A leader of the Arya Samaj was shot dead by unknown assailants in Greater Noida on Thursday morning.
In times of depleting energy resources and increasing costs,JNU has a solution at hand.
The family of a seven-year-old cancer patient has alleged that the child contracted HIV infection while undergoing treatment at the Guru Tegh Bahadur Hospital in the Capital for lung cancer.
In a bizarre incident,a 20-year-old student who was found hanging in his hostel room in Defence Colony,was brought down and taken to the AIIMS Trauma Centre,where he started breathing again.
The wait for around 2.5 lakh students will be over on Friday when results of the Common Admission Test are going to be announced.
Come February and spitting,littering and urinating in public spaces will become punishable offences,with the MCD putting into action its anti-littering drive to keep the city clean.
Almost a fortnight after the Delhi High Court instructed the Directorate of Education to come up with a complaint mechanism against schools found violating rules on nursery admissions...
As Om Prakash Kohli took over the reins of the Delhi BJP unit on Thursday morning at Pandit Pant Marg,he announced that necessary and required changes would be made in the BJP cadres ahead of the Lok Sabha elections.
In a boost to the hospitality sector,the central Urban Development Ministry has decided to provide financial incentives to hotels in the Capital that are interested in expanding their infrastructure.
Two persons were killed and three injured in separate road accidents in less than 24 hours.
With executives at the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation and GAIL India on an indefinite strike since Wednesday,Delhi is facing power problems.
At least 36 flights were delayed at the Indira Gandhi International Airport on Thursday evening owing to delays in aviation-refuelling services with oil PSU officers on strike for the second day on Thursday.
The Delhi Police have specific leads on a few property dealers of Gurgaon,suspected to be hand-in-glove in the DDA housing scam.
The impact of the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) flat allotment scam,is being felt in far flung villages in Rajasthan's Jhunjunu district,where close to 200 Meenas had unwittingly signed applications for flats in New Delhi.
Petrol pumps across the Capital were either out of supply or had long queues as the nationwide strike by oil PSU executives hit petrol supplies on Thursday.
Leningrad is under siege in the winter of 1942 as a bitter battle rages between the Russian army and the Nazi invaders.
It is a café that seems to be hands in glove with a fashion store,where you can have both mufflers and masala chaas,shop for a skirt and slurp on a soup.
In the late 1960s and 70s,it was a quirky French designer who thought it worth his time to take a close look at the lives of everyday men and women and incorporate their design sensibilities into the world of haute couture.
I remember my father used to take me to the Red Fort grounds to play cricket with my friends. No matter how tired he was from work,he would run on the pitch and give us all lassi and fruits.
Parvathy Omanakuttan may have lost by barely a whisker at the Miss Universe contest...
Music lovers braved the brutal chill to reach IIC to hear the Japanese trio of horn player Mizuno Nobuyuki,pianist Matsuoka Mie and violinist Kyoko Saburi perform six classical compositions.
Anyone into reading blogs on a daily basis would have stumbled upon one of the countrys most popular blogs,India Uncut,by Amit Varma.
The much celebrated raw meat or fish artistically sliced into delicate,paper thin sheets and spread out like a fan in a cold vinaigrette or Parmesan dressing carpaccio is becoming increasingly visible on menus across Delhi.
Retrospectives of important artists and commemorative anniversaries are regular features in the art world.
When students ask the faculty of the National School of Drama about the prospects of theatre in India,the answers almost always revolve around words like sacrifice and passion.