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Teen raises Rs 2L at mini-marathon  (05 March 03:47 am) 
A 14-year-old Class IX student of Modern School, Urvi Maheshwari, has emerged as the youngest ‘Dream Teamer’ having raised alone Rs 2.03 lakh for charity at the Seventh Airtel Delhi Half Marathon
The government is contemplating changing the land acquisition bill to restore the provision which would make it mandatory for governments to secure the consent of a specified number of land owners if
The government is contemplating changing the land acquisition bill to restore the provision which would make it mandatory for governments to secure the consent of a specified number of land owners if
Gurung Checks Facts; Tamang Calls It ‘Conspiracy’ To Stall Delhi Dharna
The traffic police on Wednesday informed the Delhi high court that it has impounded 2,200 vehicles and booked nearly double that figure for various violations till mid-December 2014.
Senior officials of DDA on Wednesday unveiled its most ambitious project-East Delhi Hub-a Transit-Oriented Development project.
Nirbhaya case: Interview ban to stay  (05 March 03:15 am) 
A trial court on Wednesday said the ban on airing the interview of Nirbhaya case convict Mukesh Singh will continue till further orders.
In the wake of the controversy surrounding the Nirbhaya documentary, the Delhi government has taken note of the fact that the state administration was not kept in the loop when permissions were
Members of Parliament expressed outrage in both Houses on Wednesday, with women MPs of opposition parties storming into the well of Rajya Sabha, over the Nirbhaya case convict’s interview, forcing
MHA seeks global gag on rape film  (05 March 03:16 am) 
Claiming that the makers of the Nirbhaya gang-rape documentary violated the terms of agreement by commercially using what was supposed to be an interview to \"understand the mind of convicts\", home
A US national from California, believed to be in her early 40s and found badly battered and bruised, has alleged that she was sexually assaulted by one of the sadhus in Vrindavan.
A day after Delhi Police registered an FIR in connection with the interview of Nirbhaya gang rape convict Mukesh Singh, sources said a notice will be served on the interviewer to submit the film and
Congress has accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of making \"false and misleading\" statements in Rajya Sabha.
BBC has said it will show the controversial documentary, India’s Daughter, as planned on March 8, International Women’s Day. Although India has banned its telecast, it will be shown in Denmark,
The government has faulted the opposition for forcing amendments to the motion of thanks on the President’s address in Rajya Sabha, saying Congress and others ended up censuring themselves by
The HC order means the special trial court will have to decide on taking cognisance of the chargesheet, but only for charges of misconduct under the Prevention of Corruption Act, against Chavan, one
A trial court on Tuesday fixed Wednesday for cross-examination of the survivor in the Uber rape case after the Delhi high court allowed the accused driver who is facing trial in the Uber cab rape case
Is Holi going to be less colourful and less exciting this year? Sadar Bazar, which is usually thronged by Delhiites in the run-up to the festival of colour, has witnessed a low footfall in the past
The tremors of financial crisis in the BJP-led municipal corporations over payment of salaries are now being felt by the Aam Aadmi Party government.
The DF government led by Prithviraj Chavan, on June 16, 2014, had announced 16% reservation for Marathas and 5% for Muslims in government jobs and educational institutions.
Jewellers in Karol Bagh market are in a panic over the back-to-back robberies on Tuesday night. On Wednesday, they staged a protest outside the police station and kept their shops shut, demanding
More than twenty four hours after two robberies rocked Karol Bagh, there was no breakthrough in the cases till Wednesday evening.
The Delhi high court was informed on Wednesday that 26 hospitals and 11 laboratories have been designated in the national capital to deal with the swine flu outbreak, which has claimed 10 lives in the
Robbers struck in Karol Bagh twice within a span of a few hours in which they looted a businessman and shot dead a goldsmith.
A latest study by Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) said there is no conclusive data or evidence so far to show that radiations from mobile phone or towers have adverse health effects.