- 26th November, 2020 The Indian Express
- On fire: Delhi?s garbage mountain
A fire broke out at the Ghazipur landfill site Tuesday night, burning for almost 24 hours before firefighters could bring in under control. This comes even as the capital’s air quality worsened to severe on Wednesday. A call was received around 10 pm Tuesday about the fire. Delhi Fire Service Chief Atul Garg said, “Firemen […]
- Amid pandemic, Delhi schools gear up to conduct pre - board exams online
Now, with the possibility of conducting pre-boards online as well, schools have two primary concerns: giving students the practice of writing the exam with the complete syllabus and ensuring no unfair means are used
- Village recalls ?our man in Delhi?: Never expected anything for getting work done
Classmates at the Gujarati-medium section of Mission School in the village of around 3,000 people, Abbas Mullah, 71, remembers veteran Congress leader Ahmed Patel as a "shy student", who grew up to be a man of the people – for the village, "their man in Delhi".
- New old America
Biden has a team that harks back to Obama administration. But he may not find it easy to step over all of Trump’s legacy
- Delhi Confidential: Battle Continues
Dubey appears to be unfazed by the Lok Sabha Speaker not paying heed to his demand for the removal of Congress leader Shashi Tharoor from the post of chairman of the IT standing committee.
- In Delhi, patients ignoring symptoms, being rushed to hospitals later
Many hospitals have been seeing patients who didn’t pay attention to mild symptoms and get themselves tested but were later found to have antibodies against the virus.
- Delhi: Two arrested for murder of BJP worker, his son
DCP (Northeast) Ved Prakash Surya said the accused have been identified Mohammed Khalid (31) and Tarik Ali (30), residents of Sunder Nagri, and that efforts are on to nab their brother Naasir and his accomplice.
- 25th November, 2020 The Indian Express
- Explained: How International Emmy winner ?Delhi Crime? came into being
India&#039;s win at the 48th International Emmy Awards was born "out of sadness, anger, frustration, and ultimately, compassion," says its creator Richie Mehta.
The IMD&#039;s criteria to declare a cold wave in the plains is that the minimum temperature should be 10 degrees or lower and the departure from normal temperature 4.5 degrees or less for two days.
- Gurdwara head shot dead by 2 armed men in West Delhi
Singh, a sewadar and president of the Gurdwara Guru Hargovind Sahib Anandpur Dham in Karala, had driven home from the premises in the evening when the incident took place.
- 24th November, 2020 The Indian Express
- 23rd November, 2020 The Indian Express
- Cases up, Delhi reserves 80% pvt ICU beds, hikes fine to Rs 2,000 for no masks
“The Home Minister had said that by Monday evening, 250 beds will be provided to us, and another 250 by Tuesday... around 750 ICU beds, 500 beds with ventilators, and 250 beds without ventilators will be allocated to us. We are still waiting," Kejriwal said.
- PM Modi inaugurates multi - storeyed flats for MPs in Delhi
Modi spoke about high productivity of Parliament, especially Lok Sabha, since his government came to power in 2014 and referred to a number of landmark legislations and works that have been completed since.
- Delhi Chalo march: ?Will block all roads to Delhi? it is a matter of our existence?
The Delhi government has denied permission to farmers to stage any rally at either the Ram Leela Ground or at Jantar Mantar. The farmers, however, are adamant on marching to the national capital.
- Farmers? adamant on Delhi march: Khattar says not the year to protest
Citing the rising number of Covid infections and revenue loss of about Rs 10,000-12,000 crore this year due to the pandemic, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said “this is not the year of protests”.
- Delhi Confidential: Party Heat
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan was advised that such moves would be seen as the party walking into “BJP’s trap”.
- Despite Khattar appeal, farmer outfits firm on march to Delhi
Earlier, Khattar urged farmers to not be “misled” by the Opposition, and “have faith” in the state government.
- Why are Punjab?s farmers marching to Delhi despite state passing own farm Bills?
Farmers say they are happy with the state passing the three Bills, but point out that the proposed state legislations are at best a symbolic political statement against the Centre&#039;s farm laws and may remain entangled in legal complications.
- 22nd November, 2020 The Indian Express
- 21st November, 2020 The Indian Express