G20 Summit: Entry/exit at several Delhi Metro stations to remain closed
In an order, the Deputy Commissioner of Police, Delhi Metro, has identified 39 metro stations for enhanced security measures, including the closure of certain entry and exit gates.
DMRC employee sets Guinness Record for fastest travel to all stations
A Delhi Metro Rail Corporation employee has set a Guinness World Record by travelling to all metro stations in just 16 hours, it was announced on Wednesday. According to the DMRC, Prafull Singh is the first person to travel to all 254 stations covering 348 kms in just 16 hrs and two minutes. With this feat, he has entered into the Guinness World Records for recording the 'Fastest time to travel to all Metro stations'.
Covid restrictions back in Delhi: Know what's open, what's closed and all other details 
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The Delhi government extended the night curfew and issued orders to shut schools, cinemas, and gyms in the city. However, shops in malls will continue to operate but on an odd-even basis. The national capital on Monday registered 331 new Covid-19 cases, the highest single-day rise recorded since June 9.
During phase III implementation, DMRC disobeyed environmental norms: CAG
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The DMRC has to follow various environmental provisions under the National Environment Policy, the Central Water Commission, Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, and Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act etc. No environment clearance was obtained by DMRC for the Phase-III project although it had constructed four metro car maintenance depots each having a built-up area of more than 20,000 sqm.
Assam, Mizoram CMs discuss modalities to resolve border row
A top Assam government official in Guwahati said that Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and his Mizoram counterpart Zoramthanga, after the discussion in presence of Shah, decided that both the states would constitute committees for resolving the border disputes through discussions. According to the official, the meeting also decided that the two Chief Ministers would also hold talks from time to time to take forward the efforts to a logical conclusion and a lasting solution.
Fresh troubles along Assam-Mizoram border over roads, camps
Kolasib (Mizoram) Deputy Commissioner H. Lalthlangliana, in a letter to his Hailakandi (Assam) counterpart Rohan Jha, alleged that Assam Police personnel had, at gun point, kidnapped JCB operator Lalngaisanga on Thursday while he was constructing a private road on the request of the 'Jhum' farmers (shifting cultivators).
Blast in school triggers fresh tension along Assam-Mizoram border
Police said that the explosion damaged the floor and wall of the Sahebmara Punjee Lower Primary school in Gutguti area in Hailakandi district adjoining Kolasib district of Mizoram. The government run school is located in the remote bordering area and has been shut due to Covid-19 restrictions. As the blast took place on Friday midnight no one was hurt in the detonation.
Assam has no claim over any land: Himanta Biswa Sarma
Talking to the media in the national capital, Sarma said, "We cannot fight with the bordering states for small villages. We do not want anybody to leave their land, as Assam has no claim over any land. "Assam did not ask for any land. It is not a question of them leaving the land because we have never in our history asked for any land from our bordering states," Sarma said.
Assam-Mizoram border row: Efforts on to lift 'economic blockade'
Due to the "economic blockade" on National Highway-306 in Assam's Cachar, supply of essential commodities, transport fuels and medicines to Mizoram has been acutely hit since the bloodiest border clash and firing that left six Assam policemen dead and 100 others including civilians of the two states hurt on July 26.
Assam, Meghalaya CMs set up committees to resolve border disputes
In their second meeting on the issue, Assam's Himanta Biswa Sarma and his Meghalaya counterpart Conrad K. Sangma said that three separate committees for three disputed regions would be formed on each side under cabinet ministers. Sangma said that the committees, which would also comprise senior officials, would focus on five aspects.