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City declares Sushil Kumar as its brand ambassador

Najeeb Jung felicitates Sushil Kumar at the Delhi Secretariat . Mr Kumar also declared him the brand ambassador of Delhi

Thirty-one-year-old wrestler Sushil Kumar, who has won several medals in the international wrestling championships, was on Friday declared as the brand ambassador of the national capital by the city a

Yamuna to get interceptors by July ’15

Delhi’s lieutenant-governor Najeeb Jung said on Friday that 70 per cent of the pollutants would be prevented from entering into the Yamuna river by setting up interceptors by July next year.

Registration of DDA housing scheme to begin September 1

After a gap of four years, the Delhi Development Authority on Friday announced its ambitious housing scheme of more than 25,000 flats in the national capital.Registration for a total of 25,034 flats w

Property dealer shot at in road rage incident

In yet another case of road rage, a property dealer, identified as Vipin Rajput, was shot at by unidentified youths after his car brushed them in central Delhi’s West Patel Nagar area on Thursday nigh

Sex ratio increases, infant mortality dips

The sex ratio in the national capital has increased from 886 females per 1,000 males in 2012 to 895 in 2013.

AAP thinks it will sweep if Delhi has re-election


The Aam Aadmi Party has claimed that it got a tremendous response from the people in favour of fresh Assembly election in Delhi as part of its initiative to reach out to the public through its ambitio

Congress calls AAP survey bogus, plans to file suit

DPCC chief Arvinder Singh Lovely hands over a “charge-sheet” against the BJP and the AAP to L-G Najeeb Jung in New Delhi

The Delhi Congress on Friday described the Aam Aadmi Party’s internal survey of Assembly seats in the national capital as a bogus drama to prevent its MLAs from breaking away.

City unable to locate 107 ‘lost’ water bodies

Despite directives from a Delhi court to trace and revive the “lost” water bodies in the national capital, the city administration has been unable to locate any of these water bodies.

No Urdu, Muslim students have to study Sanskrit

Even as government schools have been directed by the city administration to make provision to teach Urdu to students belonging to the minority community, Muslim students in as many as 100 government s

Measures to ensure Yamuna not polluted

Even religious sentiments are not going to deter the city government from keeping the Yamuna river free from pollutants in the national capital.

With the foreign secretary level talks between India and Pakistan being iced due to the meeting between Kashmiri separatists and the Pakistani high commissioner, it may be worth recalling an episode from contemporaneous history.

As the old saying goes, “Can you say ‘boo’ to a goose?” Well, in India, we don’t waste our precious time booing geese. We reserve our boos for chief ministers. Each time the Prime Minister steps out to attend important functions in states that are still hanging on to their own non-BJP leaders (with time bombs ticking away), the crowds make sure nobody but Narendra Modi is heard.