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  • 29th May, 2020 DNA India
    • Vehicles move in snail?s speed at Delhi - Ghaziabad border
      Vehicles move in snail’s speed at Delhi-Ghaziabad border - Delhi-Ghaziabad border was jam packed with vehicles on May 29. Vehicles were seen moving in snail’s pace at the border. Ghaziabad administration sealed border with Delhi again on May 25 over increasing COVID-19 cases. Only movement of people with passes is allowed apart from emergency service providers.
    • Rain lashes parts of Delhi
      Rain lashes parts of Delhi - The national capital witnessed unusual rain accompanied by thunderstorm on May 28. The national capital has been witnessing on and off rains for the past few months. The minimum and maximum temperature was recorded at 27 degree Celsius and 37 degree Celsius respectively.
  • 28th May, 2020 DNA India
  • 27th May, 2020 DNA India
  • 26th May, 2020 DNA India
    • 5 - year - old flies alone from Delhi, mother receives him at Bengaluru airport
      5-year-old flies alone from Delhi, mother receives him at Bengaluru airport - Bearing a “special category” ticket, the boy met his mother after three months at the Kempegowda International Airport, ANI reported.
    • Lockdown 4.0: People go out for cycling, morning walk at Delhi's Rajpath
      Lockdown 4.0: People go out for cycling, morning walk at Delhi's Rajpath - People went out for cycling and walking at Delhi's Rajpath area on May 25 amid lockdown 4.0. Certain relaxations have been provided in the fourth phase of lockdown by Delhi government. As per India Meteorological Department (IMD), maximum temperature of 46.2°C was recorded in the national capital on May 25. According to the Air Quality Index (AQI) data, the major pollutants PM 2.5 at 79 in 'satisfactory' category and PM 10 at 139 in 'moderate' category in the Lodhi Road area.
    • Delhi: Massive fire breaks out in Tughlakabad slums; over 1,000 shanties caught ablaze
      Delhi: Massive fire breaks out in Tughlakabad slums; over 1,000 shanties caught ablaze - According to the most recent updates, the situation is now fully under control and no casualty has been reported so far.
  • 25th May, 2020 DNA India
  • 24th May, 2020 DNA India
  • 23rd May, 2020 DNA India
  • 22nd May, 2020 DNA India
    • Female activist becomes ray of hope for stranded outstation patients in Delhi
      Female activist becomes ray of hope for stranded outstation patients in Delhi - While the country has entered into the fourth phase of the lockdown amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and most people are inside their homes, there are many on the other side waiting for a way to reach back to their loved ones. When returning back to their homes became a big problem and there was no hope to see their loved ones, social activist Yogita Bhayana stepped in to help these people who had come to Delhi for getting treated at various hospitals and now when the OPDs and doors of these hospitals are shut for them, they are just trying to get back to their homes. Speaking to ANI, social activist Yogita Bhayana said, “From day 1 of lockdown, our most vulnerable group were patients who had come to Delhi for seeking treatment in Delhi as they are living in Rain Basera as they had no place to live.” “We found a group which had most of the heart patients, cancer patients and others with burn injuries. Due to this, they are not even able to walk. Firstly, they are poor and secondly, they are with disabilities or problems,” she added. She also urged the administration to prioritise the travel of these outstation patients as they are in need and require urgent care and attention. Bhayana arranged for the buses for them with her own pocket, put in all her hard work and efforts. She also took all the permission from administration to take those buses to other states and send these helpless humans home. The first batch of these buses carrying these outstation patients left from Delhi at around 2:30 am on Monday while the second batch was sent off from Delhi’s Sarai Kale Khan on May 21.
  • 19th May, 2020 DNA India
    • Special train carrying passengers from Jammu arrive in Delhi
      Special train carrying passengers from Jammu arrive in Delhi - Special train carrying passengers from Jammu arrived at New Delhi Railway Station (NDLS) on May 19. All passengers were screened after they reached the railway station, as per guidelines by the government. “We didn’t face any problem while travelling,” a passenger said.
    • Lockdown 4.0: Taxi services resume in Delhi, drivers welcome govt decision
      Lockdown 4.0: Taxi services resume in Delhi, drivers welcome govt decision - Amid the fourth phase of nationwide lockdown, taxi services resumed in Delhi from May 19. Taxi drivers in Delhi are happy and welcomed the decision of the government. The nationwide lockdown has been extended till May 31 with more relaxations. While speaking to ANI, some taxi drivers expressed their feelings. “We welcome the government's decision to resume taxi services. Taxis can operate with only 2 passengers at a time in a car,” a taxi driver said. “We welcome and thank the central government and state government’ decision,” another driver said. Meanwhile, the total number of COVID-19 cases in national capital crossed 10,000-mark.
  • 18th May, 2020 DNA India
    • Special train from Jammu arrives in Delhi, passengers appreciate arrangements
      Special train from Jammu arrives in Delhi, passengers appreciate arrangements - A special train carrying passengers from Jammu Tawi Railway Station (Jammu and Kashmir) arrived at New Delhi Railway Station. One of the passengers, Hina Jain said, “The journey was comfortable, there was no problem. All arrangements were good”. Lockdown 4.0 has been imposed in the country till May 31.
    • Lockdown 4.0: Vehicular movement increases in Delhi
      Lockdown 4.0: Vehicular movement increases in Delhi - As government announced the extension of nationwide lockdown, vehicular traffic increased in the national capital. Meanwhile, vehicular movement was also seen in Thiruvananthapuram city amid coronavirus lockdown on May 18. The nationwide lockdown has been extended till May 31.
  • 17th May, 2020 DNA India
    • Delhi Lockdown: Impact on income, behavioral changes of non - migrant workers
      Delhi Lockdown: Impact on income, behavioral changes of non-migrant workers - The researchers point to the role of extreme fear and media coverage in driving these unprecedented behavioral changes. Throughout the lockdown, 80% of people reported feeling extremely concerned about COVID-19. To demonstrate the unparalleled media coverage of COVID-19, the researchers use Twitter data to show that since March 25, COVID-19 coverage has accounted for more than 56% of all media coverage.
  • 15th May, 2020 DNA India
    • DTC starts bus shuttle services for railway passengers arriving in Delhi
      DTC starts bus shuttle services for railway passengers arriving in Delhi - Delhi Transport Co-operation (DTC) bus shuttle services started for passengers who are arriving from train in New Delhi. “21 buses are in service, the passenger will be dropped at Shivaji Stadium and Ambedkar Stadium in Delhi, from where they will get another changeover,” said a senior manager of Delhi Transport Co-operation. Indian Railways resumed partial train services on May 12. The total number of coronavirus cases stand at 8470 in the national capital.
  • 13th May, 2020 DNA India
  • 12th May, 2020 DNA India
  • 11th May, 2020 DNA India
    • COVID - 19: Cops check passes of commuters at Delhi - UP border amid lockdown 3.0
      COVID-19: Cops check passes of commuters at Delhi-UP border amid lockdown 3.0 - The police personnel checked vehicles at Delhi-UP border on May 11 amid coronavirus lockdown. They checked IDs and passes of people as they commute through the border area. The nationwide lockdown has been extended till May 17, with some relaxations in green, orange and red zones. There are total 3373 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Uttar Pradesh. According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the total number of COVID-19 active cases rose to 41, 472 with 2109 deaths in India.