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.
Early morning cyclists complain that mugging is exponentially up in the past one month on the Preet Vihar-ITO stretch, which is widely used by riders moving towards India Gate from East Delhi.
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) may be the second best university in India but it has a dropout rate of 12 per cent every year.
Maliwal today started an indefinite hunger strike demanding the government to take concrete actions to curb sexual crimes against women.
The Delhi Congress took out candle marches across the city tonight to protest the Kathua and Unnao minor rape cases and slammed the BJP for the alleged rise in crimes.
Organisations like AIPWA, NFIW, JNU Students Union, Students Federation of India among others took part in the protest.
Delhi's ruling Aam Aadmi Party on Monday expressed support for the protests by Dalit activists from various organisations against a Supreme Court ruling on the SC/ST Act.
CBSE paper leak: Manish Sisodia asks Prakash Javadekar to convene meeting of state education ministers
Sisodia, who wrote a letter to Javadekar, said there was need to move beyond party politics on such issues.
25-year-old Ishtiaq Ali, a resident of Uttam Nagar, confessed to the killing citing an altercation with the deceased.
The crime branch has questioned 25 people, including 18 students and five tutors, in connection with the alleged leak of CBSE examination papers, the Delhi Police said today.
Kejriwal said responsibility should be fixed in the matter, a day after the Central Board of Secondary Education announced re-examination in Class 10 mathematics and Class 12 economics papers.
The Delhi Police's crime branch has begun investigating the alleged leak of Class 12 economics and Class 10 mathematics papers after registering two separate cases in the matter.
The Congress said it would fight the office-of-profit case involving 20 AAP MLAs in the Election Commission of India again, after the Delhi High Court set aside their disqualification.
The AAP MLAs present in the House welcomed the Speaker's decision by thumping the desks and chanted "Bharat Mata ki Jai".
The Aam Aadmi Party claimed that the Election Commission's decision was a "serious attempt to dislodge" an elected government.