She cannot tell her story. Instead, her grieving family, a tense village in Hathras riven by deep fault lines, and a sordid drama by police and the administration, have taken over the narrative. The Sunday Express reports from her home.
The Indian Express saw at least 12 vehicles of the UP Police, three trucks and two buses of the PAC, and two fire tenders. Occasionally, private and government vehicles with uniformed police personnel were allowed to pass.
The Opposition, particularly the Congress, has been accused of not being visible on the ground. Many in the Congress too have been arguing that it is high time the leadership “came out of the Twitter world” and hit the streets.
Friends and colleagues who worked with him at AIIMS described him as a topper, and a jovial person with a great vision. According to doctors, Solanki left the institute in 2018-2019, but planned to apply for a non-academic job in the institute.
Among those present at the funeral of Swami Agnivesh, who died in Delhi on Friday, was a teary-eyed Totaram, as grateful to the Arya Samaj leader and the anti-bonded labour crusader for coming to his father's help.
Mukherjee, who was 84, and a recipient of Bharat Ratna, the country’s highest civilian honour, died at the Army Research and Referral Hospital in Delhi on Monday. He had undergone surgery at the hospital early last month.
Work on the ambitious Chandni Chowk redevelopment project started in 2018, after hitting several road bumps since 2004, and is set to be completed by November this year — a delay of eight months due to Covid and the lockdown.
Kamala Harris's aunt Sarala, who is based in Chennai, says Harris calls her Chitti. Yet to talk to her since the news broke, the 76-year-old says, “Kamala must be really busy now. It's been a couple of days since we talked."
Delhi Prisons DG Sandeep Goel said, “The inmate had suffered an injury in her right hand during the incident of unrest by some foreign inmates in jail number 6 on June 16, when jail staff had to resort to use of minimum force to control them."
“I kept thinking about that photo of my father when I left the Delhi Police headquarters on Wednesday. If my father was alive, he would have been so proud of me,” said Gaurav, who secured All India 475th Rank in the civil services exam.
Delhi Commissioner of Police S N Shrivastava tweeted: “Very happy to share that at least five successful Civil Services aspirants come from Delhi Police family. Heartiest congratulations to Vishakha d/o ASI Rajkumar (6 rank), Navneet d/o Inspector Mann (33), ACP Natisha (37), ACP Garima (459) and Constable Firoz (645).”