Thursday, Oct 23, 2014
And now for some unfresh air

And now for some unfresh air

4-time jump on last Diwali’s sulphur dioxide levels, and its just the eve.

Woman, 29, hangs herself at DPS RK Puram

Woman, 29, hangs herself at DPS RK Puram

Police say Anjana Saini, daughter of the school’s principal, left note that she was ‘tired of life’, blamed no one.

From Other Cities

After meeting Raj Thackeray, lone MNS MLA Sonawane says he will follow party chief’s instructions on BJP’s call.

Besides, the new government perhaps also wants to make a statement by holding the event in Haryana.

Intense lobbying is on for the 10 Rajya Sabha seats which will fall vacant on 25 November.

Sunil Mehra, a yarn dealer, said, “One can see Chinese blankets and quilts these days; they are cheaper than our Indian products.”

While this may be the first technology magazine, there have been many e-anks over the last couple of years.

No party has much to say on decrepit transport infrastructure, housing etc.

Tired of negotiating within the limits of their positions, some are now prioritising issues concerning state government departments.

Earlier, Rafiqul, a spokesperson of the All India United Democratic Front, said it was pointless to malign the entire madrasa system.

After 4 years, city’s chances of getting a minister look bright.

Accused claim she died of drug overdose; police wait for the post-mortem report.

Although the situation has been brought under control, a strong police presence continues to guard the tense village.

‘Ram Temple exists in Ayodhya, question now is of giving it grand shape’

Also followed were JCB machines and trolleys to lift the garbage.

Centre likely to give apex court a clear plan on Oct 28.

Capital Talk
City of Lights

City of Lights

Old Delhi markets treat festival shoppers to some history, dry fruits from Afghanistan, blue pottery diyas and gold-dust playing cards.

 

Urdu’s revival on the small screen and at festivals indicates resurgent popularity of the language

Faiz Wala Love

The Scottish Dance Theatre brings together a production by three contemporary choreographers, which patterns nature in various ways.

Violinist Anupriya Deotale, who will perform at the Delhi classical music festival, on learning to play the violin and creating her own style.

More From Delhi

4 held for misbehaving with constables

The constables, Sunil and Vivek, were in the bus and got down to deal with the situation. They were in plainclothes.

Passenger held for assaulting immigration officials at airport

The accused, Joginder Singh, had been deported from England to Delhi for overstaying his visa.

Murder convict’s offence reduced to culpable homicide

Appeals in the case were filed in 2000, and two of the convicts died while the case was being heard.

Power discoms seek tariff hike, citing costlier fuel
Power discoms seek tariff hike, citing costlier fuel

Police team was staying at a lodge, suspect escaped through bathroom window

Gangster who fired at policemen arrested in Haryana

Police were on the lookout for Deepak as his name had emerged as one of the key conspirators during investigation.

B S Bassi announces Rs 1 lakh for information on cop killers
B S Bassi announces Rs 1 lakh for information on cop killers

The constable, Dharampal, was shot dead in a busy market place in Northeast Delhi’s Jaffrabad area on September 27.

330 schools asked to pay staff with interest, return excess fees

Govt Order comes after High court-appointed committee finds schools hiked fee ‘unjustly’.

First in 15 yrs, Cong workers get a bonus

The bonus was distributed to 26 employees of the Delhi Congress office by Delhi unit chief Arvinder Singh Lovely.

Delhi Court acquits Sonu Punjaban of MCOCA charges
Delhi Court acquits Sonu Punjaban of MCOCA charges

Sonu Punjaban was arrested in 2011 after police laid a trap, accused of running an organised sex racket

Delhi Police cracks down on sale of Chinese crackers

Over the weekend, the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) also conducted raids at various market areas and seized Chinese firecrackers.

BJP wants a good sweep but no one is scrubbing MCD’s image
BJP wants a good sweep but no one is scrubbing MCD’s image

Not a tidy job z 20 days after launch, residents believe very little has changed.

Before SC hearing, AAP warns MLAs of poaching
Before SC hearing, AAP warns MLAs of poaching

The party has been publishing MLA report cards of its legislators documenting work done in the past few months.

Muzzled Mukhi loses charge of Haryana

Mukhi was stripped of Haryana charge and not given any additional job in the list of leaders appointed by national president Amit Shah on Tuesday.

Gurgaon car dealer  shoots wife 9 times
Gurgaon car dealer shoots wife 9 times

A used-car trader shot his wife nine times, killing her on the spot, after she objected to an alleged extramarital affair.

Woman, 29, hangs herself at DPS RK Puram
Woman, 29, hangs herself at DPS RK Puram

Police say Anjana Saini, daughter of the school’s principal, left note that she was ‘tired of life’, blamed no one.

And now for some unfresh air
And now for some unfresh air

4-time jump on last Diwali’s sulphur dioxide levels, and its just the eve.

Mine is not a typical ABCD story: Kal Penn
Mine is not a typical ABCD story: Kal Penn

Indian-American actor Kal Penn on learning to speak in Hindi for Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain

Now, E-Museums
Now, E-Museums

Over 11,000 rare artefacts and artworks from across 10 government museums go digital.

Free bus rides for Delhi women in DTC buses on Bhai Duj
Free bus rides for Delhi women in DTC buses on Bhai Duj

DTC will provide free ride for women passengers in its all non-AC buses plying in Delhi and NCR.

Tughlaqabad’s poison lake
Tughlaqabad’s poison lake

Wetland of sewerage and industrial waste that began forming 2 years ago, kills trees, destroys eco system.

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