Saurabh Shukla


'Saurabh Shukla' - 153 News Result(s)

  • As Trains Resume, Migrant Workers Line Up With Tickets And Nothing More

    As Trains Resume, Migrant Workers Line Up With Tickets And Nothing More

    As limited train services resumed on Monday, scores migrant workers were among the first to queue up and brave the risk of COVID-19 infection with little more than tickets bought with money borrowed from friends and neighbours.

  • Hot And Humid In PPE Suits, Flight Crew Complains On First Day

    Hot And Humid In PPE Suits, Flight Crew Complains On First Day

    Life as we know it will change, experts have been warning since the coronavirus pandemic engulfed the world. On the first day of the resumption of domestic flight operation after two months of nationwide lockdown, a lot appeared to have changed for good at airports and inside flights as passengers and crews adjust to the new normal.

  • Hundreds Of Migrants Cross Yamuna On Foot At Night To Go Home

    Hundreds Of Migrants Cross Yamuna On Foot At Night To Go Home

    Hundreds of migrant workers, some carrying bags on their heads, have been crossing the Yamuna river on foot at night from Haryana to their homes in Bihar. The river flows along the Uttar Pradesh-Haryana border.

  • In UP, Police Torture Migrants Who Missed Out On Masks

    In UP, Police Torture Migrants Who Missed Out On Masks

    Two migrant labourers stretched out on a metalled road in the boiling heat, rolling from end to end, a couple of policemen, using batons on them if they stop. A video of this torture is being widely circulated in Uttar Pradesh, providing yet another facet of the plight of the migrant labourers, whose desperate exodus has been one of the most powerf...

  • After 11-Hour Wait For Ration, Women Hit By Cop With Lathi In Noida

    After 11-Hour Wait For Ration, Women Hit By Cop With <i>Lathi</i> In Noida

    A policeman in Uttar Pradesh's Noida was seen on camera hitting women who had been standing in a queue for hours to take home ration amid the coronavirus pandemic. In the mobile video, a man in white shirt is also seen pointing towards some women at different areas of the queue to single them out for thrashing with a lathi.

  • "Let Me Drink, Been 42 Days": Price Hike Doesn't Stop Delhi Liquor Buyers

    "Let Me Drink, Been 42 Days": Price Hike Doesn't Stop Delhi Liquor Buyers

    Hundreds of people lined up outside liquor shops in Delhi today, for the second consecutive day, after they re-opened following a nearly 40-day dry spell because of the coronavirus lockdown. Despite a 70 per cent increase in liquor prices in the capital, large crowds, of mostly men, were seen in snaking queues or jostling restlessly from before sun...

  • Pending Class 10, 12 CBSE Exams To Be Held "At First Possibility": Centre

    Pending Class 10, 12 CBSE Exams To Be Held "At First Possibility": Centre

    All remaining board exams for Class 10, 12 students - 29 subjects in exams crucial for promotion and admissions to undergraduate courses - will be held after the coronavirus lockdown is lifted, the CBSE said today

  • Coronavirus - Delhi Asks Centre To Pass Class 10, 12 Students Based On Internal Exams

    Coronavirus - Delhi Asks Centre To Pass Class 10, 12 Students Based On Internal Exams

    With the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) not able to conduct nationwide exams amid the coronavirus crisis, the Delhi government on Tuesday urged the central government to promote Class 10 and 12 students based on internal exams.

  • Top Medical Officer Of Virus-Hit Noida Changed For Second Time In Weeks

    Top Medical Officer Of Virus-Hit Noida Changed For Second Time In Weeks

    The top medical officer of Gautam Buddha Nagar district - one of the worst affected in Uttar Pradesh due to the coronavirus outbreak - has been changed for the second time in nearly two weeks. The twin cities of Noida-Greater Noida near Delhi are a part of this district.

  • Delhi Food Delivery Agent Tests COVID-19 +ve, 72 Families Quarantined

    Delhi Food Delivery Agent Tests COVID-19 +ve, 72 Families Quarantined

    A 19-year-old food delivery agent has tested positive for coronavirus in Delhi, causing a huge scare for over 70 families that have been asked to quarantine. The teen had delivered food for a restaurant in Malviya Nagar in south Delhi till last Sunday, until he fell ill. He has been admitted to the government-run RML hospital.

  • In Lockdown Desperation, Migrants Pick Bananas Trashed Near Delhi Cremation Ground

    In Lockdown Desperation, Migrants Pick Bananas Trashed Near Delhi Cremation Ground

    Discarded bananas rotting in the sun made for an unexpected feast for a group of men on the banks of the river Yamuna in Delhi on Wednesday afternoon. They picked through the trash for any good ones, adding one more gut-wrenching visual to the montage from across the nation of migrant workers pushed to the edge in the extended coronavirus lockdown.

  • "Very Upset": Delhi MLA Sends Relief After Report On Starving Migrant Mom

    "Very Upset": Delhi MLA Sends Relief After Report On Starving Migrant Mom

    Representatives of the Delhi government appeared at a slum in the northern part of the city today to distribute much needed food among the residents, who have been running desperately short on supplies.

  • Salt-Rice, Water: How Migrant Workers Are Coping With Lockdown In Delhi

    Salt-Rice, Water: How Migrant Workers Are Coping With Lockdown In Delhi

    Eight days after giving birth to a baby girl, 22-year-old Mehak says she is living off food that she manages to get once every two days.

  • After 'Operation Shield', No New Cases In Delhi Hotspot: Health Minister To NDTV

    After 'Operation Shield', No New Cases In Delhi Hotspot: Health Minister To NDTV

    Dilshad Garden in northeast Delhi is the first novel coronavirus hotspot to be declared infection-free, Health Minister Satyendra Jain told NDTV today

  • "New Lease Of Life": 73-Year-Old From Delhi Who Recovered From COVID-19

    "New Lease Of Life": 73-Year-Old From Delhi Who Recovered From COVID-19

    A 73-year-old man in Delhi who was discharged this morning from the Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan Hospital after recovering from the novel coronavirus or COVID-19 today said that strong will power helped him fight the illness that has infected over 4,400 in India, killed more than 100.

'Saurabh Shukla' - 668 Video Result(s)

'Saurabh Shukla' - 153 News Result(s)

  • As Trains Resume, Migrant Workers Line Up With Tickets And Nothing More

    As Trains Resume, Migrant Workers Line Up With Tickets And Nothing More

    As limited train services resumed on Monday, scores migrant workers were among the first to queue up and brave the risk of COVID-19 infection with little more than tickets bought with money borrowed from friends and neighbours.

  • Hot And Humid In PPE Suits, Flight Crew Complains On First Day

    Hot And Humid In PPE Suits, Flight Crew Complains On First Day

    Life as we know it will change, experts have been warning since the coronavirus pandemic engulfed the world. On the first day of the resumption of domestic flight operation after two months of nationwide lockdown, a lot appeared to have changed for good at airports and inside flights as passengers and crews adjust to the new normal.

  • Hundreds Of Migrants Cross Yamuna On Foot At Night To Go Home

    Hundreds Of Migrants Cross Yamuna On Foot At Night To Go Home

    Hundreds of migrant workers, some carrying bags on their heads, have been crossing the Yamuna river on foot at night from Haryana to their homes in Bihar. The river flows along the Uttar Pradesh-Haryana border.

  • In UP, Police Torture Migrants Who Missed Out On Masks

    In UP, Police Torture Migrants Who Missed Out On Masks

    Two migrant labourers stretched out on a metalled road in the boiling heat, rolling from end to end, a couple of policemen, using batons on them if they stop. A video of this torture is being widely circulated in Uttar Pradesh, providing yet another facet of the plight of the migrant labourers, whose desperate exodus has been one of the most powerf...

  • After 11-Hour Wait For Ration, Women Hit By Cop With Lathi In Noida

    After 11-Hour Wait For Ration, Women Hit By Cop With <i>Lathi</i> In Noida

    A policeman in Uttar Pradesh's Noida was seen on camera hitting women who had been standing in a queue for hours to take home ration amid the coronavirus pandemic. In the mobile video, a man in white shirt is also seen pointing towards some women at different areas of the queue to single them out for thrashing with a lathi.

  • "Let Me Drink, Been 42 Days": Price Hike Doesn't Stop Delhi Liquor Buyers

    "Let Me Drink, Been 42 Days": Price Hike Doesn't Stop Delhi Liquor Buyers

    Hundreds of people lined up outside liquor shops in Delhi today, for the second consecutive day, after they re-opened following a nearly 40-day dry spell because of the coronavirus lockdown. Despite a 70 per cent increase in liquor prices in the capital, large crowds, of mostly men, were seen in snaking queues or jostling restlessly from before sun...

  • Pending Class 10, 12 CBSE Exams To Be Held "At First Possibility": Centre

    Pending Class 10, 12 CBSE Exams To Be Held "At First Possibility": Centre

    All remaining board exams for Class 10, 12 students - 29 subjects in exams crucial for promotion and admissions to undergraduate courses - will be held after the coronavirus lockdown is lifted, the CBSE said today

  • Coronavirus - Delhi Asks Centre To Pass Class 10, 12 Students Based On Internal Exams

    Coronavirus - Delhi Asks Centre To Pass Class 10, 12 Students Based On Internal Exams

    With the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) not able to conduct nationwide exams amid the coronavirus crisis, the Delhi government on Tuesday urged the central government to promote Class 10 and 12 students based on internal exams.

  • Top Medical Officer Of Virus-Hit Noida Changed For Second Time In Weeks

    Top Medical Officer Of Virus-Hit Noida Changed For Second Time In Weeks

    The top medical officer of Gautam Buddha Nagar district - one of the worst affected in Uttar Pradesh due to the coronavirus outbreak - has been changed for the second time in nearly two weeks. The twin cities of Noida-Greater Noida near Delhi are a part of this district.

  • Delhi Food Delivery Agent Tests COVID-19 +ve, 72 Families Quarantined

    Delhi Food Delivery Agent Tests COVID-19 +ve, 72 Families Quarantined

    A 19-year-old food delivery agent has tested positive for coronavirus in Delhi, causing a huge scare for over 70 families that have been asked to quarantine. The teen had delivered food for a restaurant in Malviya Nagar in south Delhi till last Sunday, until he fell ill. He has been admitted to the government-run RML hospital.

  • In Lockdown Desperation, Migrants Pick Bananas Trashed Near Delhi Cremation Ground

    In Lockdown Desperation, Migrants Pick Bananas Trashed Near Delhi Cremation Ground

    Discarded bananas rotting in the sun made for an unexpected feast for a group of men on the banks of the river Yamuna in Delhi on Wednesday afternoon. They picked through the trash for any good ones, adding one more gut-wrenching visual to the montage from across the nation of migrant workers pushed to the edge in the extended coronavirus lockdown.

  • "Very Upset": Delhi MLA Sends Relief After Report On Starving Migrant Mom

    "Very Upset": Delhi MLA Sends Relief After Report On Starving Migrant Mom

    Representatives of the Delhi government appeared at a slum in the northern part of the city today to distribute much needed food among the residents, who have been running desperately short on supplies.

  • Salt-Rice, Water: How Migrant Workers Are Coping With Lockdown In Delhi

    Salt-Rice, Water: How Migrant Workers Are Coping With Lockdown In Delhi

    Eight days after giving birth to a baby girl, 22-year-old Mehak says she is living off food that she manages to get once every two days.

  • After 'Operation Shield', No New Cases In Delhi Hotspot: Health Minister To NDTV

    After 'Operation Shield', No New Cases In Delhi Hotspot: Health Minister To NDTV

    Dilshad Garden in northeast Delhi is the first novel coronavirus hotspot to be declared infection-free, Health Minister Satyendra Jain told NDTV today

  • "New Lease Of Life": 73-Year-Old From Delhi Who Recovered From COVID-19

    "New Lease Of Life": 73-Year-Old From Delhi Who Recovered From COVID-19

    A 73-year-old man in Delhi who was discharged this morning from the Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan Hospital after recovering from the novel coronavirus or COVID-19 today said that strong will power helped him fight the illness that has infected over 4,400 in India, killed more than 100.

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