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More trouble likely for govt over move for RTI changes

Over the past few days, as the nation grappled with the controversy over the ordinance on convicted legislators, another contentious measure — the Right to Information (Amendment) Bill, that aims to k

UP ministers face tough time

Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav is likely to face tough questions in the coming days for some of his ministers in the Cabinet facing criminal charges.

Rahul era begins in Congress


This is the victory of Rahul Gandhi.

Maid case: Accused in 14-day custody

A Delhi court Wednesday remanded a 50-year-old woman, arrested for allegedly physically torturing and confining her young maid, to 14-days judicial custody.

Plan panel organises Twitter meet on Gandhi

Netizens on Wednesday paid tribute to the Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi on his 144th birth anniversary on various micro-blogging sites, invoking the late leader philosophy and hailing his “contribut

Boy hit by javelin, critical

In a bizarre incident, a Class 6 student was critically injured after he was hit by a javelin thrown by two students inside a government school in Chittaranjan Park area of South Delhi.

MCD drive to keep Delhi clean

On the occasion of Mahatma Gandhi’s 144th birth anniversary, the municipal corporations in Delhi launched a special sanitation-cum-cleanliness drive on Wednesday ahead of the festival season, which wi

Duta meet over posts

The Delhi University Teachers’ Association (Duta) will hold an emergency meeting on Thursday to address the concern of adhoc teachers who are in fear of losing their livelihood after the introduction

Students against 90% DU quota

Students and teachers at large are furious over the Delhi government’s announcement to provide 90 per cent reservation for domicile in 12 Delhi University colleges which are 100 per cent funded by it.

2 suspected dowry deaths, 2 arrested

A 25-year-old married woman was found dead under mysterious circumstance in Khanpur area of south Delhi on Tuesday.

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