Delhi police have arrested four persons and found 20 "sophisticated" country-made .32 bore pistols on them.
Hundred is two times fifty. But when it comes to sunscreens meant to protect your skin from the harsh ultraviolet rays of the sun, this simple arithmetic does not apply. A sunscreen with an SPF (Sun Protection Factor) of 100 is not twice as effective as SPF 50.
Delhi Police have arrested a national-level judo player who allegedly made fake stamps in the names of advocates and used them to notarize legal documents. Shambhu Prasad Singh was arrested on a complaint filed by businessman Anil Dhanraj Jethani.
The husband of a municipal councilor has been arrested for allegedly raping a Delhi Police head constable. Ramesh Pehalwan, whose wife is a councillor from south Delhi's Kotla Mubarakpur, was arrested on Saturday.
The Delhi High Court has raised concern over increasing instances in which women misuse rape laws to force a man to marry them and also to extort money after having consensual physical relations.
The 25-year-old malnourished woman, who was rescued after a year of self-imposed confinement at her east Delhi house on Friday, is one of the many (around 150 to be precise) that the mobile mental health unit of Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences (IHBAS) rescues every year.
The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) is set to advance stem cell research for Multiple Sclerosis (MS), a disease that attacks the central nervous system.
Municipal councillor Shobha Vijender convened a meeting with residents to lend an ear to their problems on Saturday in Rohini. Councillor Vijender held the meeting at 6.30am on Saturday in the lawns of District Park, Sector 9.
The poll buzz is in Delhi air. The political parties are closing ranks, devising strategies, mobilising voters, putting up campaigns, organising protests and some of them even deciding candidates for the 70 assembly seats in the national Capital. Get your licence to vote
Assembly elections in Delhi are due in November this year and the electoral officials are engaged in a massive exercise to add as many voters on their rolls as possible. Delhi's chief electoral officer Vijay Dev calls it the purifying of the electoral roll.
A student of B. Tech second year at Amity University, Tushar is excited about the upcoming assembly elections in Delhi.
Till he turned 18, elections were just another holiday for Kartik Singh. The day he achieved the scheduled age of a voter in India, his father asked him to get enrolled as a voter.
Delhi University's delay in naming colleges that will offer the proposed management studies course has led to confusion among applicants.The application process for the course has begun, but the applicants have no idea which colleges will offer the programme. Course poser
An NGO, which had gone to court in protest of Delhi University's move to make math and science compulsory, has sent suggestions to varsity authorities for the rollout of the plan.
At a roundabout on the leafy Kasturba Gandhi Marg, near India Gate, is hidden a jewel reminiscent of the architecture of a bygone era: the Travancore Palace.