Delhi has emerged as the most preferred destination for overseas travellers to India, says a study by an online accommodation booking website.
A 60-year-old former employee of National Physical Laboratory (NPL) has been sentenced to three years in jail by a Delhi court for misusing his official position by forging several bills and causing loss to the state exchequer.Special CBI judge Swarana Kanta Sharma also awarded a similar jail
The National Green Tribunal on Tuesday ordered Delhi Police to ensure that plastic waste is neither burnt nor carried in and out of scrap markets of Mundka and Nangloi in west Delhi.
Chief minister Sheila Dikshit on Tuesday asked government officials to keep a "close eye" on compensatory plantation by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation, which will cut around 15,000 trees to implement the phase-III expansion of its network.
Forty two-year-old Preetam Madan (name changed) was hit by two bullets - in his brain and abdomen - and was profusely bleeding when he was wheeled into Delhi government-run Sushruta Trauma Centre on April 28.
More than two years after reserving its verdict, the Delhi High Court will on Wednesday decide whether to prosecute 19 witnesses, including Bollywood actor Shyan Munshi, on the charge of perjury for turning hostile during the trial of the Jessica Lal murder case.
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday asked the Capital's civic authorities to co-ordinate and immediately find a new site in the city for dumping garbage and also form a panel to come up with a solution.
Traffic jams continued to terrorise Delhi for the third day on Tuesday with thousands of motorists having to negotiate heavy congestion on the city's arterial roads, mostly in south Delhi, during the day.
The National Green Tribunal has held Delhi's Public Works Department (PWD) guilty of "illegally felling a large number of grown trees" for a road-widening project in Vasant Kunj.
Ramjas College is set to bring back forensic experts to scrutinize mark sheets and certificates during admission time. The college brought in forensic experts to check all students’ mark sheets and OBC certificates during last year’s admission process to make sure they were not forged after being stung by a fake mark sheet scandal in 2011.
A commission under the Delhi government recently spent public money on placing big advertisements on doing something that does not fall under its jurisdiction.
Three people, including a Delhi Traffic Police constable, were killed in two separate road accidents.
Hour-long power cuts on Tuesday in several Delhi localities laid bare the tall claims by private discoms to provide "uninterrupted power supply" to the city.
Why should a civic agency and not the health department or hospitals be issuing birth or death certificates?
Dentist Rajesh Talwar on Tuesday told a special court that the CBI did not carry out a dummy test at their Jalvayu Vihar residence in Noida where his daughter Aarushi and servant Hemraj were killed five years ago.