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Delhi News Live Updates: Sikhs for Justice defaces walls of Delhi Metro stations with pro-Khalistan slogans ahead of G20 Summit, FIR lodged – The Indian Express

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Two restoration projects along floodplains, some lessons: A deep dive into the Yamuna’s lifeline

A patch of land that lies around 500 metres from the Yamuna at Jagatpur in North Delhi’s Wazirabad area has a story to tell of the river’s floodplains, with grass and an abandoned channel being its humble heroes. Where floodwater stood nearly 10 ft high a little more than a month ago, when the Yamuna rose to all-time high levels in Delhi, the water has now receded from the patch at the 457-acre Yamuna Biodiversity Park, leaving nearly no traces and causing no damage.

Fifteen kilometres away, three different sites of a “restoration and rejuvenation” project that is underway along the entire 22-km stretch of the river in Delhi, from Wazirabad to Okhla, did not share the same fate.

As Delhi gets ready to host G20 Summit, officials finetune shutdown, security plans

L-G VK Saxena gave the Delhi Police a checklist before the G20 Summit kicks off on September 9 and 10. Saxena chaired a review meeting with Police Commiss-ioner Sanjay Arora to assess the force’s preparedness. Special Co-mmissioner (G20) R S Krishnia, Special Commissioner (Traffic) SS Yadav and all district DCPs were present in the meeting.

As many as 60 Deputy Commissioners from all across the city, including those from specialised units such as the Special Cell, Crime Branch, Delhi Airport, Security etc, have been drafted to oversee and manage specific tasks related to the Summit. This includes security, in and around the Summit venue, IGI Airport, designated hotels, sites designated for visits by spouses, and traffic routes of visiting delegations, a statement issued by the L-G Office said.

Market revamp, Delhi Bazaar: Key Delhi govt projects hit by removal of advisors

Several key AAP-Delhi government projects have ground to a halt due to the dismissal of fellows, consultants and advisors engaged by it, government sources claimed Friday. Their “abrupt termination”, according to sources, cast a shadow over redevelopment of six city markets, three food hubs, and implementation of five key policies designed to uplift the city’s socio-economic landscape in addition to ensuring employment for the youth.

Expressing concern over removal of those appointed under the Chief Minister’s Urban Leader Fellowship and the Delhi Assembly Research Centre fellowships, following directions by Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena starting July, AAP Minister Saurabh Bharadwaj said all of them used to contribute significantly to the industries department.

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