Naresh Tyagi, a contractor, was going for a morning walk at around 5.30 am when two assailants on a scooter opened fire at him in Lohiya Nagar officer's colony under Sihani Gate Police Station area, police said.
Addressing a press conference, AAP chief spokesperson Saurabh Bharadwaj said the pollution body should be called the "Central Political Controlled Board". The party also demanded that the power plants be shut down immediately.
Delhi riots: One of the videos purportedly shows groups of policemen carrying arms and batons throwing portions of bricks alongside alleged rioters. The faces of the policemen as well as the rioters are visible.
“After 2015, the Centre has not purchased a single crop from farmers of Delhi, let alone on MSP. Farmers of Delhi were left to get plundered by private players,” Chadha said.
Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai Thursday launched a war room to monitor air pollution levels in real-time and stubble burning in neighbouring states.
On August 26, ACMM Vishal Pahuja had dismissed the complaint filed by Karat and CPI(M) leader K M Tewari in February for registration of an FIR against Thakur and Verma for their alleged hate speech in relation to the anti-CAA protests.
The man, Sumit, has been accused in two complaints — setting a shop on fire as well as for stealing a scooter, auto wheel parts worth 7 lakh and a Rs 2.5 lakh air-compressor from a tyre/puncture repair shop during the Northeast Delhi riots.
"Nobody here talks about the protest or is willing to talk about it anymore. They're scared," said Bilkis Bano, the 82-year old 'Dadi of Shaheen Bagh'.
A video on social media, which went viral on Wednesday, showed Prasad and his wife Badami Devi talk about how they were barely getting any customers at their kiosk called 'Baba ka Dhaba' since the lockdown.
The FIR, registered based on a complaint by the Child Helpline member, indicates that the child’s ordeal began hours after reaching his new home when, on his asking for food, his stepfather allegedly began beating him with a belt.
The Northeast Delhi riots in February turned Akram Khan’s (22) life upside down, as an explosion left him permanently incapacitated, entitled to be granted a compensation of Rs 5 lakh from the Delhi government.
Police had submitted that around 100 people were standing on the terrace of Hussain’s house and throwing petrol bombs on the houses of other community.
According to sources, the decision has been taken after it was found out that several people, even those with symptoms, were not coming forward to get tested fearing that a poster will be put up outside their homes.
A GRAP taskforce, led by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), has advised EPCA that the NCR has slipped into ‘poor’ air category as weather conditions were turning adverse.
Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai said a 10-member team has been set up to monitor the levels of primary pollutants, measures taken to curb pollution and status of complaints received through Green Delhi mobile application.
Cinemas, theatres and multiplexes in the city will open with 50 per cent seating capacity in line with the Unlock 5.0 guidelines issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs last week.
The victims, Ankit Malhotra and Ranjan Kalra, both aged 35, worked at an event management company in Delhi and were on their way to the airport when the accident took place.
At present, restaurants are allowed to operate between 7 am and 11 pm, without additional permissions. Those with licence to serve liquor can operate till 1 am.
Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai spells out the plan to control sources of pollution, and challenges on the way.
Calm wind speed and lower temperatures are causing accumulation of pollutants from internal sources within Delhi and also external sources, including from increasing farm fires in Punjab and Haryana.
In November last year, Zurich Airport International AG had won the bid for building the greenfield airport set to come up in Greater Noida's Jewar.
The 17,000-page chargesheet was filed in September to bolster its case that the riots were part of a larger conspiracy.
In its letter sent to the Delhi government on Tuesday, the CPCB has said that 40 per cent of complaints regarding pollution and waste on social media, and 12 per cent of those received on the SAMEER app, a public complaint portal, are yet to be resolved.
The petitioners have argued that the entire idea behind inviting objections for 30 days discourages inter-faith marriages.
According to an order issued by the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA), such establishments will remain closed in COVID-19 containment zones in the city.
Kajal Aggarwal gets ready for wedding