Faced with rising operational costs, Delhi Metro has proposed a five-slab fare system in the range of Rs 10-50 to mitigate the "adverse" impact on its financial health.
A 30-year-old woman, working with a NGO, has alleged that she was kidnapped and molested by three people in a moving car.
Misleading crime data: While statistics show most registered rape cases led to acquittals, several cases of harassment and molestation go unreported.
The Delhi government on Friday appointed senior lawyers Gopal Subramanium and Dayan Krishnan to contest the appeal of Nitish Katara murder case convicts Vikas Yadav and his cousin Vishal in Supreme Court.
On an average, 21 children went missing daily in the first six months this year from the national capital, according to government data.
The brimming dams on the Chambal have brought smiles to the farmers of the Hadauti region as the good monsoon ensures enough irrigation water for next two years.
With monsoon gaining momentum, sowing activity in the state has reached its peak in the past few days. Farmers are now busy sowing Kharif crops and with a positive outlook on yield.
Rainfall continues to lash several parts of the state. Mount Abu in Sirohi district has received the maximum rainfall of 328mm, while Abu Road received 134 mm.
Two people are feared dead in Sanchor town of Jalore district on Tuesday where incessant rainfall for last two days has triggered a flood-like situation, disrupting road connectivity with several villages.
Madhya Pradesh police detained the wife of Prashant Pandey, one of the main whistle blowers of Vyapam scam, on Saturday evening.
Delhi may have left Vinay Jindal to die on the road after a horrific accident, but the 20-year-old served humanity even in death with his family donating the youth’s eyes as per his wishes.
In his strongest assertion amid his ongoing tussle with the Arvind Kejriwal government, top cop BS Bassi on Friday said it would be a "very unfortunate" day in the history of the capital if the Delhi Police comes under the city government.
In a letter, Aam Aadmi Party chief says the L-G was working at the behest of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to weaken the Delhi government. Kejriwal wrote the letter a day after Jung dismissed AAP nominee Swati Maliwal's appointment as chief of the Delhi Commission for Women as lacking legal sanctity.
Lieutenant governor Najeeb Jung has sought an explanation from the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government on how Swati Maliwal, wife of an AAP leader, was appointed the chairperson of the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) without his approval.
The stand-off between the Aam Aadmi Party and Delhi Police escalated after a senior leader alleged that a police vehicle tried to run him over on Tuesday night, prompting an astonished police chief to dub the accusation as bizarre.