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SDMC gets machines to manage waste better

In attempt to manage 2,400 metric tonnes of daily waste at its landfill site, the South Delhi Municipal Corporation has inducted two advanced hydraulic-operated bulldozers and two new excavators for l

Gold futures slide on weak global cues, profit-booking

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Gold is trading at Rs 29,860 per 10 grams.

SC refuses to ask Maharashtra to totally cut water supply to liquor

Supreme Court

The bench said that these were policy decisions and the court's interference would be like taking over governance.

Dust storm cuts supply of electricity, uproots trees

Sudden dust storm in the national capital uprooted trees and snapped power supply in many areas as branches fell on them, even as the Delhi government on Monday said that the power distribution compan

Air ambulance with 7 people on board crashes near Delhi

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According to Delhi Police, the chartered plane of Alchemist airlines was coming from Patna.

Youth electrocuted while trying to plug in charger

A 26-year-old manager was electrocuted on Sunday afternoon when he accidentally touched the plug of his laptop’s wire while trying to charge it at his home.

Private colleges to come under NEET: Union Health Minister

Approximately five states have undertaken their test. 6.5 lakh candidates have appeared in various state exams.

Nadda said the students in states will get an opportunity to appear this year (2016-17) for undergraduate exams.

‘VAT department AAP’s tool for party fund’

 Satish Upadhyay

The Delhi BJP has alleged that the Kejriwal government has made the VAT department its tool to raise electoral funds for the ruling Aam Aadmi Party.

Modi govt to highlight achievements in 200 'nerve centres' for 2nd anniversary

The slew of measures planned in order to reach out to people and widen  media outreach further include holding sammelans. (PTI

The Modi government would complete two years in office on May 26.

Bread you eat can cause cancer: CSE

84% of 38 brands of breads test positive for potassium bromate, potassium iodate; probe ordered

Wandering about the near empty streets of a somnolent Lisbon on Sunday it seemed incredible that for years I was expressly forbidden to visit the Portuguese capital. Not me alone. No Indian could.

This is the first time that an election result in a Northeast state has got so much attention in the so-called national media.