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Delh CM Kejriwal announces Rs 1 crore for dead firemen's kin

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday met the family of one of the firemen who died while dousing a fire here and announced a compensation of Rs 1 crore.

Fire breaks out at TOI office near ITO
Fire breaks out at TOI office near ITO

A major fire broke out at the Times of India building at Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg here this evening.However, no casualties have been reported so far.The fire broke out in the server room on the firs

Congress regained lost ground in Delhi; will win MCD polls: Ajay Maken

In the backdrop Congress's severe drubbing in the Odisha and Maharashtra civic polls.

Delhi government to use drones for Wazirabad - DND flyway connectivity

The AAP government will conduct an aerial survey using drones to find realignment for a new signal-free corridor to connect Signature Bridge in North Delhi's Wazirabad to DND flyway in South Delhi.

Delhi University student gangraped by six friends in Faridabad
Delhi University student gangraped by six friends in Faridabad

 

New Delhi: There seems to be no end in sight to crimes against women!

DCW orders probe into alleged attacks on women by cops at DU
DCW orders probe into alleged attacks on women by cops at DU

Delhi Commission for Women has ordered an enquiry into the alleged attacks on women by policemen during violence at Delhi University's Ramjas college and has issued a notice to Delhi Police.

AAP govt approves around 37% hike in minimum wages

The Delhi government on Saturday approved an around 37 percent hike in the minimum wages for unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled persons in the national capital.

Janta Dal (United) defends Farooq Abdullah, says can't doubt his ''nationalism''

The JD (U) on Saturday defended Farooq Abdullah`s controversial remark that the youth joining militant ranks are `sacrificing their lives for freedom of the valley`, saying that the former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir knew the happenings of the state much better than anyone else and there was no reason to doubt his nationalism.

Not afraid of ABVP, says Kargil martyr's daughter on Facebook, video goes viral

Days after DU's Ramjas college saw violent clashes, a Lady Sri Ram College student who is a Kargil martyr's daughter has initiated a social media campaign, "I am not scared of ABVP", which has gone viral.

Ahead of DSGMC polls, liquor seized from Shahdara

Six cartons of liquor were seized from near a boundary wall connecting a school and gurdwara in Vivek Vihar in Shahdara area here, police said today.

Two days after clashes at Ramjas College, uneasy calm prevails in DU's North Campus

Two days after violent clashes were witnessed at Delhi University's Ramjas college, the students residing on North Campus are living in fear.

AAP announces first list of 109 candidates for MCD polls

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Friday released its first list of 109 candidates, which includes 49 women, for the upcoming MCD polls.

Hindus throng temples on Maha Shivratri
Hindus throng temples on Maha Shivratri

Hundreds of thousands thronged Shiva temples, big and small, all over the country on Maha Shivratri on Friday to pray and offer flowers, bel (wood apple) leaves, milk, honey and more to the Lord.

Sheila Dikshit downplays 'Rahul Gandhi lacks maturity' remark, tweets #DontTwistMyWords
Sheila Dikshit downplays 'Rahul Gandhi lacks maturity' remark, tweets #DontTwistMyWords

After initially suggesting that Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi lacks political maturity, former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit on Friday backtracked, urging people not to twist her words.

Two firemen killed in Delhi cylinder blast

The gas cylinder exploded on Friday morning at around 5.35 am at Lal Market in west Delhi's Vikaspuri.

Delhi: Why do you need to fear 'Namaste' gang and how it operates
Delhi: Why do you need to fear 'Namaste' gang and how it operates

Delhi Police, which is doing everything to make Delhi safer, has recently busted a new gang of robbers involved in daring gun-point robberies in the national capital.

Ramjas violence: Tensions continue to simmer; three policemen suspended
Ramjas violence: Tensions continue to simmer; three policemen suspended

The ABVP today raised nationalism slogans and vowed that it would not allow "anti-nationals" into the varsity.

Freedom doesn't mean make campuses hub of anti-national acts: Kiren Rijiju

Amidst tension in DU's North Campus in the wake of clashes, Union Minister Kiren Rijiju today said freedom of expression in the country does not give right to make college campuses hub of anti-national activity.

Delhi University autonomous, won't intervene in Ramjas college issue: Prakash Javadekar

The government today ruled out any intervention in connection with the violence at Ramjas College, saying Delhi University is an autonomous institution and police will take required action.

DU clash: Police admit its men acted 'unprofessionally'

Delhi Police today admitted a few of its personnel acted "unprofessionally" in tackling the clashes between ABVP and AISA members at North Campus.

1984 anti-Sikh riots case: Delhi court orders discussion with Jagdish Tytler on lie detector
1984 anti-Sikh riots case: Delhi court orders discussion with Jagdish Tytler on lie detector

A Delhi court on Thursday ordered discussion on lie detector test on Congress leader Jagdish Tytler on March 16 in connection with 1984 anti-Sikh riots case.

Flier held with foreign currency at IGI airport

A flier bound for Dubai has been apprehended at the Delhi airport for allegedly trying to smuggle out foreign currency.

Ramjas college scuffle: Delhi police calls for stern action

A day after clash broke out between All India Students Association (AISA) and Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) students at the Delhi University`s Ramjas College, the Delhi Police on Thursday called for strict action, while asserting that few policemen`s unprofessional actions were also noticed in handling law and order situation during the scuffle.

Delhi's iconic 'Kake Da Dhaba' in soup after video of man 'kneading dough with feet' surfaces: Must Watch
Delhi's iconic 'Kake Da Dhaba' in soup after video of man 'kneading dough with feet' surfaces: Must Watch

Several versions of the clip have popped up on Facebook and Twitter. 

Former CBI chief A.P. Singh refutes corruption charges

Coming out defiantly against the allegation of being involved in a corruption case related to meat exporter Moin Qureshi, former Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) chief A.P. Singh on Thursday said majority of chats between him and the former took place after his retirement.

Supreme Court to look into AAP govt's plea for setting up of constitution bench

The Supreme Court today said it would look into the plea for early setting up of a constitution bench to hear AAP government's appeals against the high court verdict holding LG as the administrative head of Delhi.

Violence in Ramjas College: ABVP-AISA clash over Umar Khalid, Shehla Rashid invite
Violence in Ramjas College: ABVP-AISA clash over Umar Khalid, Shehla Rashid invite

Violent clashes broke out between Left-affiliated AISA and RSS-backed ABVP at Ramjas College today over a seminar invite to JNU students Umar Khalid and Shehla Rashid which left many students, teachers and policemen injured.

UGC okays varsity chair on RSS ideologue Deen Dayal Upadhyay

Universities will now be able to set up a chair in the name of RSS ideologue Deen Dayal Upadhyay to carry out study on his works and ideas as the University Grants Commission today approved a proposal in this regard.

Congress supports Ola-Uber drivers' union

Delhi Congress on Wednesday extended its support to Ola-Uber drivers' union "Sarvodaya Drivers", saying "the party is with them in their fight for justice".

Delhi High Court refuses to stall 2017 MCD polls

The Delhi High Court today refused to stall the upcoming MCD polls for 272 wards in the national capital.