Delhi News

Two, including ‘cattle thief’, shot dead in Greater Noida

While police are yet to confirm the number of thieves, eyewitnesses claimed that three armed men entered the village on a bike.

ND Tiwari’s son Rohit Shekhar’s ‘murder’ case: Forensic exam done, calls scanned

Rohit's mother Ujjwala Sharma claimed there was tension between her son and his wife. According to her, Rohit was friends with an officer, who worked under N D Tiwari, and his wife, and this led to tensions at home

Attack on doctors: Will Delhi govt’s new order against violence in hospitals change things?

Abused and assaulted while doing their job, doctors in the capital have gone on strike a dozen times in the last two years. But with no end to the crisis, the Delhi government stepped in last week to make hospitals more accountable. The Indian Express looks at whether this will change things

50,000 houses in Delhi constructed but not allotted, claims BJP’s Gupta

He claimed that minor works such as installing sanitary fittings have not been done in the last four years, adding that thefts are also being reported from the homes on a regular basis.

‘Foundation stone’ laid 4 years ago, Delhi village still awaits Metro station

Official documents accessed by The Indian Express show that in December 2014, when the BJP MP organised the event, the project had no approval from either the Union government or the Delhi government — equal partners in the DMRC.

PTM at Delhi govt schools unlikely till polls end after BJP complains to election office

The department submitted its response on Friday evening, and is awaiting the election office’s reaction and further directives, as the letter directs the PTMs to be “kept in abeyance” till the complaint is disposed of.

Jail Superintendent branded Om on my back: Tihar undertrial

Nabbir told that the superintendent not only denied him food for two days in the name of Navratra but also told him that he would convert him to Hinduism.

Two days after Signature Bridge death, construction firm officials questioned

“After registering an FIR under IPC section 304-A (causing death by negligence) against unknown persons, we have started our investigation and questioned officials of Gammon. Further investigation is underway.”

‘Tackling air pollution not possible with just household-level steps’

Mitigating sources such as biomass and kerosene used by Indian households would meet the annual air quality standard of 40 micrograms per cubic metre air, the report published Monday by journal PNAS said.

Delhi: Crossing road, student hit by bike, crushed under DTC bus

In his statement, the victim’s friend Ajmat Ansari (19) said Honey was lying in a pool of blood and not a single passenger from the bus offered to help.

Essential that if women choose to, they should be able to work: First Indian woman to be elected fellow of The Royal Society

In simpler terms, Dr Kang does research on gut infections, their effects on nourishment and growth of children, the pathogens causing them, and prevention through vaccination.

Refused Rs 1 lakh to fix home, Ghaziabad man bludgeons mother with a stone

Bhagat claimed Ramrati had refused to give him the money despite having Rs 4-5 lakh in her account. On Monday, Bhagat again approached his mother claiming that he needed the money to complete the renovations.