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Delhi: Armed assailants rob men in auto; 2 held

After allegedly robbing them, they fled the scene and were chased by officers patrolling the area.

Delhi: For kids and parents, lessons from police on ‘good, bad touch’

There were also some lessons for the adults — from picking up signs of distress amongst children, not ignoring them, and explaining to them the meaning of “good touch and bad touch.”

Delhi: How Deputy Commissioner Mr Young gave Jangpura its name

Jangpura was called ‘Young-pura’ in documents as early as 1927.

Soon, a ‘wheelchair’ map of Delhi streets

Under the project, maps are being designed using low-cost sensors that can “identify features of the sidewalk and gauge how wheelchair- or tricycle-users propel themselves

Court convicts AAP MLA in 2013 rioting case

Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Samar Vishal said there is no doubt the assembly in the present case was unlawful, as it had caused a traffic jam and indulged in violence, which seems to be its common object.

Delhi: Posing as CBI sleuths, 6 men target call centre

The accused extored money to the tune of Rs 2.7 lakh before letting them go.

Gurgaon: ‘Minor girl molested by sweeper at school toilet’

“When the child’s mother went to pick her up from school on Monday, the three-year-old pointed to the accused and said he was a bad man," the police said.

Two firms to supply meat to licenced shops: MCG

Action may also be taken against unauthorised meat shops, with officials being directed to carry out a “special drive” for the purpose.

Man falls on Delhi Metro tracks, right foot severed by train

The injured, identified as Zachariah Koshy, works with the Ministry of Textiles, and is a resident of Shalimar Garden in Ghaziabad, they said, adding he was rushed to a nearby hospital where he is undergoing treatment. 

Rabies vaccine in short supply across Delhi, hospitals say have flagged issue

Lok Nayak, one of Delhi government’s biggest hospitals, sees around 250 dog bite cases every day. For now, the hospital said it is purchasing vaccines on its own.

Are benefits reaching kids? Survey of 1,000 anganwadis hopes to find out

Ten anganwadi projects in the east and northeast districts will be assessed to identify challenges in the government’s nutrition efforts under the Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS), a central programme under which anganwadi centres operate.

Three Kashmiris who jumped off train to flee mob living in fear

The three traders had managed to escape by jumping off the train when it slowed near Nangloi railway station, leaving behind shawls worth Rs 2 lakh.