Good samaritans take up Delhi's hunger problem, one meal at a time

Hamari Udaan and Action For Community Development Trust (ACT), two Delhi-based non-profit organisations, are helping the food-deprived in Delhi.

13 Sep 2021

Highest rain in 46 years floods Delhi Airport's Terminal 3

As the forecourt of the Delhi airport was waterlogged, three flights were cancelled and five diverted to Jaipur and Ahmedabad. 

12 Sep 2021

Mizoram anticipates fresh refugee influx from Myanmar

About 150 people from Myanmar’s Chin State have fled to Mizoram over the past few days in the face of airstrikes.

12 Sep 2021

PM Narendra Modi sings paens of Tamil scholar and poet Subramania Bharati

The Prime Minister recalled Bharati’s rich scholarship and multi-faceted contributions to the nation, while also hailing his ideals on social justice and women empowerment.

12 Sep 2021

Pendency of criminal cases at Allahabad HC worrying: CJI 

Law Minister Rijiju said the Central government is set to introduce new legislation on mediation in the upcoming winter session of Parliament.

12 Sep 2021

New Delhi reports 35 fresh Covid cases, positivity rate stays unchanged

Only one fatality due to coronavirus has been reported this month, on September 7, as per the official figures. 

12 Sep 2021

No evidence, 8 persons accused of arson during Delhi riots discharged

The accused were arrested based on disclosure statements given by them in other cases filed against them and identification by police constables, who were posted as beat officers in that area.

12 Sep 2021

Don’t desire tickets, Arvind Kejriwal tells AAP cadres 

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal said after seeing the way AAP is running the government in Delhi, people across India have started feeling that “the AAP is the only hope”.

12 Sep 2021

Protesting farmers lift gherao in Haryana, agree to judicial probe

The farmers had been demanding the suspension of IAS officer Sinha and the registration of a murder or attempt to murder case against him, who was allegedly telling policemen to “break their heads”.

12 Sep 2021

Distant dream: 8 years on, only 5% houses covered by Delhi govt’s water supply pilot project

8 years on, only 5% houses covered by Delhi govt’s water supply pilot project

05 Sep 2021

Teachers allege NEP will lead to job cuts, FYUP not in interest of students

Abha Dev Habib, member of DUTA and teacher at Miranda House, said the FYUP with MEES will create a class divide, put financial burden on the students and will create digital divide.

05 Sep 2021

Delhi government to celebrate Teachers Day as 'Abhar Diwas', award 122 educators

Also, two special awards will be given to Bharti Kalra and Rani Bhardwaj who during the pandemic provided tablet devices to the students and supported them in various ways, Manish Sisodia said.

05 Sep 2021

Cops don’t want to catch real culprits in Delhi riot cases: AAP leader Atishi

The Aam Aadmi Party on Saturday flayed the Delhi Police over its method of investigation into the northeast Delhi riots of last year. 

05 Sep 2021

BJP to launch 20-day campaign on PM Narendra Modi's birthday

The BJP will launch a 20-day ‘Seva and Samarpan’ campaign on Minister Narendra Modi’s 71st birthday on September 17, to mark his “two decades in public service”.

05 Sep 2021

Centre asks Northeast and hill states to speed up full Covid vaccination of 60-plus

The vulnerability of this age group makes this exercise of prime importance, underlined Bhushan.

05 Sep 2021