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Delhi now ‘surrogacy capital’ of India

Delhi is fast emerging as a major hub for surrogacy in the country.

List to name cops who flout transfer norms

The Delhi police is in the process of preparing a list of those personnel who have managed to stay put in their posts for more than 10 years, which is reportedly in clear violation of the rules that s

Man killed over parking dispute

A 57-year-old businessman was allegedly beaten to death at his residence in Central Delhi’s West Patel Nagar area on Sunday following an alleged argument over car parking.

Courses to make babus efficient

To develop efficiency and help bureaucrats adopt a systematic approach, the Directorate of Union Territory of Civil Services (UTCS) has introduced new short-duration courses.

Fate of FYUP laptops hangs in balance

The Delhi University is unsure as to what should be done with the laptops which were supposed to be distributed to the first-year students under the ambitious four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP),

‘Power from waste is harmful’

The city’s first scientific landfill site, Narela-Bawana of the North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC), landed into a controversy after Nagpur-based National Environmental Engineering Research Insti

Dead jawan’s kin get Rs 55 lakh relief

A Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (MACT) has directed a private insurance firm to pay over Rs 55 lakhs to the family of a 29-year-old Army jawan, who was killed in a road accident involving a rashly dr

President inspired babu clicks winged wonders

An observation by President Pranab Mukherjee that the bird habitat in the Rashtrapati Bhavan should be studied, inspired bureaucrat Thomas Mathew to photograph 111 avian species in the sprawling estat

Court acquits man of woman’s rape

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A sessions court has acquitted a man of the charges of raping a woman on the pretext of marriage saying the physical relation between them were consensual, the woman was married and she cannot say that she was cheated by the accused

In Gurez, at the upper edge of northern Kashmir Valley, a serene calm prevails along the Line of Control. The undulating rhythms of the Kishanganga river that rolls through bowl-shaped valleys surrounded by the Himalayas on all four sides put Switzerland to shame.

Besides controlling food inflation, the most challenging task before Narendra Modi is to create jobs for millions of young men and women, some of whom were responsible for his resounding victory in the elections. It is one thing to promise jobs and another to actually create them.