A woman was killed after she was stabbed by a snatcher for resisting attempt in Adarsh Nagar area on February 27. Woman was coming home from market and was holding her child when the incident occurred. 10 police teams have been constituted to probe the case.
As national capital is all set to go for a week-long lockdown due to prevailing COVID-19 situation in the city from 10 pm today onwards, city Police Commissioner SN Shrivastava informed that the most essential services, commodities will be available throughout the lockdown. "A lockdown has been announced by Delhi Govt from 10pm tonight till 5am on 26th April. My appeal to residents of Delhi is to stay indoors. Most essential services, commodities will be available," Shrivastava told media persons.
In the view of the lockdown imposed in Delhi from 10 pm today till 5am on April 26, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation announced that the services would be available during the morning (8 am to 10 am) and evening (5 pm to 7 pm) peak hours across the network with a headway (frequency) of 30 minutes. For rest of the hours of the day, metro rail services across the network will be available with a frequency of 60 minutes only. Services during this period can be availed only by the exempted category of people on the production of the valid ID cards.
An alert railway pointsman saved the life of a child who fell onto a railway track while walking on the platform. CCTV visuals show the child trip and fall onto the railway track as a train is moving that direction. An alert pointsman, Mayur Shelkhe, rushes towards the child and pushes him to the platform, saving his life in the process. The incident happened at platform number two of the Vangani railway station in Maharashtra. Watch the full video for all the details.
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Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal announced a weekend curfew in the national capital as the city records daily highs in infections; Cities like Delhi and Mumbai have gone ahead and converted hotels and banquet halls into Covid units to treat less critical patients; A CCTV footage recovered from a government hospital in Shivpuri, madhya pradesh appears to show an elderly patient's oxygen supply was unplugged;
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Delhi couple, who misbehaved with Delhi Police over not wearing face mask in the car yesterday (April 18), has been arrested by the police. The couple argued with police when cops stopped them for not wearing face mask in the car. While speaking to ANI, the couple gave the clarifications for not wearing the masks. "We were in the car, and we thought the mask was not required inside the car. It is important to wear the mask," said Pankaj Dutta, COVID norms violator to ANI. "I feel suffocation and breathing problems when I wear mask. Logically, I thought that it was not needed in the car as I was with my husband only. My opinion is that mask must be worn at public places," said Abha Yadav, COVID norms violator to ANI. The couple have been booked under multiple sections of Delhi Disaster Mgmt Act. The incident took place in Daryaganj area during weekend curfew.
The Delhi Police arranged 20 oxygen cylinders for a hospital to help Covid patients. 35 Covid-19 patients were on oxygen support at the Mansa Ram Hospital. The staff at Nihal Vihar police station received a call around 1.30 pm from the director of Mansa Ram Hospital on Nangloi Nazafgarh road that they have 35 Covid-19 patients on oxygen support and that their stock will not last for more than one hour. Police teams were directed to rush to Mundka & Bawana to arrange oxygen cylinder from suppliers. The police team from Nihal Vihar police station then escorted the vehicle carrying 20 oxygen cylinders to Mansa Ram Hospital. Watch the full video for more.
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A couple misbehaved with Delhi Police personnel during the weekend lockdown. The incident took place in Delhi's Daryaganj area at around 4 pm on April 18. The couple was stopped by cops for not wearing face masks inside their car. The couple, identified as Pankaj and Abha, didn’t carry the mandatory curfew pass. They were seen shouting and yelling at the cop after he stopped their car. The couple also challenged the police to take action against them. A policewoman arrived at the scene and took the woman to a police station. A case has been registered against Pankaj and his wife Abha, informed officials. Watch the full video for more.
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The national capital is reeling under COVID pandemic as it reported over 24,000 new COVID-19 cases on April 17 amid weekend curfew. Delhi has already surpassed Mumbai in becoming the worst-hit city due to COVID. Delhi Police has been actively patrolling for successful implementation of the new guidelines. Government had issued e-passes for movement of essential services. Weekend curfew has been implemented to break the chain of transmission. Other curbs including night curfew will remain in place till April 30.
In a video shared by ANI that is going viral, a woman, who had come to purchase liquor at a shop in Shivpuri Geeta Colony, urged the government to keep liquor stores open during the lockdown. She was..
A woman was killed after she was stabbed by a snatcher for resisting attempt in Delhi's Adarsh Nagar area on February 27. Woman was coming home from market when the incident occurred. The victim later..
A 25-year-old woman was stabbed to death allegedly by a snatcher in North-West Delhi. Police said a woman was stabbed while she was trying to resist a robbery bid in Adarsh Nagar. The woman was coming..
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