• Women power lifts IPL

    As women flock to the stands and take prominent positions in commentary boxes and boardrooms, cricket's richest Twenty20 league is no longer solely a man's world.

  • A rare off day for Fizz

    It was one of those rare off days for Mustafizur Rahman and his team Sunrisers Hyderabad that suffered a punishing seven-wicket defeat against Delhi Daredevils at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium yesterday.

  • Manmohan, Sonia, Rahul briefly detained during protest

    Members of the Congress party, including Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi, party President Sonia Gandhi and former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, were briefly detained at a police station in Delhi for defying orders as they tried to march towards Parliament.

  • Dravid Jr. scores century for club team

    Ex- India batsman, The ‘Wall” Rahul Dravid's son Samit seems to be following in his father's footsteps. All of 10 years of age, Samit scored a century in an Under-14 club cricket match at the Loyola ground in Bangalore.

  • Biman's Delhi flight to resume next month

    Biman Bangladesh Airlines is going to resume its flight operations between Dhaka and Delhi in April to boost the bilateral relations and trade and commerce between the two countries.

  • Dhaka-Delhi Biman flight to resume in April

    The much expected Biman flight between Dhaka and Delhi route will resume in April, says civil aviation and tourism ministry.

  • Dhaka, Delhi discuss water, trade, security issues

    Foreign Ministers of Bangladesh and India discuss various issues of Bangladesh-India bilateral relations including water resources, trade and commerce, security and border management.

  • India 'sedition' students arrested

    Two Indian students accused of sedition for helping organise a protest at Delhi's prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), have handed themselves into police.

  • Water begins to return in Delhi

    Water supplies have been partially restored in the Indian capital, Delhi, after repairs began on a key canal which supplies much of the city.

  • Army takes control of Delhi water link

    India's army has taken control of a key canal that supplies water to Delhi, the capital's Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has said.

  • Delhi

    World's most polluted city, Delhi, plans new limits on car use

    The Delhi government plans another round of tough measures to restrict the use of private cars and clean up toxic air in the Indian metropolis, the world's most polluted city.

  • No bachelors, sex or alcohol: The travails of renting in Delhi

    Renting a flat in urban India is no easy task, specially for single women and men.

  • Biman plans to expand wings on int’l routes: Menon

    Biman Bangladesh Airlines has planned to expand its wings to China and Maldives apart from resuming its suspended routes to Delhi and Hong Kong in 2016.

  • Delhi anti-pollution car trial ends

    India's capital Delhi ends a two-week trial that imposed major restrictions on private cars to curb alarming levels of pollution.

  • The street children who run a newspaper

    A group of street children is bound by a shared passion to bring out Balaknama (Voice of Children), an eight-page quarterly newspaper which focuses on children living and working on the streets.

  • Cop killed, 2 hurt in Delhi court firing

    A policeman is killed, two others injured when unidentified gunmen open fire inside the Karkardooma Court premises in east Delhi, reports NDTV.

  • 10 killed as BSF plane crashes in Delhi

    Ten people are killed when a small aircraft of India’s Border Security Force (BSF) crashes in Delhi. The plane, a Super King aircraft, was flying to Ranchi, capital of eastern Indian state of Jharkhand. The technicians said to have lost contact with ground control before the crash.

  • Delhi teenage rapist set to be freed

    A legal challenge to stop the release of the teenage convict of the 2012 Delhi gang rape is unsuccessful.

  • Air India technician dies in accident

    An Air India technician was killed when the ground staff was sucked into an aircraft’s engine at Chhatrapati Shivaji domestic airport in Mumbai yesterday.

  • ICC World T20 venue allotment raises eyebrows

    The Indian cricket board's (BCCI) decision to award almost half of the ICC World T20 matches next year to only two venues -Dharamshala and Nagpur -has raised eyebrows.

  • Delhi bid to curb vehicle pollution

    Delhi local government says private vehicles with odd and even registration numbers will only be allowed to operate on alternate days to curb pollution.

  • Taj Mahal ‘not a Hindu temple’

    The government of India rejects claims by a group of lawyers that the Taj Mahal monument was a Hindu temple.

  • Indian women educate 'ignorant' minister

    A group of female students and women's activists in the Indian capital, Delhi, have come up with a unique response to minister Smriti Irani's declaration that women in India have complete freedom to decide what to wear or whom to meet. The BBC's Geeta Pandey in Delhi reports.

  • Delhi boy gets Rs 1.27cr offer from Google

    Delhi boy Chetan Kakkar has set a new record for international placement for Delhi Technological University (DTU) by grabbing an offer of $1,90,000 (Rs 1.27 crore approx) per annum from Google, reports The Times of India.

  • India beef film removed from festival

    A documentary on beef eating habits in India has been withdrawn from a Delhi film festival for "technical" reasons, its organisers have said.

  • Zuckerberg in India, visits Taj Mahal

    Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is in India to host the next Facebook Townhall Q&A session.

  • Delhi ‘beef raid’ causes outrage

    The canteen of a Delhi guesthouse belonging to the southern Indian state of Kerala was visited by police after a right-wing Hindu group complained it had beef on its menu.

  • Indian 'mystery woman': Family not mine

    A young deaf and mute Indian womanwho was stranded in Pakistan for a decade has returned home, but said the family she identified in photos was not hers.

  • India Uber driver guilty of rape

    An Indian court is found an Uber taxi driver guilty of raping a female passenger last year in Delhi.

  • India’s most polarizing animal

    This is not the first time the cow has become mixed up with politics. Conflicts over cow slaughter sparked religious riots in India.

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