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Manish Sisodia: Delhi schools to reopen January 18 for Classes 10 and 12

The Delhi government has decided to reopen schools in the capital from January 18 for students of Classes 10 and 12.

Farmers protest: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal extends support to Bharat Bandh call by farmers

Kejriwal tweeted that volunteers of AAP will join hands with farmers in the peaceful protest across the country on Tuesday. Delhi CM also requested the people to support the farmers and take part in the protests.

With Covid-19 cases growing in Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal hikes penalty for not wearing mask to Rs 2,000 from Rs 500

Kejriwal urged people not to celebrate Chathh Puja outside. He said Covid-19 will spread on a larger scale if people will celebrate or observe festivals outside, in the river or a pond. With a large number of people entering a pond or a river at once will increase the spread of coronavirus, he said.

Delhi: Only 50 allowed at wedding, 200 limit revised to curb Covid-19

In the backdrop of fresh surge in Covid-19 cases, Delhi has reduced the number of people allowed at weddings from 200 to 50. Delhi's Lt Governor Anil Baijal on Wednesday officially approved the Delhi government’s decision.

Delhi Covid-19 situation should be under control in 7-10 days: Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said the coronavirus situation in Delhi was not in a good state but it will be under...

Delhi High Court says one-fourth of Delhi’s population seems to have coronavirus, according to sero survey

The report further stated that in 25 percent of the persons tested had Covid-19 antibodies. 15,015 people were tested under the survey conducted between October15 to October 21.The survey found that the prevalence of antibodies in females at 26.1 percent is slightly higher than males at 25.06 percent.

Covid-19 update: Delhi schools to stay closed till further orders, says Sisodia

Delhi deputy CM Manish Sisodia puts an end to speculations about the partial reopening of schools. All schools in Delhi will remain closed until next order.

18-year-old Delhi student beaten to death over friendship with a woman

The deceased Rahul Rajput was a second year student in Delhi University’s School of Open Learning and he would also give tuitions to school students to help his family which largely depended on his father’s earnings as a taxi driver.

New Parliament building: Tata firm bid beats L&T for part of Central Vista project

Tatas has won the contract of constructing the new Parliament building at a cost of Rs 861.90 crore. Tata projects have won the contract of constructing the new parliament building at a cost of Rs 861.90 crore, beating Larsen and Toubro.

Bars, pubs set to reopen in Delhi from September 9

The shadow of the coronavirus may not have retracted from India or the capital but Delhi is set to reopen its bars, restaurants and pubs from September 9.

Supreme Court: Odd-even no solution, air quality continues to remain severe

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said the decision whether to extend the odd-even scheme would be taken on Monday after due deliberations with other...

Teachers and students take to streets to protest “privatisation of education”

Three major teacher associations of the country came together and marched to protest against the proposals in the Draft National Education Policy (DNEP) 2019....

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Designer Manish Malhotra tests positive for Covid-19

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Uttar Pradesh announces complete lockdown on Sunday

A massive sanitization program will be carried out across all 75 districts and this will be a weekly feature.

Covid-19: India records 2,17,353 cases, highest single-day spike since pandemic begin

Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Saturday held an emergency meeting at his residence to assess the covid-19 situation in the country. This comes a day after when the state recorded 14,738, out of these 10,497 were reported in Bengaluru on April 15.