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Group claims Delhi becoming a hub for human trafficking

Criminals involved in human trafficking are thriving in the city.

City pollution breaching right to happy life: President

“Distressing” pollution levels in cities have “breached” people’s right to lead a healthy, happy and productive life, President Pranab Mukherjee said on Tuesday.

AIIMS study: Depression influences epilepsy care

A recent study by the AIIMS has revealed that a feeling of being stigmatised or having comorbid depression in a person with epilepsy significantly influences epilepsy care and treatment.

Student’s murder: Khatri father grilled

The Delhi police on Tuesday questioned Rajkumar Khatri, father of Naveen Khatri who allegedly murdered his girlfriend before hiding her body for five days at his home in northwest Delhi’s Model Town a

Section of workers call off strike

A day after the Delhi high court told the municipal employees to call off their strike, differences among the MCD unions came out in the open, with a few of the bodies affiliated to the Bhartiya Mazdo

Delhi High Court: Why ban documentary when it is on Internet?

The Delhi high court on Tuesday wondered what purpose does the ban on a controversial documentary on December 16 gangrape case serve when it is available on Internet and asked the police to submit the

‘MCDs won’t follow AAP conditions’

Deciding not to comply with the conditions imposed by the Kejriwal government for sanctioning loan to North and East Delhi Municipal Corporations, the Delhi BJP said that the two local bodies, where i

Woman held for killing son with lover’s help

In a shocking case, a woman and her paramour allegedly beat her four-year-old son to death and threw the body out of a train, the police said on Tuesday.

Private college dean robbed of SUV, cash

Dean of a private college in the city was allegedly robbed of his sports utility vehicle (SUV) and Rs 50,000 in cash by unidentified armed assailants in outer Delhi’s Kanjhawala late on Monday evening

The import of the constitutional impasse in Arunachal Pradesh goes beyond the technicalities of gubernatorial action and powers that the Supreme Court is ascertaining.

Though the victory march of the Bharatiya Janata Party that began in 2014 was brought to a halt in 2015 with major setbacks in the Delhi and Bihar Assembly elections, there seems to be a reversal of t