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Police detaining ABVP activists after their clash with AISA students at Delhi University on Wednesday (Photo: PTI)

ABVP says safety not guaranteed, Khalsa College postpones drama

The move came after DUSU told the college that security for the event ‘cannot be guaranteed’ if scripts had ‘anti-national content’.

The zoo had reopened in January after a brief hiatus owing to the bird flu scare last year which claimed the lives of 14 water birds. (Photo: File)

Delhi Zoo's monitor lizards die of 'shock' after being removed from enclosures

The curator added that a detailed report was being prepared by the zoo authority regarding the incident.

A huge posse of police personnel was deployed on the north campus in the wake of the situation prevailing since yesterday. (Photo: PTI)

Ramjas row: 3 cops suspended, Centre seeks report

A few policemen and journalists were also roughed up yesterday after students from DU colleges and JNU gathered outside Ramjas College.

In a live discussion on Thursday on Facebook, CSE’s director general Sunita Narain and executive director Anumita Roychowdhury talked about the impact of recent actions and also the link between early deaths and air pollution.

CSE: Action by SC, govt has resulted in lower pollution peaks this winter

According to 2017 Global Burden of Disease report, India has the second highest number of early deaths due to PM 2.5 in the world.


Until now, most long-distance trains used screw-coupling where two flat tops were attached to the end of a rod such that if the train stopped suddenly.

New coupling in long-distance WR trains to prevent mishaps

The railways had allotted Rs 600 crore to WR for the same technology.

Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray along with his family at Sena Bhavan. (Photo: Rajesh Jadhav)

Uddhav Thackeray proves leadership but challenges far from over

After the death of Sena supremo Bal Thackeray in 2012, Mr Thackeray gained complete control of the party.

Elated BJP workers celebrate outside the BJP party office in Dadar after the results were declared. (Photo: Shripad Naik)

Race for Mayor still open

Both the parties are mum on whether they will forge an alliance or how will they occupy the seat of mayor.

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis

BJP steamrolls rival party’s strongholds in rural Maharashtra

In the panchayat samiti elections, out of 3,040 seats, 2,494 were declared.

Uddhav Thackeray

Despite BMC success, Shiv Sena finds itself in a tricky spot

Thackeray thanked all voters for making the party number one once again against all odds.


The local BJP leadership, however, denied Mr Biswas’ presence on the spot at the time of incident. (Representational Image)

BJP leader kicks pregnant woman in Nadia, arrested

The incident took place at Tatla village in Sadhanpara gram panchayat 2 area under Dhubulia police station on Tuesday night.

A CESC spokesperson later in the day said that the 750 MW Budge Budge power station, which tripped on Thursday morning at 9.53 am, has returned fast to normalcy.

Major powercut in peak hours

Chief minister held an emergency meeting at the state secretariat in Nabanna to take stock of the situation.

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AAP seeks repoll in Mumbai suburbs as voters' names go missing

Some of the suburbs, where maximum number of voters faced this difficulty were Mankhurd, Bandra, Parel, Sewree and Dadar.

Taxi drivers and owners protest in Kolkata on Tuesday, demanding increase in taxi fare. (Photo: PTI)

Striking cabbies sell vegetables to protest

In the last one year the number of taxis have come down to 19,000 from 37,000.

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Patagudam is a transit point for outlawed Maoists to frequently cross the border and villagers are apprehensive of terror unleashed by Naxalites whenever there is voting.

Patagudam, Gadchiroli vote for first time since 1947

All these years, the Patagudam polling centre had been shifted to the nearby Somanpalli keeping in mind threats from Naxalites.

The SpiceJet added that “Some passengers were moved to flights of other airlines while the rest travelled by the scheduled SpiceJet flight.

Broken windshield delays SpiceJet flight in Pune

The flight which was originally scheduled to take off at 7.20 am finally took off at 4 pm in the evening.

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Dead body of woman with burnt face found on highway

Police said a case has been registered at Amer police station and the body, found on Delhi-Jaipur highway, has been sent for post-mortem.

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Thane: 36-year-old receives heart of brain dead Surat man

The donor heart was transported in a chopper in 2.02 hrs from Surat covering a distance of 278 kms.

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Nagpur: Car slams into hut; woman, 6-month-old baby dead

The driver of the car -- who was not identified by the police -- lost control and it rammed into Vanadevi slum.