Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar said that the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has issued a notice to the Delhi government to take strict and swift action on the complaints forwarded to it about activities causing pollution in Delhi-National Capital Region.
“The petitioner is directed to provide his contact number/address to the SHO concerned as also he shall keep open his location app in his mobile at all time and shall not leave the NCR of Delhi without seeking permission of the learned Trial Court,” said Justice Yogesh Khanna in the order.
However, Additional Solicitor General S V Raju suggested before the court that Tanha can be permitted to stay in a guest house, but in judicial custody, during the examination period.
Malviya Nagar, one of Delhi’s oldest and congested locality, could soon see freer roads with the South MCD preparing an elaborate decongestion plan under which five multi-level parking lots and a skywalk would be built.
The total cases now stand at 5,82,058. Of the total tests, 33,298 were RT-PCR, considered the gold standard, while the remaining were rapid antigen tests, which has a far less specificity rate.
The Delhi government informed the court in a reply that it has decided not to impose night curfew.
The bench said that rejoinder if any needs to be filed in two weeks thereafter and posted the matter for further hearing in third week of January.
In a status report filed in court, the Delhi government has said that it has for now issued an order directing that status quo be maintained with regard to permitted and restricted activities in the city till December 31.
In a Tweet put out on Thursday morning Gurgaon Traffic Police’s clarified that the diversion is for protestors.
An FIR has been lodged against a pollution check centre for giving pollution certificates to vehicles in Faridabad without proper inspection, said officials on Wednesday.
Initial investigation has revealed that the victim’s eldest son was angry as his friends were making fun of him after his father applied for divorce but his mother refused to accept it.
Currently, the Singhu border is being blocked, which is one of the routes taken by farmers of northern states to come to Delhi.
Health Minister Satyendar Jain said the positivity rate is rapidly coming down in the city.
In Delhi, there are 30,302 active cases at the moment, out of which 18,423 are under home isolation.
The three systems — CMS, NETRA and NATGRID — allow the government “a 360-degree surveillance” of all citizens including the judges, said Advocate Prashant Bhushan who represented the petitioner.
One million international passengers travelled to and from the Delhi airport from May 25 to October, an official from the Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) said.
“We issued strict orders on Monday to ensure that the turnaround period is 24 hours. When labs conduct tests equivalent to their capacity, it results in a delay,” Health Minister Satyendar Jain.
The harvested lungs were flown to Delhi and a green corridor was created between the private hospital and the airport at Jaipur and then between the IGI international airport and the hospital. A stretch of 18.3 km was covered in 18 minutes.
“Chilla border that links Delhi to UP through Noida has been closed. Drivers who want to go to Noida can take U-turn from under Ghazipur-Akshardham flyover and also through Sarai Kale Khan,” the Delhi Traffic Police tweeted.
Sitting on the road and making posters that read “Haqq ki ladai” and “Kisan Majdoor Chattra — ek saath” was a group of students from Delhi University.
Police have claimed that Apoorva Shukla, accused of killing her husband Rohit Shekhar Tiwari, allegedly killed her husband by smothering and strangulating him following an argument.
According to police, initial investigation revealed that the man, Pankaj Sudhakar (42), was allegedly speeding at the time as he had to visit another clinic in Gurgaon and was running late.
After the resignation of former Union minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal from the cabinet over new farm laws, SAD’s Delhi unit had also decided that their councillors holding different posts in the civic bodies would resign.
The government had announced late Monday evening that it had invited representatives of farmer unions for a meeting on Tuesday, and different organisations leading the protests held a meeting earlier in the morning to decide on whether to accept the decision.
During the day, tractors inched closer to the barricaded areas at Ghazipur even as Delhi Police and Rapid Action Forces kept a close eye on their movements.