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Kumar Vishwas birthday bash: Ajit Doval,BJP and RSS leaders attend; Arvind Kejriwal missing
The guest list of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Kumar Vishwas' birthday party in Delhi is certain to raise many eyebrows in the political circle. National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, BJP leaders and top rank Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) members attended Vishwas' birthday bash on Wednesday evening. Along with Doval, RSS members Ram Lal and Om Mathur, were the one who attended the big bash.
Dense fog in Delhi delays 89 trains
Dense fog enveloped Delhi on Tuesday, delaying as many as 89 trains. Six trains were cancelled, officials said. The Met Office said the visibility slumped to below 50 meters in the morning.
Delhi colder than London, Shimla
On a fogged out Monday, when the minimum temperature plunged to a season's low of 4.2 degrees Celsius, Delhi was colder than hill stations such as Mussoorie and Shimla. It was chillier than even the British capital, London.
Police crackdown on acid attack survivors protesting at Jantar Mantar
Acid attack survivors, who are on a hunger strike at Delhi's Jantar Mantar, on Thursday accused the police of manhandling them. Led-by Laxmi, who has been the face of campaign against acid attack, the survivors were allegedly beaten up.
We cannot force Centre to take quick decisions: SC to J-K government
The Supreme Court made it clear to the Jammu and Kashmir government that it cannot force the Centre to take quick decisions on its demand for Rs. 44,000 crore for relief and rehabilitation of flood victims.
MCI summons over 300 doctors for allegedly receiving bribes from a pharma firm
The Medical Council of India (MCI) has summoned over 300 doctors to question them on an anonymous complaint that they had been bribed by a pharmaceutical firm.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Satyarthi celebrates Children’s Day with slum kids
obel peace prize winner and child rights activist Kailash Satyarthi celebrated Children`s Day with slum children in New Delhi. The 60-year-old children`s rights campaigner is recognised for his battle against child trafficking with Bachpan Bachao Andolan.
PSU bank employees go on strike; private banks remain open
Employee unions of public sector banks went on a nationwide strike today to press for wage revision, affecting banking services like cheque clearance and withdrawal from branches across the country.
Supreme Court adjourns hearing on Mudgal committee report to Friday
The Supreme Court on Monday said it will go through the Mudgal committee report that probed the allegations of betting and spot fixing and also examine whether it could be made public or parts of it could be withheld.
19 Policemen Hurt as Truck Overturns in Delhi
At least 19 policemen were injured when a mini-truck carrying them for Muharram duty overturned in South Delhi's Hauz Khas area Tuesday morning. The injured were rushed to the AIIMS Trauma Centre from where 17 of them were discharged after first aid was given while the remaining 2 are undergoing treatment.
Cyclone Nilofar weakens, wind speed won’t exceed 35 kmph: Met
Cyclone Nilofar is fizzling out as it is approaching the Gujarat coast and the Met Department has said that the wind speed will not exceed 35 kmph when it makes landfall.
Positive move, says SC on Delhi government formation effort
The Supreme Court Thursday described as positive the reports that lt governor Najeeb Jung would be consulting all the political parties in its efforts to form a government in Delhi.
FIR registered in suicide case of lyricist Santosh’s son and wife
An FIR has been registered in the suicide case of lyricist Santosh Anand's son and his wife. The couple committed suicide by jumping in front of a train in Mathura last weeK.
BJP failed to sustain Swachh campaign : AAP
The war over cleaning Delhi intensified on Friday with Aam Aadmi Party responding to BJP's charges of filthy toilets in Arvind Kejriwal's constituency. The party shot off a letter accusing BJP of having failed to sustain Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in the capital.
Najeeb Jung announces Rs. one crore compensation for dead cop’s family
Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung on Wednesday announced Rs. one crore financial assistance to the family of Delhi Police constable Jagbir Singh who was shot dead allegedly by criminals two days ago in Outer Delhi's Vijay Vihar area.
PM Narendra Modi greets APJ Abdul Kalam on his birthday
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday greeted former President APJ Abdul Kalam on his birthday. "Birthday greetings to our former President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam. May he be blessed with good health and a long life," the Prime Minister said.
Pragati Maidan gets armed CISF security cover
An armed squad of about 100 CISF commandos has taken over the security of Pragati Maidan. The sprawling exhibition facility in the heart of the national capital will be protected by CISF to thwart possible threats .
Delhi zoo guards not trained to handle crises
The tragic incident at the Delhi zoo could have been avoided had the guards posted there been more vigilant. It also exposed the fact that the security staff were not properly trained to manage a large crowd.
Ladakh intrusion: Army chief to brief PM Narendra Modi today
Army Chief General Dalbir Singh will on Wednesday brief Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the presence of Chinese soldiers on Indian territory in Jammu and Kashmir's Ladakh region.
36 per cent increase in Delhi’s dengue cases; total reaches 75
A total of 75 cases of dengue have been reported in the national capital so far this year with an increase of 36 per cent noted over the last one week, as per a report.
CRPF jawan kills self from AK-47 in Delhi camp
A CRPF jawan allegedly committed suicide in Delhi on Sunday. He shot himself with his service weapon at his camp in south west Delhi. Officials said S B Nayak (45) fired three bullets from his AK-47 rifle at his camp in Jaffarpur Kalan.
Tihar Jailor Arrested for Attempt to Murder
A jailor of Delhi's Tihar Prison has been arrested on the charges of attempting to murder his daughter-in-law. Charges of wrongfully detaining a married woman with criminal intent have been also leveled against him.
BJP will form Delhi govt in ‘fully democratic way’ : Ram Madhav
Brushing aside AAP's allegations of horse-trading, BJP general secretary Ram Madhav has said his party would form the government in Delhi in "fully democratic way". Asserting that his party was not in favour of forming the government through undemocratic means
Judicial independence not negotiable : Chief Justice Lodha
Chief Justice RM Lodha on Saturday said that India has already arrived at a stage where nobody can tinker with the independence of the judiciary, but exhorted that to strengthen the role of law, the judiciary will have to ensure that it was completely corruption-free.
SC allows ailing Italian Marine to go home
The Supreme Court on Friday permitted one of the two Italian marines accused of killing two fishermen off Kerala coast, to return home for medical treatment for four months.
2G scam: SC says charges against CBI chief serious, seeks reply
The Supreme Court has asked the CBI Director Ranjit Sinha to explain his meetings with the corporates. The apex court has also asked Sinha to file a counter-affidavit on the allegations against him.
Anti-Hooda camp flexes muscle in Haryana
The jostling in Congress over tickets for Haryana elections seems to signal a power shift away from Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda in the state unit.
NHRC gets highest no of complaints in Asia-Pacific
The National Human Rights Commission deals with the highest number of complaints every year, way ahead of its counterparts in the Asia Pacific region. The largest among them involve human rights violations by police.
Thousands stuck as snag hits Delhi Metro
Delhi Metro commuters faced a harrowing time on Tuesday when train services on one of its lines were affected for over an hour, an official said. The operations on the Blue Line (Dwarka sector 21 to Noida/Vaishali) were affected from 8.30am to 9.47am, an official said.
DDA 2014 housing scheme opens; 25,000 new flats on offer
The Delhi Development Authority's (DDA) much-awaited 2014 housing scheme kicks-off on Monday. As part of the scheme, over 25,000 flats are on offer - most of them single-bedroom units, popularly called LIG flats.