The Shiromani Akali Dal had given a call to take out a march starting from Gurdwara Talab Ganj Sahib to Parliament House against the "anti-farmer" laws passed by the Centre
Traffic around Red Fort, from where Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation on Independence Day, will remain closed for general traffic from 4 am to 10 am
No respite for Delhi as moderate rains are expected to lash the city later in the day. The IMD has already issued a yellow and an orange alert for 1 and 2 August respectively.
Delhi Traffic Police revised maximum speed limits: Check the category wise maximum speed limits for motor and all types of vehicles
Farmers' protest: Delhi Police suggest alternative routes for traffic from Uttar Pradesh, Haryana as highways remain shut
The Ghazipur entry on NH24, and Chilla, Tikri, Jharoda, Singhu, Auchandi, Lampur, Piao Maniyari, and Mangesh borders are closed for traffic, the Delhi Traffic Police tweeted on Sunday
Farmers Protest Updates: Northern Railway says 2 trains cancelled, 5 short-terminated, 5 diverted in Punjab
Farmers Protest LIVE Updates: Meanwhile, traffic congestion was seen at the Delhi-Gurugram border as Delhi Police conducted the checking of vehicles, in view of farmers' 'Delhi Chalo' march protest
Delhi Traffic Police issues advisory ahead of Arvind Kejriwal's oath-taking; no commercial vehicles, buses allowed from Chatta Rail towards Delhi Gate Chowk
The restrictions will be in place in the Ramlila Maidan area from 8 am to 2 pm
JNU students on Monday took out a march from the university campus to the Rashtrapati Bhavan to seek the president's intervention in the hostel fee hike issue.
Trial of such cases should also be completed within six months, Union law and justice minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi stresses on role of effective policing in ensuring that women feel safe, secure
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday stressed on the role of effective policing in ensuring that women feel safe and secure
Unnao rape case Latest Updates: Uttar Pradesh govt announces Rs 25 lakh financial assistance, house for victim's family
Unnao rape case Latest Updates: The Uttar Pradesh government announced an ex gratia of Rs 25 lakh and a house for the family of Unnao rape victim. The government also assure that the trial will take place in a fast-track court.
President Ram Nath Kovind recommends revoking right to mercy petition for POSCO convicts on death row
Demonic attacks on women have shaken the conscience of the country, President Ram Nath Kovind said on Friday and advocated that those convicted under the POCSO Act should be deprived of their right to mercy petition
Hyderabad encounter reprehensible, but reaction to it brings to fore collective collapse of faith in India’s criminal justice system
We must be careful here. While taking a moral position on custodial killings, we should equally note the collective collapse of citizen’s faith in India’s criminal justice system and due process of law. What prompted such jubilation among public on the perpetrators getting killed without trial?
Day after being set on fire, Unnao rape survivor airlifted to Delhi's Safdarjung Hospital; critical and on ventilator, say doctors
'We have set up a dedicated ICU room for the patient. A team of doctors is consistently monitoring her health condition', Dr Sunil Gupta, Medical Superintendent at Safdarjung Hospital
Unnao rape survivor set ablaze by five accused reaches Delhi airport; police provide green corridor to Safdarjung Hospital
A rape survivor from Unnao, who was set ablaze, was airlifted to Delhi and admitted at the Centre-run Safdarjung Hospital on Thursday evening, officials said.
Daily Bulletin: India, Bangladesh set for pink-ball debut; in LS, Prakash Javadekar to speak about air pollution; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: India, Bangladesh set for pink-ball debut at Eden Gardens; HRD Ministry appointed panel to visit JNU on today for resolution of issues; and more
Shiv Sena slams Centre over 'inhuman lathi-charge' on JNU students in Saamana editorial, says govt shouldn't run amok
The Shiv Sena on Thursday targeted the Narendra Modi government over Delhi Police's 'inhuman' lathi-charge on JNU students, saying no government should run amok in this manner
JNU protests against hostel fee hike: University moves Delhi HC seeking contempt action against students, Delhi Police
The JNU claimed that the students had grossly violated the 9 August, 2017, order of the high court by holding a protest within 100 metres of the administrative block and affecting its day-to-day working, which has been disrupted since 28 October
JNU students protest over hostel fee hike: Delhi Police files FIR against protesters; security forces 'manhandled' women students, alleges JNUSU
The Delhi Police on Tuesday registered an FIR against the students of JNU in connection with a protest march from the University campus towards the Parliament on Monday
JNU students protest over hostel fee hike: Over 100 protesters detained, several injured in 'baton charge'; CPM, RJD leaders extend support
JNU students, who have been agitating since three weeks against a hike in hostel fees and a draft hostel manual which imposes dress codes and curfew timings, on Monday took out a protest march towards the Parliament, where the Winter Session commenced