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  • 2nd July, 2020 Deccan Herald
  • 1st July, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • Fight over who will represent Delhi Police continues, HC asks lawyer to show authorisation letter
      The usual controversy over who will represent the police in a Delhi violence-related case irked the Delhi High Court which on Wednesday directed a central government counsel to show that he was appointed by the Lieutenant Governor (LG) to represent the probe agency in the matter. The high court which was hearing the Delhi Police’s plea challenging a trial court’s order
    • Delhi records 2,442 fresh Covid - 19 cases, tally rises to 89,802 on July 1
      Delhi recorded 2,442 fresh Covid-19 cases on Wednesday, taking the tally in the city over the 89,000-mark, while the death toll from the disease mounted to 2,803, authorities said. On June 23, the national capital had reported the highest single-day spike of 3,947 cases. For latest updates and live news on coronavirus, click here
  • 30th June, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • Coronavirus: Delhi government sets ball rolling for setting up 'plasma bank'
      The Delhi government has set the ball rolling to establish the first-of-its-kind ''plasma bank'' for treatment of COVID-19 at a facility here and its modalities are being worked out, sources said on Tuesday. The bank is being set up at the Delhi government-run Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS) and doctors or hospitals will have to approach it if plasma is required
    • At 66.03 per cent, Delhi's coronavirus recovery rate higher than national average
      The coronavirus recovery rate in the national capital reached 66.03 per cent on June 29 as against the national rate of 58.67 per cent, according to official figures. In June, the national capital added over 64,000 fresh cases to its tally, while over 47,357 patients recovered, were discharged or migrated. Delhi's recovery rate breached the 50 per cent mark on June 20, after
  • 29th June, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • From the Newsroom: Delhi to set up plasma bank; Terrorists attack Pakistan Stock Exchange
      In today's episode, Delhi will set up a 'plasma bank' to fight Covid-19 within two days, Four militants attack Pakistan Stock Exchange building, Karnataka Primary and Secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar announced that the results of the second pre-university and the SSLC results will be out by July last week and August first week and Congress launches "Speak Up Against
  • 27th June, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • Covid - 19: Delhi govt links 1,055 beds in 8 banquet halls with state - run hospitals
      The Delhi government on Saturday issued an order to set up 1,055 beds in banquet halls and linked them to state-run hospitals as the national capital continues to witness an alarming surge in coronavirus cases. According to the government's plan, the administration will set up 11,229 beds in 77 banquet halls to ramp up medical infrastructure to deal with the Covid-19 situation
    • Hotels, ashrams repurposed for Delhi coronavirus surge
      Staff at the luxury Suryaa hotel used to wear bright saris as they welcomed guests. Now they must don medical suits and handle gurneys as New Delhi desperately prepares for a predicted surge in coronavirus cases in the coming weeks. The pandemic is still raging in India with more than half a million cases. The capital, home to 25 million people, is the country's worst-hit city
    • No. of Covid - 19 containment zones to increase in Delhi: Officials
      The number of Covid-19 containment zones in Delhi will increase in the coming days after a re-mapping of such areas as authorities have decided to divide them into micro clusters for better surveillance and contact-tracing, officials said on Friday. In Northwest district, where the exercise has been concluded, there has been a rise in the number of containment zones from 21 to
  • 26th June, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • Delhi municipal corporations propose use of schools, community centres for Covid - 19 patients
      The three BJP-ruled municipal corporations have proposed to the Delhi government to use their schools and community centres for readying over 24,000 beds for Covid-19 patients, party's Delhi unit president Adesh Gupta said on Friday. He hoped that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will react positively to the proposal amid a rapid growth in the number of coronavirus patients in
    • Man killed for feeding street dogs in Delhi, 1 held
      A man who used to feed stray dogs near his house was stabbed to death after they bit his neighbour in Central Delhi's Paharganj, police said on Wednesday. Brij Mohan, 57, loved dogs and would regularly feed them. On Sunday night, his neighbour Prahlad (21) picked up a fight with him when the dogs charged at him, they said. The two indulged in a heated argument and used abusive
    • India suspects Pakistan used its High Commission in New Delhi to recruit terrorists
      At least 218 Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) youths went untraceable after they travelled to Pakistan on visas issued by the High Commission of the neighbouring country in India since 2017 and New Delhi apprehends they might have been recruited by terrorist organisations.
  • 25th June, 2020 Deccan Herald
  • 24th June, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • Coronavirus news live updates: India's tally crosses 4.55 lakh - mark, toll at 14466
      India's Covid-19 death toll crossed 14,000-mark and the number of positive cases crossed 4.55 lakh on Tuesday amid renewed concerns over the rapid rise in new infections in the country. Tennis legend Novak Djokovic says he tested positive for coronavirus. Globally, more than 90 lakh people have tested positive for the virus ever since its emergence in China last December and
  • 23rd June, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • Delhi govt hospital guard beaten up by neighbour for 'spreading coronavirus'
      A security guard of the Delhi government-run GTB hospital was injured when his neighbour allegedly beat him up after accusing him of spreading the coronavirus, police said on Tuesday. The victim was identified as Vijay Kumar, a resident of Harsh Vihar. He works as a security guard at the GTB Hospital, they said. For latest updates and live news on coronavirus, click here
    • ED raids several locations in Delhi in probe against AAP councillor Tahir Hussain in Delhi riots case
       The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Tuesday conducted raids at multiple locations including at the premises of suspended AAP councillor Tahir Hussain in connection with its money laundering probe in the Delhi riots case, officials said. They said at least six premises in Delhi, Noida and few other locations in the national capital region are being searched. The raids are
    • Delhi's cleaner air during lockdown may have helped produce more solar power: Study
       Based on data collected in Delhi, scientists report that the reduction in air pollution due to lockdown measures enforced in the country may have led to more sunlight reaching solar panels, resulting in the production of more clean energy. The findings, published in the journal Joule, noted that in late March, the amount of sunlight reaching the solar panels in Delhi
    • Delhi violence: HC grants time to school owner to file reply on plea by police
      The Delhi High Court on Tuesday granted time to the owner of a private school to file a reply on a plea by the city police challenging bail granted to him in a case related to communal violence in north east Delhi during protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act in February. Faisal Farooq, owner of the Rajdhani School in Shiv Vihar locality was among the 18 arrested, for
    • 2,909 fresh Covid - 19 cases in Delhi take tally to over 62K; death toll mounts to 2,233
      Delhi recorded 2,909 fresh coronavirus cases on Monday, taking the tally in the city over the 62,000-mark, while the death toll from the disease climbed to 2,233, authorities said. From Friday to Sunday, 3,000 or more fresh cases were being reported per day in the national capital. Fifty-eight fatalities have been recorded in the last 24 hours, the Delhi health department
    • Pendency of coronavirus tests rises in Delhi with increased number of samples being collected
      With an increase in the number of samples being collected for COVID-19 testing in the national capital, the pendency of tests has also spiked up to more than double, according to official figures. The national capital conducted 5,824 coronavirus tests on June 15, 6,510 on June 16, 8,452 on June 17 and 12,389 on June 18, according to official figures. On June 15, 6,105 samples
  • 22nd June, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • Delhi's coronavirus death rate 11 times national average
      Delhi is being ravaged by the COVID-19 outbreak, with the national capital reporting 3,000 new patients on Sunday evening, taking the total confirmed cases to 59,746. The COVID-19 situation nationwide is equally grim as 15,053 new infections were recorded on Sunday, with Haryana becoming the ninth state to cross the 10,000-mark.  In Delhi, the virulence of the outbreak is
  • 21st June, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • Delhi prison reports first COVID - 19 death
      A 62-year-old inmate lodged in Mandoli Jail here has died of coronavirus, a first COVID-19 casualty in Delhi's prison, prompting authorities to test 28 other inmates who were sharing the barrack with the man, officials said on Sunday. Kanwar Singh passed away on June 15 and his COVID-19 test report came out positive on Saturday, they said. Singh was serving life sentence in a
    • Officer, who went to Delhi with litchi for President & PM, found COVID - 19 positive
      Officer, who went to Delhi with litchi for President & PM, found COVID - 19 positive
    • Delhi govt procuring oxygen cylinders, hospitals need not do it themselves: govt order
      Delhi government on Saturday said it is in the process of procuring oxygen concentrators and oxygen cylinders and directed hospitals under it to not procure them for COVID-19 patients, according to an official order issued on Saturday. In an order issued on June 9, the government had directed medical directors of all the designated COVID hospitals under the Delhi government to