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Mudda-12-13-2017

A Swachh Rajniti Abhiyan under way: BJP

Party claims credit for special courts move as Mudda participants hope that these will be effective in convicting 1,581 tainted MPs and MLAs and...
AIRPOLLUTION

Air pollution can impair brain development in babies, warns UNICEF report

A UNICEF report released on Wednesday, Dec 6 – a day after the first International Smog Day – says babies in South Asia face...
A-Raja

2G spectrum scam case trial: Delhi court to decide A Raja, Kanimozhi’s fate on...

CAG report in 2010 had estimated that 2G spectrum allocation during A Raja’s term as Union telecom minister had cost the exchequer Rs 1.76...
pollution

Delhi air quality dips as pollution spikes; NGT raps Delhi govt

As the city went under haze and air pollution disrupted the India-Sri Lanka cricket test, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Monday slammed the...
AAP celebrates 5 years, attacks BJP on Sunday, gets IT notice on Monday

AAP celebrates 5 years, attacks BJP on Sunday, gets IT notice on Monday

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) was served a Rs 30.64 crore notice by the Income Tax department on Monday. On Sunday, Aam Aadmi Party celebrated five...
Child traffickers mistakenly call Delhi police to sell minor girl, arrested

Child traffickers mistakenly call Delhi police to sell minor girl, arrested

The two child traffickers, residents of Bihar, had called the GB Road police station thinking the number belonged to a brothel owner In an unusually...
Rape

Delhi school shocker: 4-year-old sexually assaults classmate

Incident took place last Friday when the 4-year-old allegedly unbuttoned his classmate’s pants, touched her private parts and inserted a sharpened pencil in it In...
AIIMS Surgery

AIIMS doc takes out ice pick from lung of man stabbed through the back

In a rare surgical achievement, a doctor at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) managed to safely take out an ice pick that...
rain-delhi-pollution

Air quality in Delhi-NCR improves a little after rain

Mahesh Palwat, Director of Skymet, a private weather forecast agency says the rains always have a washout effect on particulate matter Rains on Friday night...
Delhi-Pollution

Amid better air-quality, EPCA eases emergency measures for pollution control in Delhi-NCR

After dense smog blanketed the nation capital region and Delhi, EPCA imposed the emergency measures on November 8. Citing the improving condition of air quality...
Rain-Water-Harvesting

NGT orders Delhi schools, colleges to install rainwater harvesting systems in 2 months

In a major boost to the idea of groundwater conservation in New Delhi, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Thursday, November 16, ordered all...
WET TRANSPORT: A man rows his boat filled with straw on the waters of Nageen Lake on a cold morning in Srinagar, Reuters/UNI

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Delhi smog: AAP government plea to NGT seeking modification in odd-even scheme order

In a plea filed to the NGT, the AAP government sought changes in the tribunal’s previous directions on the odd-even scheme implementation. Amid deteriorating weather...
Mudda 2017-11-13

“Curbing air pollution does not fetch votes”

AAP government at receiving end, panellists feel that parties should rise above petty politics and take proactive measures to curb the menace New Delhi’s air...
India-Air-Pollution

Delhi air pollution: Tussle over odd-even exemptions take a toll on Delhi’s environment

Delhi government cited socio- economic reasons for abstaining from its earlier decision The Delhi Government's dilemma - over whether the odd-even scheme should be...
Odd-Even Traffic Scheme in Delhi from Nov 13-17, No Exemptions

On-off Odd-Even: Delhi Govt calls off odd-even traffic scheme, says will move NGT for...

The Delhi govt wants women drivers to be exempted, citing safety concerns After getting a go-ahead for the odd-even traffic scheme from National Green Tribunal...
4 JNU students fined for cooking, eating biryani near administration block

4 JNU students fined for cooking, eating biryani near administration block

Proctoral inquiry report says the students were “found guilty” of cooking biryani near Administrative Building and eating it, conduct “unbecoming” of a JNU student There...
“It’s a public health emergency, do not politicise it”

“It’s a public health emergency, do not politicise it”

Mudda talking heads hunt for solution to Delhi air pollution crisis, puts it down to policy failure and call for greater use of public...

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Anti-Pollution Measures Get More Stringent To Tackle Situation Reaching Emergency Levels

Pollution level in Delhi region set alarm bells ringing and measures were set in motion to meet what has become a health hazard and...
INHERITANCE OF LOSS: A Rohingya refugee girl is weighed at the emergency nutrition treatment centre in Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, Reuters/UNI

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ALL IN A ROW: King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium being received by President Ramnath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a ceremonial reception at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi, UNI

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DETRACTORS AROUND THE WORLD: Protesters take part in an anti-Trump rally in front of US embassy in central Seoul, South Korea, Reuters/UNI

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eid-new-dehli

If Freelance Muslim Spokesmen Do Not Shut Up, Its Advantage BJP

By- Saeed Naqvi It is one of the great ironies of our times that Muslims are a problem for all political parties, except the BJP....
Jet Airways

Aviation minister directs airlines to put Jet Airways ‘hijack hoax’ creator on No Fly...

Mumbai- Delhi Jet Airways flight was diverted to Ahmedabad after an air hostess found a note in the plane’s lavatory saying the plane was...
WELCOME TO THE SHOW: Toyota Motor president Akio Toyoda (R) and Honda Motor Chief Executive Officer Takahiro Hachigo (L) attend the opening ceremony of the 45th Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo, Japan, Reuters/UNI

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Delhi Air Pollution

Bhiwadi had highest air pollution on Diwali, not Delhi: CPCB

Data released by the CPCB shows Kolkata and Agra as the second and third most polluted cities in the country respectively on Diwali night In...
Man killed his co worker

Man arrested in Delhi for killing co-worker, hiding body inside fridge

The victim and the accused were working at the same restaurant, victim went missing on October 9, body recovered on October 15. The Delhi Police...
Post-Diwali-pollution

Residents Crack the fireworks ban, post Diwali air quality worsens in Delhi-NCR

Delhi woke up to a hazy Friday after Diwali celebrations with the air pollution in “severe” category, partly because ban on sale of crackers...
Delhi Air Pollution

Pollution punch: Diesel generators banned in Delhi, four-fold hike likely in parking charges

Environment Pollution Prevention and Control Authority advises Delhiites to wear masks, wherever possible Diesel generators have been banned, the Badarpur power plant has been shut...
Narendra Modi

55 % Indians support autocracy, 85 % trust Modi govt: Pew study

Pew research also says that while 27 per cent Indians want a strong leader, 46 per cent trust the government will do what is...
India high speed train

Doklam effect: Chennai-Bangaluru-Mysore high speed train project in limbo

Chinese not responding to Indian communication for six months The recent Doklam stand-off between India and China has virtually caused delay in the implementation of...
TIME FOR TRUMPCARE: US President Donald Trump smiles after signing an Executive Order to make it easier for Americans to buy bare-bone health insurance plans and circumvent Obamacare rules at the White House in Washington, US, Reuters/UNI

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21-year-old Delhi man duped Amazon by seeking refunds for 166 mobiles, earns nearly Rs...

Accused ordered phones on Amazon, complained that he received an empty box and seek refund. He would then sell the phone on OLX or...
firecracker ban

SC firecracker ban: How it will impact Delhi air, traders this Diwali

Doctors and environmentalists have welcomed  the Supreme Court's decision and hoped it would ensure a relatively cleaner Diwali this year but leave traders in...
BLAST OFF: An H-2A rocket carrying Japan's fourth and final quasi-zenith satellite, the Michibiki No. 4, lifts off from the Tanegashima Space Center in Kagoshima Prefecture, southwestern Japan, Kyodo/Reuters/UNI

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Delhi Metro

Delhi Metro hikes fares, political parties spar while commuters suffer

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to launch Metro Fare Satyagraha from Wednesday, Congress launches Save Metro campaign, ABVP protests against hike After a month of confrontations between...
FIFA-U-17-India USA

India hammered by US in debut U-17 World Cup match

US captain Josh Sargent and Chris Goslin steal show as hosts crumble This is the beginning every host fears, being hammered in the opening match....
NOTHING BY CHANCE: The US Navy Blue Angels flight demonstration squadron and Team Oracle aerobatics pilot, Sean Tucker, fly over San Francisco Bay during a photo flight ahead of Fleet Week in San Francisco, California, US, Reuters/UNI

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Mohan Bhagwat

Narrow shave for RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat in accident on Yamuna Expressway

The RSS chief was on his way to Vrindavan from New Delhi when his car collided with another vehicle in his motorcade, no one...
DIE DEMONS DIE: Smoke rises at the positions of the Islamic State militants after an air strike by the coalition forces near the stadium in Raqqa, Syria, Reuters/UNI

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Radhe Ma

Delhi police orders probe as photo of Radhe Maa seated on police officer’s chair...

Sanjay Sharma, station house officer of Vivek Vihar police station and five other policemen transferred to district lines Paying obeisance to and prostrating before controversial...
Stubble

Delhi air quality to deteriorate further in next three days

The cause of degradation of air is being linked to current harvesting season underway in Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh plus change in...
Excise cut on fuel

Centre buckles under criticism of rising fuel prices, cuts excise duty on petrol, diesel...

Excise reduced from Rs 21.48 per litre to Rs 19.48 on petrol, while excise duty on diesel down to Rs 15.33 from Rs 17.33...
Stubble burning

Punjab to combat stubble burning with red entry in land records, farmers not happy

As paddy sowing season begins, farmers say government should compensate them for adopting eco-friendly ways of disposing crop residue or face protests With the paddy-sowing...
Sexual violence illustration

28-year-old Delhi resident claims she was gang-raped by 23 men, 6 arrested

The woman, who originally hails from Kerala, had bought a plot of land near Bikaner and had gone to inspect it when the incident...
FLATTENED: A car is surrounded by the mangled remains of a recycling and waste management centre that was destroyed by Hurricane Maria in St Croix, US Virgin Islands, Reuters/UNI

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Now self-styled godman Mahant Pratibhanand arrested for BSP leader’s murder

Now self-styled godman Mahant Pratibhanand arrested for BSP leader’s murder

Pratibhanand, who carried a bounty of Rs 1 lakh, was on the run since BSP leader Deepak Bhardwaj’s murder in 2013 These are bad times...

30-minute sunbath a week can make infants Vitamin-D sufficient: Study

-By Bhavya Khullar Exposing 40 per cent of baby’s body to the sun for 30 mins a week will make infant Vitamin-D sufficient within 6...
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After Shaktipunj Exp, engine and wagon of Ranchi Rajdhani derail in Delhi

After Shaktipunj Exp, engine and wagon of Ranchi Rajdhani derail in Delhi

The Delhi bound Ranchi Rajdhani Express was changing tracks near the Shivaji Bridge station when its engine and generator wagon went off track, no...
VIRGINS ARE REVERRED: Young girls dressed as the Living Goddess participate in the Kumari Puja festival in Kathmandu, Nepal, Reuters/UNI

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CIA might have accessed Aadhaar data, claims WikiLeaks

Data is encrypted and not accessible, says government In its latest exposé, WikiLeaks has claimed that a US-based company providing devices to record biometric...
Bahubali Returns

Ganesha enters North India’s festival calendar

The artisans’ colony at the crossing of National Highway 24 and NOIDA Road in east Delhi is super-busy these days. Youth, women and tiny...
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal wriggles out of defamation case

Bhadana had sought Rs 1 crore as damage under civil defamation suit, claiming that CM Kejriwal has tarnished his image by branding him as...
Molestation

SI suspended for not registering case, forcing molestation victim to write apology

In a case of molestation and assault of seven students, including a girl, at Asola Wildlife Sanctuary, the sub-inspector of Surajkund police station in...
COME ON: Palestinian protesters run in front of Israeli troops during clashes in the West Bank village of Kofr Qadom near Nablus, Reuters/UNI

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NIA Businessman Zahoor Watali

Terror Funding Case: Businessman Zahoor Watali arrested in Srinagar as investigation continues

Watali played a key role in the routing of funds to the separatists in Kashmir The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Thursday arrested Kashmiri businessman...
PROUD COLOURS: A military band marches towards the Presidential Palace from the National Monument during Independence Day celebrations in Jakarta, Indonesia, reuters/UNI

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New Delhi: 20-Year-Old Girl Raped, Thrown Off From Fourth Floor

New Delhi: 20-Year-Old Girl Raped, Thrown Off From Fourth Floor

Victim in coma after major head injuries In continuing crimes against women in the capital, a 20-year-old girl was allegedly raped and then thrown...
Delhi Police recruits 41 women into its Parakram Unit

Delhi Police recruits 41 women into its Parakram Unit

Female cadets  will combat terror in Delhi   Ahead of the 70th Independence Day, the Delhi Police  has introduced a fleet of forty-one  young women...
Baba Ramdev

Delhi Court restrains publication of book on Baba Ramdev over defamation complaint

The order was passed ex-parte without hearing the publisher or the author, says the publisher Juggernaut Books A Delhi Court on Friday has restrained publication...
LITTLE KRISHNAS: Schoolchildren dressed-up as Lord Krishna and Sri Radha during Janmashtami celebrations at their school in Mirzapur, UNI

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The last kite fighters of India

The last kite fighters of India

The tri-coloured kites that fill the skies on Independence Day in Delhi, opposite the Red Fort from where the Prime Minister addresses the nation,...
RISING OF THE MOON: A partial lunar eclipse as viewed from between buildings in Malaga, southern Spain, Reuters/UNI

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India to launch two moon missions

India to launch two moon missions in early 2018

India is gearing up for launching two lunar missions in 2018. The missions will be launched by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and...
HELLO, GOODBYE: Incumbent president Ram Nath Kovind and outgoing president Pranab Mukherjee take a buggy ride after the guard of honour ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan, in New Delhi, PIB

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SHIVA’S LOYAL: A kanwaria shelters from the rain in front of a poster of Lord Shiva in New Delhi, Reuters/UNI

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DEUSTCHLAND DUTIES: German Chancellor Angela Merkel visits a German Olympics training ground where she observes gymnasts in Kienbaum, Germany, Reuters/UNI

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Delhi: Teen couple found dead in OYO room

Delhi: Teen couple found dead in OYO room

The boy was a resident of Dwarka Sector 16, while the girl was from Delhi’sRohini area In a case of suspected double suicide, a 17-year-old...
Illegal encroachments or unauthorised construction, whether it is a temple, mosque or church, cannot be allowed anywhere in the National Capital: Delhi HC.

Delhi High Court rules against unauthorised constructions in the National Capital

Only the old structures would be preserved and the new ones will have to be demolished, said Court The Delhi High Court on Monday took...
Noida Expressway accident: One dead as the Dzire tries to overtake Lamborghini

Noida Expressway accident: One dead as the Dzire tries to overtake Lamborghini

The victim, Arshad Ahmed, was a resident of Delhi's Mandawali area. He was taken to Jaypee Hospital in Sector 128 of Noida, where he...

First time in India; AAP Govt. launches Free Surgery scheme in Delhi

Delhi’s Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday announced a new health scheme to enable capital’s residents avail free surgery in private hospitals at government’s...
Ahmedabad and UNESCO Photo

UNESCO: Ahmedabad listed as India’s first World Heritage city

Out of 287 world heritage sites, only two are in Indian subcontinent Standing tall for over 600 years as a symbol of peace and...

Prime accused in Junaid lynching arrested in Maharashtra

Investigation to continue, says police The Faridabad police on Saturday arrested the prime accused in the Junaid lynching case from Maharashtra’s Dhule district. Police claims...

Mob attacks six men transporting buffaloes in Delhi

Six people were thrashed on Friday by unidentified men in Delhi’s Baba Haridas Nagar for allegedly transporting buffalo calves to a slaughter house. Later, the...
Bengaluru Metro service resumes after 7 hours

Bengaluru Metro service resumes after 7 hours

Six officials were arrested after they fought with and injured security personnel Thousands of commuters in Bengaluru were left stranded and inconvenienced after the Namma...
Lalu Prasad Yadav

CBI raids Lalu Yadav over corruption charges

CBI has also booked Bihar ex-Chief Minister Rabri Devi, and her son Tejashwi The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Friday searched multiple premises...
Delhi sees sharp rise in malaria, chikungunya cases

Delhi sees sharp rise in malaria, chikungunya cases

The latest malaria case numbers in the national capital show an increase of 125 cases this season while 153 cases of chikungunya have also...
22 states remove border checkposts

22 states remove border checkposts

They would scrutinize goods being carried and check for state tax compliance, resulting in long queues Within three days of the rollout of the Goods...
Kashmir separatist Shabir Shah to be arrested

Kashmir separatist Shabir Shah to be arrested

The ED had registered a criminal case under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) against Shabir Shah The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Saturday issued...
Air India

Cabinet gives nod to sale of Air India

Tata Charman N Chandrasekaran has held meeting with the Centre expressing interest in buying the airline The government has given in- principle approval for the...
Pre-monsoon rain brings down temperature in Delhi

Pre-monsoon rain brings down temperature in Delhi

Rains finally arrived in Delhi on Wednesday giving respite to Delhites from high temperature and humidity. The minimum temperature recorded was 28 degree Celsius while...
Trump and Modi developed close Chemistry

Trump and Modi developed close Chemistry

Trump salutes Modi and Indian people By Abu Turab The meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Donald Trump, which was earlier officially termed as an...
Shatabdi train

Rajdhani and Shatabdi trains to get a makeover; offer movies on board

Passengers will also be offered films, serials and music as an on-board entertainment package Indian Railways has undertaken a makeover exercise in 15 Rajdhani and...
Delh

Delhi Golf Club asks Meghalaya woman wearing traditional dress to leave for ‘looking like...

Lyngdoh was visiting the club with her employer Nivedita Barthakur when the incident occurred Delhi Golf Club officials allegedly asked a governess from Meghalaya to...

Top four places to go out in Delhi on Eid

Eid-ul-Fitr marks the end of the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramzan Eid is being celebrated on Monday after the holy month of Ramzan. Ramzan,...
Second international airport for Delhi at Jevar

Second international airport for Delhi at Jevar

The Centre has given clearance for setting up the second international airport for the national capital at Jevar in Greater Noida. The airport is expected...
Safdarjung hospital

The “dead” child comes to life just before burial

Family files complaint against hospital In yet another case of medical negligence, a declared "dead" newborn was found alive by the family members just...
Price of petrol and diesel revised daily

Prices of petrol and diesel to be revised from daily

The current prices of the petrol and diesel stand at Rs 65.48 and Rs 54.49 a litre in Delhi Starting today, the Petrol and Diesel...
Woman gang-raped in Gurgaon, 9-month-old daughter killed

Woman gang-raped in Gurgaon, 9-month-old daughter killed

The woman was going to her parent’s home after a quarrel with her husband A 23-year-old woman was gang-raped by three men in Gurugram’s Khandsa...
Manmohan Singh blames Modi on economic slowdown

Manmohan Singh blames Modi on economic slowdown

The ruling government has failed to create jobs, he said Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday said the Narendra Modi government had failed to...
UP Bus accident

Uttar Pradesh : 22 killed and 15 injured after bus collides with truck in...

Fire engines took more than 90 min to reach the spot New Delhi: Twenty two people died and fifteen injured after a bus in Uttar...
delhi-earthquake

Earthquake of 5.0 Richter rocks Delhi, Gurugram, Noida

The epicenter of the quake was in Rohtak, a district in Haryana New Delhi: A moderate intensity earthquake measuring 5.0 on Richter Scale hit Delhi,...
Petrol prices go up by Rs 1.23 per litre, diesel by Rs 89 paisa

Petrol prices go up by Rs 1.23 per litre, diesel by Rs 89 paisa

Petrol in Delhi will cost Rs. 66.91 per litre from today NEW DELHI: Petrol prices were hiked on Wednesday evening by a steep Rs 1.23 per...
Kapil Mishra

ACB searches 3 places in Delhi after Mishra’s allegations against Kejriwal

Mishra, who was suspended from Aam Aadmi Party for hurling allegations against Kejriwal, has accused of discrepancies in the purchase of medicines by Health...
Missing model Gaanam

Missing model Gaanam returns

Family filed a report at KK Nagar women's police station in Chennai Chennai model Gaanam Nair, who had been missing for four days, has returned...
DU’s certificate courses in foreign languages have many takers

DU’s certificate courses in foreign languages have many takers

These are over and above the programmes offered by the university’s language departments By Mrinal Verma Living in the global village of today, it is hard...
Sonia Gandhi hospitalised with food poisoning

Sonia Gandhi hospitalised with food poisoning

Gandhi has not been at events since she fell ill while attending a rally in Varanasi in August 2016. Congress chief Sonia Gandhi was admitted...
Delhi Metro

Delhi Metro fare hiked by 66%, new fares from Wednesday

The current minimum and maximum fares are Rs 8 and Rs 30, the corresponding new fares will be Rs 10 and Rs 50 The Delhi...
New petrol, diesel daily pricing mechanism comes into force

New petrol, diesel daily pricing mechanism comes into force

In Delhi, the price of petrol went up from Rs 68.07 per litre to Rs 68.08 while that of diesel from Rs 56.83 to...
MAKING THEIR POINT: They have posed as corpses, have sat with live rats and snakes held loosely between their teeth, showing what they have been forced to eat in order to survive. (Picture above) A roadside play in which a farmer in a Modi mask refuses pleas from poor farmers. Below is a video capture of the satire clicked by this photographer

Stand by me

Even as the UP government announces a loan waiver for its farmers, their ilk across India remains an exploited lot—facing drought, debts and other...
Why Can’t We Be Friends?

Why Can’t We Be Friends?

Trump has reached out to Modi, and the chemistry seems to be crackling between the two leaders, but for the Indian PM, nurturing the...
Ashen hands tell tales of overworked , underpaid, unaware workers.

Steel pickling units continue to run illegally in Wazirpur

More than 200 steel pickling units continue to operate with impunity in Wazirpur, Delhi, despite repeated closure notices by the National Green Tribunal. The Delhi...
Book Fair crosses demonetisation hurdle

Cinema’s Fading Charm

World Book Fair unaffected by demonetisation By Karan Kaushik Delhi is one city which is known for its love for reading and what could have been...

Horrific Fire Accident in Delhi’s Sadar Bazaar

Fire accident in a woolen factory of Delhi's Sadar bazar. The Fire control department was informed immediately but due to narrow roads in Sadar...
Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal’s interview with BBC News

Arvind Kejriwal directly pointed BBC News when they said that how the death of 55 people is related to demonetisation directly because as per...

2 students killed their teacher in Delhi

2 students killed their teacher in Nangloi area of Delhi as teacher expelled them because of less no. of students.
Delhi shoppers react to tobacco ban in Delhi

Delhi shoppers react to tobacco ban in Delhi

Delhi shoppers react to the ban on all tobacco products in the National Capital.
Madarsa students beaten up for not saying 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai'

Madarsa students beaten up for not saying ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’

Few students from a madarsa in Delhi were beaten up by few men, as these students refused to say 'Bharat Mata ki Jai'.
Manish Sisodia

Centre meting out step motherly treatment to Delhi: Manish Sisodia

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister today said that the state government needs at least Rs 2000 crore but has bare minimum hope from the Centre...
WatchVideo: Arvind Kejriwal pats himself on back for abolishing management quota in private schools

WatchVideo: Arvind Kejriwal pats himself on back for abolishing management quota in private schools

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal seemingly blew his trumpet while interacting with parents on nursery admissions, saying that his government has ensured that admissions will...

'Delhi' - 165 News Results

Mudda-12-13-2017

A Swachh Rajniti Abhiyan under way: BJP

Party claims credit for special courts move as Mudda participants hope that these will be effective in convicting 1,581 tainted MPs and MLAs and...
AIRPOLLUTION

Air pollution can impair brain development in babies, warns UNICEF report

A UNICEF report released on Wednesday, Dec 6 – a day after the first International Smog Day – says babies in South Asia face...
A-Raja

2G spectrum scam case trial: Delhi court to decide A Raja, Kanimozhi’s fate on...

CAG report in 2010 had estimated that 2G spectrum allocation during A Raja’s term as Union telecom minister had cost the exchequer Rs 1.76...
pollution

Delhi air quality dips as pollution spikes; NGT raps Delhi govt

As the city went under haze and air pollution disrupted the India-Sri Lanka cricket test, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Monday slammed the...
AAP celebrates 5 years, attacks BJP on Sunday, gets IT notice on Monday

AAP celebrates 5 years, attacks BJP on Sunday, gets IT notice on Monday

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) was served a Rs 30.64 crore notice by the Income Tax department on Monday. On Sunday, Aam Aadmi Party celebrated five...
Child traffickers mistakenly call Delhi police to sell minor girl, arrested

Child traffickers mistakenly call Delhi police to sell minor girl, arrested

The two child traffickers, residents of Bihar, had called the GB Road police station thinking the number belonged to a brothel owner In an unusually...
Rape

Delhi school shocker: 4-year-old sexually assaults classmate

Incident took place last Friday when the 4-year-old allegedly unbuttoned his classmate’s pants, touched her private parts and inserted a sharpened pencil in it In...
AIIMS Surgery

AIIMS doc takes out ice pick from lung of man stabbed through the back

In a rare surgical achievement, a doctor at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) managed to safely take out an ice pick that...
rain-delhi-pollution

Air quality in Delhi-NCR improves a little after rain

Mahesh Palwat, Director of Skymet, a private weather forecast agency says the rains always have a washout effect on particulate matter Rains on Friday night...
Delhi-Pollution

Amid better air-quality, EPCA eases emergency measures for pollution control in Delhi-NCR

After dense smog blanketed the nation capital region and Delhi, EPCA imposed the emergency measures on November 8. Citing the improving condition of air quality...
Rain-Water-Harvesting

NGT orders Delhi schools, colleges to install rainwater harvesting systems in 2 months

In a major boost to the idea of groundwater conservation in New Delhi, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Thursday, November 16, ordered all...
WET TRANSPORT: A man rows his boat filled with straw on the waters of Nageen Lake on a cold morning in Srinagar, Reuters/UNI

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India-Air-Pollution

Delhi smog: AAP government plea to NGT seeking modification in odd-even scheme order

In a plea filed to the NGT, the AAP government sought changes in the tribunal’s previous directions on the odd-even scheme implementation. Amid deteriorating weather...
Mudda 2017-11-13

“Curbing air pollution does not fetch votes”

AAP government at receiving end, panellists feel that parties should rise above petty politics and take proactive measures to curb the menace New Delhi’s air...
India-Air-Pollution

Delhi air pollution: Tussle over odd-even exemptions take a toll on Delhi’s environment

Delhi government cited socio- economic reasons for abstaining from its earlier decision The Delhi Government's dilemma - over whether the odd-even scheme should be...
Odd-Even Traffic Scheme in Delhi from Nov 13-17, No Exemptions

On-off Odd-Even: Delhi Govt calls off odd-even traffic scheme, says will move NGT for...

The Delhi govt wants women drivers to be exempted, citing safety concerns After getting a go-ahead for the odd-even traffic scheme from National Green Tribunal...
4 JNU students fined for cooking, eating biryani near administration block

4 JNU students fined for cooking, eating biryani near administration block

Proctoral inquiry report says the students were “found guilty” of cooking biryani near Administrative Building and eating it, conduct “unbecoming” of a JNU student There...
“It’s a public health emergency, do not politicise it”

“It’s a public health emergency, do not politicise it”

Mudda talking heads hunt for solution to Delhi air pollution crisis, puts it down to policy failure and call for greater use of public...

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Anti-Pollution Measures Get More Stringent To Tackle Situation Reaching Emergency Levels

Pollution level in Delhi region set alarm bells ringing and measures were set in motion to meet what has become a health hazard and...
INHERITANCE OF LOSS: A Rohingya refugee girl is weighed at the emergency nutrition treatment centre in Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, Reuters/UNI

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ALL IN A ROW: King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium being received by President Ramnath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a ceremonial reception at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi, UNI

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DETRACTORS AROUND THE WORLD: Protesters take part in an anti-Trump rally in front of US embassy in central Seoul, South Korea, Reuters/UNI

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If Freelance Muslim Spokesmen Do Not Shut Up, Its Advantage BJP

By- Saeed Naqvi It is one of the great ironies of our times that Muslims are a problem for all political parties, except the BJP....
Jet Airways

Aviation minister directs airlines to put Jet Airways ‘hijack hoax’ creator on No Fly...

Mumbai- Delhi Jet Airways flight was diverted to Ahmedabad after an air hostess found a note in the plane’s lavatory saying the plane was...
WELCOME TO THE SHOW: Toyota Motor president Akio Toyoda (R) and Honda Motor Chief Executive Officer Takahiro Hachigo (L) attend the opening ceremony of the 45th Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo, Japan, Reuters/UNI

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Delhi Air Pollution

Bhiwadi had highest air pollution on Diwali, not Delhi: CPCB

Data released by the CPCB shows Kolkata and Agra as the second and third most polluted cities in the country respectively on Diwali night In...
Man killed his co worker

Man arrested in Delhi for killing co-worker, hiding body inside fridge

The victim and the accused were working at the same restaurant, victim went missing on October 9, body recovered on October 15. The Delhi Police...
Post-Diwali-pollution

Residents Crack the fireworks ban, post Diwali air quality worsens in Delhi-NCR

Delhi woke up to a hazy Friday after Diwali celebrations with the air pollution in “severe” category, partly because ban on sale of crackers...
Delhi Air Pollution

Pollution punch: Diesel generators banned in Delhi, four-fold hike likely in parking charges

Environment Pollution Prevention and Control Authority advises Delhiites to wear masks, wherever possible Diesel generators have been banned, the Badarpur power plant has been shut...
Narendra Modi

55 % Indians support autocracy, 85 % trust Modi govt: Pew study

Pew research also says that while 27 per cent Indians want a strong leader, 46 per cent trust the government will do what is...
India high speed train

Doklam effect: Chennai-Bangaluru-Mysore high speed train project in limbo

Chinese not responding to Indian communication for six months The recent Doklam stand-off between India and China has virtually caused delay in the implementation of...
TIME FOR TRUMPCARE: US President Donald Trump smiles after signing an Executive Order to make it easier for Americans to buy bare-bone health insurance plans and circumvent Obamacare rules at the White House in Washington, US, Reuters/UNI

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21-year-old Delhi man duped Amazon by seeking refunds for 166 mobiles, earns nearly Rs...

Accused ordered phones on Amazon, complained that he received an empty box and seek refund. He would then sell the phone on OLX or...
firecracker ban

SC firecracker ban: How it will impact Delhi air, traders this Diwali

Doctors and environmentalists have welcomed  the Supreme Court's decision and hoped it would ensure a relatively cleaner Diwali this year but leave traders in...
BLAST OFF: An H-2A rocket carrying Japan's fourth and final quasi-zenith satellite, the Michibiki No. 4, lifts off from the Tanegashima Space Center in Kagoshima Prefecture, southwestern Japan, Kyodo/Reuters/UNI

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Delhi Metro

Delhi Metro hikes fares, political parties spar while commuters suffer

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to launch Metro Fare Satyagraha from Wednesday, Congress launches Save Metro campaign, ABVP protests against hike After a month of confrontations between...
FIFA-U-17-India USA

India hammered by US in debut U-17 World Cup match

US captain Josh Sargent and Chris Goslin steal show as hosts crumble This is the beginning every host fears, being hammered in the opening match....
NOTHING BY CHANCE: The US Navy Blue Angels flight demonstration squadron and Team Oracle aerobatics pilot, Sean Tucker, fly over San Francisco Bay during a photo flight ahead of Fleet Week in San Francisco, California, US, Reuters/UNI

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Mohan Bhagwat

Narrow shave for RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat in accident on Yamuna Expressway

The RSS chief was on his way to Vrindavan from New Delhi when his car collided with another vehicle in his motorcade, no one...
DIE DEMONS DIE: Smoke rises at the positions of the Islamic State militants after an air strike by the coalition forces near the stadium in Raqqa, Syria, Reuters/UNI

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Radhe Ma

Delhi police orders probe as photo of Radhe Maa seated on police officer’s chair...

Sanjay Sharma, station house officer of Vivek Vihar police station and five other policemen transferred to district lines Paying obeisance to and prostrating before controversial...
Stubble

Delhi air quality to deteriorate further in next three days

The cause of degradation of air is being linked to current harvesting season underway in Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh plus change in...
Excise cut on fuel

Centre buckles under criticism of rising fuel prices, cuts excise duty on petrol, diesel...

Excise reduced from Rs 21.48 per litre to Rs 19.48 on petrol, while excise duty on diesel down to Rs 15.33 from Rs 17.33...
Stubble burning

Punjab to combat stubble burning with red entry in land records, farmers not happy

As paddy sowing season begins, farmers say government should compensate them for adopting eco-friendly ways of disposing crop residue or face protests With the paddy-sowing...
Sexual violence illustration

28-year-old Delhi resident claims she was gang-raped by 23 men, 6 arrested

The woman, who originally hails from Kerala, had bought a plot of land near Bikaner and had gone to inspect it when the incident...
FLATTENED: A car is surrounded by the mangled remains of a recycling and waste management centre that was destroyed by Hurricane Maria in St Croix, US Virgin Islands, Reuters/UNI

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Now self-styled godman Mahant Pratibhanand arrested for BSP leader’s murder

Now self-styled godman Mahant Pratibhanand arrested for BSP leader’s murder

Pratibhanand, who carried a bounty of Rs 1 lakh, was on the run since BSP leader Deepak Bhardwaj’s murder in 2013 These are bad times...

30-minute sunbath a week can make infants Vitamin-D sufficient: Study

-By Bhavya Khullar Exposing 40 per cent of baby’s body to the sun for 30 mins a week will make infant Vitamin-D sufficient within 6...
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After Shaktipunj Exp, engine and wagon of Ranchi Rajdhani derail in Delhi

After Shaktipunj Exp, engine and wagon of Ranchi Rajdhani derail in Delhi

The Delhi bound Ranchi Rajdhani Express was changing tracks near the Shivaji Bridge station when its engine and generator wagon went off track, no...
VIRGINS ARE REVERRED: Young girls dressed as the Living Goddess participate in the Kumari Puja festival in Kathmandu, Nepal, Reuters/UNI

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CIA might have accessed Aadhaar data, claims WikiLeaks

Data is encrypted and not accessible, says government In its latest exposé, WikiLeaks has claimed that a US-based company providing devices to record biometric...
Bahubali Returns

Ganesha enters North India’s festival calendar

The artisans’ colony at the crossing of National Highway 24 and NOIDA Road in east Delhi is super-busy these days. Youth, women and tiny...
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal wriggles out of defamation case

Bhadana had sought Rs 1 crore as damage under civil defamation suit, claiming that CM Kejriwal has tarnished his image by branding him as...
Molestation

SI suspended for not registering case, forcing molestation victim to write apology

In a case of molestation and assault of seven students, including a girl, at Asola Wildlife Sanctuary, the sub-inspector of Surajkund police station in...
COME ON: Palestinian protesters run in front of Israeli troops during clashes in the West Bank village of Kofr Qadom near Nablus, Reuters/UNI

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NIA Businessman Zahoor Watali

Terror Funding Case: Businessman Zahoor Watali arrested in Srinagar as investigation continues

Watali played a key role in the routing of funds to the separatists in Kashmir The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Thursday arrested Kashmiri businessman...
PROUD COLOURS: A military band marches towards the Presidential Palace from the National Monument during Independence Day celebrations in Jakarta, Indonesia, reuters/UNI

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New Delhi: 20-Year-Old Girl Raped, Thrown Off From Fourth Floor

New Delhi: 20-Year-Old Girl Raped, Thrown Off From Fourth Floor

Victim in coma after major head injuries In continuing crimes against women in the capital, a 20-year-old girl was allegedly raped and then thrown...
Delhi Police recruits 41 women into its Parakram Unit

Delhi Police recruits 41 women into its Parakram Unit

Female cadets  will combat terror in Delhi   Ahead of the 70th Independence Day, the Delhi Police  has introduced a fleet of forty-one  young women...
Baba Ramdev

Delhi Court restrains publication of book on Baba Ramdev over defamation complaint

The order was passed ex-parte without hearing the publisher or the author, says the publisher Juggernaut Books A Delhi Court on Friday has restrained publication...
LITTLE KRISHNAS: Schoolchildren dressed-up as Lord Krishna and Sri Radha during Janmashtami celebrations at their school in Mirzapur, UNI

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The last kite fighters of India

The last kite fighters of India

The tri-coloured kites that fill the skies on Independence Day in Delhi, opposite the Red Fort from where the Prime Minister addresses the nation,...
RISING OF THE MOON: A partial lunar eclipse as viewed from between buildings in Malaga, southern Spain, Reuters/UNI

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India to launch two moon missions

India to launch two moon missions in early 2018

India is gearing up for launching two lunar missions in 2018. The missions will be launched by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and...
HELLO, GOODBYE: Incumbent president Ram Nath Kovind and outgoing president Pranab Mukherjee take a buggy ride after the guard of honour ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan, in New Delhi, PIB

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SHIVA’S LOYAL: A kanwaria shelters from the rain in front of a poster of Lord Shiva in New Delhi, Reuters/UNI

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DEUSTCHLAND DUTIES: German Chancellor Angela Merkel visits a German Olympics training ground where she observes gymnasts in Kienbaum, Germany, Reuters/UNI

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Delhi: Teen couple found dead in OYO room

Delhi: Teen couple found dead in OYO room

The boy was a resident of Dwarka Sector 16, while the girl was from Delhi’sRohini area In a case of suspected double suicide, a 17-year-old...
Illegal encroachments or unauthorised construction, whether it is a temple, mosque or church, cannot be allowed anywhere in the National Capital: Delhi HC.

Delhi High Court rules against unauthorised constructions in the National Capital

Only the old structures would be preserved and the new ones will have to be demolished, said Court The Delhi High Court on Monday took...
Noida Expressway accident: One dead as the Dzire tries to overtake Lamborghini

Noida Expressway accident: One dead as the Dzire tries to overtake Lamborghini

The victim, Arshad Ahmed, was a resident of Delhi's Mandawali area. He was taken to Jaypee Hospital in Sector 128 of Noida, where he...

First time in India; AAP Govt. launches Free Surgery scheme in Delhi

Delhi’s Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday announced a new health scheme to enable capital’s residents avail free surgery in private hospitals at government’s...
Ahmedabad and UNESCO Photo

UNESCO: Ahmedabad listed as India’s first World Heritage city

Out of 287 world heritage sites, only two are in Indian subcontinent Standing tall for over 600 years as a symbol of peace and...

Prime accused in Junaid lynching arrested in Maharashtra

Investigation to continue, says police The Faridabad police on Saturday arrested the prime accused in the Junaid lynching case from Maharashtra’s Dhule district. Police claims...

Mob attacks six men transporting buffaloes in Delhi

Six people were thrashed on Friday by unidentified men in Delhi’s Baba Haridas Nagar for allegedly transporting buffalo calves to a slaughter house. Later, the...
Bengaluru Metro service resumes after 7 hours

Bengaluru Metro service resumes after 7 hours

Six officials were arrested after they fought with and injured security personnel Thousands of commuters in Bengaluru were left stranded and inconvenienced after the Namma...
Lalu Prasad Yadav

CBI raids Lalu Yadav over corruption charges

CBI has also booked Bihar ex-Chief Minister Rabri Devi, and her son Tejashwi The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Friday searched multiple premises...
Delhi sees sharp rise in malaria, chikungunya cases

Delhi sees sharp rise in malaria, chikungunya cases

The latest malaria case numbers in the national capital show an increase of 125 cases this season while 153 cases of chikungunya have also...
22 states remove border checkposts

22 states remove border checkposts

They would scrutinize goods being carried and check for state tax compliance, resulting in long queues Within three days of the rollout of the Goods...
Kashmir separatist Shabir Shah to be arrested

Kashmir separatist Shabir Shah to be arrested

The ED had registered a criminal case under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) against Shabir Shah The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Saturday issued...
Air India

Cabinet gives nod to sale of Air India

Tata Charman N Chandrasekaran has held meeting with the Centre expressing interest in buying the airline The government has given in- principle approval for the...
Pre-monsoon rain brings down temperature in Delhi

Pre-monsoon rain brings down temperature in Delhi

Rains finally arrived in Delhi on Wednesday giving respite to Delhites from high temperature and humidity. The minimum temperature recorded was 28 degree Celsius while...
Trump and Modi developed close Chemistry

Trump and Modi developed close Chemistry

Trump salutes Modi and Indian people By Abu Turab The meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Donald Trump, which was earlier officially termed as an...
Shatabdi train

Rajdhani and Shatabdi trains to get a makeover; offer movies on board

Passengers will also be offered films, serials and music as an on-board entertainment package Indian Railways has undertaken a makeover exercise in 15 Rajdhani and...
Delh

Delhi Golf Club asks Meghalaya woman wearing traditional dress to leave for ‘looking like...

Lyngdoh was visiting the club with her employer Nivedita Barthakur when the incident occurred Delhi Golf Club officials allegedly asked a governess from Meghalaya to...

Top four places to go out in Delhi on Eid

Eid-ul-Fitr marks the end of the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramzan Eid is being celebrated on Monday after the holy month of Ramzan. Ramzan,...
Second international airport for Delhi at Jevar

Second international airport for Delhi at Jevar

The Centre has given clearance for setting up the second international airport for the national capital at Jevar in Greater Noida. The airport is expected...
Safdarjung hospital

The “dead” child comes to life just before burial

Family files complaint against hospital In yet another case of medical negligence, a declared "dead" newborn was found alive by the family members just...
Price of petrol and diesel revised daily

Prices of petrol and diesel to be revised from daily

The current prices of the petrol and diesel stand at Rs 65.48 and Rs 54.49 a litre in Delhi Starting today, the Petrol and Diesel...
Woman gang-raped in Gurgaon, 9-month-old daughter killed

Woman gang-raped in Gurgaon, 9-month-old daughter killed

The woman was going to her parent’s home after a quarrel with her husband A 23-year-old woman was gang-raped by three men in Gurugram’s Khandsa...
Manmohan Singh blames Modi on economic slowdown

Manmohan Singh blames Modi on economic slowdown

The ruling government has failed to create jobs, he said Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday said the Narendra Modi government had failed to...
UP Bus accident

Uttar Pradesh : 22 killed and 15 injured after bus collides with truck in...

Fire engines took more than 90 min to reach the spot New Delhi: Twenty two people died and fifteen injured after a bus in Uttar...
delhi-earthquake

Earthquake of 5.0 Richter rocks Delhi, Gurugram, Noida

The epicenter of the quake was in Rohtak, a district in Haryana New Delhi: A moderate intensity earthquake measuring 5.0 on Richter Scale hit Delhi,...
Petrol prices go up by Rs 1.23 per litre, diesel by Rs 89 paisa

Petrol prices go up by Rs 1.23 per litre, diesel by Rs 89 paisa

Petrol in Delhi will cost Rs. 66.91 per litre from today NEW DELHI: Petrol prices were hiked on Wednesday evening by a steep Rs 1.23 per...
Kapil Mishra

ACB searches 3 places in Delhi after Mishra’s allegations against Kejriwal

Mishra, who was suspended from Aam Aadmi Party for hurling allegations against Kejriwal, has accused of discrepancies in the purchase of medicines by Health...
Missing model Gaanam

Missing model Gaanam returns

Family filed a report at KK Nagar women's police station in Chennai Chennai model Gaanam Nair, who had been missing for four days, has returned...
DU’s certificate courses in foreign languages have many takers

DU’s certificate courses in foreign languages have many takers

These are over and above the programmes offered by the university’s language departments By Mrinal Verma Living in the global village of today, it is hard...
Sonia Gandhi hospitalised with food poisoning

Sonia Gandhi hospitalised with food poisoning

Gandhi has not been at events since she fell ill while attending a rally in Varanasi in August 2016. Congress chief Sonia Gandhi was admitted...
Delhi Metro

Delhi Metro fare hiked by 66%, new fares from Wednesday

The current minimum and maximum fares are Rs 8 and Rs 30, the corresponding new fares will be Rs 10 and Rs 50 The Delhi...
New petrol, diesel daily pricing mechanism comes into force

New petrol, diesel daily pricing mechanism comes into force

In Delhi, the price of petrol went up from Rs 68.07 per litre to Rs 68.08 while that of diesel from Rs 56.83 to...
MAKING THEIR POINT: They have posed as corpses, have sat with live rats and snakes held loosely between their teeth, showing what they have been forced to eat in order to survive. (Picture above) A roadside play in which a farmer in a Modi mask refuses pleas from poor farmers. Below is a video capture of the satire clicked by this photographer

Stand by me

Even as the UP government announces a loan waiver for its farmers, their ilk across India remains an exploited lot—facing drought, debts and other...
Why Can’t We Be Friends?

Why Can’t We Be Friends?

Trump has reached out to Modi, and the chemistry seems to be crackling between the two leaders, but for the Indian PM, nurturing the...
Ashen hands tell tales of overworked , underpaid, unaware workers.

Steel pickling units continue to run illegally in Wazirpur

More than 200 steel pickling units continue to operate with impunity in Wazirpur, Delhi, despite repeated closure notices by the National Green Tribunal. The Delhi...
Book Fair crosses demonetisation hurdle

Cinema’s Fading Charm

World Book Fair unaffected by demonetisation By Karan Kaushik Delhi is one city which is known for its love for reading and what could have been...

Horrific Fire Accident in Delhi’s Sadar Bazaar

Fire accident in a woolen factory of Delhi's Sadar bazar. The Fire control department was informed immediately but due to narrow roads in Sadar...
Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal’s interview with BBC News

Arvind Kejriwal directly pointed BBC News when they said that how the death of 55 people is related to demonetisation directly because as per...

2 students killed their teacher in Delhi

2 students killed their teacher in Nangloi area of Delhi as teacher expelled them because of less no. of students.
Delhi shoppers react to tobacco ban in Delhi

Delhi shoppers react to tobacco ban in Delhi

Delhi shoppers react to the ban on all tobacco products in the National Capital.
Madarsa students beaten up for not saying 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai'

Madarsa students beaten up for not saying ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’

Few students from a madarsa in Delhi were beaten up by few men, as these students refused to say 'Bharat Mata ki Jai'.
Manish Sisodia

Centre meting out step motherly treatment to Delhi: Manish Sisodia

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister today said that the state government needs at least Rs 2000 crore but has bare minimum hope from the Centre...
WatchVideo: Arvind Kejriwal pats himself on back for abolishing management quota in private schools

WatchVideo: Arvind Kejriwal pats himself on back for abolishing management quota in private schools

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal seemingly blew his trumpet while interacting with parents on nursery admissions, saying that his government has ensured that admissions will...

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