These vessels are fully fitted with flag facilities. The Delhi class is also capable of operating in a NBC environment. Radar cross-section reduction is presumed to be minimal, to the extent that some sharp angles have been flattened.
In the main air defence role, a pair of 2 3S-90 launchers – one installed forward of the bridge and the other atop the dual helicopter hangar – are fitted with the Shtil SAM system. The Shtil system consists of the Russian Shtil missile and 24 such missiles are carried in a below-decks magazine. The launchers elevate up to 70° but have a limited firing arc of 30° within the centreline. The launcher groups require a crew of 20 men and weigh about 50 tons.
Delhi (/ˈdɛli/, Hindustani pronunciation:[d̪ɪlliː]Dilli), officially the National Capital Territory of Delhi, is the capital territory of India. Delhi is historically and culturally connected to both the Upper Doab of the Yamuna-Ganges river system and the Punjab region. It is bordered by Haryana on three sides and by Uttar Pradesh to the east. It is the largest city in India in terms of geographical area - about 1,484 square kilometres (573sqmi). It has a population of about 16.3 million, making it the second most populous city and second most populous urban agglomeration in India and 3rd largest urban area in the world. Such is the nature of urban expansion in Delhi that its growth has expanded beyond the NCT to incorporate towns in neighbouring states and at its largest extent can count a population of about 25 million residents as of 2014.
Delhi has been continuously inhabited since the 6th century BC. Through most of its history, Delhi has served as a capital of various kingdoms and empires. It has been captured, ransacked and rebuilt several times, particularly during the medieval period, and modern Delhi is a cluster of a number of cities spread across the metropolitan region.
Delhi (pronounced DEL-High) is a former township (now an unincorporated community) located off of the junction of Ontario Highways 59 and 3. Delhi is known as the "Heart of Tobacco Country." Prior to 1880, this community was known for its lumber industry.
Founded by Frederick Sovereign as Sovereign's Corners around 1826, the community was renamed Fredericksburg and eventually to its present-day name of Delhi. The name is usually attributed locally to a postmaster honouring a major city of the British Empire, Delhi, India.
Delhi Cemetery was first established sometime in the 19th century. While it was originally a cemetery exclusively for residents who were religiously involved in the Roman Catholic Church, changes in cemetery policy made it possible to have anyone buried or interned on their property. At least 111 people and/or families hold their final resting place here. The last names of the graves belong to different ethnic groups ranging from Anglo-Saxon, French Canadian, Eastern European, and those of Belgian descent. There are even few Chinese families buried within the cemetery and a wide amount of tombstones are written in languages other than English.
Delhi's ethnic groups are diverse. During the British Raj, Delhi was a district city of the Punjab Province of British India and is still historically and culturally connected to the Punjab region. The Yamuna river was the historical boundary between the Punjab and the rest of the Indo-Gangetic Plain, and its flood plains provide fertile alluvial soil suitable for agriculture but are prone to recurrent floods. The Yamuna, a sacred river in Hinduism, is the only major river flowing through Delhi. The original natives of Delhi are those whose ancestors lived in the Yamuna basin, a region which spreads radially from the capital up to a distance of approximately 200 kilometres. Today the migrant population consists largely of Bhojpuris and Biharis.
The Indian censuses record the native languages, but not the descent of the citizens. Linguistic data cannot accurately predict ethnicity: for example, many descendants of the PunjabiHindu and Sikh refugees who came to Delhi following the partition of India now speak Hindi natively. Thus, there is no concrete official data on the ethnic makeup of Delhi.
New Delhi. Deputy chief ministerManish Sisodia clarified on Saturday that even colleges and coaching centres would have to shift classes online in the wake of the ongoing Covid-19 surge ... If 40-50 students are in one class, a library, there is a risk ... Delhi government school students of classes IX and XI will be informed about their new exam dates.
... cases of COVID-19, all schools (including government, private) and all colleges in Delhi are being closed for all classes till further orders." Last week, the Delhi government had announced that students of any classes will not be called to school in the new academic session.
The school closure in Delhi over the COVID-19 case surge has left some principals concerned about class 10 and 12 practical exams which were underway, while some say it was wise to suspends offline academic activities given the pandemic situation ... for all classes indefinitely.
“It will be ensured that the poor and the working class people won’t suffer while imposing strict restrictions,” Thackeray said. Delhi. On Saturday night, Arvind Kejriwal-led government in Delhi issued fresh guidelines, prohibiting all social, political, sports, entertainment, cultural and religious gatherings till further order.
Along with the night curfew, Delhi government on Saturday also announced new guidelines to curb the spread of the Novel Coronavirus ... Along with the night curfew, Delhi government on Saturday also announced new guidelines to curb the spread of the Novel Coronavirus ... Delhi metro, DTC and cluster buses will operate with 50% seating capacity.
-Students of Class 9-12 will be called to schools for guidance by teachers and all Delhi government and private schools will remain closed till April 30, an order issued by the Delhi Disaster ManagementAuthority (DDMA) stated ... The Delhi Metro will run at 50 per cent of coach capacity.
New Delhi/Mumbai. In view of rising Covid-19 cases, Delhi government Saturday announced a slew of curbs on social, political, sports, entertainment, academic, cultural, religious activities, while Maharashtra seemed all set for a harsher and longer lockdown, the date and time for which is yet to be finalised.
New Delhi Delhi education minister Manish Sisodia on Saturday said that the state government has advised schools to postpone their ongoing CBSE class 10 and 12 practical exams till at least April 20, in view of the rising number of Covid-19 cases in the national capital.
Amid a surge in coronavirus cases, the Delhi government Friday ordered the suspension of physical academic activities and offline examinations for all classes till further orders ... "Due to rising cases of COVID-19, schools in Delhi will remain closed for all classes till further orders," Delhi Chief MinisterArvind Kejriwal tweeted.
New Delhi. Due to the surge in Covid-19 cases, Delhi government has suspended all activities in schools ... “In view of the rising Covid-19 cases, all classes in schools (government, private) in Delhi will remain closed till further orders.” ... “Exams have been completed for Class XI science stream students ... Delhi.
NEWDELHI. Due to the surge in Covid-19 cases, Delhi government has suspended all activities in schools ... “In view of the rising Covid-19 cases, all classes in schools (government, private) in Delhi will remain closed till further orders.” ... “Exams have been completed for Class XI science stream students ... Delhi.
DelhiChief MinisterArvind Kejriwal on Saturday ruled out the possibility of another lockdown in the national capital ...Restrictions in Delhi ... "Due to rising cases of COVID-19, schools in Delhi will remain closed for all classes till further orders," Kejriwal tweeted ... Also, classes 9 and 11 students were being called to school for exams.
On Friday, the Delhi government’s directorate of education notified that all schools should discontinue offline academic activities for students of classes IX to XII till further orders ... of Educators Society, an umbrella organisation of over 300 coaching institutes across Delhi.