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Najeeb Jung gave ‘safe exit’ to Sheila Dikshit aide?

 Najeeb Jung

Delhi lieutenant-governor Najeeb Jung is now facing allegations of providing a “safe exit” to an aide of former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit, who is facing serious charges of corruption and ext

Delhi Development Authority still has 1,600 ‘ghost’ employees?

The likelihood of “ghost employees” in the Delhi Development Authority has increased as over 1,600 employees are still “unaccounted for” and inconsistencies found in the DDA muster roll have not been

Smart & Sexy @ 70: Mahila Congress has plans for elderly

Taking a cue from the city administration, the women’s wing of the Delhi Congress is also in the process of creating a database of the elderly people so that they can be integrated into day-to-day soc

Crackdown on Vikas Marg from today

The congested Vikas Marg, considered as the lifeline of East Delhi, will soon be declared as a no-tolerance zone for traffic violations and encroachment.

Government asks staff for savings, bank details by October 15

The city administration has asked its employees to furnish all the details related to their savings, bank accounts and the properties owned by them and their family latest by October 15.

LNJP Colony nurse found dead at staff house

A 45-year-old nurse employed with one of the city’s major hospitals was found dead in mysterious circumstances inside the staff quarters where she lived after separating from her husband in Central De

97 of 14,071 inmates in Tihar have HIV/AIDS

As many as 97 people with HIV/AIDS are lodged in Tihar Jail, Asia’s largest prison.

Accident victim gets Rs 16lakh compensation for disability

A former student of Ramjas School, who had to leave his studies after he suffered 60 per cent mental disability in a road accident involving a rash driving, has been awarded a compensation of over Rs

Domestic help charged with rape, murder

The Delhi police has chargesheeted a 21-year-old domestic help of an 81-year-old woman, the wife of a former chief of a reputed news agency, for her rape and murder.

Batla House encounter: No change in six years

Six years have passed, but the stigma of the infamous Batla House encounter still haunts the residents of the largely Muslim-dominated locality in the heart of South Delhi.


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