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AAP says Kejriwal under house arrest; Delhi Police denies claim

The Aam Aadmi Party on Tuesday alleged that the Delhi Police has put Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal under house arrest after he met protesting farmers at the Singhu border, a claim denied by the......

Situation in riot-hit NE Delhi 'under control': Doval

The situation in the violence-hit northeast Delhi is under control and the police are doing their job, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval said after he visited the affected areas and interacted......

Jamia firing happened in seconds, didn't have time to react: Police

IMAGE: A person (face blurred as his being an adult could not be ascertained), brandishes a gun towards people protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act, near Jamia Millia Islamia......

Unprecedented stir by Delhi cops ends after assurances

IMAGE: Police personnel gather outside the police headquarters to protest the assault on policemen following clashes with lawyers at Tis Hazari court last week, in New Delhi, on Tuesday.......

Will Najeeb Jung be the next vice-president?

Relations between an elected government of Delhi and the LG can never be cordial: It is just the way the relationship is structured.Aditi Phadnis reports.   Few offer their resignation when......

New power tariff guidelines to dent earnings

The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission, country’s power sector regulator, on Monday announced the final five-year tariff guidelines for companies, squeezing regulated returns, cutting......

When movie theatres no longer exist...

Aseem Chhabra imagines a time, 20 years from now, when movie-watching in theatres will be long gone, thanks to the coronavirus, and pens a letter to his grandchild, explaining the magic of the......

Goodbye Regal. Thank you for the memories

'I know all good things have to end someday. But memories, especially film memories are special,' says Aseem Chhabra. In 1971, director Samir Ganguly's Sharmeelee opened in theatres across India.......

Old theatres make way to grand multiplexes

It's probably a little late to be talking about the death of single-screen theatres. Multiplexes have become so ubiquitous these days that we forget that it was only a decade ago that standalone......

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