Water Level in Yamuna in Delhi Recedes, But Still Above ‘warning’ Mark

Delhi: Water Levels in Yamuna Rise After Heavy Rains in Catchment Areas

The water level in the Yamuna in Delhi receded slightly on Monday but was still above the warning mark of 204.5 metres, as widespread rains continued in the upper catchment areas of the river, officials said. The administration has been keeping a close watch on the situation as more rains are expected in the region … Read more

Delhi: Yamuna Water Level Breaches ‘Danger Mark’; Evacuation Begins in Low-lying Areas

Polluted River Stretches Increased from 302 to 351: Govt in LS

The Delhi administration on Friday sounded a flood alert and expedited efforts to evacuate people living in the Yamuna floodplains, as the river in the capital breached the danger mark of 205.33 metres amid heavy rains in the upper catchment areas, officials said. The water level was recorded at 205.59 metres at the Old Railway … Read more

Yamuna in Delhi Could Touch Danger Mark in 24 Hours: Satyendar Jain

Polluted River Stretches Increased from 302 to 351: Govt in LS

Delhi government is prepared to tackle a possible flood situation. The Water Minister further said that these identified areas will be notified in a list for the government functionaries to take quick action. Delhi Water Minister Satyendar Jain on Thursday said the Yamuna river flowing in the national capital could touch the danger mark in … Read more

At 29,689, India’s Case Count Dips Below 30K Mark After 132 Days, Death Count Lowest in 7 Days| 10 Points

Delhi Reports 39 New Covid-19 Cases, One Death; Positivity Rate at 0.07%

India on Tuesday logged in 29,689 Covid-19 cases and 415 deaths. This is the first time in 132 days that daily cases dipped below 30,000, and it is 9,672 fewer than was reported on Monday. It is also the second consecutive day that the Covid death count was recorded below 500. Here is a look … Read more

COVID-19: Pakistan bans domestic air travel for unvaccinated people as cases cross a million mark

Image Source : PTI Partially vaccinated people, foreign nationals, Pakistani nationals having documentary proof of vaccination abroad and patients with clinical conditions will be exempted from the restriction. Pakistan has banned domestic air travel for unvaccinated people as the COVID-19 cases crossed the 1 million mark in the country on Sunday, according to officials. The … Read more

Party Time: Champagne And Celebrities Mark Richard Branson’s Space Flight

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Virgin Galactic founder Sir Richard Branson, celebrates with crew members. United States: Champagne flowed, guests cheered and Grammy-nominated singer Khalid debuted a new single: British billionaire Richard Branson threw himself a party in the desert to mark his successful first flight into space. The eccentric septuagenarian founder of Virgin Galactic arrived before dawn at Spaceport … Read more

Delta Variant Cases Mark 32% Weekly Increase In UK

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Delta Variant Cases Mark 32% Weekly Increase In UK (Representational) London: UK health officials said the Delta variant of COVID-19 continues as the dominant strain of coronavirus and marked a sharp increase in the UK with 54,268 more cases logged on Friday, which marks a 32 per cent increase over the previous week. Public Health … Read more

Delta variant cases mark 32% weekly increase in UK, vaccine protection high – Times of India

Delta variant cases mark 32% weekly increase in UK, vaccine protection high - Times of India

LONDON: UK health officials said the Delta variant of Covid-19 continues as the dominant strain of coronavirus and marked a sharp increase in the UK with 54,268 more cases logged on Friday, which marks a 32 per cent increase over the previous week. Public Health England (PHE) said its weekly analysis shows the continued rise … Read more

Tears, prayer mark end to search for Florida condo survivors – Times of India

Tears, prayer mark end to search for Florida condo survivors - Times of India

SURFSIDE: A somber moment of silence marked the end of the two-week search for survivors of a Florida condominium collapse, as rescue workers stood at solemn attention and clergy members hugged a line of local officials while many of them sobbed. The painstaking search for survivors shifted to a recovery effort at midnight Wednesday after … Read more

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