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Woman gangraped in moving car in Dwarka

A 23-year-old married woman was allegedly gangraped in a moving car by four unidentified assailants in Dwarka area of southwest district late on Wednesday night.According to the police, the incident t

Rajnath meets Jung over govt formation

Delhi lieutenant-governor Najeeb Jung met Union home minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday as the Aam Aadmi Party ramped up its demand that the Delhi Assembly be dissolved and fresh elections be held in

Delhi University student didn’t mention ragging in police complaint

A day after an alleged incident of ragging was reported from northwest Delhi’s Satyawati College (Evening), the victim, Puneet Kumar, alleged that the complaint filed with the police had no mention of

High Court ‘pained’ by violence against North East people

The Delhi high court on Thursday said that it was “pained” by increase in incidents of violence against people from the Northeast despite orders to the concerned authorities to assure the safety of th

Ministry to start bungalow eviction drive on Sunday

From Sunday onwards, the Union urban development ministry is likely to start the eviction process of the former ministers and leaders who have not vacated their official bungalows as yet.The deadline

PWD asks Centre for 80 Commonwealth flats

To meet the shortfall of the official residences for the civil servants in the national capital, the public works department has asked the ministry of urban development for allotment of 80 houses in t

New parking plan to make space for buses

In an ambitious plan to meet the shortage of parking space for more cluster buses, the South Delhi Municipal Corporation has decided to hand over a parking lot at Sunahari Nallah in front of Dayal Sin

Goverment seeks to generate revenue from waste

Keeping in mind the ongoing waste management crisis in Delhi, the government on Thursday pointed out that they will have to explore innovative ideas to deal with the situation.

Subsidised foodgrains to soon be reality

The city’s food and supplies department has started delivering new ration cards under the National Food Security Act, 2013, through which residents in the national capital will receive highly-subsidis

It is a measure of Sri Lanka’s return to “normal” democratic politics that conspiracy theories are once again resonating in Colombo.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government faces significant challenges in trying to reinvigorate India’s economy back to the robust growth it enjoyed a few years ago.