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Congress MLAs meet Sonia Gandhi to bring Sheila Dikshit back

Sheila Dikshit

In a significant development, two senior Congress legislators from the Delhi unit met AICC chief Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday and urged her to bring former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit back in Delhi

Narendra Modi favours fresh polls, but not now

Narendra Modi favours fresh polls, but not now

Prime Minister doesn’t want party be seen indulging in horse-trading to form government.

Government: Special Investigation Team to probe death

Kiren Rijiju

The Union government has constituted a special investigation team to probe the “shocking and unfortunate” death of a Manipuri youth who was beaten to death on Monday.

1 more accused held, 3 sent to custody

Akha Salouni

A day after the 29-year-old BPO employee from Manipur was beaten to death on Monday by five youth in South Delhi’s Kotla Mubarakpur area, one more person was arrested by the Delhi police, taking the t

AIIMS to build integrated OPD complex

As the number of patients visiting the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) increases on a daily basis, the hospital has decided to build an integrated complex for its OPD, emergency and di

Bogus cards used to avail PDS benefits

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As many as seven lakh bogus ration card holders in the city, who fall under the Above Poverty Line (APL) category, are suspected to be availing of benefits under the city government’s Public Distribut

Draw for waitlisted registrants August 8

The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) will hold a draw for the allotment of plots for remainder of the registrants for its Rohini Residential Scheme on August 8, the urban body said on Tuesday.

BJP MP meets Lieutenant-Governor with MLAs

The BJP MP from North-West Delhi, Dr Udit Raj, along with several MLAs from his constituency on Tuesday met Delhi lieutenant-governor Najeeb Jung to discuss several problems concerning the residents o

Acid as toilet cleaner poses health risks

Over 91 per cent of the doctors link acids used as toilet cleaners with respiratory and other diseases as 59 per cent of Delhiites regularly use them for toilet cleaning, according to a study conducte

Much as I am tempted to see the fuss over Ved Pratap Vaidik’s posturing as a warning against busybodies and meddlers, wholesale condemnation of what is known as Track Two diplomacy might be unfair.

There is considerable speculation about when the Planning Commission will be reconstituted and who will occupy the largest room in Yojana Bhavan.