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Complete List: Here Are The Winners Of Delhi Assembly Elections

AAP won a spectacular 62 seats. BJP fared poorly with 8 seats. Congress repeated its 0.

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NEW DELHI: AAP swept Delhi Assembly elections bagging 62 seats. The party retained power in Delhi for the third time. BJP bagged 8 seats in the 70-member Assembly. Congress not only did not win any seats but also lost deposit on 67 out of 70 seats.

See Complete List of Winners here:

Constituency Party Leading/Winning Candidates
Badli AAP Ajesh Yadav
Bawana BJP Ravinder Kumar
Burari AAP Sanjeev Jha
Adarsh Nagar AAP Pawan Sharma
Narela AAP Sharad Kumar
Mundka AAP Dharampal Lakra
Timarpur AAP Dilip Pandey
Rithala AAP Mohinder Goyal
Nangloi Jat AAP Raghuvinder Shokeen
Sultanpur Majra AAP Mukesh Kumar Ahlawat
Kirari AAP Rituraj Govind
Tri Nagar AAP Preeti Tomar
Rohini AAP Rajesh Nama Bansiwala
Wazirpur AAP Rajesh Gupta
Shakur Basti AAP Satyendar Jain
Mangol Puri AAP Rakhi Birla
Shalimar Bagh AAP Bandana Kumari
Chandni Chowk AAP Parlad Singh Sawhney
Sadar Bazar AAP Som Dutt
Matia Mahal AAP Shoaib Iqbal
Model Town AAP Akhilesh Pati Tripathi
Ballimaran AAP Imran Hussain
Moti Nagar AAP Shiv Charan Goel
Patel Nagar AAP Raaj Kumar Anand
Karol Bagh AAP Vishesh Ravi
Hari Nagar AAP Raj Kumri Dhillon
Rajouri Garden AAP A Dhanwati Chandela
Madipur AAP Girish Soni
Tilak Nagar AAP Jarnail Singh
Janakpuri AAP Rajesh Rishi
Vikaspuri AAP Mahinder Yadav
Dwarka AAP Vinay Mishra
Uttam Nagar AAP Naresh Balyan
Matiala AAP Gulab Singh
Delhi Cantt AAP Virender Singh Kadian
Bijwasan AAP Bhupinder Singh Joon
Palam AAP Bhavna Gaur
Najafgarh AAP Kailash Gahlot
Rajinder Nagar AAP Raghav Chadha
New Delhi AAP Arvind Kejriwal
Jangpura AAP Praveen Kumar
Kasturba Nagar AAP Madan Lal
Mehrauli AAP Naresh Yadav
RK Puram AAP Pramila Tokas
Malviya Nagar AAP Somnath Bharti
Chhatarpur AAP Kartar Singh Tanwar
Deoli AAP Prakash Jarwal
Sangam Vihar AAP Dinesh Mohaniya
Ambedkar Nagar AAP Ajay Dutt
Greater Kailash AAP Saurabh Bharadwaj
Tughlakabad AAP Sahiram
Kalkaji AAP Atishi
Badarpur AAP Ram Singh Netaji
Trilokpuri AAP Rohit Kumar
Okhla BJP Braham Singh
Kondli AAP Kuldeep Kumar
Patparganj AAP Manish Sisodia
Krishna Nagar AAP SK Bagga
Vishwas Nagar BJP Om Prakash Sharma
Laxmi Nagar AAP Nitin Tyagi
Gandhi Nagar AAP Naveen Chaudhary
Rohtas Nagar BJP Jitender Mahajan
Seemapuri AAP Rajendra Pal Gautam
Shahdara AAP Ram Niwas Goel
Seelampur AAP Abdul Rehman
Ghonda BJP Ajay Mahawar
Karawal Nagar BJP Mohan Singh Bisht
Gokalpur AAP Surendra Kumar
Mustafabad AAP Haji Yunus
Babarpur AAP Gopal Rai
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COVID-19 World: 10,00,000 Cases, 53,000 Deaths; And Counting

The true extent of the pandemic is likely to be significantly greater.

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WORLDWIDE: More than 1,014,499 people have been diagnosed with the COVID-19 disease worldwide, as the death toll surpassed 53,000 while about 212,000 patients recovered. Alarmingly, while the first 100,000 cases of the virus were reported after 55 days of its discovery, the first 500,000 cases mark was reached within a mere 76 days — indicating that the rate of infection appears to also be growing.

Total cases reported by Thursday grew 10 per cent from a day earlier, the first time the rate has hit double digits since the virus took hold outside China.

Dubbed COVID-19 by the World Health Organisation, the virus first spread in the city of Wuhan in China’s Hubei province in December, before reaching across to Italy, Iran and South Korea.


What makes it worse is that the true numbers are believed to be much higher, because of testing shortages, many mild cases that have gone unreported, and suspicions that some countries are covering up the extent of their outbreaks — as concerns have been raised over the truthfulness of figures coming from some governments including Tehran and Beijing.

The USA has seen by far the most cases, with at least 234,462, while Italy and Spain have also passed the 100,000 thresholds. Next is Germany, which has reported at least 84,264 cases, and then China, where the outbreak began, which researchers say has seen at least 82,432 cases.

US President Donald Trump acknowledged on Wednesday that the federal stockpile is nearly depleted of the protective equipment needed by doctors and nurses, and some “horrific” days lie ahead.


The case numbers skyrocket, rising from more than 12,000 to more than 212,000 in the space of a fortnight. Deaths in the country have also risen from 175 to 4,746 in the same span of time, while today figures showed more than 6.6 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week in the latest indication that the pandemic is ravaging the nation’s economy.

In one of the worst hotspots around the country, Louisiana, deaths climbed to at least 310 and confirmed infections spiked 42% to nearly 9,200, in what Governor John Bel Edwards attributed in part to backlogged test results finally coming back from laboratories.

“We want people focused on what they can do about it. Don’t be despondent. Don’t despair. Don’t throw your hands up,” he said. “We can determine how bad it gets by whether we comply with the social distancing, the stay-at-home order and all the hygiene we’ve been promoting.”

Among the grimmest scenarios, the coronavirus pandemic death toll in Spain passed 10,000 on Thursday, as the country reported its highest single-day number of deaths since the outbreak began, with the total rising by more than 1,000 to 10,096 among 110,238 infections.

There are 117 countries and territories that have reported over 100 cases, 50 with outbreaks of over 1,000 and seven that have reported 50,000 or more COVID-19 cases – the US, Italy, Spain, Germany, China, France and Iran.


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COVID-19: PM Modi Announces Platform For Donations, ‘PM-CARES Fund’

Donations to this fund will be exempted from income tax under section 80(G).

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NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the constitution of the PM’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations (PM-CARES) fund today. This will be a dedicated national fund with the primary objective of dealing with any kind of emergency or distress situation like posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Prime Minister is the Chairman of this trust and its Members include Defence Minister, Home Minister and Finance Minister. Citizens and organisations can go to the website pmindia.gov.in and donate to PM CARES Fund.

This fund will enable micro-donations allowing a large number of people will be able to contribute with the smallest of denominations.


Donations to this fund will be exempted from income tax under section 80(G).

In a series of tweets, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, people from all walks of life have expressed their desire to donate to India’s war against COVID-19. He appealed to the people to contribute to the PM-CARES Fund.

PM Modi said that this will go a long way in creating a healthier India — before adding that this fund will also cater to similar distressing situations in the future too.

A PIB release read: “The Prime Minister’s office has been receiving spontaneous and innumerable requests for making generous donations to support the government in the wake of this emergency.”

Keeping in mind, the need for having a dedicated national fund with the primary objective of dealing with any kind of emergency or distress situation, like posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, and to provide relief to the affected, a public charitable trust under the name of Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations Fund’ (PM CARES Fund)’ has been set up,” the release read.


The release also provided account details for those willing to donate as per their wish:

Name of the Account: PM CARES

Account Number : 2121PM20202

IFSC Code: SBIN0000691

SWIFT Code : SBININBB104


Name of Bank & Branch: State Bank of India, New Delhi Main Branch

UPI ID: [email protected]

Following modes of payments are available on the website pmindia.gov.in:

1. Debit Cards and Credit Cards
2. Internet Banking
3.UPI (BHIM, PhonePe, Amazon Pay, Google Pay, PayTM, Mobikwik, etc.)
4. RTGS/NEFT

The Fund Gets Off The Ground With Great Support From Known Names:

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COVID-19: SHAHEEN BAGH Flock, A Criminal Health Hazard, CLEARED

Police have detained 6 women and 3 men for violating Section 144 prohibitory orders.

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NEW DELHI: The Shaheen Bagh protest site, where hundreds of Islamists, largely elderly women, were stationed for several months for the agitation against Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), has been cleared by Delhi Police personnel. Police have detained 6 women and 3 men from Shaheen Bagh for violating Section 144 prohibitory orders after they showed resistance to police action.

The eviction of protesters comes two days after Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced the national capital was going into a complete lockdown to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, which has already claimed over 13,000 lives worldwide and is keeping the Indian establishment and health professionals on their toes.

In a communication on Monday, Delhi Police Commissioner S N Srivastava ordered that all border pickets in Delhi be sealed with “immediate effect”. All essential services will continue without any hinderance, he said.


On Sunday, police imposed prohibitory orders under Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) in Delhi till March 31 in view of the coronavirus outbreak, banning protests, and other gatherings. Section 144 of the CrPC bans assembly of four or more people in one place.

DCP South East said, “People at the protest site in Shaheen Bagh were requested today to clear the site as lockdown has been imposed. But after they refused, action was taken against violators as the assembly was unlawful. Protest site has been cleared. Some protesters have been detained.”

 

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