Collapse
Expand

Delhi

  • Restaurant Manager To Be Tried For Hitting Woman Customer At South Delhi Mall
    The manager of a well known south Delhi restaurant has been summoned by a local court in a criminal case that was filed against him in 2015 by a woman customer. The woman, in her complaint, had claimed that the manager had assaulted her, and the rest of her family while they were dining at the restaurant, which is located in one of south Delhi's leading malls - DLF Place.
  • Delhi University Student Alleges Molestation By Bank Clerk
    An 18-year-old first year student of Delhi University's Daulat Ram College was allegedly molested by a 52-year-old bank clerk inside his car in the North Campus on Wednesday, following which he was arrested, police said.
  • Manish Sisodia Faces CBI Probe Over Alleged Irregularities In 'Talk To AK' Programme
    Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia is being investigated by the Central Bureau of Investigation in a case of alleged irregularities in 'Talk To AK' campaign. Sources said the agency has registered a preliminary inquiry against Mr Sisodia.
  • Delhi LG Returns Netaji  Subhash Institute of Technology Bill
    Lt Governor Anil Baijal has returned Netaji Subhash Institute of Technology Bill to the Delhi Assembly asking for reconsideration of the Bill, days after his office sent back the file on slashing DTC bus fares to the AAP government. In June 2015, the Delhi Assembly had passed NSIT bill (amendment) tabled by AAP government, according university status to Netaji Subhash Institute of Technology. After passing the Bill, the House had sent it to Ministry of Home Affairs for approval.
  • Delhi Police Plan DNA, Brain-Mapping Tests On Serial Child Rapist
    To make the case watertight against Sunil Rastogi, who was arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting several minor girls in east Delhi, the Delhi police is planning to conduct DNA and brain-mapping tests on him.
  • Girls In 'Crazy Sumit' Prank Videos Said They Knew Of Prank
    The three "kissing prank" videos made by a 21-year-old prankster known as "Crazy Sumit" and his friend Satyajeet Kadyan were shot with the girls' consent, the police said on Tuesday.
  • Smriti Irani's Board Exam Results To Be Made Public
    Textiles Minister Smriti Irani's board exam results will be made public, with the Central Information Commission dismissing school board CBSE's contention that it was personal information and cannot be disclosed. The Commission today asked the CBSE to allow the inspection of the minister's records from Class 10 and 12 boards.
  • Nearly 300 Students Shouting Pro-Rohith Vemula Slogans Arrested In Delhi
    Nearly 300 students, protesting in Delhi to mark the first death anniversary of Dalit scholar Rohith Vemula, were detained on Tuesday when they blocked the crucial Janpath road in central Delhi, police said.
  • DDA Is Delhi 'Destruction' Authority: Minister Satyendar Jain
    AAP Minister Satyendar Jain today termed the DDA as Delhi 'Destruction Authority' reacting to BJP leader Vijender Gupta's allegation on the floor of the House that the Kejriwal government was "deliberately" delaying notifying the land pooling policy.
  • Delhi Nursery Admissions: Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia Orders Action Against Over 50 Private Schools
    Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today ordered action against over 50 private schools in the national capital which have been found adopting "arbitrary" and "unreasonable" criteria for nursery admissions. Sisodia, who is also the Education Minister slammed private schools running on DDA land for moving court against the new guidelines on nursery admissions saying the government had formed the new rules in accordance with a Supreme Court ruling of 2004.
  • Delhi University Mulling Entrance Test For Undergraduate Admissions
    Delhi University, which usually begins its undergraduate admissions by May end, is mulling to start the process two months in advance and admit students through an entrance test rather than the traditional cut-offs.
  • Delhi University Plans Early Admission Process In 2017
    Delhi University may start the undergraduate admission process for the year 2017 two months early which is by March end, so that the students can start filling up applications soon after the results of board examinations are out. Every year, Delhi University start the registration process begin by May end and end by mid-June. The admission process then continues through the entire June, July and August months which include declaration of cut off lists by the colleges, document verification by colleges and final registration.
  • Foggy Morning In Delhi, Minimum Temperature At 6 Degrees
    It was a foggy Tuesday morning in the national capital with the minimum temperature settling at 6 degrees Celsius, the weather office said.
  • Odd-Even May Return As Delhi Gets New Pollution Action Plan
    Terming air pollution in Delhi and NCR as a "matter of serious concern", which requires "urgent action", the Environment Ministry in its notification assigned the task to implement the plan to Environment Pollution (Prevention and Control) Authority (EPCA) under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986.
  • 'Yes, I Did It': Arrested Delhi Paedophile Who Attacked 100s Stuns Cops With Confession
    "I don't know what would come over me," said 38-year-old Sunil Rastogi, a short and wiry tailor arrested for sexually assaulting three little girls. The police say the father of five has confessed to attacking hundreds of girls over a period of 12 years.

................................ Advertisement ................................

................................ Advertisement ................................