The Delhi High Court on Wednesday directed National Investigating Agency to put forward the record of the application moved by the NIA before the Special Judge (NIA),Delhi seeking an extension of the applicant’s judicial remand
The BJP on Thursday accused the AAP of not addressing the water scarcity facing Delhi and claimed people are being forced to abandon social distancing and hand hygiene to get to water tankers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Crime Branch of Delhi Police on Thursday filed 12 fresh charge-sheets at a Saket court against 541 foreign nationals, who had attended a congregation at Markaz Tablighi Jamaat in Nizamuddin area of the national capital.
Deaths linked to coronavirus are set to surge in Delhi as the Safdarjung Hospital reported 99 more deaths. The hospital - practically next-door to the prestigious All-India Institute of Medical Sciences -- had reported only four deaths from coronavirus till May 26, the Delhi government said.
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The Delhi government on Thursday warned of a possible locust invasion and asked authorities to spray insecticides and pesticides on crops, vegetation, gardens and orchards while several states in western and central India struggled to contain the worst infestation in nearly three decades. Overnight operations were carried out by authorities in Uttar Pradesh's Jhansi district while those in Madhya Pradesh used police sirens and urged farmers to beat utensils as locust swarms which first attacked Rajasthan and Gujarat, have now spread deeper into many states including Maharashtra, Haryana and Punjab.
Delhi Police, which is trying hard to ensure implementation of lockdown rules to prevent further spread of coronavirus, is under a lot of pressure these days after 450 of its personnel were found to be infected with the deadly virus.