Yogi Adityanath slaps NSA on 6 Tablighi Jamaat members quarantined in Ghaziabad, after medical staff complained of misbehaviour
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday invoked the National Security Act (NSA) against six persons from the Tablighi Jamaat, who were in quarantine at MMG District Hospital
Coronavirus Outbreak: 'No matter what it takes, I will walk the 500 km to Kanpur'; stories from the migrant exodus out of Delhi
While most of the country has stayed indoors, for the millions of undocumented workers in India’s informal economy, the lockdown has meant a long trudge home.
Delhi violence victim’s father, locals stage protest after police reopens Shiv Vihar School, voice concerns over tampering of riots-related evidence
The father of Rahul Solanki, who was killed in the northeast Delhi violence last month, and locals staged a protest outside Rajdhani Public School in Shiv Vihar after police opened its seal
Delhi Police detains Ghaziabad man for trying to enter Parliament with 3 live rounds in his wallet, released later
A Ghaziabad-based man tried to enter Parliament complex with three live rounds in his pocket on Thursday
Six confirmed cases in Agra, 1 in Ghaziabad: Adityanath govt taking all steps to tackle coronavirus in Uttar Pradesh, says health minister
Uttar Pradesh health minister Jai Pratap Singh said that 175 people have been screened so far for coronavirus in the state with 157 of them showing no sign of the infection after six cases confirmed in Agra
In fresh case of violence in Delhi, 60-year-old scrap dealer ventures out for work, returns home injured; dies later
A 60-year-old rag picker, who went to collect scrap early Friday morning in northeast Delhi only to be brought back home with serious head injuries, succumbed while being taken to a hospital, his son said in what appears to be a fresh case of violence
No relief from pollution despite rains in Delhi; air quality of National Capital 'poor' as of Friday morning, says SAFAR
According to weather experts, winds due to prevalence of western disturbance are not making any significant difference in dispersing pollutants in Delhi
Opposition's falsehoods on Citizenship Amendment Act have created anarchy in country, claims Amit Shah
Amit Shah also dared Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and the Communists to show him any provision in the CAA which would take away the citizenship of Muslims in the country.
Amit Shah-led BJP delegation to mobilise support for CAA by reaching out to 3 crore families from today
Amit Shah will be in Delhi, JP Nadda will visit households in Ghaziabad, Rajnath Singh in Lucknow, Nitin Gadkari in Nagpur and Nirmala Sitharaman in Jaipur
Anti-CAA protests: Anticipating trouble after Friday prayers, Uttar Pradesh govt suspends internet services in 6 western UP districts
Internet services were suspended in half a dozen western Uttar Pradesh districts on Thursday night as a precautionary measure amid protests against the contentious citizenship law, officials said.
15 dead, 879 arrested, 5,000 ‘bound down’ over anti-citizenship law protests in Uttar Pradesh, says UP DGP OP Singh
As many as 879 people have been arrested while 5,000 were 'bound down' as a preventive measure in Uttar Pradesh, in the wake of the violent protests against Citizenship (Amendment) Act and proposed NRC
All schools in Uttar Pradesh to remain shut today, tomorrow as cold wave persists in state; practical board examinations to be rescheduled
All schools in Uttar Pradesh will remain closed on Thursday and Friday due to cold weather, according to a government order issued on Wednesday night
Delhi chokes again as air quality deteriorates with AQI in several major junctions of National Capital oscillating between 'poor', 'very poor' categories
At several major junctions of the national capital Delhi, the Air Quality Index oscillated between 'poor' and 'very poor' category
In a grim reminder of Burari deaths, a family of five was found dead in Ghaziabad after three adults killed two children and later committed suicide, media reports said.
Delhi's air quality plunges to 'very poor' category, likely to worsen in next two days due to western disturbance, says Skymet
Apart from Delhi, Noida, Gurugram, Faridabad, and Ghaziabad too are going to be impacted by the worsening air quality.
Dip in wind speed to once again affect Delhi-NCR's air quality; pollution levels likely to enter 'severe' zone by Thursday
Meanwhile, the Supreme Court-mandated anti-pollution authority, EPCA, on Monday asked Delhi and NCR states to step up surveillance and enforcement to check local sources of pollution and crop burning in view of the predicted dip in air quality.
74% parents in Delhi, NCR want annual scheduled ‘smog break’ in schools from 1-20 Nov, finds survey; can compensate by reducing leaves from summer, winter, spring breaks
Smog break could be compensated with reduction of leaves from summer, winter, spring breaks combined to ensure study calendar is not affected
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra urges people to unite on pollution issue of NRC, says clean air is ‘our right and responsibility’
She cited example of London wherein 1952 thousands of people died due to pollution and people took to streets and brought a law for clean air there
Manohar Lal Khattar announces cash incentives for reporting stubble-burning as Delhi AQI enters 'severe' category,
Amid calls for stopping stubble-burning in states adjoining Delhi, which is facing severe dip in air quality, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Friday announced cash incentives for those reporting such incidents and directed officials to encourage farmers to opt alternatives.
CPCB extends ban on night-time construction in Delhi-NCR till 2 Nov, asks Punjab and Haryana to take immediate action to curb stubble burning
It recommended coal-based industries, barring power plants, in satellite towns of Faridabad, Gurgaon, Ghaziabad, Noida, Greater Noida, Sonepat, Bahadurgarh be also shut till 2 November