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Delhi plagued with 80 chikungunya, 30 dengue cases since January

26 Apr 2017 | By Mansi Motwani

Municipal corporation reports from Delhi reveal that the city has witnessed 80 chikungunya cases and 30 dengue cases since January 2017.

Out of the 80, 9 chikungunya cases were reported this month till 22nd April.

Close to zero cases of the mosquito-borne diseases were reported same time in the last year.

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26 Apr 2017Delhi plagued with 80 chikungunya, 30 dengue cases since January

NoidaNoida, Greater Noida generated 50,000 jobs last fiscal

According to Noida's industries department, Noida and Greater Noida witnessed the setting up of 6,000 industrial units in the last fiscal year, resulting in the creation of more than 50,000 jobs.

According to the data, 4,640 of the factories that were set up were petty and small industries.

These industries alone generated employment for 28,998 people.

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