NEW DELHI : Mobile services including internet, voice calls, and SMS were on Thursday suspended in parts of Delhi amid heavy protests against the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), 2019. Reports of the services being affected in other parts of the country also poured in as the government cracked down on protestors.The Delhi Police on Thursday directed the nodal officers of all mobile operators including Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone Idea to suspend mobile services from 9 am to 1 pm in the Walled City area of north and central districts, Mandi House, Seelampur, Jaffarbad and Mustafabad, Jamia Nagar and Shaeen Bagh, Bawana.
READ Just Like That: Sanjay Raut Flaunts Newfound Sena NCP Cong Bond; #39;Old Wounds Forgotten #39;Rai said Sisodia will address the people at Sangam Vihar, Rai will be at Bawana, senior party leader Sanjay Singh will be at Burari, party member Dilip Pandey will be at Vikaspuri, and Saurabh Bharadwaj will be at the Deoli assembly constituency. He claimed that the BJP leaders are lying to the people about the issue of regularisation of unauthorised colonies. "We exposed the BJP when they started this token registration online because we believe that this is the same kind of fraud which the Congress did earlier in the name of distribution of provisional certificates to the residents of the authorised colonies, " Rai claimed.
The CM said none of these would be repeated if Delhiites elect Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidates in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. Speaking at the launch of development works in 11 unauthorised colonies in Bawana assembly constituency, Kejriwal, convener of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), declared Guggan Singh as the party 's candidate from the northwest Delhi parliamentary seat. He is in charge of the Lok Sabha seat.
The authorities had earlier arrested three persons in the case, including two teachers of the school Antil and Rohit Vats and one private coaching centre tutor, Tauqeer.Detectives had earlier interrogated the principal of the school several times.
NEW DELHI: Delhi Police has arrested the principal of Mother Khazani Convent School, Bawana, in connection to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) paper leak case on Wednesday. Authorities have already arrested three persons in the case, including two teachers from Mother Khazani Convent School Antil and Rohit Vats. The third person is Tauqeer, a private coaching centre tutor Tauqeer.
In April, two teachers of a Bawana school and coaching centre tutor were arrested by the police for allegedly leaking the CBSE class XII economics board paper.Later, the police received information later that Jha had knowledge of the entire affair.In this regard, three people from Una district of Himachal Pradesh were arrested in April for their alleged involvement in the CBSE Class 12 economics paper leak.The arrested accused have been identified as Rakesh Kumar (commerce lecturer), clerk Amit Sharma and class IV employee Ashok of DAV Una, who were deployed on examination duty at Jawahar Navodaya School Pekhuwala on March 26.
Momeena is blind in one eye. She takes a shared rickshaw to work at a factory cutting loose threads from purses eight hours a day, six days a week. In Indiaâ€™s metros, women travel shorter distances, with most preferring to walk or take the bus to work, many choosing low paying jobs over long commutes to work.
Demanding justice for the women who died in the Bawana fire tragedy last week, activists of the Delhi Pradesh Mahila Congress (DPMC) on Saturday protested outside Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal s residence in Civil Lines.With the majority of the victims being women, DPMC president Sharmistha Mukherjee said the government should give jobs to the kin of the women who lost their lives in the fire. The DPMC also urged Mr. Kejriwal to provide minimum wages to the women labourers working in the Bawana Industrial Area in order to improve lives.
Two people were injured in the blaze, one of the Capital 's deadliest industrial tragedies since 57 people were killed in a fire in the Lal Kuan chemical market complex in May 1999.Delhi fire department officials said about 30 people working in the unit were trapped when the fire broke out around 6.20pm in the building that had a lone exit door in the front. The building 's three floors and the basement were used to pack and store firecrackers.
New Delhi: The police have arrested the owner of the firecracker storage unit in Delhi;s Bawana industrial area where 17 people were killed in a massive blaze yesterday.Manoj Jain, who ran the factory, has been arrested. A probe revealed it was a factory of "cold firecrackers " used in stage shows and Holi celebrations, said Rajneesh Gupta, deputy commissioner of police (Rohini).
The Aam Aadmi Party's victory in the Bawana by poll is being exaggerated as a comeback for the party, as proof of success of the AAP's new strategy of lying low and focusing on governance in Delhi.It does show the AAP has fighting spirit left in it. The result is a morale booster for the party after it lost Punjab and the Municipal Corporation of Delhi elections. It will also deter other AAP MLAs from defecting to the BJP, knowing that victory in a by poll is not guaranteed.
PANCHKULA:Violence and arson reigned supreme leaving at least 31 dead and more than 250 persons injured after violent protesters went berserk on hearing the news of the conviction of their high profile and controversial Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh in a 15 year old sexual exploitation case by a CBI special court in Panchkula on Friday afternoon.Nisha Kaur Weber suddenly became India s favourite little orphan . Which, ironically, she wasn t any more Adopted by Sunny Leone and husband Daniel Weber, the 21 month old girl was reportedly turned down by as many as 11 wannabe parents, who had registered with centralised adoption agency CARA.
New Delhi: The BJP on Wednesday urged the Chief Election Commissioner AK Joti to de recognise Aam Aadmi Party for violating model code of conduct during the by poll to Delhi's Bawana constituency by pasting posters spreading disharmony in the constituency.The delegation, led by its Delhi unit chief Manoj Tiwari, also said that the matter of the poster calling for communal polarisation by Muslims during voting is very grave and defeats the spirit of secularism as prescribed by the Constitution.
Beginning at 8am, polling will continue till 6pm. Counting of votes will be done on August 28. The Aam Aadmi Party, the BJP and the Congress are locked in a three corner fight in assembly seat, the outcome of which could determine more than just who represents the Bawana constituency.
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The fight is between the incumbent AAP, opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress. The election, caused by the defection of the AAP legislator to the BJP, is an opportunity for the Delhi government to showcase the work they have done while the BJP hopes to increase its seat tally, and the Congress to make an entry in the legislative assembly.