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TOI highlighted the shortage of beds for Covid-19 patients in the city's private hospitals, the Delhi government took note of the crisis and decided to increase the allocation in these hospitals.

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Three doctors at Mehrauli Health Centre which is run by South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) have tested positive for Covid-19. A sanitisation operation has been launched in the area and other necessary protocols are being followed, said a senior south corporation official.

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With the mercury rising and many establishments being allowed to operate in Lockdown 4.0, the city discoms are expecting the peak power demand to surpass last year’s record high in the coming months. While the demand may reach 7,380MW in June, it is expected to cross 7,500MW in July.

Prepared to handle surge in Covid cases: CM

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Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday said that Delhi was prepared to handle the surge in the number of corona patients with enough beds available in government and private hospitals.

Delhi: Conjoined 2-year-olds separated at AIIMS

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A pair of conjoined twins from Badaun in Uttar Pradesh, who were joined at the hip and lower back, have been separated following a 24-hour surgery at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, officials said.

Delhi: Biggest Covid single-day death toll at 30

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Delhi: Jama Masjid remains closed on Eid

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The Jama Masjid on Monday wore a deserted look on the occasion of the Eid-ul-Fitr as the gates of the historical mosque remained closed amid the nationwide lockdown to cut the transmission of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

Delhi: Cops reunite kids with kin ahead of Eid

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Faizan (13) had come to Delhi a year ago and was residing and studying at a madrasa in East of Kailash area. He was all set to go to his hometown in Bihar around Ramzan, but the country went into the coronavirus-induced lockdown and he got stuck here.

Covid rumours: Sagar Ratna files police complaint

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Amid the novel coronavirus crisis, Sagar Ratna, a popular restaurant specialising in south Indian cuisine, has become a target of rumours and WhatsApp forwards.

People throng Jama Masjid market for Eid shopping

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Ahead of Eid-ul-Fitr amid coronavirus lockdown, people gathered in large numbers to shop at the market near Jama Masjid.

Delhi: Why wait to cross the line gets longer

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The queues of migrant workers, desperate to return home despite various economic activities getting a go-ahead in Lockdown 4.0, are only increasing with Delhi government demanding more Shramik Special trains from the Centre to send them back.

Delhi sizzles at 45 degrees Celsius

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The national capital has been reeling under the effect of heat wave conditions this past week and as per information provided by India Meteorological Department (IMD), mercury levels touched 45 degrees Celsius on Monday.

Relief from heatwave in Delhi only by weekend: Met

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The capital continued to face the wrath of the heatwave on Sunday, with the mercury soaring to 45.6 degree Celsius at Ayanagar — five degrees above what is considered normal for this time of the season.

Delhi's power demand crosses 5,000 MW-mark

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Amid the lockdown, the power demand in the national capital has seen a drastic drop of about 50 per cent, but, on Sunday, it crossed the 5,000 MW mark for the first time in the season, data from State Load Dispatch Centre said.

Tihar assistant superintendent tests Covid +ve

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Tihar Jail reported its first coronavirus case after a 45-year assistant superintendent tested positive for the infection on Sunday, jail officials said. The assistant superintendent, posted at Central Jail No 7, is a resident of staff residential complex of Tihar Jail, they said.

Delhi records 635 fresh Covid cases, toll 276

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Delhi recorded 635 fresh cases of Covid-19 on Monday, taking the tally to 14,053 with 276 deaths so far in the national capital.

AAP MLA from Deoli took bribe: Tank owners

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More trouble seems to be brewing for Prakash Jarwal, the AAP MLA from Deoli, as probe suggests that he allegedly took around Rs 60 lakh in a month from water tanker owners.

No ‘fabrication’ of Covid death data: Delhi HC

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While disposing of a PIL that sought scrapping of the death audit committee (DAC) of the Delhi government on Covid-19 cases and a direction to the government to come out with “actual” figure of cases and death count, Delhi high court has ruled that it seems there is neither any arbitrariness or discrimination, nor any material to show fabrication of data on the part of the authorities.

Delhi lockdown: 82 flights cancelled at IGI

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Amid prevalent chaos and uncertainty over access to the essential services and commodities during the lockdown, we bring you the latest updates from your city.

Domestic flight ops resume at Delhi airport

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Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) has finally resumed one-third of the domestic flight services on Monday, exactly two months after it had suspended these operations due to coronavirus-induced lockdown.

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