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Dipankar Ghose


2 cops among 4 killed as truck runs into crowd
Sun, Aug 07, 2011

Four people,including two policemen,were killed and seven others injured when a speeding truck rammed into them on the Mayapuri flyover in West Delhi.

South Delhi gets a neuro rehab centre with child unit
Sun, Aug 07, 2011

Zamrudpur residents can avail treatment for head injuries,limb paralysis and undergo rehabilitation for neurological disorders at a specialised centre inaugurated on Saturday.

Pinning hopes on right to be heard,Noida Ext investors move court
Thu, Aug 04, 2011

Home buyers of Noida Extension are pinning their hopes on the Allahabad High Court recognising their right to be heard in court in the cases between farmers and Greater Noida Authority over the land acquisition row.

Farmers get assurance,in writing
Wed, Aug 03, 2011

The Noida Kisan Sangharsh Samiti on Tuesday officially called off its agitation after receiving a written assurance of the “agreements” made on July 30,signed by Noida Authority CEO Balwinder Kumar.

Relic of St John Bosco in city for a week
Fri, Jul 29, 2011

“The term ‘God is in our midst’ has a whole new meaning today. I’ve been waiting for this day for two years now,” said Dominic Mathew.

Woman,daughter killed in South Delhi
Wed, Jul 27, 2011

Two persons,including a teenaged girl were found murdered at a house in Pushp Vihar in South Delhi on Tuesday.

Delhi govt relents,chuhra dropped from caste papers
Tue, Jul 26, 2011

Following protests from members of the Valmiki community regarding the use of the word ‘chuhra’ in caste certificates,the Delhi government on Monday decided to stop referring to the sub-caste in official documents.

Three labourers from Bihar die of electrocution,building owner booked
Fri, Jul 22, 2011

Three labourers,all of them hailing from Barhera in Bihar,were electrocuted at their rented accommodation in Aman Vihar on Tuesday night.

Many throw in their lot,but a handful turn up for Slutwalk talk
Sun, Jul 17, 2011

India's version of the Slutwalk,called “Besharmi Morcha”,got off to a shaky start on Saturday with very few people turning up for an awareness talk at Jantar Mantar.

Crowds pack city theatres for one last feel of Pottermania
Sat, Jul 16, 2011

They all gazed at him,spellbound. All day,security personnel at DT Star Cinemas had been watching youngsters walk into the hall holding crystal balls and wands,but they never thought someone would turn up in the way he did.

Ghaziabad boards Metro for first traffic-free ride to work
Fri, Jul 15, 2011

When Anand Kapoor boarded the Metro at Anand Vihar on Thursday to head for work,he noticed two unusual things. As opposed to an empty coach that he would find daily in the Delhi Metro

CBSE to set up sanitation awards
Wed, Jul 13, 2011

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced that it will set up the National School Sanitation Awards to reward schools for ensuring cleanliness in the institution premises and improving students’ attitude towards proper hygiene.

Janak Setu traffic will have to wait,repair work starts
Sat, Jul 09, 2011

A month after a portion of the Janak Setu bridge sagged around 5 to 7 inches,the MCD is all set to begin repairs of the damaged portions starting Saturday.

Mixed response for proficiency test of CBSE
Thu, Jul 07, 2011

The CBSE’s optional proficiency test for students of Class X has found few takers with students and teachers complaining that the exams defeat the purpose of the Continuous

High cut-offs drive Delhi kids abroad
Tue, Jul 05, 2011

Despite topping in his class,Rohan Nayar is looking to go abroad for further studies.

Museum of Mirrors
Sun, Jul 03, 2011

If you are an Indian culture enthusiast,here's a an inexpensive and less time consuming way to see the country's cultural wealth

One new Shatabdi,2 new Duronto trains on Delhi route
Fri, Jul 01, 2011

All the new trains will begin operations within this year.

ECA trials suffer when college societies not included,say students
Fri, Jul 01, 2011

With the dates for Extra Curricular Activities trials fast approaching in colleges of Delhi University,students belonging to existing ECA societies in some colleges are seeking their inclusion in the selection process.

Robbers assault elderly woman,ransack house
Thu, Jun 30, 2011

Unidentified persons allegedly assaulted an elderly woman before robbing her first-floor house in upscale Amar Colony area of South Delhi on Tuesday,police said.

Robbers hold East Delhi family hostage,flee with valuables
Wed, Jun 29, 2011

Three unidentified men robbed a house of cash and valuables in Rishabh Vihar,East Delhi,on Tuesday afternoon.

Students look to ECA and sports quotas for campus berths
Wed, Jun 22, 2011

With the first cut-off list closing some of the most-wanted courses in DU colleges,students are now turning to the Extra Curricular Activities and sports quota to gain admission to the courses of choice.

High cut-offs stump OBC students
Sun, Jun 19, 2011

With the rise in cut-offs in Delhi University,students from Other Backward Classes are finding themselves the worst hit.

Evening colleges rank high in DU scramble for seats
Sat, Jun 18, 2011

With the high cut-offs in the first list for admission to Delhi University putting most North campus colleges out of reach for many,students with 70%-80% marks have started trooping to evening colleges.

Despite blood condition,he fights to get into Civil Services
Thu, Jun 16, 2011

At first sight,26-year-old Sukhsohit Singh looks like just another student with a success story behind him.

Games over,but college grounds still to take off
Tue, Jun 14, 2011

Almost eight months after the Commonwealth Games ended,students of several North Campus colleges are yet to reap the benefits of the revamped sports facilities they were promised.