Delhi registers 331 new cases of Covid-19, highest single-day peak since June 9


DDA Special Housing Program: Now visit sample apartments before bidding

As part of its special housing program, the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) provided potential buyers with an opportunity to visit sample apartments in different localities. They will be assisted by a person in charge of the DDA for the same.

On Thursday, the DDA launched its special program in which 18,335 apartments are for sale in four categories – High Income Group (HIG), Middle Income Group (MIG), Lower Income Group (LIG) and Janta flats – in areas such as Jasola, Dwarka, Rohini and Narela.

A senior DDA official said that these example apartments can be found at Dwarka 19 B and 16 B, Jasola, Sirsapur, Rohini Sector 34 and 35, Narela, Mangla-puri. He said DDA officials would be present at the sites from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. helping people.

“I wanted to take his son for the exam the next day”: the relative of a man who died while trying to stop the carjacking

Days after a retired public school teacher died of cardiac arrest while trying to stop a carjacking, his family said he was out to refuel. gasoline in his WagonR so that he could take his son for an exam the next morning when two men decided to steal the vehicle.

The incident took place at around 11 p.m. on Thursday near the G3S shopping center in Sector 11 of Rohini. The victim, Ramesh Chander Rana (65) tried to stop the accused by hanging on to the door. He was dragged along the road for a few meters before collapsing and dying.

“He left the house that night to refuel, so he could take our youngest son to his test center the next day. We cannot believe that he is no longer with us… he always wanted to do good for others… he dreamed big for his children and grandchildren, ”said his wife, Vijaya Rana.

Ahead of MCD polls, Congress sees leaders leap to AAP and BJP

Ahead of the MCD polls scheduled for April, Congress in Delhi and Shiromani Akali Dal in the capital see their ranks depleted, with several leaders leaving the ship to join the AAP or the BJP.

At least 12 of the 31 congressional advisers have left the party, including its top leader, Mukesh Goel, who has joined the AAP. Goel was the party leader in the North MCD.


About Author

Comments are closed.