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Delhi police says no to ‘car-free’ day

The Delhi police and the AAP government in the city are at loggerheads yet again. City police commissioner B.S. Bassi, in a letter written to Delhi chief secretary K.K.

Diesel cabs ban not implemented, Delhi HC told

The Delhi high court has been informed that its order upholding a ban on diesel cabs providing point-to-point service in the city was being implemented only against Ola while other app-based taxi serv

Congress to revamp city unit soon

The Delhi Congress is all set to reconstitute its state committee in the upcoming festival season.

Art, photo exhibits set to transform Delhi Metro

Commuters willing to spare a few minutes from their hurried pace under the capital's belly, will experience a visual treat with art and photography exhibitions, craft maps and rare artifacts coming up

Sultanpuri: Body found stuffed in a trunk

Police personnel posted in the Outer District were on their toe after the body of a 40-year-old man was found stuffed in an abandoned trunk in Sultanpuri area on Sunday morning.

Arvind Kejriwal visits Dadri, slams vote-bank politics

A village woman stops Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and Kumar Vishwas from entering Bishada village in Dadri. (Photo: PTI)

Locals protest against visitors, including politicians and scribes

AAP demands arrest of Karan Singh Tanwar

A senior NDMC official has alleged that he was manhandled by the civic body’s vice-chairman, Mr Karan Singh Tanwar, when he refused to stop an eviction drive.

CM’s visit political drama, says BJP

Slamming chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, the Delhi BJP on Saturday said that Mr Kejriwal should concentrate on development and governance in the city and stops politics of accusation and appeasement.

Dengue cases: Doctors start treatment even before reports out

As Delhi continues to grapple with a raging dengue crisis, doctors in government hospitals have started providing standard treatment required to alleviate symptoms in a suspected dengue patient withou

It’s an old cliche to say that we live in two countries — India and Bharat. The distinction is generally made along the urban-rural divide.

Hell hath no fury like a would-be minister scorned.