Police inspector, woman tenant die after refrigerator explodes at home
Sabarinath joined the police department in January 2008, and rose through the ranks to become an inspector in August 2022.
1,200 get jobs, govt to speed up process
As many as 1,200 employees who were hired by the Delhi government received appointment letters from Lieutenant Governor Vinai Kumar Saxena on Friday.
L-G asks officials to apprise CM of fund crunch, unsafe buildings of 12 colleges
Saxena asked the officials to apprise CM Arvind Kejriwal of the matter while also instructing an inspection of the concerned college buildings on priority.
Surrogacy: L-G approves medical boards in all districts of Delhi
The approval has come under the Surrogacy (Regulation) Act, 2021, notified by the Centre earlier, Raj Niwas officials said.
Assembly remains a non-legislative Pandemonium in Delhi
The States Reorganisation Commission’s 1956 resolution to dissolve Delhi assembly should have been upheld for all time to come.
Sadar Bazar traders hold protest outside Delhi LG House against sealing of 25 shops
Earlier this month, 25 shops were sealed in Sadar Bazar in Old Delhi while five others received a notice to vacate their premises.
L-G cannot take independent decisions but he is doing that: Delhi CM Kejriwal
AAP MLAs protested against the LG's "objections" to sending Delhi government teachers for a training programme in Finland.
Wrong perception being created that L-G is running show: Delhi government tells SC
For the Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government, senior advocate AM Singhvi argued that people’s will would be negated if GNCTD doesn’t have power over the transfer of bureaucrats.
Delhi L-G grants sanction to prosecute Shehla Rashid for tweets about Indian Army
According to officials at the L-G office, the sanction is related to a 2019 FIR against her, under IPC section 153A, registered at Special Cell police station in New Delhi.
'Rarest of rare crime': Delhi CM on woman's death after she was dragged by car for 12 km
Unverified footage showing the woman's body without clothes and broken legs led to claims that the victim was raped and killed, but police said it was an accident.
BJP dubs govt propagandist regime as AAP says Centre spent Rs 22K crore on ads
Leader of Opposition in Delhi Assembly Ramvir Singh Bidhuri alleged that the government has carried out an ‘advertisement scam’ and demanded a CBI inquiry into the matter.
Maharashtra: Book on Malegaon blast accused Purohit launched amid protests
Six people were killed and more than 100 injured after a bomb placed on a motorcycle went off near a mosque in Malegaon in north Maharashtra on September 29, 2008.
Killer landlord inspired by movies to get rid of body: Delhi cops
“He claimed that he saw in movies that if the body is not found, the murder cannot be proved in court,” sources said.
Costs imposed on tenant for abusing court process
The high court said it was convinced that the tenant has wasted “very precious quasi-judicial time” of the competent authorities and of this court and held that his petition was completely untenable.
Tenants at IMA flats told to vacate in week, pay rent
Once the remaining tenants vacate the premises, the eight posh flats will be in the Revenue department’s possession.
LG VK Saxena derailing and stalling functioning, Kejriwal government tells Supreme Court
The affidavit also alleged that the L-G is “running a parallel system of governance in the NCT of Delhi” by abrogating to himself the powers of an elected government.
Hyderabad-born woman is Maryland Lieutenant Governor
Aruna Miller is the first Indian-American to assume the position of Lieutenant Governor in Maryland.
Messing with Saxena leaves Kejriwal in a mess
This result-oriented and time-bound approach of Saxena to get things done is in stark contrast to the “all sound no fury” style of the Delhi CM.
Lt Gen Ajai K. Singh assumes charge of Southern Command
Lieutenant General Ajai Kumar Singh assumed the command of the Indian Army’s Southern Command as its 50th Army Commander on Tuesday.
L-G trying to run parallel govt in Pondy: AIADMK
AIADMK Puducherry secretary A Anbazhagan has said that the lieutenant governor's move to directly accept grievances from the people is an insult to the elected government.
'We want action, not assurances': MEA on Indian High Commission attack in London
Punjab crackdown: 'Khalistan flag' pictures, firearms training videos found on Amritpal aide's phone
Ignoring experts, China's sudden zero-COVID exit cost lives
'Fighting for voice of India, ready to pay any price': Rahul Gandhi
Airtel pips Jio in 5G roll-out, reaches 500 cities: Company's statement
Actor Ajith's father's death: When brother Anil described their unconventional upbringing