A thick blanket of fog continued to engulf isolated areas of the national capital leading to poor visibility in several areas on the morning of February 09.
An earthquake of magnitude 2.8 was reported near New Delhi on Thursday morning, according to India's National Center for Seismology.
Thousands of protesting farmers riding on tractors, motorcycles and cars entered into the premises of Red Fort on Tuesday afternoon with the Tricolour and flags of the farmers' unions in their hands. They also clashed with police in several areas after breaking through barricades.
As a precautionary measure, the authorities suspended internet services in several parts of Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR) and closed Metro stations after the violence erupted. The DMRC, however, on Wednesday morning said that services are normal except at the Red Fort and Jama Masjid stations.
Perturbed over the "shocking scenes" of violence in the national capital, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Tuesday appealed to the farmers to vacate Delhi and return to the borders.
Banerjee also criticised the Centre for abolishing the Planning Commission, which, according to her, was conceptualised by Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose.
Dense fog over Delhi reduced visibility to just 50 metres, as the minimum temperature in the city dipped to 3.3 degrees Celsius on Thursday, the season's lowest so far, the India Meteorological Department said.
A thick layer of fog engulfed parts of the national capital on December 31.
Dense fog and cold waves engulfed parts of the national capital on December 30. Intense cold waves have disrupted normal life out of gear in northern India.
A thick layer of fog engulfed the national capital on the morning of December 23, as the city continues to brave cold weather.
Air quality remained in the 'very poor' category in the national capital meanwhile cold weather conditions prevail in Delhi.
The agitating farmers staged protest march towards Delhi from Ghazipur-Ghaziabad Border on December 12. 'Delhi Chalo' protest has entered day 17 today. They are protesting against 3 new farm laws.
Farmers enter the national capital through the Tikri border after being given permission to hold their demonstrations at the Nirankari Samagam Ground in the Burari area.
Thousands of farmers from Punjab and Haryana are marching towards the national capital to protest against the Centre’s contentious farm laws. The farmers are expected to reach Delhi today through five highways connecting the city as part of the “Delhi chalo” call by the All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee (AIKSCC), Rashtriya Kisan Mahasangh and various factions of the Bharatiya Kisan Union.
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Traders' body CAIT on Tuesday said a proposal to impose lockdown in market areas in the national capital may prove to be "counterproductive" as lakhs of livelihoods are at stake and urged the Centre to consult traders before taking any such decision.