- 26th February, 2021 The Indian Express
- 25th February, 2021 The Indian Express
- Explained: Delhi University?s proposed new method of admission
Delhi University is considering a new admission process. How has it conducted admissions till now, and what is proposed new method? What was the issue with the old system?
- Toolkit case: Delhi court grants protection from arrest to Shantanu Muluk till March 9
Additional Sessions Judge Dharmender Rana granted the relief to the activist after the Delhi Police said it needed time to conduct further interrogation before filing a detailed reply to Muluk&#039;s anticipatory bail plea.
- Explained: The conspiracy charge made by Delhi Police against Disha Ravi
Disha Ravi case: What are Sections 120A and 120B of the IPC, dealing with the offence of criminal conspiracy? When can a person be accused of conspiracy, and how is a conspiracy proven and punished?
- MCD bypolls: Delhi CM takes out roadshow in Shalimar Bagh, promises Rs 100 crore for laying sewer lines in Bawana
At Bawana, the CM promised to sanction Rs 100 crore for laying sewer lines in the area, which he said was a long standing demand of the locals. The AAP has fielded its former Bawana MLA Ram Chander as its Rohini ward candidate for the upcoming bypolls.
- Northeast Delhi riots: Chargesheets filed in 38 of 53 murder cases
Compensation from the state has been received in 44 cases, while at least 12 families have moved residence following the riots, The Indian Express found after tracking down and speaking to the families of 51 riot victims.
- Delhi confidential: Seat Talks
IN 2016, it was Ghulam Nabi Azad who led the Congress seat-sharing talks with the DMK in Tamil Nadu in the run-up to the Assembly elections. Since then, things have changed much in the Congress.
- Plea against continued sealing of Nizamuddin Markaz: HC issues notices to Delhi govt, Centre, police
Justice Mukta Gupta asked the authorities to respond to the petition — filed through Waqf Board Chairman Amanatullah Khan — by March 5.
- Ahead of March 1 Covid vaccination drive, Delhi officials work at scaling up facilities
In Delhi, there are more than 43 lakh people who will fall under the category of 50 years and above and those younger but with co-morbidities. At present, there are 261 session sites offering the Covid-19 vaccines, Covaxin and Covishield.
- Delhi HC allows UK - returnee family to stay in home quarantine
The family, which tested negative for coronavirus, had in their plea described the institutional quarantine as “illegal confinement”, and sought compensation from authorities.
- Delhi: Retired IFS officer shoots self at Defence Colony home
Police identified the deceased as Ranjeet Sethi and said they recovered a purported suicide note from his place.
- HC asks Delhi govt, Tihar to file status report on murder of undertrial last year
Expressing shock at an undertrial’s murder inside the Tihar Jail in November last year, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday ordered Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government and the prison authorities to apprise it on whether an FIR has been registered in the incident as well as the status of the investigation.
- New Delhi: Two ex - servicemen ?apprehend arrest over farm protests?, seek anticipatory bail
Though no FIR or police station was mentioned by the two in the bail petitions, their counsels told the Delhi High Court a police officer in civil dress had visited the house of one of them.
- 24th February, 2021 The Indian Express
- Coronavirus India Live Updates: Senior citizens, people over 45 with comorbidities to be vaccinated from March 1
Coronavirus India Live News, Covid-19 Cases in Maharashtra, Delhi Latest News Updates: India reported 13,742 new Covid-19 cases and 104 deaths in the last 24 hours, according to data released by the Union Health Ministry. With this, the country’s total caseload has risen to 1,10,30,176, while the death toll has surged to 1,56,567.
- One year of Delhi riots: Violence that shook national capital in 2020
Delhi Riots 2020 Photos, Images: Communal violence had broken out in northeast Delhi on February 24 last year after clashes between citizenship law supporters and protesters spiralled, leaving at least 53 people dead and around 200 injured.
- Wanted for Jan 26 violence, Lakha appears on Bathinda stage, dares Delhi Police, Amarinder
Addressing the crowd of thousands gathered at the native village of Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh, absconding gangster-turned-activist Lakha Sidhana said, “I dare the Delhi Police to enter Punjab and arrest youngsters. You must gherao the Delhi Police if they come to arrest anyone.
- Explained: How Haryana farmers have tweaked protest strategy to stay put at Delhi borders for months
Haryana farmers&#039; protest: The Indian Express looks at the preparations being made at ground level amid ongoing standoff between the government and farm unions.
- Delhi: Construction workers queue up with forms, questions at registration drive
On Monday, Sisodia said that of the estimated 10 lakh construction workers in Delhi, 2.12 lakh are currently in the government’s “registration network”. An awareness campaign will also be carried out to apprise workers about the benefits of registering with the board, and 45 camps will be set up to carry out the registrations.
- New posters put up by Delhi Police at Tikri ask protesters to disperse
"We are not taking any action against them. We put the boards at various junctions for protesters as a precautionary measure after the violence near the border. In case the farmers breach the law again, they should know it&#039;s illegal," Sudhanshu Dhama, Additional DCP (Outer).
- Delhi confidential: Battle of Fact - checks
On Tuesday, the BJP hit back on Twitter with its version of “fact checking the fact checker”, contesting claims made by the Trinamool Congress, and accusing O Brien of “sinking Pishi” and spreading misinformation.
- Can?t have parallel judicial system: Centre on plea in Delhi HC against fact - finding reports
Dharmesh Sharma, represented by senior advocate Ramesh Jethmalani, had challenged five reports, including by the DMC&#039;s fact-finding committee and the Citizens & Lawyers Initiative, which was edited by senior advocate Chander Uday Singh.