India has a Firm Grip on Test Matches with West Indies
India reached a commanding 425 for 6 by lunchtime on Day 3 of the second Test on Monday, continuing to pile on the misery of West Indies. While Wriddhiman Saha was dismissed for 47 on the verge of lun
The First Indian and Tennis Player at the Olympics for the Seventh Time
Leander Paes had wanted a seventh appearance in the Olympics since a long time. He would be the first Indian and tennis player to do so. He has already achieved the no. 1 position in the world, comple
2 Lakh Students Continue To Study without Notebooks
Four months after the new academic session in municipal schools of the city started in April this year, around two lakh children studying in 388 schools under the East Delhi Municipal Corporation atte
New Rays of Hope for India at Rio
A number of people, who are not so popular amongst the masses of India, hold out hope for the country at Rio Olympics. All of them have qualified at the test event, and are training for the games, whi
Government Approved to New AIIMS in Bhatinda
On 27th July, govt. approved the setting up of a new AIIMS at Bhatinda in Punjab, saying this will provide super specialty healthcare to the people and create a large pool of doctors. The approval was
Dengue Fever Claims Lives Again, Number Likely to Rise in Upcoming Months
The registered cases in Delhi due to dengue fever has risen to a double of what it was around the same time, last year. By July 2015, 40 cases were registered whereas on July 23, 2016, 93 cases were r
Strikes, Vehicle Breakdowns, and Water-logging Hamper Capital’s Functioning
Light rain showers on Tuesday once again caused water logging and traffic jams across certain areas of the capital. The Delhi Traffic Police issued 73 Twitter and Facebook alerts throughout the day, w
Golf is Back in Olympics After 112 Years
Golf will be returning to the Olympics for the first time since 1904, when the United States and Canada were the only two competing countries. The sport has gone global in the last century, but clearl
A Day of Victory & Setback for India
Saturday, July 23 was a day when India witnessed both, victory & setback. On one hand, 18-year-old Neeraj Chopra shattered the Javelin Throw World Record, becoming the first Indian sportsperson in
NGT Order to Effect 70% Good Vehicles, 90% Chartered Buses and 900 Ambulances
The National Green Tribunal order to de-register diesel vehicles older than 10 years in Delhi and NCR can result in removal of 70% good carriers of the capital, 90% of the private chartered buses and
Lodha Panel Makes Key Recommendation to Make Cricketers Important Stakeholders
Cricketers will now be important stakeholders in the administration of the Indian Cricket Board, as per the recommendations made by the Lodha Committee. The Supreme Court has ordered to implement thes
Easy Access to Drugs in India’s Largest Wholesale Market
Azadpur Sabzi Mandi, India’s largest wholesale market doesn’t only deals with fruits & vegetables but also in drugs. It is one of the biggest hubs for drug wanderers as well as drug de
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