There will be no restriction on CNG and electric vehicles, which will be allowed to ply across the city,” said a senior Delhi government official.
The Sangrur deputy commissioner-cum-returning officer and the state chief secretary also sought extension of polling time from the election panel.
Delhi recorded 928 fresh COVID-19 cases, lowest in over a week, with a positivity rate of 7.08 per cent and three more fatalities due to the viral disease in a span of 24 hours, on Wednesday.
The national capital witnessed high levels of air pollution in the winter months from October due to a multitude of factors, including stubble burning and vehicular traffic.
DIAL said its switching over to renewable sources for its energy needs will help it reduce indirectly 200,000 tons of carbon emissions.
However, the national capital recorded three more fatalities due to Covid-19 in a day, as per the data.
The move reflected L-G’s commitment to zero tolerance to corruption and ensuring probity in the functioning of the government, said officials.
In a notification issued on Tuesday, the university asked the colleges under it to provide the data regarding the same by June 24.
“The attendance rate during the examination was around 97 per cent. Only a few did not attend the examination. The working Group of the Examinations has decided to conduct the second phase."
OPG Securities allegedly benefited at the cost of other exchange members and their investors by gaining unfair access to NSE’s colocation facilities between 2010 and 2015.
Tejaswin had approached the Delhi High Court challenging his exclusion from Commonwealth Games (CWG) squad because he did not take part in the state championship.
The accused got agitated on being questioned, pulled out a knife, with which he stabbed a head constable.
The court was hearing a habeas corpus plea filed on behalf of the woman’s husband seeking direction from authorities to produce his wife and daughter who are in illegal custody of woman’s parents.
Yet, even as tea is a national unifier, it also has its divisions based on how well you are doing in life.
Shankar, a student at Kansas State University, had met the qualifying standard with a jump of 2.27m enroute winning the NCAA Championships in June second week.