- 2nd February, 2021 Economic Times
- New Delhi?s twin - track approach of dealing with Myanmar
While as a vibrant democracy India had supported democratic traditions in neighbouring Myanmar in the backdrop of old ties with Aung San Suu Kyi, New Delhi had cultivated and engaged the military over the past two decades in geo-political interests, persons familiar with the dynamics of India-Myanmar ties told ET.
- Farmers stir: Delhi borders see multi - layered security as number of protesters swells
As the number of protesters continues to swell at farmers' protest sites, the Delhi Police has put up multi-layer barricades, concertina wire and also parked buses sealing the main entry points to prevent the movement of protesters agitating against the Centre's farm laws. The police has beefed up security at the Ghazipur border between Delhi and Uttar Pradesh - the new focal point of the farmers' agitation.
- 31st January, 2021 Economic Times
- Delhi: Names of Galwan bravehearts engraved on National War Memorial
The names of soldiers who lost their lives in the Galwan Valley fighting People's Liberation Army (PLA) troops on June 15 last year have been recently engraved on the National War Memorial in New Delhi. 20 soldiers including Colonel Santosh Babu had lost their lives in clash with Chinese troops in the Eastern Ladakh sector. Army officials paid tribute to the valour of bravehearts at Amar Jawan Jyoti. China has not disclosed the number of casualties suffered on their side. The tension escalated along the LAC in Eastern Ladakh and resulted in large deployment of troops.
A thick blanket of fog continued to engulf isolated areas of the national capital leading to poor visibility in several areas in the morning of January 31. Normal lives hit out of gear due to intense cold waves. Parts of the northern India are reeling under severe cold, making the daily lives difficult for citizens. Minimum temperature in Delhi was recorded around 5°C today.
- Bank fraud: Delhi HC upholds order allowing Deepak Puri to travel abroad for medical treatment
Advocate Vijay Aggarwal, representing Puri and his wife, submitted that it is the fundamental right of a person to get himself treated at a hospital and by a doctor of his choice and any doctor or hospital cannot be thrust upon that person.
- More and more farmers heading towards Delhi borders from Punjab
Various farmer leaders on Saturday claimed that with more farmer groups marching towards Delhi, there would a be a record gathering of peasants and farm labourers on the borders of the national capital by February 2.
- Republic Day violence news: Delhi Police files case against Congress MP Shashi Tharoor, others
Delhi Police has filed a case against Congress MP Shashi Tharoor, senior journalist Rajdeep Sardesai, The Caravan and others for allegedly misleading public regarding the death of a protester at ITO during the violence on Republic Day.
- 30th January, 2021 Economic Times
- National Herald: Delhi Court abates criminal proceedings against Moti Lal Vora
The court passed the order after advocate Tarannum Cheema, appearing for the accused, filed the original hard copy of the application for placing on record the death certificate of Vora, and as a consequence prayed for abatement of proceedings qua him.
- Red Fort violence: Delhi Police asks nine farmer leaders to join investigation
According to officials, the special investigation team (SIT) of Delhi Police has asked farmer leaders Rakesh Tikait, Pawan Kumar, Raj Kishore Singh, Tajender Singh Virk, Jitender Singh, Trilochan Singh, Gurmukh Singh, Harpreet Singh and Jagtar Singh Bajwa to join the investigation.
- 29th January, 2021 Economic Times
- 28th January, 2021 Economic Times
- Earthquake of magnitude 2.8 hits west Delhi
"Earthquake of Magnitude: 2.8, Occurred on 28-01-2021, 09:17:54 IST, Lat: 28.66 & Long: 77.13, Depth: 15 Km, Location: West Delhi," NCS tweeted.
- Devendra Fadnavis' tweet on Delhi Metro ride sparks row in Maharashtra
An innocuous tweet by BJP's Leader of Opposition Devendra Fadnavis taking a swipe at the Maharashtra government on the Mumbai Metro, ignited another war of words in the state on Thursday.
- Coronavirus LIVE updates: India fastest country to reach 1 million COVID - 19 vaccinations in six days
No of beneficiaries vaccinated against COVID-19 in India reaches 25,07,556 till Jan 28 at 2 pm: Health Ministry
- Cold wave in Delhi, minimum drops to 3.8 degrees Celsius
A cold wave had swept the city on Tuesday, too, with the minimum temperature dropping to 2.1 degrees Celsius, seven notches below normal.
- Internet services return to normal in Delhi - NCR
The directive was issued after thousands of farmers protesting against the new farm laws diverted their tractor processions from agreed routes, leading to clashes with the police, said officials.
- Mobile tower companies protest steep rise in installation fee in Delhi
Tower installation rates, recently revised by two of the Delhi municipalities, have effectively jumped almost 150% to ?5 lakh per tower for a five-year span.
- Delhi's population could be heading towards herd immunity indicates sero - prevalence survey - Herd immunity
The fifth seroprevalence survey in the national capital has found that 50 to 60 percent of the sampled population in one of 11 districts has developed antibodies against COVID-19, an indication that Delhi's population could be heading towards herd immunity, official sources said on Monday. Herd immunity
- 27th January, 2021 Economic Times