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Delhi Jal Board to cover more than 100 unauthorised colonies

Taking a leap in the Clean India campaign, the Delhi Jal Board (DJB) has decided to cover more than 100 unauthorised colonies with sewerage system.

Biggest hurdle lies in conflicting numbers

The biggest challenge while providing adequate number of shelter homes for the homeless in the capital during coming winter begins at their conflicting numbers of the homeless.

FIR against KMC principal over ‘illegal fund transfers’

An FIR has been lodged under different sections of IPC and Prevention of Corruption Act against acting-principal of Delhi University’s Kirori Mal College (KMC) and four other staffers of the college f

Woman acquitted of ‘pimping’ charge

A sessions court has acquitted a female pimp from the charges of Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (Mcoca) saying the police had no evidence against her.

Metro trains will ply till 10 pm on Diwali night

Anticipating high footfall of commuters on Diwali, the Delhi Metro has decided to revise the timing of the last train service on Thursday to 10 pm from the earlier time of 8 pm.

DPS principal’s daughter commits suicide

Anjana Saini

Twenty-nine-year-old daughter of the principal of the Delhi Public School, R.K. Puram allegedly committed suicide at his residence on Tuesday night.

Court demands evidence before FIR against cops

A Delhi court has asked a man to lead pre-summoning evidence in support of his allegation against six Delhi police officials for beating him in custody while dismissing his plea for registration of an

SDMC call centres for sanitation soon

The South Delhi Municipal Corporation is all set to launch a call centre to improve services in the sanitation area latest by December, to enhance its services.

Accident victim’s kin granted Rs 16 lakh

A Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (MACT) has awarded a compensation of over `16 lakh to the family of a 41-year-old man who was killed in a road accident involving a rashly driven tempo.

Foreign funding of NGOs is a topic that never seems to lose currency.

The recent comments of Justice Markandey Katju, a retired Supreme Court judge, in support of the uniform civil code on the ground that the Muslim personal law is “barbaric, backward and unjust” has ra