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Haryana Govt. tells SC it will not disrupt supply of water to Delhi

Haryana Govt. tells SC it will not disrupt supply of water to Delhi

Haryana Govt. tells SC it will not disrupt supply of water to Delhi. The Haryana Government on Friday tells Supreme Court that it will not disrupt or stop supply of Yamuna water to New Delhi till the court decides the case. Next date of hearing in this matter is on May 16. The Haryana Government

Over 700 Uttarakhand villages deserted in 10 years

Over 700 Uttarakhand villages deserted in 10 years

DEHRADUN: Over 700 villages in Uttarakhand have been deserted and more than 3.83 lakh people have left their villages in the last 10 years with half of them going out in search of livelihood, according to a report. Sharing the data with the media in the presence of Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat, Uttarakhand Rural Development

Delhi HC allows Sikh students to wear kara, kirpan during NET exams

Delhi HC allows Sikh students to wear kara, kirpan during NET exams

New Delhi/Chandigarh The Delhi High Court on Thursday allowed Sikh candidates to wear ‘kara’ (iron bracelet) and ‘Kirpan’ (dagger) in the National Eligibility Test (NET) 2018. The permission comes with a condition under which the candidates will have to to report at least 1 hour prior to the normal reporting time.The directive has been issued

Opposition cries foul as maintenance of Red Fort goes in private hands

Opposition cries foul as maintenance of Red Fort goes in private hands

New Delhi – Opposition parties on Saturday questioned the Central government’s move to allow a private entity to maintain the iconic Red Fort, days after a corporate house signed an agreement with the Tourism Ministry under its Adopt a Heritage’ project. The Dalmia Bharat Group, under the memorandum of understanding, would maintain the 17th century monument

No business problems, only people's problems: Shiv Khera

No business problems, only people’s problems: Shiv Khera

There are no business problems, only people problems — and once these get resolved, so do the business problems, says motivational guru Shiv Khera, whose fifth book has just hit the stands while the first one has entered its 20th year and is set to be relaunched. “I am not an expert in any industry, but having

New device to prevent drunk driving

New device to prevent drunk driving

If you are drunk and trying to drive, your vehicle will not start. Uttarakhand researchers have developed a new technology from waste that will prevent vehicles from operating if the driver is drunk. The Uttarakhand Residential University in Almora and Haldwani-based RI Instruments and Innovation India have produced a device that will make driving difficult if the

Prez gives nod to death penalty for rape of girls below 12

Prez gives nod to death penalty for rape of girls below 12

NEW DELHI: President Ram Nath Kovind on Sunday promulgated an ordinance to pave way for providing stringent punishment, including death penalty, for those convicted of raping girls below the age of 12 years. The Union Cabinet on Saturday had approved the ordinance to allow courts to award death penalty to those convicted of raping girls

Captain opposes merger of Chandigarh DSP cadre with Delhi Police, UT cadres

Captain opposes merger of Chandigarh DSP cadre with Delhi Police, UT cadres

Chandigarh – Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has opposed the reported move of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) to merge the DSP cadre of the Chandigarh Police with the police officers of all Union Territories, including the Delhi Police. He has demanded that status quo be maintained till the territorial dispute of Chandigarh between

Petrol price in Delhi touches Rs. 74.08, highest since Sept 2013

Petrol price in Delhi touches Rs. 74.08, highest since Sept 2013

NEW DELHI: Petrol price in Delhi touched a fresh high of Rs 74.08 per litre on Friday, the highest in nearly five years. In September 2013 the price had touched Rs 74.10 a litre.In Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai, too, prices climbed to new multi-year highs at Rs 76.78, Rs 81.93 and Rs 76.85 per litre,

Modi, May for infusing new energy in bilateral ties

Modi, May for infusing new energy in bilateral ties

LONDON: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday told his British counterpart Theresa May there would be no dilution in the importance of the UK to India after it leaves the EU, as the two leaders agreed to infuse new energy into bilateral ties post-Brexit.The two leaders had “fruitful discussions” on multiple aspects of India-UK relations

SC says interim order on screening of Nanak Shah Fakir to continue

SC doesn’t favour CBI probe into Kathua rape-cum-murder case

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court (SC) on Monday did not favour handing over the investigation into the rape-and-murder of an eight-year-old girl in Kathua from the crime branch of Jammu and Kashmir Police to the CBI as her father expressed satisfaction over the investigation carried out so far. “In the absence of any allegation, why

PM leaves for five-day visit to Sweden, UK, Germany

PM leaves for five-day visit to Sweden, UK, Germany

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today left for a five-day visit to Sweden, Germany and the UK, where he will attend the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM). “PM @narendramodi embarks on a tri-nation visit to Sweden, United Kingdom & Germany from 17-20 April. A visit with a rich bilateral & multilateral content in the form

Mahindra e2oPlus Now Available On Rent In Delhi

Mahindra e2oPlus Now Available On Rent In Delhi. In November 2017, Mahindra and Zoomcar came together and started offering the e2oPlus self-driving EV in the cities of Jaipur, Hyderabad and Mysuru. Now, after four months, these companies have decided to offer the electric car for rent in Delhi as well. In November 2017, NITI Ayog

Nanak Shah Fakir to hit theatres today as SC, HC refuse to stall screening

Nanak Shah Fakir to hit theatres today as SC, HC refuse to stall screening

NEW DELHI: Two Sikh bodies on Thursday made unsuccessful attempts in the Supreme Court and the Delhi High Court to stall the release of the movie ‘Nanak Shah Fakir’, which would hit theatres across the nation on Friday. Both the top court and the High Court rejected the respective pleas of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak

Flight from Muscat diverted due to unfavourable weather in Delhi

Flight from Muscat diverted due to unfavourable weather in Delhi. A Delhi-bound Oman Air flight WY-241 from Muscat was diverted to Lucknow on Monday morning due to unfavourable weather at the Delhi airport. The national capital woke up to a light downpour on Monday morning, with the temperature dipping to 24 degree Celsius. The Indian

IPL: Rahul, Nair guide Punjab to victory against Delhi

IPL: Rahul, Nair guide Punjab to victory against Delhi

MOHALI: Opener Lokesh Rahul’s (51) fastest fifty in the Indian Premier League (IPL) history and Karun Nair’s explosive fifty helped Kings XI Punjab beat Delhi Daredevils by six wickets in the second match here on Sunday. Chasing modest target 167, Rahul slamming 50 of just 14 balls, gave a flying start to his team before

Rahul Gandhi hits out at PM over proposed jet deal

Rahul Gandhi hits out at PM over proposed jet deal

NEW DELHI: Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Saturday hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, alleging that his friends raced to find strategic partners after the government “re-tendered” $15 billion fighter jet deal. He was citing a media report in this regard which stated that India was seeking over 100 new fighter jets in the

Kathua DC's one affirmative step against education mafia

Kathua DC’s one affirmative step against education mafia

Whereas, parents of students studying in private schools in district Kathua has raised the issue of overcharging of school fees in the shape of admission fee while promoting students to next classes. Besides, charging building development fund etc.Moreover, it has also come to notice of government of Jammu and Kashmir that management of private schools

Plea in SC against CBSE move to conduct re-examinations

Plea in SC against CBSE move to conduct re-examinations

NEW DELHI: A plea has been moved in the Supreme Court against the decision of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to cancel and re-conduct the economics exam of Class XII held on March 26 and the mathematics paper of Class X on March 28 over suspicion of alleged question paper leak. The petition, filed by

SC dismisses petitions filed over CBSE paper leak

SC shocked at over 600 per cent overcrowding in jails

NEW DELHI: Prisoners cannot be kept in jail like animals,’ a shocked Supreme Court said after it was informed that many of the over 1,300 prisons across the country were overcrowded, even to the extent of more than 600 per cent. “What is the point in talking about prison reforms when we cannot keep them

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