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Cops tell Arya Sabha to install CCTV cameras, bag scanners at Ramlila rally

Denying reports about felicitating those who converted to Hinduism in Uttar Pradesh on the martyrdom day of Swami Shraddhanand, the Arya Kendriya Sabha said the unnecessary furore had cost them a lot — literally.

BJP aims to tap young voters with tennis star

Once described as a party of traders, the Bharatiya Janata Party is looking for a image change by inducting sports icons and businessmen in the party ranks. Sources said the party is looking to induct more sportspersons and celebrities.

AAP MLA’s house burgled; party funds, jewellery stolen

Former Aam Aadmi Party MLA from north west Delhi’s Shalimar Bagh, Bandana Kumari’s house was robbed on Tuesday night. Thieves escaped with jewellery and cash and cheques worth more than Rs. 20 lakh.

South Delhi: Minor molested, one apprehended

A 17-year-old boy was apprehended for allegedly molesting his minor neighbour, also believed to be 17 years old, in South Delhi’s Safdarjung enclave area on Tuesday evening. The juvenile was produced before the Juvenile Justice Board.

Delhi: Ferry homeless to night shelters, L-G tells cops

The Delhi Police have a new task on their hands — to shift homeless people sleeping on the roads to the nearest shelter homes. The onset of winter in the city has seen temperatures dropping to less than 5 degrees Celsius.

Two men on bike throw acid at lady doctor in Delhi

A 30-year-old woman doctor sustained burn injuries on her face and neck after two bikers threw an acid-like chemical substance at her in Rajouri Garden in west Delhi on Tuesday morning.

Thursday rally in Delhi not to felicitate converts, clarifies Arya Samaj

The Arya Kendriya Sabha of Delhi on Tuesday denied that converts from Islam or any other religion would be felicitated in Delhi at a rally in the memory of Arya Samaj leader Shraddhanand.

DDA to give possession of flats from January 1

The allottees of DDA's 2014 housing scheme will start getting possession of their flats from January 1.

HC revokes govt's ban on Ola Cabs in Delhi

The Delhi high court on Tuesday set aside the Delhi government's December 8 order banning the operation of mobile app-based taxi service provider Ola Cabs in the Capital without prior approval from the transport department.

Cops beef up security at Delhi churches

The Delhi Police have strengthened security in churches across the capital ahead of Christmas celebrations in the city.

Delhi: DCP summoned in case against AAP leader Rakhi Bidlan

A Delhi court has summoned before it on Wednesday the deputy commissioner of police (DCP) of outer district to explain how AAP leader Rakhi Bidlan and her brother, belonging to Scheduled Caste community, were made accused in a case lodged against them under the special law enacted for protection of SC and ST members.

Delhi varsities to mark Good Governance Day

Universities in Delhi will celebrate Wednesday as Good Governance Day to mark the birth anniversary of former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

Delhi elections: Congress complains to poll panel of bogus voters on rolls

A delegation of leaders from the Congress' Delhi unit on Tuesday met chief election commissioner VS Sampath to complain about a large number of bogus voters in the Capital.

Delhi: Lab assistant arrested for molesting minors

The Delhi Police on Tuesday arrested a lab assistant working with a government school in North West Delhi's Wazirpur area, for allegedly molesting two minors on school premises.

Delhi's water supply hit by high ammonia levels

Delhi may have to brace for a severe water shortage over the next few days. The Delhi Jal Board is facing heavy inflow of industrial pollutants from Haryana, forcing it to shut down the Wazirabad and Chandrawal water treatment plants on Tuesday, affecting water supply to nearly one-thirds of the city.
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