Written By Nimisha Jaiswal


'Written By Nimisha Jaiswal' - 38 News Result(s)

  • From Metro To Bus To 11-Minute Walk, A Test Of Delhi's Public Transport

    From Metro To Bus To 11-Minute Walk, A Test Of Delhi's Public Transport

    Encouraging the use of public transport is key to fighting pollution and reducing congestion. In fact, the Delhi Master Plan aims to have 80 per cent ridership using public transport by 2021. However, only 54 per cent of motorised users take public transport currently, and over 40 per cent still choose cars or two-wheelers. Experts say better integ...

  • Delhi Waits For New Low-Floor Buses After Petition Blocks Deployment

    Delhi Waits For New Low-Floor Buses After Petition Blocks Deployment

    It has been seven years since the last new buses were added to the Delhi fleet. Now, with a new study finding that the Delhi metro is the second most expensive system in the world, the lack of more buses on the roads is all the more stinging.

  • With Demands Of Loan Waiver, Minimum Wage, Farmers Hit The Road In Delhi

    With Demands Of Loan Waiver, Minimum Wage, Farmers Hit The Road In Delhi

    Parts of Delhi turned a sea of red today as thousands of farmers from across India hit the streets of the national capital to draw attention to what they say is an agrarian crisis in the country. The rally, organised by Left-leaning farmers' and workers' groups, is demanding reforms in key government policies on farmers' compensation, minimum wage ...

  • 1.2 Crore In 10 Months: Government's Report Card On Job Creation

    1.2 Crore In 10 Months: Government's Report Card On Job Creation

    Around 1.2 crore jobs were added in the country's formal sector in the last 10 months, says a report released by the government in the backdrop of an ongoing tussle with the opposition over job creation.

  • 2 Of 3 Indians Stunted Due To Malnutrition, Earn 13 Per Cent Less: Report

    2 Of 3 Indians Stunted Due To Malnutrition, Earn 13 Per Cent Less: Report

    India has the fourth highest number of stunted people in the workforce in the world, according to a new study by the World Bank. 66 per cent Indians in the workforce are stunted because of childhood malnutrition, which leads to a 13 per cent loss in income per capita, the report finds.

  • 5 Crore LPG Connections Completed Before Deadline, Bigger Goal For 2020

    5 Crore LPG Connections Completed Before Deadline, Bigger Goal For 2020

    The Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana, a clean cooking gas initiative, has been a roaring success, the government has claimed. The centre says that it has managed to provide five crore LPG connections in 26 months, well before the deadline of May 2019. Looking at the speed at which connections have been disbursed, the programme's goal has been scaled u...

  • Farmers March In Delhi To Express No Confidence In Modi Government

    Farmers March In Delhi To Express No Confidence In Modi Government

    Farmers from across the country converged in Delhi once again, in support of the opposition-backed no confidence motion in Parliament and to protest against the government's inaction on farmer distress.

  • No Clear Answer To Riddle Of Job Creation In India Due To Haphazard Data

    No Clear Answer To Riddle Of Job Creation In India Due To Haphazard Data

    Two crore new jobs --- that is what the BJP had promised in its campaign for the 2014 general elections. Four years on, there's no clarity on how much of it has been delivered, partly because of the confusion over data on jobs created.

  • Centre, State Should Cut Taxes On Fuel, Says Niti Aayog Boss

    Centre, State Should Cut Taxes On Fuel, Says Niti Aayog Boss

    Niti Aayog vice chairperson Rajiv Kumar on Monday called for a cut in taxes on fuel, both by the centre and the state. Mr Kumar also told NDTV that he was strongly in favour of fuel being brought under the Goods and Services Tax or GST.

  • Polls Apart: Why Karnataka Exit Polls Fail To Agree

    Polls Apart: Why Karnataka Exit Polls Fail To Agree

    Exit polls have been divided over the results of the Karnataka assembly elections --- while six have predicted that the BJP will be the single largest party, three are vouching for the Congress. Only three say there will be a clear winner, while the rest predict a hung assembly.

  • Under Modi Government, VIP Hate Speech Skyrockets - By 500%

    Under Modi Government, VIP Hate Speech Skyrockets - By 500%

    The use of hateful and divisive language by high-ranking politicians has increased almost 500% in the past four years, an NDTV data collection exercise has found.

  • Ghost Village, False Cases: The Aftermath Of Dalit Bandh Violence In UP

    Ghost Village, False Cases: The Aftermath Of Dalit Bandh Violence In UP

    Shriram Hiteshi, an 85-year-old Dalit social activist running a school, is one of the many from his community accused of rioting and attempt to murder, in two First Information Reports (FIRs) filed by the Ghaziabad police. These FIRs were filed after the violence that took place on April 2, the day Dalit groups had called a Bharat Bandh to protest ...

  • After "Fake News" Order, Nominations To Media Watchdog Spark Row

    After "Fake News" Order, Nominations To Media Watchdog Spark Row

    Journalists, editors and media managers and owners will meet tomorrow to take a common stand on issues with the constitution of media watchdog Press Council of India (PCI) and the Central Press Accreditation Committee (CPAC). Both media bodies, in the process of being reconstituted, have been called into question.

  • JNU Students On March Demanding Arrest Of Professor Accused Of Harassment

    JNU Students On March Demanding Arrest Of Professor Accused Of Harassment

    Demanding the immediate arrest of a professor who has been accused of sexual harassment, students of the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) today marched to the local police station.

  • How Yogi Adityanath's Citadel Fell: Decoding BJP's Gorakhpur Bypoll Loss

    How Yogi Adityanath's Citadel Fell: Decoding BJP's Gorakhpur Bypoll Loss

    In the villages of Pipraich, one of the five assembly segments in the Gorakhpur Lok Sabha constituency in Uttar Pradesh, lie the clues to the BJP's shock bypoll defeat.

'Written By Nimisha Jaiswal' - 38 News Result(s)

  • From Metro To Bus To 11-Minute Walk, A Test Of Delhi's Public Transport

    From Metro To Bus To 11-Minute Walk, A Test Of Delhi's Public Transport

    Encouraging the use of public transport is key to fighting pollution and reducing congestion. In fact, the Delhi Master Plan aims to have 80 per cent ridership using public transport by 2021. However, only 54 per cent of motorised users take public transport currently, and over 40 per cent still choose cars or two-wheelers. Experts say better integ...

  • Delhi Waits For New Low-Floor Buses After Petition Blocks Deployment

    Delhi Waits For New Low-Floor Buses After Petition Blocks Deployment

    It has been seven years since the last new buses were added to the Delhi fleet. Now, with a new study finding that the Delhi metro is the second most expensive system in the world, the lack of more buses on the roads is all the more stinging.

  • With Demands Of Loan Waiver, Minimum Wage, Farmers Hit The Road In Delhi

    With Demands Of Loan Waiver, Minimum Wage, Farmers Hit The Road In Delhi

    Parts of Delhi turned a sea of red today as thousands of farmers from across India hit the streets of the national capital to draw attention to what they say is an agrarian crisis in the country. The rally, organised by Left-leaning farmers' and workers' groups, is demanding reforms in key government policies on farmers' compensation, minimum wage ...

  • 1.2 Crore In 10 Months: Government's Report Card On Job Creation

    1.2 Crore In 10 Months: Government's Report Card On Job Creation

    Around 1.2 crore jobs were added in the country's formal sector in the last 10 months, says a report released by the government in the backdrop of an ongoing tussle with the opposition over job creation.

  • 2 Of 3 Indians Stunted Due To Malnutrition, Earn 13 Per Cent Less: Report

    2 Of 3 Indians Stunted Due To Malnutrition, Earn 13 Per Cent Less: Report

    India has the fourth highest number of stunted people in the workforce in the world, according to a new study by the World Bank. 66 per cent Indians in the workforce are stunted because of childhood malnutrition, which leads to a 13 per cent loss in income per capita, the report finds.

  • 5 Crore LPG Connections Completed Before Deadline, Bigger Goal For 2020

    5 Crore LPG Connections Completed Before Deadline, Bigger Goal For 2020

    The Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana, a clean cooking gas initiative, has been a roaring success, the government has claimed. The centre says that it has managed to provide five crore LPG connections in 26 months, well before the deadline of May 2019. Looking at the speed at which connections have been disbursed, the programme's goal has been scaled u...

  • Farmers March In Delhi To Express No Confidence In Modi Government

    Farmers March In Delhi To Express No Confidence In Modi Government

    Farmers from across the country converged in Delhi once again, in support of the opposition-backed no confidence motion in Parliament and to protest against the government's inaction on farmer distress.

  • No Clear Answer To Riddle Of Job Creation In India Due To Haphazard Data

    No Clear Answer To Riddle Of Job Creation In India Due To Haphazard Data

    Two crore new jobs --- that is what the BJP had promised in its campaign for the 2014 general elections. Four years on, there's no clarity on how much of it has been delivered, partly because of the confusion over data on jobs created.

  • Centre, State Should Cut Taxes On Fuel, Says Niti Aayog Boss

    Centre, State Should Cut Taxes On Fuel, Says Niti Aayog Boss

    Niti Aayog vice chairperson Rajiv Kumar on Monday called for a cut in taxes on fuel, both by the centre and the state. Mr Kumar also told NDTV that he was strongly in favour of fuel being brought under the Goods and Services Tax or GST.

  • Polls Apart: Why Karnataka Exit Polls Fail To Agree

    Polls Apart: Why Karnataka Exit Polls Fail To Agree

    Exit polls have been divided over the results of the Karnataka assembly elections --- while six have predicted that the BJP will be the single largest party, three are vouching for the Congress. Only three say there will be a clear winner, while the rest predict a hung assembly.

  • Under Modi Government, VIP Hate Speech Skyrockets - By 500%

    Under Modi Government, VIP Hate Speech Skyrockets - By 500%

    The use of hateful and divisive language by high-ranking politicians has increased almost 500% in the past four years, an NDTV data collection exercise has found.

  • Ghost Village, False Cases: The Aftermath Of Dalit Bandh Violence In UP

    Ghost Village, False Cases: The Aftermath Of Dalit Bandh Violence In UP

    Shriram Hiteshi, an 85-year-old Dalit social activist running a school, is one of the many from his community accused of rioting and attempt to murder, in two First Information Reports (FIRs) filed by the Ghaziabad police. These FIRs were filed after the violence that took place on April 2, the day Dalit groups had called a Bharat Bandh to protest ...

  • After "Fake News" Order, Nominations To Media Watchdog Spark Row

    After "Fake News" Order, Nominations To Media Watchdog Spark Row

    Journalists, editors and media managers and owners will meet tomorrow to take a common stand on issues with the constitution of media watchdog Press Council of India (PCI) and the Central Press Accreditation Committee (CPAC). Both media bodies, in the process of being reconstituted, have been called into question.

  • JNU Students On March Demanding Arrest Of Professor Accused Of Harassment

    JNU Students On March Demanding Arrest Of Professor Accused Of Harassment

    Demanding the immediate arrest of a professor who has been accused of sexual harassment, students of the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) today marched to the local police station.

  • How Yogi Adityanath's Citadel Fell: Decoding BJP's Gorakhpur Bypoll Loss

    How Yogi Adityanath's Citadel Fell: Decoding BJP's Gorakhpur Bypoll Loss

    In the villages of Pipraich, one of the five assembly segments in the Gorakhpur Lok Sabha constituency in Uttar Pradesh, lie the clues to the BJP's shock bypoll defeat.

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