Alwar lynching: Lalawandi village on well-known cow smuggling route

Lalawandi and the adjoining three villages have become a safe passage for cow smugglers to operate as the Haryana border is very near and the jurisdiction of Rajasthan Police ends at Kolgaon.

23 Jul 2018

Mob lynchings: Victims’ kin welcome apex court order

Families of the victims of mob lynchings welcomed the Supreme Court order calling for the framing of a law to prevent such crimes, while saying that the mindset of society needed to change.  

18 Jul 2018

Archeological Survey of India fails to unearth mythical Indraprastha in Delhi’s Purana Qila 

Six months after undertaking excavation at the Purana Qila to find the mythical city of Indraprastha, ASI has claimed that the site does not have any significant discoveries.

22 Apr 2018

Delayed flyover: CAG raps civic body

Auditor observes civic body did not carry out comprehensive survey to identify affected areas

08 Apr 2018

Hemmed-in AAP to step up protests to rally support

If President Ram Nath Kovind approves the poll panel’s recommendation, bypolls will have to be held in the 20 constituencies represented by the AAP legislators in six months.

21 Jan 2018

Defence Colony eateries’ owners say sealing unfair

They claim that as the market is a shopping complex and they are not doing anything illegal, a conversion charge is not applicable

07 Jan 2018

Delhi cows will enjoy special subsidised power at gaushalas

It’s the era of the bovine! Cows are being empowered and the city’s gaushala residents will get special treatment.

10 Sep 2017

No efforts to increase waste to energy plants’ capacity

Several reminders from the Lieutenant General, Anil Baijal’s office, to increase the output of Waste to Energy (WTE) plants at the dumping sites in the capital, proved to have fallen on deaf ears of t

10 Sep 2017

City of apes needs pied pipers

The Municipal Corporation of Delhi has a monkey on its back: it’s not been unable to control the primate population in the city.

13 Aug 2017

Avian flu keeps Delhi off zoo exchange

The National Zoological Park, Delhi, seems to have been left out from the zoo exchange programme—under which surplus animals are exchanged among the zoos across India—as its request for animals sent l

05 Mar 2017

BJP woos voters using varied ways

Newly appointed Delhi BJP unit chief Manoj Tiwari is working overtime to make sure that core voters of the party do not change.

18 Dec 2016

Former junkie goes on a life-changing junket

A 48-year-old who counsels patients in Noida believes it is his duty to pull others out of the chasm of drugs

02 Oct 2016