The national capital had reached a milestone on new fatalities were recorded for the first time since March 2 this year. State government records show that single day fatalities peaked on May 3 as the fourth wave of coronavirus in the city. The positivity rate in the national capital now […]
Delhi, UP, Uttarakhand and Himachal to Receive Heavy Rainfall Next Five Days. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall at some places of North India, including Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, during the next 5 days. The department has also issued an orange alert […]
Iron nails, rods, barbed wire, boulders, makeshift walls….. These are not the visuals from a war front. This is how the largest democratic government in the world is preparing the […]
New Delhi: University of Delhi has issued promotion criteria for intermediate semester students of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. According to an official notification, all UG and PG students (except for the Council Mandatory course, including the Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) and the School of Open Learning (SOL)), students will […]
ndia is home to a vast population that counts in billions, to safely combat a virus which spreads so easily is a herculean task in itself. However, the front-line workers are continuously working to be the first line of defence, but is it enough. Very often we see on the news and media how heroically our government is fighting the virus, often depicting them as gallant saviours shielding us from the evil virus. The hospitals giving their best in order to help the patients that they get, treating them and sending them back to society so that they may function like before. However, …….
Aloo Tikki, Afghani Street Bites, Chaat, Kebabs, Kachori Aloo, Chhole Bhature, Rajma Chawal, Parathas – these are reasons enough to call the Capital Delhi-Belly. Delhi has always been a diverse […]