Sukriti Dwivedi


'Sukriti Dwivedi' - 7 News Result(s)

  • Delhi's Proposed Free Metro Scheme For Women To Bring First Ride For Many

    Delhi's Proposed Free Metro Scheme For Women To Bring First Ride For Many

    Delhi government's proposal to offer free bus and metro rides has stirred a debate on social media over the feasibility of such a scheme. Many have even questioned the timing and intention behind the announcement

  • UP's Muzaffarnagar Set To Witness Clash Of Heavyweights In First Phase

    UP's Muzaffarnagar Set To Witness Clash Of Heavyweights In First Phase

    The seven-phased national elections begin on Thursday and Muzaffarnagar in western Uttar Pradesh, which polls in the first phase, is set for a clash of heavyweights - Rashtriya Lok Dal Chief Ajit Singh andBJP leader Sanjeev Balyan, the sitting lawmaker here.

  • NaMo TV "Doesn't Need Go-Ahead", Say Government Sources: 10 Points

    NaMo TV "Doesn't Need Go-Ahead", Say Government Sources: 10 Points

    NaMo TV, the channel exclusively featuring Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speeches and pro-BJP content, is an "advertising platform" that does not need the government's approval, sources in the Information and Broadcasting ministry have told NDTV. The ministry has been asked for a report by the Election Commission following opposition complaints ag...

  • From Priyanka Gandhi Sarees To NaMo Caps, Parties Bet On Poll Merchandise

    From Priyanka Gandhi Sarees To NaMo Caps, Parties Bet On Poll Merchandise

    For the past 20 years, Jeetram has been selling Congress merchandise outside the party headquarters at Delhi's Akhar Road. But this is the first time that his merchandise will feature the newly-minted politician Priyanka Gandhi Vadra.

  • Delhi Asks Students To Submit Aadhaar, Voter ID, Triggers Outrage

    Delhi Asks Students To Submit Aadhaar, Voter ID, Triggers Outrage

    The Delhi government has mandated students at city schools to disclose their Aadhaar and Voter ID information in an effort to identify those hailing from neighbouring states. The issue has snowballed into a major controversy, with legal experts citing privacy violations and opposition parties terming it as a "conspiracy".

  • Government Exploring Options To Block Social Media Apps, Activists Oppose

    Government Exploring Options To Block Social Media Apps, Activists Oppose

    In yet another government move to regulate social media, the telecom department has asked internet and telecom service providers to explore possible options for blocking mobile applications, including Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram and Telegram, in situations where national security and public order are under threat. However, firms and experts say t...

  • Race For Nursery Admissions In Delhi, Parents Face Hassles

    Race For Nursery Admissions In Delhi, Parents Face Hassles

    The application process for nursery admissions to some 1,500 private unaided recognised schools in Delhi started on December 27 and will go on till January 17. Geetika Verma, 28, and her husband Sumit, 32, are among thousands of parents across Delhi who are facing endless hurdles in the admission process as they seek a school for their three-year-o...

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'Sukriti Dwivedi' - 7 News Result(s)

  • Delhi's Proposed Free Metro Scheme For Women To Bring First Ride For Many

    Delhi's Proposed Free Metro Scheme For Women To Bring First Ride For Many

    Delhi government's proposal to offer free bus and metro rides has stirred a debate on social media over the feasibility of such a scheme. Many have even questioned the timing and intention behind the announcement

  • UP's Muzaffarnagar Set To Witness Clash Of Heavyweights In First Phase

    UP's Muzaffarnagar Set To Witness Clash Of Heavyweights In First Phase

    The seven-phased national elections begin on Thursday and Muzaffarnagar in western Uttar Pradesh, which polls in the first phase, is set for a clash of heavyweights - Rashtriya Lok Dal Chief Ajit Singh andBJP leader Sanjeev Balyan, the sitting lawmaker here.

  • NaMo TV "Doesn't Need Go-Ahead", Say Government Sources: 10 Points

    NaMo TV "Doesn't Need Go-Ahead", Say Government Sources: 10 Points

    NaMo TV, the channel exclusively featuring Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speeches and pro-BJP content, is an "advertising platform" that does not need the government's approval, sources in the Information and Broadcasting ministry have told NDTV. The ministry has been asked for a report by the Election Commission following opposition complaints ag...

  • From Priyanka Gandhi Sarees To NaMo Caps, Parties Bet On Poll Merchandise

    From Priyanka Gandhi Sarees To NaMo Caps, Parties Bet On Poll Merchandise

    For the past 20 years, Jeetram has been selling Congress merchandise outside the party headquarters at Delhi's Akhar Road. But this is the first time that his merchandise will feature the newly-minted politician Priyanka Gandhi Vadra.

  • Delhi Asks Students To Submit Aadhaar, Voter ID, Triggers Outrage

    Delhi Asks Students To Submit Aadhaar, Voter ID, Triggers Outrage

    The Delhi government has mandated students at city schools to disclose their Aadhaar and Voter ID information in an effort to identify those hailing from neighbouring states. The issue has snowballed into a major controversy, with legal experts citing privacy violations and opposition parties terming it as a "conspiracy".

  • Government Exploring Options To Block Social Media Apps, Activists Oppose

    Government Exploring Options To Block Social Media Apps, Activists Oppose

    In yet another government move to regulate social media, the telecom department has asked internet and telecom service providers to explore possible options for blocking mobile applications, including Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram and Telegram, in situations where national security and public order are under threat. However, firms and experts say t...

  • Race For Nursery Admissions In Delhi, Parents Face Hassles

    Race For Nursery Admissions In Delhi, Parents Face Hassles

    The application process for nursery admissions to some 1,500 private unaided recognised schools in Delhi started on December 27 and will go on till January 17. Geetika Verma, 28, and her husband Sumit, 32, are among thousands of parents across Delhi who are facing endless hurdles in the admission process as they seek a school for their three-year-o...

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