The first ever ‘Janta ka budget’ consultations saw good response, especially in the lower middle class areas of the Patparganj constituency.
The AAP government on Sunday held its first ‘Janta ka Budget’ session with the public, seeking their suggestions as it moves to prepare its first budget for the Capital.
The sight of driverless Delhi Metro trains whizzing past stations, crowded and deserted, is all set to become a reality as upgraded new-generation coaches are being introduced on two upcoming lines as part of its Phase-III of expansion.
The ever faithful Aam Aadmi Party fan following seems to have gone on the back foot when it comes to party donations.
A 31-year-old doctor at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) allegedly committed suicide by slashing her wrist at a hotel room in central Delhi’s Paharganj on Sunday.
After several weeks of fighting for freedom of expression, Devansh Mehta— founder of St. Stephen’s College banned weekly e-zine — on Saturday received his graduation certificate from Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal amid standing ovation and cheer.
The Aam Aadmi Party has issued show-cause notices to rebel leaders Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav for alleged anti-party activities, taking final steps towards their expulsion, even as Yadav said the move was against the principle of natural justice.
A self-styled ‘godman’ has been arrested along with his associate for allegedly cheating several villagers from Haryana of around Rs 2 crore by promising high returns for investing in his company.
The corporate affairs head of a Thapar Group-owned company and his aide have been arrested for allegedly trying to extort Rs 25 crore from the group's senior executive, Gautam Thapar, who was part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's business delegation during his three-nation tour.
Vankadarath Saritha was on Friday inducted as the first woman driver of Delhi Transport Corporation.
Three people, including a government official, were on Saturday taken into custody by the anti-corruption branch for allegedly taking bribe.
The AAP government which in its first week in power had decided to regularise Delhi’s unauthorized colonies will now crack down on encroachments that were made after February 14 – the day Arvind Kejriwal took oath as chief minister.
A blood trail, a hound search and a local intel led to the arrest of the prime accused behind the murder of the Tis Hazari court advocate.
The Delhi high court on Friday stayed the order of St Stephen's College Principal Valson Thampu suspending the student editor of its banned e-zine for "violating" discipline, asking whether anyone can be suspended for speaking to the media.
Customs officials literally struck gold last week at the Indira Gandhi International Airport with the recovery of 21 kgs of gold worth `5.5 crore from two separate passengers within a span of just two minutes.