Delhi News Live Updates: Delhi to witness cloudy sky, light rain today

    Delhi News Live Updates Today: Delhi-NCR regions will witness cloudy skies and thundershowers later in the afternoon and evening today

    Delhi weather, Delhi rains, Delhi weather todayNew Delhi: A worker drinks water during a hot summer afternoon near the Pragati Maidan in New Delhi, Tuesday, May 23, 2023. (PTI Photo)

    Delhi News Live Updates, Delhi NCR News Today: Delhi is likely to witness cloudy skies and thundershowers, with light rainfall in the next couple of days, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted.

    In the run-up to the upcoming 2024 Lok Sabha polls, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and former Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani will lead the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) Delhi leg of a month-long, nationwide outreach campaign aimed at spreading awareness regarding the PM Narendra Modi-led central government’s achievements over the last nine years.

    In other news, two months before she was shot dead by a fellow student inside the university campus, 20-year-old Sneha Chaurasia had written to senior members of the administration at Shiv Nadar University, detailing the alleged abuse by the accused, Anuj Kumar. Alleging that he had tried to strangle her and threatened to kill her, she had sought their intervention so that she could “feel safe and happy on campus”.

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    These lines from renowned poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz’s Subh-e-Azadi (The Dawn of Freedom) exemplify the mood of the newly-opened Partition Museum at the Dara Shikoh Library in Delhi. Inaugurated by Delhi Education Minister Atishi within the Ambedkar University campus in Kashmere Gate on May 19 this year, the museum, according to Kishwar Desai, the chairperson of The Arts and Cultural Heritage Trust, is being referred to as the “people’s museum”.

    MUST READ | Delhi’s Partition Museum — An attempt to show impact on common people

    It took more than a dozen blood droplets splattered on the road for nearly 100 metres to trace a grievously injured 25-year-old man, accused of breaking into an Uber driver’s car and stealing his mobile at knife point along with his co-accused, hiding inside a park.

    Officers said that the incident took place Monday around 4:20 AM, when Uber driver Santosh, 35, a resident of Madanpur Khadar, was inside his car in North Delhi’s Sarai Rohilla when two persons arrived on a scooty and broke the side-window glass of the vehicle by hurling a stone at it. They pointed a sharp-edged weapon at the driver and robbed him of his mobile.

    CRACKING THE CASE | How blood drops helped cops reach a cellphone thief

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    First published on: 24-05-2023 at 09:19 IST

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