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Movement of Barack Obama slows down traffic

Policemen stand guard at Rajpath on the eve of the Republic Day parade in New Delhi on Sunday. — PTI

Heavy traffic snarls were reported from across the city on Sunday due to the movement of US President Barack Obama’s convoy.

Make city secure for women: Lieutenant-governor

Lieutenant-governor Najeeb Jung on Sunday called upon the citizens to make the city friendly and secure for women and to vote enthusiastically for the polls on February 7.

Congress aims to woo Muslim voters in 32 vital seats

To woo back Muslim voters in the city, the Congress is strategically targeting those 32 seats where the community’s vote share is more than 10 per cent.

3-year-old raped in Delhi

A three-year-old girl was allegedly raped by a man in south Delhi, the police said on Sunday.

Russian assaulted by auto driver in Delhi

In yet another attack against a foreign national, a 25-year-old Russian woman was allegedly molested by an autorickshaw driver in south Delhi’s Vasant Kunj area on Saturday night.

AAP lines up flash mobs, concerts to woo youth

In a bid to woo youth and first-time voters in the city, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has roped in volunteers of its students’ wing to hold flash mob performances and roadside concerts in the city.

Order on plea against L-G order over ex-councillors reserved

The Delhi high court has reserved its verdict on a petition seeking setting aside of lieutenant-governor’s (L-G) order denying the sanction to prosecute eight former MCD councillors who were allegedly

Barack Obama visit may brighten BJP’s chances in Delhi polls

US President Barack Obama’s visit to India is likely to go in favour of the BJP in the Delhi Assembly elections.

Republic Day security in place by 3 am

As ensuring foolproof security during Republic Day parade is being seen as a litmus test for the Indian security agencies, over 70,000 policemen are all set to take guard for the occasion.

Delhiites high over Barack Obama’s Republic Day visit

US President Barack Obama remained the “talking point” for the Delhiites as soon as he reached the capital city on Sunday.

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