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AAP students’ wing makes WI-FI pledge

The Delhi government has promised to provide wi-fi facilities in university areas by the end of the year, the ruling party’s st-udent wing said on Friday.

Chief Minister's secretary wanted to see chargesheet

Prosecutor accuses IAS of forcing him not to finalise report

10 policemen beaten up by thief’s kin, neighbours

At least 10 police personnel were injured after they were attacked by relatives and neighbours of a thief whom they had gone to arrest in New Delhi district’s Chanakyapuri area on Thursday night.

AAP slams ACB chief charges on CNG scam

The Aam Aadmi Party on Friday slammed the chargesheet filed by the anti-corruption branch (ACB) in the CNG fitness scam alleging that it was done in a “hurried” manner and a conspiracy to shield some

Missing kid’s body found in front of house

Three days after he had gone missing, a three-year-old boy’s body was found lying at the gate of his residence in South Delhi’s R.K. Puram area on Friday.

Ambulance services: Government, Wipro sign deal

To improve the healthcare facilities in the national capital, a state-of-the-art modern control room would be set up at Laxmi Nagar in trans-Yamuna area of the city.

Delhi HC to NDMC: Explain road name change

NDMC workers prepare the signboard of the newly-named A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Road, earlier known as Aurangzeb Road (PTI)

The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) was asked by the Delhi high court on Friday to apprise it on what basis it decided to change the name of Aurangzeb Road to A.P.J.

Staff shortage hits dengue drive by NDMC

The North Delhi Municipal Corporation is grappling with shortage of staff with more than half of the supervisory positions in the agency’s dengue prevention team lying vacant.

Civic bodies start dengue homework programme

To contain the escalating disease in the city, the three Delhi municipal corporations have initiated “dengue homework programme” in all of their schools.

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The agitation of the Patels in Gujarat has once again brought attention to the infuriating business of reservations in education and jobs.