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Over 20,000 resident doctors in Delhi go on strike, 800 surgeries postponed
Over 20,000 resident doctors in Delhi go on strike, 800 surgeries postponed

Over 20,000 resident doctors in the national capital on Thursday went on mass casual leave in solidarity with their Maharashtra counterparts.

MCD polls postponed to Apr 23 due to board exam

The date for the elections to the three municipal corporations in the national capital was today postponed by a day to April 23 in view of the CBSE board examination.

BJP urges EC to direct removal of words 'Aam Aadmi' from Delhi govt schemes

Ahead of MCD polls, a Delhi BJP delegation on Monday met State Election Commissioner SK Srivastava and sought his direction to remove the words "Aam Aadmi" from the names of the AAP government-run schemes, including mohalla clinics.

Businessman crushed to death after brawl over parking in Delhi

Following a brawl over parking, a 39-year-old businessman was crushed under the wheels of a car by two unidentified persons in west Delhi, police said on Thursday.

Another minor raped in south Delhi; neighbour held

A day after a minor girl was raped in Govind Puri area of south Delhi, another similar crime was reported in Neb Sarai area on Tuesday.

JNU student's autopsy on Wednesday as parents withhold consent

An autopsy on the body of a JNU student -- who allegedly committed suicide -- was deferred to Wednesday after his parents refused to give consent and demanded the presence of a "neutral" forensic expert.

Vibrant colours, joy, mark Holi celebrations in Delhi

Pink, yellow, red, purple -- the vibrant colours of Holi spread joy, as young and old celebrated the festival, smearing coloured gulal on each other and exchanging sweets in the national capital on Monday.

CBSE class 10, 12 board exams begin, nearly 19.8 lakh students appear; three-tier arrangement for surprise checks
CBSE class 10, 12 board exams begin, nearly 19.8 lakh students appear; three-tier arrangement for surprise checks

The board examinations for class 10 and 12 students of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) began from Thursday.

Now, Delhi college cancels Subramanian Swamy's programme

Delhi College of Arts and Commerce has cancelled a programme of BJP Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy scheduled for tomorrow, days after it had postponed an event featuring Swaraj India leader Yogendra Yadav.

Delhi twins drown in washing machine after mother left them playing as she stepped out briefly
Delhi twins drown in washing machine after mother left them playing as she stepped out briefly

In a freak incident, a pair of three-year-old twins drowned in a washing machine at their home after their mother left them playing as she stepped out briefly to purchase washing power from a nearby shop on Saturday, police said.

AAP government did nothing for unauthorised colonies: Congress
AAP government did nothing for unauthorised colonies: Congress

The Delhi Congress on Wednesday attacked the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government on the issue of regularising unauthorised colonies across the national capital, saying it has failed to regularlise even one in the past two years.

Bhojpur shootout: CBI demands death for policemen

The Central Bureau of Investigation on Wednesday demanded death penalty for four policemen who were involved in a more than two-decade-old staged shootout in Bhojpur, in Ghaziabad district.

Scam in Arvind Kejriwal's 'Mohalla Clinic'? Vigilance Department initiates probe over doctors earning Rs 4 lakh/month
Scam in Arvind Kejriwal's 'Mohalla Clinic'? Vigilance Department initiates probe over doctors earning Rs 4 lakh/month

After receiving several complaints against Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government's 'Mohalla Clinic', the Vigilance Department has initiated an investigation to probe into the matter.

Delhi Hauz Khas rape: Accused sent to 14-day judicial custody

A Delhi court on Tuesday sent the accused in the Hauz Khas rape case to 14-day judicial custody.

DELHI HORROR! Girl raped near Hauz Khas village while returning from party
DELHI HORROR! Girl raped near Hauz Khas village while returning from party

There seems to be no end in sight to heinous crimes.

Delhi: Afghan national acquitted in drug trafficking case

A Delhi court has acquitted an Afghan national of the charges of drug trafficking, noting that there was strong suspicion over the credibility of the evidence.

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".

MHA issues avalanche warning in J&K's Bandipora district

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Thursday issued a medium danger avalanche warning around the slopes of Bandipora district of Jammu and Kashmir.The warning has been issued for twenty-four hours from February 16, 05:00 p.m. to February 17, 05:00 p.m.

PMO comes to rescue of Bihar boy admitted at AIIMS for a year

Fourteen-year-old Rohit Kumar, who has been forced to stay at AIIMS for over a year for want of a portable ventilator and other related accessories after he underwent a spine surgery, can finally go home.

'Chardham' highway project will be completed by 2018: Nitin Gadkari

The Rs 12,000 crore 'Chardham' highway project in Uttarakhand will be completed by the end of 2018 irrespective of which party comes to power in the state, Union minister Nitin Gadkari has assured.

Kenyan woman lodges rape complaint against Nigerian man

A woman from Kenya has lodged an FIR here against a Nigerian man for allegedly raping her and pushing her into prostitution, police said on Thursday.

Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi attacks Congress over leadership 'confusion'

Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi today attacked the Congress, saying the party is grappling with "confusion" over who its chief is and has become a "benami property" whose owner is unknown.

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.

No decision on making Aadhaar mandatory at AIIMS: Health Secretary

The government has not taken any decision on making Aadhaar mandatory for registration of patients at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here.

Construction activities barred in Tughlakabad Fort area: Delhi High Court

Delhi High Court today prohibited all land transactions and building activities in the area, expressing concern over the "rampant and unabated" illegal constructions in Tughlaqabad Fort despite the Supreme Court disallowing it.

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.

No taxis for fourth day, Delhi commuters face a harrowing time

Commuters had to face a harrowing time on as app-based taxis remained off roads in the national capital for the fourth day on Monday. People had to walk down to the nearest metro station or shell out inflated fares demanded by autorickshaws.

Missing JNU student Najeeb's mother stages protest in Lucknow

Demanding a thorough probe in the case of missing Jahawarlal Nehru University (JNU) student Najeeb Ahmad, his mother Fatima Nafees today staged a protest here along with students of Lucknow University and Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama.