Addressing the Delhi Assembly on violence in the parts of Delhi, Delhi Chief Minister also announced that AAP government will give Rs 1 crore compensation to Head Constable Ratan Lal who was killed during the violence.
The Delhi government issued an advisory for the private sector to allow their employees to work from home till March 31 in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, an official said on Friday.Allow employees to work from home: Delhi govt to pvt sector employers
Addressing a press conference, Sisodia said district magistrates have been asked to ensure that all directives pertaining to coronavirus are implemented. "All sports gatherings will be banned, including the IPL, in wake of the coronavirus threat," he said. Health Minister Satyendar Jain said home quarantine is the best solution in case one has any symptom of coronavirus.
Delhi has now become the second state to shut educational institutions as well as theaters after Kerala which has maximum confirmed cases of coronavirus in India.
New Delhi, Mar 02 (ANI): Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced that a compensation of Rs 1 crore will be given to the family of Intelligence Bureau official Ankit Sharma.Delhi Violence: IB official family member to be given job, Rs 1 crore compensation, announces CM Kejriwal
BSF DIG Pushpendra Singh Rathore had visited the house of Anees on Saturday, after IANS first reported about his house being gutted in the violence on Thursday. Rathore had promised the family to help rebuild the home.
Heavy security deployed at Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh and section 144 has been imposed. Police aim is to maintain law and order and prevent any untoward incident form occurring. On Feb 29, Hindu Sena has called off their Shaheen Bagh protest site clearance call. Protesters at Shaheen Bagh are sitting on dharna since mid-December to protest against the CAA, NPR and NRC. Heavy security force deployed at Shaheen Bagh to maintain law and order
What is left after the violence are frightened people, burnt-down lanes, abandoned homes, and an uneasy calm.
The death toll in Delhi's communal violence climbed to 39 on Friday, a Delhi health department official said on Friday. There were some areas of normalcy in the riot-hit localities of northeast Delhi with shops opening.
Senior IPS officer SN Shrivastava will be the next Delhi police commissioner, MHA officials have said. The move comes days after Shrivastava was made Special Commissioner (Law and Order) by the Home Ministry after bringing him from the Central Reserve Police Force to end the violence in Delhi over the controversial citizenship law.Special CP SN Shrivastava gets additional charge of Delhi Police Commissioner
The move comes days after Shrivastava was made Special Commissioner (Law and Order) by the Home Ministry after bringing him from the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) to end the violence in Delhi over the controversial citizenship law.
The minister's reaction came after the Congress alleged that Justice Muralidhar was transferred by the government to save BJP leaders in the Delhi violence case.
"Five more deaths recorded at GTB Hospital, and one more death at LNJP Hospital. One fatality was reported at Jag Pravesh Chandra Hospital on Thursday, taking the total death toll to 34," a senior official of the Delhi Health Department said. One person was declared brought dead by doctors, while another had died during treatment at the LNJP Hospital on Wednesday.
At least 20 people have been killed and hundreds injured in communal clashes in northeast Delhi over the last three days. "The violence has continued since Monday and there are still incidents of violence. This shows the massive failure of Delhi Police," Chidambaram tweeted.
Tense calm prevails across the national capital following the deadly violence that killed reportedly 19 people. Heavy police deployment in-order to avoid any untoward incident from taking place.Delhi violence: Death toll rises to 19; heavy police deployment in sensitive areas
The Home Minister appreciated the participation of all parties and urged them to exercise restraint, rise above party lines to tackle the situation, according to an official release. He also urged leaders to avoid giving provocative speeches and statements which could flare up the situation.
Jaffrabad, Maujpur-Babarpur, Gokulpuri, Johri Enclave and Shiv Vihar stations on the Pink Line Metro will remain closed and trains are being terminated at Welcome Metro Station.
Tension prevailed on Monday in Maujpur area of north-east Delhi after clashes between pro- and anti-CAA groups with stones being pelted and people running helter-skelter even as the police conducted flag marches to bring the situation under control.People say that there has been stone pelting from the crematorium side by the protesters.The Delhi Metro, meanwhile, announced closure of entrance and exit gates of Maujpur-Babarpur metro station. Delhi: Stone pelting, vandalism at Maujpur after anti-CAA groups clash
The incident at Jamia Nagar area was reported around 2.40am from Okhla Vihar colony when the locals dialled 100. The cops reached the spot and found the machine broken and kept outside the booth. It is suspected that the same gang of thieves is on the prowl.
Two criminals were killed in an encounter with the Special Cell of Delhi Police in Pul Prahladpur area on Monday. The encounter took place at around 5 am. The criminals have been identified as Raja Qureshi and Ramesh Bahadur. Thirty rounds of bullets were fired from both sides.Two suspected criminals shot dead in an encounter with police in Delhi
"My vote bank are all those people who want to give good education to their children, who want good medical treatment, who want roads to be constructed in front of their houses, those who want 24-hour electricity are my vote bank," he said.
Many Indians who were planning to travel to Europe and Southeast Asia are now either re-scheduling their trips or opting for domestic destinations like Goa, Kerala, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Himachal Pradesh and the Northeast.
A 20-year-old man set his motorcycle on fire in Delhi on Jan 01 after his motorcycle was impounded and he was fined by traffic police.Delhi: Man fined by traffic police, sets his bike on fire in anger
"Law making is the most sacrosanct job in democracy. And you are the enforcers of that law. If you fail to enforce laws, democracy fails. Law is as good as it is executed on the ground," Doval said while addressing young police officers here.
The Jamia Teachers' Association on Sunday condemned the violence against the amended citizenship act and said it was not part of the arson in south Delhi.
The institute said it is launching an M.Sc. in Economics and an M.Sc. in Cognitive Science from July 2020. The programmes will have 25 seats each. The institute said the cognitive science program would be highly interdisciplinary in nature, building on theories and methods from psychology, linguistics, neuroscience, artificial intelligence, philosophy and, anthropology among others.
Aam Aadmi Party’s victory has given a new lease of life to the idea of ‘alternative politics’ that CM Arvind Kejriwal has tried to woo the voters with since its birth as an offshoot of the Anna Hazare movement.
The Grand Old Party that ruled Delhi for 15 years from 1998 to 2013 and played a big role in the development of the capital, is missing from the campaign & people’s conversations. So far, only two Congress chief ministers –– Ashok Gehlot and Capt Amarinder Singh ––have campaigned in the capital.
The court said a copy of this order along with the orders passed on August 26, 2015, February 9, 2016, February 1 and May 1, 2019 in the case, be brought to the knowledge of the chief secretary for appropriate action.
Eleven members of a family were found dead under mysterious circumstances in north Delhi's Burari this morning, police said.
The survey involving nearly 1,000 respondents from Delhi-NCR shows that children eat out a lot but barely indulge in physical activity.
Jyotiraditya Scindia's resignation comes hours after Mumbai Congress president Milind Deora quit his post.
Sangma served the sixteenth Lok Sabha as its speaker from 1996 to 1998. He also remained the chief minister of Meghalaya from 1988 to 1990.
News Broadcasters Association condemned the assault on journalists and cameramen, especially women journalists, who were reporting from Patiala House Court.
With the Narendra Modi government's focus on social media, daily trend reports on social media sites could soon be the norm.
News Broadcasters Association expressed shock over Arvind Kejriwal's "unsubstantiated" charges against electronic media, time and again these days.
News of bomb blasts does not scare us,” exclaims Varun, a student while shopping with his two friends at Connaught Place on a not-so-busy Sunday afternoon.
Nifty formed a Long Bearish Candle on the daily scale after trading in a wide 400-point range.
"We are entering into co-living segment which is a big growth area.We have launched an exclusive section for co-living on our Housing.com, Housing.com CEO Dhruv Agarwala told reporters.
Bengaluru-based Dailyhunt said the acquisition underscores its aggressive strategy of attracting new users, residing in the tier I, III and IV Indian cities and towns.
Times Internet, today announced its partnership with Gameloft, a leader in the development and publishing of mobile games. This partnership would bring to their users top branded and licensed games.
PropTiger's Chief Business Officer Bhaskar Bagchi said the company has built a strong non-resident Indian (NRI) customer base over the years.
"The suit for defamation has been instituted on account of the company's weekly show 'Truth vs Hype' wherein the story -- 'The Ideal Partner in Rafael Deal' was broadcasted on the channel NDTV 24X7, on September 29, 2018," the filing said.
The NSE Nifty index was up 40.25 points up at 8967.15, while BSE Sensex was trading 117.66 points up at 28982.37 on February 23.
The first mock drill was conducted late in the evening at the tony Khan Market which has showrooms of major brands and is a favoured shopping haunt.
News of share buyback by two public sector entities, NMDC and MOIL, wherein the two companies announced plans to buy back just over 20 per cent of their paidup capital for over $1 billion, failed to prop up their stocks on Wednesday.
In the current role, he will be responsible for leveraging new acquisitions and brand building across cities.
"This was Foreign Direct Investment, of the sort that governments have been encouraging foreign investors to make," it said, while attaching all the relevant documents including about the government approvals.
News Corp-backed realty portal PropTiger.com is likely to sell about 3,500 housing units worth Rs 2,100 crore during the fiscal, up 17 per cent from the last year.
News In Shorts, a mobile app that provides top news stories of the day in 60 words, is planning to hire over 100 people by year-end as a part of its expansion drive.
n November last year, News Corp acquired a 25 per cent stake in Singapore-based Elara Technologies Pte Ltd which owns PropTiger.Com.
PropTiger.com, which recently merged Housing.com with itself in a major consolidation in the online realty space, will consider more acquisitions if it complements the company's existing business operations, its CEO Dhruv Agarwala said.
News channels and other media ventures will get 10-year security clearance instead of three years now as per Home Ministry decision.
News broadcasters have asked the government to reconsider its decision under which the security clearance for channels is valid for only three years.
News broadcaster New Delhi Television Limited has reported a net profit of Rs 28 crore for the quarter ended March 31, 2013.
News broadcasters have welcomed Tewari's recent statements that news channels must get an extension on the 12-minute cap on advertisement.
Sources said the TDSAT has agreed to hear the matter and asked the NBA to file an appeal to which broadcast regulator TRAI would respond.
News broadcasters have strongly criticised the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s notification that restricts the duration of advertisements on TV.
Housing, the most storied startups over the last 2 years, is expected to be merged at a significant discount to its valuation high of Rs 1,500 crore in late 2014.
News broadcasters in the country have criticised the revised uplinking and downlinking guidelines that disallows renewal of licences of television channels
News Broadcasters today said they were willing to pay 'reasonable' carriage fees after the digitization of cable services as a solution was reached at a meeting chaired by Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) chief Rahul Khullar last week.
News of the government intent to control prices of a major and diversified commodity like steel had never failed to create a fracas.
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