This ad will auto close in 10 seconds
Rain brings respite to Delhi; monsoon likely by Friday

Rain lowered the mercury here on Thursday as the national capital recorded a maximum of 31.4 degrees Celsius, five notches below the season's average, the Met Office said.

Put location, work roster of safai karamcharis on website: Delhi HC

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday said that the location and time-wise work roster as well as identity of each safai karamchari working under civic bodies should be put up on their website and at the site which a worker is assigned.

Arrogance of AAP government to blame for violence in Delhi Assembly: BJP

The BJP on Wednesday attacked the Delhi government, saying the arrogance of Delhi government and AAP was responsible for the violence and anarchy in the Delhi Assembly after two men created ruckus in the assembly alleging corruption and shouted slogans against Health Minister Satyendar Jain.

No stay on trial court order in former TERI chief RK Pachauri: Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday refrained from staying a trial court order to record evidence during the summer vacation in a Rs one-crore defamation case against activist Vrinda Grover and another woman by former TERI chief R K Pachauri.

Kapil Mishra meets ACB chief with 'proof' of fake CNG kits

Sacked Delhi Minister Kapil Mishra met ACB chief MK Meena here on Tuesday and submitted documents regarding distribution of "fake CNG kits" with the alleged involvement of the Delhi government.

Kapil Mishra to launch campaign against Kejriwal on Wednesday

Sacked Delhi minister Kapil Mishra on Monday said he, along with the members of India Against Corruption (IAC), will launch a campaign against Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal from Karol Bagh on Wednesday.

Respite from heat in Delhi, rains likely on Thursday

The national capital saw sharp respite from excessive heat on Wednesday as the maximum temperature dropped by seven degrees to 36.2 degrees Celsius within 24 hours while some parts saw light rain.

Delhi LG asks chief secretary to look into alleged job recruitment scam

Lt Governor Anil Baijal has directed the chief vigilance officer of Delhi government to take action on a complaint of alleged recruitment in several departments on fake caste certificates.

EC bribery case: Delhi court grants bail to Dinakaran, aide

A court here on Thursday granted bail to AIADMK leader and party general secretary VK Sasikala's nephew TTV Dinakaran and his close aide Mallikarjun in the cash for election symbol case.

DU student, juvenile held for lynching e-rickshaw driver

Delhi Police has arrested a Delhi University student and detained his juvenile accomplice for lynching an e-rickshaw driver after he objected to them urinating at GTB Metro Station in north Delhi, a senior police officer said on Wednesday.

PM Modi directs authorities to punish those who killed E-rickshaw driver for opposing urination in public

PM Modi on Monday night condemned the killing of an E-rickshaw driver in Delhi for stopping two men from urinating in public.

Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu breaks down after meeting e-rickshaw driver's kin, assures relief

Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Monday met the kin of the deceased e-rickshaw driver.

Manoj Tiwari asks Arvind Kejriwal to resign, as Kapil Mishra appears before Lokayukta

Soon after sacked Water Minister Kapil Mishra on Thursday got his statement recorded with the Lokayukta of Delhi, the BJP demanded Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's resignation over corruption charges.

Swami Om gets anticipatory bail in molestation case

A court here has granted anticipatory bail to former 'Bigg Boss' contestant and self-proclaimed 'godman' Swami Om, who was accused of molesting and threatening a woman, court sources said on Thursday.

AAP leader Khetan moves SC for police protection after threats from 'right wing'

AAP leader Ashish Khetan on Wednesday moved the Supreme Court seeking police protection in the wake of threats he has received allegedly from "right-wing" organisations.

Bodies of murdered property dealer's wife, daughters found

Highly decomposed bodies of a property dealer's wife and two daughters found from Daurala village in Meerut, who were allegedly killed at the behest of his business partner.

Ashok Singh murder case: Ex- RJD MP Prabhunath sentenced to life

Former RJD MP Prabhunath Singh was sentenced to life imprisonment on Tuesday, in connection with the 1995 Ashok Singh murder case.

Unruly passenger aboard Hawaii flight prompted bomb scare - FBI

The plane landed safely, no one among the 187 passengers and crew was hurt and the laptop was found to be harmless.

AAP crisis: Kumar Vishwas skips major party event

Senior AAP leader Kumar Vishwas skipped a major party event, sparking whispers that the truce in the organisation may be short-lived.

Hundreds of Dalits protest at Jantar Mantar over Saharanpur clash

Hundreds of Dalits on Sunday protested in the national capital to demand justice for community members who, they said, fell victim to a communal clash in a village in Saharanpur district of Uttar Pradesh on May 5.

Murdered Maldivian blogger's father seeks India's help

 "I want India to press the Maldives government to make my son`s murder case investigation go for a fair trial," Hussain Rasheed.

Rajnath Singh to discuss ''Indo-China Border'' issue with CMs of five states
Rajnath Singh to discuss ''Indo-China Border'' issue with CMs of five states

Rajnath Singh will visit the SSB border posts at Uttarey, Kumukh and Bajrajadhara on Indo-Nepal Border.

China's military reforms to tighten Xi Jinping's grip on People`s Libration Army

 PLA will become more professional in the coming years with PLASSF (Strategic Support Force) being a battle-winning force.

Ex-PM Chandra Shekhar betrayed me, I am responsible for 21 deaths: Amarinder Singh
Ex-PM Chandra Shekhar betrayed me, I am responsible for 21 deaths: Amarinder Singh

Amarinder Singh has lamented the deaths of 21 Khalisatni militants during the tenure of Chandra Shekhar.

Kulbhushan Jadhav's death sentence: Congress lauds ICJ's stay

Congress on Friday expressed confidence that the final verdict on Kulbhushan Jadhav's case will also be in favour of India.

ICJ's Kulbhushan Jadhav verdict just a beginning, not victory: Soli Sorabjee

Pakistan has to accept the order of the International Court of Justice, said former attorney general Soli Sorabjee.

Six-year-old fights for life at AIIMS after stepfather rapes her

A six-year-old girl is battling for her life at AIIMS after allegedly being raped by her stepfather in South Delhi's Saket area.

Delhi MP Parvesh Verma, MLA Manjinder Singh Sirsa accost Arvind Kejriwal over water crisis - Watch video

Delhi government had said on Tuesday that the national capital was facing a 'water crisis', which could affect areas in central Delhi.

Missing JNU student Najeeb Ahmed's mother hopes CBI will help trace son

Najeeb Ahmed's family has pinned its hope on the Central Bureau of Investigation, which was asked by the Delhi High Court on Tuesday to trace the missing Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) student.

Delhi govt seeks PMO's intervention to resolve 'water crisis'
Delhi govt seeks PMO's intervention to resolve 'water crisis'

The Delhi government on Tuesday said the national capital was facing a "water crisis", which could affect areas in central Delhi.