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Immigration officer harasses flyer, suspended

After the shocking incident of sexual harassment of a woman traveller by an immigration assistant at a Delhi airport came to light, the government swung into action and placed him under suspension.

E-ration service launched

Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday launched the e-ration service through which people can apply and obtain ration cards and check availability of foodgrains and their costs, making Delhi the fir

2nd missing officer’s body found

The body of the third crew member, Sub-Lt.

Centre turns down probe by CBI into nun gangrape

Gopal Sarkar, one of the accused of nun gangrape case being brought to the CID headquarters, in Kolkata. (Photo: AP)

The Centre has rejected the West Bengal government’s request for a CBI probe into the gangrape of a 71-year-old nun at a convent school in Nadia district that had led to nationwide outrage.

Dr Anil Kakodkar targets HRD policy

Noted nuclear scientist and chairman of board of governors, IIT-Bombay, Dr Anil Kakodkar said that the process of appointing IIT directors was not a casual one and the HRD ministry’s decision to carry

Nine Delhi University students hurt in lathicharge

Nine Delhi University students were injured after the police used force to stop them from marching towards the vice-chancellor’s office on Friday.

Railways hasn’t sanctioned Pune-Nashik route: Diwakar Raote

The state government on Friday admitted that the railway ministry had not sanctioned the new Pune-Nashik rail route.

MCD employees litter in protest

The tussle between the BJP-run municipal corporations and the AAP government worsened on Friday as employees of the civic bodies dumped garbage outside deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia’s apartment

BJP rebel to contest Tasgaon

In the Tasgaon Assembly bypoll, BJP has failed to convince rebel leader Advocate Swapnil Patil to withdraw his nomination against former home minister R.R. Patil’s widow Suman Patil.

Chewable tobacco banned in city

The AAP-led Delhi government has decided to ban the sale, purchase and storage of chewable tobacco in all forms in the national capital from Monday.

The controversy surrounding the banning of Leslee Udwin’s film India’s Daughter somehow glossed over the question as to how the permission to film the documentary was given, notwithstanding the well-e

In the early hours of January 11 this year, Priya Parameswaran Pillai, an Indian citizen, was all set to board an Air India flight to London from Delhi.