The ongoing power struggle between Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung and chief minister Arvind Kejriwal intensified on Tuesday after reports emerged about the AAP government appointing police officials from Bihar in Delhi’s anti-corruption bureau (ACB).
The victim sustained two stitches on his head and bruises after he was beaten up by six people
Just months after a 27-year-old financial consultant was allegedly raped by an Uber cab driver, another instance of the harassment of a woman by a driver of the US-based transportation network company has surfaced.
Improper waste management at the airport encourage strays that often end up biting passengers.
The move comes in to make the city safer, especially for women, at such a time when Delhi government is in a tussle with the central government over issues of governance and jurisdiction.
If you thought the extreme heat wave sweeping through the country this year was bad news, think again. According to weatheronline.co.uk, New Delhi will have an ultraviolet index (UV) of 12 on May 30, 31 and on June 1.
The Arvind Kejriwal-led government landed in another controversy on Friday after it turned out it was considering buying high-end equipment for surveillance and monitoring for its anti-corruption branch.
A 35-year-old man allegedly committed suicide by jumping in front of a Metro train at east Delhi's Karkardooma station on the Blue Line on Friday.
Heat wave conditions continue to affect normal life in the desert state of Rajasthan, with the mercury hovering between 40-45 degrees Celsius in most parts of the state.
Not granting a stay or quashing the Centre's notification clipping AAP administration's powers, the Delhi high court on Friday directed the Lt Governor to "deliberate" on the city government's proposals on appointment of senior bureaucrats to key posts.
The Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) has quashed the decision of a Cabinet committee headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi that could have stalled the inter-cadre transfer of whistleblower Indian Forest Service officer Sanjeev Chaturvedi.
The eight-day-long deadlock between Gujjars and the Rajasthan government came to an end on Thursday night after the government agreed to introduce a bill ensuring 5% quota for Gujjars and four other castes outside the legal limit of 50% overall reservation in government-run institutions.
Amid the ongoing tussle between the Delhi government and the union home ministry over a notification, Delhi Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung on Thursday apprised Home Secretary L.C. Goyal about the present situation, official sources said.
Uttar Pradesh is staring at a drought worse than last year’s, officials said on Thursday, raising worries of a severe impact on the kharif crop crucial to feeding millions of people in the country’s most populous state.
Dissatisfied with government's proposal, Gujjars say the next step will be taken after consulting Bainsla. Meanwhile, home minister appeals protestors to vacate tracks and highways, warns of police action else.