Tuesday, Apr 21, 2015
Quick sacking of AAP rebels meant to put focus back on ‘good’ work

Quick sacking of AAP rebels meant to put focus back on ‘good’ work

Bhushan, like Yadav, said that Kejriwal and “his coterie” had forgotten the principles that the party was built on.

Govt ruling as a dictator over officials: Satish Upadhyay

Govt ruling as a dictator over officials: Satish Upadhyay

The Delhi BJP unit took on the AAP on Monday by citing various incidents that have put the AAP government in the dock.

From Other Cities

Meeting would primarily focus on determining future strategy for intensifying agitation against Fadnavis government.

The Delhi BJP unit took on the AAP on Monday by citing various incidents that have put the AAP government in the dock.

Insiders said a large number of central committee members threw their weight behind Yechury against S R Pillai.

Move to benefit the poor catching up in city; several dealers too relinquish subsidy

More than 60,000 students avail of the midday meal scheme every day in over 100 government schools.

She also shared information about inauguration in water distribution projects carried out in North Gujarat.

Rs 50 lakh was allotted for each mohalla, with citizen’s priorities being the framework on which the budget would be built.

The proposal has gone to the Maharashtra Coastal Zone Management Authority (MCZMA) for a clearance.

Politburo pushed for Pillai, Central Committee prevails

Move follows security lapses; police to submit weekly report on security scenario of jails in their jurisdiction.

Roads present a picture of neglect and utter lack of planning to repair them. Take a look.

Officers will clear the misunderstanding among farmers that their land will be grabbed under the land acquisition Bill, CM said.

Capital Talk
Objects Of Their Affection

Objects Of Their Affection

Aanchal Malhotra finds life in seemingly banal objects that travelled across the border during the Partition

 

Filmmaker Raj Amit Kumar on his banned film, Un-Freedom, which explores taboos on religion and sexuality.

Freedom Rider

The Censor Board was not the only hurdle for the makers as they dealt with unruly crowds and site relocations.

Three plays from Assam and Manipur capture the charms and conflicts of the region.

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I am not going to spare Bhushans: Ashish Khetan
I am not going to spare Bhushans: Ashish Khetan

Ashish Khetan, a key member of the Delhi unit said if the charges are proved, he will quit public life.

Dharamvira Gandhi removed as Parliamentary party leader of AAP
Dharamvira Gandhi removed as Parliamentary party leader of AAP

Attacking Bhushan and Yadav, Mann said that the two leaders had been sacked for carrying out anti-party activities.

Pay 25k compensation to student for ‘unreasonable corporal punishment': NHRC to Delhi govt
Pay 25k compensation to student for ‘unreasonable corporal punishment': NHRC to Delhi govt

The incident dates back to November 23, 2014 when the principal of a govt school had allegedly beaten a boy with a stick.

Largest gold haul worth Rs 6 crore at IGI airport, 2 arrested
Largest gold haul worth Rs 6 crore at IGI airport, 2 arrested

The incident was reported on Sunday around 11.30 pm when a CISF team spotted the woman who had arrived at the IGIA to go to Ethiopia.

He is gay, she was in love. He couldn’t change, she couldn’t live
He is gay, she was in love. He couldn’t change, she couldn’t live

A court sent the husband, also a doctor at AIIMS and described in his wife’s suicide note as a “homosexual”, to 14 days in custody.

‘Pilloried’ Thampu writes: I am a victim of those with money and clout
‘Pilloried’ Thampu writes: I am a victim of those with money and clout

In his letter, Thampu portrays himself as a victim of “unwarranted attacks”, especially from the media and those with “money and clout”.

If politics is rotten, nobody can have expectations from bureaucracy: Arvind Kejriwal
If politics is rotten, nobody can have expectations from bureaucracy: Arvind Kejriwal

He said the bureaucracy too has its share of good and bad people but it is the system that needs to be changed.

Quick sacking of AAP rebels meant to put focus back on ‘good’ work
Quick sacking of AAP rebels meant to put focus back on ‘good’ work

Bhushan, like Yadav, said that Kejriwal and “his coterie” had forgotten the principles that the party was built on.

Men in cab rob engineer at gunpoint in Gurgaon, force him to withdraw ATM cash
Men in cab rob engineer at gunpoint in Gurgaon, force him to withdraw ATM cash

The five accused were arrested on Monday and the stolen articles and cash recovered from them.

Gurgaon police doesn’t know how many vehicles it has, reveals RTI
Gurgaon police doesn’t know how many vehicles it has, reveals RTI

At a time when the police have been making plans to install CCTV cameras all over Gurgaon, the department has no information how many speed cameras the city has.

Afghan national shot at in Malviya Nagar food joint
Afghan national shot at in Malviya Nagar food joint

Police has started their investigation and recovered footage from a CCTV camera in the area.

Cops donate blood to model shot at by husband
Cops donate blood to model shot at by husband

Lekhwal, sub-inspector Lalit, head constable Vipin Sangwan, and constables Gopal, Vinod and Ranbir decided to go to the hospital and donate blood.

In ‘smart city’ move, NDMC plans solar panels in schools
In ‘smart city’ move, NDMC plans solar panels in schools

In its bid for the ‘smart city’ tag, the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC)’s solar project is gathering momentum. The civic body will inaugurate the Solar Roof Top Power Project on Tuesday at a government school in its area. The council has also initiated a policy under which households can produce solar energy and transfer […]

DDA puts cycle-sharing project on fast track
DDA puts cycle-sharing project on fast track

The DDA has already signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Centre for Green Mobility (CGM) in this regard.

SAD to refrain from voting in South Corporation mayor polls
SAD to refrain from voting in South Corporation mayor polls

SAD has been a long-standing BJP ally and currently has three councillors in the south civic body and one in the north body.

AAP government ruling as a dictator over officials: Satish Upadhyay
AAP government ruling as a dictator over officials: Satish Upadhyay

The Delhi BJP unit took on the AAP on Monday by citing various incidents that have put the AAP government in the dock.

Reject tariff hike, Ajay Maken tells CM Kejriwal
Reject tariff hike, Ajay Maken tells CM Kejriwal

Maken stated that no discom should be allowed transmission losses above two per cent of the average transmission losses of all discoms.

Bawana water treatment plant opens today
Bawana water treatment plant opens today

The plant will be inaugurated on Tuesday by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, the official added.

Ashish Joshi writes to Chief Secretart over repatriation
Ashish Joshi writes to Chief Secretart over repatriation

Joshi came to the Delhi government on deputation for three years in 2014. Nine months into his service, he has been repatriated.

In showcause reply, AAP rebels Bhushan, Yadav pointed finger back at Arvind Kejriwal
In showcause reply, AAP rebels Bhushan, Yadav pointed finger back at Arvind Kejriwal

Bhushan also accused Gupta of not implementing several decisions of the NDC.