The Congress and BJP have termed as dangerous and unconstitutional the Kejriwal government’s plan to hold a referendum on statehood for Delhi. Unmoved, law minister Kapil Mishra even threatened stir in support of the demand.
In yet another bid to challenge the Centre and extend the political tug-of-war, the AAP government wants the residents of Delhi to decide if the national capital should be granted the status of a state. Hindustan Times conducted an online poll asking readers to give their opinion on what they think about the government's plans for a referendum. And, a majority of them thought it will be good for Delhi.
Hygiene matters: Delhi’s biggest hospital for children lacks cleanliness, exposing patients to deadly infections.
The High Court extended the judicial custody of former Delhi law minister Jitender Singh Tomar till July 20 in an alleged forged degree case.
An aspirant seeking admission to Delhi University’s Kalindi College jumped from the first floor of the college building on Tuesday.
A woman has alleged that the driver of a TaxiForSure cab she was travelling in last week masturbated while driving the vehicle through the streets of the national capital, the latest in a string of controversies involving app based taxi services.
Delhi has the highest density of hospitals in the country and more beds available for patients than the national average but it is impossible to get treatment in government-run hospitals when needed.
The Aam Aadmi Party government was ready to go any length to ensure full statehood to Delhi, law minister Kapil Mishra said on Monday.
A Nagaland Police constable posted at an All India Radio (AIR) office in Delhi on Monday shot and wounded a Delhi Police constable who crashed his car into the office gate during a joy ride.
All gung-ho about the Swachh Bharat campaign, it is time the Centre and the state push for implementation of laws that make recycling mandatory for residents. It is the only way we can reduce the trash we send to the landfills.
The Capital is not likely to get a memorial for freedom fighter Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose anytime soon.
Under a net of silver confetti, 33-year-old Wasim lays out a platter of five different kinds of pakora around five every evening. As he waits for customers, often waving his red keffiyeh over the snacks, he is sure of one thing.
St Stephen's college principal Valson Thampu, who is facing criticism over handling of the research scholar molestation case, on Monday said he would resign if it was proved that "he was a cause of embarrassment to the institution".
Tauseef Ahmad, 28, works with a multinational company and lives alone in west Delhi. A few months back, he fell ill and the doctor advised him bed rest.