Ananya Bhardwaj was part of Hindustan Times’ nationwide network of correspondents that brings news, analysis and information to its readers. She no longer works with the Hindustan Times.
Articles by Ananya Bhardwaj
The Modi government is continuing with its name-changing spree, with the government now deciding to rename Havelock Island to Swaraj Dweep, Neil Island to Shaheed Dweep and Ross Island to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Island.
The Print, New Delhi | ByAnanya Bhardwaj
Mobai told Delhi police that she collected weapons from a manufacturer in Gandhwani, MP, and supplied them to contacts in Delhi and Western UP.
The 20-year-old beautician, who fought off abductors in Vasant Kunj Pocket B and C, has made it clear she will not withdraw the case against the accused despite being under pressure.
Experts say that a person’s upbringing, the environment in which he is raised and education plays a very important role in nurturing ones behaviour.
Take a look at some shocking cases of 2066-17 in Delhi in which lives were lost after differences over petty issues.
The incident took place at Sabzi Mandi railway station in north Delhi when Rahul, 20, told a truck driver that he did not have money to pay him back. Two Delhi Police constables saw Rahul being beaten up and caught the accused.
Delhi Police arrested 32-year-old Shilpi Adhikari from southwest Delhi’s Kapashera just before her husband’s body could be cremated. She had told neighbours he died of heart attack
Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByAnanya Bhardwaj
A couple and four children were returning from Delhi IGI airport to Meerut with two guests from Iran. A dumper truck hit their Innova car near Mayur Vihar on NH 24 killing four of the family and the driver on the spot
JNU vice-chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar requested ministers to procure an army tank to be exhibited in the university.
Dr Srikanth Goud’s family members were sent torture videos by the kidnappers to make them pay a ransom of Rs 5 crore. The police officials cut a cake for Dr Goud after he returned home on Wednesday.
Hindustan Times | ByAnanya Bhardwaj and S Raju
The police have found a note at the scene of murder of a 30-year-old businessman in which the assailants claim to be working to eliminate crime in Delhi.
Five men were cleaning a septic tank near Ghitorni in south Delhi and are suspected to have inhaled toxic gases. They were rushed to hospital where four of them died.
The parents of the two teenagers, who allegedly committed suicide in an OYO room in Dwarka on Friday, have told the police that they did not know about their friendship. The police are yet to find out why the two committed suicide.
Police teams from Delhi and other states have raided Pachor district at least 86 times in the last four months to trace kids hired and trained by gangs to steal at weddings.
The Delhi police arrested the three accused from Noida on Wednesday morning hours after they murdered the woman and fled with jewellery and cash worth over Rs 10 lakh.
The man had entered Turkey on a forged passport. This was reportedly his second attempt to enter Syria via Turkey. Police are probing how he got the fake passport.
Gangs that strike at glitzy weddings in Delhi and other big cities bring kids who are trained to steal from Pachor, Gulkhedi villages in Madhya Pradesh, say police
Hindustan Times, Rajgarh (Madhya Pradesh) | ByAnanya Bhardwaj
Two men whom the police had initially suspected for the murder of Junaid Khan, provided the first important clues to the police that led to the arrest of the main suspect in Dhule.
Hindustan Times | ByPrabhu Razdan and Ananya Bhardwaj, New Delhi
Prahlad did not inform his neighbours about his brother’s death as he believed he was ill and was resting. Each day for nine days, he cooked three meals for him, oiled his hair and pressed his feet.
The employee, who is on the run, has been booked for cloning cards of as many as 13 customers and withdrawing money to the tune of Rs 6,03,500.
Hindustan Times | BySweta Goswami & Ananya Bhardwaj
Junaid Khan, 16, was stabbed and killed on a train while he was on his way home in Ballabhgarh after shopping for Eid. His brother Hashim has given full description of the alleged killer according to which the police are now preparing a sketch.
Stabbing of Muslim boys: 50-year-old DJB employee tells police he told Junaid and his brothers to stop playing Ludo on a seat in the Sadar Bazar-Mathura train so that he could sit.
Stabbing of Muslim boys: Four persons have been arrested by the police for allegedly instigating others to attack the Muslim youths in a Mathura-bound train.
Five days after a youth was allegedly stabbed to death and three others seriously injured after a scuffle on a Mathura-bound train, the police are still looking for “significant clues” for a breakthrough in the case. The police on Tuesday also began raids in Asaoti village and are now questioning tea stall owners and vendors in the station area to ascertain the identity of the men.
A Muslim boy was allegedly stabbed to death when an argument over a seat turned into religious slurs and triggered a mob attack on family members returning home from Eid shopping.
According to sources, the system was put in place to ensure more visibility of traffic cops on the field. The police department has already purchased 50 biometric systems
Junaid’s village in Ballabgarh, Haryana, bore a sombre look on this Eid. The festivities were missing and fewer people turned up for prayers.
Delhi family killed in Gulmarg Gondola accident loved to travel, had planned the vacation last minute
The family of four had been living in Shalimar Bagh for the past five years.
The four brothers had gone to Delhi’s Sadar Bazar to shop for Eid. They boarded a train from Sadar Bazar and got into a fight over seats with some men who called them “beef-eaters” and “anti-nationals”. After two hours of violence on the train that night, Hashim was allowed to get off at Asota with Hafiz Junaid’s body and his two brothers, who too were badly injured.
In both incidents, cases were registered at Mandir Marg police station and two hospital staff members arrested.