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Delhi News: Ghaziabad school shut, Noida school goes online after students, teachers test Covid positive – Times of India

Three students enrolled at two private schools in Ghaziabad have tested positive for coronavirus, while 16 cases including three among teachers were reported from a school in Noida, officials said on Monday. Stay with TOI for all updates:Read Less
Ghaziabad school shut, Noida school goes online after students and teachers test Covid positive
Three students enrolled at two private schools in Ghaziabad have tested positive for coronavirus, while 16 cases including three among teachers were reported from a school in Noida, officials said on Monday.
Delhi reports 137 fresh Covid-19 cases, 144 recoveries and zero deaths in the last 24 hours. Active cases 601

Violence on campus will not be tolerated, no bar on serving non-veg food: JNU administration

Peak power demand in Delhi touches 5,460 MW, highest in April so far: Discom officials

JNU students affiliated to AISA and SFI staged a protest near police headquarters in Delhi on Monday and demanded the arrest of the accused of violence.
Scores of #JawaharlalNehrUniversity students affiliated to #AISA and #SFI staged a protest near police headquarters… https://t.co/R8ysCYhTzS
Directorate General of GST Intelligence (DGGI), Gurugram has arrested one person for fraudulently availing Input Tax Credit above Rs 16 crores. He was produced before Patiala House Court on April 5th and ordered judicial custody for 14 days. Further investigation underway: DGGI

69 cases of dengue in Delhi this year
Eight fresh cases of dengue have been reported in the last one week in Delhi, taking the tally to 69, according to a civic report released on Monday. Till April 2 this year, 61 cases of dengue were recorded in the city.
Fight against pollution: Delhi to develop four world-class city forests under summer action plan, says minister Gopal Rai.

Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) members address a press conference after Left Union allegedly attacked them during Ram Navami Puja, at JNU, in New Delhi on Monday. Left Union also alleged that ABVP attacked them for eating and serving Non-veg in the hostel. (TOI Photo Piyal Bhattacharjee)
Left Union students address a press conference after a clash between Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) and the students of the left organisations at JNU, New Delhi on Monday. (TOI photo by Piyal Bhattacharjee)
JNU students sitting in dharna at Tughlak road police station after detention of protestors in front of the police headquarters. TOI photo by Anindya Chattopadhyay
Clash of students at JNU hostel unfortunate: Delhi home minister Satyendra Jain
The clash of students at the Jawaharlal Nehru University’s Kaveri Hostel was an “unfortunate” incident, Delhi home minister Satyendar Jain said on Monday. Two groups of students had clashed at the varsity’s Kaveri Hostel here allegedly over serving of non-vegetarian food in the mess on Ram Navami on Sunday, with police saying six students were injured in the incident.
Delhi: Auto and cab drivers demand subsidy on CNG prices

JNU clash: BJP using ABVP to communalise secular educational institutions, says NCP
The NCP on Monday condemned the clash between two groups of students at JNU in Delhi a day earlier and accused the BJP of communalising secular educational institutions through the RSS-affiliated Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP). Maharashtra NCP chief spokesperson Mahesh Tapase accused the BJP of wanting to disturb social harmony and bring in “authoritarian and majoritarian” rule in the country, and, hence, its volunteers were working in this manner.
Delhi police detain AISA members protesting against scuffle that broke out between two groups in JNU
#Delhi: Members of the All India Students Association (AISA) were detained by police for protesting outside Sardar… https://t.co/733bQ8A7kT
Delhi High Court dismisses the petitions challenging the 6 plus years age criteria for admission in KVS for the year 2022-23. (ANI)

100-200 Covid cases are being reported in Delhi. No. of hospitalisation are also going down. The World Health Organisation has not declared any new variant of concern so there is no reason to worry until a new variant of concern gets detected: Health minister Satyendra Jain

Covid: No reason to worry until a new variant of concern gets detected, says Jain
The Delhi government is keeping a watchful eye over the Covid-19 situation and there was no reason to worry until a new variant of concern is detected, Health Minister Satyendar Jain said on Monday. Interacting with reporters here, the minister also sought to allay apprehensions over the steady rise in daily cases in Delhi and the positivity rate being recorded beyond one per cent in the last few days.
Will protest BJP plan for 4th landfill: AAP
Aam Aadmi Party functionary and MCD incharge Durgesh Pathak on Sunday claimed that the BJPled municipal corporations were preparing to set up a new landfill in Delhi. “Over the past 15 years, the BJP-led corporations have secured three major accomplishments for the people of Delhi, which are the three colossal landfill sites at Bhalswa, Okhla, and Ghazipur,” Pathak said at a press conference. He said instead of working on the disposal of the existing landfills, BJP had asked the Centre for another stretch of land for a new site.
Delhi HC notice to Centre, KVS on recruitment of special educators for students with disabilities
The Delhi High Court on Monday issued a notice in Social Jurist’s Public Interest Litigation (PIL) seeking direction to the central Government and Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) to create an adequate number of regular posts of Special Educators, frame recruitment rules and recruit at least two, special educators, in each of Kendriya Vidyalaya for the education of children with disabilities.

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