HindustanTimes Fri,31 Oct 2014

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Trilokpuri: Police on the toes for ‘jagran’ today

The Delhi Police are patting themselves on the back for ‘cleaning up’ east Delhi’s Trilokpuri of its most menacing residents following investigations into the riots which were triggered a week ago.

Maid murder case: Dhananjay Singh granted bail

Dhananjay Singh
A Delhi court will hear former BSP MP Dhananjay Singh’s wife’s bail plea exactly a day after she was arrested for allegedly murdering her domestic help Rakhi Bhadra with Dhananjay’s help. The court has granted regular bail to Dhanajay as he had not “misused” his interim bail in any manner.

1984 riots: Widows, orphans, addicts and pending trials

1984 riots
Thirty years after the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, survivors recount the horror and mourn loss of their family members.

Trilokpuri riots: I did not instigate the crowds, says ex-MLA

Former MLA from Trilokpuri Sunil Vaidya has rejected allegations that he had instigated crowds in the area during the riots, saying it was part of a political vendetta against him.

Trilokpuri, 1984: Memories of anti-Sikh riots return to haunt

Police men
For the past one week, the east Delhi locality has been on the edge after clashes between Hindus and Muslims. For Kanwaljit Singh, the violence brings back memories of his brothers being burnt to death. "I cannot become a riot victim for the second time," he says.

Police conduct flash raids to nab rioters in Delhi

Trilokpuri riots
Delhi Police started conducting multiple flash raids to apprehend rioters on Tuesday as east Delhi's Trilokpuri limped towards normalcy.

Sheila Dikshit unwilling to head Congress if fresh polls are held in Delhi

Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit
Former chief minister Sheila Dikshit has said she is not yet ready to lead the Congress if fresh elections are announced.

Trilokpuri: A desert in the midst of many oases

Trilokpuri, situated a few kilometres away from the headquarters of most national media organisations, has put the focus back on the many divides that define Delhi and India like no Muzaffarnagar ever could.

Delhi’s public transport among cheapest in world

The Capital has emerged as the most affordable city in terms of urban transport among 60 cities across the globe in a survey done by GoEuro, an online journey planning platform, as part of their price index series.

Form data to be on DDA site today; correct application errors in 2 days

Delhi Development Authority
If you have applied for a flat in the Delhi Development Authority’s (DDA) 2014 housing scheme, you have two days starting Friday to cross-check and correct mistakes, if any, in your application.

Will Cong ever be able to cast off the taint of ’84?

1984 anti-Sikh riots
The ghost of the anti-Sikh riots of 1984 comes to haunt the Congress at regular intervals since the role of some of its leaders in the communal violence is under the scanner of courts and various agencies.

Trilokpuri riots: Messages threaten to disrupt fragile peace

Trilok Puri
As residents of east Delhi’s Trilokpuri gather the pieces to get on with life leaving behind the gruesome memories, videos and messages circulating among both communities are making them edgy and threatening to break the fragile peace.

Uneasy calm amid allegations of cover-up in Delhi's Trilokpuri

Trilok Puri
On the face of it, the situation in Trilokpuri is under control and life is limping back to normalcy. But scratch a little deeper and the insecurities of the people become apparent.

Drones keep a watch over riot-hit Trilokpuri

The unmanned aerial vehicles were used for the first time to monitor a communally-sensitive area in the city, though Delhi Police tested them while providing security at Ramlila and Durga Puja venues this month. 
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