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  • Gorakhpur Child Deaths 'A Tragedy, A Mistake,' Says Amit Shah: 10 Points

    Gorakhpur Child Deaths 'A Tragedy, A Mistake,' Says Amit Shah: 10 Points

    BJP chief Amit Shah today said the death of 72 children in the last week at a Gorakhpur hospital is "a tragedy, a mistake that happened at some level, but you cannot deny our aim to help," dismissing demands by opposition parties that Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath of his party must resign. Nine children have died in the last 24 hours...

  • 'Standard-Setting Punishment', Vows Yogi Adityanath In UP Tragedy: 10 Facts

    'Standard-Setting Punishment', Vows Yogi Adityanath In UP Tragedy: 10 Facts

    Hours after Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath visited the BRD Medical College hospital in Gorakhpur, where 63 children died last week, the government removed the doctor under whose watch the oxygen shortage of Thursday took place. During his visit, the Chief Minister had underscored the importance of investigation, promising that the punishment to the...

  • Bihar IAS Officer Wrote In Suicide Note: 'Belief In Human Existence Gone'

    Bihar IAS Officer Wrote In Suicide Note: 'Belief In Human Existence Gone'

    A senior IAS officer from Bihar was found dead close to railway tracks in Ghaziabad near Delhi on Thursday night. A suicide note was found next to the mutilated body of Mukesh Pandey, described by Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar as an "efficient administrator and sensitive officer".

  • Harvesting The Sun: India's Push For Renewable Energy

    Harvesting The Sun: India's Push For Renewable Energy

    India is bullish on the green energy business. India came in second to only China in the renewable energy attractiveness index according in a report by global consultancy Ernst & Young.

  • Mysterious Braid-Chopping Cases Surface In UP

    Mysterious Braid-Chopping Cases Surface In UP

    Ranjana Devi has been lying on her bed but unable to sleep. On Thursday night, the 45-year-old resident of Khagrol village, 40 kms from Agra city, returned home from her neighbours' and felt a knock on her head. She managed to raise an alarm before she fell unconscious.

  • For Tamil Nadu Farmers Protesting In Delhi, Daily Langar From Gurdwara

    For Tamil Nadu Farmers Protesting In Delhi, Daily <i>Langar</i> From Gurdwara

    Farmers from Tamil Nadu protesting at Jantar Mantar have found an unusual ally. Having no link with the protest, the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) has opened their kitchen to the farmers who have been in Delhi's Jantar Mantar for over three months demanding loan waiver and drought-relief package.

  • Woman Arms Smuggler Arrested With 14 Pistols In Delhi, Say Police

    Woman Arms Smuggler Arrested With 14 Pistols In Delhi, Say Police

    The Delhi Police on Sunday claimed to have arrested a 45 year-old woman involved in trading of illegal weapons.

  • Election Commission Reacts To Congress SOS, Seeks Answers From Gujarat

    Election Commission Reacts To Congress SOS, Seeks Answers From Gujarat

    Its Gujarat lawmakers safely sequestered in a luxurious Karnataka resort hundreds of kilometres away, senior Congress leaders headed to the Election Commission in Delhi on Saturday to complain that the Gujarat government was trying to arm-twist and lure its lawmakers to switch sides ahead of the 8 August elections for three Rajya Sabha seats from G...

  • Overcrowded, Understaffed: Only 100 Of 250 Beds Functional In This West Delhi Hospital

    Overcrowded, Understaffed: Only 100 Of 250 Beds Functional In This West Delhi Hospital

    New Delhi:  Long queues, disappointed faces and people sweltering under the July heat are a common sight at the Janakpuri Super Specialty hospital – the biggest of its kind in West Delhi. The 250-bed hospital got ready in 2008, but when NDTV visited it last week, only 100 beds were found to be functional. The hospital’s out-patient department ...

  • Huge Fire At Delhi's Lok Nayak Bhawan, 26 Fire Engines Sent In

    Huge Fire At Delhi's Lok Nayak Bhawan, 26 Fire Engines Sent In

    A massive fire broke out at Lok Nayak Bhawan in the heart of Delhi, which houses many government offices

  • Donald Trump Stands Alone At G20 And In Battle Against Climate Change

    Donald Trump Stands Alone At G20 And In Battle Against Climate Change

    The G20 Summit is meant to be a show of strength for the leaders of the 20 most powerful countries in the world.

  • ‘No One Will Marry You’: TB Survivors Open Up About Stigmas They Face

    ‘No One Will Marry You’: TB Survivors Open Up About Stigmas They Face

    New Delhi: Rhea Lobo was only 19 years old when she complained of excruciating pain in her left leg. She rushed to the doctor who told her it can either be cancer, TB or a bacterial infection. “A biopsy report from a private clinic came negative and I was given regular antibiotics,” said Ms Lobo, who is now 28. After a month and a half, she was...

  • As GST Rollout Nears, Here's How Suvidha Providers Will Help

    As GST Rollout Nears, Here's How Suvidha Providers Will Help

    At midnight today India will roll back the old and roll out the new taxation system - the Goods and Service Tax or GST. While the GST is all set to receive a red carpet welcome at Parliament's Central Hall, it hasn't warmed the hearts of consumers or that of the traders. The overhaul of the new tax system though has left many clueless and confused,...

  • At Press Club Meet, Journalists Talk About Attacks On Media And Dissent

    At Press Club Meet, Journalists Talk About Attacks On Media And Dissent

    Journalists gathered at the Press Club of India in Delhi on Saturday to talk about the latest attacks on the media, right from Karnataka where two journalists are to be jailed for a year on the state assembly's orders to the beating of a Kashmiri reporter for 'The Caravan' magazine by a crowd in Delhi's Sonia Vihar.

  • Quite A Stretch: American Embassy Rolls Out Mats To Celebrate International Yoga Day

    Quite A Stretch: American Embassy Rolls Out Mats To Celebrate International Yoga Day

    At the American Embassy in New Delhi, each morning there are hordes of people gathered to go in for an interview as busy diplomats rush in to their desks. But today was different. To commemorate the third edition of International Yoga Day, staff along with their little ones headed to the lush green lawns of the embassy with their mats.

'Snigdha Basu' - 149 Video Result(s)

'Snigdha Basu' - 171 News Result(s)

  • Gorakhpur Child Deaths 'A Tragedy, A Mistake,' Says Amit Shah: 10 Points

    Gorakhpur Child Deaths 'A Tragedy, A Mistake,' Says Amit Shah: 10 Points

    BJP chief Amit Shah today said the death of 72 children in the last week at a Gorakhpur hospital is "a tragedy, a mistake that happened at some level, but you cannot deny our aim to help," dismissing demands by opposition parties that Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath of his party must resign. Nine children have died in the last 24 hours...

  • 'Standard-Setting Punishment', Vows Yogi Adityanath In UP Tragedy: 10 Facts

    'Standard-Setting Punishment', Vows Yogi Adityanath In UP Tragedy: 10 Facts

    Hours after Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath visited the BRD Medical College hospital in Gorakhpur, where 63 children died last week, the government removed the doctor under whose watch the oxygen shortage of Thursday took place. During his visit, the Chief Minister had underscored the importance of investigation, promising that the punishment to the...

  • Bihar IAS Officer Wrote In Suicide Note: 'Belief In Human Existence Gone'

    Bihar IAS Officer Wrote In Suicide Note: 'Belief In Human Existence Gone'

    A senior IAS officer from Bihar was found dead close to railway tracks in Ghaziabad near Delhi on Thursday night. A suicide note was found next to the mutilated body of Mukesh Pandey, described by Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar as an "efficient administrator and sensitive officer".

  • Harvesting The Sun: India's Push For Renewable Energy

    Harvesting The Sun: India's Push For Renewable Energy

    India is bullish on the green energy business. India came in second to only China in the renewable energy attractiveness index according in a report by global consultancy Ernst & Young.

  • Mysterious Braid-Chopping Cases Surface In UP

    Mysterious Braid-Chopping Cases Surface In UP

    Ranjana Devi has been lying on her bed but unable to sleep. On Thursday night, the 45-year-old resident of Khagrol village, 40 kms from Agra city, returned home from her neighbours' and felt a knock on her head. She managed to raise an alarm before she fell unconscious.

  • For Tamil Nadu Farmers Protesting In Delhi, Daily Langar From Gurdwara

    For Tamil Nadu Farmers Protesting In Delhi, Daily <i>Langar</i> From Gurdwara

    Farmers from Tamil Nadu protesting at Jantar Mantar have found an unusual ally. Having no link with the protest, the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) has opened their kitchen to the farmers who have been in Delhi's Jantar Mantar for over three months demanding loan waiver and drought-relief package.

  • Woman Arms Smuggler Arrested With 14 Pistols In Delhi, Say Police

    Woman Arms Smuggler Arrested With 14 Pistols In Delhi, Say Police

    The Delhi Police on Sunday claimed to have arrested a 45 year-old woman involved in trading of illegal weapons.

  • Election Commission Reacts To Congress SOS, Seeks Answers From Gujarat

    Election Commission Reacts To Congress SOS, Seeks Answers From Gujarat

    Its Gujarat lawmakers safely sequestered in a luxurious Karnataka resort hundreds of kilometres away, senior Congress leaders headed to the Election Commission in Delhi on Saturday to complain that the Gujarat government was trying to arm-twist and lure its lawmakers to switch sides ahead of the 8 August elections for three Rajya Sabha seats from G...

  • Overcrowded, Understaffed: Only 100 Of 250 Beds Functional In This West Delhi Hospital

    Overcrowded, Understaffed: Only 100 Of 250 Beds Functional In This West Delhi Hospital

    New Delhi:  Long queues, disappointed faces and people sweltering under the July heat are a common sight at the Janakpuri Super Specialty hospital – the biggest of its kind in West Delhi. The 250-bed hospital got ready in 2008, but when NDTV visited it last week, only 100 beds were found to be functional. The hospital’s out-patient department ...

  • Huge Fire At Delhi's Lok Nayak Bhawan, 26 Fire Engines Sent In

    Huge Fire At Delhi's Lok Nayak Bhawan, 26 Fire Engines Sent In

    A massive fire broke out at Lok Nayak Bhawan in the heart of Delhi, which houses many government offices

  • Donald Trump Stands Alone At G20 And In Battle Against Climate Change

    Donald Trump Stands Alone At G20 And In Battle Against Climate Change

    The G20 Summit is meant to be a show of strength for the leaders of the 20 most powerful countries in the world.

  • ‘No One Will Marry You’: TB Survivors Open Up About Stigmas They Face

    ‘No One Will Marry You’: TB Survivors Open Up About Stigmas They Face

    New Delhi: Rhea Lobo was only 19 years old when she complained of excruciating pain in her left leg. She rushed to the doctor who told her it can either be cancer, TB or a bacterial infection. “A biopsy report from a private clinic came negative and I was given regular antibiotics,” said Ms Lobo, who is now 28. After a month and a half, she was...

  • As GST Rollout Nears, Here's How Suvidha Providers Will Help

    As GST Rollout Nears, Here's How Suvidha Providers Will Help

    At midnight today India will roll back the old and roll out the new taxation system - the Goods and Service Tax or GST. While the GST is all set to receive a red carpet welcome at Parliament's Central Hall, it hasn't warmed the hearts of consumers or that of the traders. The overhaul of the new tax system though has left many clueless and confused,...

  • At Press Club Meet, Journalists Talk About Attacks On Media And Dissent

    At Press Club Meet, Journalists Talk About Attacks On Media And Dissent

    Journalists gathered at the Press Club of India in Delhi on Saturday to talk about the latest attacks on the media, right from Karnataka where two journalists are to be jailed for a year on the state assembly's orders to the beating of a Kashmiri reporter for 'The Caravan' magazine by a crowd in Delhi's Sonia Vihar.

  • Quite A Stretch: American Embassy Rolls Out Mats To Celebrate International Yoga Day

    Quite A Stretch: American Embassy Rolls Out Mats To Celebrate International Yoga Day

    At the American Embassy in New Delhi, each morning there are hordes of people gathered to go in for an interview as busy diplomats rush in to their desks. But today was different. To commemorate the third edition of International Yoga Day, staff along with their little ones headed to the lush green lawns of the embassy with their mats.

  • Delhi Man Promises Wife A 'Surprise', Takes Her To Park, Strangles Her

    Delhi Man Promises Wife A 'Surprise', Takes Her To Park, Strangles Her

    She was expecting to be surprised by her husband, but what he did shocked everyone. Manoj Kumar, 24, allegedly strangled his 22-year-old wife Komal at north Delhi's Bonta Park on Friday, the police said. He was arrested a few hours later.

  • Ransomware Virus Also Strikes India, Systems Of Andhra Pradesh Police Hit

    Ransomware Virus Also Strikes India, Systems Of Andhra Pradesh Police Hit

    An unprecedented global wave of cyberattacks, which affected over 45,000 computers in at least 74 countries since Friday evening, has also spread to India.

  • 6 Aligarh Men Thrashed For Skinning Buffalo, Case Against Them, Not Mob

    6 Aligarh Men Thrashed For Skinning Buffalo, Case Against Them, Not Mob

    Six men were thrashed by a mob in Aligarh in Uttar Pradesh before being arrested for "animal cruelty" after they were caught skinning a buffalo.

  • ‘You Are Not Welcome Here’: Sterilisation Scare Grips Haryana’s Mewat

    ‘You Are Not Welcome Here’: Sterilisation Scare Grips Haryana’s Mewat

    While the fourth phase of immunisation under Mission Indradhanush should have begun this week in Haryana’s Mewat district, the villagers are reluctant and scared to get their children vaccinated. Mewat, nearly 75 km away from Delhi, has an immunisation rate of 13 per cent as compared to the state average of 62.2 per cent. The National Health Miss...

  • Delhi Metro Fare Hiked, Minimum Rs 10, Maximum Rs 50

    Delhi Metro Fare Hiked, Minimum Rs 10, Maximum Rs 50

    The Delhi Metro has hiked its fares, under which the minimum ticket price will be Rs 10 and the maximum will be Rs 50 for distances beyond 32 km. The fare slabs will be lower for Sundays and national holidays. The hike was announced by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation or DMRC after a board meeting today.

  • Over 300 Students Hospitalised After Gas Leak Near 2 South Delhi Schools, All Safe, Says Arvind Kejriwal

    Over 300 Students Hospitalised After Gas Leak Near 2 South Delhi Schools, All Safe, Says Arvind Kejriwal

    Over 300 students from two government girls' school in south Delhi hospitalised after a gas leak from a container nearby was reported this morning. All the students from the schools have been evacuated after the incident.

  • How Tinder Is Playing A Role In Trying To Save A Rhino From Extinction

    How Tinder Is Playing A Role In Trying To Save A Rhino From Extinction

    43-year-old Sudan is the last male northern white rhino on Earth - and conservationists in Kenya are using Tinder, the dating app, to come to the rescue.

  • Cattle Trade Too Risky, Want Sons Out, Says Father Of Man Beaten in Delhi

    Cattle Trade Too Risky, Want Sons Out, Says Father Of Man Beaten in Delhi

    Kaamil's father is reluctant to let his sons, cattle traders, out on business. Last month, Kaamil's brother Afraz was allegedly beaten up in the national capital by some people who left him off after taking away his money and phone. A few days later, on 22 April, it was Kaamil's turn. He was on his way to Ghazipur Mandi in east Delhi when some cars...

  • India's Firm Response After Turkish President's Controversial Kashmir Comment: 10 Points

    India's Firm Response After Turkish President's Controversial Kashmir Comment: 10 Points

    At a meeting on Monday between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, India firmly explained to the visiting leader that "the issue of Kashmir is essentially an issue of terrorism," and asserted that its disputes with Pakistan must be settled bilaterally. Ahead of his visit, Mr Erdogan had in a television interview...

  • Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Controversial Comment On Kashmir As He Visits India

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Controversial Comment On Kashmir As He Visits India

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Prime Minister Narendra Modi are holding bilateral talks at Delhi's Hyderabad House on Monday afternoon, after attending a meeting of businessmen from both countries, where the leaders called for aggressive efforts to deepen economic relations.

  • Kulbhushan Jadhav's Mother Appeals Against Pak Death Sentence

    Kulbhushan Jadhav's Mother Appeals Against Pak Death Sentence

    The mother of Kulbhushan Jadhav, the Indian man sentenced to death in Pakistan allegedly for spying, has filed an appeal at a higher court in Pakistan. The appeal was filed in the name of Avanti Jadhav by the Indian envoy in Islamabad in the Pakistan court of appeals today.

  • In Delhi, Students Take On Pollution At Traffic Signals

    In Delhi, Students Take On Pollution At Traffic Signals

    Stacks of smoke are clouding the skies in Delhi. You see and smell the fumes, feel them in your lungs at every traffic intersection. Carbon emissions are highest when a car's engine is idling, most of the times traffic signals. City's youngsters have now taken it upon themselves to raise awareness about the alarming air pollution in the national ca...

  • Cruelty To Animals? 3 Men Transporting Buffaloes Beaten, Arrested In Delhi

    Cruelty To Animals? 3 Men Transporting Buffaloes Beaten, Arrested In Delhi

    Three men transporting buffaloes who were roughed up last night in posh South Delhi, allegedly by activists of an animal rights group, were arrested by the Delhi Police today. They were later released on bail and a case of cruelty to animals, which carries a five-year jail term and a fine, has been filed against them. A case has been filed against ...

  • Public Health Foundation Of India Barred From Receiving Foreign Funding

    Public Health Foundation Of India Barred From Receiving Foreign Funding

    Delhi-based voluntary organisation Public Health Foundation of India or PHFI has been barred from receiving foreign funds in India by the Home Ministry, which acts as nodal authority to regulate foreign aid for Non-Government Organisations.

  • 1 Killed As Schoolboy Celebrating Last Exam Rams Car Into Pavement In Delhi's Kashmere Gate

    1 Killed As Schoolboy Celebrating Last Exam Rams Car Into Pavement In Delhi's Kashmere Gate

    One person was killed and three injured as a speeding car driven by a teenager hit people sleeping on the pavement early this morning at Delhi's ISBT bus terminal. Two teenagers including the driver have been arrested.

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