Articles about Safdarjung

Delhi identifies 89 sites for COVID-19 vaccination drive: Health Minister

10 Jan 2021

India
Delhi identifies 89 sites for COVID-19 vaccination drive: Health Minister

The Delhi government has identified 89 sites for the COVID-19 vaccination drive in the national capital, Health Minister Satyendar Jain said on Sunday.

Rain, hailstorm lash parts of Delhi-NCR

06 Jan 2021

Delhi
Rain, hailstorm lash parts of Delhi-NCR

Residents in parts of Delhi woke up to the sound of hailstones hitting windows, even as sporadic rain continued in the national capital for the fourth consecutive day on Wednesday.

Heavy rain lashes parts of Delhi, nearby areas

03 Jan 2021

India
Heavy rain lashes parts of Delhi, nearby areas

Several parts of Delhi recorded moderate to heavy rain and thundershowers early on Sunday morning for the second consecutive day.

Delhi records 1.1°C, coldest New Year's Day in 15 years

01 Jan 2021

India
Delhi records 1.1°C, coldest New Year's Day in 15 years

On the first day of 2021, Delhi shivered with the mercury slipping to 1.1°C, as recorded by the Safdarjung observatory, for the first time in over a decade.

How Delhi plans to carry out COVID-19 vaccinations

13 Dec 2020

India
How Delhi plans to carry out COVID-19 vaccinations

Ahead of the licensing of a COVID-19 vaccine, the Delhi government has been working on a plan to conduct vaccinations.

In a first, Delhi logs over 7,000 new coronavirus cases

07 Nov 2020

India
In a first, Delhi logs over 7,000 new coronavirus cases

Delhi is buried under a heavy coronavirus caseload and on Friday made a new record by crossing the 7,000-mark for the first time since the outbreak.

Delhi's pollution worsens, PM2.5 ten times the safe level

05 Nov 2020

India
Delhi's pollution worsens, PM2.5 ten times the safe level

With the onset of winters, Delhi's battle with poisonous air has also started and Wednesday's hazardous condition proves the same.

To avoid violence: UP government defends late-night cremation in Hathras

06 Oct 2020

India
To avoid violence: UP government defends late-night cremation in Hathras

The 19-year-old gang-rape victim in Hathras was cremated late at night to avoid large-scale violence the next morning, the Uttar Pradesh government told the Supreme Court in an affidavit on Tuesday.

On way to Hathras, Rahul Gandhi claims he was lathi-charged

01 Oct 2020

India
On way to Hathras, Rahul Gandhi claims he was lathi-charged

Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday claimed Uttar Pradesh Police lathi-charged him and pushed him to the ground, just as he was on his way to meet the bereaved family of the Hathras gang-rape victim.

Delhi witnesses heavy rains, traffic snarls reported from several areas

13 Aug 2020

India
Delhi witnesses heavy rains, traffic snarls reported from several areas

A spell of heavy rains inundated Delhi today, providing some relief from the hot and humid weather but throwing daily life out of gear at the same time.

COVID-19: With 1.1mn+ cases, India witnesses deadliest week so far

21 Jul 2020

India
COVID-19: With 1.1mn+ cases, India witnesses deadliest week so far

India witnessed its deadliest week of the COVID-19 outbreak so far last week through Sunday, during which 238,000 cases—21% of the country's total cases to date—were reported.

Hindu family cremates Muslim-woman, AIIMS punishes staff for swapping bodies

09 Jul 2020

India
Hindu family cremates Muslim-woman, AIIMS punishes staff for swapping bodies

The country's premier medical institute, AIIMS, has been receiving criticism for mixing up two bodies — sending the body of a Muslim woman to a Hindu family and vice versa.

Delhi's hospitals for Delhiites: List of documents needed for treatment

08 Jun 2020

India
Delhi's hospitals for Delhiites: List of documents needed for treatment

Delhi, which is seeing a worrying rise in coronavirus cases, has taken a "step" towards protecting its overwhelmed healthcare system by reserving beds in state-run and private hospitals only for residents, a move that has earned criticism for the AAP-led government.

Beds and Delhi: Heartbreaking stories debunk Arvind Kejriwal's claims

05 Jun 2020

India
Beds and Delhi: Heartbreaking stories debunk Arvind Kejriwal's claims

As coronavirus cases continue to surge in Delhi, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal wants residents to trust the government. He has repeatedly said Delhi won't become the next New York as it's four steps ahead in this battle.

Two Safdarjung doctors, out on grocery shopping, assaulted; man arrested

09 Apr 2020

India
Two Safdarjung doctors, out on grocery shopping, assaulted; man arrested

At a time when doctors are risking their lives to battle the coronavirus pandemic, a man in Delhi assaulted two of them on Wednesday night, accusing them of spreading the deadly virus.

Coronavirus 'not a health emergency' in India; 81 cases reported

13 Mar 2020

India
Coronavirus 'not a health emergency' in India; 81 cases reported

The total number of coronavirus cases in India rose to 81 on Friday, senior government officials said.

Fog blinds Delhi: Weather department issues red alert

30 Dec 2019

India
Fog blinds Delhi: Weather department issues red alert

A thick blanket of fog has covered Delhi and neighboring areas, affecting rail, road and air traffic.

Why doctors at AIIMS Delhi wore bandages while treating patients

14 Jun 2019

India
Why doctors at AIIMS Delhi wore bandages while treating patients

Earlier this week, an unruly mob attacked two doctors in Kolkata. They claimed an elderly patient died due to "medical negligence".

Delhiites wake up to cloudy morning, hailstorm likely at places

03 Mar 2019

Delhi
Delhiites wake up to cloudy morning, hailstorm likely at places

Delhiites woke up to a cloudy morning today as the minimum temperature was recorded at 11 degrees Celsius with the possibility of a hailstorm at isolated pockets of the city, the Meteorological (MeT) Department said.

Delhi: Fog envelops city, temperature settles at 7 degree Celsius

20 Jan 2019

Delhi
Delhi: Fog envelops city, temperature settles at 7 degree Celsius

It was a cold and foggy morning in the national capital today, with the minimum temperature settling at 7 degree Celsius.

Rains bring relief to Delhiites after a humid morning

04 Sep 2018

India
Rains bring relief to Delhiites after a humid morning

Rains lashed parts of the national capital today, bringing relief to people of Delhi after a humid morning.

Delhi wakes up to pleasant morning; temperature falls after rains

02 Sep 2018

India
Delhi wakes up to pleasant morning; temperature falls after rains

Delhiites woke up to a pleasant Sunday morning after light rains lashed several parts of the city with the minimum temperature settling at 26 degrees Celsius, a notch above the season's average.

Delhi: Rains bring down mercury level; minimum temperature 21.5°c

10 May 2018

India
Delhi: Rains bring down mercury level; minimum temperature 21.5°c

It was a pleasant morning in the national capital today as rains brought the mercury down, with the minimum temperature settling at 21.5 degrees Celsius.

After tomb turned to temple, Delhi government orders probe

05 May 2018

India
After tomb turned to temple, Delhi government orders probe

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has ordered probe after a 15th-century tomb was turned into a temple in Safdarjung's Humayunpur.

Delhi Police is 'sorry' after yet another lathicharge on journalists

25 Mar 2018

India
Delhi Police is 'sorry' after yet another lathicharge on journalists

Delhi Police isn't known for their impressive track record in upholding human rights and freedom of the press.