In a span of less than a month, thieves struck the embassy area in New Delhi on Sunday for the second time and stole telephone cables worth nearly Rs 4 lakh. While the incidents and their frequency are worrying, the Delhi Police is clueless about the possible identity of the thieves who dug an 18-metre-long tunnel outside the Ethiopian embassy on Shanti Path in Chanakyapuri causing communication outage in the high security area.
The Aam Aadmi Party workers on Monday staged a protest at the Jantar Mantar in New Delhi, demanding the sacking of four ministers of the Bharatiya Janata Party.
People travelling in the capital will soon get the exact schedule, location and seat availability of DTC buses and details required to hire autorickshaws for last-mile connectivity through a cellphone app.
As Delhi chokes on its foul air, the cars on its roads continue to spew poison while getting a clean bill of health every three months from the 661 pollution check centres dotting the city.
Designer of Aam Aadmi Party logo, Sunil Lal has served a legal notice to party convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal asking him to withdraw the symbol from all official works including the website failing which he would move court.
Fifteen Delhi University colleges have announced that they won’t be deducting any marks in case a student changes his/ her stream for admission to BA (Programme) and B.Com (Programme).
A 49-year-old lawyer had a narrow escape in central Delhi’s Connaught Place after an SUV rammed into his car and tried running over him when he managed to get out of his car, all this with a PCR vehicle parked nearby as a silent spectator.
Taxi service aggregator Ola on Thursday said its users in Delhi and Mumbai can now book hatchbacks of TaxiForSure through its app, a move aimed at making more vehicles available to consumers.
Delhi's ruling party AAP on Thursday threatened BJP that will go on nationwide protests if HRD minister Smriti Irani did not quit within three days over the discrepancies in her educational qualification.
The Delhi government is all set to notify dedicated stretches in the city that will be reserved for emergency vehicles in case of a disaster. The stretches will be similar to the lanes that were reserved during the Commonwealth Games 2010 for athletes and officials.
Congress and Samajwadi Party corporators put democracy to shame when they came to blows with each other during the Lucknow Municipal Corporation (LMC) House meeting called on Monday to elect four members to the LDA board.
Two people were arrested for the death of a journalist who was kidnapped in Madhya Pradesh’s Balaghat district and burnt alive.
A city court on Monday dismissed former Delhi law minister JS Tomar’s plea for bail and remanded him to Tihar Jail for two weeks.
Slashing of value added tax (VAT) on tobacco products, pan masalas and cigarettes has delivered a massive blow to the efforts of voluntary organisations and the health department to reduce tobacco consumption in the state.
Delhi urban shelter body clears proposal, clusters that came up before 2006 to get amenities too.