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AAP government forms panel for white paper on power

The AAP-led Delhi government on Thursday constituted a single-member committee chaired former by Delhi Electricity Regulatory Committee (DERC) chairman Bijendra Singh to study the situation of the pow

Delhiites all set to paint the town in a million colours

As the city prepares for the festival of colours, Delhiites are all set to paint the town in a million colours.

I am a storyteller, not a writer: Jeffrey Archer

“I am not a writer, I am a storyteller. A writer knows exactly where he is going, I don’t.

CM Arvind Kejriwal admitted to Bengaluru clinic for 10-day course

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal meeting with a delegation of various Bar Associations of Delhi in New Delhi. AP

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday was admitted to a naturopathy institute on the city outskirts for a 10-day treatment of his persistent chronic cough problem and other ailments.

Amit Shah may bring new faces into team soon

Amit Shah may bring new faces into team soon (Photo: PTI/File)

BJP president Amit Shah might re-constitute his team by the end of this month and bring in some more new faces.

Government talks tough as BBC defies its ban

   Home minister Rajnath Singh speaks to the media in New Delhi on Thursday. (Photo: PTI)

The Centre has served a legal notice on the British Broadcasting Corporation for showing the documentary with the controversial interview of a December 16 gangrape convict despite the Union home minis

Private Hospitals: New system to allot beds to poor patients

Govt to open pharmacy at Apollo Hospital

Kareena praises Queen Kangna


While many actresses have been showering praise on B-town’s Queen Kangna Ranaut, we hear Kareena Kapoor Khan is the latest to join the list.

AAP rifts escalating, top leaders targeted

 Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal arrives at Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru for medical treatment—(Photo: Asian Age)

The battle within the Aam Aadmi Party continues to rage with fresh attacks being launched at the party leadership.

Rahul Gandhi picks Randeep Surjewala as media in-charge

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi picked Randeep Surjewala for media management, giving a clear message that his team of younger leaders is gearing up for a fight against the BJP and the Centre.

Politics is the art of the possible in which there can be strange bedfellows in pursuit of po-wer.

With the Israeli elections appr-oaching and Prime Mini-ster Benjamin Netany-ahu’s anti-Obama address to the joint US Congress on Iran, there is an air of unreality to the whole exercise.