The CNN IBN- The Week post poll survey suggest that the satisfaction levels with the Sheila Dikshit government has dropped by 26 per cent from 2008 mark of 66 per cent. Only 40 per cent respondents say they are satisfied with the Delhi government’s performance in last the 5 years. 54 per cent respondents say they are not satisfied with Sheila Dikshit as Delhi chief minister. 70 per cent respondents in say the Sheila Dikshit government does not deserve another chance at governing Delhi, ... Rediff.com, 3 days ago
“The citizens in Delhi know that December 4 elections are for Delhi and not the general elections. We are suffering from pro-incumbency and not anti-incumbency," says a confident Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit in an interview with CNN-IBN. Excerpts from the interview On women's safety “I will do all that I can in my might to make Delhi safe for women. We are in constant touch with the police so that they can update their system to make it more ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago BJP seeks more time to reply to EC notice on Modi's "khooni panja" remark Sakaal Times, 3 weeks ago Delhis Dangerous Air Pollution Problem Rediff.com, 1 month ago
JEDDAH – Indian Consul General Faiz Ahmad Kidwai will meet volunteers and community members on the consulate premises at 4.30 p.m. on Tuesday to brief them on the forthcoming the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas convention in New Delhi. ...Saudi Gazette, 1 day ago
The windshield of Air India Dreamliner which developed a crack while landing at the airport in Melbourne is expected to return Delhi tonight after being repaired, officials said. The windshield of AI-311 operating on Delhi-Melbourne-Sydney route with 80 passengers and 12 crew members onboard, cracked as the plane landed at Melbourne airport on Monday. "The jet is being currently fixed with a new windshield," Madhu Mathen, Air India's local manager, told PTI. "It was a minor ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Petrol price was on Friday hiked by Rs 1.63 per litre, the seventh increase since June, on rising oil rates and falling rupee. The increase excludes local sales tax or VAT and will be effective midnight tonight, oil firms said. The petrol price in Delhi will go up by Rs 1.96 to Rs 76.06 per litre, while it will cost Rs 83.63 per litre in Mumbai as against Rs 81.57 currently. With this increase, petrol prices have gone up by a massive Rs 10.80 per litre since June, excluding VAT. The price ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
But should we be surprised at all? Indian universities have NEVER made it to the top of the annual QS rankings. The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi appears almost as a blip on the radar... at number 222, having dropped t-e-n places from last year's 212. Meanwhile at the very top, British and American universities slug it out as Harvard claims Cambridge's spot pushing the British university down to number three even as Massachusetts Institute of Technology tops the list second ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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