AAP govt vs Central government: Petitions over row flood Delhi High Court

AAP govt vs Central government: Petitions over row flood Delhi High Court

The question of whether the Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) has the power to investigate officers of the Centre is presently pending before the court.

Online petitions oppose renaming of Aurangzeb Road

Online petitions oppose renaming of Aurangzeb Road

Yousuf Saeed argues that decision-makers are reacting to popular demands without keeping historical facts in mind.

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Active campaigning is going on inside the hostels, and the candidates can be seen making promises for an improved atmosphere at Panjab University.

Birds fly for only 10-20 m around a sanctuary.

Tejasvi Sevekari which is a community-based organisation sex workers in the city, said the mapping started in mid-June and the number of brothels is expected to be at least 440 this time.

Controversial historian ready to meet Sambhaji Brigade

Patel members to protest with masks of Sardar Patel

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AAP govt vs Central government: Petitions over row flood Delhi High Court
AAP govt vs Central government: Petitions over row flood Delhi High Court

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