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Law officer stripped of power to vet bills

In what is presumed to be a direct attempt to gag the city’s law department from giving free and fair opinion on contentious issues, the AAP government has stripped its senior judicial officer of powe

Indian, French artists battle against human trafficking


A painting by an Indian artist on display at an exhibition organised to raise awareness about human trafficking at the Alliance Francaise in New Delhi on Saturday. — PTI

Scholars advocate coexistence of religions

Academicians and scholars, participating in a dialogue at Jamia Millia Islamia said that Islam is a religion of peace and mutual cooperation, advocating coexistence of people from different faith.

Valson Thampu pulls up St. Stephen’s staff

Valson Thampu

Facing criticism from faculty and staff members over his proposed amendment in college constitution, St.

Polycystic syndrome rise worries doctors

The polycystic ovarian syndrome is a major underlying cause of infertility among almost 60 per cent women.

Taslima Nasrin: Will continue my fight against evil forces

Taslima Nasreen. (Photo: PTI)

Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasrin, living in exile in India, on Saturday said she will not be silenced by fundamentalists and “continue to fight fundamentalists and evil forces until death”.

Group to fast for Rent Control Act

Fighting for proper accommodation for outstation students, a group called Right to Accommodation will launch indefinite hungerstrike from Sunday to demand implementation of the Delhi Rent Control Act.

Man posing as doctor held for duping people

A Munna Bhai M.B.B.S,-style fake doctor has landed in police net for allegedly duping innocent persons by posing as a medical doctor at a renowned central Delhi hospital.

Delhi HC orders free treatment for Hepatitis B patient


The Delhi high court has directed the Delhi government-run Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences to provide free treatment to 27-year-old Hanuman, a patient of Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HBsAG).

Delhi Jal Board employee stabbed to death

A 36-year-old Delhi Jal Board (DJB) employee was stabbed to death in northwest Delhi’s Ashok Vihar area on Friday evening.

Participating in the Constitution Day deliberations in Parliament on November 26, home minister Rajnath Singh spoke about how the words “secular” and “socialist” were interpolated into the Preamble in

After scoring an unprecedented victory at the hustings and with the din of electioneering having died out, it’s back to business for Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar.