Students from India who appeared for Class 12-level examinations conducted by foreign examination boards are having a tough time seeking admission in Delhi University.
An internal survey by Delhi Police has revealed that responders manning the force’s distress helpline number 100 are often clueless about the address of callers and frequently end up wasting precious time in trying to identify their locations.
High rises in the city will soon have to put proper safety measures in place or face strict action.
Two people were arrested for their alleged involvement in running an organised racket of producing fake driver’s licences and birth certificates in Delhi, officers of the crime branch said on Sunday.
Apart from the summer woes of Delhiites, the rain today washed out the tall claims made by the civic bodies of clean stormwater drains. Several areas, including arterial roads, reported waterlogging.
Heavy rain today flooded the domestic and international arrival halls at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) — recently adjudged the second-best airport in the county.
A 16-year-old domestic help committed suicide by hanging herself from the ceiling fan in Outer Delhi’s Vijay Vihar police station.
Ahead of the assembly elections, chief minister Sheila Dikshit on Saturday said her government will consider extending the retirement age of teachers serving in Delhi government schools from the current 62 years to 65years.
Several places across Delhi have undergone drastic changes over the decades. But in case of Mori Gate — one of the 14 gates of the circuitous city wall around Shahjahanabad — the changes have been so radical, physical and demographic, that very few people from the area are aware of its past.
Pre-empting its national counterparts, the Aam Aadmi Party (APP) on Saturday announced a list of 11 candidates for the upcoming assembly elections in Delhi.
With an eye on rural voters, the Delhi government on Saturday announced extension of Lal Dora in 360 villages and lifting of restriction on use of agricultural land for construction purposes.
If you are applying for admission to Delhi University under the sports or extra-curricular activities (ECA) quota, chances are you will get all the exercise you need before the commencement of the actual trials for selection by making a dash from one college to the other.
Expressing serious concern over the “repeated failures” to ensure safety of women and children, President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday called upon the legal fraternity to be in the vanguard of the battle for their safety.
Delhi University (DU) hopefuls appearing for the Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) entrance exam scheduled for Sunday thronged the Department of Education on Saturday complaining that they had not received their admit cards. Some of the students also alleged that their admit cards had discrepancies in them.
The Delhi government has expedited work on the construction of a Dilli Haat in east Delhi. The government has appointed a consultant for the project worth R100 crore and sanctioned the payment of R9 crore to the power department to shift cables and power lines, clearing grounds for the construction.