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Rahul jolts govt, calls ordinance ‘nonsense’

In a huge embarrassment for Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his government, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Friday trashed the contentious ordinance on shielding convicted legislators, descr

Man abducted for `1cr ransom returns home

A 23-year-old student of architecture, who was kidnapped by unidentified persons on Monday, returned home on Thursday under suspicious conditions.

Woman killed in accident

A 60-year-old woman was killed and her brother seriously injured when the scooter they were riding on was hit by a speeding truck on Thursday night near Akshardham temple in Pandav Nagar area, the pol

BJP blames govt for dengue spurt

Hitting back at the Delhi government, the north and south municipal corporations on Friday accused it of trying to save face by blaming them for rising cases of dengue and politicising the issue.

Man held for firing at nephew

The police on Thursday said that it has arrested a former Armyman for allegedly opening fire at his 24-year-old nephew over a property dispute.

8 ex-Chiefs reject V.K. claims

In the wake of the recent controversy over the contention of former Army Chief Gen. V.K.

PM may raise Jammu in Sharif talks

The audacious terror attacks in Jammu, which has claimed 10 lives, and the continuing infiltration bids by terrorists across the border is likely to be raised by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh during h

Voters say right to reject spectacular, hail verdict

Chief minister Sheila Dikshit with actor Aamir Khan and PWD minister Raj Kumar Chauhan during a programme on World Tourism Day

Delhi’s chief electoral officer Vijay Deo expressed happiness over the Supreme Court’s decision on Friday on the right to reject in elections.

2 women, 2 minors raped

Four cases of rape were reported in the city with two women and two minors being the victims.

Navy sailor jumps off highrise

A 23-year-old Navy sailor allegedly jumped to death from the eighth floor of a building in Chanakyapuri here under mysterious circumstances.

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