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दिल्ली। के ESI hospital में डॉक्टर की कथित लापरवाह ी से एक बच्ची की मौत

☎ दिल्ली। के ESI hospital में डॉक्टर की कथित लापरवाही से एक बच्ची की मौत के विरोध में ईएसआई कर्मचारी संघ का ITO पर ESI हेडकरट्वेर पर प्रदर्शन 10.30 बजे। संपर्क सौरभ 9015083372

Congress: Will ensure closure of landfills if voted to power

Delhi generates approximately 9,000 metric ton of waste daily.

New Delhi: The Congress will ensure closure of all the sanitary landfills across Delhi within a span of 2 years if elected to power in the upcoming civic polls, said former Union minister of environment and forests Jairam Ramesh on Sunday. He said such sites in the national capital are a "disgrace" for the incumbent government.

Vrooming to London

Starting today, a convoy of cars will embark upon an exciting journey, which will see 27 participants cross 18 countries.

While many like going on long drives, there are a few adventure-seeking folks, who are taking it to the next level. About 30 people from varied fields have got together for a cross-border expedition titled "Road to London" that begins today from Imphal. It will see them drive for 49 days and cross 18 countries to reach their final destination – London.

The spirit of the river book achieves the spirit of every individual.

Today in New Delhi, Bollywood eminent personality Anupam Kher released the book, The Spirit Of The River, written by Karina Arora.

The young author, Karina Arora, said that, it’s a book from my heart and it deals with the experiences of everyone’s life.

Talking about the book, eminent Bollywood actor, Anupam Kher said that, sometimes, you need to be told what you already know to get you through the dark patches. And sometimes no one around you can help. This book can.

The book, The spirit of the River, written by Karina Arora, waves around different shades of life in an justified manner.

MCD Elections 2017: Arvind Kejriwal confident of AAP’s thumping win, appeals people not to be swayed by Modi wave

New Delhi: Days after facing an embarrassing defeat in Rajouri Garden bye-election, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday appealed people not to be swayed by Modi wave in upcoming Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) elections. While talking exclusively to leading national channel CNN-News 18, Kejriwal intensifies his attack on Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and said that if people would vote for them in MCD elections, there will be garbage everywhere instead of developmental work.