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Despite SC stay demolition crew razes structures at Jahangirpuri

Bulldozers rolled into troubled Jahangirpuri on Wednesday morning and tore down several concrete and temporary structures close to a mosque as part of an anti-encroachment drive by the Bharatiya......

Jahangirpuri demolition: Many lose means of livelihood

Malika Bibi's hopes to secure a better future for her children shattered when her fruits and vegetables shop, the sole source of her income, was razed by civic authorities at violence-hit......

Public parks, gardens to open in Delhi from Monday

The Delhi government has allowed reopening of bars, public parks and gardens from Monday under a phased easing of restrictions imposed due to the second Covid wave. The Delhi Disaster Management......

15 more detained in connection with R Day violence in Delhi

The Delhi Police on Thursday detained 15 more people for their suspected involvement in the violence during the farmers' tractor parade in the national capital on January 26, officials said.  ......

'No objection to constructing 10 Parliaments'

'But you cannot encroach upon the spaces that belong to the public.''For this new Parliament building, we envisage a minimum of 400 trucks, the huge long trailer trucks will be coming in day in and......

Cut the red tape and let private sector manage surplus govt land

Maybe Modi could ask a patriarch of the stature of the late G D Birla to flesh out the details of a new company to manage government land privatisation. Of all the parts of the divestment......

Is the largest biometric database in the world also its leakiest?

The need of the hour, as the Supreme Court readies to rule on the constitutionality of Aadhaar, is for the UIDAI to fix the bugs, says Geetanjali Krishna, in the second and final part of her......

Why some things work in India, and some don't

'The two-word answer is: Proper oversight,' says T N Ninan.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com The India of the 1980s and 1990s had many dreams: Private TV by satellite or cable, instead of......

The big flaws in allocating land for a Reliance mall in Delhi

Delhi Development Authority's land deal to Reliance Industries throws up larger issues of governance, says Laveesh Bhandari. Based on a PIL filed by The Citizens Alliance, a Delhi-based......

India to soon ratify WTO trade pact

  India has completed most of the consultation process related with the World Trade Organization's trade facilitation agreement and the government is expected to ratify it at the......

Review: Shubh Mangal Saavdhan is a winner all the way!

'With its fine zingers and feisty acknowledgement, Shubh Mangal Saavdhan does more for sex, both noun and verb, than any Hindi film can claim to in a long, long time,' notes Sukanya Verma. Is it......

Review: What keeps Fan going is SRK's star power!

Solely as a script, Fan is an underwritten, messy construction of unrealistic proportions. But when viewed as a jugalbandi between Shah Rukh Khan and Shah Rukh Khan, the experience is unique and......

Buzz: Dhawan to lead Delhi in Syed Mushtaq Ali trophy

IMAGE: Shikhar Dhawan. Photograph: BCCI Senior India opener Shikhar Dhawan will lead a 20-member Delhi squad at the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy National T20 Championships, which will kick off the......

Green Tribunal refuses to order demolition of Siri Fort Sports Complex

IMAGE: A general view of a squash stadium inside the Siri Fort Sports Complex in Delhi, one of the venues for the 2010 Commonwealth Games. Adnan Abidi/Reuters The National Green Tribunal has......

Air India almost stopped Sumit Nagal from flying to Wimbledon!

'Even if we ate our chappatis with pickle, we ensured proper food for Sumit.' Wimbledon boys' doubles champion Sumit Nagal's father tells Manu Shankar/Rediff.com about his son's tough rise, Mahesh......

Confident Sindhu says ready for Saina challenge in IBL

Confident after winning a bronze medal at the World Badminton Championships, fast rising shuttler P V Sindhu says she is ready to take on her celebrated compatriot Saina Nehwal at the inaugural......

Saina preparing hard for tough test at India Open

Olympic bronze medallist Saina Nehwal says the draw at the upcoming India Open badminton tournament is tough and progressing in the competition will not be a cakewalk. Stating that her first-round......
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