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Petrol Gets Cheaper By Rs 8 Per Litre In Delhi

The Delhi Cabinet on Wednesday decided to slash petrol prices by Rs 8 in the capital.

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Swanky Liquor Shops Opening In National Capital From Today

According to the new excise policy of Delhi, classy liquor vends will be set up in 32 zones across the city. One retail licensee will have 27 liquor shops per zone.

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WFH Policy, Ban On Industries Being Mulled To Tackle Air Pollution In National Capital

"On Monday, DPCC teams went to see whether the measures are being implemented and they found that the construction work has been stopped," Rai told reporters.

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Kejriwal Calls Emergency Meeting To Tackle Severe Air Pollution In National Capital

Meanwhile, the Supreme Court termed the rise in air pollution in Delhi-NCR as an "emergency situation", stressing that crucial measures need to be taken.

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Delhi In Grip Of Season's Longest Smog Episode In 4 Yrs, Says Report

Compared to the first smog episode of previous four years, the current smog has matched the duration of the first smog of 2018 and 2020 season -- both lasted six days.

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Dengue In National Capital: Death Toll Rises To 9, Total Cases Over 2,700

This is the highest number of fatalities due to dengue recorded in a year in Delhi since 2017 when the cumulative death count officially reported was 10.

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Delhi's AQI Reaches 'Severe' Levels

Strong surface winds had slightly improved Delhi's air quality on Saturday but it had remained in the 'severe' category as the contribution of farm fires in the city's PM2.5 pollution had reached the season's highest of 41 per cent.

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Delhi's AQI Improves Marginally As Higher Wind Speed Clears Pollution

An AQI between zero and 50 is considered 'good', 51 and 100 'satisfactory', 101 and 200 'moderate', 201 and 300 'poor', 301 and 400 'very poor', and 401 and 500 'severe'.

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Delhi Reports 1,200 Dengue Cases In October, Highest In 4 Years

Five fatalities due to dengue were registered on Monday. With this, the total fatalities in the city caused by the vector-borne disease reached six, also the highest since 2017 when the official death tally stood at 10.

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Can't Say Delhi Has Attained Herd Immunity, People Shouldn't Let Guard Down: Experts

It cannot be said that Delhi has attained herd immunity despite the latest serological survey showing that 97 per cent people here have developed antibodies against COVID-19, experts said on Thursday and cautioned people to not let their guard down.

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6th Sero Survey Reveals Delhi Had Seropositivity Of 97%: Jain

The people who have been vaccinated had a seropositivity rate of over 97 per cent, while those who have not been inoculated had a seropositivity rate of 90 per cent, he added.

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Schools, Colleges In Delhi To Reopen From Nov 1

Schools will have to ensure that classes are conducted in a hybrid mode which means online classes will continue, he said.

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Delhi Govt To Pay Rs 50,000 Per Hectare To Farmers As Compensation For Crop Damage

The compensation at the rate of Rs 50,000 per hectare will be provided to the farmers within two months

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Over 70% Delhites Prioritises Health Over Property And Possession: Report

Godrej Group’s latest research ‘Little Things We Do’ reveals how the lockdowns and pandemic have triggered behavioural change among citizens.

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Approx 44% Delhi Slum Residents Depend On Bottled Water: Report

It also showed that 71 per cent of household dwellings were connected to the piped sewer system and 28.5 per cent were using the 'flush to septic tank' system.

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