St Stephens principal Valson Thampu said on Tuesday that he was being chased like an "animal" in the PhD student's molestation row, amid growing demands of his resignation. He also appealed to all concerned "elements" to avoid character assasination as the matter is in sub-judice.
An aspirant seeking admission to Delhi University’s Kalindi College jumped from the first floor of the college building on Tuesday.
The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has finally woken up to the Vasundhara Raje government’s drive to raze temples, among other structures, to make way for Jaipur metro.
On day one of school after the summer vacation, the norms of Right to Education Act, which mandate free and compulsory education to children, were thrown to the wind with students holding brooms instead of books.
A 40-year-old woman died on Tuesday of injuries sustained when she was allegedly set on fire by two policemen after they attempted to rape her in a police station of Barabanki district.
The Aam Aadmi Party government was ready to go any length to ensure full statehood to Delhi, law minister Kapil Mishra said on Monday.
Hygiene matters: Delhi’s biggest hospital for children lacks cleanliness, exposing patients to deadly infections.
A police constable, who may face disciplinary action for his journalist son’s reporting on Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) scam in Morena district, has allegedly threatened to end his life if any action is taken against him.
Speaking about the St Stephens molestation row, the college principal Valson Thampu said on Sunday the victim is being used against him by certain people to fulfil their "ulterior purposes" and a forensic investigation of the "purported" recordings will clear the air.
Vyapam scam: Father of dead accused says he can’t go to Bhopal for the investigation because he can't afford it again.
The Delhi high court has taken cognizance of a complaint seeking criminal proceeding against another Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA. After former law minister Jitender Singh Tomar, Palam MLA, Bhavna Gaur, is under scanner for submitting wrong information in her election affidavit.
In a span of less than a month, thieves struck the embassy area in New Delhi on Sunday for the second time and stole telephone cables worth nearly Rs 4 lakh. While the incidents and their frequency are worrying, the Delhi Police is clueless about the possible identity of the thieves who dug an 18-metre-long tunnel outside the Ethiopian embassy on Shanti Path in Chanakyapuri causing communication outage in the high security area.
The Aam Aadmi Party workers on Monday staged a protest at the Jantar Mantar in New Delhi, demanding the sacking of four ministers of the Bharatiya Janata Party.
People travelling in the capital will soon get the exact schedule, location and seat availability of DTC buses and details required to hire autorickshaws for last-mile connectivity through a cellphone app.
As Delhi chokes on its foul air, the cars on its roads continue to spew poison while getting a clean bill of health every three months from the 661 pollution check centres dotting the city.