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  • 28th March, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • 'Send us back home': Stranded migrant workers in Delhi
      "Send us back home" – exasperated migrant workers holed up in dingy rooms in south Delhi's Khirki village, which is just a stone throw away from a complex that houses the capital's three busy malls, say. The migrant workers have been battling through the unclean narrow bylanes, limited food supply and policemen who do not allow them to step out even to buy essential items.
    • Coronavirus: Over 480 DIAL staff stationed at Delhi airport for smooth operations
      They are more than 480 in number and are staying at the Delhi airport but in no hurry to leave the place now. They are the staff of DIAL, the operator of the country's largest airport, who are keeping the aerodrome operational for cargo as well as special flights and air force operations apart from carrying out sanitisation work amid the coronavirus outbreak, an official said.
    • Coronavirus lockdown: Mother Dairy doubles supply of fruits, vegetables in Delhi - NCR
      Mother Dairy has doubled its supply of fruits and vegetables in Delhi-NCR at over 300 tonne per day to meet the rising demand amid the nationwide lockdown even as it faces some logistics challenges, a senior company official said. Track live updates on coronavirus here
  • 27th March, 2020 Deccan Herald
  • 26th March, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • Coronavirus lockdown: Many stranded in Delhi without means of sustenance
      With road and rail traffic suspended due to a nation-wide lockdown to combat coronavirus, many people, including migrant workers, are stranded in the national capital without any means of sustenance. Among those stuck in Delhi without any work is Suresh Chaudhary. Follow latest updates on the coronavirus outbreak here
  • 25th March, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • Coronavirus: Functioning of district courts in Delhi suspended till April 15 amid COVID - 19 crisis
      Functioning of all district courts in the national capital was suspended on Wednesday till April 15 due to the 21-day nationwide lockdown by the Centre to check the spread of coronavirus. In a notification issued by the Registrar General of the Delhi High Court, the respective District and Sessions Judges have been directed to permit Judges and other staff officials to work
    • Delhi High Court upholds life term to father for raping daughter, calls his act horrendous & despicable
      The Delhi High Court has upheld the life term awarded to a man by a trial court for raping his daughter, saying the offence was even more "horrendous and despicable" as it was committed by the one who is viewed as a "shield" or "protector" of her dignity and honour. A bench of Justices Manmohan and Sangita Dhingra Sehgal said when sanctity of a father-daughter relationship is
    • Coronavirus: 77 held for violating Section 144 in Delhi
       As many as 77 people were arrested from west Delhi on Tuesday for allegedly violating section 144 of the CrPC imposed in view of the coronavirus outbreak, police said. A total of 77 FIRs have also been registered, they said/ The police said 674 persons have been detained and 66 vehicles seized from west Delhi. Follow live updates of coronavirus cases in India here
  • 24th March, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • No new COVID - 19 case in Delhi in 24 hours: Arvind Kejriwal
      Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday said no new coronavirus case has been reported in the national capital in the last 24 hours and the biggest challenge now is to not let the situation go out of control.
    • Delhi's infant mortality, neonatal mortality rates below national level: Economic Survey
      Delhi's infant mortality and neonatal mortality rates are below the national-level figures, according to the Economic Survey of the national capital. The Delhi government tabled the Economic Survey in the Assembly on Monday. The health sector infrastructure in Delhi comprised 1,432 dispensaries, seven primary health centres, 1,172 nursing homes, 251 maternity homes, 222
  • 23rd March, 2020 Deccan Herald
  • 22nd March, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • Coronavirus: NCP asks MPs to not return to Delhi, help at local areas in COVID - 19 fight
      The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on Sunday asked its MPs to not go back to Delhi and assist government agencies at their local areas in helping citizens to fight coronavirus. The budget session of Parliament is currently in progress and many MPs had returned to their respective constituencies during the weekend. "Request all MPs of NCP - LS & RS not go back to Delhi,
    • Total coronavirus cases in Delhi now 27: Delhi Health Department
      The total number of coronavirus cases in the national capital mounted to 27 on Saturday, according to the Delhi Health Department.  These cases include six people from outside the city -- two from Kolkata and one each from Jammu, Punjab, Rajasthan and Andhra Pradesh. Also Read: Coronavirus India update: State-wise total number of confirmed cases, deaths
  • 21st March, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • Coronavirus: Five - day budget session of Delhi Assembly curtailed to one day
      The five-day Budget Session of the Delhi Assembly will now be held on a single day on March 23 in view of the coronavirus pandemic, a government official said on Saturday. According to the original schedule, the session was to be held from March 23-27. "The Delhi government will present its budget on March 23. On the same day, it will be passed," the official said. For latest
    • Autos, taxis to remain off - road in Delhi during 'Janta Curfew'
      Autos and taxis will be off roads in the national capital on Sunday as several unions have extended support to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's call for a 'Janta Curfew' in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. Several unions including the Delhi Autorickshaw Sangh, Delhi Pradesh Taxi Union, Delhi Auto Taxi Transport Congress Union and Delhi Taxi Tourist Transport Association,
    • Don't visit our offices to collect driving licence, vehicle documents: Delhi Traffic Police
      Amid the coronavirus outbreak, the Delhi Police on Friday asked the public to not visit the offices of traffic authorities to collect their driving licence or vehicle documents seized by personnel while issuing challans. In an advisory, the Delhi Traffic police said people may visit traffic circles or offices only in case they have urgent and unavoidable reasons to get their
  • 20th March, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • Coronavirus: Delhi's Chhatarpur Temple to be closed from March 21
      The famous Chhatarpur Temple in Delhi will be closed from March 21 till further notice in view of the coronavirus outbreak, the management of the shrine said on Friday. Arrangements have been made for live streaming of morning and evening aarti on the website of the temple for the devotees, said Dr Kishore Chawla, the chief executive officer of Sri Adya Katyayani Shaktipeeth
    • Total number of coronavirus cases in national capital rises to 14: Delhi Health Department
      The total number of coronavirus cases in the national capital on Thursday rose to 14, according to the Delhi Health Department. The four new cases include two people from West Bengal, who had returned from Italy, and were quarantined at the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) Chhawala facility. Both these patients have been admitted at the Safdarjung Hospital. "Two cases,
    • Delhi peace panel to seek Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp's help to spot offenders behind inflammatory posts
      The Delhi Legislative Assembly Committee for Peace and Harmony said on Thursday that it will ask WhatsApp, Facebook and Twitter to help it identify some "offenders" who have shared inflammatory posts on social media. The panel, set up to foil spread of rumours and hate speeches in the wake of the violence in northeast Delhi last month, recorded statements of 14 complainants
  • 19th March, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • Premature to say who is responsible for Delhi violence: Nishank
       It is premature to say who is responsible for the recent violence in Jamia Millia Islamia in the national capital, HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said in Rajya Sabha on Thursday. The government cannot divulge much information about this incident in the Upper House as the matter is subjudice, he said during the Question Hour.
    • Delhi's Mohalla clinic model not suitable for Gujarat: Dy CM Nitin Patel
      Delhi's Mohalla clinic model not suitable for Gujarat: Dy CM Nitin Patel
    • Number of coronavirus cases in Delhi rises to 10, includes foreigner; one migrated to Singapore
      The total number of coronavirus cases in Delhi has risen to 10, which includes one foreign national, the Health Ministry said on Wednesday. Incidentally, a person, the eighth COVID-19 case in Delhi, which was reported on Tuesday, has "migrated out to Singapore", according to the Delhi Health Department.
    • Delhi malls wear deserted look amid coronavirus
      Deserted restaurants, empty showrooms and closed multiplexes, malls in the national capital amid coronavirus outbreak are a pale shadow of their former bustling selves. Be it South Delhi's posh Select City Walk mall, its neighbour and newly-renovated DLF Avenue Mall or West Delhi's favourite go-to destination Pacific Mall, all have been at the receiving end of the coronavirus