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Delhi

A cold wave swept the national capital on Sunday morning, with the minimum temperature dipping to 3.1 degrees Celsius. (Representational Photo: DC)

Delhi records maximum cold wave days in January in 13 years: IMD

Only one 'cold wave' day each was recorded in 2020 and 2019, compared to seven days this year

Written consent is to be obtained from the parents of all students who are willing to visit the school. (Representational image: PTI)

COVID-19: Delhi govt issues SOPs for partial re-opening of schools

Schools in Delhi will partially resume classes and students are permitted to visit their schools for admission-related work and practicals

A person gives his sample for Covid testing. (PTI Photo)

29% of Delhi's population has antibodies against COVID-19, says August sero-survey

Sero-prevalence of antibodies found in males was 28.3 per cent, and in females 32.2 per cent in the latest survey, the minister said

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. (Photo: PTI/File)

Delhi govt to recommend doctors, healthcare workers for Padma awards to Centre

Kejriwal has asked the public to recommend the names

Only half of the available trains will be inducted into service with a frequency ranging from nearly five to 15 minutes on different lines. (PTI file)

Delhi Metro resumes services after nearly 3 weeks; with 50 pc capacity

On Monday, trains begun plying, with the scheduled starting time for services being 6 am

Mumbai

A man stands in a waterlogged street after heavy rainfall in Mumbai. (Photo: AP)

Heavy rains batter Mumbai, leave several areas waterlogged

Railways halted Mumbai local train service between Umbermali and Kasara

Four people were injured and they taken to the nearby Cooper Hospital, a civic official said. (Twitter/@anumandloi)

4 injured in fire at cylinder godown in Mumbai's Versova

The blaze erupted around 9.40 am due to a cylinder blast in the godown located on Yari Road in Versova area of the western suburb

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Increase trains to prevent overcrowding: Bombay High Court

The court directed government to consider its suggestions and see if it can forward a proposal to the Railways

 A woman walks past a mural depicting people travelling on a overcrowded public transport to raise awareness about maintaining social distancing and the use of masks, in Mumbai on March 2, 2021. (AFP)

Mumbai's 12 police zones to fine 1,000 maskless people per day

50 per cent of the fine collected from mask rule violators will be used for police welfare activities and the remaining will be given to BMC

Kolkata

Owaisi's proposed rally has evoked sharp reactions from the ruling TMC. (PTI file)

AIMIM to kick off Bengal campaign with Owaisi's rally on Feb 25

AIMIM has already come up with posters and the slogan Awaz uthaneke waqt aa chuka hain (time has come to raise your voice)

Senior BJP leader Mukul Roy

Mukul Roy booked for taking bribe, moves Calcutta HC for anticipatory bail

Sources claimed that he played a crucial role behind the recent induction of a group of Tollywood actors into the BJP.

The Chittaranjan National Cancer Institute in Kolkata is a central government institution.

Bengal to turn two big hospitals into corona facilities

Together they will add 2300 beds to the war against corona

BJP MP of Barrackpore Arjun Singh (Photo: ANI)

BJP MP suffers head injuries, claims police attacked him

The Barrackpore police commissioner led a large contingent of force to bring the situation under control.

 Cyclone Amphan toll rises to 85 in Bengal; protests over electric, water supply. (PTI Photo)

Cyclone Amphan death toll rises to 85 in Bengal, residents protest over basic needs

People in various parts of Kolkata staged protests and blockades since Friday night demanding immediate resumption of power and water supply

In Other Cities

Narendra Dabholkar (Photo: PTI)

CBI invokes terror charges against Dabholkar’s accused

The CBI made a submission to this effect before Judicial Magistrate (first class) S.M.A. Sayyad in Maharashtra on Monday.

“Any violations in this regard shall be liable for penalty and also punishable under section 188 of the Indian Penal Code. (PTI photo)

COVID-19: Bengaluru corporation allows business establishments to operate

The employees should maintain proof of their vaccination status at their workplace and shall produce the same as and when enquired

RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav, (Image source: PTI)

Grand Alliance to organise human chain in Bihar against farm laws

Does he think the agitating farmers are justified in hitting the streets, questions Tejashwi Yadav

Ragini Dwivedi.

Bengaluru crime branch book 12, including actress Ragini Dwivedi under NDPS Act

Meanwhile, city police have arrested three youths, hailing from Kerala and confiscated hashish oil and marijuana worth over Rs 45 lakh.