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Professor T.G. Sitharam

Currency ban: Long queues outside ATMs

The late evening announcement of banning the Rs 500/1000 notes created a logistical problem for Delhiites.

09 Nov 2016 5:21 AM

Currency ban: Long queues outside ATMs

The late evening announcement of banning the Rs 500/1000 notes created a logistical problem for Delhiites.

09 Nov 2016 3:03 AM

NGO calls for ‘partial’ prohibition to make Delhi safe

Keeping in mind the rising number of drunken driving cases, an NGO has come up with a rationing scheme that would curtail drinking and thus aid in changing the alarming statistics related to accidents

01 Nov 2016 1:16 AM

‘Mental instability’ clause often misused to get divorce

It is not peculiar for marital discords and divorce pleas to turn into bitter stories; mostly there is substantial character assassination involved and families leave no stone unturned to victimise th

17 Oct 2016 1:27 AM

Puja pandal creates awareness on mental health

In an attempt to create awareness on mental health issues, a five-day camp was set up in CR Park’s Durga Puja pandal.

11 Oct 2016 6:22 AM


No penalty without stating allegations: Delhi HC to SC/ST panel

The Delhi high court in its order has held that the National Commission for Scheduled Castes cannot entertain a complaint against disciplinary action taken by an employer against an employee belonging

09 Oct 2016 1:44 AM

New app to help domestic workers learn new skills

While there are apps out there for ordering food, meeting new people and booking a ride, a new app caters to a small fraction of the Indian population.

02 Oct 2016 1:35 AM

Thousands of Tibetans in Majnu Ka Tila feel rootless

Thousands of Tibetan refugees in Delhi’s New Aruna Nagar, popularly known as Majnu Ka Tila, feel generations to come will have no “mother land”.

27 Sep 2016 1:37 AM

Delhi HC clarifies on citizenship to Tibetans

In a landmark judgment, the Delhi high court has issued directions to the ministry of external affairs stating that every Tibetan born in India between 1950 and 1987 to be considered as citizens under

23 Sep 2016 1:30 AM

Rs 9,239 crore suit filed against Ola, Uber over surge pricing

Coming as a fresh trouble for app-based cab service operators in the national capital, a class action suit worth Rs 9,239 crore has been filed against both Ola and Uber.

22 Sep 2016 3:04 AM


Three publishers lose case against Delhi University photocopy shop

Stating that bulk photocopying is not an infringement of copyrights, the Delhi high court lifted the ban on a photocopy kiosk in Delhi University.

17 Sep 2016 1:54 AM

Suicide cases on rise, few to help them avoid step

NGO, which helps people in distress, receives around 7-10 calls a day.

14 Sep 2016 1:52 AM

‘DNA test cannot be made routine’

Th Delhi high court has observed that the DNA test cannot be ordered to gather evidence on behalf of a party who has made bald allegations of infidelity against their spouse.

30 Aug 2016 1:34 AM

NGO sets up makeshift clinic for mentally-ill

Patients queue up outside Aashray Adhikar Abhiyan's makeshift clinic in the Jama Masjid area.

28 Aug 2016 1:01 AM

Most Delhiites feel incest common

More than 89 per cent Delhiites feel incest and child sexual abuse are “common and part of everyday lives,” according to a survey by Rahi Foundation, a Delhi-based NGO working towards welfare of child

26 Aug 2016 1:21 AM


Shanti Sadan, a ray of hope for the terminally-ill

State-of-the-art medical facilities are available in the country ensure people lead a healthy life, but there is hardly any place that caters to patients battling terminal stage of cancer or HIV/AIDS

22 Aug 2016 12:51 AM

Girls being preferred over boys for adoption: Panel

There is a general perception that people prefer to adopt boys over girls. But the figures of the Central Adoption Resource Authority (Cara) tell a different story.

13 Aug 2016 1:21 AM

NGT has powers of civil court, violators can be jailed or fined

Amidst the important directions and orders given by the National Green Tribunal, it becomes imperative to understand the nuances of its functioning and powers.

23 Jul 2016 2:06 AM

Without loos, residents eat less to evade kidnap, rape

Hapless families living in the Shahbad Dairy area of outer Delhi have started to feed their children and women meagre dinners to avoid any chance of them leaving home late at night to relieve themselv

13 Jul 2016 1:58 AM

Female manual scavengers get a ride into a new world

Women take part in a self-defence training session at a camp set up by the National Safai Karamchari Finance and Development Corporation

04 Jul 2016 1:14 AM