According to a report of the medical board constituted in the case, the foetus suffered from anencephaly, a type of neural tube defect which is "incompatible with life".
DCP (Central) Shweta Chauhan said that the incident was reported around 11:50 pm on Friday and no suicide note was found at the spot.
The full-grown trees have allegedly been damaged by the Public Works Department while carrying out digging for a construction project on the stretch.
The Ghazipur site was allocated for waste dumping in 1984 and is now spread across 70 acres and it had already crossed it's capacity of holding waste in the year 2002.
The Delhi government has issued a circular to all wings of the PWD after noticing that old vehicles have not been condemned while new vehicles have been purchased as a replacement.
Overall 340 dengue cases have been reported in the city this year till October 2, compared to 266 cases reported over the same period in 2020.
The DMRC said some social media accounts are also trying to misguide job aspirants by promising employment opportunities in the DMRC.
He also said that he will hold discussions with teachers and principals to see whether any changes need to be made to the cut-off system followed by DU for admissions.
Bharat remained unbeaten on 78 off 52 balls while Glenn Maxwell made 51 off 33 as RCB chased down DC's target of 165 in a thrilling last-ball finish.
It is necessary to take all effective measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 as the country is threatened by the pandemic, the official said.
Officials said the move has come into immediate effect after the order dated October 7 was issued with the approval of Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana.
Despite a ban on stubble burning in Punjab and Haryana, farmers continue to defy it as there is a short window between harvesting paddy and sowing wheat.
All such unvaccinated Delhi government employees, including teachers and frontline workers, will be treated as 'on leave' till they get the jab, the order stated.
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SC directs Delhi governement to come up with plan to help disadvantaged children with online classes
The Court said that the Centre and Delhi should work together to find out a solution to ensure that education is not denied due to lack of resources.