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CBI probes model in chit fund scam

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After nailing 10 persons, including a couple of real estate developers and two newspaper owners, in the Artha Tatwa Group (AT Group) chit fund scam, the CBI has started to probe the alleged Ponzi firm

City plans plantation drive for medicinal herbs

The city administration has suggested that the hospitals and educational institutions must plant medicinal herbs in their green areas to help the Delhiites reap maximum health-related benefits from th

Crackdown on illicit liquor sale, 2,880 bottles seized

In a special drive against illicit liquor trading in the national capital, the city administration has recovered a huge stock of illicit liquor and has seized 2,880 bottles of different brands during

Man jailed, fined for outraging modesty of minor

A Delhi court has upheld the conviction of a man accused of outraging the modesty of a minor girl who used to come to his house to take tuition class from his wife.

Man freed in sexual assault case as victim turns hostile

A Delhi court has acquitted a man from charges of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl after the victim turned hostile.

22 year old gets 10 year ri for raping friend

A sessions court has awarded 10 years rigorous imprisonment to a 22-year-old man and also imposed a fine of Rs 7,500 on him for rape.

‘96% grievances are addressed’

The “Third Eye”, an initiative of the South Delhi Municipal Corporation to make the working of the department more effective, has attended to about 96 per cent of grievances it received from the peopl

11 lakh women to take part in awareness drive

About 11 lakh women in Delhi are being roped in by the city administration to raise awareness of violence against women on Thursday in their respective localities in the national capital.

Congress, PHD Chamber oppose circle rates hike

The Opposition Congress and an industry lobbying group have criticised a 20 per cent hike in the circle rates in the national capital, approved by lieutenant-governor Najeeb Jung.


Kashmir’s history is dotted with natural calamities and man-made disasters. And over the centuries the people of Jammu and Kashmir have perfected the art of rising from the ashes. They have seen famines and epidemics, floods and earthquakes, blazes and mayhem, organised violence and massacres, forced and voluntary migrations, incarcerations and worse.