Listing the “shortcomings on the part of GNCT… found” in these meetings, it said “(there was) no effective preventive steps to contain the infection”.
Delhi Police Spokesperson, Dr Eish Singhal told The Indian Express that after discussion with the farmer leaders, all the farmers have been allowed to enter Delhi for their peaceful protest at Nirankari ground. “We have appealed to them to maintain peace,” Singhal said.
'Dilli chalo' farmers protest: "Non-violent protest is every Indian's constitutional right. They can't be jailed because of it," a note from the Delhi government read.
After braving water cannon and lathis, and casting aside barricades, protesters on the march against the three new central farm laws were camping for the night on the highways.
On Thursday, in accordance with court orders, she was produced before the division bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi and Rajnish Bhatnagar.
The arguments were addressed by Kalita’s lawyer Adit Pujari before Additional Sessions Judge Amitabh Rawat. However, his arguments could not be completed and will be heard Friday.
A forest department official, on condition of anonymity, said, “We have asked CPWD to confirm this violation and explain the circumstances under which it happened... We will take action as required under the Delhi Preservation of Trees Act, 1994.”
Delhi Police counsel Amit Mahajan earlier submitted before the bench of Justice Vibhu Bakhru that the vigilance probe, with regard to leaking of confessional statement from the case diaries, has concluded.
A spokesperson from Rai’s office said his condition was stable. In a tweet, the minister said that after initial symptoms, he underwent a Covid-19 test and the report has come positive.
Dr Sherwal said the centre, which will occupy a space of about 5,000 square metres, is likely to be made functional by mid-December. The decision was taken following a review of the building by a team of the National Health Mission.
A statement issued by the DJB said the level of ammonia was increasing at the Wazirabad pond, which is expected to affect production at Wazirabad, Chandrawal and Okhla water treatment plants.
Committee chairperson Atishi said the committee will hold its sitting Friday. The committee will also visit the landfill site after its sitting, Atishi said in a statement.
To slow their commute, Metro services from NCR areas to Delhi were also suspended after police asked that entry be restricted at stations.
All educational institutions in the country have been closed since March in view of the coronavirus pandemic.
The court also asked the Delhi government what it had done so far with the huge amounts collected as fines for COVID norms violations, and suggested the funds be utilised in the fight against the virus.
"The fire escalated after several cylinders also exploded during the rescue operation and the fire spread. After the fire was doused, they began cooling operations," an official said.
Safoora Zargar, who is out on bail in the case, gave birth to a child on October 12. The Delhi High Court had granted her bail on June 23 on humanitarian grounds as she was 23 weeks pregnant then.
The survey was prompted by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs, which turned its focus on the national capital after case and death count rose alarmingly.
The chargesheet stated that the accused had entered into a “deep-rooted and sinister conspiracy to do an illegal act with the express object to disturb societal harmony by their terrorist acts”.
Many hospitals have been seeing patients who didn’t pay attention to mild symptoms and get themselves tested but were later found to have antibodies against the virus.
The city recorded 5,246 fresh Covid cases on Wednesday as the day’s positivity rate declined to 8.49 per cent. The death toll increased to 8,720, with 99 more casualties.
DCP (Northeast) Ved Prakash Surya said the accused have been identified Mohammed Khalid (31) and Tarik Ali (30), residents of Sunder Nagri, and that efforts are on to nab their brother Naasir and his accomplice.
According to the petition, filed by a lawyer on behalf of the woman, Sheena Choudhary, before the High Court, she was taken away by Rajasthan Police on Tuesday from Delhi while she was having lunch in Jamia Nagar with her friends.
The Delhi Metro also said no train will cross borders to enter Noida, Gurgaon or other NCR towns till 2 pm on Thursday.
According to a senior fire official, a part of the landfill was gutted at night and the fire soon spread to other parts but there was no damage to life or property.