Delhi Police arrested the accused in the case of alleged sexual assault of a 12-year-old girl in Delhi's Paschim Vihar area. Victim underwent for surgery at AIIMS in Delhi. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also visited the 12-year-old. Meanwhile, Delhi Commission for Women, Chairperson, Swati Maliwal urged government to take strict action against the accused.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal briefed about Electric Vehicle Policy's objective on August 07 and assured that it will give boost to Delhi's economy during the unprecedented times of coronavirus. "We have notified the Electric Vehicle Policy today. With this policy, we aim to generate employment to give a boost to Delhi's economy and reduce pollution levels in the national capital. This Electric Vehicle Policy is the country's most progressive policy," Arvind Kejriwal said.
A 33-year-old history-sheeter identified as Krishan has been arrested for sexually assaulting a minor in the national capital on August 4th, 2020. The victim was admitted to AIIMS. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal visited AIIMS on thursday and said that the government will ensure strict punishment to the perpetrators of the heinous crime. Kejriwal added that the government will deploy the best lawyers in court to ensure the strictest penalty and announced Rs 10 lakh compensation for the victim's kin. Delhi Police JCP, Shalini Singh said that 20 teams have been formed and they are scanning all CCTV footage to help them nab the accused. She also spoke on the person who has been arrested and said that he has four criminal cases against him and is accused of murder, attempted murder and burglary. Delhi Commission For Women Chairperson Swati Maliwal also visited AIIMS and slammed the Delhi police for the delay in the arrest of the accused in the case. She also said that her team has been assisting the victims. Watch the full video for all the details.
Credit: HT Digital Content Duration: 03:51Published
The Covid pandemic has turned out to be a blessing in disguise for this 51-year-old Hyderabad resident. Mohd Nooruddin had failed the 10th board exams 33 times, but he has now benefited from Telangana government's mass promotion scheme in the wake of the Covid pandemic. Mohammad Nooruddin said he had been trying to clear his Class 10th examinations since 1987 but would fail every single time since his English was weak. He said that he used to take help from his cousins for studies but would end up failing every single time. The 51-year-old was ecstatic and said that he had paid the fees for the exams and completed the necessary formalities thinking this will be the last time he appears for the examination. His decision to not give up paid dividends as the Telangana government's decision to not hold exams for class 10 and declare all students passed with minimum marks has made the 34th attempt a success story for Mohammad Nooruddin. Watch the full video to know more about Mohammad Nooruddin's story.
Credit: HT Digital Content Duration: 03:11Published
Cyberabad Police arrested a man on the charges of cheating people on pretext of allocating houses under state government's double bedroom flats scheme. Accused name is Guthula Prashanth and he is the chairman of a TV channel. Police also seized 8 fake flat allotment letters and Rs 8 lakh among other things.
Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh continue to lead the coronavirus caseload of the country. Maharashtra on August 06, reported 11,514 new COVID-19 cases, which took the total number of cases in the state to 4,79,779. While Andhra Pradesh, reported 10,328 new coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours. Total cases in the state reached 1,96,789 including 1,12,870 recoveries and 1,753 deaths. Karnataka also saw rise of 6,805 COVID-19 cases and 93 deaths in last 24 hours. 5,684 new COVID-19 cases were reported in Tamil Nadu and 110 deaths today.
From India conducting a record 4.2 lakh Covi-19 tests to Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro testing negative, here are the top ten updates on coronavirus pandemic. India on Saturday recorded the highest..
Credit: HT Digital Content Duration: 04:45Published