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Devotees flock to Delhi's Bankhandi Mahadev Temple on 1st Monday of 'Sawan' month
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India Now Has The Third Highest Number Of COVID-19 Cases In The World
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CM Shivraj Chouhan wishes Ram Vilas Paswan on his birthday
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Delhi likely to receive heavy rain on July 7-8: IMD
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Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh, Harsh Vardhan visit DRDO-built COVID Hospital in Delhi
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PM Modi calls on President Kovind, briefs him on national, international issues
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G Kishan Reddy, CM Kejriwal visits DRDO-built COVID Hospital in Delhi
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Have experience of several months in handling COVID patients: ITBP DG SS Deswal
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Rain, thunderstorm bring respite for Delhiites
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Plasma donors in Delhi step up to help positive patients
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Delhi's Jama Masjid, Fatehpuri Mosque reopens for public
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Watch: Drunken cop driver runs car over woman in Delhi
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Asadha Poornima: India is proud of being 'land of origin of Dhamma', says President Kovind
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Fake salt manufacturing racket busted in Delhi
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Delhi will definitely receive rainfall on July 4: IMD scientist
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Kejriwal hands over Rs 1 crore compensation cheque to family of doctor who died of COVID
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Delhi reserves hospital beds for residents as virus cases surgeThe city of New Delhi on Sunday ordered many of its hospital beds to be reserved solely for residents of the Indian capital, as the number of COVID-19 infections continued to surge.
India heatwave: Delhi temperature hits 47C as north India reelsDelhi saw temperatures hit 47C, the highest in decades for this time of year.
Coronavirus: Can India replace China as world's factory?Delhi is keen to exploit any shift in global investment flows prompted by the coronavirus crisis.
India should talk to Taliban if Delhi feels it will bolster peace push: Pakistan's U.S. envoyIndia should speak with Taliban militants if it feels that it will help the peace process, Pakistan's envoy to Washington said on Saturday, after a series of attacks in Afghanistan raised questions..
India mounts huge airlift to return stranded citizens homeDoctors in hazmat suits ran temperature checks on passengers at Delhi airport and bags were disinfected as the first group of Indians returned home on special flights from Singapore and the Gulf on..
As Delhi families bury coronavirus victims, a gravedigger watches onBelonging to the third generation in a family of Indian cemetery workers, Mohammad Shameem had little other choice in life than to dig graves.
India's coronavirus infections jump past 50,000, fueled by Mumbai, DelhiCoronavirus cases in India rose past 50,000, the health ministry said on Thursday, with the pace of new infections showing no signs of abating despite a strict weeks-long lockdown in the world's..
India's Delhi imposes 70% 'corona tax' on alcohol to deter large crowdsOfficials in India's capital imposed a special tax of 70% on retail liquor purchases from Tuesday, to deter large gatherings at stores as authorities ease a six-week lockdown imposed to slow the spread..
India coronavirus: Delhi shuts some liquor shops due to crowdsStates have been pushing for liquor shops to reopen as excise duty on alcohol is a major source of income.
Coronavirus: Treating Delhi's dogs and cats in the pandemicJai Prakash, a veterinary worker, obtained a movement pass so he can continue to treat pets and strays.
Coronavirus: Smog pollution in Delhi vanishesThe Indian capital is one of the most polluted cities but in lockdown the skies are strikingly clear.
Fear, despair and rescue by police motorbike: Diary of British mother in India captures roller coaster of coronavirus travel lockdownSamantha Smith spent three weeks trapped in northern city of Rishikesh – before dramatic dash to one-off flight from Delhi
State minister says India set to extend nationwide lockdown to tackle coronavirusThe chief minister of Delhi state said on Saturday that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has decided to extend a nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus, but the federal government..
Coronavirus: India to extend nationwide lockdown, state minister saysDelhi's chief minister says Narendra Modi has agreed to extend the measure, due to end on Tuesday.
India decides to extend nationwide coronavirus lockdown - state chief ministerIndian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has decided to extend a nationwide lockdown to tackle the spread of the coronavirus, the Delhi state's chief minister said on Saturday, without saying how long the..
India considers narrowing lockdown to coronavirus hotspotsIndia is considering plans to seal off coronavirus hotspots in Delhi, Mumbai and parts of the south while easing curbs elsewhere as a way out of a three-week lockdown that has caused deep economic..
Infection rate steepens as India searches for 9,000 exposed to Delhi clusterIndia reported its biggest single day increase in coronavirus cases as officials on Thursday raced to track down some 9,000 people exposed to the country's biggest infection cluster during a Muslim..
'Some of us will die': India's homeless stranded by coronavirus lockdownIn a densely packed neighborhood of Delhi, hundreds of homeless people queued up this week as volunteers doled out rice and peas from a vat in the back of a van.
Racing to stop coronavirus, India scours mosques to trace contacts with Delhi gatheringAs coronavirus cases rose across densely-populated South Asia, authorities scoured mosques in northern India on Wednesday trying to trace people who attended the gathering of a Muslim group in New..
Prime Minister Modi tells Indians to save themselves from coronavirus as Delhi locks downStreets were deserted in the Indian capital on Monday and office buildings shuttered as a lockdown to halt the spread of the coronavirus began and Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged people to stay at..
Delhi Nirbhaya rape death penalty: How the case galvanised IndiaFour convicts in the Delhi bus rape case have been hanged, ending a seven-year legal battle.
India executes four men convicted in 2012 Delhi gang rape, murder caseIndia executed four men on Friday convicted for the gang rape and murder of a woman on a New Delhi bus in December 2012, in a case that shamed and outraged a nation with one of the world's worst..
Four men executed for Delhi bus rape and murderThe rape and murder of a student in Delhi made global headlines in 2012. Four men have been executed for the crime
In Indian capital, riots deepen a Hindu-Muslim divideFor years, Hindus and Muslims lived and worked peacefully together in Yamuna Vihar, a densely populated Delhi district.
Delhi riots: 'No-one who saw the photo thought I would survive'A photo of Mohammad Zubair being beaten by a Hindu mob became the defining image of riots in Delhi.
Delhi riots: The Sikh father and son who saved MuslimsMohinder and Inderjeet Singh risked their own lives to protect people they didn't even know.
India shuts Delhi schools, imposes new travel restrictions over coronavirusIndia shut all primary schools in the capital New Delhi until the end of March on Thursday and imposed new restrictions on travel from Italy and South Korea as part of efforts to fight the spread of..
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Delhi call-centre owner in custody after BBC exposéBBC Panorama broadcast footage from inside a scam call centre - now its owner is in police custody.
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Delhi riots: 'My brother died after police beating’Naeem says his brother died after he was beaten by Delhi police. Video of the incident went viral.
Delhi endures tense night amid false rumours of violencePolice put out statements calling for calm and saying WhatsApp reports of violence were not true.
Delhi riots: Muslim women recall horror of Molotov cocktails and arsonReligious violence in the Indian capital has left thousands staring at a bleak future.
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Indian police arrest over 500 for Delhi sectarian violenceIndian police have arrested 514 people for deadly Hindu-Muslim violence that broke out in the capital, the government said, as it faced mounting international criticism for failing to protect minority..
The 'hero cop' who braved a Delhi mob to save livesNeeraj Jadaun is being hailed as a hero after he braved rioting mobs to save families.
A Delhi neighborhood divided by a highway and now hatredThe Hindu area of Bhajanpura and Muslim quarter of Chand Bagh face each other across a wide thoroughfare running through the northeastern part of India's capital, New Delhi.
Delhi riots: Anger as judge critical of violence removedDelhi high court judge S Muralidhar castigated police over the violence which left more than 30 dead.
India's Modi appeals for calm as riot toll in capital rises to 24Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed for peace in Delhi on Wednesday after days of Hindu-Muslim clashes over a disputed new citizenship law sparked some of the worst sectarian violence seen in..
'Delhi mobs set fire to my house and shop'Bhura Khan was forced to flee as mobs burned down his house amid communal violence in India's capital.