Siddhanta Mishra

Dispose of overdue cases against minors: Delhi child rights watchdog

The DCPCR found that there were 367 cases in which inquiry has been going on for more than six months and 953 instances in which cases are pending for more than 12 months.

13 Mar 2021

Delhi budget: Videshi vow in deshbhakti push

AAP govt promises Singapore income level for Delhiites, plans massive patriotism drive on 75th year of Independence

10 Mar 2021

Major projects on track: AAP government

AAP govt’s Outcome Budget presents report card of last one year, shares status of schemes.

09 Mar 2021

One year of AAP vs Modi government over Covid management in Delhi

It was March 1 last year when the first case of Coronavirus was detected in the national capital, throwing the government into a huddle to manage an unknown disease.

03 Mar 2021

Tree Transplantation Policy gets low response from agencies, deadline extended

Under the policy, agencies concerned will have to transplant 80 per cent trees affected by the projects to a new location.

02 Mar 2021

Farmers' protest: Raised tents, jute pads to beat the heat at Ghazipur border

For protection from heat, arrangements have been made for a large tent in front of the stage, so that people can sit there and listen to the speakers.

28 Feb 2021

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal hits road ahead of MCD by-elections

The AAP is confident of bagging all the five seats which will go to polls on February 28. Four of these seats were won by the party in the last election.

25 Feb 2021

Elated with Gujarat debut, Aam Aadmi Party plans roadshow in Surat

Delhi CM and AAP national convenor He will be holding a roadshow in Surat on February 26 to congratulate people of Gujarat on introducing 'new politics' in the state. 

24 Feb 2021

Delhi ministers meet to discuss revamp of excise policy

Last year, the Delhi government had invited comments from the public on the report of the expert committee on excise policy and  received more than 14,000 suggestions.

24 Feb 2021

BJP relies on PM Modi as AAP bats with welfare schemes

Determined to win all the five seats, the AAP ministers visited the wards on the day.

22 Feb 2021

Water from Thames in support of farmer protest

NRI businessman Ahlawat flies to India with water from famous London river in response to Tikait’s emotional appeal to agitators

09 Feb 2021

Weak finances of civic bodies shape bypoll strategies of AAP, BJP

Handling of finances has become a major issue ahead of by-polls in five municipal wards in Delhi. BJP and AAP  have started having a go at each other on allocation and utilisation, 

08 Feb 2021

Ready to take agitation across the nation: Rakesh Tikait

Farmer leader says onus on Centre to propose resumption of talks

07 Feb 2021

Villagers’ wait for development layout plan continues in Delhi

According to the residents of Lal Dora villages in the national capital territory, the lack of a development plan causes several problems for them.

06 Feb 2021

Rush of western UP farmers unabated at Ghazipur border protest site

New entrants are reaching the protest site, venturing out up to where the Delhi Police has heavily barricaded the road clicking selfies and making videos to send back home.

03 Feb 2021

Music and youngsters liven up farmers' protest at Ghazipur border

​Punjabi singers like Kanwar Grewal are dishing out live performances to keep the mood of the gathering upbeat.

01 Feb 2021

'Right to protest doesn't mean right to violence': Jagadesh Kumar looks back at his tenure as JNU V-C

JNU V-C M Jagadesh Kumar, whose 5-year term ended on January 26, says last year’s campus violence shouldn’t have happened.

01 Feb 2021

Water pouring in as symbolic support for BKU leader Tikait

 The presence of women participants is increasing at the Ghazipur border protest site.

31 Jan 2021

Farmers' protests: Reinforcements shot in the arm for agitators

Ghazipur and Singhu borders become hotspots for protest after clashes between agitating farmers and ‘locals’.

31 Jan 2021

Agitation receives fresh impetus as video of BKU leader Tikait in tears goes viral

Groups of farmers, small business owners, social and political activists started arriving at the protest site on Friday after a video of a crying Tikait went viral.

30 Jan 2021

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