The Delhi Police crime branch team is probing the role of ‘insiders’ in the alleged admission racket at Delhi University. Four people were arrested on Thursday for helping 25 students secure admissions in 10 DU colleges.
Yusuf Sarai, a south Delhi village, is perhaps the only kind of a place in the country whose entire economy depends on AIIMS medical institute. An assortment of shops line its narrow streets where people come for food, shelter, documentation, travel booking, etc.
On an average, 21 children went missing daily in the first six months this year from the national capital, according to government data.
Ola Cabs have been sending out messages to its customers offering discounts even as the government gets ready to launch a crackdown and impound their vehicles. The Delhi government, as per an HC order, has already written to the traffic police asking them to launch an extensive drive against taxis booked with Ola Cabs.
Delhi government will identify places where people travel by buses and where there are open spaces. After identifying 4-5 places, the concept of BRT will be planned there.
While the Delhi Development Authority notified the Land Pooling Policy a month ago after years of waiting, the project cannot proceed further unless Delhi government classifies the identified agricultural lands as ‘urbanisable’.
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A 20-year-old American woman was allegedly molested by a private cab driver in South Delhi’s Chittaranjan Park (CR Park) last week, in yet another incident of sexual assault involving a taxi driver.
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday slammed the Centre for transferring out some of his best officials, a move he said would hamper development projects in the city.
An engineering graduate who gave up her job for social work, 30-year-old Swati Maliwal finally took charge of the Delhi Commission for Women on Tuesday. Maliwal talks to HT about her plans to make the panel more effective. Excerpts from an interview.
Delhi University has changed the research supervisor of a St Stephen’s college student who had alleged sexual harassment by her guide after Union HRD minister Smriti Irani intervened in the matter.
Delhi High Court on Tuesday questioned how app-based taxi service, Ola, was operating in the national capital when the government's order banning them has not been stayed and warned that it would shut the company down if it thought it was above law.
The AAP government in Delhi on Tuesday removed from several areas posters and hoardings in which it had taken a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi requesting him to allow it to work.
Delhi University has released the eighth cut-off lists for admission to its undergraduate programs on Thursday as a number of seats are still lying vacant in some of the colleges.
Lieutenant governor Najeeb Jung on Monday gave the consent to appointment of Swati Maliwal as chief of Delhi Commission for Women, days after her "unilateral" nomination by AAP government was struck down by him, triggering a fresh round of confrontation between the two sides.