Delhi- Issuance of restaurant licenses to get harder
The New Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) is going to make the process of issuing and renewing licenses of restaurants, pubs, cafes and eateries more tough. The new prerequisites may include acquiring NOCs from 4 departments including the Chief Architect of the Council, which will check the structural ability of the place. For more news from the Capital, tap in!
Owing to the over-congestion at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport, parliamentarians have asked DIAL to shift some airlines from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2 to minimize passengers' inconvenience. Currently, T1 receives a traffic of 24 million passengers, when it can handle only 20 million. The increasing number of commercial establishments can pose a threat to passengers' lives in case of an emergency evacuation.
Officials of cities falling under the National Capital Region (NCR) like Noida and Ghaziabad were directed by Chief Secretary of Uttar Pradesh, Rahul Bhatnagar to start working towards mitigating air pollution in their respective cities. These officials will receive training for the same on 29th May. The meeting will be attended by district magistrates, police chiefs and heads of other enforcement agencies.
Delhi HC directed the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to retain the grace marks policy and follow it for correcting this year's Class 10, 12 board exam papers. The board said it would consult the Ministry of Human Resource Development Ministry over the same. The moderation policy allows students to score 'grace' marks for difficult questions and errors in the question paper.
Ordered by CM Arvind Kejriwal, the audit of availability of medicines in state-run hospitals reveals major inefficiencies in their services. At least 5 big hospitals including East Delhi's Guru Teg Bahadur (GTB) Hospital and West Delhi's Deen Dayal Upadhyaya (DDU) don't have 50% of their medicines stocked. The CM directed Chief Secretary M.M Kutty to certify 100% availability of medicines in hospitals every month.
Sectors 21,22,23,17, Sushant Lok, South City 2, Mayfield Garden, Sector 56 and adjacent areas of Gurugram have started facing acute shortage of water. Residents from many areas have been obligated to buy water tankers from unauthorized suppliers. They blame poor supply of water and usage of old pumps, machinery at pumping stations for water shortage.