Trying to click photos on a railway track proved fatal for two Class X students, who were hit by a train in east Delhi’s Mayur Vihar. Police said seven boys had gone to the railway track to click selfies and photos of each other while returning home from tuition classes, at 4.30 pm Saturday. The incident took place at the northern railway line which connects New Delhi railway station with Anand Vihar railway station. The boys who died, Yash Kumar and Shubhma Saini, were students of Aster Public School and took math and science tuition in Shashi Garden.
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He and his accomplice who were then arrested on charges of attacking a man in Shahdara area in Delhi.
New Delhi : A shining navy blue jacket worn by a road rage accused led police to him and his accomplice who were then arrested on charges of attacking a man in Shahdara area.
Others who were present in the building escaped unhurt, but the couple was killed in the wall collapse, police said.
New Delhi : An elderly couple was killed when the wall of a 100-year-old building collapsed early this morning in Chandni Mahal area, police said.
[India], Jan. 17(ANI): The Delhi High Court will on Tuesday hear an urgent plea seeking a status report from the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) following a Border Security Force(BSF) soldier’s allegation that troopers posted along the Line of Control (LoC) were being served poor quality food.
Taapsee Pannu’s restrained performance in Pink went completely unawarded this year.
Every year, there is an instance of an actor’s performance being sidelined, and hence omitted from the award lists. Taapsee Pannu’s restrained performance in Pink went completely unawarded this year. Commenting on the omission, Tapsee says, "My performance in Pink has gone unrecognised by all the awards functions this year. So let’s not point fingers at any one awards organiser. I am used to being ignored at awards. My aim is to become a favourite among the audiences. Awards are not as important as audiences’ approval of the work I’m doing."
Move to expedite development work, streamline activities.
New Delhi: In a bid to expedite the development works and to streamline the inter-departmental activities, the Delhi government has delegated financial powers to the principal secretaries of the respective departments for incurring expenditure on hiring of services.
Danseuse Anupama Kylash takes you through the Devadasi dance form – Meyzuvani.
One thing that most of the Indian classical dance forms have in common is that they require a lot of movement. But, the Meyzuvani, a presentation in the Vilasini Natyam style of dance, is different, because a major part of the dance involves sitting and emoting only through the face and upper body.
Artist Anuradha Thakur’s art show – Innate Folklore – will transport you to some of the most interior parts of India.
She has worked with some of the most shy tribes in the country, has walked through dense forests to get to these areas and at one point, even found guns pointing at her, but none of these experiences scared her. In fact, artist Anuradha Thakur is all for the adventure that she undertakes for her art. In the city for her show – Innate Folklore – Thakur talks about her work with the tribals of India.
In order to promote skill-based education, Delhi government is in process of opening new vocational training centres and strengthening the existing ones, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said in New Delhi on Monday. Sisodia, who is also the Education Minister, made the remarks during a meeting with a visiting delegation from Australia and senior officials of the Department of Education who discussed setting up of training institutes to enhance the training of educators and improve vocational courses and skill development programmes in the national capital.
Suspended IAS officer and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s ex-principal secretary Rajendra Kumar today blamed former Lt Governor Najeeb Jung for his arrest by the CBI in a graft case claiming it was part of efforts to "educate" him. In a blog post, he also alleged that Jung had put pressure on him to frame a "vice-chancellor" of a Delhi government-run university but no case could be made out against the functionary.