Unnao rape survivor brought to AIIMS Delhi from IGI through green corridor: Police
Monday, 5 August 2019 The Delhi Traffic Police created a green corridor to shift the Unnao rape survivor to the AIIMS Trauma Centre from the IGI Airport on Monday, covering a distance of around 14 km in 18 minutes, officials said. The rape survivor, who suffered critical injuries in an accident last week, was airlifted to New Delhi on Monday evening for further treatment.
The Unnao rape victim has been brought to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) after being airlifted from Lucknow on Monday. The decision to airlift her was taken on the directions of the Supreme Court.
Dead bodies of two patients belonging to two different communities were swapped at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) on July 06. Daughter of the deceased said, "We received a call from AIIMS, and the staff member told us that by mistake they have given someone else's body to us. My mother's body was still in the hospital. The body which we received belonged to a Muslim family." The body of the Muslim woman was cremated following Hindu customs.
Indian Nationals from New York arrived at Chandigarh airport through Air India special flight via Delhi on May 22. "We faced no problems during our travel back to India, all norms were followed properly in view of coronavirus situation. I thank Indian government for the initiative," said Indian national. An Air India repatriation flight carrying 327 passengers and one infant landed at Delhi airport from John F Kennedy Airport in the United States, earlier today. 227 passengers deboarded at Delhi Airport and remaining 100 passengers arrived at Chandigarh International Airport. Vande Bharat Mission second phase was initiated by Government of India from May 16 to repatriate Indians from foreign nations. Over 20,000 citizens have been brought back under Vande Bharat Mission so far.
Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation has set up committee to review their decision on travel fare from Delhi Airport to state amid lockdown . While talking to ANI, Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (UPSRTC), Managing Director Raj Shekhar said, "When it was brought to our notice that rates are high then UPSRTC took immediate cognisance and formed a committee. They'll look into the matter and decide within 24 hours that what amendments have to be brought. We'll issue notifications and provide better facilities." "If there are only few people from a district, bus isn't feasible option. Small vehicles like taxis are used upto 250 kilometer a day. Since its chartered facility, chartered rates apply," said Shekhar while reacting on the reports that UPSRTC to charge Rupees 10,000 for taxi from Delhi Airport to Noida and Ghaziabad.
'Boycott China' facemasks were worn by people in India in protest against China's expansionist policies. In capital New Delhi, a large number of facemasks were distributed in busy market areas to make people aware about boycotting Chinese products as a mark to protest after the Galwan face-off on June 15-16. The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT), an apex body representing seven crore traders, recently condemned the escalating tensions between the two nations in the border and launched a flagship campaign "Bhartiya Samaan, Hamara Abhimaan" to boycott Chinese goods. The CAIT issued a list of 500 items to be boycotted from categories like FMCG products, consumer durables, toys, finished fabrics, textiles, builder hardware, footwear and apparel among others.
BJP president JP Nadda on July 12 accused the Office of Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan of having involvement in the state's gold smuggling case. "We can see the heat in CM's office also. He wrote to Prime Minister saying no stone should remain unturned as far as the investigation is concerned. We have a saying 'chor ki daadi mein tinka', it means the office of CM is also involved somewhere," Nadda said while inaugurating district office in Kasargod via video conference in New Delhi.