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PIL: In the Name of Law

ON A COLD January morning in New Delhi in 1979, a lawyer, Pushpa Kapila Hingorani, was reading the Indian Express newspaper, when a bulletin sprang out at her. KF Rustamji, a member of the National Police Commission, had published a detailed article ...
 Open Magazine1 month ago Cold Tuesday morning in Delhi  Daiji World2 months ago

Doctors won't treat for charity till govt assures them of protection

Giving a cold shoulder to the appeal made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi last year, resident doctors in Delhi have decided not to treat any patient for free till the government assures them of protection from frequent assaults by attendants of patients. In ...
 DNA1 month ago
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Cold Sunday in Delhi, minimum temp at 10.5 degrees Celsius

Delhiites today experienced a cold Sunday with the minimum temperature settling at 10.5 degrees Celsius, five notches below the season's average. According to the MeT Department, the maximum temperature was recorded at 23.6 degrees Celsius, which was six ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Delhi relatively warmer; cold conditions prevail in Pb,Haryana

It was a relatively warmer day in the national capital today even as cold conditions prevailed in several parts of neighbouring Punjab and Haryana.
 DNA2 months ago

Delhi: Jilted lover arrested for murder

In a classic case of one-sided jilted love, the Delhi Police has arrested a man for the cold-blooded murder of his ex lover's husband. The offender Vivek Kumar Aggarwal (37), who was arrested from Budh Vihar by the police, had earlier tried to kill the woman ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago

Sudden rains may lead to a spike in disease rate

The unexpected thunderstorm in the blistering Delhi on Sunday might have brought a smile to many a faces, for medical experts, it has brought nothing but worry. Doctors in the city are of the opinion that the sudden rainfall will increase the humidity level ...
 DNA1 day ago

Court acquits BJP MLA, two others in rape case

A BJP MLA from Haryana and another man have been acquitted by a Delhi court of the charges of raping a woman in a hotel after giving her sedative-laced drink. The court absolved BJP legislator Umesh Aggarwal and Sandeep Luthra for alleged offences of rape, ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Dec 16 gangrape case shocked collective conscience: Judge  Mathrubhumi2 weeks ago Man acquitted in gangrape case  Business Standard2 months ago

Delhi delay Pune's progress

Delhi Daredevils poured water on Rising Pune Supergiants' plans to make the Indian Premier League play-offs on Friday night by inflicting a seven-run defeat at Feroz Shah Kotla stadium. Pune, however, are still in the race for qualification. With a match to ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

Supergiant look to seal play-off spot

Delhi Daredevils have stayed true to their conventional inconsistency to bow out of the race in this edition, too. In their remaining two encounters, both at home, they have only pride to play for. On Friday, they meet Rising Pune Supergiant, who with a ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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