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Go Back to Old Colour Scheme for Road Dividers, Traffic Police Urges NDMC
Outlook India

Go Back to Old Colour Scheme for Road Dividers, Traffic Police...

Delhi Traffic Police have requested NDMC to go back to the conventional, high-visibility colour scheme of white, black and yellow for road dividers and kerbs instead of the saffron and green combination whose introduction last year had triggered a ... Outlook India, 5 days ago
Go back to old colour scheme for kerbs: traffic police Press Trust of India, 5 days ago

Ex-sarpanch ends life, SAD leader among accused

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Ferozepur, June 14 -- The chairman of the Punjab Cooperative Bank, who is also son of sitting Akali MLA, besides 12 others, have been accused in a suicide note ...
 HT Syndication2 weeks ago

Defacing of Muslim road names a stigma onDelhi's social fabric: AAP

Decrying the defacing of roads named after Muslim personalities in Delhi by radical elements, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which is heading the Delhi government, has accused the BJP government at the Centre of being a mute spectator to right wing ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago
Times of India

Match throws traffic out of gear around ITO

NEW DELHI: The IPL match at Ferozeshah Kotla Ground on Friday led to jams across central Delhi. With cars being parked on the Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg-ITO stretch and traffic police unable to manage the extra volume, some commuters complained it took ...
 Times of India2 months ago

‘Go back to white, black, yellow’

The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has been asked by the city police to re-introduce conventional, high-visibility colour scheme of white, black and yellow for road dividers and kerbs, as the new colour scheme of saffron and green had led to a rise in ...
 Asian Age4 days ago
Indian Express

Go back to black and yellow, NDMC told

Kerb stones on New Delhi roads were painted low-visibility saffron and green after BJP came to power last year. They used to be painted in black, white and yellow — three colours approved by international highway codes for their high visibility.
 Indian Express5 days ago
India Today

Delhi cops secure heritage mosque in Khirki

Some 20-25 people tried to force their way into the masjid to offer namaz. When the Malviya Nagar SHO arrived,they misbehaved with him and warned him that they would come back. Security forces guard the ancient Khirki Masjid in South Delhi on ...
 India Today6 days ago

New arrivals

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 The Hindu1 week ago

NCR's 'greenest' sector projects speed up

NOIDA: To speed up world class infrastructure in sector 150- which is considered as NCR's greenest sector, the Noida Authority top brass reviewed all projects. On explaining the details Noida Authority on Sunday said that developed over 600 acre ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

How Lalu Prasad Yadav and Nitish Kumar came together, grew apart and now pose a mortal threat to NDA in Bihar polls

Those were the days, in 1989, when Lalu Prasad and Nitish Kumar would sit on either side of Sharad Yadav — then their mentor — for hours at his Ferozeshah Road residence in a daily 'adda'. Lalu was his inimitable gregarious self, and Nitish ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago
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