After nearly two months suspension, domestic flights operations resumed on May 25, bringing hundreds of people to their home. Many among them have not met their near and dear ones since March end when Prime Minister announced lockdown to control the spread of coronavirus.
As deadly violence erupted in the northeast of New Delhi this week, with armed mobs rampaging the streets, a small hospital located in a densely-packed Muslim neighborhood found itself at the epicenter of the unrest.
To attract more visitors to two less popular heritage sites associated with the revolt of 1857 — Indian Freedom Struggle — in the Indian capital of Delhi, the State Archeology Department (SAD) has planned to set up two museums at Mutiny Memorial in Kamala Nehru Ridge and Qudsia Bagh near Kashmiri Gate Interstate Bus Terminal (ISBT).
An unidentified gun-wielding man has wounded at least one individual after shooting at people protesting against the Indian government’s new citizenship law in New Delhi, the first such incident in the Indian capital during more than a month of protests.
India’s capital has launched a pilot project to tackle its smog problem. New Delhi’s first-ever smog tower will begin operating on Jan. 3, the Hindustan Times newspaper reported. The massive 20-feet-tall air-purifier has been installed at South Delhi’s Lajpat Nagar market, which sees an average footfall of 15,000 people every day, the report said.