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Delhi News: National capital reports 1,365 new Covid-19 cases, zero deaths – Times of India

Delhi NCB revokes suspension of NCB officer Ashish Ranjan Prasad who was suspended along with another officer VV Singh for negligence in Aryan Khan drug case despite it being a serious case. Singh was Chief Investigating Officer & Prasad was Intelligence Officer in it.

Woman found dead in Ghaziabad hotel

Gurugram: Cleaner attempts suicide after harassment by IRB officer; colleagues demand action
The Sarv Karmchari Sangh (SKS) staged a protest here on Thursday against a DIG rank officer of Indian Reserve Battalion in Bhondsi for allegedly driving one of their colleagues to attempt suicide. The group D employee had allegedly attempted suicide by ingesting poison after facing harassment. He survived after receiving treatment at a hospital.
NDMC, SDMC moves HC to stop Delhi Assembly Committee from interfering in administrative functions

AAP govt is looking for excuses to end power subsidy in Delhi: BJP

Delhi reports 1,365 new Covid-19 cases, zero deaths
Delhi reported 1,365 new Covid-19 cases and 1,472 recoveries in the last 24 hours; no deaths reported in this period.
Juvenile apprehended for drowning infant in east Delhi

Delhi govt approves setting up 4 Zila Sainik Boards to help families of serving, retired servicemen
The Delhi government on Thursday gave nod to setting up four Zila Sainik Boards to help families of serving and retired servicemen in the national capital, according to an official statement. The proposal for this was introduced by Revenue Minister Kailash Gahlot and it was approved in a cabinet meeting.
Delhi Jal Board announces free sewer connections to 25,000 households in city’s Karawal Nagar and Mustafabad, says it will install 30 reverse osmosis plants in jhuggi-jhopri clusters to provide clean drinking water. (PTI)

“Garbage Lane” beside the Ring Road near Delhi Gate: Aam Aadmi Party on Wednesday claimed there were heaps of garbage lying on roads in various parts of the city after private agencies refused to pick them due to non-payment by BJP-led municipal corporations. BJP, however, says the garbage was not lifted in seven municipal wards after the agreement between North DMC and Metro Waste, the private agency, lapsed. It added Metro had resumed work — Anindya Chattopadhyay (TOI Photo)
Delhi govt imposes Rs 22 lakh in mask fines since April 22
More than 4,500 people have been fined for Rs 22 lakh in total in the city for not wearing masks since the mask mandate returned amid a spike in coronavirus cases, according to government data.
Delhi’s education model has gone through ‘revolutionary changes’: Deputy CM Sisodia

Three held, 37 detained after scuffle between groups from different communities in northeast Delhi
Three persons were arrested and 36 detained after a scuffle broke out between two groups of people from different communities following a quarrel among youths playing in a park in northeast Delhi, officials said on Thursday. (PTI)
Gurugram University launches digital library

Sexual assault at MCD school: Delhi child rights commission seeks details from EDMC

People in Delhi can opt for electricity subsidy. To be given from Oct 1 to those who need: Kejriwal

Govt to provide relief to entrepreneurs. Students of state-run institutes can take off for 1-2 yrs to focus on biz: Kejriwal

We will form a panel of CAs, lawyers where entrepreneurs can seek help. Govt will pay the experts: Kejriwal on Start-up Policy

Delhi cabinet has passed the Delhi Start-up Policy, says CM Arvind Kejriwal

Security remains lax at Delhi school where stranger sexually assaulted two girls
Days after two girls were sexually assaulted by a stranger in a civic body-run school in east Delhi, security at the school remained lax with no one manning the entrance. On Thursday, when a PTI reporter visited the school, he could easily enter through the wicket gate without being questioned. The school has a 10-foot-long entrance, with a wicket gate for entry and exit of students.

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