DELHI DIRECTORATE OF EDUCATION
World Bank clears $500 mn to improve quality of education system
The World Bank on Sunday said its Board of Executive Directors has approved USD 500 million (about Rs 3,700 crore) loan to improve quality and governance of school education in six Indian states.
Eat, Pray and Shop: Delhi steps out into a changed world
For shops in malls, the guidelines suggest keeping the number of customers at a time...
Parminder Chopra takes over as Power Finance Corporation Director (Finance)
Chopra was working as Executive Director (Finance) at Power Finan...
Sebi slaps Rs 25 lakh fine on Sheen Agro's directors
The regulator had conducted a probe in fund mobilization by Sheen Agro.
Delhi's massive 10k Covid-19 facility is ready to receive patients
Nearly 2,000 beds, 10% of those with oxygen-support facility, have already been placed, and 170 doctors and 700 nurses and paramedics have registered to work at the facility, officials said.
Sikkim reports first COVID-19 case as Delhi returnee tests positive
The student, who hails from Rabangla in South Sikkim district, is undergoing treatment at Sir Thutob Namgyal Memorial (STNM) Hospital.
DU final year exam for UG, PG from July 1; open book mode if Covid-19 situation doesn't improve
Under the 'Open-Book' mode of examination, the student will be able to refer books, notes and other study materials to answer the questions. Students will sit in their homes and will download question papers for their respective course from the portal. They will upload the answers in a span of two hours.
Shortage of nurses cripples Mumbai and New Delhi hospitals
The crisis is most acute in Mumbai. Almost 1,000 nurses returned to their hometowns as the city became the nation’s Covid-19 epicentre with the highest number of cases. Private and public hospitals are left with a few hundred nurses who work double shifts and attend to a threefold increase in the number of patients.
SAIL director Atul Srivastava passes away
Atul Srivastava, Director (Personnel), Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) passed away on June 10, 2020 at Apollo Hospital, New Delhi following a cardiac arrest.
Salaries paid to company directors not to attract GST: CBIC
"The part of director's remuneration that are declared as 'salaries' in the books of a company and subjected to TDS under Section 192 of the IT Act, are not taxable being consideration for services by an employee to the employer in the course of or in relation to his employment in terms of Schedule III of the CGST Act, 2017," the CBIC said.
No reason to hide anything: Delhi health minister over 'under-reporting' of COVID-19 deaths
Confusion prevailed over the number of COVID-19 deaths in Delhi, with data from four hospitals showing that 92 people succumbed to the infection as against 68 reported by the government.
Delhi government issues SOP for hospitals on reporting COVID-19 deaths
Delhi Chief Secretary Vijay Dev issued an order along with the SOP under which all COVID-19 hospitals and other facilities will e-mail a 'death report' to the government by 5 pm everyday.
As Covid patients with breathing issues line up in Bengaluru, it's a race for ventilators
According to data from Karnataka's Covid war room, 284 beds with ventilator support are reserved in Bengaluru to treat Covid-19 patients, including in government and private hospitals and medical colleges. While ventilators in government-run hospitals and medical colleges are fast filling, 35 machines are vacant in private medical colleges.
Anti-dumping duty likely on steel products from Japan, EU, US, Korea
The commerce and industry ministry has recommended imposition of the anti-dumping duty on the product from these countries and rejected the demand to exclude products based on their quality, citing circumvention of the duty. “The interested parties have argued that non-prime materials should be excluded from the PUC (product under consideration),”DGTR.
LG forms panel for measures to tackle COVID-19; SC calls state of affairs in hospitals 'horrific'
Baijal is the chairman of the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA). The move came two days after Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal met Union Home Minister Amit Shah and discussed the COVID-19 situation in Delhi. With 34,867 COVID-19 cases so far, Delhi is in dire straits as the city recording 1,877 cases on Thursday, the highest single-day spike yet.
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