Nimisha Jaiswal


'Nimisha Jaiswal' - 22 News Result(s)

  • Are Police Misusing Laws To Punish Social Media Users? NDTV Investigates

    Are Police Misusing Laws To Punish Social Media Users? NDTV Investigates

    Rahat Khan, 24, who runs a Jan Suvidha Kendra in Dankaur, Greater Noida, was arrested by the police in March for posting an image of a Yogi Adityanath lookalike with a semi-clad woman. Mr Khan claims he did not share the image. But it was seen by Naveen Sharma -- a worker of Hindu Yuva Vahini, the outfit founded by the Yogi - who told NDTV that he ...

  • Center Fails To Utilise Pollution Abatement Fund, Finds Parliamentary Panel

    Center Fails To Utilise Pollution Abatement Fund, Finds Parliamentary Panel

    As north India struggles every winter with spiraling pollution, a parliamentary standing committee has found that the Central government did not fully use the funds earmarked for reduction of pollution abatement in 2016-17. The committee's report said while fund utilisation by the Environment Ministry was between 90 to 97 per cent from 2012 to 2016...

  • Delhi Government Had 787 Crore In Green Fund, Spent Little, Finds RTI

    Delhi Government Had 787 Crore In Green Fund, Spent Little, Finds RTI

    The Arvind Kejriwal government raised Rs 787 crore as environment cess in two years but has spent only a fraction of it on fighting pollution, a Right to Information or RTI query has revealed

  • Rainbow Flags, Drums And Dancing Mark Delhi's 10th Pride Parade

    Rainbow Flags, Drums And Dancing Mark Delhi's 10th Pride Parade

    Queer pride parades around the world are a colourful celebration of the LGBT identity and a demand for equal rights, and Delhi's 10th annual queer pride parade was no different.

  • 'Wouldn't Leave If It Wasn't For Air Quality': Expats On Delhi Pollution

    'Wouldn't Leave If It Wasn't For Air Quality': Expats On Delhi Pollution

    Emily Bild, a consultant from the UK, has lived in India since 2006. She loves living in Delhi, her work and her support system in the city, but she has decided to leave after air quality in Delhi fell drastically

  • Can't Be Day-To-Day Interference, Says Supreme Court In Centre vs AAP Government: 10 Facts

    Can't Be Day-To-Day Interference, Says Supreme Court In Centre vs AAP Government: 10 Facts

    Delhi's Lieutenant Governor has to be kept informed about all decisions taken by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal-led city government but it didn't appear necessary that the LG concurs in all matters, the Supreme Court said in "prima facie" observations made in the course of Tuesday's hearing. Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra said there could not ...

  • Touts, Selfie Requests Define The India Experience For Foreigners In Agra

    Touts, Selfie Requests Define The India Experience For Foreigners In Agra

    An attack on two Swiss tourists near Agra last month sparked worries about the safety of foreign travellers visiting the city. Agra attracts over five lakh foreign tourists every year. Tourists visiting Agra this month did not complain of feeling unsafe, but they continue to be hounded by selfie requests, salespersons and auto drivers

  • One Pollutant Alone Killed 5 Lakh Indians In 2015: Lancet

    One Pollutant Alone Killed 5 Lakh Indians In 2015: Lancet

    A new report published in the medical journal Lancet says that the pollutant PM2.5 alone killed five lakh Indians in 2015. For the first time, the report gives the number of deaths caused by each source of the pollutant, usually measured by levels of particulate matter or PM

  • This New Nasal Mask For Children Purifies Air Right At The Nostrils

    This New Nasal Mask For Children Purifies Air Right At The Nostrils

    A team of scientists in collaboration with IIT and AIIMS have developed a two centimeter nasal mask for children. It sticks on like a cap on the nostrils, cleaning the air right before it enters the nose.

  • After Delhi Woman Shot Dead In Car, Husband Confesses He Did It: Cops

    After Delhi Woman Shot Dead In Car, Husband Confesses He Did It: Cops

    Pankaj Mehra was driving home early in the morning in the heart of the capital after an outing with his wife and son. They had a meal near the famous Jama Masjid on Tuesday night after visiting one of the largest gurudwaras in Delhi. Then, Pankaj Mehra turned and shot his wife in the head twice, while their 2-year-old was in her lap.

  • In A Hurry To Clean Up Delhi Air, No Sight Of Long-Term Goal, Say Experts

    In A Hurry To Clean Up Delhi Air, No Sight Of Long-Term Goal, Say Experts

    The Supreme Court-appointed pollution watchdog recently implemented a Graded Response Action Plan or GRAP, which promises to take strict action every time particulate matter or PM 2.5 concentration reaches "very poor" or "severe" levels in Delhi and the National Capital Region. Experts, however, are saying that the short-term emergency measures the...

  • Delhi Pollution: Aerial Sprinkling Impractical, Say Experts

    Delhi Pollution: Aerial Sprinkling Impractical, Say Experts

    To bring down air pollution in the national capital, the Aam Aadmi Party government wants to use choppers for aerial water sprinkling in Delhi that should help settle the dust particles.

  • To Run Or Not: Delhi's Recreational Athletes Struggle With Smog

    To Run Or Not: Delhi's Recreational Athletes Struggle With Smog

    With a fall in temperature and India's major marathons around the corner, it is peak training season for runners in New Delhi. But the spike in smog, however, is making training difficult for most recreational athletes.

  • Dhanteras Sales Take A 40% Hit, Say Traders

    Dhanteras Sales Take A 40% Hit, Say Traders

    The festival of Dhanteras today has failed to cause an uptick in sales in Mumbai and Delhi.

  • No Jobs For Dadri Accused, Reports Incorrect, Says Power Utility NTPC

    No Jobs For Dadri Accused, Reports Incorrect, Says Power Utility NTPC

    Power conglomerate National Thermal Power Corporation today denied reports that it has offered jobs to men accused of killing Mohammed Akhlaq -- the 52-year-old man from Dadri's Bisada village, who had been lynched after rumours of beef consumption two years ago.

'Nimisha Jaiswal' - 18 Video Result(s)

'Nimisha Jaiswal' - 22 News Result(s)

  • Are Police Misusing Laws To Punish Social Media Users? NDTV Investigates

    Are Police Misusing Laws To Punish Social Media Users? NDTV Investigates

    Rahat Khan, 24, who runs a Jan Suvidha Kendra in Dankaur, Greater Noida, was arrested by the police in March for posting an image of a Yogi Adityanath lookalike with a semi-clad woman. Mr Khan claims he did not share the image. But it was seen by Naveen Sharma -- a worker of Hindu Yuva Vahini, the outfit founded by the Yogi - who told NDTV that he ...

  • Center Fails To Utilise Pollution Abatement Fund, Finds Parliamentary Panel

    Center Fails To Utilise Pollution Abatement Fund, Finds Parliamentary Panel

    As north India struggles every winter with spiraling pollution, a parliamentary standing committee has found that the Central government did not fully use the funds earmarked for reduction of pollution abatement in 2016-17. The committee's report said while fund utilisation by the Environment Ministry was between 90 to 97 per cent from 2012 to 2016...

  • Delhi Government Had 787 Crore In Green Fund, Spent Little, Finds RTI

    Delhi Government Had 787 Crore In Green Fund, Spent Little, Finds RTI

    The Arvind Kejriwal government raised Rs 787 crore as environment cess in two years but has spent only a fraction of it on fighting pollution, a Right to Information or RTI query has revealed

  • Rainbow Flags, Drums And Dancing Mark Delhi's 10th Pride Parade

    Rainbow Flags, Drums And Dancing Mark Delhi's 10th Pride Parade

    Queer pride parades around the world are a colourful celebration of the LGBT identity and a demand for equal rights, and Delhi's 10th annual queer pride parade was no different.

  • 'Wouldn't Leave If It Wasn't For Air Quality': Expats On Delhi Pollution

    'Wouldn't Leave If It Wasn't For Air Quality': Expats On Delhi Pollution

    Emily Bild, a consultant from the UK, has lived in India since 2006. She loves living in Delhi, her work and her support system in the city, but she has decided to leave after air quality in Delhi fell drastically

  • Can't Be Day-To-Day Interference, Says Supreme Court In Centre vs AAP Government: 10 Facts

    Can't Be Day-To-Day Interference, Says Supreme Court In Centre vs AAP Government: 10 Facts

    Delhi's Lieutenant Governor has to be kept informed about all decisions taken by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal-led city government but it didn't appear necessary that the LG concurs in all matters, the Supreme Court said in "prima facie" observations made in the course of Tuesday's hearing. Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra said there could not ...

  • Touts, Selfie Requests Define The India Experience For Foreigners In Agra

    Touts, Selfie Requests Define The India Experience For Foreigners In Agra

    An attack on two Swiss tourists near Agra last month sparked worries about the safety of foreign travellers visiting the city. Agra attracts over five lakh foreign tourists every year. Tourists visiting Agra this month did not complain of feeling unsafe, but they continue to be hounded by selfie requests, salespersons and auto drivers

  • One Pollutant Alone Killed 5 Lakh Indians In 2015: Lancet

    One Pollutant Alone Killed 5 Lakh Indians In 2015: Lancet

    A new report published in the medical journal Lancet says that the pollutant PM2.5 alone killed five lakh Indians in 2015. For the first time, the report gives the number of deaths caused by each source of the pollutant, usually measured by levels of particulate matter or PM

  • This New Nasal Mask For Children Purifies Air Right At The Nostrils

    This New Nasal Mask For Children Purifies Air Right At The Nostrils

    A team of scientists in collaboration with IIT and AIIMS have developed a two centimeter nasal mask for children. It sticks on like a cap on the nostrils, cleaning the air right before it enters the nose.

  • After Delhi Woman Shot Dead In Car, Husband Confesses He Did It: Cops

    After Delhi Woman Shot Dead In Car, Husband Confesses He Did It: Cops

    Pankaj Mehra was driving home early in the morning in the heart of the capital after an outing with his wife and son. They had a meal near the famous Jama Masjid on Tuesday night after visiting one of the largest gurudwaras in Delhi. Then, Pankaj Mehra turned and shot his wife in the head twice, while their 2-year-old was in her lap.

  • In A Hurry To Clean Up Delhi Air, No Sight Of Long-Term Goal, Say Experts

    In A Hurry To Clean Up Delhi Air, No Sight Of Long-Term Goal, Say Experts

    The Supreme Court-appointed pollution watchdog recently implemented a Graded Response Action Plan or GRAP, which promises to take strict action every time particulate matter or PM 2.5 concentration reaches "very poor" or "severe" levels in Delhi and the National Capital Region. Experts, however, are saying that the short-term emergency measures the...

  • Delhi Pollution: Aerial Sprinkling Impractical, Say Experts

    Delhi Pollution: Aerial Sprinkling Impractical, Say Experts

    To bring down air pollution in the national capital, the Aam Aadmi Party government wants to use choppers for aerial water sprinkling in Delhi that should help settle the dust particles.

  • To Run Or Not: Delhi's Recreational Athletes Struggle With Smog

    To Run Or Not: Delhi's Recreational Athletes Struggle With Smog

    With a fall in temperature and India's major marathons around the corner, it is peak training season for runners in New Delhi. But the spike in smog, however, is making training difficult for most recreational athletes.

  • Dhanteras Sales Take A 40% Hit, Say Traders

    Dhanteras Sales Take A 40% Hit, Say Traders

    The festival of Dhanteras today has failed to cause an uptick in sales in Mumbai and Delhi.

  • No Jobs For Dadri Accused, Reports Incorrect, Says Power Utility NTPC

    No Jobs For Dadri Accused, Reports Incorrect, Says Power Utility NTPC

    Power conglomerate National Thermal Power Corporation today denied reports that it has offered jobs to men accused of killing Mohammed Akhlaq -- the 52-year-old man from Dadri's Bisada village, who had been lynched after rumours of beef consumption two years ago.

  • Dramatic Rise in Lung Cancer Among Non-Smokers, Say Doctors

    Dramatic Rise in Lung Cancer Among Non-Smokers, Say Doctors

    Leading pulmonologists in Delhi are saying that the incidence of lung cancer in non-smokers has quadrupled in the last 15 years. Five top doctors came together with the #MyRightToBreathe campaign to warn of the severe repercussions of living with air pollution.

  • Despite Fines And Subsidies, Haryana Farmers Continue Burning Crop Stubble

    Despite Fines And Subsidies, Haryana Farmers Continue Burning Crop Stubble

    Farmers in Haryana are flouting the ban on crop residue burning, despite the threat of steep fines by local authorities. Seventeen incidents have been reported in Panipat district alone. The agriculture department and the state pollution control board claim they held awareness camps in September at 198 villages in Panipat

  • Agra's Leather Industry Hit Hard By GST, Say Traders, Workers

    Agra's Leather Industry Hit Hard By GST, Say Traders, Workers

    Labourers, manufacturers and retailers who work in Agra's famed leather industry say they have seen a sharp drop in business since the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax.

  • Akhilesh Yadav Re-elected As Samajwadi Party Boss, Father Mulayam Missing

    Akhilesh Yadav Re-elected As Samajwadi Party Boss, Father Mulayam Missing

    Mulayam Singh Yadav skipped a meeting of the Samajwadi Party today where his son Akhilesh Yadav was unanimously elected national president for a five-year term. Mr Yadav junior has held the top post since earlier this year, when he ousted his father in a coup at a party meeting, promising then that it was a temporary arrangement.

  • Taj Mahal's Delisting Has Agra Locals Worried

    Taj Mahal's Delisting Has Agra Locals Worried

    As a 11-year-old, Shahid Abbas needed to start making a living. Forbidden from working anywhere else, he set up a stall selling Agra's most popular product- Taj Mahal mementos.

  • Journalists Protest Violence, Demand Report On Probes From Rajnath Singh

    Journalists Protest Violence, Demand Report On Probes From Rajnath Singh

    Journalists gathered at the Press Club of India in New Delhi today to protest the recent spate of violence against mediapersons. Reporters and editors from across media channels and newspapers demanded a status report on all pending cases from Home Minister Rajnath Singh.

  • ML Fotedar, Trusted Aide Of Indira, Rajiv Gandhi, Dies At 85

    ML Fotedar, Trusted Aide Of Indira, Rajiv Gandhi, Dies At 85

    Makhan Lal Fotedar, a veteran Congress leader who worked closely with three generations of the Gandhi family, died at a hospital in Gurgaon on Thursday.

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