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HindustanTimes Thu,23 Oct 2014

New Delhi

60-km Metro loop to connect Noida, Greater Noida

To ensure a smooth ride to commuters, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has planned to connect Noida and Greater Noida through a Metro link.

25% seats reserved for transgender kids in Delhi schools

Transgender kids can now takeadmission in schools across the national capital and pursue their studies along with other students free of cost.

Delhi: Missing schoolboy found dead, friends held

An 18-year-old student of a private school in Rohini was allegedly kidnapped and later murdered in Haryana’s Murthal village by his three friends, including a juvenile, police said Tuesday.

2 cops attacked in 72 hours: Delhi's law enforcers at the mercy of criminals

Statistics suggest that men in uniform were attacked for doing their job almost every month this year. In 2012, as many as 20 cases were reported and four policemen lost their lives.

All 5 held guilty in Delhi's Dhaula Kuan rape case

A city court on Tuesday convicted five men of abducting and gang-raping a call centre employee in Delhi in 2010, one of the first cases that drew attention to growing sexual violence against women in the city.

DDA to refund registration money within a month

The DDA has decided that unsuccessful applicants, who don’t get a flat in the draw of lots for the 2014 housing scheme, will be refunded the registration amount of Rs. 1 lakh within one month.

Now a mobile app to track buses, provide info on seat availability

The Delhi Integrated Multi-Modal Transit System (DIMTS) — an agency that consults with the government on transport issues — has come up with a mobile application that will tell you the exact time of arrival of the next bus at a particular stand.

Dhaula Kuan: Survivor’s life back home far from easy

Four years back, on November 24, 2010, one incident had changed her entire life. Every day, the 34-year-old gang rape survivor tries hard to forget the incident but she can’t keep the haunting memories from coming back.

That night, nobody heard them scream

In the dead of the night, screams rang out near south Delhi’s Moti Bagh on November 24, 2010, but there was no one to hear them.

Rapists were part of Mewati crime syndicate

The five were ‘bad seeds’, used to drunken nights of petty crimes and would have remained a menace to three states had they not gone too far on the night of the November 24, 2010.

Incident taught police a lesson, led to formation of safety rules

Till the Dhaula Kuan gang rape incident, the police establishment of the Capital had been living in denial about the rising safety concerns faced by female employees of the burgeoning BPO industry on a daily basis.

Families look to govt for aid, say no response so far

The family who performed Singh’s last rites at his ancestral village in Bhiwani district of Haryana on Monday evening said police officials had assured immediate action and arrest of the assailants. But no one approached them after that, they said.

2 arrested for killing police constable

A day after a Delhi Police constable was shot dead in Vijay Vihar, just 200 metres away from the police station, the police arrested two suspects and claimed to have recovered the stolen gun of the slain cop.

Govt plans better public transport, elevated roads to rid Delhi of jams

Delhi residents can hope for a smoother drive, with a government panel starting work on a plan to free the city of notorious jams -- an issue raised by HT and taken up by urban development minister Venkaiah Naidu.

Doctor, two NGO workers booked in 2010 infant trafficking case

A local court has charged a doctor and two NGO workers with cheating, forgery and criminal conspiracy for colluding in preparing fake birth certificate of a girl child in the sensational infant trafficking case of 2010.
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