The Delhi government on Sunday said its “Chunauti 2018” academic plan has entered a new phase this week as the entire school machinery is geared up to meet the “100 per cent Ability to Read” target.
Comparing the raging anger in the country against Pakistan in the aftermath of the Uri attack where 18 soldiers were martyred to the sentiments witnessed during the 1965 India-Pakistan war, Prime Mini
There is a shortage of private middle-level schools in the national capital due to large land requirement for recognition, affecting the implementation of right to education, a committee representing
India is now unlikely to give French defence contractor DCNS an order for three additional submarines that the latter had offered, apart from the six already being built at the city-based Mazagon Dock
Following the footsteps of Delhi University’s regular colleges, the varsity’s School of Open Learning (SOL) will also be introducing the choice-based credit system (CBCS) for the students from the cur
RBI governor Urjit Patel may still for the first and last time exclusively take a call on interest rates on October 4 despite the government nominating members to the new Monetary Policy Committee.
In a first, Tata Power consumers in Delhi will soon be able track their daily electricity consumption and find out the reasons for technical fault in transmi-ssion line with the company working on a R
External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj is all set to deliver a stinging reply to Pakistan on Monday in her speech at the UN General Assembly, even as Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif — jittery over India ra
Last year, as the scourge of dengue went on a rampage across the national capital and Delhi’s hospitals reported 409 deaths due to dengue, the Dengue Death Review Committee confirmed only 60 deaths.
Apart from the political mudslinging, the vector-borne diseases have also left doctors divided with some asserting only 0.1 per cent people run the risk of dying due to its complications while other m