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Internal marks could affect SSC students, say academicians

Class 10 students studying in state board-run schools may face a tough time competing with students from other boards for an FYJC seat in premier junior colleges in the city as academicians from state

4 doctors booked for woman’s death

A 30-year-old woman, who was being treated at a nursing home in Govandi after having recently miscarried, died on Saturday as she had allegedly received wrong treatment.

App to help senior citizens in emergency is launched

With a view to enhance the safety and security of senior citizens, Welfare First, an NGO, has launched a mobile phone application through which citizens can receive prompt police support on pressing a

Police still clueless over murder of 7-year-old

The Mumbai police seems to be still struggling to get any clue in connection with the murder case of a seven-year-old who was found dead on Tuesday.

Convicts challenge sentence in robbery case

Three of the four death row convicts in the December 16 gangrape and murder case have moved the Delhi high court challenging the 10-year jail term awarded to them by a trial court in a robbery case.

Development Plan dedicates chapter to women’s provisions

After the earlier Development Plan (2034) faced severe criticism for being gender-biased, the Revised Draft Development Plan (DP) has published an entire chapter with special provisions for women.

JNU to reconsider plan to start yoga and culture courses


After six months, the Jawaharlal Nehru University has decided to reconsider its junked proposal of introducing short-term courses in Indian culture and yoga in the varsity to propagate spiritual and m

New parking concept proposed

To advance the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) pet plan to improve the parking situation in Mumbai, the Development Plan 2034 (DP) has proposed a bifurcation in the concept of parking withi

Cops hold meet to restore calm in South Delhi

Five persons were arrested on Sunday by Delhi police in connection with alleged assault on African nationals in South Delhi’s Mehrauli area in which seven of them were injured.

Eating out, travel to cost more from Wednesday

Come Wednesday, you will have to pay more for making calls, eating out, air or rail travel, buying and renewing insurance, watching films at cinema halls and TV through DTH, among many others services

The tragic murder of a student from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Masunda Kitada Oliver, on a street in Delhi by three Indian men is a reminder of a malaise in our national psyche — colour bias an

India needs to catch up in creating memorials and museums dedicated to events that have had a huge impact on us.