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Journalists are like contemporary historians: Najeeb Jung

Najeeb Jung

Delhi lieutenant-governor Najeeb Jung on Thursday described journalists as “contemporary historians” and said they must therefore ensure that they rise above “primordial sentiments” in discharging the

Tihar clash: Magisterial inquiry to probe deaths

The Delhi government on Thursday ordered a magisterial inquiry to probe the deaths of two undertrials, both in their late 20s, in the high-security Tihar Jail on Wednesday and also sought a detailed r

Dadri lynching incident an alarm bell: Gautam Buddh Nagar DM

Gautam Buddh Nagar district magistrate N.P.

Yadav Singh case: CBI raids four real estate firms

The CBI on Thursday conducted searches at 12 locations in Delhi and the National Capital Region at the premises of the directors of four firms in connection with the case of alleged corruption against

Government wants Delhi University Vice-Chancellor to go before retirement?

With barely three weeks remaining till his retirement, the human resources development ministry is understood to have recommended to President Pranab Mukherjee to ask Delhi University vice-chancellor

3 shot at in road rage incidents

Three persons were shot at in two separate incidents of road rage in the past 24 hours in the national capital.

Air Pollution: Top court seeks ideas from government

The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the Centre, the Delhi government and amicus curiae Harish Salve to give suggestions on how to control the high level of air pollution in the capital.

NGT hearing on Ramlila plea disrupted by 2 men

Unruly scenes were witnessed during a hearing in the National Green Tribunal on Thursday on a plea to stop plans to organise a Ramlila in an East Delhi park, prompting the panel to call the police ins

‘Eco-sensitive’ zone: NGT seeks Centre response

A Noida resident’s plea challenging the Union environment ministry’s demarcation of eco-sensitive zone around the Okhla bird sanctuary prompted the National Green Tribunal to seek response from the Ce

Dwarka realtor shot dead, police gets CCTV footage

A 41-year-old property dealer was shot dead by 3-4 unidentified assailants in Southwest Delhi’s Dwarka area late on Wednesday night.

Old Bombay-Delhi battles used to go like this. Delhi : Look at our wide roads, our grand homes, our lovely winter. Bombay: You are an overgrown village. This then changed to —

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is developing the habit of responding only to prodding of the presidential variety. The credit for securing the first response goes to American President Barack Obama.