A spell of early-morning rain brought respite from sweltering weather in the national capital and neighbouring areas on Monday. Waterlogging was also witnessed in some areas following rainfall in the national capital.
The helpline -- 8800883323 -- "ekatra" was conceptualized by the students to help the hiring of the unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled workers across Delhi-NCR.
Rainfall has begun in Delhi-NCR. Normally this would be welcomed by the residents of Delhi given the amount of heat that is received in the national capital. However, on the day when India will be witnessing a historic solar eclipse, this might hamper the view for the Delhites.
The historic Annular Solar Eclipse will be observed from India tomorrow -- Sunday, June 21, 2020. It is historic because it will be one of only 5 maximum solar eclipses that will be visible from India in the next 100 years. But will Delhites be able to experience the historic Solar Eclipse 2020?
High-frequency of earthquakes in the past two months in Delhi-NCR signals some strain energy is developing accumulated as a result of northward movement of the Indian plate. Though these tremors do not signal any big event but a strong earthquake in the region cannot be ruled out.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal visited Radha Soami Satsang Beas centre on June 18.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting with senior administrative officers of Delhi-NCR in view of COVID-19 management and situation in the national capital.
Deputy Director-General, India Meteorological Department (IMD), Anand Sharma on June 16 stated that temperature in Delhi-NCR region and the northwest India are above normal which will continue in coming days.
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has said that regions in and around Delhi could experience thunderstorms today and in particular the next two hours. Heavy rainfall is also expected in Uttar Pradesh's Aligarh and Kasganj, Haryana's Rewari, Nuh, Bhiwadi, Sohna, Palwal, Faridabad and Ballabhgarh.
Frequent earthquakes in Delhi-NCR have left many on tenterhooks. However, the National Centre for Seismology has said that there is no need to panic with tespect to the recent seismic activities in the region.
Rain lashed some parts of the Delhi-NCR on June 07 bringing respite from scorching heat.
Strict checking of vehicular movement is ongoing at Delhi-NCR border. Police personnel checked vehicles at Delhi-Gurugram border and at Delhi-UP border as people commute through the route.
In the past one month and a half, the Delhi-NCR regions have witnessed 11 tremors of mild intensity while 6 of them have occurred in the past one month, indicating that a major earthquake may hit Delhi-NCR in near future.
Earlier, on 29 May, two quakes measuring 4.6 and 2.9 were recorded in parts of Delhi and in the nearby regions of Noida and Gurugram as well.
Supreme Court has asked Union of India (UoI) to convene a meeting of representatives-officials from Uttar Pradesh, Delhi and Haryana and to try and evolve a common policy for the movement of commuters between the three states in Delhi-NCR region. More to follow.
Supreme Court asks Union of India (UoI) to convene a meeting of representatives/officials from Uttar Pradesh, Delhi and Haryana, and to try to evolve a common policy for movement of commuters between the three states in Delhi-NCR region.
In the past one month and a half, the Delhi-NCR regions have witnessed 11 tremors of mild intensity while 6 of them have occurred in the past one month, indicating that a major earthquake may hit Delhi-NCR in near future, top geologists of the country have warned.
Strict surveillance is underway at Delhi borders on June 04. Police personnel checked vehicles at Delhi-UP border and Delhi-Gurugram border amid vehicular movement on the route.