For nearly a month, 33-year-old Jikmet Wangdus and his brother-in-law have been going to the Delhi international airport daily to collect a box flown all the way from Leh. Except, the package is not an ordinary one.
Delhi recorded 1,227 coronavirus cases on Wednesday, taking the total case tally over 1.26 lakh, while the death toll from the disease rose to 3,719.On Monday, the fresh cases count had dipped to 954, and it increased the next day to 1,349
A Delhi court Wednesday allowed 98 Indonesians to walk free on payment of different fines, after they accepted mild charges under the plea bargain process, related to various violations including visa norms while attending Tablighi Jamaat congregation during the COVID-19 lockdown.
A fresh spell of heavy rains lashed Delhi on Tuesday, inundating low-lying areas and affecting traffic movement in parts of the city. Due to heavy flooding in several areas on the Ring Road, the carriageway from Bhairon Road leading to Mathura Road also caved in.
VP Naidu unveils statue of Ambedkar in Delhi - Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu unveiled the statue of Bharat Ratna, Dr. B R Ambedkar in New Delhi. He unveiled statue at Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) office on July 22. “I feel happy after unveiling the statue of Dr. B R Ambedkar today. His contribution in the nation is incredible,” said Vice President at the event.
Over 40 organisations, including NGOs, have demanded the release of 27-year-old student Gulfisha Fatima who has been booked under the stringent UAPA for her alleged involvement in the riots in northeast Delhi and lodged in Tihar jail.
Dramatic scenes unfolded in an east Delhi neighbourhood on Tuesday after a brave mother fought off the two would-be kidnappers of her four-year-old daughter, whose abduction had been planned by her uncle
While the Delhi government launched its first plasma bank at Vasant Kunj’s ILBS Hospital Thursday, several such citizen-led initiatives were already gone live in Delhi-NCR, in the last one month, which matched plasma donors with patients.
Over 40 organisations, including NGOs, have demanded the release of 27-year-old student Gulfisha Fatima who has been booked under the stringent UAPA for her alleged involvement in the riots in northeast Delhi and lodged in Tihar jail. Faitma was arrested on April 9, during the first phase of the nationwide lockdown imposed to curb the spread of the coronavirus infection.
Days after Delhi's Corona Warrior doctors did stress-busting, immunity-boosting yoga with COVID-19 patients, visuals of them dancing with patients have brought cheer to the country even as its total case count came close to 12 lakh.