How Dibakar Banerjee's Delhi helped a Mumbaikar come to terms with the capital city's jarring disparities
Dibakar Banerjee’s films only used Delhi and its culture to critique the Indian middle-class at large. It’s not like shameless affection for materialistic possessions isn’t a problem with the middle-class in the rest of the country. The Dilliwallahs are just not very good at hiding it, and there’s something pure and unpretentious about it.
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Gautam Buddh Nagar DM announces random COVID-19 tests for people coming from Delhi to Noida as cases rise
Gautam Buddh Nagar has recorded 20,566 cases of COVID-19 including 73 deaths, with 1,236 active cases, according to official data on Tuesday
A fresh western disturbance is likely to increase the wind speed and improve the air quality in Delhi-NCR post Diwali, according to IMD
This comes in the wake of the National Capital witnessing 6 'severe' air days, prompting a ban on firecrackers till 30 November
The Air Quality Index in the four NCR cities was between 401 and 500 on Sunday. The CPCB says AQI in "severe" category seriously impacts those with existing diseases
Delhi-NCR see introduction of GRAP; plan includes ban on fuel-powered generators, firecrackers to check deteriorating air quality
The plan will also include mechanised sweeping and frequent sprinkling of water on roads and night patrolling to check dust, industrial emissions and burning of waste
Construction workers hesistant to return to Delhi, fear another sudden lockdown and arduous journey back home
Though there is some construction activity at developmental projects abandoned after the lockdown, contractors say the guidelines about reduced workforce and social distancing has halted most activity
Ola, Uber drivers go on strike in Delhi-NCR, demand extension of loan moratorium till Dec and fare hike
The cab drivers will assemble near Himachal Bhawan at Mandi House on Tuesday to seek government action on their demands
The rains also crippled electricity supply in many areas in Delhi. Civic bodies reported incidents of uprooting of trees
Heavy rains lash Delhi, Gurugram, Noida; people face water-logging, traffic, power cuts across NCR region
The flooding situation was particularly bad in Gurugram, with even the posh Golf Course Road area of the city being inundated
Weather forecast today: IMD predicts heavy rainfall for Delhi-NCR, UP, Punjab, Haryana, Bihar in next 24 hours
The weather department said that a cluster of convective clouds are approaching towards Delhi from west and northwestwards direction.
The India Meteorological Department said the Safdarjung Observatory recorded 74.8 millimetres of rainfall till 8.30 am.
Coronavirus Updates: Centre postpones JEE, NEET to September due to COVID-19 pandemic; Pakistan foreign minister tests positive
Coronavirus Updates: Union HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal on Friday announced that the JEE and NEET exams have been postponed to September in view of the coronavirus pandemic.
Delhi-NCR, other parts of north India to receive rainfall from 3-6 May, says IMD; hailstorm expected in some areas
Several parts of north India, including Delhi-NCR, will receive light to moderate rainfall from 3-6 May, while some areas may see hailstorm owing to a western disturbance, IMD officials said on Saturday
Second low-intensity earthquake in Delhi in two days; tremors measuring 2.7 magnitude recorded on Richter Scale
This was a day after another low-intensity earthquake of magnitude 3.5 had hit the National Capital.
Earthquake of 3.5 magnitude rocks Delhi-NCR; quake struck at depth of 8 kilometres, epicentre was in eastern part of city
An earthquake measuring 3.5 on the Richter Scale rocked Delhi-NCR on Sunday, leading many people to rush out of their houses.
Coronavirus outbreak: Ensuring water, hygiene facilities for migrant labourers can safeguard millions stranded during shutdown
An advisory (dated 31.03.20) issued by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) suggests various health-related actions for migrant workers, depending on their current location
Food prices may spike, warn experts as coronavirus lockdown adds to woes of farmers fearing poor produce due to untimely rains
Food prices in India are likely to rise soon, warn experts, as farmers in the country face the double whammy of erratic rainfall and coronavirus lockdown