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All schools to be shut from May 11

Providing relief to lakhs of schoolchildren from extreme heat conditions in the national capital, the Delhi government on Tuesday ordered all schools in the city to advance their summer vacation to Ma

Seelampur: Realtor is dragged out of his office, shot dead

A 38-year-old property dealer-cum-builder was shot dead outside his office in Northeast Delhi’s Seelampur area on Monday night. Four bullets were pumped into his chest, said the police.

Officials to face action for delay in grievance redressal

In order to fast-track its public grievance management mechanism, the AAP government has reportedly decided to act against officials who are not able to redress grievances in set time frame in the nat

Teachers join JNU students on hungerstrike

Scores of JNU teachers on Tuesday observed a one-day hungerstrike in solidarity with the ongoing strike by students in protest against the punishments given by varsity in connection with the controver

NGT raps Delhi police over old cars

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The National Green Tribunal on Tuesday rapped the Delhi police on Tuesday, asking why the force had not taken any action to stop vehicles more than 15 years old from plying on the roads in the nationa

Municipal Corporations: Nominated AAP MLAs hardly attend any meet

Of the 13 AAP MLAs nominated to the three municipal corporations, six have not attended even a single House meeting of the civic bodies in 2015-16.

Student stabbed 42 times by 4 friends

A 20-year-old school student was stabbed to death outside his house in Madangir area of Southeast Delhi on Friday night.

Hindu College to reconsider stand on girls’ hostel

After announcing that no students would be admitted to its newly-constructed women’s hostel following protests over fees hike and strict set of rules from this year, the Delhi University’s Hindu Colle

Kailash Satyarthi writes to Modi over drought-affected children

Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi at a press conference in New Delhi on Tuesday.  (Photo: Bunny Smith)

Nobel Peace laureate Kailash Satyarthi has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, drawing his attention to the suffering of approximately 16 crore children across the country due to severe

Nothing illustrates the cost of wantonly discarding democracy and handing over the government to unelected officials than the case of Uttarakhand.

An aspect of the ongoing AgustaWestland scandal that has drawn the loudest blood-lust at the gladiators’ circus called Twitter is the Rs 50 crore that middlemen are reported to have earmarked for “man