Migrants workers residing in Delhi have started leaving city, amid fear of another lockdown - Economic Times
Amid fear of another lockdown, many of the migrants residing in Delhi have started leaving the city for their homes. While cases in the national capital continue to spike, a lockdown has not been announced in Delhi yet
Delhi: Man stabbed to death by son - Times of India
NEW DELHI: A 70-year-old man was stabbed to death by his son over a monetary issue in northwest Delhi's Wazirpur area, police said on Friday.
88% of Covid ICU beds across Delhi hospitals occupied - The Indian Express
Of 125 hospitals with critical-care facilities, 88 hospitals have no empty ICU beds.
Delhi BJP MPs to assist those in home isolation - The Hindu
The Delhi BJP on Friday convened a meeting where it was decided that the party’s seven MPs would join the fray in assisting COVID-19 patients who are under home isolation. Distribute food, oximeters:
Every Indian deserves chance to safe life: Rahul Gandhi on COVID - 19 vaccine access - The Tribune India
Every Indian deserves chance to safe life: Rahul Gandhi on COVID - 19 vaccine access
Halt Covid jab export, open vaccination to all who need it, Rahul tells PM - The Tribune India
Halt Covid jab export, open vaccination to all who need it, Rahul tells PM
Recalibrating strategic ties with China - The Tribune India
For almost 50 years, the bilateral relationship between India and China was able to keep the thorny issues of border settlement and of deeper economic engagement separate. Bilateral trade grew at 20 p
Centre to review COVID - 19 situation in UP, Chhattisgarh - The Tribune
New Delhi, April 16
Union Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla and Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan on Friday will review the COVID-19 situation in Uttar Pradesh and Chhattisgarh in separate meetings, off
Holi, Navratri celebrations at public places not allowed in Delhi - The Tribune India
New Delhi, March 24
Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has directed that public celebration and gathering, congregation during upcoming festivals such as Holi, Shab-e-Barat, Navratri, etc, wi
Delhi May Miss Hat Trick Of 40 Degree, To Keep Date With Showers Next 2 Days | Skymet Weather Services - Skymet Weather
Mercury level will stay on track and remain above normal by 4°C today also. However it may miss the mark of 40°C by a whisker and stay above 39°C at base record station Safdarjung. Some areas in the national capital will record temperature in excess of 40°C today as well. Heat wave may abate from few parts today and recede from complete region tomorrow.
Delhi Police Sets Up Covid Helpline - BW Businessworld
Delhi Police Sets Up Covid Helpline
Indian Air Force Commanders' Conference 2021 concluded in New Delhi - All India Radio
The Indian Air Force Commanders’ Conference 2021, themed ‘Reorienting for the Future’ concluded at Air headquarters in New Delhi on Friday.
Delhi Capitals' Anrich Nortje available for selection after testing negative for Covid - 19 - ESPNcricinfo
Nortje had to spend an extended time in quarantine after a false positive test
Youth World Boxing C'ship: Arundhati in QFs, 3 others also win in another good day for India - Assam Tribune
Youth World Boxing C'ship: Arundhati in QFs, 3 others also win in another good day for India
'Govt should regulate cryptocurrencies, not ban them' - Assam Tribune
'Govt should regulate cryptocurrencies, not ban them'
Scavengers help clean New Delhi, plea for vaccine - Mooresville Tribune
The scavengers wait patiently for a dump truck to tip the trash on the summit of the landfill outside New Delhi.
JNU to continue online classes for current semester; admission may start by April - end: VC - The Tribune
New Delhi, April 12
JNU vice chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar on Monday said the varsity will continue the current semester in online mode and the admission process may start by the end of April. Kumar, a
A shot in the arm for Indian shooters - The Tribune
It’s the last day of the ISSF World Cup in New Delhi. The team competition in trap discipline is being played out and skeet shooter Mairaj Ahmad Khan has walked in to watch the
The Latest: WHO chief calls growth in virus cases 'worrying' - Minneapolis Star Tribune
The Latest: WHO chief calls growth in virus cases 'worrying'
PM Modi calls for increasing production of medical grade oxygen - Assam Tribune
PM Modi calls for increasing production of medical grade oxygen
Students turn teachers for underprivileged kids in Covid times - Assam Tribune
Students turn teachers for underprivileged kids in Covid times
Day workers leaving India's cities as virus dries up jobs - Minneapolis Star Tribune
Migrant workers are piling into rail stations in India's financial capital Mumbai to head back to their home villages now that virus-control measures have dried up work in the hard-hit region.
Sputnik target set at 850 mn doses yearly - The Tribune India
New Delhi, April 13
The Drug Controller General of India on Tuesday approved Sputnik V Covid-19 vaccine for emergency use in India, making it the third registered jab in the country. The approval cam