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Under fire over the repeated attacks in New Delhi on people from the Northeast, Delhi Police on Saturday announced a slew of steps, including setting up of a new unit and a helpline number to address any grievance faced by them. We have decided to
We have a moral responsibility Write a comment February 14, 2014 11:23 Delhi Assembly drama today : All eyes today on Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal as the Jan Lokpal Bill will be introduced in the Assembly today.
In an about-turn from the statement issued by the Delhi government that the Jan Lokpal Bill would be passed in an Assembly session in public, advocate Prashant Bhushan told the Delhi High Court on Thursday that a decision was yet to be taken as the
India assets to software giant Microsoft as part of the impending acquisition. Finnish handset maker Nokia has filed an appeal in the Supreme Court after the Delhi High Court tweaked the conditions that the company would have to follow in order to
The Delhi High Court today sought a response from Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi Government on plea seeking to restrain it from holding session outside the Assembly to fulfil the poll promise of clearing the Jan Lokpal Bill. "Is there any provision to
Special unit being set up for security of Northeast people here While the Delhi High Court on Tuesday directed the Centre to consider giving 10 per cent reservation to people from the Northeast in the Delhi Police, the latter informed the Court that
The Delhi Lokayukta has found that some unauthorised colonies received provisional regularisation certificates despite having submitted incomplete applications. A view of one of the colonies in Dabri which was regularised. File photo There is little
The newly appointed Supreme Court Judge NV Ramana would assume charge on February 13. President Pranab Mukherjee issued orders appointing the Delhi High Court Chief Justice Ramana as the Judge of the Apex Court on Saturday.
The AAP-led government today directed its Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) to register FIRs in three cases of alleged irregularities in Delhi Jal Board (DJB) which caused a loss of Rs 341 crore to the state exchequer. Delhi government said in a statement,
IST Share More Justice Misra wondered how illegal constructions were permitted "under the very noses" of the officials deployed in the area. The Delhi High Court has pulled up civic authorities for not being vigilant about illegal constructions,