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Delhi’s poor air quality forced the US Embassy in the city to purchase air purifiers.

US Embassy bought air purifiers ahead of Obama visit

Delhi’s poor air quality forced the US Embassy in the city to purchase air purifiers ahead of the US President Barack Obama’s visit earlier this week. The air purifiers were installed in the Embass... »
Union Ministers Nirmala Sitharaman and Rajiv Pratap Rudy at a press conference in New Delhi on Thursday.— Photo: R.V. Moorthy

BJP’s five questions for Kejriwal

Over the next week, the party will put forth 35 questions to the AaP chief »

A numbers game

The Congress party is fielding five women candidates, one less than lastpolls, whereas the Aam Aadmi Party has six candidates this time too »

Seelampur lacks basic amenities

A walk through Seelampur’s streets, where piles of garbage dot nearly each corner, is sufficient to see that the Muslim-dominated Assembly constituency in North-East Delhi lacks in basic amenities. »

MCI warns Hindu Rao Hospital over lack of teaching facilities

May not allow admissions for third MBBS batch »
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January 31, 2015

BJP yet to submit expenditure details

The Bharatiya Janata Party is yet to submit its election expenditure statement for the last Assembly elections to the Election Commission of India, the Association for Democratic Reform said in a r... »
January 31, 2015

Equal rights for all: Adityanath

Criticising the “politics of appeasement”, BJP MP Yogi Adityanath on Friday said his vision for inclusive growth means equal rights for the majority Hindu community as well as for the minorities.»
January 31, 2015

Aam AAP candidates get richer

The average Aam Aadmi Party candidate’s assets have doubled since the 2013 elections, while the Congress candidate has become poorer since then.According to the Association for Democratic Re... »
NEW DELHI, January 31, 2015

AAP woos Purvanchal voters

Former Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal feels that by fielding 11 candidates belonging to Purvanchal for the Assembly polls, his Aam Aadmi Party has tried to give a proportionate political repr... »
New Delhi, January 31, 2015

Awareness campaign on metro, buses

In order to encourage people to vote during the February 7 polls here, the Election Commission will carry out an awareness campaign targeting commuters at Delhi Metro stations and Delhi Transport C... »
Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley with BJP candidate from Moti Nagar Vidhan Sabha seat Subhash Sachdeva in New Delhi on Friday.— Photo: Sushil Kumar Verma
NEW DELHI, January 31, 2015

‘BJP has ended dynasty politics’

Launching an attack on the Congress, Union Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said the times of dynasty politics have gone and now is the time for merit-based politics.“The Bharatiya Janata Par... »
Professor Yashpal
New Delhi, January 31, 2015

Book for Class XII CBSE students

Formula One , a book brought out by The Hindu , a space marketing initiative with SRM University, was on Friday unveiled by Professo... »
New Delhi, January 31, 2015

‘You can put up CCTVs for VIPs, why not Delhiites?’

The High Court on Friday came down heavily on the government and the Delhi Police asking why they had not installed CCTVs to beef up security of women in the Capital, but had done so only for a vis... »
January 30, 2015

BJP nervous about polls, says AAP

Responding to questions posed to convenor Arvind Kejriwal, the Aam Aadmi Party said it was not going to fall for the Bharatiya Janata Party’s trap.The questions pertain to the AAP accepting... »
Gheesa Ram—Photo: V. Sudershan
January 30, 2015

For elderly voters, individual performance, loyalty matter

Political parties might be busy wooing the youth during the elections, but some of the eldest voters in the city are equally eager to exercise their franchise. And their reasons to choose a particu... »

Cong. rebel who hosted party website joins AAP

Lukewarm response to Bedi in Trilokpuri

AAP promises to rein in private schools

Guards, Sikh regiments march to glory

Notice to Haryana govt. on law officers’ appointment

Bagpipes, dandiya captivate audience at Beating Retreat

Modi govt. has failed to check corruption: Anna Hazare

Delhi not even ‘Asia-class’ in cleanliness: HC

January 31, 2015

Plays promote ethical voting

Residents of Trilokpuri, which saw communal riots in October 2014, were treated to plays and puppet shows by the local election office on Friday.District Election Officer Kunal said the acti... »
January 31, 2015

No backdoor entry to AAP: Irani

In an attack on the AAP, Union Minister Smriti Irani on Saturday asked the people of Delhi not to let the party, which has “now itself become a problem” make a “backdoor entry” in the elections.»
NEW DELHI, January 31, 2015

Left parties to support each other in 14 seats

The Left parties announced on Friday that the CPI, CPI (M), CPI ML (Liberation), SUCI (C), Forward Bloc, RSP and Socialist Party (India) have come to a seat-sharing arrangement, and will be extendi... »
NEW DELHI, January 31, 2015

Delhi Peace Party merges with AAP

The Delhi State unit of the Peace Party of India announced its merger with the AAP on Friday.Pledging their support for AAP candidates in East and North-East Delhi, nearly 300 workers joined... »
NEW DELHI, January 31, 2015

SAHMAT remembers Gandhiji

The 67{+t}{+h}anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi’s assassination was commemorated with a “secular cultural festival” on Friday. The Safdar Hashmi Memorial Trust (SAHMAT) organised a series of events to... »
Bitter pill
NEW DELHI, January 31, 2015

Talk about real issues, says medical fraternity

Worried about how no political parties fighting to form the government here is talking about what the city’s health-plan will look like, a delegation of doctors from the Delhi Medical Association (... »
NEW DELHI, January 31, 2015


With reference to a report published in The Hindu on January 20, “Now parents seeking nursery admission face fee trouble”, the Nirmal Bhartia School, Dwarka, has clarified that... »
In this December 8, 2014 photo, 32-year-old Shiv Kumar Yadav, centre, a driver from the international taxi-booking service Uber, is surrounded by police as he is brought out after being produced in a court in New Delhi.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 30, 2015

Delhi rape victim sues Uber in U.S. Court

The 26-year-old woman who said she was raped by a driver of web-based taxi firm Uber in Delhi has filed a lawsuit against the company in a California court, accusing it of failing to ensure passen... »
January 30, 2015

No manifesto just vision document for BJP

The Bharatiya Janata Party may not go through with earlier poll promises of providing full Statehood to Delhi with the party’s chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi and senior BJP leaders skirting... »
Navjot Singh Siddhu
NEW DELHI, January 30, 2015

Sidhu plays to the galleries

“First he left his job and ran away… then left his duty as Chief Minister and ran away and he even ran away from Varanasi. If he was so fond of running he should have run a marathon. At least he wo... »

Smriti sings PM’s praises

Case filed against Kejriwal

Surajkund Mela to get a vibrant makeover

Court acquits rape accused as woman retracts statement

India Art Fair begins

One killed, two injured at under-construction site

Four injured in Delhi building collapse

The new Triveni Terrace Café on Copernicus Marg, New Delhi. Photo: Sushil Kumar Verma Food Spot

The same old joy

Food, to a large extent, is all about nostalgia. You mention the khichri that dadi cooked (mine, sadly, cooked nothing, but chose to maintain discipline in the fields with the help of a thick stick... »
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