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AAP initiative to develop Burari office

Transport authority to get CCTVs, control room as per proposed project

AAP initiative to develop Burari office

To reform the Burari tran-sport authority, Delhi’s AAP government has de-cided to carry out a pilot project, under which it would seek required cha-nges like policy revamp, setting up of central contr

Student hangs self at AIIMS girls hostel

An MBBS student allegedly committed suicide on Sunday morning in her hostel room at the prestigious All-India Institute of Medical Sciences.

AAP: Government accepts land bill a mistake

The AAP on Sunday charged that the BJP-led NDA government had “finally accepted its mistake” over the Land Bill issue after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that the Centre would not be further

To streamline functioning, JNU adopts e-governance

In a novel move aimed at streamlining the administrative functioning through a paperless procedure, eve-ry official file that now is sent to the Jawaharlal Nehru University vice-chancellor’s office fo

To streamline functioning, JNU adopts e-governance

In a novel move aimed at streamlining the administrative functioning through a paperless procedure, eve-ry official file that now is sent to the Jawaharlal Nehru University vice-chancellor’s office fo

Plastic packaging: NGT seeks centre proposal on ban

The National Green Tribunal has directed the Centre and various stakeholders to file their submissions on a proposal that there should be a complete prohibition on the use of plastic packaging in food

Tribunal questions mechanism of checking emissions from vehicles

The NGT has objected to the Centre’s submission that fitness and not age be the sole criterion in phasing out old vehicles and raised questions over the existing system of issuing pollution under cont

Punjab purge: BJP jibes at ‘autocratic’ CM

Satish Upadhyay

A day after the AAP suspended its two Punjab MLAs, the Delhi BJP took a dig at chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, saying that the Sunday’s decision indicated his “autocratic behaviour”.

A great Zen master, in charge of the monastery of Mayu Kagi, owned a cat, who was the real love of his life.

To understand the Patidar, or Patel, stir in Gujarat, let us look at the background.