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JNU PhD scholar chargesheeted for student’s rape

Anmol Ratan

The Delhi police has chargesheeted JNU’s Ph.D. student Anmol Ratan for raping a 28-year-old fellow student.

Lieutenant-Governor : Clear garbage dumps twice a day

Najeeb Jung

As the national capital continues to grapple with the worst outbreak of dengue and chikungunya, lieutenant-governor Najeeb Jung on Monday directed the civic bodies to get garbage dumps cleared twice a

Activist fired at, escapes unhurt

Two bike-borne assaila-nts allegedly opened fire on an RTI activist in East Delhi’s Mayur Vihar area on Sunday night.

Delhi Government inks pact with German state on higher education

The Delhi government and the German Federal Free State of Thuringia on Monday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for increasing cooperation in higher education.

Indicted by CAG, SDMC seeks report on dengue

The South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC), responsible for compiling reports on vector-borne diseases for all the civic bodies in the city, has sought report from the health department on the CAG f

Supreme Court steps in, puts government, MCDs on notice

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Attorney-general Mukul Rohatgi appearing for the Central government told the Supreme Court on Monday that it was the duty of the Delhi government to ensure that the national capital remained clean and

Accommodation, not sedition, main focus of new JNUSU president

Months after the infamous on-campus rally where slogans calling for India’s “dismemberment” were raised, the mood in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) is sombre.

CISF to induct eight dogs for Metro security


The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) is going to induct eight sniffer dogs for the Metro network security. It will help its personnel in protecting the Metro network.

Satyendar Jain blames civic bodies for poor sanitation

Satyendar Jain

Delhi Public Works Department minister Satyendar Jain on Monday blamed the civic bodies for poor sanitation conditions of Delhi saying that the BJP-run municipal corporations have “miserably failed” P

“Grab ‘em by the *****, their hearts and minds will follow.” — An American soldier, Vietnam, circa 1960s

After hearing the Pakistan PM’s ramblings on Kashmir at the UN General Assembly last week, one began to wonder how “sharif” (civil or civilised) Nawaz Sharif could possibly be, with or without officia