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Capital climbs up on the Swacchh Surveksha ladder - Times of India

24Jun2018
Times of IndiaCapital climbs up on the Swacchh Surveksha ladderTimes of IndiaNEW DELHI: Barring the exception of East Delhi Municipal Corporation, all the urban local bodies in the capital have fared better in the Swacchh Survekshan, or the central survey of public cleanliness. New Delhi Municipal Council has provided the 43 sq ...Swachh ranking: New Delhi Municipal Council at 4th; SDMC improves to 32Financial Expressall 8 news articles »
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Fewer options left at top DU colleges - Times of India

24Jun2018
Hindustan TimesFewer options left at top DU collegesTimes of IndiaNew Delhi: Most of the popular courses will not be offered in the second phase of admissions in the top colleges of Delhi University because the available seats have been filled despite the first cutoff norm for these being higher than in the previous ...25% seats filled in Delhi University colleges, all eyes on second cut-off listHindustan TimesOver 15000 Admissions After Delhi University's First Cut-off ListNews18all 18 news articles »
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Centre, AAP engage in blame game over felling of trees as Delhi residents launch campaign to oppose move - Firstpost

23Jun2018
FirstpostCentre, AAP engage in blame game over felling of trees as Delhi residents launch campaign to oppose moveFirstpostNew Delhi: The issue of cutting of trees for the redevelopment of seven south Delhi colonies triggered a blame game on Friday with Union minister Harsh Vardhan claiming that the AAP government was responsible for granting the permission to fell trees ...Centre, AAP pass the buck over tree felling in DelhiThe Indian Express'Chipko' movement in Delhi to save over 16000 treesBusiness StandardNo interim order by HC against felling trees for south Delhi re-developmentMoneycontrol.comIndia Todayall 137 news articles »
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Master Plan amendments: Old Delhi markets neglected, says CTI - The Hindu

23Jun2018
Times of IndiaMaster Plan amendments: Old Delhi markets neglected, says CTIThe HinduAlleging that markets situated in the old Delhi area had been overlooked in relation to amendments to the Master Plan for Delhi-2021, the Chamber of Trade and Industry (CTI) on Saturday made fresh demands including the de-sealing of thousands of shops ...Relief for traders as Centre clears master plan changesTimes of Indiaall 19 news articles »
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Delhi: 1 Killed, 5 Injured As Wall Collapses In Greater Kailash - NDTV

23Jun2018
NDTVDelhi: 1 Killed, 5 Injured As Wall Collapses In Greater KailashNDTVA wall of an under-construction building collapsed in South Delhi's Greater Kailash area, killing one person and injuring five others.One dead, 5 injured as wall collapses in South Delhi's GK-IIDaily Pioneer6 injured as wall of under-construction building collapses in DelhiThe TribuneLabourer killed, 5 others injured in wall collapse in DelhiBusiness Standardall 22 news articles »
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Delhi: Bahadurgarh-Mundka Metro's Green line to begin operations from today - Daily News & Analysis

24Jun2018
Daily News & AnalysisDelhi: Bahadurgarh-Mundka Metro's Green line to begin operations from todayDaily News & AnalysisThe satellite town of Haryana will be connected with Delhi from Sunday as the Bahadurgarh-Mundka corridor of Metro's Green Line starts its commercial operations from 4 pm. This will be the third line connecting the neighbouring state of Haryana with ...Mundka-Bahadurgarh Metro corridor to go live todayTimes of IndiaDelhi Metro's Mundka-Bahadurgarh corridor to open for public on June 24, PM Modi likely to inaugurateMoneycontrol.comDelhi Metro's 11-Km-Long Mundka-Bahadurgarh Corridor To Open TomorrowNDTVFirstpost -Zee News -National Heraldall 49 news articles »
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Temperature in Delhi shoots to 44.8 degrees Celsius - Economic Times

23Jun2018
Economic TimesTemperature in Delhi shoots to 44.8 degrees CelsiusEconomic TimesNEW DELHI: It was a very hot day in the national capital with the mercury soaring to 44.8 degrees Celsius in parts of the city. The Safdarjung observatory, recording of which is considered official for the city, registered a maximum temperature of 42.5 ...Delhi sweats again, respite likely on MondayTimes of IndiaDelhi: National capital sweats again on Saturday, respite likely on MondayIndia TVSunny Saturday morning in Delhi, rains likely in eveningHindustan Timesall 37 news articles »
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Delhi agrees to Ayushman Bharat, to sign MoU soon - Economic Times

23Jun2018
Economic TimesDelhi agrees to Ayushman Bharat, to sign MoU soonEconomic TimesThe Delhi government has decided to participate in the Centre's health insurance scheme, Ayushman Bharat-National Health Protection Mission (AB-NHPM), and is likely to sign an agreement to this effect next week. The decision follows months of ...and more »
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Delhi government forms committee for wi-fi project - Economic Times

23Jun2018
Economic TimesDelhi government forms committee for wi-fi projectEconomic Times"Keeping in view of specialised nature of the wi-fi project which requires the inputs of various stakeholders from the field, the PWD constituted a Specification Committee for the wi-fi project in Delhi," said a Delhi government order issued earlier ...and more »
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Army major's wife found murdered near Delhi Cantonment metro station - Hindustan Times

23Jun2018
Hindustan TimesArmy major's wife found murdered near Delhi Cantonment metro stationHindustan TimesThe 35-year-old wife of an Indian Army major was murdered near the Delhi Cantonment metro station in west Delhi on Saturday afternoon, the police said. Investigators have “strong clues” about who killed the woman, identified as Shailaja Dwivedi, said ...Body of Army major's wife found with throat slit in New Delhi's Brar square areaFirstpostBody of Army major's wife found in Delhi Cantt areaTimes of IndiaThrown out of vehicle with throat slit, Army major's wife found killed near Delhi CanttThe Indian ExpressNDTV -India Today -India.com Newsall 50 news articles »
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