The Delhi high court on Thursday said Ola cabs, an app-based taxi hailing service, can run only on Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fuel in the national capital.
Eight hundred and thirty one confirmed cases and counting — the fear of dengue has gripped Delhi, sending people rushing to hospitals at the first signs of fever.
New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) on Friday gave its nod to rename Aurangzeb Road in Lutyen's Delhi as APJ Abdul Kalam Road.
The total number of distress calls received by police over phone in Delhi exceeds those from the rest of India by a huge margin, according to the latest data from the National Crimes Record Bureau.
A Delhi-based fashion designer was roughed up on Tuesday for asking a man to move his wrongly parked car out of the way.
To control soaring prices of onions in the city, Delhi government on Monday announced that it has sought the help of major onion traders to import the kitchen staple in large quantities to stabilise the prices.
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal is likely to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday, sources said.
Two Class 10 boys from southwest Delhi’s Najafgarh area were apprehended on Monday morning for allegedly killing a classmate as they resented his academic record and appointment as class captain.
A slogan written on a wall at a busy market place in Agra has put the police on alert here. The slogan ‘ISIS Islamic Coming Soon’ was written on a wall of a water outlet (pyayu) in busy Phullati bazaar of Agra.
A fortnight after Supreme Court judge Dipak Misra, who handled Yakub Memon’s case, received a threatening letter at his residence, the Delhi Police received an email claiming to attack the apex court with bombs.
In a bid to end the bitter battle between the Centre and the Delhi government, chief minister Arvind Kejriwal in his maiden Independence Day speech on Saturday pitched for synergy between the two in a set-up of cooperative federalism.
The police have asked security officers of all high-rise buildings in central Delhi to provide a certificate that their air-conditioners have been checked for explosives as the Capital turns into a fortress ahead of the Independence Day.
The Union home ministry has given an extension of one year to the Special Investigation Team, set up by the government for conducting a fresh probe into the 1984 anti-Sikh riots cases.
The Delhi government’s notification enhancing the circle rate of agricultural land by three times in the national Capital was on Tuesday challenged in the Delhi high court.
The bandh was called by employees of the electricity department and traders’ associations on Monday over increasing incidents of crime in Alwar. The police lathi charges the protesters, in which about a dozen were injured while six were arrested.