Rapid Action Force personnel in Bhogal on Tuesday. - PHOTO: SUSHIL KUMAR VERMA
Rapid Action Force personnel in Bhogal on Tuesday. - PHOTO: SUSHIL KUMAR VERMA

Outrage in Bhogal over assault

It is alleged that the three men had set upon 60-year-old Ranjeet Singh on Monday evening as he had turned a witness in a robbery case against the attackers. »

Equipment worth Rs.67 lakh lies unused, condemned at AIIMS

The case was forwarded to the CBI in May, following a probe into the complaint by the administration »
Pawan Kumar Bansal

Fresh summons to former Railway Minister

A Delhi court on Tuesday issued fresh summons to former Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal for recording his evidence as prosecution witness in the Rs.10-crore cash-for-job Railway bribery case o... »
Peng Liyuan

Chinese President’s wife to visit Tagore International School

She will also address in Mandarin the teachers and students »
AAP convenor Arvind Kejriwal along with his party colleagues met Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari in New Delhi on Tuesday in connection with the e-rickshaw issue. — PHOTO: S. SUBRAMANIUM

AAP meets Gadkari on e-rickshaw issue

Mr. Gadkari told the AAP delegation that the draft notification was available on the Ministry's website and the final notification would come in another 10 days »
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NEW DELHI, September 17, 2014

‘Aalishan Pakistan’ expo evokes mixed response

The second edition of lifestyle expo “Aalishan Pakistan” at Pragati Maidan that concluded on Sunday evoked mixed reactions from the exhibitors. While some termed it a disappointment in terms of sal... »
BJP’s Vimla Batham celebrates her win in the Assembly by-election at Noida. PHOTO: ANKIT PANDEY
NOIDA, September 17, 2014

BJP wins Noida Assembly seat

Bharatiya Janata Party candidate Vimla Batham was elected from Noida in the September 13 Assembly by-poll, the results of which were announced here on Tuesday. She polled more than double her near... »
NEW DELHI, September 17, 2014

Agenda for DDA board meeting to be given a week in advance

With rampant complaints of delayed circulation of agenda for its Board meetings, the vice-chairman of Delhi Development Authority (DDA) on Tuesday said agendas will now be circulated a week in ad... »
NEW DELHI, September 17, 2014

NHRC notice on drowning of boy at Metro construction site

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has taken suo motu cognisance of reports about the death of a teenage boy who drowned in a water pit near a Metro construction site at Karkardooma in Ea... »
Security personnel stationed in Bhogal on Tuesday. Photo: Sushil Kumar Verma
NEW DELHI, September 17, 2014

Victim, attackers had robbed a house

Autorickshaw driver Ranjeet Singh, who was attacked by three men on Mathura Road on Monday, is an accused in two robbery cases, including one carried out at the house of former Jangpura MLA Tarwin... »
A large number of e-rickshaws queued in New Delhi. File photo: Shiv Kumar Pushpakar
New Delhi, September 16, 2014

E—rickshaws to carry 4 passengers at a time, say draft rules

A mandatory driving licence and a maximum speed limit of 25 km per hour are among the conditions that the central government will impose for allowing plying of e-rickshaws, which had been banned b... »
NEW DELHI, September 16, 2014

Railways resume partial service in Kashmir Valley

Though large parts of the Kashmir Valley are still inundated, the Railways have been able to partially restore services there. Northern Railway officials said the Railways was able to comme... »
NEW DELHI, September 16, 2014

Undertrial found hanging in Tihar Jail

A 38-year-old undertrial prisoner was found hanging in Tihar Jail on Sunday. The jail authorities suspect suicide, but Mohammed Shirajuddin’s family has alleged foul play claiming there wer... »
New Delhi, September 16, 2014

Allama Iqbal is misunderstood in India, says Hamid Ansari

“India highly misunderstood Iqbal and his philosophy,” said Vice-President Hamid Ansari while launching a book on the noted poet Allama Iqbal at his residence on Monday.‘Philosopher, patrio... »
NEW DELHI, September 16, 2014

CRPF personnel to undergo gender sensitisation training

Soon, personnel from the Central Reserve Police Force, the largest paramilitary force in the world, will undergo training in gender sensitisation, women exploitation and abuse in conflict areas. »

SDMC officers’ WhatsApp group helps in cleanliness campaign

DDA restructuring creates lay-off fear

Delhi Metro’s Heritage Line to popularise local historical legacy

Delhi municipal officials told to use Hindi this week

AAP announces launch of youth wing

The man who helped chart the Delhi Metro route

Differently-abled man harassed by Haryana power discom

AISA wins against all odds

NEW DELHI, September 17, 2014

Signature Bridge on Yamuna trips on rocky surface

The much-delayed Signature Bridge on the Yamuna is set to get further delayed as construction has been stalled due to the rocky surface beneath the river. With piling of foundation “unexpectedly h... »
NEW DELHI, September 17, 2014

DDA to design layout plan for green buildings

Delhi Lieutenant-Governor Najeeb Jung on Tuesday directed the Delhi Development Authority to chart the draft regulations and layout plan for green buildings as proposed in the Master Plan, 2021. V... »
NEW DELHI, September 17, 2014

Delhi civic bodies reach out to J&K flood victims

Jammu and Kashmir will soon be receiving help from Delhi’s municipal corporations, which announced on Tuesday that they will contribute to the Prime Minister’s relief fund as well as send equipment... »
NEW DELHI, September 17, 2014

DUTA set to take on DU administration again

Stating that the university administration was guilty of resorting to the worst form of vindictive behaviour after they had successfully agitated for the roll-back of the four-year undergraduate p... »
NEW DELHI, September 17, 2014

Woman, six-month-old daughter found hanging in Delhi

A 24-year-old woman and her six-month-old daughter were found hanging from the same noose at their residence in Dwarka on Monday. The victims’ family told the police that it was a case of m... »
Former Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal, a prosecution witness in the railway bribery case, on Tuesday failed to appear in court due to “ill health”. File photo
New Delhi, September 16, 2014
Railway bribery case

Bansal fails to depose in railway bribery case, issued fresh summons

Former Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal, a prosecution witness in the railway bribery case, on Tuesday failed to appear in court due to “ill health”. The court directed him to appear before it... »
NEW DELHI, September 16, 2014

Court seeks information on teachers’ post fixation in Delhi

The Delhi Government’s Directorate of Education has failed to publish norms for teachers’ post fixation in government-aided schools in the Capital since 2009-10. It also does not possess the data... »
NEW DELHI, September 16, 2014

Juvenile kills inebriated father in Delhi

A juvenile allegedly stabbed his father to death at their flat in Outer Delhi’s Rohini late on Sunday night. He was reportedly upset with his father because he used to ill-treat his mother. ... »
NEW DELHI, September 16, 2014

No toll for Gurgaon vehicles at Kherki Daula

Owners of commercial vehicles registered in Gurgaon have been exempted from paying toll at the Kherki Daula plaza on National Highway-8 from Monday. The company managing the toll complex wi... »
Visitors at the ‘Spirit of Delhi’ exhibition at the Rabindra Bhawan in New Delhi on Monday. PHOTO: SUSHIL KUMAR VERMA
NEW DELHI, September 16, 2014

The changing landscape of Delhi

Every family has an album of sepia-toned photographs. These memory-laden pictures are usually tucked away safely in a corner. They tell stories about the past and give youngsters a glimpse into... »

Politicians bat for former AIIMS CVO

No ghost employees: DDA vice-chairman

Sacked Congress NDMC members move HC

Delhi women run for breast cancer

Delhi Metro a big hit among youth

Celebrating Navratra in a different way

Manipuri youths attacked in Munirka

Husna Rahaman has recently come up with Spice Sorcery, yet another cookbook of her community but written in an engaging personalised storybook format.

Family and food

Husna Rahaman talks about the cuisine of her community, the Kutchi Memons, based on which she has recently rolled out the cookbook “Spice Sorcery” »
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