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Congress leaders keen to sit out Delhi polls
Pankaj Vohra | New Delhi

A large number of senior Congress leaders belonging to the national capital are reluctant to contest the forthcoming Delhi Assembly elections in February 2015 since they are convinced that the party h...

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Police yet to identify African students’ attackers

Delhi police is yet to identify and arrest any of the attackers involved in the beating up of three African students, who allegedly molested a girl. Sources said that the Delhi police could have had them in custody. But thanks to a shoddy probe the attackers were let off. The police neither scanned the CCTV footage nor recorded the African students

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Zac proposes MPs’ ‘Recall Referendum’

Zac Goldsmith has a simple concept, voters who are unhappy with their MP could sign a petition to call for a "Recall Referendum" to enable them to sack their MP; if they succeed, there is a byelection. Zac Goldsmith, Conservative MP for Richmond Park and North Kingston, and brother of Jemima Khan, is no stranger to confrontation or disagreement. M

Vatsala Shrangi | 22nd Nov

The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) is all set to begin work on the new education policy from next year onwards. The ministry is having ...

SUSENJIT GUHA | 22nd Nov

Khalid Mohammed, the suspected Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen terrorist, presently under the custody of the National Investigation Agency in Kolkata for his all...

‘Reports of Modi declining Xi invite wrong’
MADHAV NALAPAT | 22nd Nov

Senior officials are surprised at reports in both the Chinese as well as Indian media that Prime Minister Narendra Modi declined a personal invitation...

JOYEETA BASU | 22nd Nov

People's Conference leader Sajjad Gani Lone's recent meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi "has united" Omar Abdullah's National Conference and Me...

Rahul’s Bharat Yatra will start from PM’s seat
ABHINANDAN MISHRA | 22nd Nov

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi's "Bharat Yatra" to rejuvenate the Congress is likely to start from Sarnath in Varanasi, the Lok Sabha seat of Pr...

ABHIMANYU SINGH | 22nd Nov

A six-member delegation of the Anjuman-e-Haideri, a Delhi based Shia organisation, will visit Iraq soon to take stock of the situation and provide rel...

Pranab told daughter politics not a short-term option
ABHIMANYU SINGH | 22nd Nov

Sharmistha Mukherjee, the daughter of President Pranab Mukherjee, is hopeful of getting the ticket to contest the forthcoming Delhi Assembly elections...

IAS retires to fight election
NAVTAN KUMAR | 22nd Nov

Jyoti Bhramar Tubid, an IAS officer who could have become Jharkhand Chief Secretary, has left his job to contest the Assembly elections from Chaibasa,...

Jailed MPs may spell trouble for Bengal CM Mamata
SUSENJIT GUHA | 22nd Nov

Trinamool Congress' jailed MPs, Kunal Ghosh and Srinjoy Bose, may spell trouble for West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. Both have been arreste...

ABHINANDAN MISHRA | 22nd Nov

The BJP will make all of its 282 MPs campaign for the Delhi Assembly elections, which are likely to be held in the second week of February. All MPs wi...

Some BJP leaders keen on CM candidate to counter Kejriwal
NAVTAN KUMAR | 22nd Nov

Some Bharatiya Janata Party leaders are keen to have a Chief Ministerial candidate for Delhi to counter Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal. In the...

Arvind Chhabra | 22nd Nov

Jagatguru Rampal Ji Maharaj, the self-styled religious leader who was arrested on Wednesday after a deadly standoff with the police, has a long histor...

British School principal gets OBE
NAVTAN KUMAR | 22nd Nov

Delhi-based British School principal, Vanita Uppal has become the first serving Indian principal to receive the prestigious Order of the British Empir...

Sidhus feuding with Badals in Punjab
Arvind Chhabra | 22nd Nov

The wrangling between the Shiromani Akali Dal and the BJP in Punjab has turned into a bitter war of words between the Sidhus and the Badals. The fami...

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