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CWG: Delhi beautification cost country Rs 101cr

A report by the Comptroller and Auditor General on beautification projects undertaken by the Sheila Dixit govt sure reads ugly.

The analysis estimates that close the nation lost a staggering Rs 101.0

NZ host slammed for ridiculing Sheila Dikshit

Sydney: A New Zealand TV station which had recently suspended one of its show hosts for a racial slur on the country's governor-general, has come in for fresh trouble after it featured a clip on its w

PM directs Games organisers to ensure success

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has directed all those involved in Commonwealth Games preparations that everything should be done to ensure success of the mega sporting event, Minister of State in the P

Construction waste will soon be cleared, says Dikshit

With huge amount of rubble still strewn across Delhi even as the deadline set by her for their removal expires on Tuesday, the Chief Minister, Ms Sheila Dikshit, said all construction waste will be cl

No SC/ST funds diverted to CWG : Sheila Dikshit

The Chief Minister, Ms Sheila Dikshit, on Tuesday refuted allegations of diversion of SC/ST funds for the 2010 Commonwealth Games (CWG) project.

"There has not been any diversion of funds from SC/ST

Diesel to cost less in Delhi from July 20

Diesel is likely to get cheaper by Rs 2.37 per litre in the capital as the Delhi government on Friday announced a decrease in the value added tax (VAT) on the fuel from July 20.

The Delhi Chief Mini

"Is Afzal Guru your son-in-law", Gadkari asks Congress

Taunting the Congress over the delay in hanging Afzal Guru, the BJP President, Mr Nitin Gadkari, asked the party whether the Parliament attack death row convict was its "son-in-law".

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