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Labourer killed in wall collapse near Jama Masjid

Zubair Alam worked as a construction labourer and resided near the Jama Masjid.
 

20 AAP MLAs have no right to continue as lawmakers: BJP

"These MLAs now have no moral or legal right to continue as MLAs," the BJP leader said. 

EC rejects AAP plea, office of profit case to continue
EC rejects AAP plea, office of profit case to continue

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) said it respected the EC order but hinted that the option of legal remedy was available to the ruling party.

Act as per rules: LG to vigilance in plea against Kejriwal in PWD 'scam'
Act as per rules: LG to vigilance in plea against Kejriwal in PWD 'scam'

Last month, the Anti-Corruption Branch had lodged three separate FIRs alleging irregularities in grant of contracts for roads and sewer lines in Delhi in 2015-16.

Car mows down two, injures two on Delhi footpath
Car mows down two, injures two on Delhi footpath

The accident occurred around 12 p.m. near the Hanuman Mandir in the Kashmiri Gate area. The injured were shifted to Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan Hospital here. 
 

More trouble for Arvind Kejriwal as EC to continue hearing office of profit case against 21 AAP MLAs​
More trouble for Arvind Kejriwal as EC to continue hearing office of profit case against 21 AAP MLAs​

The office of profit petition was filed against 21 AAP MLA. Later, proceedings were dropped against Jarnail Singh after he resigned as the Rajouri Garden MLA.

DU cut-off 2017: DU colleges release cut-off; highest 99.66% for Electronics
DU cut-off 2017: DU colleges release cut-off; highest 99.66% for Electronics

Hansraj College pegged its sciences cut-off at 97.33 and 97.75 percent for Chemistry and Computer Science, its highest this year.

Complaint against Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, others referred to district judge

Metropolitan Magistrate Abhilash Malhotra referred the matter to the district and sessions judge, after noting that the ACB had already lodged an FIR under the Prevention of Corruption Act.
Cases pertaining to the ACB and under the Act are tried by a special court.

Rahul Gandhi terms DSP's lynching in Kashmir as 'horrific'

Pained beyond words at the horrific incident," he said on Twitter.

Delhi University to release first cut-off list today; check du.ac.in
Delhi University to release first cut-off list today; check du.ac.in

Delhi University will on Friday release its first cut-off list for the admissions in undergraduate courses.

Delhi: Father chops off daughter's ear, claims 'ghost' asked him to do so
Delhi: Father chops off daughter's ear, claims 'ghost' asked him to do so

The incident occurred in the early hours of Thursday at GTB Enclave in Delhi.

Delhi: Prostitution racket busted, 10 women, two operators arrested

The operation was carried out on a tip-off receievd by the North Rohini Police Station.

Presidential poll: Left may propose Gandhi and Ambedkar, but open to suggestions

Former Lok Sabha speaker Meira Kumar and ex-home minister Sushil Kumar Shinde are believed to be among the others being considered by the opposition parties.

 

India to hold yoga, cultural fest in Hungary

On June 24 and 25, besides yoga practices and workshops, Indian culture comprising dance, music, food and Bollywood movies will be showcased.

Delhi likely to witness rains, thundershowers today
Delhi likely to witness rains, thundershowers today

As the national capital awaits the Monsoon, the weather here on Thursday morning was warm and cloudy. The Met office forecast rains for several parts of the city in the day ahead.

Man kills his wife by stabbing her 25 times in a fit of rage

He also injured his 15 year old son who tried to intervene and save his mother. 

AAP to take decision on presidential poll after Oppn party meet tomorrow
AAP to take decision on presidential poll after Oppn party meet tomorrow

The Aam Aadmi Party will take a call on its stand on the presidential poll after an opposition party meeting tomorrow.

Delhi on high alert after Intelligence Bureau warns of London-style terror attack
Delhi on high alert after Intelligence Bureau warns of London-style terror attack

Around six to seven terrorists are believed to have entered into the national capital with the intention of carrying out a London-style attack.

Acid victims to get reservation in govt jobs

The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) has proposed vacancies, promotion quotas and an age relaxation for those with disabilities in a draft policy.

Heads must roll: Delhi High Court to MCDs on lack of cleanliness
Heads must roll: Delhi High Court to MCDs on lack of cleanliness

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday told the three municipal corporations in the city to take disciplinary action against its officials for not ensuring cleanliness in their respective areas of the national capital.

 

8-year-old falls in pit in Delhi, dies

An eight-year-old boy has died after falling into a rainwater-filled pit in a park here, the city police said on Wednesday.

Introducing yoga in schools good idea: Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said the government will consider introducing yoga in schools.

Arvind Kejriwal performs yoga amid light showers

 Delhi Lt Governor Anil Baijal and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal did yogic exercises in the rain-soaked capital on Wednesday to mark the third edition of the International Yoga Day.

CP barricaded to thwart London-style attacks

The Delhi Police had received intelligence inputs about some terror outfits planning a "London-style attack" during the Yoga Day celebrations at Connaught Place here.

Presidential candidate Ram Nath Kovind performs yoga in Delhi

NDA's presidential candidate Ram Nath Kovind today joined the International Yoga Day celebrations in the national capital as he performed asanas at central Delhi's Connaught Place and urged people to take up the traditional practice.

Yoga Day: Delhi's Connaught Place out of bounds till 11 am today
Yoga Day: Delhi's Connaught Place out of bounds till 11 am today

To mark the third International Day of Yoga, traffic will be restricted at Connaught Place in central Delhi on Wednesday.

Uphaar fire tragedy: Delhi govt recommends rejection of Gopal Ansal's mercy petition
Uphaar fire tragedy: Delhi govt recommends rejection of Gopal Ansal's mercy petition

 The Delhi Government on Tuesday rejected the mercy petition of Gopal Ansal, who is the accused in Uphaar tragedy case.

Delhi Police gets high-tech interceptor vans to curb rash driving
Delhi Police gets high-tech interceptor vans to curb rash driving

Equipped to move swiftly in all weather conditions, and even in pitch-darkness, the Delhi Traffic Police on Tuesday added 11 hi-tech interceptors vans in its fleet to add more teeth to its anti-rash driving paraphernalia.

International Yoga Day: Entry, exit at Rajiv Chowk metro station to be restricted

As many as 10,000 people are expected to gather at various venues to mark the International Yoga Day, adopted by the United Nations in 2014.

Petrol spills on Delhi road as tanker overturns, traffic affected

A petrol tanker overturned near the Moolchand underpass here early today, injuring two persons and blocking the arterial Ring Road causing massive traffic jam in the area.