HindustanTimes Sat,23 Aug 2014

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Jaswant Singh still in coma, condition still grave

Former BJP leader Jaswant Singh continues to be in deep coma on Wednesday, with the doctors describing his condition to be grave.

18-yr-old girl, brother murdered; property angle suspected

An 18-year-old girl and her younger brother were found murdered by unidentified assailants at their rented home in northeast Delhi’s Karawal Nagar on Thursday morning. Both of them were attacked with sharp weapons and there are multiple stab wounds on their bodies.

I-Day with HT in Chandni Chowk: Cycling, kite-flying, songs and food

The North Delhi Municipal Corporation, in association with the Hindustan Times, is set to invoke and spread the spirit of patriotism among residents of the Chandni Chowk in the Walled City through a host of activities on Independence Day.

Women safety in mind, Delhi L-G Jung announces one-stop centres for sexual abuse victims

On a day Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a call to ensure the safety of women, the Delhi administration announced one-stop centres to help victims of sexual harassment.

Bhushan’s remarks find takers in AAP workers

Aam Aadmi Party co-founder Shanti Bhushan’s questioning of party chief Arvind Kejriwal’s organisational skills and his role as the sole voice of the party could not have come at a worse time for the party. Bhushan questions Kejriwal's organisational skills

Parents write to DoE, seek changes in nursery criteria

After schools, it was the parents’ turn to write to the Directorate of Education (DoE) with suggestions on the nursery admission guidelines for the next session.

Two years on, A divided house: Shanti Bhushan attacks Kejri, AAP bleeds

War within the Aam Aadmi Party intensified Wednesday, with senior leader Shanti Bhushan questioning chief Arvind Kejriwal’s organisational skills, saying the former Delhi CM didn’t have it in him to turn the young party into a national force.

Green nod to HP dam, will boost Delhi water supply

The long-pending Renuka dam project in Himachal Pradesh that will bring 275 million gallons of water a day to the Capital, one-fourth of the city’s supply, moved a step closer to realisation with the approval of an environment ministry committee.

DTC to play patriotic songs on Independence Day

For the first time ever, Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) will play patriotic songs in all its 3800 AC and Non AC low floor buses on this Independence Day.

Selja to be quizzed over murder of maid’s husband

A police officer privy to the investigation confirmed Selja was at home when the murder was discovered, and added that no one present in the bungalow at that time had been given a clean chit yet.

Unhappy volunteers may hit AAP’s reach-out drive

As the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) prepares for a reach-out campaign to press for fresh assembly elections in Delhi, discontent within the party threatens to take some sheen off the drive.

Delhi Police’s WhatsApp vigilance a hit, five policemen in the net

Within a week of launching their helpline-cum-WhatsApp number, the vigilance department of Delhi Police has managed to trap five policemen caught demanding bribes.

Delhi: Man kills wife for over Rakhi gifts

A man strangled his 26-year-old wife in east Delhi’s Geeta Colony on Monday night for not handing over gifts she had received from her brother on Raksha Bandhan.

DDA plan to maintain flats draws flak from owner associations

The Delhi Development Authority’s (DDA) plan to maintain its flats for 30 years after allotment has come under flak from the umbrella body of the city’s apartment owners associations.

Schools’ body suggests changes in nursery admission process

The National Progressive Schools Conference (NPSC), a leading association of senior secondary schools, has written to the Directorate of Education, offering suggestions and changes in the nursery admission guidelines.
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