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Hike in fuel prices continues to threaten citizens

Hike in fuel prices continues to threaten citizens

Hike in fuel prices continues to threaten citizens. Fuel prices continued to soar on Friday morning as petrol price in New Delhi is being sold at Rs 82.32 per litre while diesel at Rs 73.87 per litre. In Mumbai, petrol is being retailed at an all-time high of Rs 89.69 per litre and diesel at Rs 78.42 per litre. Yesterday, the petrol prices saw a hike of Rs 0.6

Minor sexually assaulted in Delhi's Mayur Vihar

Minor sexually assaulted in Delhi

Minor sexually assaulted in Delhi’s Mayur Vihar. A ten-year-old girl was allegedly sexually assaulted on Thursday in Delhi’s Mayur Vihar Phase-3 area. On receiving information, the police rescued the girl from a nearby park in the area. The victim also received injuries on her face. She was rushed to Lal Bahadur Shastri Hospital for treatment, who then referred her to All India Institute

Petrol breaches Rs 80/litre mark in Delhi

Petrol breaches Rs 80/litre mark in Delhi

Petrol breaches Rs 80/litre mark in Delhi. Fuel prices have yet again witnessed a fresh hike, with petrol being sold at a record high rate of Rs. 80.38 per litre in New Delhi, and diesel at Rs 72.51 per litre. As per the Indian Oil Corporation, a price hike of 39 paise and 44 paise per litre

Fresh surge in fuel prices, citizens demand govt intervention

Fresh surge in fuel prices, citizens demand govt intervention

Fresh surge in fuel prices, citizens demand govt intervention. Fuel prices have once again gone up on Friday morning in Delhi and Mumbai, strengthening the demand for government intervention among commuters. In New Delhi, petrol is being sold 48 paise higher at Rs 79.99 per litre, while the price of diesel has been increased by 52 paise to Rs.72.07 per

New Car Insurance september 2018

New Car Insurance To Become Costlier From September 2018

The Supreme Court of India has ordered that all new vehicles, including four-wheelers, will have to be sold with a three-year third-party insurance from 1 September 2018. The move is expected to result in a significant hike in insurance prices. At present, a new car insurance includes a third-party cover for one year, which is

Delhi: 13 children hospitalised after consuming mid-day meal

Delhi: 13 children hospitalised after consuming mid-day meal

Delhi: 13 children hospitalised after consuming mid-day meal. At least 13 children and a helper at an Anganwadi center in Uttam Nagar were hospitalised on Tuesday allegedly after consuming mid-day meal here. The children allegedly complained of vomiting and lost consciousness, after which they were rushed to Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital.Rice and boiled gram were

Delhi boys vandalise restaurant

Delhi: Delivery boys vandalise restaurant

A group of boys vandalised ‘Dilli 19‘ restaurant situated in the national capital’s Kalkaji area on Saturday night following an argument over parking space.Owner of the restaurant, Rohit said, “Some delivery boys came to pick orders at 7 pm. They don’t understand how to park a bike. The beat officer intervened and asked them to

Heavy rain in Punjab, Himachal, Delhi

Heavy rain in Punjab, Himachal, Delhi

Ending a week-long dry spell, rains lashed many parts of Punjab and Haryana today. Chandigarh received heavy downpour and the mercury dropped by a few notches, a Meteorological Department official said here. In Haryana, Panchkula, Ambala, Yamunanagar, Hisar, Sirsa and Narnaul were among other places that received rains. Mohali, Ropar, Ludhiana and Gurdaspur in Punjab

Delhi: World's heaviest teen to undergo weight-loss surgery

Delhi: World’s heaviest teen to undergo weight-loss surgery

Delhi: World’s heaviest teen to undergo weight-loss surgery. Once known to be the ‘world’s heaviest teen’, Mihir Jain, a resident of Uttam Nagar in West Delhi, successfully underwent a gastric bypass surgery. Weighing a staggering 237 kg, Mihir said he feared death when he was admitted to a Saket hospital here. “He came to me

11 bodies recovered at a house in Delhi's Burari on Sunday Morning

11 bodies recovered at a house in Delhi’s Burari

11 bodies recovered at a house in Delhi‘s Burari. In a shocking incident, bodies of seven women and four men were found in a house in Delhi’s Burari area on Sunday morning.Some of the bodies recovered were found hanging, while some were blindfolded.No suicide note has been found in the area.It is believed that all

Petrol price cut by 21-22 paise per litre, diesel by 15-16 paise

Petrol price cut by 21-22 paise per litre, diesel by 15-16 paise

Petrol price cut by 21-22 paise per litre, diesel by 15-16 paise. Prices for petrol and diesel have fallen by 21-22 paise per litre and 15-16 paise per litre respectively in Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai, compared with the previous day’s rates. In Delhi, petrol now costs Rs 77.42 a litre, and diesel costs Rs

Fresh surge in fuel prices, citizens demand govt intervention

Up for 16th straight day, fuel prices touch new high

Up for 16th straight day, fuel prices touch new high. Fuel prices continue to touch another peak for the 16th consecutive day, with petrol being sold at Rs 78.43 per litre in Delhi and Rs 86.24 per litre in Mumbai. The cost of diesel per litre has also been increased to Rs 69.31 per litre

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