Despite Kejriwal’s appeal not to leave the city, travellers in groups kept pouring in, which led to traffic snarls at Anand Vihar and Kaushambi border like previous year when migrant labourers had started leaving the city during nationwide lockdown amid fear of losing jobs and livelihood. The rush of migrants was seen till late night at the border.
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Just four states vaccinated more women than men
While Kerala, K’taka inoculate more women, gender divide is above 10% in Delhi and UP
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