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City to crack whip on unapproved e-rickshaws

The city administration and the traffic police are all set to crack the whip on manufacturers, suppliers, dealers and e-rickshaw operators who have failed to obtain approval for the battery-operated v

Delhi boy tops CBSE Class 12, Kejriwal daughter scores 96%

Delhi boy Sarthak Agarwal is reportedly the all-India topper with an aggregate of 99.6 per cent in the CBSE Class 12 examinations, results for which were declared in the Delhi and Dehra Dun region on

Dissatisfied parents mull review plea

The Supreme Court’s verdict in the inter-state transfer case for nursery admissions on Wednesday has elated the petitioners.

Schools not keen on seat increase

The Delhi schools representatives on Wednesday have submitted their reply against the relaxation on the “inter-state transfer” cases in he nursery schools on Wednesday.

‘Some 3,000 kids may benefit from move’

Many parents and experts on Monday welcomed the Supreme Court move, asking the Delhi government to consider increasing 5-6 seats in schools for nursery admissions.

Teachers pin hopes on BJP govt

The Left-inclined teachers are pinning their hope on the BJP government, as the party has assured students it will scrap the controversial four-year undergraduate programme after it comes to power.

Anti-bias cell for transgenders?

The ministry of social justice and empowerment is examining the recommendation of a DU professor on education and employment opportunities for transgenders and eunuchs and the possibility of setting u

Summer holiday plans go for a toss

Shantanu Mehrotra, an executive working for a MNC bank, had to cancel his family holiday in Mussoorie as he was not able to get his daughter admitted to any nursery school in Delhi.

‘AAP not a factor in North-East’

In North-East Delhi, voters feel that the Aam Aadmi Party will not make a significant mark in the Lok Sabha elections, but will manage to meaningfully compete against its rival parties.

Philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche was oracular in his prophecy: “When we are tired, we are attacked by ideas we conquered long ago”. Sixty-two years after the Sino-India border conflict, the Indian state remains obtusely paranoid about making the Henderson Brooks Report public.

Wellington, New Zealand Rarely, if ever, have I written a self-referential essay. However, I had occasion to visit the Te Papa Tongarewa, the National Museum of New Zealand. My leisurely stroll through the museum enabled me to peruse the exhibits with some care.