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More money to maintain parks

In a bid to give a facelift to the parks in North Delhi Municipal Corporation, which are being run under the PPP model in collaboration with the RWAs of the area, the civic body has passed a proposal

Six senior leaders in race for post of Delhi BJP president

Top leaders of the city unit of the BJP have secretly started lobbying for the post of Delhi BJP president.

AAP canteens may hit small-time eateries

A meal for Rs 20 is a delicacy at the thela of Ms Geeta Gupta, a street-food vendor in East Delhi’s Kalyanpuri, who now fears a closure after the Delhi Government announced a plan to open Aam Aadmi Ca

BJP plans video link for all offices

To keep a constant tab on the local leadership, the BJP’s district offices would now be connected with the party’s national office as well as the state unit office through uninterrupted video conferen

BJP losing hold over its cadre?

After facing humiliating wipeout in the Assembly elections, the BJP seems to be losing grip over its “demoralised” cadre in the city with party workers seemingly reluctant to push forward party chief

Ramlila Maidan rent to be hiked 10-fold to Rs 50,000

Booking the popular Ramlila Maida, the venue of some high-voltage agitations, will soon become dearer.

MCDs plan to collect tax in unauthorised colonies

Residents of unauthorised colonies will now have to pay property tax as the BJP-led municipal corporations in the national capital are considering bringing these colonies into the tax net.

Hospital conducts 50 deliveries in a day

The East Delhi Municipal Corporation-run Swami Dayanand Hospital carried out a record 50 deliveries on Monday owing to the ongoing strike junior doctors in the Delhi and Central government hospitals i

Axe hangs over ayurveda centres as SDMC orders audit

Due to lack of patients in the South Delhi Municipal Corporation opting for Panchkarma Ayurveda, an ancient system of treatment, the civic body has started an audit of the performance of these healthc

Delhi stares at acute water crisis

Deficit of over 500 million gallons of water per day

Nineteen-year-old Naina was made to take the place of her mother who had died of tuberculosis in 2004.

Punjab is back in the headlines with a brutality reminiscent of the violent Eighties. In the early hours of July 27, three gunmen dressed in Army uniforms struck at Gurdaspur.