- 8th June, 2020 NDTV
- Delhi Lt Governor Overrules Arvind Kejriwal On Reserving Hospitals, Tests
A day after Arvind Kejriwal announced that hospitals run by the Delhi government and some private hospitals will be reserved for residents of the capital, the Lieutenant Governor has overruled the decision.
- Meet Tomorrow To Assess If Virus In Community Transmission Mode In Delhi
Has coronavirus reached the stage of community transmission in Delhi? A key meeting to figure this out will be held tomorrow, which will be attended by Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia in the absence of Arvind Kejriwal. Mr Kejriwal is unwell. He is running a temperature and is expected to take a coronavirus test tomorrow.
- ''Unfortunate'': Mayawati On Delhi Reserving Hospitals For Its Residents
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati on Monday termed as "unfortunate" Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal&#039;s announcement that hospitals run by the Delhi government and private entities will only treat Delhiites during the novel coronavirus crisis.
- High Court Asks Delhi Government To Reply On Pleas Challenging COVID Testing
The Delhi High Court Monday asked the Delhi government and the ICMR to reply to two pleas challenging the Health department&#039;s decision to exclude "asymptomatic or pre-symptomatic patients" from COVID 19 testing.
- Low - Intensity Earthquake Hits Delhi, Epicentre Near Haryana's Gurgaon
A low-intensity earthquake of magnitude 2.1 struck near Delhi today as mild tremors were felt in the national capital. This is the ninth earthquake to hit the national capital in the last two months.
- "Neighbouring States Say No COVID - 19 Cases": Delhi Defends Hospital Move
A day after the Delhi government announced that beds in state-run hospitals would be reserved for residents of the city, city Health Minister Satyendra Jain defended the decision, saying the capital had seen more than 1,000 new coronavirus cases daily in the past few days and would need up to 17,000 beds in the next 15 days amid a spike in infections.
- 10 - Month - Old Girl Crushed To Death As Delhi Man Reversed Mercedes SUV
A 10-month-old girl died on Sunday after a Mercedes Benz sports utility vehicle (SUV) ran over her while reversing in west Delhi&#039;s Tilak Nagar area. The driver of the car has been arrested, police said.
- Delhi Health & Family Welfare Department Gets New Principal Secretary
Senior IAS officer Vikram Dev Dutt has been appointed as the principal secretary, Health and Family Welfare department of the Delhi government, an official order said on Sunday.
- Rape Survivors Need To Be Informed When Accused Get Bail: Delhi High Court
Courts cannot ignore issuing notice to survivors in sexual assault cases while deciding bail pleas of offenders, the Delhi High Court has held, noting that survivors were not being informed in a majority of matters.
- Delhi Reports Over 1,200 New COVID - 19 Cases, Total Rises To 28,936
The number of coronavirus cases in the national capital rose to 28,936 with 1,282 fresh infections, while the death count climbed to 812 on Sunday, according to the health bulletin issued by the Delhi government.
- Nothing Unusual In Delhi Quakes, Need Disaster Management Plan: Experts
With nearly 13 earthquakes jolting the Delhi-NCR region in two months, there have been apprehensions if it is a prelude to a big temblor, but experts say there is nothing unusual in this seismic activity.
- 7th June, 2020 NDTV
- Masks, Thermal Scanners, Sanitisers: Delhi Places Of Worship Set To Open
More than two months after they were closed to check the spread of the coronavirus, most places of worship across Delhi are set to open tomorrow with COVID-19 safety measures in place.
- Disinfection Tunnels, Fewer Food Court Seats: Delhi Malls Plan Reopening
Shopping malls in Delhi will reopen from tomorrow after over two months of the coronavirus lockdown, days after the centre allowed malls, restaurants and places of worship to open as part of what it called "Unlock 1".
- Delhi Borders Open Tomorrow, Hotels To Remain Closed: Arvind Kejriwal
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today announced the opening of Delhi&#039;s borders from Monday. He also said that restaurants, malls and places of worship will open, but hotels and banquet halls will remain closed in Delhi.
- ''Will Miss You, Sir'': Delhi Police Bids Adieu To Its Former Chief Ved Marwah
The Delhi Police has bid adieu to its former commissioner Ved Marwah, who died on Friday at the age of 87.
- Delhi's Air Quality In "Satisfactory" Category
The quality of air in Delhi improved to the &#039;&#039;satisfactory&#039;&#039; category with the overall Air Quality Index (AQI) docking at 70 around 11 am on Saturday, said the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR).
- Delhi Logs 1,320 New COVID - 19 Cases; Tally Crosses 27,000
Delhi recorded 1,320 fresh coronavirus cases on Saturday, taking the COVID-19 tally in the city to over 27,500 while the deaths due to the disease mounted to 761, authorities said.
- 6th June, 2020 NDTV
- No Shortage Of COVID - 19 Beds, Says Delhi Government: NDTV Reality Check
While the Delhi government maintains that there is no shortage of beds for coronavirus patients in the capital, a number of prominent hospitals in the city have told NDTV that they are running at full capacity amid growing concerns over a surge in COVID-19 cases.
- Delhi Police Constable Tests Positive For Coronavirus After Death
A Delhi Police constable has tested positive for coronavirus after his death three days ago, official said on Saturday.
- Amid Virus Spike, Delhi Panel's 'Only Residents In Hospitals' Advice
Delhi&#039;s health infrastructure should be reserved for residents during the coronavirus pandemic, an expert panel formed by the Arvind Kejriwal government has recommended amid a spurt of virus cases in the national capital, sources say.
- Chargesheet Against 20 Accused In Murder Of 2 Brothers During Delhi Riots
The Delhi police on Thursday filed two chargesheets before a city court in connection with the alleged murder of two brothers during the violence in northeast Delhi in February.
- Reduce Syllabus By 30%, Reopen Schools With Guidelines: Manish Sisodia Tells Centre
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has written to Union Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokharyal "Nishank" supporting the ministry in its initiative to plan the reopening of schools with reasonable guidelines.
- Delhi Files Police Case Against Private Hospital For COVID - 19 Violation
The Delhi government on Saturday filed a police case against the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in the city for violating rules for coronavirus tests amid a growing controversy surrounding COVID-19 hospitals in the capital.
- Open All Hours, Delhi Crematorium Struggles With Bodies Amid Pandemic
Funeral pyres have been drafted in to burn the bodies of coronavirus victims in Delhi as crematorium furnaces struggle to keep up with the mounting death toll. Smoke from the open-air blazes stings the eyes of waiting mourners and workers at Nigambodh Ghat, Delhi&#039;s biggest and oldest crematorium.
- Adesh Kumar Gupta Takes Charge As Delhi BJP Chief
Adesh Kumar Gupta took charge as the Delhi BJP president at the party office here on Friday in the presence of senior leaders, including Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan, and his predecessor Manoj Tiwari.