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Party knows I can't do politics, I can only do poetry: Vishwas

In a foot-in-mouth confession about his political career, Aam Aadmi Party(AAP) member and Hindi poet Kumar Vishwas today said that the party knew that "he can't do politics".

Man, his 2 minor daughters injured in acid attack

Two minor girls and their father suffered burn injuries after they were allegedly attacked with acid in west Delhi's Khyala area, police said on 

Delhi Police installs 4000 CCTV cameras in 8 years even though women safety remains cause for concern
Delhi Police installs 4000 CCTV cameras in 8 years even though women safety remains cause for concern

Delhi Police has managed to install just over 4,000 CCTV cameras in the past eight years even though the issue of women safety remains a cause for concern.

Kejriwal donates Rs 50,000 to Irom Sharmila's party
Kejriwal donates Rs 50,000 to Irom Sharmila's party

"Please donate generously to Irom Sharmila," Kejriwal tweeted.

DDCA defamation case: Arvind Kejriwal to appear before court on March 21
DDCA defamation case: Arvind Kejriwal to appear before court on March 21

The Tis Hazari court in Delhi on Saturday granted exemption to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for his absence at the hearing today in connection with a criminal defamation case filed by Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) and its vice-president Chetan Chauhan. He has now been directed to appear before the court on March 21.

JNU students booked for 'illegally' occupying administrative block

Following complaints from the JNU administration, Delhi Police has lodged an FIR against a group of students who have been occupying the administrative block on campus to seek an appointment with the VC over recent amendments in the varsity's admissions policy.

AAP doing 'publicity stunts' on education, health: Delhi Congress Chief Ajay Maken
AAP doing 'publicity stunts' on education, health: Delhi Congress Chief Ajay Maken

With the city heading towards municipal polls, Delhi Congress today sharpened its attack on the AAP government, seeking to puncture its developmental claims on education and health fronts.

Manish Sisodia targets BJP over Delhi MLAs' salary Bill

After the Centre returned a Bill seeking 400 per cent salary hike for Delhi MLAs, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today wondered how could legislators of BJP procure "expensive" cars and houses despite low pay.

Bruised and battered, this Ahmedabad girl lives to narrate her ordeal in Saudi flesh trade
Bruised and battered, this Ahmedabad girl lives to narrate her ordeal in Saudi flesh trade

She was no longer ready to compromise with her dignity. And so she gathered courage to stage her brave escape from the clutches of her 'savage' employer, thousands of miles away from her home in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. 

Pay January salary to your workers, HC directs DCW

The Delhi High Court today directed the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) to disburse last month's salaries to its employees engaged in its helplines and rehabilitation cells.

Delhi Dy CM Manish Sisodia faces protest while flagging off new buses
Delhi Dy CM Manish Sisodia faces protest while flagging off new buses

Delhi`s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday faced the ire of one of his east Delhi constituents, who alleged that Sisodia had never visited his constituency in the past two years.

Delhi High Court allows nursery admission to go on
Delhi High Court allows nursery admission to go on

The Delhi High Court today allowed 298 private unaided schools here to go ahead with the nursery admission process but said that it will be subject to the final outcome of the city government's appeal on the issue.

Graft case: Actor Anuj Saxena remanded to three days police custody

Television actor Anuj Saxena was remanded to three days police custody on Friday in connection with a graft case in which senior bureaucrat B.K. Bansal and his family committed suicide last year.This came after the actor surrendered before a Delhi Court.

100 new cluster buses rolled out on Delhi roads

The waiting time for commuters at bus queue shelters in Delhi may be reduced as 100 new orange cluster buses that will ply on nine routes were today rolled out on the capital's roads.

Dead rat in midday meal in Delhi school, 9 students hospitalised, FIR lodged
Dead rat in midday meal in Delhi school, 9 students hospitalised, FIR lodged

A dead rat was found in a midday meal served at a government school in south Delhi, following which at least nine students who consumed the food were hospitalised. 

The day in 2005 when 3 blasts shattered Delhi's peace

 It was a busy Saturday evening in Delhi, just two days before Diwali, when three blasts shattered the peace of the national capital on October 29, 2005, claiming the lives of 67 and leaving over 210 people injured.

Arvind Kejriwal let down Delhi, women worst sufferers: Delhi BJP

Delhi BJP in-charge Shyam Jaju on Thursday said women in the city have been the worst sufferers under the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government, as they got carried away by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal`s false image of "saviour".

Delhi govt moves to HC against 'totally wrong' nursery ruling

Disagreeing with a single judge's interim order staying new nursery admission norms based on the neighbourhood criteria, Delhi government today appealed before a Delhi High Court division bench.

Delhi government recommends CBI probe into shifting of Mirambika School

Delhi government has recommended a CBI probe into the alleged discrepancies in shifting of Mirambika Free Progress School to a new location and the role of some education department officials in it.

2005 Delhi serial blasts: Mastermind Tariq Ahmed Dar given 10-year sentence, two other accused acquitted
2005 Delhi serial blasts: Mastermind Tariq Ahmed Dar given 10-year sentence, two other accused acquitted

Tariq Ahmed Dar has been given a ten-year sentence for masterminding the 2005 Delhi serial blasts.

Graft case: TV actor Anuj Saxena surrenders in court

TV actor Anuj Saxena on Thursday surrendered before a Delhi court in connection with a graft case in which co-accused and senior bureaucrat BK Bansal, his wife and children committed suicide last year.

Delhi: Man commits suicide at Shahdara Metro station

Soon after the incident, CISF and Delhi Metro personnel reached the spot.

Surgical strikes: No jurisdiction to hear plea against Rahul, Kejriwal, Delhi Police tells court
Surgical strikes: No jurisdiction to hear plea against Rahul, Kejriwal, Delhi Police tells court

 Delhi Police has told a court here that it does not have jurisdiction to hear a plea filed against six persons, including Rahul Gandhi and Arvind Kejriwal, for questioning the surgical strikes carried out by the Army last year.

2005 Delhi serial blasts case: Patiala House court to pronounce verdict today
2005 Delhi serial blasts case: Patiala House court to pronounce verdict today

The Patiala House court will on Thursday pronounce verdict in the 2005 Delhi serial blasts case in which more than 60 people were killed and about 100 injured. 

2 docs barred from practising for 6 months for wrong surgery

The Delhi Medical Council (DMC) has barred two city doctors from practising for six months after finding them guilty of performing surgery on the wrong foot of a 24-year-old man at a private hospital here.

SC defers hearing of SYL Canal issue till Feb. 22

The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to hear the Punjab Government's plea to adjourn the SYL- Canal matter till the elections results are announced and posted the matter for further hearing till February 22.

SC refers to Constitution Bench Delhi-Centre row over governance
SC refers to Constitution Bench Delhi-Centre row over governance

A bench comprising Justices AK Sikri and RK Agrawal said that important questions of law and the Constitution are involved in the matter.

Centre gives sanction to prosecute Arvind Kejriwal's former secretary
Centre gives sanction to prosecute Arvind Kejriwal's former secretary

The Ministry of Home Affairs on Tuesday accorded sanction to prosecute Rajendra Kumar.

Two years of AAP government in Delhi: BJP shows Arvind Kejriwal the mirror
Two years of AAP government in Delhi: BJP shows Arvind Kejriwal the mirror

Arvind Kejriwal government completed two years in office in Delhi on Tuesday.

Nitish Katara murder convict withdraws parole plea in Delhi HC

Vikas Yadav, one of the three killers of Nitish Katara serving a 25-year jail term without remission, today withdrew his plea seeking two months parole from the Delhi High Court.