- 30th May, 2020 NDTV
- 29th May, 2020 NDTV
- Delhi Earthquake: Strong Tremors For Many Seconds After 4.6 Magnitude Quake In Haryana
An earthquake of magnitude 4.6 struck near Delhi on Friday, prompting people to rush out of their homes.
- 1 Shot Dead, Another Injured By 2 Men Over Personal Enmity In Delhi: Cops
A 17-year-old boy was killed and another person injured after they were allegedly shot by two men over personal enmity in northeast Delhi&#039;s Jafarabad area, police said on Friday.
- With Masks And Gloves, Delhi Airport Reassures Fliers With Strict Rules
Indira Gandhi International Airport that serves as the country&#039;s major international aviation hub has donned a new look to avoid any kind of commotion after domestic flights resumed on May 25.
- Delhi Riots Probe "Targeted Only Towards One End", Says Court
A Delhi court on Friday said that the investigation into a case related to the riots in northeast Delhi in February this year "seems to be targeted only towards one end" and the police have "failed to point out what investigation has been carried out so far regarding the involvement of the rival faction". The court has asked the Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) leading the probe to "ensure a fair investigation."
- Initial CBI Probe Launched Against Organisers Of Delhi Islamic Sect Event
The CBI has launched a preliminary probe against the organisers of the Tablighi Jamaat event in Delhi- which turned out to be the biggest coronavirus cluster in the country - for allegedly violating the foreign funding law,
- Jailed For Delhi Clashes, Ex - Councillor Ishrat Jahan Seeks Interim Bail For Marriage
Former municipal councillor from the Congress Ishrat Jahan, charged under the stringent Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, moved a Delhi court Thursday seeking interim bail for 30 days to get married.
- Inside Delhi's Largest Private COVID - 19 Treatment Hospital
It was barely noon on Thursday when the metal doors of the mortuary at a hospital in south Delhi swung open and staff in white coveralls rolled out a stretcher. Mourning relatives looked on, as a body bag was loaded into an ambulance and taken away to a cemetery.
- Hundreds On Foot Block Delhi - Gurgaon Checkpoint After Cars Allowed To Pass
Hundreds of people who were stopped from crossing the Delhi-Gurgaon border this morning protested on the road that connects the two cities after the Haryana government decided to seal the routes that go to Delhi, concerned over rising cases of the highly infectious coronavirus.
- Delhi Records Hottest May Day Since 2002 Amid Severe Heatwave
Delhi recorded the hottest day in May in the last 18 years as the maximum temperature at the Safdarjung observatory rose to 46 degrees Celsius on Tuesday.
- 3 More Staff Of Delhi Lt Governor Office Test Positive For COVID - 19
Three more employees of the office of Delhi Lt Governor Anil Baijal have tested positive for COVID-19, a day after a junior assistant was found infected with the novel coronavirus.
- Acute Water Shortage Forcing Delhi Residents To Abandon Social Distancing: BJP
The BJP on Thursday accused the AAP of not addressing the water scarcity facing Delhi and claimed people are being forced to abandon social distancing and hand hygiene to get to water tankers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
- Charge Sheets Against 541 Foreigners In Delhi Mosque Event Case
Crime Branch of Delhi Police on Thursday filed 12 fresh charge-sheets at a Saket court against 541 foreign nationals, who had attended a congregation at Markaz Tablighi Jamaat in Nizamuddin area of the national capital.
- After Crematorium List, Delhi Hospital Updates COVID - 19 Death Figures
Deaths linked to coronavirus are set to surge in Delhi as the Safdarjung Hospital reported 99 more deaths. The hospital - practically next-door to the prestigious All-India Institute of Medical Sciences -- had reported only four deaths from coronavirus till May 26, the Delhi government said.
- Delhi Warns Of Possible Locust Attack, Overnight Ops In UP: 10 Points
The Delhi government on Thursday warned of a possible locust invasion and asked authorities to spray insecticides and pesticides on crops, vegetation, gardens and orchards while several states in western and central India struggled to contain the worst infestation in nearly three decades. Overnight operations were carried out by authorities in Uttar Pradesh&#039;s Jhansi district while those in Madhya Pradesh used police sirens and urged farmers to beat utensils as locust swarms which first attacked Rajasthan and Gujarat, have now spread deeper into many states including Maharashtra, Haryana and Punjab.
- Delhi Civic Body Headquarters Sealed After 3 Employees Test COVID - 19+ve
The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) sealed its headquarters in central Delhi on Thursday after three employees tested positive for COVID-19, taking the total number of infected staffers to nine.
- 28th May, 2020 NDTV
- Delhi Reports Over 1,000 Coronavirus Cases In Highest Single - Day Spike
Delhi reported the highest spike in coronavirus cases today with 1,024 new cases, taking the total to over 16,000. The total number of deaths in the national capital now stands at 316.
- Haryana To "Completely Seal" Delhi Border, Essential Services Allowed
The Haryana government has issued orders to "completely seal" all borders with Delhi, state minister Anil Vij tweeted on Thursday, after flagging concerns of coronavirus spreading with people travelling from the national capital.
- Light Rain, Gusty Winds In Delhi Bring Relief From Scorching Heat
Several parts of Delhi and nearby areas received moderate to light rainfall this evening bringing some respite from the scorching heat that has persisted for the past few weeks. The weather department had predicted light rain earlier in the day.
- Light Rain Likely In Delhi, Neighbouring Areas Today: Weather Office
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday predicted that Delhi-NCR region is likely to witness very light rain, thunderstorm or dust storm today till 8:30 pm.
- Liquor Not A "Fundamental Right": Delhi Defends Special Fee Amid COVID - 19
Trade or consumption of liquor is not a fundamental right and the state has the authority to regulate its sale, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government told the Delhi High Court maintaining that its levying 70 per cent "special corona fees" on MRP of all alcohol brands is a price for grant of such privilege to the public.
- Foreigners Of Delhi Mosque Event Can Leave Quarantine Centre: High Court
Delhi High Court on Thursday allowed the application seeking permission to shift 955 foreign nationals, who attended the congregation of the Tablighi Jamaat in Delhi&#039;s Nizamuddin area, to alternate places of accommodation.
- 2 Meghalaya Towns Received More Rain Last Week Than What Delhi gets In A Year
"When it rains, it pours," say the residents of Mawsynram and Sohra towns in Meghalaya which have received more rainfall in the last week than Delhi, Punjab and Haryana get in a year.
- Officials Asked To Ensure Foreign Returnees Get Refund After Quarantine
Chief Secretary of Delhi Government Vijay Dev has directed all concerned authorities to ensure that foreign returnees, who were quarantined in hotels and had to pay an advance of 14 days, are refunded their balance amount without any delay.