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Shocked kin say Rajat Menon didn’t have bad habits

The relatives of Rajat Menon, a Class 9 student who was beaten to death in East Delhi’s Mayur Vihar on Wednesday evening, remain in shock at his native village in Kottayi, near here.

Doctors on call for government hospitals?

In a bid to create a better health ecosystem in the capital, the Delhi government is considering replication of the “doctors on call” model of private hospitals and creating a pool of specialists in

DU Admissions: Website crashes, chaos, confusion reign on Day 1

Panic ruled the first day of Delhi University’s admission process with university’s website crashing on Thursday, playing a spoilsport in the varsity’s maiden efforts at making the entire process onli

Delhi airport’s Klout surpasses global biggies

Actress Shilpa Shetty signs her book The Great Indian Diet at IGI Airport.

In a recent survey, Delhi’s IGI Airport has scored higher Klout Score as compared to some of the top airports across the globe like Heathrow and Schiphol.

Delhi High Court refuses to interfere in Khalsa admission process

Delhi university’s Khalsa college will continue its admission process for this session under the minority status as the Delhi high court refused to entertain an appeal against its single judge decisio

Najeeb Jung, Sheila Dikshit, Vijende Gupta skip iftar party organised by AAP

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Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal (from right), vice-president Hamid Ansari and deputy CM Manish Sisodia at an iftar party in New Delhi on Thursday. (Photo: Bunny Smith)

Signal snag leaves Delhi Metro commuters stranded

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Signalling woes and subsequent application of emergency brakes on the Delhi Metro’s Samaypur Badli to Huda City Centre corridor of Yellow line created inconvenience to commuters during morning peak ho

Supreme Court refuses to stay toll collection on DND

The Supreme Court on Thursday refused to restrain Noida Toll Bridge Company Ltd (NTBCL) from collecting toll on the DND flyway connecting Noida and Delhi and asked the Allahabad high court to expediti

Congress leader drive helps Kirori youth fulfil dreams

Fighting demons of drug abuse and gambling that is spreading like cancer in Outer Delhi’s Kirori area, about 500 young men have been training hard for the last one year to get jobs in private sector c

Great Britain, ironically, followed India last Friday by rejecting its long-held belief in an open economy with fiscal stability and competitiveness as the drivers of sustained growth.

K.G. Subramanyan was one of the most important figures in Indian art, particularly in the period after Independence.