While the family of the deceased, Nilesh, has alleged that he committed suicide allegedly due to harassment by the landlord for rent, police said they haven’t found any suicide note or any other proof to support the claim. The incident took place at around 11 am Tuesday.
“These days, people are holding weddings in banquet halls and hotels leading to fewer takers for community halls…,” said a senior official, adding that location, security, maintenance issues in water supply and electricity at community halls are other factors.
At the Anand Vihar ISBT, a steady stream of migrant workers from Uttar Pradesh are arriving in Delhi to resume work in NCR, around three months after the lockdown was eased.
“Aam Aadmi Party is a secular party and has no place in the party for anyone who disrespects any religion,” AAP Tilak Nagar MLA Jarnail Singh said.
ASI Zakir Hussain hailed from Gangwara village in Meerut, UP. He joined the Delhi Police in 1993 and shifted to Wazirabad with his family. He is survived by his wife, two sons and daughter.
“This library is exclusively for the police force, but the facility can also be utilised by members of the SSG for their benefits. The society will be responsible for managing the library in collaboration with Gurgaon Police,” said Commissioner of Police K K Rao.
A total of 1,33,405 patients have recovered, migrated or have been discharged so far. The capital’s recovery rate stands at 89.8%, while the positivity rate is 5.89%.
To begin with, a five-month feasibility study is set to be launched to prepare a roadmap of the proposed changes in road design, carry out surveys to find out the volume of fast and slow moving vehicles, their origin and destination, and pedestrian count, among others.
“Time has come to act proactively to stop such incidences in the future. FAIMS pledge its full support in this regard to you and the administration,” stated the association in the letter to the director.
Since July 21, Asha workers, who are at the forefront of the fight against Covid-19 in the Capital, have been on strike. Their demands include Rs 10,000 honorarium per month and PPE kits.
While Sudeeksha was a rising star for the village, for her siblings, she was their guiding light. Her younger brother, Yashraj (11), said, “She would study late into the night. She also made timetables for us.”
According to a recent AIIMS interim analysis of a randomised controlled trial of plasma therapy, the process did not show any clear mortality benefit among the 30 corona patients who were part of the study.
“They had gone to report on a story and people in the area got annoyed. Police safely evacuated the three. We got reports they were manhandled but nobody has suffered any major injuries. We will do an inquiry before filing an FIR… We do not have any information regarding why they went there,” DCP (Northeast) Ved Prakash Surya said.
Under the redevelopment scheme, 90% ground coverage with 350 floor area ratio will be allowed, which means shopkeepers will be allowed to build a basement, ground, first and second floors.
Sudeeksha Bhati, hailing from Greater Noida’s Dadri, had scored 98% in the Humanities stream, and received a full scholarship to pursue a course in entrepreneurship at Babson College in Massachusetts. She had returned to her village, Deri Skaner, on March 13.
On Tuesday, The Indian Express reported that one in three students who were supposed to join Delhi government schools in Class VI from MCD primary schools have not done so yet.
Police said the men were rescued by village residents, who nabbed the accused and handed them over to police. “Investigations have not yet indicated any link between the July 31 case and Tuesday’s incident.
As the number of cases were on the rise, the 200-bed hospital was declared a Covid-only facility by the Delhi government in May. It is among six Delhi government hospitals which have been converted into a complete Covid facility.
On Saturday, police received information that a party was being organised at Shree Shyam Vakita in village Pochanpur, Dwarka by gangster Sunny’s associates.
The deceased, head constable Wazir Singh, was in charge of the vehicle and was sitting in the passenger seat, while constable Amit (26) was driving.
The case has been registered against Ambience owner Raj Singh Gehlot, Ambience Ltd, Ambience Developers and Infrastructure Pvt Ltd, and unknown officials of HUDA and Town and Country Planning Department in Haryana.
The company told the court they had sought suspension of monthly rent for the lockdown period as they were not able to use the premises. The court said the company was not entitled to seek waiver of rent under the law because there was only temporary non-use of property.
On Monday, the national capital reported 707 new cases of Covid-19 with 20 more deaths, taking the total number of confirmed cases to 1,46,134. The death toll mounted to 4,131.
According to police, on Monday, he took an hour-long break from the ward where he was seeking treatment, went to the roof of hostel 19 and jumped from there. Police said the matter is being investigated further.
The guard lived in Khora Colony, Noida, with his wife and their five-year-old son.