Delhi: Now, everyone wants a CNG car

The Times of India 07.06.2008

NEW DELHI: The recent increase in fuel prices has led to an unprecedented spurt in demand for CNG conversion kits. Manufacturers and retailers in the city say that in the last two days — after the hike in petrol and diesel prices was announced — t...

Gurjjars put Rs 5 crore on Raje’s head

MVRao Indian Express 06.06.2008
Gurjjars put Rs 5 crore on Raje’s head

In the Gurjjar stronghold of Sarsawa in Uttar Pradesh’s Saharanpur district, Akhil Bharatiya Gurjjar Mahasabha president Chaudhary Virendra Singh has put Rs 5 crore reward on Vasundhara Raje’s head. “The Rajasthan CM is a murderer, responsible for...

Aarushi killed first, Hemraj later: CBI

Pervez Iqbal Siddiqui TNN 06.06.2008
Aarushi killed first, Hemraj later: CBI

The CBI team probing the Aarushi-Hemraj murder case is believed to have established that it was Aarushi who was murdered first and then Hemraj and not vice-versa as was being assumed by the investigators till now.

Delhi govt cuts LPG hike to Rs 10

Sanjay Dutta TNN 06.06.2008
Delhi govt cuts LPG hike to Rs 10

The business of competitive politics is again proving beneficial for people. A day after the oil ministry effected the steepest increase ever in prices of motor fuels and cooking gas, the two main national parties, Congress and BJP, on Thursday we...

Delhi cares most for its elders

Deeksha Chopra TNN 05.06.2008
Delhi cares most for its elders

Though notorious for its increasing cases of violence against the elderly, Delhi has surprisingly emerged as the most ‘caring’ of the four metros. In a study conducted by TNS India, in association with HelpAge India, 86% of the respondents in the ...

Fake friendship club busted

A fake friendship club that had duped over 1,000 people, was busted with the arrest of its mastermind in Karol Bagh in central Delhi.

Delhi cops caught drinking with 'killer'

Medha Chaturvedi Times of India 05.06.2008
Delhi cops caught drinking with 'killer'

The image of the Delhi Police took another hit when three of its cops were allegedly found drinking with a murder accused inside a shop owned by him. The accused, a property dealer who allegedly shot dead another dealer last Friday, was supposed t...

CBI banks on forensic tests in Aarushi case

Dr Rajesh Talwar — in CBI custody over the murder of his daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj — was subjected to a lie detector test on Wednesday.

Gujjars block rail traffic in Rajasthan

Gujjar protesters blocked rail traffic by squatting on tracks in violence-hit Dausa.

Quota ball back in Raje court

Nagendar Sharma Hindustan Times 03.06.2008
Quota ball back in Raje court

The Centre on Monday refused to bail out the Vasundhara Raje government in Rajasthan from the Gujjar quota issue, with the Union Law Ministry saying it was for the state to decide whether it wanted to provide reservation to a community or not.

UP Police treated Rajesh Talwar very badly: Lawyer

The lawyer of Rajesh Talwar, accused of murdering his daughter Aarushi and the family's domestic help Hemraj, has alleged that the dentist was treated "very badly" by the Noida police.

1 killed, 3 injured in mishap at IGI airport

The accident took place when a bus carrying the crew members hit the passengers after the driver lost control of the vehicle, airport sources said.

Dalai Lama says its time for the world to address the root causes of terrorism

The Dalai Lama said Sunday that the international community needs to deal with the root causes of terrorism and it was wrong to brand all Muslims as militants. "Every action comes from some motivation.

Two journalism students killed in rail accident

Two students of journalism were killed in a train accident on the outskirts of the capital, the police said Sunday.

What rubbish, it's money down the drain!

Rubbish is not rubbish, it's just money being thrown away, says Colin Drummond, an entrepreneur from Britain who made his millions managing waste and generating electricity out of it.

India pulls down global wheat prices

Jatin Gandhi HT 02.06.2008
India pulls down global wheat prices

India’s massive procurement of wheat this year may not have reduced prices of wheat or atta (whole wheat flour) in the domestic market, but it has had another impact: with India declaring it is not going to import wheat, international prices have ...

CBI takes over probe into Aarushi murder, 3 senior police officials shifted

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) began its probe into the Noida double murders on Sunday by questioning Aarushi Talwar’s mother.

HC refuses to interfere in Delhi Metro's elevated project

New Delhi (PTI): The Delhi High Court on Friday dismissed a petition seeking to scrap the metro's elevated corridor project in south Delhi on the ground that it would cause noise pollution in residential areas.

NCR gangster killed in encounter

Hardcore criminal of the NCR region Jatan Sirohi was killed in a police encounter that ensued after criminals made an attempt to get him released while he was being taken to Bulandshahar jail.

Dikshit says Delhi ready to take its place on world stage

Declaring that resources are not a constraint for Delhi government, Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit today said the national capital was ready to take its place on the world stage with improved quality of life and better infrastructure. The governmen...

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