NEW DELHI: Aam Aadmi party (AAP) has once again raised the issue of EVM machines and asked Election commission to conduct Delhi MCD polls through ballot papers.
Daily Archive: April 5, 2017
NEW DELHI: The domain name ‘Googlee’ has gone to search engine major Google as the Delhi High Court held that it was registered in bad faith, and not a coincidence, by an entity.
NEW DELHI: A Delhi court expressed unhappiness over an "unsatisfactory" report of the Anti-Corruption Branch on threat perception to the complainants in the alleged PWD scam in which a criminal plea has been filed against Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his relative.
New Delhi, April 5 (IANS) A minor fire broke out in Rail Bhawan, the headquarters of the Indian Railways, here on late Wednesday evening. No one was injured, a fire service official said.
The BJP said that they will take up the issue with the Election Commission.
In a big setback for BJP, candidature of four of its nominees for MCD election has been rejected.
Virbhadra Singh moves Supreme Court against dismissal of plea in Delhi High Court indisproportionate assets case
Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh today moved the Supreme Court challenging the Delhi High Court verdict refusing to quash a disproportionate assets case against him, and accused the NDA government of "political vendetta". Singh, in his plea, sought immediate stay of the high court order and claimed that with the change in government at the Centre, the stand of the CBI has also altered.
New Delhi: Opposition Congress, SP and BSP today forced a brief adjournment of proceedings in Rajya Sabha over alleged tampering of electronic voting machines (EVM) to favour the ruling BJP.
The deceased, Ratan Singh, worked as tailor at the godown, where the mishap occurred reportedly due to a short circuit.
New Delhi : An 80-year-old man was killed in a fire that broke out at a tent godown in southeast Delhi’s Sunlight Colony this afternoon.
Rairangpur: After being tortured for around two years, a tribal minor girl of Mayurbhanj district was rescued by police from New Delhi today.
The Delhi High Court has refrained from passing any order on a plea by a US citizen seeking direction to the RBI to accept Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes, which were discontinued post demonetisation. Justice Hima Kohli did not examine the issue after the Centre informed it that the matter related to demonetisation is pending for consideration before the Supreme Court.