New Delhi: Indian Spinal Injuries Centre (ISIC) organized a wheelchair rally to observe the 1st Spinal Cord Injury Day at Rajpath on Sunday. The wheelchair rally was flagged of by Union Minister of Science and Technology, Dr. Harsh Vardhan.
New Delhi: Work at government hospitals in Delhi remained adversely affected as All India Government Nurses Federation proceeded on an indefinite strike beginning Friday morning. The nurses demanded higher wages and better working conditions.
New Delhi: In a bid to reach out to the working class of the city, chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday addressed a ‘Shramik Samvad’ at Delhi’s Talkatora Stadium highlighting his government’s proposal to hike minimum wages of labourers.
New Delhi: Of the five dengue deaths in the city this season, three are from Jamia Nagar and Shaheen Bagh locality. The area which falls near the Yamuna riverbed has now become the main breeding ground for mosquitoes and civic borne diseases. Continue reading “AMID APATHY, LOCALS BATTLES CHICKUNGUNYA AND DENGUE”
New Delhi: The busy ITO stretch in Delhi, known for traffic snarls, registers an average of 74 decibels (dB) of sound each day , highest in the city. It is about 10 decibels over the permissible limit for commercial areas. A study reported by TOI earlier had showed Mumbai emerging as the noisiest city in the country , followed by Lucknow and Hyderabad. Delhi ranked fourth on the list. Environmentalists believe things will only get worse in the capital if people don’t pay heed, and the price to pay will be very high.
New Delhi: The panic created by dengue, chickungunya and other vector-borne diseases have not just crowded the government hospitals, but have also led to an influx of passengers at private hospitals in the city.
New Delhi: Known for having heated press conferences, former member of Delhi Commission of Women (DCW) Juhi Khan, on Friday levelled charges of irregularities against former chairperson of DCW, Barkha Shukla Singh.
New Delhi: Hospitals in the city have seen a huge influx of patients in the last week which has been panicked by the rise in dengue, chickungunya and other vector-borne diseases. All major hospitals in the city have started temporary fever clinics to deal with complains of water-borne diseases.
The family of law student Sushant Rohilla, who committed suicide after he was barred from sitting in the semester exam for low attendance, said on Wednesday that it had lodged a police complaint demanding an investigation and abetment to suicide charges against the accused.
New Delhi: Street vendors of Lajpat Nagar Central Market, Sarojini Nagar Market, Connaught Place Market and Janpath Market staged a protest outside Palika Bazar on Wednesday against North Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) and Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) alleging that the police were forcibly evicting them from conducting business.