The problem of congestion on the Ring Road between Hanuman Setu and Kashmere Gate ISBT may soon become a thing of the past.
Delhi high court has upheld the Lok Sabha Secretariat estate officer’s order imposing more than Rs. 16 lakh fine as damages on a government employee for illegally occupying an official bungalow on Talkatora Road for about seven years after his retirement.
Members of Greenpeace, protesting Delhi’s zero performance in meeting renewable energy targets, on Wednesday demanded that power minister Haroon Yusuf enforce a policy on renewable energy soon.
An arbitrator will decide the future of waterless urinals across the Capital.
Five temples will be shifted from their original sites because of a road under bridge to be widened at Kishan Ganj under jurisdiction of the North Delhi Municipal Corporation.
In a letter written to the police commissioner, a girl rescued from the city’s red light area has recounted her traumatic experiences and demanded action against the traffickers who forced her into prostitution. Faizan Haider reports.
Concerned over the increase in the number of trafficking cases, the state government has asked the Delhi police to submit a detailed monthly report of child trafficking cases to it.
Two days after he announced his new team of state office bearers, Delhi BJP chief Vijay Goel unveiled a new 89-member executive committee.
Five years ago, in the night between May 15 and 16, 2008, schoolgirl Aarushi Talwar and her family’s domestic help Hemraj Banjade were murdered in an identical manner in their Noida flat. Abhishek Sharan
The Delhi high court on Wednesday ordered surprise checks of wholesale and retail markets in the Capital to ensure that vegetable and fruits on sale do not have pesticide residue beyond permissible limits.
The condition of one of the six December 16 Delhi gang rape accused - Vinay Sharma - who is undergoing treatment at Lok Nayak Hospital is stable. Trick to stifle the trial
For years, there has been speculation about the number of students from outside the city that Delhi University admits every year. There are also guesses about the college that has produced the most number of toppers over the years.
Work on Delhi Metro's ambitious Phase III project is expected to pick up speed with the project clearing all legal hurdles related to the procurement of 81 trains.
Taking note of the stiff objection to the four-year undergraduate programme from a large number of visually-impaired students, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday wondered if the course was being implemented in a hurry.
Geeta Sharma, the lover of special cell inspector Badrish Dutt, had developed an intimate relationship with him after deceiving the police officer into believing that his wife was cheating on him, an informal investigation into the mysterious death of the duo has revealed. Jatin Anand
and Karn Pratap Singh
report. Tale of deceit