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200 non-AC, second class passenger trains to run from June 1: Railways Executive Director
While speaking to ANI in Delhi on May 20, Railways ...
Amrapali case: ED to question JP Morgan officials including Chinese director
The apex court said that the money would be used for completing ...
Delhi Covid cases may hit 550k by July end: Manish Sisodia
Officials from the Centre say there is no community transmission of coronavirus in...
Five ED officials test positive for COVID-19, headquarters sealed
According to the officials, the employees who have tested positive include a special director rank officer and an investigating officer. All of them have been admitted to isolation facilities for treatment. People who came in contact with them have been quarantined, they added.
Housing, resettlement societies fuel surge in cases across Delhi
Deploying the rapid antigen testing kit, Delhi government is now conducting improved surveillance and contact tracing.
Delhi government sets up panel for overall preparedness of hospitals to battle COVID-19
The committee will guide the Delhi government on healthcare infrastructure augmentation and overall preparedness of hospitals to battle COVID-19, officials said.
Situation remains calm but tense in northeast Delhi
Many students appeared for their board exams in riot-affected North East Delhi amid heavy security as authorities maintained that the situation continued to remain calm but tense in the area.
No tests for asymptomatic persons in Delhi now
ICMR guidelines earlier said: “Asymptomatic direct and high risk contacts of a confirmed case to be tested once between day 5 and day 10 of coming into contact with a confirmed case”.
Delhi govt seeks private spaces for Covid-19 care; budget hotels, banquet halls ask for fair rent, safety of staff
Owners of budget hotels, in their meetings with district administration officials, have raised more than 15 concerns, which include at least Rs 2,000 to Rs 4000 for a room, as opposed to the Centre's range of Rs 1,500 to Rs 2,000.
Govt may look at having public interest directors for non-profit companies using govt properties
Citing the case of Delhi Gymkhana Club, a source in the government said time has come for clubs also to do good governance. Such a provision can also be brought in through changes in rules under the companies law. The practice of having public interest directors is already in force in many classes of entities, including stock exchanges.
New education policy will have sports as part of curriculum: Kiren Rijiju
"The new education policy of India is also going to have sports as a part of education (and) sports not as extra-curricular activities," Rijiju said on Thursday during the inaugural session of the 'International Webinar on Olympism and Olympic Education in the 21st century'.
COVID-19: 'Nationalism', 'citizenship', 'demonetisation' among chapters dropped from CBSE syllabus
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) notified the new syllabus for classes 9 to 12 for the 2020-21 academic session on Wednesday after rationalising up to 30 per cent of the curriculum.
IndiGo appoints Venkataramani Sumantran as independent director
Venkataramani Sumantran serves as an adjunct professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is on several statutory and advisory boards in India, Europe and the US. Dr. Sumantran, with a rich experience of over 35 years having worked in the USA, Europe and Asia, has been an industry leader, technocrat, academic and author.
There is 'transmission in community', says Satyendar Jain on coronavirus infection in Delhi
"There is transmission in the community. But if it is community transmission or not that can be declared by the Centre only. It is a technical term," a statement quoting Jain said.
Locust attack: Delhi environment minister calls emergency meeting
Earlier in the day, the skies over many parts of Gurugram turned dark as swarms of locusts descended on the town. However, the migratory pests are likely to spare the national capital for now, officials said.