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Preliminary report hints that Sonu may have suffered from cardiac arrest whereas his parents claimed their child was medically fit. (Photo: File)

Delhi: 17-year-old dies in school assembly

Preliminary report hints that Sonu may have suffered from cardiac arrest whereas his parents claimed their child was medically fit.

Anil Baijal

L-G approves redrawing of NDMC zonal boundaries

“We have cleared the file of zonal boundaries, which was sent to the L-G for his approval two days back,” Mr Jain said.

A file picture of Hotel Taj Palace.

NGT acts tough, top Delhi hotels fined

5-star hotels to pay Rs 7 lakh for not complying with waste rules.

According to the police, the boy's father had expressed suspicion that his son-in-law Lalit might have got to do something with the matter and thus, a case was registered at the Bhajanpura Police Station. (Photo: File/Representational)

In revenge, Delhi man kidnaps, kills 11-yr-old brother-in-law; arrested

The accused told police, he and his wife, the victim's sister, had a marital dispute after which she was not ready to return to him.

The official said that the accused then called her at his residence in South Delhi on the pretext of taking her to visit historical places.  (Representational image)

Chinese artist, 13, assaulted in capital

A senior police official said that the accused, Gurjeet Singh, had not only misbehaved with the victim but also thrashed her. 


File image of students checking the admission list.

JC Seats to be given on first-served basis

On the third day or the last day, it will be thrown open for the students below 60 percentage under all the category.

The experts feel that highways will bring more commuters to BEST and 10-seater buses will be appreciated for helping commuters reach home from the highway. (Representational image)

More buses should run on main highways: Experts

The suggestions were put forth to the BEST management and committee members in a meeting held at Electric House on Saturday afternoon.

A group of painters, commonly known as lekhani artists, paint the soulful eyes of Lord Ganesh idols at the Parel workshop every year. (Representational image)

Less takers for painting idol’s eye with care

Ganar, a senior lekhani artist at the Parel workshop, has been in this profession for the past 35 years.

This facility had always got a tepid response, but IRCTC has stopped the service because there is uncertainty over application of GST, an official said.

Flummoxed by GST, IRCTC stops mailing passes

At the same time, GST is being levied on First-Class passes issued at the counter or via the mobile application till a decision is made.


It has been developed by a Kolkata-based tech start-up"Park 24x7", founded by Avishek Tarafdar and Milind Shethia, engineering graduates

App by BTech students to help cars find parking spaces in Kolkata

The app gives real-time parking availability information, which helps drivers book a space to park their car.

Education Minister Partha Chatterjee

CM Mamata turns down Centre circular for second time

State education minister Partha Chatterjee informed that the Central government’s order was turned down.

The scholarships can range from a fee bursary to a 50 per cent scholarship of tuition fee for selected students. (Photo: Deccan Chronicle/Representational)

Australian Education Fair begins on Monday

The fair, spreading across 15 cities, will conclude in Coimbatore on September 1.

 Shankhadip Chatterjee, the accused, was caught on Friday night. (Photo:PTI)

West Bengal: Man held for driving his wife to suicide

Arpita, who was five months pregnant, was found hanging from the ceiling at her in-laws’ residence in Manicktala.

Preliminary investigation revealed that three of the dacoits had entered the house after breaking the door on the roof.

Bishnupur: Gang of robbers storm house, loot valuables

Before escaping, the gang members however freed one of the family members who later freed others.

In Other Cities

Mr Sawant and Dr Popale while addressing the media.

Swabhimani Shetakari Sanghatana expels Khot

As per the committee, Khot has not insisted on complete loan waiver for farmers or implementing the recommendations of the M.S. Swaminathan Committee.

The Forum for IT Employees (FITE) demanded that Gopalkrishna’s death be probed and compensation awarded for his family. (Representational Image)

IT engineer jumps to death in Pune

He had joined the company just three days ago and had worked for only 12 hours.

There has been a steep rise in the prices of onions and tomatoes. (Photo: Shripad Naik)

Onions now cost Rs 2100 a quintal, bring tears along

The highest rate of Rs 2,400 was seen in Chandwad while the average was Rs 2,100.

The Godavari, Nandini and Darna are heavily flooded.

Nashik rivers see severe flooding

The Devle Bridge over the Darna River in Igatpuri had to be shut as cracks began emerging.