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  • Three-judge judgement on land acquisition to be heard by larger beach: SC

    New Delhi, The Supreme Court on Thursday said the three-judge bench judgement on land acquisition, which was overruled by another three-judge bench of the court, would now be heard by a larger bench of the top court. The top court's Thursday ruling comes in the light of an unprecedented situation ar...

  • No proof that CS was manhandled, AAP being hounded : Sanjay Singh

    New Delhi, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Azad Singh on Wednesday said AAP was being hounded on the issue and that there is no proof that Delhi Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash was beaten.'We are being hounded. Delhi Chief Secretary says he was beaten by AAP MLAs. There is...

  • Terminal 2 row: Indigo challenges Delhi HC order

    New Delhi, IndiGo on Tuesday challenged a Delhi High Court order which had asked to shift a part of its operations to Terminal 2 airport in the Capital.Delhi HC had dismissed IndiGo's appeal, saying the airlines is only bothered about commercial interests and DIAL's order is just. Challenged by...

  • Man commits suicide at Laxmi Nagar metro station

    New Delhi : A man allegedly committed suicide on Saturday by jumping in front of a metro train at Laxmi Nagar metro station here, sources said.The incident took place at Laxmi Nagar metro station at 1226 hrs, the sources said. The man was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment where he was declare...

  • Signalling issue at 3 stations affects Metro services on Yellow Line

    New Delhi, Metro services were affected for nearly thirty five minutes on Friday on Delhi Metro' s Line-2 ( ellow Line ) due to signalling issue at three stations. Due to signalling issue at interlocking stations of Rajiv Chowk, Kashmere Gate and Vishwavidyala stations of Line-2, trains were manuall...

  • BJP fields Uma Bharti to woo denotified, nomadic tribes

    New Delhi, BJP is getting set to woo the de-notifed, nomadic and semi-nomadic tribes who are seeking inclusion in the reserved categories of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Class.It has fielded Uma Bharti, the fiery OBC face of the party to preside over a national conference he...

  • AAP govt completes 3 years in Delhi

    New Delhi,: The Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi completed three years in power on Wednesday (February 14). In a tweet, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that his government is an honest one and every penny is being spent for the welfare of the people. He said that the city government has provi...

  • Father, son dies in Jaitpur road accident

    New Delhi, Two people were killed, while nine others injured, some of which are serious in a road accident in Jaitpur area here on Wednesday.Police sources said, late last night in the Jaitpur area, an XUV car and a Maruti car collided with each other and both cars were badly damaged. In this accide...

  • Kid's body found in suitcase, IAS aspirant held

    New Delhi: With the arrest of a person, a 7 year old boy's body was recovered by the Delhi Police who was allegedly kidnapped on January 7.The body was found hidden in a suitcase at the killer's place, which was discovered after the stench spread in the neighborhood, according to police sources. Dea...

  • Kejriwal congratulates U19 cricketer Manjot Kalra on World Cup win

    New Delhi, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday met U19 Indian cricketer Manjot Kalra and congratulated him for winning the World Cup against Australia.The CM also wished Manjot all the best for the future. In-form opener Manjot Kalra's unbeaten 101 guided India to lift the ICC ...

  • Seven year old kidnapped boy rescued in Delhi, two held

    New Delhi, Delhi Police have rescued the seven year old boy who was kidnapped outside the Sai Baba Mandir Lodi road, arresting a lady and his associate in this connection, the police said on Sunday.According to police, a complaint was registered at the Lodhi Colony police station by the victim's unc...

  • Kejriwal should be 'Pad Man' for Delhi govt school girls : Kiran Walia

    New Delhi, Hitting out at the AAP government over ignoring the education and health issues of Delhi government school students especially girls, former education and health minister Kiran Walia on Sunday alleged that the AAP government has not touched the budget allocated for the 'Kishori' scheme un...

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