Delhi Commission for Women has issued notices to Delhi government and Delhi Police to know about the efforts made by them to combat human trafficking. In...

Nearly 46 million people around the world are living as slaves, forced to work in factories, mines and farms, sold for sex, trapped in debt bondage or...

The national capital is not “smart”, neither are financial capital Mumbai, information technology hub Bengaluru and eastern India’s biggest city Kolkata. They actually wallow at the bottom of a global livability survey of 181 cities. The 2016 Cities in Motion Index (CIMI), prepared jointly by the Barcelona-based University of Navarrara’s IESE Business School and...

Delhi University (DU) has started its admission process today. With nearly 54,000 seats across more than 60 colleges, the university boasts of a number...

NEW DELHI: PRIVATE SCHOOLS HIRE BUSES AT NOMINAL RATES FROM DTC BUT CHARGE US EXTRA TO POCKET THE DIFFERENCE, COMPLAIN PARENTS Private schools are allegedly fleecing parents for ferrying their children to and from home on Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) buses, charging amounts that are several times the stipulated rate. The DTC charges the schools ` 40 per km for a...

  If you don’t believe in miracles, you need to hear about Dinesh Khanna and his pet dog Thumki. Khanna, one of India’s premier photographers...

e a note on how the government can deal with the problem of missing children in the city. The CM’s direction comes following reports in Hindustan Times on May 19 and 20 that detailed the scale and magnitude of the problem. As per statistics, 22,000 children went missing from Delhi in the past three years. A DDC official said the plan would be submitted to the CM next...

In July 2005, a 23-year-old pregnant woman with hearing and speech impairment stepped out of her home in the early hours to relieve herself. This was the daily routine for most women in her neighbourhood because the west Delhi slum where she lived had no public toilets. That morning, three men spotted her behind a bush. They dragged her into their van and drove around...

New Delhi: TIMES NEWS NETWORK Hridesh Kumar Sharma, a school attendant with east corporation, had received his salary for December and January...

NEW DELHI: Social media extortion is the new crime trend which Delhi Police is grappling with and the fight has got tougher with three incidents reported back to back this month. In all three incidents, the perpetrators created fake accounts on a social network site, allegedly uploaded morphed pictures and videos, and dropped messages demanding money — which ranged...