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CM Kejriwal assures free legal aid to 1984 riots victims

Accusing the Centre of being “sitting ducks” on ensuring justice to the of 1984 anti-Sikh riots, chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday said that his government will extend free legal assistance to

Fresh scams in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh worrying BJP

Congress leaders Digvijay Singh and Mohan Prakash (extreme L) along with other party members. (Photo: PTI)

Govt prepares for Opposition flak in Monsoon Session

AAP government transfers VAT, excise department chiefs

In a significant move, the Delhi government on Tuesday transferred VAT commissioner Sanjiv Khirwal and excise commissioner Neeraj Semwal.

SJM: Land bill changes detestable, unacceptable

With the Monsoon Session commencing in another three weeks, which is likely to be on a stormy note due to host of issues, the government’s move to get the land amendment bill enacted appears to have f

Alumni seek CAG audit of finances of Stephen’s

A group of St. Stephen’s College alumni on Tuesday approached the CAG, demanding a special audit of the college finances.

Jitendra Singh against revocation of AFSPA

Union minister Jitendra Singh on Tuesday said he was not in favour of partial withdrawal of contentious AFSPA in Jammu and Kashmir.

Raze BRT corridor: AAP MLA

Former Delhi transport minister and AAP MLA from Greater Kailash Saurabh Bhardwaj on Tuesday demanded dismantling of controversial BRT corridor between Ambedkar Nagar and Moolchand with immediate effe

MHA gives Teesta NGOs 15 days to reply

The sword is hanging on social activist Teesta Setalvad’s NGOs which are under scanner for violating provisions of the Foreign Contributions Regulation Act (FCRA) with top government sources saying th

AAP government increases VAT cap to 30 per cent

Amidst strong opposition by the BJP, the Delhi Vidhan Sabha on Tuesday passed the Delhi Value Added Tax (Second Amendment) Bill to increase the cap of VAT rate from 20 per cent to 30 per cent on sever

Two crore households have differently-abled

The latest census data on disabled persons has shown an increase in households which have disabled persons with as many as 2.08 crore households in the country having differently-abled persons.

It was on June 26, 1975, that the Emergency was declared in the country.

The declaration of a state of Emergency in India forty years ago is a matter of debate even now.