The Delhi woman who was allegedly raped by an Uber driver in December last year has voluntarily ended her lawsuit against the app based taxi service, according to a US court filing.
The decision to change the name of Aurangzeb Road—located in the heart of Lutyens’ Delhi—after former president APJ Abdul Kalam, is likely to cause an existential crisis for many government establishments, five-star hotels and private addresses.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government may not have modelled its poll campaign on the lines of the US presidential campaign that was followed by the BJP managers, but the party has decided to adopt an accountablility monitor used for Obama.
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has decided to come up with a commercial complex in the heart of the city near Jantar Mantar where it will rent out space for offices.
For the third time in a row, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) will hold its student union polls on September 11, on the same day of as the Delhi University Students’ Union (DUSU) elections. However, the poll pattern at JNU differs from that of Delhi University (DU).
The National Green Tribunal (NGT), citing the polluter pays principle, on Tuesday observed that the South Delhi Municipal Corporation should challan all big commercial establishments like hospitals and malls Rs 50,000 per day if any municipal waste was found littered near their premises.
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.
Six Delhi police personnel, including a sub-inspector, have been dismissed from service for taking an undertrial gangster for shopping after a court hearing in Agra.
The Delhi government on Monday made a change in its council of ministers, giving the law ministry's charge to deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia.
Muslim groups objected to New Delhi Municipal Council's (NDMC) decision to rename Aurangzeb Road after late President A P J Abdul Kalam on Monday, terming it as a "deliberate" move that is "likely to set the trend of rechristening other cities/streets distorting history".
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), in an effort to increase efficiency and accountability in the working of its administration, has decided to go paperless.
VAT or value-added tax is a major source of revenue for Delhi. The AAP government set a target of Rs 24,000 crore for 2015-16, and to achieve this, the VAT department has been carrying out numerous raids to identify defaulters.
An internal inquiry by the AIIMS into the death of first-year student Khushboo Choudhary, found hanging in her hostel room on Sunday, has ruled out foul play.
Delhi's three municipal corporations have decided to post a list of legal parking sites on their web portals along with the rates they charge.
Country’s best-known Hindi literary magazine sees steady rise in circulation from 9,500 to 11,000 in the last two years.