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November 13, 2021

Checks on paper, city chokes on toxic haze

NEW DELHI: Air pollution reached the season's worst levels on Friday as the toxic smog that has persisted for over a week thickened and emissions breached "emergency" level thresholds that would have normally led to a host of curbs like a ban on construction work, the entry of heavy vehicles, and oddeven car use limits.

Checks on paper, city chokes on toxic haze

4 mins

Putin to visit India, S-400 may be in tow

NEW DELHI: Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit to India next month for an annual summit is expected to coincide with the delivery of the first batch of S-400 air defence systems and will set the stage for the two sides renewing their military-technical cooperation for the next decade.

Putin to visit India, S-400 may be in tow

3 mins

Army blinks after SC warns it of contempt

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Army blinks after SC warns it of contempt

4 mins

The other Chandni Chowk

The charms of a lesser known Walled City market

The other Chandni Chowk

2 mins

Gujarat civic bodies ban public display' of non-veg food items

AHMEDABAD: The municipal corporations of Vadodara and Rajkot, both ruled by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), have ordered shopkeepers and hawkers to cover non-vegetarian food, including eggs, saying an open display of the food could hurt religious sentiments.

Gujarat civic bodies ban public display' of non-veg food items

1 min

After Punjab, Bengal eyes move against BSF order

KOLKATA: The tussle between the Trinamool Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party over the Centre's decision to extend the jurisdiction of the Border Security Force (BSF) in West Bengal from 15km to 50km of the international border with Bangladesh headed towards a flashpoint on Friday when the Mamata Banerjee government decided to follow Punjab and introduce a resolution against it in the legislative assembly even as Union home secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla held a meeting on border issues with state bureaucrats in Kolkata.

After Punjab, Bengal eyes move against BSF order

3 mins

Chennai Picks Up Pieces, IMD Warns Of More Rain

Chennai: The skies were clear in Chennai but the spoils of the mayhem caused by heavy rainfall over the past week were visible on the streets as workers from various government departments fanned out to drain out water, remove fallen trees, clear blocked roads, and help restore normalcy.

Chennai Picks Up Pieces, IMD Warns Of More Rain

2 mins

Covid-19: Europe Faces Surge In Infection Rate

LONDON/MILAN: Europe has become the epicentre of the pandemic again, prompting some governments to consider re-imposing unpopular lockdowns in the run-up to Christmas and stirring debate over whether vaccines alone are enough to tame Covid-19.

Covid-19: Europe Faces Surge In Infection Rate

1 min

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Hindustan Times Delhi Newspaper Description:

PublisherHT Digital Streams Ltd.

CategoryNewspaper

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyDaily

Hindustan Times is the flagship publication of HT Media Ltd. It has a nationwide reach in India (barring Southern India), with simultaneous editions from New Delhi, Mumbai, Lucknow, Patna and Kolkata, providing general, economic and business news.

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