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FB post on cop demanding bribe spurs department into action
Millennium Post

FB post on cop demanding bribe spurs department into action

A Facebook post, which went viral in 24 hours, prompted Delhi Police to initiate and inquire into a case of alleged corruption on Monday. The post was shared by a Delhi-based youth who alleged that a traffic constable demanded a bribe of Rs 1,000 ... Millennium Post, 3 days ago

Rain, rain come another day

Though the monsoon brings respite from the blistering heat, Delhiites have to pay the price in the form of puddles, clogged drains, waterlogged roads and huge traffic snarls. The first spell of pre-monsoon showers that hit the capital in the past week was no ...
 Deccan Herald5 days ago

Clover LBCO Season 2 Episode 1

In this season, we are introduced to 12 food-loving families. In each episode of the first round, the teams get to make their own special family recipe, as well as participate in a creative baking challenge, where each team competes at making a ...
 SABC36 days ago

N Corpn blames Govt for waterlogging

North Corporation has blamed the Delhi Government's ill-preparedness for waterlogging in the Capital. North Delhi Mayor, Ravindra Gupta, said, "I found out during inspection that the PWD drain adjacent to Zakhira flyover is not desilted, due to ...
 The Statesman1 week ago Blame game begins over waterlogging  The Hindu1 week ago

'Politics over cleaning of drains'

The Delhi government will be solely responsible for waterlogging during rainy season as the drains under its control are clogged, said the North Corporation Mayor Ravinder Gupta on Tuesday. Mayor of North Delhi Ravinder Gupta inspected various areas under the ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
India Today

Kejriwal urges Railways not to demolish slums for 5 years

The removal of shanties may hamper the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP government€s prospects in the municipal elections scheduled for early 2017. The Relateds A huge chunk of prime land in the Capital worth over Rs 6,000 crore is unlikely to ...
 India Today1 week ago

Qatar's real estate deals hit QAR 1.30bn w/w

Doha-Mubasher: Qatar's real estate transactions reached QAR 1.30 billion in the period between 7 and 11 June, according to a weekly report by the real estate registration department at the ministry of justice. The list of properties that were ...
 Mubasher2 weeks ago Qatar's real estate transactions reach QAR 1.30bn  Mubasher2 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

In Delhi, road rage incidents feed on baking heat

Traffic constable Manna Ram had to pay with his life for daring to stop an errant driver on a hot June night last year. Angered that he had been asked to take a detour, the driver ran over the 24-year-old constable near a flyover in west Delhi's ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

'Al Khor Park tobe one of biggest' in Qatar

(MENAFN - Gulf Times) Al Khor Park, set to be opened soon, will be one of the largest parks in Qatar, Tariq Juma al-Tamimi, director of the technical affairs department at Al Khor and Al Zakhira Municipality, has said. Quoting the official, local ...
 MENAFN1 month ago

Age of rage

Big egos, bigger cars, big-time heat and excessive pollution. Couple that with loud music, traffic jams and shrinking roads — the monster is out on the summer prowl. Data tells you that there have already been 26 deaths due to road rage in Delhi ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
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