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Nitish Katara case: Supreme Court rules out death penalty for Vikas and Vishal Yadav

Vikas and Vishal Yadav, serving 30-year jail terms for brutally killing Nitish Katara in 2002, on Friday escaped death penalty, with the Supreme Court ruling it out, rejecting the plea of the victim’

Man dies of swine flu in city

A 59-year-old man undergoing treatment for swine-flu at Safdarjung Hospital here has died, in what is believed to be the first death from H1N1 influenza in the national capital this season.

NDMC schools short of notebooks

Students in schools run by the North Delhi Municipal Corporation are yet to receive their notebooks seven months after the new academic session began.

Supreme Court says will pass order on green tax on Monday

The Supreme Court on Friday said it will pass orders on Monday on imposing compensatory surcharge on commercial vehicles passing through Delhi to ensure that high level of pollution and toxicity in th

Asim Ahmed Khan alleges ‘conspiracy’, opposition attacks AAP

Hours after he was sacked from the Delhi Cabinet over corruption charges, a “surprised and shocked” AAP MLA Asim Ahmed Khan on Friday said there was a “big conspiracy” against him which prompted the g

Came across audio of sacked minister: Yogendra Yadav

Former AAP leader Yogendra Yadav on Friday claimed that “someone” had told him about an audio which involved sacked Delhi minister Asim Ahmed Khan allegedly demanding a bribe of Rs 6 lakh.

3 men on 1 bike killed in accident

Three youth — identified as Nishant (20), Manish (19) and Yogesh (20) — died after the motorcycle they were travelling on was involved in a head-on collision with a Tata 709 tempo in west Delhi’s Raja

Forensic lab rapped by court

A fast-track court in Delhi has rapped the officials of the Delhi police and the Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) for adopting a casual approach and not filing forensic reports in connection with a s

Jamia Millia Islamia to offer lateral entry to Navy staff

Indian Navy personnel and officers will now be able to take lateral entry in various academic courses offered at Jamia Millia Islamia under a special arrangement between the varsity and the Navy.

Old Bombay-Delhi battles used to go like this. Delhi : Look at our wide roads, our grand homes, our lovely winter. Bombay: You are an overgrown village. This then changed to —

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is developing the habit of responding only to prodding of the presidential variety. The credit for securing the first response goes to American President Barack Obama.