The Delhi government today reviewed preparedness for combating Ebola disease and directed all hospitals to put in place required infrastructure like ICU, isolation wards and protective gears for personnel.
The first high-speed train between Delhi and Agra with a speed of 160 km per hour is expected to run on November 10 as Kapurthala Rail Coach Factory is all set to roll out the first rake of fourteen coaches of the train.
Roads leading to Rajpath in Delhi will remain closed for general traffic on Friday morning when Prime Minister Narendra Modi will flag off the 'Run for Unity' on the occasion of birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.
The Delhi University's Faculty of Management Studies is inviting applications for admission to its MBA and doctoral programmes for the 2015 session, for which Common Admission Test or CAT scores will be accepted for the first time.
Trilokpuri in Delhi continues to be under heavy police deployment after rioting on Diwali last Thursday, followed by more communal clashes over several days. No violence has been reported in the sensitive east Delhi locality since Sunday; prohibitory orders will continue, the police have said.
A sculpture and pottery exhibition in Delhi reflects the skill and genius of Ray Meeker, one of India's most renowned ceramic artists, who along with his wife Deobrah transformed the traditional use of clay and pottery into a powerful movement of art.