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SDMC school gets smart classrooms, CCTVs and library

Lieutenant-governor Najeeb Jung inaugurated smart classrooms, CCTVs and a library at a South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) primary school on Thursday.

Congress, JD-U, SP begin to explore possible alliance

The developing political situation in Uttar Pradesh has driven the Congress to do a rethink on alliances ahead of the Assembly elections there early next year.

Rules to reduce weight of schoolbags issued

From monitoring school bags of children to ensure they do not carry heavy load to teaching them correct lifting and carrying techniques are among the guidelines issued by the Delhi government to heads

Cabinet clears ‘strategic sale’ of some PSUs

For the first time since the Atal Behari Vajpayee government of over a decade ago, India will undertake the strategic sale of state-owned firms.

Next year, civils will be held in June

The civil services preliminary examination, to select IAS and IPS officers among others, will be held in June instead of August 2017.

Pak mission spy caught, told to leave India; 3 others held

Maulana Ramzan and Subhash Jangir arrested by Delhi police. (Photo: PTI)

India declared on Thursday Pakistan high commission staffer Mehmood Akhtar “persona non-grata”, and asked him to leave the country with his family in 48 hours, a day after he and two Indian co-conspir

Delhi High Court junks AAP government plea for action against ACB chief

The Delhi high court observed that “nothing remains” in the contempt plea against ACB chief M.K.

ISL Season 3: No home comfort for NorthEast as Kolkata zoom to top of table

Atletico de Kolkata hit back in spectacular fashion to floor NorthEast United FC 2-1 in an entertaining Hero Indian Super League battle in Guwahati on Friday. 

More trouble in offing for embattled BCCI?

A file photo of BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke (left) and president Anurag Thakur. (Photo: AP)

The Board of Control for Cricket in India may encounter fresh trouble after facing the prospect of the Justice Lodha Committee asking for Deloitte’s audit reports on the functioning of the its state a

Venkaiah Naidu bats for media self-regulation

Union information and broadcasting minister M.

At a recent conference on regional security in South Asia, a Pakistani official made a rather startling remark: “Even if you resolve Kashmir, it does not mean terrorism would stop”.

We’ve all heard of the classic “Dear John” letter. Well, this is a priceless “Dear Cyrus” missive that has turned corporate India upside down. There are theories and then there are more theories.