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'A' tattoo on the arm helps Delhi cops solve eight-year-old murder
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Witness in murder case shot at

A 25-year-old man, witness in a murder case, is critical after he was shot at in outer Delhiā€™s Sultanpuri on Monday night.The victim, identified as Sidhartha Sharma, had witnessed the murder of a wo... The Hindu, 2 months ago

One in three missing persons from Delhi is a kid

Kusum's life turned upside down last Tuesday, when she returned to her Sultanpuri home to find her 14-year-old son Ankit missing. Recalling that she had slapped him after an argument in the morning, she instinctively understood the gravity of the situation ...
 DNA2 months ago
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Swing is king: Key Congress bastions go to BJP

The Modi-wave hit the national Capital hard and what determined the BJP's victory was the major swing of seats. Traditional Congress strongholds which had gone to the AAP in the 2015 Assembly polls went to the BJP, while previous areas won by the Congress in ...
 DNA2 days ago
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Man tries to bring wife home at gunpoint, held

A man and his friend were arrested on Monday after they tried to force the former's wife to return home at gunpoint. The woman had fled to her maternal home in outer Delhi's Sultanpuri early on Sunday following an argument. A pistol loaded with five live ...
 DNA1 week ago

Toddlers suffer serious burns in car fire

Two girls, aged two and three, suffered 50 per cent burn injuries after the car they were playing in caught fire this morning in outer Delhi's Sultanpuri area. The cousins loved to play in the Swift Dzire. The incident happened when their grandmother was ...
 Business Standard1 month ago 2 girls badly burnt in car fire  Business Standard1 month ago
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Soul is missing from songs nowadays: Lata Mangeshkar

Whether it was 'Lag jaa gale' in 1964 or 'Luka Chuppi' in 2006 -- legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar's renditions have touched generations of music lovers who continue to enjoy her golden tracks. But she says she finds the 'soul' missing from today's music. 'I ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Prince turns pauper when it comes to pay maintenance: Court

Additional Sessions Judge Kanwaljeet Arora made the observation while upholding a magisterial court's order asking a resident of Sultanpuri in Northwest Delhi to pay an interim maintenance of Rs 6,600 per month to his wife and three kids and saying that the ...
 DNA1 month ago
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When Umrao Jaan gave Asha Bhosle cold feet

'During the recording of Umrao Jaan, Asha Bhosle started feeling uneasy.' 'She asked if she could sing in her own scale. She said she couldn't sing in that low pitch.' 'The whole studio was tensed because everyone knew that there were differences between Ashaji and Khayyamsaab. The differences were so much that she may stage a walkout.' Veteran music composer Khayyam revisits Umrao Jaan. Even at 91, music composer Khayyam refuses to retire. On his birthday on February 18, he released ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Three held in Delhi for burglary

Three persons involved in a burglary of over Rs 30 lakh were arrested from the national capital on Friday, the city police said.The trio of Manish, Wasim and Nand Kishor were nabbed from Sultanpuri.According to the police, they broke into the house of Subash ...
 Prokerala2 months ago
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