In yet another incident of crime against women, a 17-year-old girl was allegedly kidnapped, drugged and raped by three youths, including a minor, in northeast Delhi’s New Usmanpur.
A man accused of rape can be convicted only if he has a malafide intention of not fulfilling a promise of marrying the victim, the Supreme Court Monday said, describing the crime as an assault on the “body and privacy of the victims”.
A Delhi court has sentenced a sacked Indian Airlines officer to four years in jail for possessing disproportionate assets worth R63.06 lakh, double his known income. The court said he had failed to maintain the “purity” of public office.
St Stephen’s college has some good news for students hoping to get admission in Economics this year. The college has decided to re-appropriate the 100 seats left behind from BA and BSc programme in such a manner that economics will get 50 more seats.
The admission process for Delhi University’s new management course Bachelor with Honours in Management Studies (BMS) will begin on Tuesday.
Parks in Delhi may soon have restaurants, art galleries and cultural performances, if a proposal by the Delhi Urban Art Commission (DUAC) is implemented. Sidhartha Roy reports.
Officials of Delhi’s forest and public works departments and a group of local residents will carry out an inspection and estimate the actual destruction caused to greenery in Vasant Kunj for a road-widening project. The inspection will be done on Tuesday morning. Darpan Singh reports.
The idea of seamless integration of public transport has taken a small step closer to reality. Each of the upcoming Metro stations in Phase III will have a bus stop hardly 50m away from the station gates. Subhendu Ray reports.
To target more number of customers, especially women, the Delhi State Civil Supplies Corporation Limited has decided to shift its loss-making shops to shopping malls in the city. Neelam Pandey reports.
Five months after a fire at east Delhi’s Guru Tegh Bahadur Hospital, one of the two emergency operation theatres (OTs) remain shut. The result: A huge backlog of surgeries. Against the 17-18 surgeries that were done on an average per day earlier, just 7-8 are being done right now. Sidhartha Dutta reports.
A Delhi court has framed charges of extortion against a suspended crime branch inspector and three others for allegedly extorting money from a businessman in a murder case in 2008.
The protest against the introduction of the four-year undergraduate programme in Delhi University reached the doorstep of Congress president Sonia Gandhi today.
Chinese premier Li Keqiang met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh amid heavy security cover as scores of personnel, mainly to check Tibetan protesters from staging protests, were deployed across central Delhi today.
Frequent closure of important Metro stations has defeated the original purpose of the Delhi Metro — providing a robust and efficient public transport to the people of Delhi. Subhendu Ray reports.
In a desperate bid to keep away Tibetan activists from protesting against the maiden visit of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang to India, the Delhi Police affected heavy deployment of personnel across north Delhi’s Majnu ka Tilla today.