Restaurants, shops to bear the brunt of weekend curfew in Delhi - Delhi government has announced weekend curfew in the national capital to deal with the rising cases of COVID-19. New restrictions allow restaurants to only facilitate home delivery and takeaways, banning dine-in to curb the spread of the virus.
In view of the increasing demand for medical oxygen, the Union Health Ministry said a tender will be finalised for the import of 50,000 MT of medical oxygen and possible sources will be identified by MEA.
Delhi government has decided to enforce a weekend curfew in light of the recent surge in Covid-19 cases. The decision was taken following a meeting between Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and Lieutenant Governor (LG) Anil Baijal on Thursday.
As the COVID cases surge in India, Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan visits AIIMS at Delhi and meets Director Randeep Guleria. Starting with AIIMS trauma centre at 8:30 AM today, the Health Minister will visit healthcare facilities over the next few days 'to assess & further scale up facilities'. Dr. Vardhan reviews the situation of the hospital and the preparedness to fight against the second wave of the virus. AIIMS Director Dr Randeep Guleria along with other doctors of the hospital were also present. Listen in to what the Health Minister has to say and tune in to Times Now.
Since the night curfew has been imposed, shopkeepers wrap up by 7:30-8 pm so that they can reach their homes on time. This has been impacting business as only a few people come out to shop during the day in summers.
Apple resellers have close to 20 exclusive Apple outlets in Delhi malls, whereas nearly half of the operations of multi-brand retailers like Croma and Reliance Digital flow through malls. Delhi is the top city for smartphone sales in India with 10% share of overall country's sales, followed by Mumbai's 9%, say industry experts. It also has the largest share of customers buying premium devices.
Four days before the HC ordered quashing of investigations by SIT into Behbal Kalan and Kotkapura firing incidents, the Punjab government had ordered slashing of Advocate Harin P Raval’s fee by 1.5 times, after Punjab’s Home Secretary Anurag Agarwal raised the objections over “high” amount charged by him.