Tomorrow's strike won't impact power, oil & gas supply: BMS

BJP-backed Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh Tuesday said services such as power, oil and gas supplies will not be affected by the general strike tomorrow as a large number of public sector workers have pulled out of the action against changes in labour laws.

BJP, RSS top brass to hold coordination meeting from Sept 2
BJP, RSS top brass to hold coordination meeting from Sept 2

The top brass of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and the BJP will meet on September 02 for a three-day coordination meeting to take stock of the Narendra Modi-led NDA government’s one year in office and the challenges it faces.

DNA: Analysis of decision to name Aurangzeb Road after Dr. Abdul Kalam - Part III

DNA analyzes the high-profile road in Delhi's Lutyens zone by the name of Aurangzeb Road, which is now being named after Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, and the decision of which has resulted in an uproar.

DNA: Analyzing Geeta Press' baseless accusations against Zee News - Part II

DNA eliminates all misunderstandings and accusations made by Geeta Press on Zee News, saying that the news channel spread wrong information about them.

Muslim outfits oppose renaming Aurangzeb Road, say he was not 'anti-Hindu'
Muslim outfits oppose renaming Aurangzeb Road, say he was not 'anti-Hindu'

 Muslim outfits today objected New Delhi Municipal Council's (NDMC) decision to rename Aurangzeb Road after late President A P J Abdul Kalam, terming it as a "deliberate" move that is "likely to set the trend of rechristening other cities/streets distorting history".

Threat to green belt in South Delhi: NGT notice to Delhi govt

South Delhi residents today moved the National Green Tribunal against the increasing commercial activities and encroachment in the "green belt" located along the Mehrauli Badarpur Highway in Saket.

Kid who suffered rape trauma won't like to recall incident: Delhi court

A man accused of raping a 12-year -old girl has been convicted by a Delhi court which relied on her testimony despite her varied statements, saying her conduct was "highly natural" as any child who has undergone such a trauma would not like to recall the incident.

Surnames will soon cease to matter in politics: Arun Jaitley

 In an apparent dig at Congress and some regional parties, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Sunday said "surnames, families and lineages" will soon cease to matter in politics and such a trend has already begun in the business world.

After taking Gujarat by storm, Hardik Patel arrives in Delhi
After taking Gujarat by storm, Hardik Patel arrives in Delhi

After spearheading the agitation by the financially and politically influential Patel community in Gujarat for inclusion in the backward-caste category to avail the quota system in the allocation of government jobs and educational opportunities, Hardik Patel arrived in Delhi on Sunday.

Wait for 48 hours for decision on land ordinance: Arun Jaitley

 Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday kept up suspense on whether controversial land acquisition ordinance will be repromulgated, saying a decision will be taken in the next 48 hours.

CBI carries out searches in ambulance scam

CBI on Saturday carried out searches at the residential premises of incumbent directors of Ziqitza Health Care Limited against which a case of alleged cheating was registered by the agency on the recommendation of BJP-ruled Rajasthan government.

Govt has 'wonderful' schemes for children, but nothing on ground: SC

The Supreme Court on Friday pulled up the government for the mismatch between the "wonderful" welfare schemes for children belonging to lower strata of society and their implementation, saying the ground reality was "completely different".

Nandita Narain re-elected as DUTA president

Left-affiliated Democratic Teachers' Front (DTF) candidate Nandita Narain was re-elected as the president of Delhi University Teachers' Association (DUTA) here on Friday.

Employability of youths should be priority: Jitendra Singh

 Noting that 70 per cent of India's population is below the age of 35, Union minister Jitendra Singh on Friday said the need of the hour would be to prepare youths for employability without government patronage.

Employability of youths should be priority: Jitendra Singh

 Noting that 70 per cent of India's population is below the age of 35, Union minister Jitendra Singh on Friday said the need of the hour would be to prepare youths for employability without government patronage.

Manish Sisodia inspects school, finds teachers missing, blackboards damaged

 Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Wednesday conducted a surprise check at a government school in the national capital and found that teachers were missing, blackboards damaged and students sitting on carpet.

OROP row: No headway yet; two more veterans moved to hospital

 No headway was on Wednesday made in resolving sticky issues for OROP implementation during talks between agitating ex-servicemen and government even as two more veterans on indefinite hunger strike were shifted to the Army hospital following doctor's advice.

Stephen's molestation: Professor alleges ICC under pressure to rule against him

St Stephen's professor who has been accused of sexual harassment by a PhD scholar has written to Chief Commissioner for Persons with Disabilities under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, alleging that due procedures are not being followed in probing the complaint and the committee is under pressure to rule against him.