The first open day at Delhi University's South Campus on Thursday saw many agitated parents and students questioning the new four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP). HT reports.
At a time when Delhi was witnessing protests following the December 16 gang rape, the metro helpline of the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) was flooded with calls related to metro movement. HT
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Disposing of a petition filed against the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) by 15 students who obtained lower than expected scores in the Joint Engineering Examination (JEE) Main exam, the court directed the board to provide them with their OMR sheet, calculation sheet and answer keys before May 29.
One of the accused in the December 16 gang rape case was not brought before the fast track court on Thursday due to ill-health.
The Delhi unit of BJP on Thursday demanded registration of an FIR against chief minister Shiela Dikshit for allegedly misusing government funds for “political purpose” by placing advertisements.
Standing committee chairman in the North Delhi Municipal Corporation Ram Kishan Singhal on Thursday inspected the car parking on Asaf Ali Road and directed officials to improve sanitation in the area.
Delhi Metro commuters travelling on the Blue Line had a harrowing time on Monday afternoon.
The cool and swift Metro ride that has changed the way Delhi commutes has a dark side as well. It uprooted thousands of trees. Darpan Singh
The National Green Tribunal on Thursday rejected affidavits filed by various government agencies on debris dumped in the Yamuna riverbed as incorrect and held them guilty of not complying with its orders.
The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), keeping in view the rise in the number of crimes in and outside Metro stations, plans to deploy more officers in plainclothes to help commuters.
In a first, the Delhi Police have started maintaining a register of sexual offenders. Police stations have been asked to write details people accused of rape, molestation, stalking and even harassment and keep a track of them.
The Centre on Thursday informed the Delhi High Court that a departmental enquiry had been initiated against seven policemen in connection with the December 16 gang rape of a 23-year-old girl in a moving bus in the Capital. HT reports.
Keeping in mind the large number of false rape cases that crop up, the Delhi High Court has directed trial judges to be cautious while dealing with evidence and asked them to closely scrutinise statement of victims and other witnesses. Harish V Nair reports.
An alleged Indian Mujahideen militant, facing trial in the 2008 Batla House encounter case here, has been allowed by a local court to make two other suspects of the outfit witnesses to counter the prosecution case against him.
Slammed by the Delhi High Court for the shocking manner in which some policemen dealt with the rape of a five-year-old girl in the Capital, the Delhi police on Thursday said it has decided to give training on gender sensitisation to its personnel. Harish V Nair reports.