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Poster war: BJP puts up bills against AAP advertisements

AAP government had put up posters requesting the Prime Minister to allow the city dispensation to work. (Photo: ANI/Twitter)

Delhi government set aside Rs 526 crore for its advertisement campaign

Poster war: Now BJP puts up bills against AAP advertisements

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. (Photo: PTI)

Delhi government set aside Rs 526 crore for its advertisement campaign

DCW to study 'increasing' crimes against women, writes to Bassi

New Delhi Commission for Women chief Swati Maliwal. (Photo: PTI)

Maliwal also sought information on the number of complaints of crime against women

Indian Army, PLA hold maiden personnel meet at DBO in Ladakh

The delegations were led by Brigadier JKS Virk from the Indian side and Senior Colonel Chen Zheng Shan from the Chinese side

A cultural programme showcasing Chinese culture and tradition was also organised

Govt acted humanely in Yakub Memon's hanging, ensured peace: RSS

Yakub Memon was buried next to his father's body. (Photo: DC/File)

All humane behaviour was displayed hundred per cent by the govt, says RSS

Yakub Memon hanging spark protests in J&K

A masked man throws stones at policemen during a protest against the hanging of Yakub Abdul Razak Memon in Srinagar. -AP

Funeral prayers were also held for Mullah Omar

Cut in petrol, diesel prices; LPG cheaper

Petrol prices have been cut by Rs 2.43 per litre and diesel by Rs 3.60 per litre from Friday midnight. Petrol will now cost Rs 64.47 per litre in Delhi, and diesel Rs 46.12 per litre.

DGCA removes Air India safety chief

Aviation regulator directorate general of civil aviation (DGCA) has removed Air India (AI)'s flight safety department chief A.S.

‘90 per cent don’t trust Indian treatments’

India may be flying high on the success of yoga after the UN declared June 21 as the International Yoga Day, following Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s proposal to the US.

Nineteen-year-old Naina was made to take the place of her mother who had died of tuberculosis in 2004.

Punjab is back in the headlines with a brutality reminiscent of the violent Eighties. In the early hours of July 27, three gunmen dressed in Army uniforms struck at Gurdaspur.