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  • 73 Per Cent Women In India Take Their Pharmacist's Help For Abortion: Study

    73 Per Cent Women In India Take Their Pharmacist's Help For Abortion: Study

    Almost three out of every four women (73 per cent) in India who undergo abortion take the help of a pharmacist or an informal vendor, according to a study.

  • Case Filed Against Gurgaon Hospital Doctor For 7-Year-Old Girl's Death

    Case Filed Against Gurgaon Hospital Doctor For 7-Year-Old Girl's Death

    A police case has been registered against a senior doctor at Gurgaon's Fortis Hospital for allegedly causing the death of the seven-year-old girl admitted to the hospital for treatment of dengue.

  • Noida Teen Killed Mother-Sister With Pizza Cutter, Has Confessed: Police

    Noida Teen Killed Mother-Sister With Pizza Cutter, Has Confessed: Police

    A 16-year-old boy, missing since the murder of his mother and sister near Delhi last week, was picked up from Varanasi on Tuesday night and has confessed to killing them with scissors and a pizza cutter because he was scolded and beaten up at home, a senior police officer said.

  • Missing Teen, Suspect In Mother-Sister's Murder, Caught In Varanasi

    Missing Teen, Suspect In Mother-Sister's Murder, Caught In Varanasi

    A 16-year-old boy missing since the murder of his mother and sister near Delhi on Monday has been taken into custody in Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh, the police have said. He will brought to Noida.

  • Gurgaon Hospital Tried To Buy Me Out, Alleges Father Of Girl, 7, Who Died

    Gurgaon Hospital Tried To Buy Me Out, Alleges Father Of Girl, 7, Who Died

    The father of a seven-year-old Adya who died of dengue after a fortnight at Gurgaon's Fortis hospital on Wednesday alleged the hospital had offered him money to end his campaign. Jayant Singh made the disclosure hours after the Haryana government inquiry indicted the private hospital for negligence, unethical and unlawful acts.

  • Hospital That Declared Newborn Dead Didn't Follow Norms: Delhi Panel

    Hospital That Declared Newborn Dead Didn't Follow Norms: Delhi Panel

    A Delhi government panel formed to probe the case of a premature baby, wrongly declared dead by an upscale private hospital, has found the hospital guilty of not following prescribed medical norms in dealing with newborn infants.

  • Delhi Hospital That Declared Newborn Dead Fires 2 Doctors Amid Outrage

    Delhi Hospital That Declared Newborn Dead Fires 2 Doctors Amid Outrage

    A Delhi hospital that has found itself in the middle of a storm over incorrectly declaring a newborn dead said on Sunday that it has fired two doctors over the incident. Earlier in the day, Max Healthcare said a probe team set up to investigate a case is expected to conclude its investigation tomorrow.

  • Newborn Declared Dead: Max Hospital Licence Can Be Cancelled If Found Guilty, Says Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain

    Newborn Declared Dead: Max Hospital Licence Can Be Cancelled If Found Guilty, Says Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain

    The licence of an upscale Delhi hospital, which incorrectly declared a baby dead along with his still-born twin and handed over the bodies to the parents in plastic bags, can be cancelled if it is found guilty, Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain said today.

  • Barack Obama's Delhi Town Hall Part Of His "Most Important" Mission

    Barack Obama's Delhi Town Hall Part Of His "Most Important" Mission

    Former US President Barack Obama said today that his India visit was part of his single-biggest post-Presidency mission: to help form the next generation of leadership, not only in the US but across the world.

  • Parents Given 'Dead' Twins In Plastic Bags By Delhi Hospital, 1 Was Alive

    Parents Given 'Dead' Twins In Plastic Bags By Delhi Hospital, 1 Was Alive

    A baby declared dead along with his still-born twin by an upscale Delhi hospital, and handed over to his parents in a plastic package, was found breathing when he was about to be buried. The staggering botch-up has been reported at a time another private hospital is being investigated for overcharging the parents of a seven-year-old girl who died o...

  • Gujaratis From Abroad Return To State To Support BJP In Coming Polls

    Gujaratis From Abroad Return To State To Support BJP In Coming Polls

    The BJP, which has been in power in Gujarat for 22 years, is receiving a lot of support from citizens living abroad. In the US, Gujaratis have turned up in large numbers to welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his multiple visits. Now, a lot of them are making a beeline for home to support the party in the coming assembly elections in the st...

  • "Vote Who Can Beat BJP In Gujarat": Arvind Kejriwal On AAP Anniversary

    "Vote Who Can Beat BJP In Gujarat": Arvind Kejriwal On AAP Anniversary

    Arvind Kejriwal's message on Sunday, on the fifth anniversary of the Aam Aadmi Party, appeared circumspect. Instead of just AAP, a party that no one sees as a serious challenger to the ruling BJP in Gujarat, his appeal at Delhi's Ramlila Maidan was - vote for whoever can beat the BJP.

  • As AAP Turns 6, Arvind Kejriwal Lists BJP 'Scams', Throws In A Prediction

    As AAP Turns 6, Arvind Kejriwal Lists BJP 'Scams', Throws In A Prediction

    The Aam Aadmi Party, which began in 2012 as a political experiment and shortly went on to sweep the assembly elections in Delhi, completed five years today.

  • Monday Night Rain Could Bring Relief From Delhi's Poisonous Smog

    Monday Night Rain Could Bring Relief From Delhi's Poisonous Smog

    From outstripping Beijing, known for its record pollution, to international airlines cancelling flights to the world's most polluted capital, Delhi saw pollution last week that peaked at 40 times the World Health Organization's safe level. The ordeal for the city of 20 million, however, might be over for now.

  • Teen Suspect In Pradyuman Murder Taken To School For Crime Reconstruction

    Teen Suspect In Pradyuman Murder Taken To School For Crime Reconstruction

    The Class 11 student suspected in the murder of seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur was taken to Gurgaon's Ryan International School again today to help with the reconstruction of events. The boy's father has alleged that he has been tortured, "hung upside down and brutally thrashed".

  • Bus Conductor Who Says He Was Framed For Pradyuman's Murder Seeks Bail

    Bus Conductor Who Says He Was Framed For Pradyuman's Murder Seeks Bail

    Nearly two months after he was arrested on charges of killing 7-year-old Pradyuman Thakur at his school, Ashok Kumar, a school bus conductor, has asked today for bail. A court will take up his request next Friday. Earlier this week, the CBI made the jaw-dropping disclosure that it believes a Class 11 student, had killed Pradyuman on September 8 a...

  • In School Murder, CBI Questioned 125 Senior Students, Took Blood Samples

    In School Murder, CBI Questioned 125 Senior Students, Took Blood Samples

    Before detaining a student for the murder of seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur at the Ryan International School in Gurgaon in September, the CBI questioned students of classes 10, 11 and 12 for weeks and also asked for their blood samples.

  • Revamped Delhi-Kathgodam Shatabdi Has Wi-Fi, Swanky Decor, Braille Signs

    Revamped Delhi-Kathgodam Shatabdi Has Wi-Fi, Swanky Decor, Braille Signs

    The New Delhi-Kathgodam Shatabdi Express has got a swanky makeover and passengers will be provided smooth WiFi access, entertainment options, cleaner toilets (a major concern for most train travellers) and laundry at no extra cost. The menu and the uniform of the staff have also been restyled.

  • Days Before Delhi Marathon, Doctors Warn Runners Of Pollution Risks

    Days Before Delhi Marathon, Doctors Warn Runners Of Pollution Risks

    Aman Awasthi, 61, moved to Delhi in 2004. After developing a heart condition, his doctors advised a strict diet and regular exercise. So Mr Awasthi made it a point to walk for 30 minutes and top up the hour running every morning. "How ironic that now doctors are saying don't run. It will turn out to be unhealthy. This is the price of retiring in a ...

  • Experts On What’s Stopping India To Become TB Free

    Experts On What’s Stopping India To Become TB Free

    India has the highest Tuberculosis burden in the world. Of the 10 million TB cases reported worldwide, over 2 million are from India. Maximum drug-resistant TB patients are also found in India. The government aims to eliminate tuberculosis by 2025, ahead of the WHO targets. Experts, however, opine that the target is devoid of any understanding ...

  • In Rare Move, Ayurveda Expert Appointed Secretary Of AYUSH Ministry

    In Rare Move, Ayurveda Expert Appointed Secretary Of AYUSH Ministry

    Breaking convention of appointing bureaucrats as secretary, the government on Wednesday appointed an Ayurveda expert to the AYUSH ministry. Vadiya Rajesh Kotecha, who was appointed the special secretary in June this year, has been made secretary in the AYUSH ministry, according to an official order.

  • As Delhi Metro Fares Hiked, A Smart Way To Avail Cheaper Rates

    As Delhi Metro Fares Hiked, A Smart Way To Avail Cheaper Rates

    The Delhi Metro just increased fares across all its routes except the Airport Line beyond five kilometres by Rs 10, a hike which comes just five months after the previous one.

  • Nigerian Tied To Post, Thrashed By Mob In Delhi, Nobody Helped

    Nigerian Tied To Post, Thrashed By Mob In Delhi, Nobody Helped

    A Nigerian man begs and screams as he is tied to a post and thrashed in Delhi, in a disturbing video that has been shared with NDTV. The police say no connection to racism has been found.

  • 'You Can Move Us, Not Our Resolve': The Temporary Residents Of Jantar Mantar

    'You Can Move Us, Not Our Resolve': The Temporary Residents Of Jantar Mantar

    Nestled between Ashoka Road and Tolstoy Road, Jantar Mantar Lane has been an iconic spot for agitations. It has been witness to several protests- despite overcast skies hundreds rallied here with #NotInMyName banners, Anna Hazares anti-corruption movement gained momentum and clad in green cloth with skulls of their peers, the Tamil farmers demandin...

  • Durga Puja Committee Goes Green, Immerses Eco-Friendly Idols In A Pit

    Durga Puja Committee Goes Green, Immerses Eco-Friendly Idols In A Pit

    In a move away from tradition, the B Block CR Park Durga Puja Committee decided to bid adieu to Durga in an eco-friendly way. The residents dug two pits (5 feet by 10 feet) in their colony park and covered it with a tarpaulin to hold water.

  • Bow Fails, PM Modi Throws Arrow At Ravana With A Smile. Watch

    Bow Fails, PM Modi Throws Arrow At Ravana With A Smile. Watch

    At the Red Fort Ground in New Delhi this evening, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took aim with a bow and arrow at the effigy of Ravana as a symbolic gesture to mark Dussehra festivities.

  • Durga Pujo In Delhi With A Tinge Of Green

    Durga Pujo In Delhi With A Tinge Of Green

    Durga Puja (Pujo in Bengali) is celebrated across India in different ways, though not at the grand scale like that of Kolkata, Delhi isn't far behind. The heat is oppressive, the crowds claustrophobic, the smells overwhelming- the city's Bengali hub Chittaranjan Park is buzzing with people and the sounds of dhaak.

  • Delhi Celebrates Durga Puja In An Eco-Friendly Way

    Delhi Celebrates Durga Puja In An Eco-Friendly Way

    Though Kolkata hosts the largest celebration of Durga Puja, Delhi isn't far behind. The heat is oppressive, the crowds pulsating, and the smells overwhelming in the capital's Bengali hub Chittaranjan Park, which is buzzing with people and the sounds of the traditional drum, dhaak.

  • Gurgaon's Ryan International School Reopens With Heightened Safety Measures

    Gurgaon's Ryan International School Reopens With Heightened Safety Measures

    Weeks after the murder of a Class 2 student in a toilet, Gurgaon's Ryan International School opened today with 40 new CCTV cameras and a new security agency guarding its premises.

  • CBI, Forensics Team At Ryan International School, Search For Clues In Pradyuman Thakur Murder Case

    CBI, Forensics Team At Ryan International School, Search For Clues In Pradyuman Thakur Murder Case

    A day after the Central Bureau of Investigation took over the probe into the murder of seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur, a three-member team of the investigation agency is at his Ryan International School in Gurgaon this morning.

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