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Election Commission starts to weed out fake voter cards

The Election Commission is in the process of registering criminal cases against the officials and employees responsible for making fake voter cards in the national capital.

Government likely to extend deadline

The city administration is expected to postpone the December 1 deadline to make pollution under control (PUC) certificates a mandatory pre-requisite for purchase of fuel in the national capital.

AAP plans Rs 20,000-per-plate lunch for funds

To boost its war chest, the Aam Aadmi Party will host a fundraising lunch in the national capital on November 30.

Bulldozer has to pass over me now, says Rahul Gandhi in slum

Rahul Gandhi is surrounded by supporters during his visit to Rangpuri Pahari slum in Vasant Kunj on Thursday. 	— BIPLAB BANERJEE

As a run-up to the Assembly elections, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi tried to connect with the party’s lost votebank by visiting slums of South Delhi’s Rangpuri Pahari area, which were recently

Delhi has over 16,000 homeless people

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Informing the Rajya Sabha on Thursday, the minister of state for housing & urban poverty alleviation Babul Supriyo said that there are only 16,600 homeless people in the national capital.

Former KMC principal is booked

Former principal of Kirori Mal College, Dr Bhim Sen Singh, has been booked for cheating and alleged misappropriation of government funds.

No BJP tickets for old leaders

Ahead of the Assembly polls, the BJP is planning to give tickets to youth to counter the AAP, which is a predominantly youth party compared to the BJP, while sidelining senior leaders above the age of

New norms for non-lung TB soon

India has initiated the process of formulating standardised clinical guidelines for managing extra-pulmonary tuberculosis, which occurs outside lungs.

Haryana told to use Munak canal to release water

The Delhi high court on Thursday directed Haryana to release water into the Munak canal, which could result in around 80-90 million gallons per day of water being saved that can be used by the people

Viswanathan Anand has for the second year running been outclassed in the World Chess Championship by a player nearly 20 years his younger.

Narendra Modi was sworn in as Prime Minister on May 26, 2014, and has clearly won the sprint when his government completes six months in office on November 26.