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Cold war

A cold war has been brewing for a while between BJP President Amit Shah and Delhi unit chief Satish Upadhyay after the latter "indirectly" blamed the national team for the Delhi poll debacle. It came to the fore on April 30 when Upadhyay brought ... Yahoo! India, 2 weeks ago

Blinded by the Dark Side

NEW DELHI:In the cold winter night of December 1971 during the Battle of Longewala in the Thar desert, Major Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri sought air firepower from the Indian Air Force (IAF). The critical request was turned down; the IAF did not have ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago

To harp on statehood, CM Arvind Kejriwal takes on cops again

Police's cold reply to a call made by a Delhi government officer a day before the Wednesday rally to keep media away from Kejriwal during public functions only fuelled the tension. NEW DELHI: With chief minister Arvind Kejriwal slamming Delhi Police for ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
The Telegraph

First Lady soothes Kabul cold-shoulder fears

Afghanistan's First Lady Rula Ghani today assured India that her husband's government views New Delhi as a part of its closest ring of friends, assuming an almost diplomatic role rarely seen in south Asian First Ladies but in keeping with her steadily rising ...
 The Telegraph1 month ago

Security guard held guilty of killing wife in Delhi

A man has been held guilty of strangulating his wife by a Delhi court, which noted that it was a "cold blooded murder". "The accused caused death of his wife by strangulating her with a 'dupatta' within the four walls of her house which is considered as the ...
 Zee News1 month ago

Heavy rains lash Delhi, traffic jams galore

Heavy rains and cold winds lashed the national capital on Saturday, bringing down the mercury by several notches. The maximum and minimum temperature in the city will remain around 29 and 18 degrees Celsius today. Severe water logging was also witnessed in ...
 Sify1 month ago

Heavy downpour sweeps parts of Delhi

Cold winds and heavy rains lashed parts of the national capital on Friday, bringing the mercury down by several notches. The maximum and minimum temperature in the city will remain around 32 and 21 degrees Celsius today. The Met department attributed the ...
 Sify1 month ago Intermittent rainfall makes weather cold in Delhi  News on Air2 months ago

Tent shelters may stay as cold persists

Since it's still cold, the Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board is having second thoughts about removing temporary tent shelters that were set up for the homeless during winter.The tents were put in place till March 15, 2015. According to the city ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
IndiaTV News

Arvind Kejriwal responding well to naturopathy treatment at Jindal nature cure Institute

Bengaluru: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who is undergoing naturopathy treatment for his cough and cold has been recovering well. His cough and blood sugar level have considerably dropped.‘Kejriwal is responding well to our treatment. His cough ...
 IndiaTV News2 months ago
The Telegraph

Mamata indoors, Mukul out in cold

Mamata Banerjee remained cooped up in her nephew Abhishek Banerjee's residence in Delhi for the better part of today but ensured that Mukul Roy was pushed to the last bench of the Rajya Sabha and a process of disciplinary action was started against him.
 The Telegraph2 months ago
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