Delhi BJP, IMA to send 200 doctors, 400 paramedics to J&K

Delhi BJP in collaboration with Indian Medical Association will soon send 200 doctors and 400 paramedical staff to flood ravaged Jammu and Kashmir.

Class 9 student kills father in Delhi

A Class 9th student allegedly stabbed his 40-year-old father to death with a dagger for fighting with his mother at their residence in Rohini area of outer Delhi.

Many toilets converted to temples due to water scarcity: Gadkari

A huge number of toilets in some rural households have been converted to godowns and temples due to scarcity of water, Rural Development Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Monday.

Now buy Delhi Metro token from Airport Metro station

Passengers on the Airport Express line who wish to board the Delhi Metro train from the New Delhi Metro station can now purchase tokens and smart cards from the Airport Metro station, Metro authorities said Monday.

Delhi Govt gives last chance to 2579 bus operators

Delhi Government has decided to give a last chance to around 2579 operators of contract and mini buses for renewing their cancelled permits.

Central trade unions to protest govt's 'anti-worker' policies

Upping the ante against "anti-worker" policies, disinvestment and hike in FDI across sectors, 11 central trade unions including pro-BJP Bhartiya Mazdoor Sangh on Monday decided to launch nationwide protests against the government's measures saying it would have "serious negative" impact on the people.

Will file charge sheet against suspected IM men: NIA to court

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Monday told a Delhi court that it would file this week its charge sheet against suspected top Indian Mujahideen (IM) men Tehsin Akhtar and Zia-ur-Rahman for their alleged roles in a conspiracy to carry out terror activities in India.

BJP workers to join relief operations in J&K

To supplement the efforts of central and state governments in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir, BJP on Monday decided that party workers will offer their services in taking relief measures to the affected and set up a helpline in Delhi to coordinate with state party units sending relief material.

Hamid Ansari meets visually impaired children

A delegation of visually impaired children of National Association for the Blind, along with the office bearers of the association, met Vice President Mohammad Hamid Ansari here on Monday.

Supporters protest against Centre as Ajit Singh asked to vacate bungalow

Former Union Minister Ajit Singh’s supporters make an attempt to seize of his official bungalow at Tughlaq Road in New Delhi, which he was asked to vacate by the government.

Cloudy Monday in Delhi

The national capital will experience a cloudy Monday, the Met Office said.

With eye on China, India to develop disputed border region
With eye on China, India to develop disputed border region

India has eased restrictions on building roads and military facilities along its disputed border with China, as the new government seeks to close the gap on its neighbour`s superior transport network and take a stronger stance on Beijing.

Dikshit slams NDA for nudging UPA-appointed guvs to quit

Attacking the NDA government for "forcing" UPA-appointed governors to quit, former Kerala Governor and three-time Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Sunday said the new dispensation targeted the holders of the constitutional office "selectively" and "humiliated" them which does not auger well for democracy.

Over Rs 5,000 cr loss to J&K economy due to floods: Assocham

Devastating floods in Jammu and Kashmir have caused an immediate loss of Rs 5,400-5,700 crore to the state's economy, with heavy damages to trade, hotels, restaurants, horticulture and handicraft, according to initial estimates of industry body Assocham.

Cong moves PM for re-probe into Mumbai Centaur Hotels sale

In the wake of CBI action in the sale of Udaipur's Laxmi Vilas Palace Hotel, Congress has asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to direct the probe agency to reinvestigate the sale of two Centaur Hotels in Mumbai some 14 years ago.

Delhi court acquits man charged with raping five-yr-old girl

A Delhi court has acquitted a man of the charge of raping a five-year-old girl after the child retracted from her statement.

Delhi court asks Police CP to initiate probe against IO, prosecutor

A local court has asked Delhi Police Commissioner and the director of prosecution to initiate probe against a Investigating Officer (IO) and a law officer for delay in filing charge sheet in a chit fund case.

DTC bus driver acquitted in negligence case

A Delhi court has set aside the conviction and 10-month jail term of a DTC bus driver held guilty for negligently driving and causing death of a passenger in 2001, saying the magisterial court had "overlooked" the contradictions in testimony of witness.

After Mandi House, Delhi Metro to showcase history of ITO area

After offering people a peep into the history of the iconic Mandi House, Delhi Metro is now working on extending the heritage ride to the upcoming ITO Metro station, which will tell the story of the making of post-colonial India.

Rains likely in Delhi on Sunday

It was a pleasant Sunday morning here with a minimum temperature of 25.6 degrees Celsius, a degree above normal. The Met Office has forecast light rainfall in some part of the city.