4th August, 2020 Delhi breathes in ?satisfactory? air as overall AQI clocks at 69 - Times Now
Delhi NCR pollution level today: Air quality in Delhi stood in the ‘satisfactory’ category on Tuesday, with SAFAR recording an overall AQI of 69.
Haryana hits best recovery rate in country after Delhi - The Indian Express
According to state Covid bulletin released on Monday evening, Haryana’s recovery rate showed a further improvement to 81.97 per cent.
South Korea to soon establish Korean language institute in Delhi: South Korean Envoy - BW Businessworld
South Korea to soon establish Korean language institute in Delhi: South Korean Envoy
Delhi raised Pangong, Depsang; NSA group to review - The Indian Express
Sources said the key agenda for the Indian side was to find a way ahead for further disengagement at Pangong Tso where the Chinese have come in around 8 km to the Indian side of the LAC.
Parliamentary panel to explore uniform speed limit in Delhi - Times of India
A parliamentary committee on Tuesday will deliberate on the need to bring uniformity in speed limits across the national capital.
Car stealers in top gear as Delhi unlocks - India Today
With Metro shut and people preferring private vehicles in coronavirus time, theft cases are spiralling. Police mark key hotspots, tighten patrolling and widen CCTV surveillance in the Capital.
Delhi sees 805 new Covid - 19 cases, RT - PCR testing still low - Times of India
The capital recorded 805 fresh cases of Covid-19 on Monday, taking the total tally to over 1.38 lakh. The death toll, meanwhile, rose to 4,021 with 1
Delhi Now 12th In Country In Number Of Active COVID Cases: Minister - NDTV
The national capital is now on 12th position among states and union territories in terms of active cases of COVID-19, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said on Saturday.
Man held in Delhi for routing international calls using illegal set - up, causing loss to govt - Times of India
The accused Sumit Kumar Bisdah, 27, was apprehended from his rented house in Delhi after an FIR was lodged in Noida on a complaint by officials of the
Delhiwale: Chasing the monsoon sights - Hindustan Times
Delhiwale: Chasing the monsoon sights
Delhi: Out for a swim, two siblings drown in Yamuna, friend saved - The Indian Express
Police said that Ajay and Karan, who live in Gandhi Nagar, went to meet their friend Rakesh in Kotwali on Monday morning and the three went to the river.
S Korea thinking to establish Korean language institute in Delhi, says Envoy - Times of India
The Republic of Korea's Ambassador to India, Shin Bong-kil, stated that the South Korean government is thinking of establishing a Korean language institute in Delhi. His statement comes after India’s new National Education Policy offered several languages at secondary level including the Korean language. Bong-kil said, “Happy to hear Korean language will be offered at secondary level, it was reported heavily in Korean media. Korean government is thinking of giving extensive help & establishing Korean language institute in Delhi.”
Gang Of ATM Card - Cloners Busted In Delhi, 2 Arrested - NDTV
The Delhi Police has busted a gang of ATM card-cloners with the arrest of two persons who used to target people at ATM booths on the pretext of helping them withdraw cash, police said Monday.
WHO to look into seroprevalence studies conducted in Delhi, Mumbai - The Indian Express
While most seroprevalence results find less than 10 per cent of the population to be seropositive — indicating exposure to the virus — India’s studies in these two cities have pegged the rates much higher.
Healthy trend: Fewer Covid deaths and active cases, low positivity rate in Delhi - The Indian Express
According to data shared by the Delhi government, while total active cases on July 1 were 30% of all cases recorded, the percentage dropped to 7.3% by Monday, August 3.
Delhi: Man involved in 2 shootings held after shootout with cops - The Indian Express
On July 31, two men had fired three shots at a sweet shop in Hari Nagar. Kapil was allegedly involved in both incidents, said police.
Delhi: At AIIMS, Covid didn?t slow down sarcoma surgeries - The Indian Express
The study revealed that during the lockdown, 37 patients, or 90%, underwent a major surgical intervention, against 24 patients, or 48%, in the non-lockdown group.
16 safai workers died on Covid duty, says panel - Times of India
New Delhi: At least 16 sanitation workers have passed away while carrying out Covid-19 duties between May and July, Delhi Commission For Safai Karamch.
St Stephen?s to take online interviews for postgraduate admissions - Hindustan Times
St Stephen?s to take online interviews for postgraduate admissions
Covid - 19: One in five people doesn?t get antibodies for long - term immunity, says Delhi panel chief - Scroll.in
Dr SK Sarin also claimed that waiting for people to develop herd immunity was not a viable solution.
Over Rs 1.62 crores provided to accused before Delhi violence - WION
Around Rs 1.62 crores were provided to the accused of North East Delhi violence before the violence started in February this year, Delhi Police sources said.
Sources said that Rs 1.42 crores were spent on several things including management of 20 protests (Anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests) at different sites and purchase of weapons.
Delhi Man Poses As Cop, Files False Case To Settle Scores; Arrested - NDTV
A 25-year-old man was arrested in New Delhi for allegedly posing as a police inspector, thrashing a group of people he got into an argument with over lane driving, and lodging a false robbery case against them to take revenge, police said on Monday.
Delhi Reports 805 New COVID - 19 Cases, Lowest In Over 2 Months - NDTV
The national capital recorded 805 fresh coronavirus cases on Monday, the lowest in over two months, taking the infection tally to 1,38,482, authorities said on Monday.