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Delhi At Risk Of Flood As Yamuna Water Level Crosses Danger Level
By Paul Linus On Saturday, July 28th, 2018
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Delhi At Risk Of Flood As Yamuna Water Level Crosses Danger Level

Water level of Yamuna in Delhi region has crossed the danger mark and an alert by the state government has been issue of flood. According to Irrigation and Flood Control department of Delhi government people residing More...

Amit Shah Warns BJP Workers To Avoid Posting False Items On Twitter, Facebook
By Paul Linus On Thursday, June 21st, 2018
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Amit Shah Warns BJP Workers To Avoid Posting False Items On Twitter, Facebook

Bharatiya Janata Party chief Amit Shah has warned workers and supporters of his party in Delhi to avoid posting or commenting fake items online so that people don’t lose trust in them. Shah added while addressing More...

Tourism in the Capital of India - Delhi
By Paul Linus On Friday, June 8th, 2018
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Tourism in the Capital of India – Delhi

From the huge variety of Delhi’s markets to interesting historical and religious sites, this city has much to offer. For those with only a few days in Delhi, these are some sites that should not be missed. Swaminarayan More...

Jessica Lall Murder Case- Sister Sabrina Not To Object Early Release Of Manu Sharma
By Paul Linus On Sunday, April 22nd, 2018
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Jessica Lall Murder Case: Sister Sabrina Not To Object Early Release Of Manu Sharma

Jessica Lall’s sister Sabrina Lall has overcome all the angers in the period of past two decades and don’t want to object the release of Manu Sharma. Jessica’s killer Manu, also called as Siddhartha More...

Petrol, Diesel Prices At Record High Since September 2013
By Paul Linus On Friday, April 20th, 2018
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Petrol, Diesel Prices At Record High Since September 2013

Petroleum products are at record high prices since September 2013 and consumers have started feeling the pinch. In Mumbai a litre of petrol has reached Rs. 81.93 and diesel at Rs 69.54. In September 2013 the price More...

Fire Breaks at Refugees Camp of Rohingya Muslims in Delhi; No Casualty
By Paul Linus On Sunday, April 15th, 2018
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Fire Breaks at Refugees Camp of Rohingya Muslims in Delhi; No Casualty

In the wee hours of Sunday fire broke at the Rohingya camp near Kalindi Kunj metro railway station in Indian capital city New Delhi. The refugees have been shifted to the nearby ground. Clothes, food and other needs More...

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By Paul Linus On Friday, April 6th, 2018
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Do You Know the Things You Can Do with a Powerful Broadband Connection?

Just signed up for the best Wi-Fi connection in Delhi with any of the top players like ACT Fibernet? Now it’s time to make the most of the speedy connection by doing things you always dreamt of. A powerful broadband More...

Supreme Court Asks EPCA To Come With Long Term Plan For Air Pollution Issue
By Paul Linus On Monday, November 13th, 2017
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Supreme Court Asks EPCA To Come With Long Term Plan For Air Pollution Issue

A comprehensive plan with long term measures is required for Delhi-NCR to deal with severe air pollution, said a Supreme Court bench comprising Justices M B Lokur and Deepak Gupta on Monday. Responding to the recent More...

Indian Railways To Introduce Faster Rajdhani Train On Delhi-Mumbai Route
By Paul Linus On Friday, October 13th, 2017
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Indian Railways To Introduce Faster Rajdhani Train On Delhi-Mumbai Route

The Ministry of Railways announced today to run a faster Delhi-Mumbai Special Rajdhani Express between the two metros from October 16. The service will be thrice a week and presently is to be in an experimental More...

McDonald's Shuts Fourth Outlet In Delhi, Food Lovers Disappointed
By Paul Linus On Thursday, June 29th, 2017
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McDonald’s Shuts Fourth Outlet In Delhi, Food Lovers Disappointed

McDonald is shutting down its outlets in Delhi and this has baffled Delhites. The fourth store closed on Thursday, leaving Connaught Place with just one functioning in block N-10. There are 55 McDonalds outlets More...