Railway employees involved in ticket malpractices have outnumbered touts by a good margin. Darpan Singh reports.
A large part of West Delhi witnessed regular power cuts on Saturday - the day the national Capital recorded this season's highest temperature of 43.2 degree Celsius. HT reports.
A group of MPs and MLAs from Delhi met Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda to resolve the deadlock over the commissioning of Munak Canal. HT reports.
An awareness programme on disability was organized in the city by Rotary Viklang Kendra on Saturday. The seminar was focused on promoting an understanding of issues regarding disability and mobilising support for the dignity, rights and well-being of disabled people. HT reports.
Delhi’s restaurants have been allowed to serve flavoured and herbal hookahs, but with certain conditions.
The National Green Tribunal has asked the Central Pollution Control Board and the Delhi Pollution Control Committee to respond, by May 28, to a bunch of petitions that claimed noise created by aircrafts is affecting the lives of residents living near the Indira Gandhi International Airport.
In a bid to reduce vehicular chaos, all new Metro stations coming up under phase III will have separate slots for four wheelers, autos and buses in their premises. Subhendu Ray reports.
The Delhi government's public works department is damaging the highly-protected ridge area. Darpan Singh reports.
A Delhi court on Friday granted bail to Liyaqat Shah, who was arrested two months ago on the suspicion that he was a Hizbul Mujahideen militant planning attacks in the Capital. HT
A day after the North Delhi Municipal Corporation sealed two farmhouses along Rohtak Road, the South Delhi Corporation on Friday swung into action and sealed four farmhouses in Chattarpur. The civic body also demolished one property.
Several parts of Delhi went without water on Friday as repair work on the breach in the Upper Ganga canal in Uttar Pradesh near Khatauli continued.
The National Green Tribunal on Friday ordered various land-owning agencies and departments of the Centre and Delhi government to free all trees in the Capital of concrete by July 12 or face consequences. Darpan Singh reports.
Two more rapes, one with a minor girl, were reported from different parts of the city on Tuesday.
Show-cause notices were issued to Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit, transport minister Ramakant Goswami and six other MLAs by the city Lokayukta on Wednesday taking objection to putting up of hoardings and banners allegedly in violation of law.
A 41-year-old owner of a marketing company was arrested on Tuesday by the economic offences wing (EOW) of Delhi police for allegedly duping over 11,000 people of Rs. 20 crore by promising them land in Rajasthan.