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15 trains running late on Tuesday

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New Delhi: With visibility across northern India continuing to be hit by fog conditions, as many as 15 trains are running late on Tuesday, said an Indian Railways official.

Few trains like Faizabad to Delhi express and Hyderabad to Delhi Telangana express were running late by upto six hours. An express from Chandigarh is running late by seven hours.

Most of the trains are facing delay due to low visibility in Uttar Pradesh and Punjab.

Katihar Amritsar express that runs through Punjab is running late by three hours, while Puri to New Delhi Purushottam express that runs through Uttar Pradesh is running late by three hours and 45 minutes.

However the number of late trains have decreased over the last week and so has the delay period with the near zero visibility situation getting slightly better.

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Death certificate wishes ‘bright future’ to deceased

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Unnao (Uttar Pradesh), Feb 26 Ever heard of someone wishing a ‘bright future’ for the dead? In a bizarre incident in Uttar Pradesh’s Unnao district, a village head issued a death certificate with the wish for an elderly man who had died last month.

The incident took place in the Sirwariya village in Asoha block where an elderly person Laxmi Shankar died after a prolonged illness on January 22.

His son went to the village head Babulal and requested him to issue a death certificate that he needed for some financial transactions.

Babulal not only issued the death certificate, but also ‘wished’ ‘a bright future for the deceased’ on the document.

The village head wrote in the death certificate — “Main inke ujjwal bhavishya ki kaamna karta hoon (I wish him a bright future).”

The letter went viral on the social media on Monday after which the village head apologised for the error and issued a new death certificate.

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Delhi violence: JNU, Jamia students reach CM residence; demand action

“Identify perpetrators of communal violence, including police officials who have participated in it and take action against them,” the students said.

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New Delhi, Feb 26 : Demanding swift action by Delhi government to help the victims of North-East Delhi violence and to bring normalcy back in the region, the students of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) reached Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s residence here at Civil Lines on the intervening night of Tuesday-Wednesday.

In a charter of demands, the students urged direct intervention of the Chief Minister into the violence affected areas and also to organise peace marches along with regional MLA’s to de-escalate tensions prevailing in North-East Delhi.

“Activate all Delhi government services and infrastructure to rescue, facilitate medical facilities and provide shelter to citizens,” the students demanded in their charter.

The students-led by JNUSU Vice-President Saket Moon also urged for action against the culprits involved in the communal violence.

“Identify perpetrators of communal violence, including police officials who have participated in it and take action against them,” the students said.

Earlier in the day, addressing a press conference, Delhi Police spokesperson, DCP Mandeep Singh Randhawa said that 10 people had died while 186 people injured in the violence which erupted on Sunday. However, later in the night the death toll rose to 13, GTB hospital authorities said.

Randhawa also claimed that the situation was under control in Jaffrabad, Gokulpuri and Maujpur areas as the police and government officials were alerted and security had been beefed up in the areas.

He said that of 186 injured, 56 are policemen, where condition of DCP Amit Sharma is still said to be critical.

As of now, 11 FIRs have been registered in this regard and several arrests were made, the DCP added.

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Delhi violence toll goes up to 13 dead, 186 injured

According to sources, some shops and houses were also attacked in Gokulpuri and the surrounding areas, and vehicles were set afire.

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New Delhi, Feb 25 : Thirteen people have lost their lives in the violence in North-East Delhi, while 186 people have been reported injured, the GTB Hospital said on Tuesday.

The identity of the deceased has not been made public as of now by the authorities, while the Delhi Police said that 56 policemen were among the injured.

Earlier in the day, addressing a press conference, Delhi Police spokesperson, ACP Mandeep Singh Randhawa said that 10 people had died while 186 people injured in the violence which erupted on Sunday.

Randhawa also claimed that the situation is under control in Jafrabad, Gokulpuri, and Maujpur areas as the police and government are alert and security has been beefed up in the areas.

He said that of 186 injured, 56 are policemen and condition of DCP Amit Sharma and the Gokulpuri ACP, who are under treatment, is critical.

As of now 11 FIRs have been registered in this regard and several arrests have been made, the ACP said.

Additional police forces and paramilitary forces have been deployed while senior Delhi Police officials are also present at the spot to tackle the situation.

Meanwhile, the Delhi Police have issued orders to shoot-at-sight in violence-hit parts.

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