- Class I student develops Covid symptoms in Delhi; school switches to online classes
A private school in north Delhi decided to switch to online classes after a Class I student developed mild Covid-like symptoms following which all students and parents were advised to take precautionary measures, the school administration said on Sunday.
- Equity M - cap lowest in 7 months in February; top - 10 companies lose over Rs 3.3 lakh - crore last week
Equity market capitalisation dropped to a seven-month low in February, with the top-10 companies losing a whopping Rs 3,33,307.62 crore in market valuation last week.
- Ashneer Grover loses arbitration against governance review at BharatPe
BharatPe co-founder and managing director Ashneer Grover has lost an arbitration that he had filed against the company&rsquo;s investigation against him, with an emergency arbitrator holding that there was no ground to stop governance review at the fintech firm, sources said.
- 3 more held in Karnal for making passports on fake papers
3 more held in Karnal for making passports on fake papers
- Capital?s rape graph keeps rising, most victims targets of men known to them
Delhi witnessed a heart-wrenching incident on October 19, 2021 when a 22-year-old woman was stabbed seven times by a man just near her house, raising questions over the safety of the women in the national capital.
- 90% adolescents in 15 - 18 age group administered first dose of COVID - 19 vaccine in Delhi
Ninety per cent of adolescents in the age group of 15 to 18 years in the National Capital have been administered the first dose of vaccine against COVID-19 since the launch of the drive on January 3, according to official data.
- Chintels collapse: All Gurugram high - rises to undergo quake safety audit
Chintels collapse: All Gurugram high - rises to undergo quake safety audit
- A first - of - its - kind rural library
Deepshikha Deshmukh, a producer, entrepreneur, and mother, has launched a first-of-its-kind initiative called &#39;Read Latur,&#39; which she describes as "a small effort to set up libraries across the rural schools of the region and instil reading, not just textual but of fables, stories, and tales that he
- The Queen of Indian Pop
FOR an entire generation of music lovers, Usha Uthup, with her legendary bindi and silk sarees, was the first gust of pop music, that too in their own language. &lsquo;Hare Rama Hare Krishna&rsquo; (1
- 250 Indian students arrive in Delhi from Romania under 'Operation Ganga'
Amid the ongoing war between Russia-Ukraine, the Air India (AI)-192 special flight service successfully airlifted 250 Indian students from Bucharest, Romania, under &#39;Operation Ganga&#39; in New Delhi&#39;s Indira Gandhi International airport at 3 a.m on Sunday.
- India records 10,273 new Covid infections; active cases dip to 1,11,472
With 10,273 people testing positive for coronavirus in a day, India&rsquo;s total tally of COVID-19 cases rose to 4,29,16,117, while the active cases dipped to 1,11,472, according to the Union Health Ministry data updated on Sunday.
- Mission airlift: Second Air India flight with 250 nationals from Ukraine lands in Delhi
Air India&#39;s second evacuation flight from Romanian capital Bucharest carrying 250 Indian nationals who were stranded in Ukraine landed at the Delhi airport in the early hours of Sunday, government officials said.
- Turban row: SGPC team to meet Karnataka CM
The SGPC has sought an appointment with Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai after a Mangalore-based private school refused admission to a six-year-old Sikh child.
- Vehicle - tracking system installed in PRTC buses
To prevent fuel theft in buses, Pepsu Road Transport Corporation (PRTC) has installed vehicle tracking system (VTS) in all its buses. The new system would track bus routes and thereby any diversion from stipulated route to facilitate the pilferage of oil would set an alarm bell ringing to the contro
- SC: Grievance redressal linked to recruitment can?t go on indefinitely
Noting that a candidate can&rsquo;t be permitted to approach any forum for the redressal of his grievance at any stage of time during a recruitment process, the Supreme Court has said it can&rsquo;t go on indefinitely.
- ?Talks only way out?, India abstains on UN resolution; Ukraine Prez dials Modi
India abstained from voting at the UN Security Council on a US-led resolution criticising Russia while Moscow resumed its offensive from all directions after a pause on Friday.
- British native held for fraud in Mohali
Mohali: The police on Saturday arrested a British national, Avtarjeet Singh Dhanjal, in a fraud case related to the sale of a house in Phase 3B1 here, from the New Delhi international airport. The police said a lookout circular was already issued against the suspect. A case against him and others wa
- Our house in Daska
I HAD just turned 16 on August 3, 1947, when talk of Partition had begun in hush-hush tones. Until that August, life in Daska city of Sialkot district was perfect. I was born and brought up there. We lived a comfortable life in a two-storey house that my grandfather had built. My father, Mistri Lach
- Update data, Chief Secretary tells officials
To ensure immediate help to distressed families, Chief Secretary Anirudh Tewari on Saturday reviewed the status of calls received at the state government&rsquo;s dedicated 24x7 control room, set up yesterday to assist people from Punjab stranded in war-torn Ukraine.
- Rajya Sabha Seat: Chandigarh MC to take a call tomorrow
The UT may have its own Rajya Sabha seat. The MC House will submit its opinion about the proposed Bill to the Administration at its meeting scheduled for Monday.
- Katrina Kaif posts a casual picture of her in Delhi's winter sun
Katrina Kaif posts a casual picture of her in Delhi's winter sun
- Amritsar - bound Vistara plane makes emergency landing at Delhi airport; DGCA probing incident
Amritsar - bound Vistara plane makes emergency landing at Delhi airport; DGCA probing incident