New Delhi/Jewar/Lucknow: PM Modi on Thursday set the ball rolling for Delhi-NCR’s second international airport – at Jewar in Greater Noida – to be ready by October 2024 at a high-octane launch ceremony that also launched BJP’s election campaign in western UP.
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Sec'bad Club lacks fire safety
No Smoke, Fire Detectors, Sprinklers ■ Have All Permissions, Says Club
Residents move NGT over stone and mining units
Seek Stringent Action Against Polluting Units
NCBC opposes OBC tag for transgenders
An NCBC member said that caste is assigned by birth, and thus whoever is born in a community should be given reservation benefits in that community
Kolleru shrinks, 2k acres gobbled up this yr alone
Kolleru Wildlife Sanctuary (KWS) is facing large scale encroachment. In 2021-22 financial year alone, 2,029 acres got encroached, taking the total encroachments to 15,742 acres.
Gene mutations behind Indians' heart troubles
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E-classes for govt & small private schools now hang in the balance
While students of corporate or international schools are continuing education with online classes, those from government and private budget schools will have to study on their own for now.
72 More Test Positive At IIT-H In 5 Days
200 Covid Cases Reported On Campus From Jan 6 ■ More Than 600 Students Have Already Left Campus
Despite ban, cockfights held in over 1,000 arenas in AP
Police raided cockfights at various places in Andhra Pradesh and seized over 1,700 roosters,
Domestic Violence Plaints To NCW Rose 26% Last Year
In the second year of the pandemic, state-wise data shows that 51.3% of all the complaints across 24 categories are from Uttar Pradesh, followed by Delhi (10.8%) and Maharashtra (4.9%)
In One Year, 70% Of Adults Fully Vaxxed
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THE CAB RIDE
I sat in the cab on my way to the airport as the driver zoomed over Delhi’s wide roads. The sun was rising over the horizon as a new day dawned – quite literally, as election day approached the city of Delhi.
The Birds of Kanha
RAJESH MENON is a photographer from Delhi, who specializes in images from nature. Here he shares some of the beautiful birds of Kanha Shanti Vanam, the 1300 acre property outside Hyderabad, India, that is the international headquarters of the Heartfulness Institute. It is also a green sanctuary.
ANIRUDH DHANDA explores the way memories trigger heartfelt events and people from the past, and remind us of situations that evoke emotional responses. Is this what being human is all about?
El derecho a estar segura
Desde que un ataque horrendo conmocionara a India, las mujeres de ese país han demandado -y obtenido- más protección frente al acoso y el abuso en espacios públicos,
India Election Body Struggles With Scale Of Fake Information
When India’s Election Commission announced last month that its code of conduct would have to be followed by social media companies as well as political parties, some analysts scoffed, saying it lacked the capacity and speed required to check the spread of fake news ahead of a multi-phase general election that begins April 11.
India At A Crossroads
India is known as the land of contradictions, and recent events do little to undermine that reputation.
Building A Sporting Nation
Marathons are changing the shape of the nation. We ask the brains behind the Delhi and Mumbai Half Marathons, how exactly.
Shopkeepers fume over odd-even protocol, ask govt to focus on hawkers
THE decision on the opening of shops on an odd-even basis has drawn flak from shopkeepers in the national capital.
Covid wave ebbing in Delhi & Mumbai
THOUGH the ongoing third wave of Covid-19 continues to be building in the country, the curve in a few big cities may have started to bend.
Delhi's first e-bus flagged off, tickets on govt app
By April, 300 more such buses will run on Delhi roads, says Kejriwal