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  • On Day 5 Of Arvind Kejriwal Sit-In, Ambulances Trigger Panic In AAP

    On Day 5 Of Arvind Kejriwal Sit-In, Ambulances Trigger Panic In AAP

    Four ambulances drove into Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal's home this afternoon, fuelling speculation that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his three ministers would be forcibly removed from the guest room where they have spent the past four days in protest.

  • Get Back To Work Or Else: BJP's Warning To Arvind Kejriwal

    Get Back To Work Or Else: BJP's Warning To Arvind Kejriwal

    The BJP today said Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's protest at the house of the Lieutenant Governor is creating a "constitutional crisis" and added that he should get back to work on his own or he will be forced to do so.

  • Father Of Delhi Man Killed By Muslim Girlfriend's Family Hosts Iftaar

    Father Of Delhi Man Killed By Muslim Girlfriend's Family Hosts <i>Iftaar</i>

    Barely four months after 23-year-old Ankit Saxena was stabbed to death by the family of his Muslim girlfriend in west Delhi's Raghubir Nagar, his father Yashpal Saxena organised an iftaar gathering for 200 people to send out a message of love and peace. Back then when attempts were made to communalise the young man's death, Mr Saxena's appeal to al...

  • 4-Year-Old Raped, Stabbed, Dumped In Container In Haryana's Faridabad

    4-Year-Old Raped, Stabbed, Dumped In Container In Haryana's Faridabad

    A four-year-old girl in Haryana's Faridabad district was raped, brutally stabbed to death, and then stuffed inside a container, allegedly by a man who used to work at her father's sweet shop.

  • Battling TB, Bus Driver's Son Tops Delhi Government Schools In Class 12 Exam

    Battling TB, Bus Driver's Son Tops Delhi Government Schools In Class 12 Exam

    In July last year, Prince Kumar was diagnosed with stage 1 tuberculosis. Now, the 17-year-old has topped Delhi government schools in the Class 12 board exams conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), scoring 97 per cent marks.

  • Centre Plans 'Big Brother' Tool To Track Social Media, Email: 10 Facts

    Centre Plans 'Big Brother' Tool To Track Social Media, Email: 10 Facts

    Every Facebook, Twitter and email user in India could soon have a new follower: the government. In a massive step with deep ramifications, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has invited bids for what could possibly be one of the world's largest social media monitoring systems - a tool that will track tweets, posts and content shared from ...

  • 97 Per Cent Of Newly Elected Karnataka Lawmakers Are Crorepatis: Report

    97 Per Cent Of Newly Elected Karnataka Lawmakers Are Crorepatis: Report

    At least 215 of the 221 newly elected lawmakers in Karnataka --- a whopping 97 per cent --- are crorepatis, says a report by Karnataka Election Watch and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR), an advocacy and research group.

  • Kashmiris Beaten by Mob In Delhi Colony, Residents Say They Started It

    Kashmiris Beaten by Mob In Delhi Colony, Residents Say They Started It

    Three Kashmiri women and a man were allegedly surrounded and thrashed by residents at a colony in Delhi last night. In a video clip on social media, a wounded woman, her back to a car, screams as she is beaten with hockey sticks. Men and women shout abuses instead of coming to the woman's rescue.

  • "Was Stuck In Debris As Roof Collapsed": Survivors Recount UP Dust Storm

    "Was Stuck In Debris As Roof Collapsed": Survivors Recount UP Dust Storm

    Over 100 people died in the thunderstorm that hit parts of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan on Wednesday. The worst-hit areas were villages around Agra where 48 people died and Bharatpur which reported 19 deaths. In these areas, the aftermath of the storm is glaring.

  • Provident Fund Portal Hacked, 2.7 Crore People Face Data Theft

    Provident Fund Portal Hacked, 2.7 Crore People Face Data Theft

    The personal and professional details of about 2.7 crore members registered with the retirement fund body Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) have been exposed to data theft.

  • In A Week, Aadhaar Data Of 70 Lakh Children On Andhra Pradesh Government Sites

    In A Week, Aadhaar Data Of 70 Lakh Children On Andhra Pradesh Government Sites

    The UIDAI, the body that governs Aadhaar, has maintained that its database is secure with them. But there have been reports of multiple government departments using Aadhaar data and have been found disclosing the private details of lakhs of citizens. Despite these leaks being reported, no substantial action seems to have been taken.

  • 11-Year-Old Raped Allegedly By Teen, Held Captive At Madrasa Near Delhi

    11-Year-Old Raped Allegedly By Teen, Held Captive At Madrasa Near Delhi

    An 11-year-old girl from East Delhi's Ghazipur was taken to a madrasa in Ghaziabad by a teen who allegedly raped her last week and held her captive for a day before the police rescued her.

  • Database Safe But There's A New Leak. 1.3 Lakh Aadhaar, Bank Details Out

    Database Safe But There's A New Leak. 1.3 Lakh Aadhaar, Bank Details Out

    The UIDAI, the body that governs Aadhaar, has told the Supreme Court that its database cannot be breached or used to profile citizens. A new data leak suggests that there may be no need for hackers to go that far.

  • How Fake News Is Attempting To Derail Kathua Rape Probe

    How Fake News Is Attempting To Derail Kathua Rape Probe

    Twelve days after the chargesheet on the Kathua rape and murder case, the Jammu and Kashmir police had to issue a statement, highlighting that the 8-year-old child was indeed raped. The step was taken to clamp down on a viral wave of fake news on social media and some sections of mainstream media that argued there was no rape.

  • Support Grows For Atishi Marlena, Fired By Centre As Delhi Adviser

    Support Grows For Atishi Marlena, Fired By Centre As Delhi Adviser

    Of the nine advisers to the Delhi government, who were sacked by the centre earlier this week, one name is gaining traction. Atishi Marlena's removal is also being seen as a setback to the efforts aimed at revamping the state of education in the government-run schools in the national capital.

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'Sukirti Dwivedi' - 43 News Result(s)

  • On Day 5 Of Arvind Kejriwal Sit-In, Ambulances Trigger Panic In AAP

    On Day 5 Of Arvind Kejriwal Sit-In, Ambulances Trigger Panic In AAP

    Four ambulances drove into Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal's home this afternoon, fuelling speculation that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his three ministers would be forcibly removed from the guest room where they have spent the past four days in protest.

  • Get Back To Work Or Else: BJP's Warning To Arvind Kejriwal

    Get Back To Work Or Else: BJP's Warning To Arvind Kejriwal

    The BJP today said Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's protest at the house of the Lieutenant Governor is creating a "constitutional crisis" and added that he should get back to work on his own or he will be forced to do so.

  • Father Of Delhi Man Killed By Muslim Girlfriend's Family Hosts Iftaar

    Father Of Delhi Man Killed By Muslim Girlfriend's Family Hosts <i>Iftaar</i>

    Barely four months after 23-year-old Ankit Saxena was stabbed to death by the family of his Muslim girlfriend in west Delhi's Raghubir Nagar, his father Yashpal Saxena organised an iftaar gathering for 200 people to send out a message of love and peace. Back then when attempts were made to communalise the young man's death, Mr Saxena's appeal to al...

  • 4-Year-Old Raped, Stabbed, Dumped In Container In Haryana's Faridabad

    4-Year-Old Raped, Stabbed, Dumped In Container In Haryana's Faridabad

    A four-year-old girl in Haryana's Faridabad district was raped, brutally stabbed to death, and then stuffed inside a container, allegedly by a man who used to work at her father's sweet shop.

  • Battling TB, Bus Driver's Son Tops Delhi Government Schools In Class 12 Exam

    Battling TB, Bus Driver's Son Tops Delhi Government Schools In Class 12 Exam

    In July last year, Prince Kumar was diagnosed with stage 1 tuberculosis. Now, the 17-year-old has topped Delhi government schools in the Class 12 board exams conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), scoring 97 per cent marks.

  • Centre Plans 'Big Brother' Tool To Track Social Media, Email: 10 Facts

    Centre Plans 'Big Brother' Tool To Track Social Media, Email: 10 Facts

    Every Facebook, Twitter and email user in India could soon have a new follower: the government. In a massive step with deep ramifications, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has invited bids for what could possibly be one of the world's largest social media monitoring systems - a tool that will track tweets, posts and content shared from ...

  • 97 Per Cent Of Newly Elected Karnataka Lawmakers Are Crorepatis: Report

    97 Per Cent Of Newly Elected Karnataka Lawmakers Are Crorepatis: Report

    At least 215 of the 221 newly elected lawmakers in Karnataka --- a whopping 97 per cent --- are crorepatis, says a report by Karnataka Election Watch and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR), an advocacy and research group.

  • Kashmiris Beaten by Mob In Delhi Colony, Residents Say They Started It

    Kashmiris Beaten by Mob In Delhi Colony, Residents Say They Started It

    Three Kashmiri women and a man were allegedly surrounded and thrashed by residents at a colony in Delhi last night. In a video clip on social media, a wounded woman, her back to a car, screams as she is beaten with hockey sticks. Men and women shout abuses instead of coming to the woman's rescue.

  • "Was Stuck In Debris As Roof Collapsed": Survivors Recount UP Dust Storm

    "Was Stuck In Debris As Roof Collapsed": Survivors Recount UP Dust Storm

    Over 100 people died in the thunderstorm that hit parts of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan on Wednesday. The worst-hit areas were villages around Agra where 48 people died and Bharatpur which reported 19 deaths. In these areas, the aftermath of the storm is glaring.

  • Provident Fund Portal Hacked, 2.7 Crore People Face Data Theft

    Provident Fund Portal Hacked, 2.7 Crore People Face Data Theft

    The personal and professional details of about 2.7 crore members registered with the retirement fund body Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) have been exposed to data theft.

  • In A Week, Aadhaar Data Of 70 Lakh Children On Andhra Pradesh Government Sites

    In A Week, Aadhaar Data Of 70 Lakh Children On Andhra Pradesh Government Sites

    The UIDAI, the body that governs Aadhaar, has maintained that its database is secure with them. But there have been reports of multiple government departments using Aadhaar data and have been found disclosing the private details of lakhs of citizens. Despite these leaks being reported, no substantial action seems to have been taken.

  • 11-Year-Old Raped Allegedly By Teen, Held Captive At Madrasa Near Delhi

    11-Year-Old Raped Allegedly By Teen, Held Captive At Madrasa Near Delhi

    An 11-year-old girl from East Delhi's Ghazipur was taken to a madrasa in Ghaziabad by a teen who allegedly raped her last week and held her captive for a day before the police rescued her.

  • Database Safe But There's A New Leak. 1.3 Lakh Aadhaar, Bank Details Out

    Database Safe But There's A New Leak. 1.3 Lakh Aadhaar, Bank Details Out

    The UIDAI, the body that governs Aadhaar, has told the Supreme Court that its database cannot be breached or used to profile citizens. A new data leak suggests that there may be no need for hackers to go that far.

  • How Fake News Is Attempting To Derail Kathua Rape Probe

    How Fake News Is Attempting To Derail Kathua Rape Probe

    Twelve days after the chargesheet on the Kathua rape and murder case, the Jammu and Kashmir police had to issue a statement, highlighting that the 8-year-old child was indeed raped. The step was taken to clamp down on a viral wave of fake news on social media and some sections of mainstream media that argued there was no rape.

  • Support Grows For Atishi Marlena, Fired By Centre As Delhi Adviser

    Support Grows For Atishi Marlena, Fired By Centre As Delhi Adviser

    Of the nine advisers to the Delhi government, who were sacked by the centre earlier this week, one name is gaining traction. Atishi Marlena's removal is also being seen as a setback to the efforts aimed at revamping the state of education in the government-run schools in the national capital.

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