Delhi polls: AAP says video of BJP's Manoj Tiwari dancing to Lage Raho Kejriwal campaign song 'morphed', made by supporter
A 'morphed' video showing Manoj Tiwari dancing to AAP's Assembly poll campaign song 'Lage Raho Kejriwal' was made by a supporter and not by the party, the AAP has informed the Delhi election body
New Delhi gets first round-the-clock veterinary hospital in Tis Hazari; govt promises similar facility in all eleven districts
A round-the-clock facility for providing medical care to animals in the national capital was launched at a veterinary hospital in Tiz Hazari area by Delhi Development Minister Gopal Rai.
#DelhiDoesn'tCare: Graphic shows how bursting firecrackers during Diwali worsened national capital's air quality
Air quality in Delhi and adjoining areas reached hazardous levels because of widespread bursting of crackers over the Diwali festival on Wednesday and Thursday, coupled with industrial and vehicular emissions, shows a timelapse graphic which combines hourly images of Delhi's skyline with corresponding PM2.5 levels
Delhi battles fire dread on Diwali night; authorities respond to over 300 calls, two children killed
According to the Delhi Fire Services (DFS), a record number of 271 fire-related calls were received by its offices till midnight on Diwali and 74 more calls till 8 am on Thursday. A DFS official said that though the number of fire-related calls was more as compared to previous years, there has been a decline in cases of fire triggered by burning of firecrackers. The officials, however, did not provide any exact break-up.
Diwali across India: Narendra Modi celebrates festival with soldiers; firecrackers burst beyond SC time frame
Earthen lamps dotted houses and lights decked up buildings as people celebrated Diwali amid some restrictions imposed by the Supreme Court on bursting of firecrackers.
Delhi does not care for the Supreme Court, worse it does not care for itself. Despite the ruling that the bursting of firecrackers on Diwali and other festivals can only take place between 8 pm and 10 pm, Central Pollution Control Board's data suggested that the PM 2.5 was 697 and shudders from firecrackers near and far could be heard all night.