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Forest mapping to fix Ridge boundaries

After the fencing and boundary work is done, the forest department will undertake “extensive plantation” and patrolling.

13 May 2018 5:56 AM

J&K’s ‘video reporter’ bags Martha Farell Award

Shafi honoured for her work in gender quality, women empowerment.

27 Apr 2018 2:19 AM

Nation building: Youth revolution in the making

Members of the party belong either to Scheduled Class (SC) or Other Backward Class (OBC), and have left their jobs “to join the revolution”.

23 Apr 2018 3:01 AM

Some students upset as CBSE decides not to conduct retest

The CBSE’s decision of not taking a retest for the Mathematics exam has evoked mixed reactions from the students and parents.

04 Apr 2018 4:59 AM

Murthal a ‘death zone’, six fatal accidents in six months

Coming from Delhi, no police picket 2 km before or after Murthal.

29 Mar 2018 3:51 AM


‘Native forest’ to come up in Ridge

The scientists will be using vines or ‘native climbers’ for killing and replacing the kikar.

28 Mar 2018 2:39 AM

Over 2,000 trees to be cut to decongest Dhaula Kuan-IGI road

Permission to chop down 1,212 trees already granted by L-G, says forest department.

25 Mar 2018 1:29 AM

EWS admission goof-up: Students get multiple seats

The computerised draw of lots for admission to entry level classes under the EWS/DG category for 2018-19 academic year were declared on Thursday.

21 Mar 2018 1:16 AM

Rise in House Sparrows noticed in Delhi slums

The recently introduced triangular wooden nest boxes also known as the nesting boxes have proved House Sparrows.

20 Mar 2018 6:42 AM

UK’s Coventry Univ tries to expand its footprint in India

The visit also explored new models in the delivery of joint degrees with Indian universities and also student recruitment opportunities.

16 Mar 2018 2:23 AM


Special EPCA report to ban polluting industries

These are mostly small factories engaged in dyeing jeans; producing electrical spare parts, seat covers; iron smelting, etc.

04 Mar 2018 2:35 AM

Conference focuses on corruption in education

What is the point of constructing new buildings, if the teachers don’t come to class? he asked.

18 Feb 2018 7:51 AM

Eurasian cranes make a stopover in city

In good news for birdwatchers, the Common Crane species has been staying in Delhi’s Najafgarh Jheel since December 2017.

11 Feb 2018 1:50 AM

Delhi: Mid-day meal scheme extension to Class 9-12 delayed

The government had in August last year said that it would join hands with Akshay Patra Foundation for mid-day meals.

10 Feb 2018 6:02 AM

Study on how bridge construction affects birds still in limbo

The study is meant to assess the impact of the height of the bridge and the cables on the movement of the migratory birds.

06 Feb 2018 2:32 AM


Delhi: Girl students in govt schools to get free sanitary pads

Some girls who were earlier dependent on the programme for the napkins, were forced to use a piece of cloth for some days as their parents were poor.

04 Feb 2018 4:34 AM

Delhi: Localised solutions to help fight pollution next winter

The DPCC had set up 20 new monitoring stations in November 2017 across the city, taking the total number of stations under it in Delhi to 24.

01 Feb 2018 7:48 AM

Hope flies away as fewer waterbirds seen at zoo this year

Although overall the number of majority of wild bird species has declined, the number of Painted Stork increased.

25 Jan 2018 3:04 AM

Govt may send scheme to L-G again for his nod

A final decision in this connection will be taken next week in a meeting between the health officials and health minister Satyendar Jain.

07 Jan 2018 3:29 AM

‘Cap margin on drugs sold in pvt hospitals to 25 per cent’

The committee held several rounds of meetings with various stakeholders.

05 Jan 2018 2:49 AM