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Delhi News Updates: City reports 249 new Covid-19 cases, zero deaths

Delhi reports 249 new Covid-19 cases, zero deaths and 338 recoveries in the last 24 hours. Active cases at 1,261.

Satyendar Jain lays foundation stone of sewer networks in Najafgarh, Matiala Assembly segments
Delhi Water Minister Satyendar Jain on Sunday laid the foundation stone of a 505-km sewer network for 84 colonies and 27 villages of the Najafgarh and Matiala Assembly constituencies, according to an official statement.
Man killed by friends for his inability to return Rs 500 to them: Police
A 45-year-old man was allegedly killed in the Samaypur badly area of Outer North Delhi by two of his acquaintances for his inability to return a paltry sum of around Rs 500 borrowed from one of them, police said on Sunday
Centenary celebrations: DU plans to invite either President or PM to release commemorative stamp, coin
The Delhi University plans to invite either President Ram Nath Kovind or Prime Minister Narendra Modi for unveiling its commemorative stamp and coin as part of its year-long centenary celebrations beginning May 1, sources said on Sunday.
Delhi govt organises cultural event to celebrate legacy of Sunderlal Bahuguna
The Delhi government organised a cultural programme in the Assembly on Sunday to celebrate the legacy of Chipko movement leader Sunderlal Bahuguna, according to an official statement.
Delhi civic polls: Expenditure limit for candidates increased to Rs 8 lakh
The State Election Commission of Delhi has increased the limit of expenditure that can be incurred by a candidate in the elections for the city’s three municipal corporations to Rs 8 lakh from Rs 5.75 lakh.
HC asks Delhi officials why contempt proceeding shouldn’t be initiated for laxity in saving trees
The Delhi High Court has sought response from several city officials on why contempt proceedings should not be initiated against them for dereliction of duty in protecting and preserving trees.
PWD to revamp arterial Delhi roads
Delhi’s Public Works Department (PWD) will soon revamp its arterial roads having 30 metres or more right of way (ROW) following instructions from the city government to strengthen such stretches, officials said on Sunday.
Delhi: Two held for trying to uproot ATM in Nangloi
Delhi Police on Saturday claimed to have arrested two men and apprehended a juvenile for allegedly attempting to uproot an ATM in west Delhi’s Nangloi area.
Had it not been for the presence of mind of an e-rickshaw driver, two girls aged 7 and 4 years could well have lived the life of beggars on the streets.
No country is on track to meet the World Health Organization’s 2025 targets on obesity. The World Obesity Federation, which is a lead partner to global agencies on obesity, including WHO, has warned that by 2030, one in five women and one in seven men will be obese, equivalent to over one billion of the global population.
Around 100 people, mostly from Ukraine but stay in Delhi, who moved long back in support for Ukraine, at Jantar Mantar
Two more Delhi govt schools get swimming pools; total 24
Two more swimming pools were inaugurated at two Delhi government schools on Saturday, taking the total to 24 such pools. The registration for receiving training in these schools will begin from April 1, and the students of private schools, too, can avail the facility.
Over 30 lakh passengers in Delhi Metro & 10 lakh passengers in airports across the country pass through the security of CISF, we’ve returned belongings worth Rs 12 crore to air travellers while our personnel have helped people during emergencies: Sheel Vardhan Singh DG CISF

Mother Dairy will increase milk prices by Rs 2 per litre in Delhi-NCR with effect from Sunday due to rise in procurement costs.