and some officials had taken the decision to provide the Rohingyas permanent residence in the city on the instructions of Lieutenant Governor V K Saxena and at the behest of the Union government.
The plan, Kejriwal said, would help establish India as the world’s 'number one country', adding that the national campaign will focus on public health care, free education and jobs among five specific areas.
Justice Asha Menon directed Delhi Police to complete the investigation against Shahnawaz Hussain within three months and file a report in the trial court.
Some of the cases date back to 2010, officials aware of the development said.
On the first day of phase four of the Common University Entrance Test, technical glitches led to the National Testing Agency (NTA) cancelling exams at 13 centres, mostly in the Capital
Living in exile as refugees in Delhi since 2012, these people live in 53 ‘enclosures’ -- each one with four makeshift walls covered with bed sheets or tarpaulin.
Officials said that municipal corporation-run helplines have received calls from residents inquiring about proper methods to dispose of the Tricolour, while zonal offices said they have received a few damaged pieces
The woman said she was not able to note down the bike’s registration number. The bag, she said, contained her mobile phone, bank and other cards and some cash.
The multi-level car parking area has facilities for vehicles waiting for pick-up, such as F&B counters, ATMs, washrooms, a baby care room, a waiting lounge and mobile charging stations
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the aim of the 'Make India No 1' mission is to make India the No 1 country in the world. "Every citizen of this country...130 crore people... have to be connected to this mission," Kejriwal said.
Updated on Aug 17, 2022 01:58 PM IST
Harshit Sabarwal | Edited by Chandrashekar Srinivasan, New Delhi
- A network of warehouses is set to be laid across NCR. In the first phase, three warehouses will be built on the Delhi-Meerut route - at Modipuram, Duhai and Jangpura.
The maximum temperature in the city on Wednesday will remain around 35°C while the minimum temperature could be around 25°C
Into the world of a nankhatai seller.
Published on Aug 17, 2022 03:58 AM IST
The initiative was expected to be a game-changer at a time when the government was focused on making India a developed country, Goyal said.
Officials said that initially two Belgian Malinois dogs have been recruited, with more to be added based on the requirement.
The Delhi shopping festival is scheduled to be held from January 28 to February 26, 2023.
The protocols will ensure that cases of seasonal viral infections are taken care of at primary and secondary facilities, and are not referred to major hospitals, officials said.
The river’s water level fell to 203.96 metres at 4pm on Tuesday, well below the warning level of 204.5 metres. However, it climbed again, rising to 204.34 metres as of 8pm on Tuesday after rain in Haryana and other regions north of Delhi.
Some 100 birds were treated for wounds from manjha at Jain Bird Hospital in Chandni Chowk on August 15-16. While the figure may have dropped slightly from last year, where over 120 injured birds were treated, the figure still remains high.
The petitioner, Ashish Kumar Srivatsava, said in his plea that the public may be affected if Satyendar Jain, a minister of state, issued directions that he 'does not remember'.
Delhi has logged an average of 1,906 infections each day over the past week. This number, known as the case trajectory, has dipped from 2,185 a week ago, highlighting a possible slowdown in daily infections.
The Capital woke up to overcast, windy conditions on Tuesday. The clouds made way to sunshine in parts but returned in the afternoon, bringing rain in isolated parts of the capital.
Bobby Kataria was booked for alleged violation of security and safety measures based on a complaint filed at the Indira Gandhi International Airport Police Station on August 13 by Jasbir Singh, Manager Legal and Company Affairs of SpiceJet, officials said.
Published on Aug 16, 2022 11:07 PM IST