Wednesday, Jan 28, 2015
Bedi courts ‘Muslim brothers and sisters’

Bedi courts ‘Muslim brothers and sisters’

Kiran Bedi tried to establish her credentials as a secular, pro-women candidate.

Rahul joins queue at jhuggi-jhopri

Rahul joins queue at jhuggi-jhopri

Rahul’s first rally began strategically at the Transit Camp in Kalkaji, which has one of the largest concentrations of slum clusters.

From Other Cities

Car catches fire from crackers, worker injured.

Here’s what to watch out for in the coming BMC budget.

BJP chief Amit Shah, who has taken full control of the party’s campaign.

Rahul's heavy pitch to the poor echoes Modi; bijli-paani at ‘lowest rate’.

AAP promised changes in the existing Jal Board Act.

Not mentioned in campaigning so far, the two Bills were a major poll plank of the party in the December 2013 polls.

Will focus on pedestrianising the crescent-shaped precinct on weekends with street activities.

A witness told that a particular preservative was not added to the actor’s blood samples.

The project, which twice got just one bidder, now has four firms in race to become consultants.

Modi, in his “Mann ki Baat” radio programme, had linked money involved in drug business to terrorism.

Mamata’s brother, Ajit, says he doesn’t know when she had she learnt the language.

BJP-backed Sarkari Karmachari Parishad holds its first convention.

Kolkata will be promoted as the MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences, exhibitions) destination.

Former President Kalam pays tribute, Union minister Javadekar lays wreath on behalf of PM.

AAP volunteers performed ‘flash mob dance’ at various places in the city.

The college has set up a committee to prepare a project report.

Performances by Amitabh Narayan, Raja Rancho and Bhangra by the UT Police officials were the day's highlights.

The CM spent over two hours interacting with top CEOs and promised to solve all their problems.

Capital Talk
Almost Famous

Almost Famous

Parth Bhalerao, Best Child Actor at Screen Awards, talks about his learnings from theatre and acting in films such as Bhoothnath Returns and Killa.

 

Seventh edition of India Art Fair has a curator for special projects, will focus on art from the subcontinent

Hues in Business

Spate graffiti artists have added colour to landscape of Fort Kochi coinciding with Kochi-Muziris Biennale

Delhi Metro Rail Corporation and the India Habitat Centre join hands to make art accessible to the public.

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Friend identifies accused as driver of Uber cab he booked
Friend identifies accused as driver of Uber cab he booked

The friend told the court that he, the victim and other friends had gone to Cyber Hub in Gurgaon on the night of December 5, 2014, for dinner.

Gurgaon slow to implement court orders on expressway
Gurgaon slow to implement court orders on expressway

The orders were passed by the Punjab and Haryana High Court last year.

High-security registration plates for Gurgaon autos
High-security registration plates for Gurgaon autos

The drive is part of measures to ensure verification of autorickshaws plying in the city.

Mumbai, Jaipur, Ahmedabad airports too turned into fortresses for Air Force One
Mumbai, Jaipur, Ahmedabad airports too turned into fortresses for Air Force One

“There were rumours Air Force One could land at either Jaipur or Ahmedabad if visibility was not viable for landing at Delhi,” a source said.

Man arrested for rape of 7-year-old in Gurgaon
Man arrested for rape of 7-year-old in Gurgaon

He even threatened to kill her when she resisted, police said.

Delhi polls: AAP fear prompts BJP to plan ‘intense, aggressive’ campaign
Delhi polls: AAP fear prompts BJP to plan ‘intense, aggressive’ campaign

BJP chief Amit Shah, who has taken full control of the party’s campaign.

Saved the best for the last: Kejriwal fires Lokpal, Swaraj ammo
Saved the best for the last: Kejriwal fires Lokpal, Swaraj ammo

Not mentioned in campaigning so far, the two Bills were a major poll plank of the party in the December 2013 polls.

Delhi elections 2015: Kiran Bedi courts ‘Muslim brothers and sisters’ in East Delhi
Delhi elections 2015: Kiran Bedi courts ‘Muslim brothers and sisters’ in East Delhi

Kiran Bedi tried to establish her credentials as a secular, pro-women candidate.

Drama after Obama: BJP plays up visit, AAP sulks
Drama after Obama: BJP plays up visit, AAP sulks

BJP looked to sell Obama’s visit as a mark of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ability to increase India’s prestige globally.

Kejriwal holds bribe jibe after EC rap
Kejriwal holds bribe jibe after EC rap

EC warned him of “stern action” in case he makes any more violations.

Delhi polls: Rahul joins queue at jhuggi-jhopri, says Cong is a ‘party of the poor’
Delhi polls: Rahul joins queue at jhuggi-jhopri, says Cong is a ‘party of the poor’

Rahul’s heavy pitch to the poor echoes Modi; bijli-paani at ‘lowest rate’.

‘Water as a right’ is AAP’s new promise to residents
‘Water as a right’ is AAP’s new promise to residents

AAP promised changes in the existing Jal Board Act.

Delhi elections: Modi, Ramdev lookalikes steal the limelight from Kiran bedi’s face
Delhi elections: Modi, Ramdev lookalikes steal the limelight from Kiran bedi’s face

Residents surrounded Modi and Ramdev’s Audi for photographs, giving a miss to Bedi’s jeep coming behind.

Modi to hold four rallies between Jan 31 and Feb 4
Modi to hold four rallies between Jan 31 and Feb 4

Senior BJP leader and Cabinet Minister Arun Jaitley has been put in charge of these rallies.

Slip-ups mar Bedi’s Timarpur rally
Slip-ups mar Bedi’s Timarpur rally

Car catches fire from crackers, worker injured.

Where power flows through water pipelines
Where power flows through water pipelines

The water crisis became acute from 2005 when electricity supply led to a sudden rise in population.

Lal Bahadur Shastri grandson to seniors, ‘Apple’ guy to youth
Lal Bahadur Shastri grandson to seniors, ‘Apple’ guy to youth

Now an Aam Aadmi Party candidate, he has been using either of those identities to seek blessings from voters.

Money is all city prospers in

Starting today, a series that will use statistics to assess where poll-bound Delhi stands in terms of development.

Delhi confidential: Fanfare
Delhi confidential: Fanfare

According to Goyal, the US First Lady was very “thrilled” and “impressed” by the Republic Day parade in India.

BJP, Congress demand cancellation of Arvind Kejriwal’s nomination
BJP, Congress demand cancellation of Arvind Kejriwal’s nomination

While BJP slammed Kejriwal for “defaming” the party, Congress charged him with “cheating” people.