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CIC pulls up Lieutenant-Governor office over flip-flop on RTI plea

Asking the lieutenant-governor’s office to desist from adopting a flip-flop approach, the CIC has directed it to make clear within 30 days whether it considers itself a public authority under the Righ

VK Malhotra to vacate government house after 24 years

 V.K. Malhotra

The city administration on Monday granted a two-month extension to senior BJP leader V.K.

Kewal Sharma set to be next chief secretary

The stalemate over the appointment of the next Delhi chief secretary has finally been resolved, with senior IAS officer Kewal K.

Yogendra Yadav rejects crisis in AAP, praises CM

Yogendra Yadav

Even as the AAP acknowledged for the first time on Monday its internal rift, senior leader Yogendra Yadav on Monday dismissed reports of an ugly war amongst party’s top leadership and said that chief

Two teens die, 3 critical as Innova rams into them

Two teenagers were killed and three others injured when a speeding Toyota Innova rammed into a rickshaw carrying five minors near east Delhi’s New Ashok Nagar late on Monday night.

CAG audit of discoms necessary, govt to High Court

The Delhi high court on Monday was informed by the city’s AAP government that a CAG audit of the private discoms is necessary as these companies discharge a “public function.”

‘Budget ignored green concerns’

The Union Budget (2015-16) proposals have no strategy in place to address green concerns, according to the Centre of Science and Environment, adding that the only “green initiative” of the Narendra Mo

277-kg Iraqi loses 30kg in week after surgery

Doctors at a city hospital successfully brought down the weight of a 277-kg 35-year-old Iraqi national by 30 kgs in a week through a surgery.

Police busts arms racket, two arrested

The Delhi police’s special cell on Monday claimed to have made an alarming breakthrough by arresting two firearms traders, including a woman, and recovering 900 live cartridges from their possession.

Listening to Suresh Prabhu presenting the Railway Budget, I wondered whether he was really promising to bring back the halcyon days of luxury on the rails. But no, he can’t and won’t.

There always comes a time when you have to heed Jesus who said: “Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and unto God the things that are God’s.” So this time I will render unto the finance m