citybriefs: Delhi gets 6 months to retain bus depot

The Delhi High court on Thursday allowed the city government to amend the Delhi Master Plan 2021 for converting its temporary bus depot on the Yamuna riverside,opposite Millennium Park,into a permanent one.

Written by Express News Service | Published:September 14, 2012 12:52 am

NEW DELHI: The Delhi High court on Thursday allowed the city government to amend the Delhi Master Plan 2021 for converting its temporary bus depot on the Yamuna riverside,opposite Millennium Park,into a permanent one. A bench of Acting Chief Justice A K Sikri and Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw granted six months to the government to amend the Master Plan. If the government failed to do it within the stipulated time,the bus depot would have to be relocated,the court said.

Man on run for 1997 marksheet fraud held

NEW DELHI: Police on Wednesday arrested Harvinder Tokas,who was among 18 students found to have allegedly used forged marksheets to gain admission in Deshbandhu College in 1997. He has been on the run for the past 14 years until police caught him at his in-laws’ residence in Kishan Garh,Vasant Kunj. The others were arrested in 1998.

DTC bus driver found murdered

NEW DELHI: A 58-year-old DTC bus driver,who was missing from his house since Wednesday evening,was found murdered in Outer Delhi’s Kanjhawala on Thursday morning. Ruling out robbery,police said Surender Dabas’s body was found in a pool of blood close to his car.

Sales manager missing,kidnap case registered

GURGAON: A case of kidnapping has been lodged at Udyog Vihar police station after a sales manager of Indiabulls went missing on September 10. But the family of 28-year-old Abhishek Verma was not sure if he was kidnapped,police said. His brother said he lost contact with Abhishek after his last call around 1 pm from Baba Kharak Singh Marg in Delhi on Monday.

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