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Comic Con here in town

It started in 2011 when a group of youngsters, tired of the expense of travelling overseas to attend comic conventions, decided to start one of their own.

Delhi may soon become a landfill, warns high court

The Delhi HC on Thursday warned that the national capital will soon turn into a landfill since it already has around 20 million metric tonnes of waste with 8,000 metric tonnes being generated daily wi

Rash drivers, beware! Cops looking beyond drunks

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The Mumbai traffic police will conduct its annual drive against drunk driving between December 21, 2014 and January 1, 2015 with a severe crackdown on over-speeding and rash driving for the very first

Four get life imprisonment in L.N. Mishra murder case

A Delhi court sentenced three followers of Hindu sect Anand Marg and an advocate to life imprisonment for criminal conspiracy and murder of then railway minister L.N. Mishra in 1975.

As GSLV-MkIII soars, ISRO closer to manned flights

 The ISRO’s GSLV-Mark III rocket lifts off on a test flight carrying the CARE crew module— PTI

Inching closer to achieving its ambition of manned space flights, Isro successfully conducted the experimental launch of an unmanned crew module on board India’s latest generation launch vehicle, GSLV

‘Vigilance key to security’

The Peshawar school tragedy could very well happen in our schools said principals and members of parent-teacher associations, as the present security measures are insufficient.

Erratic market may hit divestment plan

The sharp volatility in the global markets and persistent weakness in Indian equities could potentially derail the government’s plan to divest its stake in public sector undertakings.

Bomb call at Gurgaon Metro station a hoax

Panic gripped Gurgaon’s busy Huda City Centre Metro Station and Vyapar Kendra after hoax calls were made by unidentified callers on Wednesday afternoon about bombs being placed there.

21 per cent increase in Indians planning to holiday abroad

Traditional travelling trends are changing in India with a 21 per cent rise in the number of travellers opting to go abroad this year.

Court tells police: Ensure civil liberty of innocents

A Delhi court has asked the Delhi police commissioner to take curative measures to ensure that the cops without any justification did not curtail “civil liberties of innocent, poor and helpless person

Ever since the Bharatiya Janata Party’s poster woman, Smriti Irani, has been made the Union human resources development minister, she has been embroiled in controversies.

India’s retail sector is a potpourri of formats.