27 Jan 2021
Over 150 cops injured as farmers' tractor rally turns violent
The rampage sparked by the tractor rally of farmers in Delhi on the 72nd Republic Day injured over 150 police officers, with two of them being admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at different facilities.
02 Jan 2021
All states to hold dry run for coronavirus vaccination today
A dry run for vaccination, before the actual doses of the coronavirus vaccine are administered to people, will be held in all states and union territories today.
29 Dec 2020
19-year-old kills grandmother after she refuses to give him money
A 19-year-old youth has been arrested by the Delhi Police for allegedly bludgeoning his 73-year-old grandmother to death after she refused to give him money for a New Year's party.
29 Sep 2020
In Delhi, mask-wearing rules flouted; over Rs. 1cr fine collected
Despite repeated statements from the government stressing on the importance of wearing masks, residents of Delhi seemingly don't care enough, data complied from last week shows.
22 Sep 2020
How were Delhi riots planned? Police explains alleged conspirators' role
In its charge-sheet related to Delhi riots, that broke out in February 2020, the Delhi Police claimed that seeds for the violence were sowed after the results of the 2019 general elections were declared and that the conspirators wanted to topple an elected government.
21 Jul 2020
Aggressive testing necessary, says Centre as India's COVID tally surges
The Union Health Ministry on Tuesday said that aggressive testing is required to reduce the COVID-19 positivity rate in India.
21 Jul 2020
COVID-19: With 1.1mn+ cases, India witnesses deadliest week so far
India witnessed its deadliest week of the COVID-19 outbreak so far last week through Sunday, during which 238,000 cases—21% of the country's total cases to date—were reported.
16 Apr 2020
All six metros of India deemed as coronavirus red zones
On Wednesday, the Centre identified 170 hotspot districts and the list covered all the six metros and almost all major cities.
03 Mar 2020
Delhi riots: 122 homes, 301 vehicles damaged, says interim report
With the dust on one of the worst communal clashes to hit Delhi settling, officials are assessing the damage and the details are staggering.
25 Feb 2020
Northeast Delhi burns: 7 killed, nearly 100 injured in clashes
For nearly 12 hours, Northeast Delhi witnessed high-scale violence on Monday, at a time when US President Donald Trump is in India with his family members and top officials of his administration.
06 Jan 2019
Delhi: 28-year-old Rohini businessman shot dead by rival gangmen
A 28-year-old businessman was allegedly fired upon by unidentified persons in Rohini's KN Katju area in Delhi.
30 Dec 2018
Delhi: Nepal Embassy, NGOs' help sought to find shelter-home inmates
Delhi Police has sought the assistance of the Nepal Embassy and the NGOs of Nepalese origin for investigation in the case of the disappearance of eight women and a minor from a Shahdara shelter home earlier this month.
19 Oct 2018
Fake call center duping Canadians busted by Noida Police
The Noida Police on Thursday said it had busted a fake call center operating from the city and arrested the mastermind for allegedly duping Canadians and other foreign nationals.
30 Jul 2018
Delhi: He shot her dead to prove gun was real
After being on the run for two days, a man who 'accidentally' shot a woman in Shahdara's Dilshad Garden was finally arrested on Friday.
27 Apr 2018
Delhi: Elevated road to be built over Shahdara drain
Ride between East Delhi and Noida is set to become smooth, as the decision to build an elevated road over Shahdara drain was approved by the Noida authority yesterday.
07 Oct 2017
Delhi: Four women, security-guard stabbed to death in Shahdara
In a shocking incident, an 82-year-old woman, her three daughters, and their security-guard have been stabbed to death at their residence in Shahdara's Mansarovar Park in East Delhi.
28 Jun 2017
Delhi agencies lack action plan to tackle monsoon mess
Delhiites are dreading monsoons due to the traffic jams and water logging that are caused by rain.
04 Feb 2017
'Discrepancies of Rs 27 crore n AAP's donation records': IT
IT department has found discrepancies in audit reports of AAP donations of up to Rs 27 crore.