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  • 29th September, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • Karnataka Cabinet expansion: CM B S Yediyurappa to visit Delhi, C T Ravi may quit
      Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa said on Monday he will go to New Delhi to finalise the expansion of his Cabinet, which will make this his second visit to the national capital in less than a month’s time.  “There is no problem now. I will go to Delhi in the next three days. I will come back and expand the Cabinet,” Yediyurappa told reporters when asked if the exercise will
    • Delhi man held for taking loan against stolen jewellery
      A 22-year-old man, who had multiple cases of theft and burglary registered against him, was arrested in north Delhi's Burari area for taking a loan from a finance company allegedly against stolen gold items, police said on Monday. The accused, Manish Mathur, is a resident of Sant Nag in Burari, they said. Police said 14 cases of theft and burglary were solved with Mathur's
    • Plea in Delhi High Court claims AAP MLA Preeti Tomar furnished false educational qualifications
      A plea was on Monday moved in the Delhi High Court challenging AAP MLA Preeti Tomar's election from the Tri Nagar assembly constituency on the ground that she allegedly gave false declaration about her educational qualifications in her nomination form. Preeti Tomar is the wife of Jitender Singh Tomar, a former cabinet minister in the Delhi government, who was found guilty by
  • 28th September, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • Delhi High Court asks prisons if they have enough isolation wards
      The Delhi High Court on Monday asked prison authorities whether they have sufficient number of isolation wards to accommodate all prisoners who would surrender if the bail extension orders issued by it are recalled. The high court sought from the prison authorities the details regarding the number of Covid-19 cases in the three jails in the national capital, the number of
  • 27th September, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • Coronavirus news live updates: Delhi reports 3,292 new Covid - 19 cases and 42 deaths
      India's Covid-19 tally crosses the 60-lakh mark. The country's death toll crossed 95,000. In its most recent update, the Union health ministry placed the total number of cases at 60,66,061 and the death toll at 95,466. The ministry said that 50,03,084 people have so far recovered from the coronavirus. Stay tuned for more updates.
    • Coronavirus news live updates: Delhi reports 3,292 new Covid - 19 cases and 42 deaths
      India's Covid-19 tally crosses the 60-lakh mark. The country's death toll crossed 95,000. In its most recent update, the Union health ministry placed the total number of cases at 60,66,061 and the death toll at 95,466. The ministry said that 50,03,084 people have so far recovered from the coronavirus. Stay tuned for more updates.
    • Coronavirus news live updates: Delhi reports 3,292 new Covid - 19 cases and 42 deaths
      India's Covid-19 tally crosses the 60-lakh mark. The country's death toll crossed 95,000. In its most recent update, the Union health ministry placed the total number of cases at 60,66,061 and the death toll at 95,466. The ministry said that 50,03,084 people have so far recovered from the coronavirus. Stay tuned for more updates.
    • Coronavirus news live updates: Delhi reports 3,292 new Covid - 19 cases and 42 deaths
      India's Covid-19 tally inches closer to the 60-lakh mark, recording 88,600 fresh infections in the last 24 hours. With 1,124 fatalities, the country's death toll crossed 94,000. According to the Ministry of Health, 92,043 recoveries registered in last 24 hours and the recovery rate stands at 82.46 per cent. Stay tuned for more updates.
    • Child labour cases increased during Covid - 19 pandemic, say Delhi Police, DCPCR
      The Delhi Police and the DCPCR have seen an increase in cases of child labour during the Covid-19 pandemic which along with the lockdown has severely hit the income of families, giving an opportunity for traffickers to target the poor and persuade them to send their children to work, officials said on Sunday. Both the Delhi Police and the Delhi Commission For Protection of
    • Coronavirus news live updates: Delhi reports 3,292 new Covid - 19 cases and 42 deaths
      India's Covid-19 tally inches closer to the 60-lakh mark, recording 88,600 fresh infections in the last 24 hours. With 1,124 fatalities, the country's death toll crossed 94,000. According to the Ministry of Health, 92,043 recoveries registered in last 24 hours and the recovery rate stands at 82.46 per cent. Stay tuned for more updates.
    • Coronavirus news live updates: Delhi reports 3,292 new Covid - 19 cases and 42 deaths
      India's Covid-19 tally inches closer to the 60-lakh mark, recording 88,600 fresh infections in the last 24 hours. With 1,124 fatalities, the country's death toll crossed 94,000. According to the Ministry of Health, 92,043 recoveries registered in last 24 hours and the recovery rate stands at 82.46 per cent. Stay tuned for more updates.
    • Coronavirus news live updates: Delhi reports 3,292 new Covid - 19 cases and 42 deaths
      India's Covid-19 tally inches closer to the 60-lakh mark, recording 88,600 fresh infections in the last 24 hours. With 1,124 fatalities, the country's death toll crossed 94,000. According to the Ministry of Health, 92,043 recoveries registered in last 24 hours and the recovery rate stands at 82.46 per cent. Stay tuned for more updates.
    • Coronavirus news live updates: Delhi reports 3,292 new Covid - 19 cases and 42 deaths
      India's Covid-19 tally inches closer to the 60-lakh mark, recording 88,600 fresh infections in the last 24 hours. With 1,124 fatalities, the country's death toll crossed 94,000. According to the Ministry of Health, 92,043 recoveries registered in last 24 hours and the recovery rate stands at 82.46 per cent. Stay tuned for more updates.
    • Coronavirus news live updates: Delhi reports 3,292 new Covid - 19 cases and 42 deaths
      India's Covid-19 tally inches closer to the 60-lakh mark, recording 88,600 fresh infections in the last 24 hours. With 1,124 fatalities, the country's death toll crossed 94,000. According to the Ministry of Health, 92,043 recoveries registered in last 24 hours and the recovery rate stands at 82.46 per cent. Stay tuned for more updates.
    • Two held in Delhi for liquor home delivery scam
      Two men were arrested for allegedly cheating over thousand people across the country on the pretext of home delivery of liquor, police said on Sunday. The accused were identified as Huzaifah (25) from Sangam Vihar, and Lado Sarai-resident Hafiz Tufail (35), they said. The matter came to light on July 24 after Karan Palta, one of the victims of the scam, lodged a police
  • 26th September, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • Delhi government looks at converting temporary posts into permanent ones
      The Delhi government has asked all its departments to provide details of temporary posts under their jurisdiction, which can be converted into permanent ones, taking into account the nature of work. The AAP government’s finance department has issued a circular to principal secretaries and secretaries and asked them to submit a proposal of their departments concerned in this
  • 25th September, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • Four Delhi policemen seize nearly 160kg marijuana, report 1kg; peddler let go after taking bribe
      Four Delhi policemen, including two sub-inspectors, have been suspended for allegedly taking a bribe from a drug peddler to let him off the hook and selling the nearly 160 kg marijuana seized from him in the black market, officials said Friday. An inquiry is underway to ascertain the actual quantity of marijuana seized from the peddler, identified as Anil, during a raid at a
    • Delhi's air quality predicted to turn 'poor' by September 30: SAFAR
      The national capital's air quality is likely to slip into the "poor” category by Wednesday, SAFAR said. Dust from arid regions in the southwest has started affecting Delhi. Farm fires have begun in Amritsar, Punjab, and neighbouring border regions and are likely to influence the city's air quality, it said. The farm fire count on Friday was around 40, according to the System
    • Delhi's air quality predicted to turn 'poor' by Wednesday: SAFAR
      The national capital's air quality is likely to slip into the "poor” category by Wednesday, SAFAR said. Dust from arid regions in the southwest has started affecting Delhi. Farm fires have begun in Amritsar, Punjab, and neighbouring border regions and are likely to influence the city's air quality, it said. The farm fire count on Friday was around 40, according to the System
    • More than 50% of nearly 2.25 lakh Covid - 19 recoveries in Delhi achieved under home isolation: Data
      Over 50 per cent of the total 2,24,375 Covid-19 recoveries in the national capital so far have been achieved under home isolation, according to Delhi government data. Since the first week of May till September 23, a total of 1,34,113 people, having mild Covid-19 symptoms, underwent home isolation out of which 1,13,374 were released as per protocol from quarantine, official
    • Major improvement in air quality in Delhi's pollution hotspots during lockdown: CPCB
      Air quality in Delhi's 13 pollution hotspots improved significantly due to restrictions on industrial operations and commercial and vehicular activity during the lockdown, according to the Central Pollution Control Board. The Delhi government has identified 13 pollution hotspots in the city based on the annual average of PM10 and PM2.5 levels. These are Okhla Phase-II, Dwarka,
  • 24th September, 2020 Deccan Herald
    • Amrita Dhawan appointed Delhi Mahila Congress president
      The Congress on Thursday appointed Amrita Dhawan as president of the Delhi Pradesh Mahila Congress, replacing Sharmistha Mukherjee. "Congress president has appointed Amrita Dhawan as president of Delhi Pradesh Mahila Congress with immediate effect," AICC general secretary KC Venugopal said in an official communication. "The party appreciates the contribution of outgoing
    • Union Minister Suresh Angadi laid to rest in Delhi
      Union Minister of State for Railways Suresh Angadi was laid to rest with full state honours on Thursday evening here. He was buried as per the Covid-19 protocol in the Lingayat-Veerashaiva burial ground at Sector 24, Dwarka at Delhi. Angadi's wife Mangala, daughters, sons-in-law, and other relatives paid their last respects clad in PPE kits while conforming to the Covid-19
    • Suresh Angadi's last rites to be held at New Delhi's Lodhi road crematorium
      Last rites of Minister of State for Railways Suresh Angadi who passed away at All India Medical Institute of India (AIIMS), Delhi on Wednesday will be held at Lingayat Rudrabhumi at Dwarka Sector 24 in the national capital on Thursday at 4 pm. Angadi who had tested positive for Covid-19 on September 11, died during treatment at AIIMS, New Delhi. Also Read: Minister of State
  • 23rd September, 2020 Deccan Herald