Delhi-NCR Air Pollution: The air of Delhi is getting worse continuously. The reason for this is increasing incidents of stubble burning in Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. On Thursday, the air quality in most areas of Delhi-NCR was recorded in the ‘poor’ category. At the same time, the situation looks worse on Friday. The AQI in Delhi’s Wazirpur and Ghaziabad’s Loni is above 300. At the same time, the situation is bad in Noida and Greater Noida. Whereas in the coming days, due to stubble crackers and increasing cold, there is a possibility of more poison in the air of Delhi and surrounding areas. Let us tell you that last year on Diwali, AQI 441 was registered.
New Delhi. Air pollution in Delhi-NCR is increasing continuously. Meanwhile, due to increasing incidents of stubble burning in Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, the air quality in Delhi and adjoining areas has reached the ‘poor’ category. The air quality index in some areas of Delhi has reached the very poor category on Friday morning. At the same time, the AQI was 324 in Wazirpur. Not only this, the air quality was also recorded in the poor category at 27 monitoring centers in Delhi. Apart from this, the AQI in Loni in Ghaziabad is 360, while in Vasundhara it is 330. At the same time, the situation is bad in Noida and Greater Noida.
Let us tell you that with the change in wind direction, the air quality of the capital is deteriorating rapidly. In Delhi, after Wednesday and Thursday, most of the areas on Friday are also such, where the air quality index is above 200 points i.e. in the poor category. While the air quality index in Wazirpur has been recorded at 324 during this period, which is a very poor category. AQI is above 200 in most areas of Delhi, including Mundka, Bawana, Anand Vihar, Shadipur, Rohini, Narela etc. Apart from this, the AQI has been recorded at 360 in Loni, Ghaziabad, 275 in Sector 116 of Noida and 255 in Knowledge Park 1, Greater Noida.
A 70-year-old man was recently diagnosed with breast cancer at a private hospital in the national capital Delhi. Dr. Meenu Walia of Max Super Specialty Hospital, Patparganj said that the patient was medically removed part of the thorax in September this year and is currently undergoing chemotherapy. The doctor said that the patient is responding to the treatment and his condition is stable. He said that breast cancer in men is rare, but if the disease is detected in time, then it becomes easy to treat.
Delhi University has been awarded this year’s ‘Clarivate India Research Excellence Citation’ award in the category of Central University. This is the eighth edition of the ‘Clarivate India Research Excellence Citation’ award 2021 and is given once every two years. This award is given to institutions doing impressive work in the field of research. Vice Chancellor Yogesh Singh received this award on behalf of the university in a function organized through digital medium.
Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said on Thursday that the sixth serological survey has shown that the ‘sero-positivity’ rate in the national capital is 97 percent. Whereas in all the districts its rate has been found to be more than 95 percent.
Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot said on Thursday that the Transport Department of the Delhi government has received more than 9500 applications for 4261 e-auto permits, of which 300 are from women. With this, Gehlot said that the department will extend the last date for submission of applications for women applicants till all the 1406 permits reserved for them are taken. The Delhi government on Monday started online registration for e-auto permits. The last date to apply for the permit is November 1. One-third of permits have been reserved for women.
Delhi Police has started removing blockades placed at Tikri border from Thursday night where farmers are protesting against three agriculture laws of the Centre. Sources said that in the coming days a road will be opened. This step has been taken a few days after the hearing in the Supreme Court. During the hearing, the farmers’ organizations had told the court that the police have put up barriers on the borders of Delhi. An official said that four out of eight level barriers have been removed on the Tikri border. He said that the cement blockades are still there and the road is closed for the movement of passengers.
Under the new excise policy, starting next month i.e. from the end of November, orders can be placed from November 11 for the purchase of alcohol in luxurious liquor shops. The Delhi government has issued new guidelines in this regard. Under the new excise policy of the Delhi government, all 850 liquor shops, including 260 shops operated in private hands, have been given to private companies under open tender. The new license holders will start retailing liquor in the city from November 17.
The Nihang Sikh members, who are supporting the farmers’ movement on the Singhu border on the Delhi-Haryana border, have decided to strengthen the movement by staying there. According to Nihang leaders, the decision to not leave the protest site was taken at the religious Mahapanchayat held on Wednesday. Nihang Sikh leader Jathedar Raja Raj Singh said, ‘We will stay here. We have come here to support the farmers and will continue to strengthen the movement. Based on the support of the people, we have decided not to leave the Singhu border. We will stay here till the movement goes on.
Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) raided the house of a sub-inspector of Delhi Police. During this raid 1.7 crores have been recovered from the house of the accused sub-inspector. According to the CBI official, the name of the accused sub-inspector is Bhojraj Singh, who is posted at Maidan Garhi police station in South Delhi.
Ahead of next year’s municipal elections in the national capital, the Congress high command on Thursday constituted a new executive of the party’s Delhi unit, in which young and experienced leaders have been included as well as those workers who have fought against Kovid- During the 19 pandemic, the people had been “served with dedication”.