Daily Archive: March 18, 2017

#Delhi CM #ArvindKejriwal to be the Chief Guest at DQ Conclave 2017

Dataquest has invited Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to grace the prestigious Digital Economy Conclave 2017. The Dataquest Digital Economy Conclave, also dubbed as DQ Conclave 2017 is being held on March 22 in New Delhi where influential players of the Indian IT industry and Government officials will come together. The conference is a dynamic platform to observe the fusion of DQ Top20 Awards, ICT Awards and Government-Tech Awards, all at one place. As the Chief Guest of the conference, Delhi CM will be addressing the audience on the stature of IT industry in India as well as the futuristic notions and developments.



Delhi BJP President Shri Manoj Tiwari today at a Press Conference announced that the Delhi BJP’s BOOTH KARYAKARTA SAMMELAN scheduled for tomorrow 19 March has been POSTPONED to Saturday 25 March due to sudden political developments in U.P.

No more deprivation points: JNU will lose its essence, say students

Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) is set to lose the most unique feature of its admission policy – the deprivation point model – with the Delhi High Court Thursday asking it to follow the 2016 University Grants Commission (UGC) guidelines "without any deviation". JNU’s "deprivation point model" facilitates entry of students, especially women, from backward regions. The UGC guidelines do not mention the model and have recommended giving 100% weightage to viva-voce marks and making the entrance test the sole qualifying criteria for MPhil/PhD admissions. As of now, JNU follows a 70:30 ratio for written test and viva marks.

Delhi street Dogs help police crack murder case

Delhi stray Dogs helped police solve the murder of a 30-year-old woman in just eight hours of the crime . A pack of dogs in South Delhi’s Sangam Vihar chased away a man who tried to dump his murdered wife’s body in the nearby forest area. Mohammed Anis, 36, doubted his wife Nargis, mother of three, to have had an extra-marital affair. In a fit of rage, Anis, stabbed and hit her head with a spade multiple times. Anish then planned to dump the body a few metres away from their house, but the stray dogs ran after him, forcing him to abandon her body.

Parents now key players in trafficking

Thanks to its floating population, Delhi a transit point for traffickers.

New Delhi: Contrary to the earlier trend where human traffickers used to target vulnerable families from Bihar and UP to traffic women and children to various states across the country, a Delhi-based NGO has found that a new trend has emerged wherein parents coordinate with traffickers and pay them money to send their children to work in brick kilns, embroidery units, and bangle making factories in Rajasthan and Bangalore.