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Delhi News Live Updates: After break due to poor air quality, winter vacation in city schools shortened to 6 days | Delhi News


Delhi schools' winter vacation was scheduled between January 1 and 15. Representational imageDelhi News Live Updates: “However, in order to ensure that our students are not adversely affected due to the poor air quality in Delhi, a portion of winter Vacation was observed from November 9 to November 18,” the circular read. (Representational/File photo)

Delhi News Live Updates (December 7): The Delhi government has cut short the winter vacation in schools from 15 to six days. As per a circular from the Directorate of Education, a portion of the winter break was given from November 9-18 due to the poor air quality in the city. Now, the remaining vacation days will be observed from January 1-6. Earlier, it was scheduled to take place from January 1-15.

The Delhi Police is on high alert after US-based Khalistani supporter Gurpatwant Singh Pannun purportedly released a video threatening to “shake the foundation of parliament” on December 13, the anniversary of the 2001 Parliament attack. This comes closely on the heels of the US’s accusation that India attempted to assassinate the Khalistani leader. Senior Delhi Police officers said extra security has been deployed around Central and New Delhi district areas, and in and around Parliament to prevent any possible breach of law and order

Here’s a weather update: There will be clear skies with shallow to moderate fog in the morning across the city till December 11, as per the India Meteorological Department (IMD).

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First published on: 07-12-2023 at 09:11 IST





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