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Delhi: Priest claims attacked at prayer meet

A case has been registered at Gulabi Bagh police station, with DCP (north) Nupur Prasad saying the fight was over the fact that the unidentified persons were not allowed to eat at the event.

Delhi: Company running ambulances threatens strike from September 1

The firm threatened to go on a strike after allegations emerged that three of their employees were assaulted by staffers of the Centralised Accident and Trauma Services (CATS).

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Delhi: Land pooling policy has farmers worried

At the public hearings on modifications to the DDA’s land pooling policy, rural landowners voiced concerns that certain conditions of the policy will marginalise them completely.

Delhi: In civic body schools, no sign of notebooks

As per Article 8 of the Right to Education (RTE) Act 2009, primary schools run by the corporation are mandated to provide books, notebooks and stationery to all children.

Ten thefts in Noida; laptop,vehicles stolen

Six vehicles and four laptops were stolen along with other valuables in ten separate incidents of theft in the town,police said today

Delhi: ‘Ex-consultant forged papers to buy goods worth Rs 11 lakh’

The Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs accused the woman of using forged documents to procure electronic items. Police have filed an FIR.

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190 fire calls on Diwali, cloth godown gutted in east Delhi

This year, out of the total 204 calls made to Delhi's fire department, 190 were on fire incidents, including 51 related to the use of crackers, and the rest pertained to animal rescue and house collapse, he said.

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Gurugram-based Jeeveshu Ahluwalia on his shift to comedy, his self-deprecating humour and not getting killed for roasting

‘Saw my son fall to his death, but had to run for my life’

The two labourers had come to Delhi to work at under-construction sites for an average salary of Rs 500 per day. While they were clearing debris from the fourth floor of the terrace, the scaffolding on which they were balancing themselves on, broke, leading to their deaths

On way home, mother and infant killed as truck rams bike on NH-24

According to police, at the time of the incident, three adults — identified as Yusuf, his wife Shaheena, his mother Mobina — and the baby, Saif, were on the bike.

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Heavy rain lashes Delhi, NCR, leads to water-logging, traffic snarls

Rainfall brought down the maximum temperature to 28-degrees Celsius. The city and the National Capital Region saw traffic snarls as heavy rain led to waterlogging in various parts.

Assembly Polls: Delhi gears up for elections, preparation in full swing

The three main political parties comprising BJP, AAP and Congress are leaving no stone unturned to win the elections.

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Narendra Modi launches 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' on Gandhi Jayanti

Millions of schoolchildren, officials and other people picked up brooms and dustpans on Gandhi Jayanti to join a countrywide campaign to clean parks, public buildings and streets.

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