An alarming surge in dengue cases reported in the aftermath of recent floods. The Delhi Health Minister Saurabh Bhardwaj on July 28, said that genome sequencing of 20 dengue samples was done out of which 19 samples had severe strain Type-2. Bhardwaj further informed that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has directed the Health Department to reserve beds for dengue patients and ensure adequate medicines at hospitals and ‘mohalla’ clinics… read-more
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Despite assurance of Delhi Government, the flood situation in the region near Yamuna River is concerning. After days, the water level once again crossed the danger mark, leaving residents in a worried situation. The National Disaster Management authority and concerned officials are making efforts to evacuate people, especially those residing near the region. Furthermore, the rescue operation in the flood affected region of National capital is… read-more
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal wrote a letter to Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena expressing alarm over the recent surge in crimes in the national capital. Kejriwal has proposed a meeting between the Delhi Cabinet and the LG to discuss the matter and find solutions, after being disturbed with the rising crimes. AAP Leader emphasized the urgent need to enhance police patrolling and engage with residents to address the escalating crime situation.
After heat for two days, Delhi is likely to witness moderate to light rainfall for, says the IMD. Thunderstorm and gusty winds with speed of 30 to 40 km/hr is expected to occur on March 31, for few hours in areas like Mundaka, Pashchim Vihar, Rajauri Garden, Jafarpur, Nazafgarh, Dwarka, Palam, IGI Airport), NCR (Bahadurgarh) Jind, Adampur, Hissar, Gohana, Hansi, Meham, Tosham, Rohtak, Bhiwani, Charkhi Dadri, Mattanhail, Jhajjar, and others.… read-more
The IMD predicted poor or worsening air quality index in coming days. On October 14, Delhi recorded AQI in the moderate category, even as the city's air quality is likely to deteriorate to the poor category in the next few days. The Central Pollution Control Board's 24-hour Air Quality Index (AQI) bulletin showed that Delhi's air quality was in the moderate category at 154.
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is conducting raids at more than 25 locations in Delhi, in connection with the Delhi Excise Policy Scam. The case involves Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, politicians and others including businessmen in Hyderabad. In the new raid, the premises of businessmen dealing in liquor are being searched. However, details of the raid and an official statement from the ED agency is awaited.
Amid the second multilocation Public Front of India (PFI) raids, 30 people associated with the PFI were detained in Delhi. On September 27, raids were carried out in Nizamuddin and Shaheen Bagh, in the national capital as part of a crackdown against the outfit. The Special Cell of the Delhi Police conducted raids and said, "We have conducted raids at multiple locations."
The Central Government announced to provide shelter and protection to 1,100 Rohingyas, staying in tents. On August 17, a high-level meeting was held regarding the accommodation of Rohingyas in Delhi. Chaired by the Chief Secretary of Delhi, the government assured to shift refugees into flats equipped with basic facilities and security. "These refugees will soon be shifted to NDMC flats in Bakkarwala village of Outer Delhi," said the… read-more
Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia approved the revamping of 17 roads in the national capital. On June 27, Sisodia released an official statement, approving projects worth Rs 13.58 crores, in which a total of 12.83 km of roads in Tilak Nagar, Vikaspuri and Janakpuri areas. "The PWD has expedited the work of road strengthening and beautification across the city. The department is using modern technologies and global standards." read the statement… read-more
In 2022, the national capital reported 130 dengue cases have been reported, confirmed the Delhi Civic Body, on June 27. In detail, Delhi recorded 23 dengue cases in January, 16 in February, 22 in March, 20 in April and 30 in May and 23 cases in June. Compared to last year, the capital city registered three times more in 2022. The Municipal Corporation of Delhi urged people to be careful.