A group of graphic designers have decided to change the face of Delhi’s local vendors --the paan-seller, sabjiwalla, chaiwalla, kirana store, electrician, dhaba. They believe rebranding small businesses, which dot the streets of the national capital without a face and name, will not just lend them an identity but also boost sales, and most importantly, help add a dash of colour and creativity to the city’s streets.
According to officials, specifically, PMC’s ‘sky signage’ department has not paid the service tax for six years. GST commission has served a notice to the department to pay taxes of a total of Rs 7,61,00,000, with immediate effect. read more
A quick fix devised by the local residents has now ensured that popular landmarks serve as geographic identifiers, such as Genpact Chowk, Bristol Chowk, Old Gurugram-Delhi Road and Golf Course Road read more
A controversy erupted recently after the IIT-Delhi metro station, located just outside the institute’s campus, was named as “FIITJEE-IIT” after DMRC auctioned the naming right of the station to the coaching institute. read more
According to revised rates, penalty on a vendor is Rs 1,000, the fine on those sticking illegal posters will be Rs 2,500 and that on a shopkeeper allowing a vendor near his shop will be Rs 10,000 read more
The road in front of PWD Rest House and police headquarters is likely to become a new bottleneck point as traffic coming from Sohna Road would hit this narrow road after crossing Rajiv Chowk underpass read more
A survey conducted by the traffic department during the past six months, at places where the signboards were erected for traffic regulation, revealed that they were either missing, stolen or lost. read more