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MCD, telecom operators spar on usage charges

The North Corporation and telecom operators are at loggerheads with each other over the issue of paying “way-leave or usage charge”.

BJP looks into options to sue AAP for TV ad

Launching a scathing attack on Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal over his latest television commercial, the Delhi BJP on Friday said that it is looking into legal aspects of filing a contempt petit

Happiness hub at Palika Bazar park

In a bid to nurture talent in the city, the New Delhi Municipal Council is planning to develop the park atop Palika Bazar in Central Delhi’s Connaught Place as a spot for artists to showcase their ski

MCDs cast doubt on Swachchh app success in Delhi

The BJP-led three municipal corporations in Delhi, which are at loggerheads with the Kejriwal government in the city over alleged lack of assistance, have a new cause to blame the Aam Aadmi Party over

Mahila Haat to be revived by NDMC

The neglected Mahila Haat will soon be revived by the North Delhi Municipal Corporation in collaboration with the women’s wing of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Ficci).

Government withdraws no-tax proposal

Making yet another U-turn, Delhi’s AAP government has withdrawn its proposal to waive property tax in unauthorised colonies.

Set to implement GST soon: Arun Jaitley

The country would soon be set to implement a common Goods and Services Tax (GST) pan India in the coming year, finance minister Arun Jaitley said on Monday.

Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas slogan a hit at summit

The ambitious project of “Make in India” took off with the onset of the “biggest investment bazaar” from Ahmedabad’s Mahatma Mandir on Sunday with the international delegates promising to adopt the Sa

8 MLAs may not get tickets

In a bid to project the “best” candidates for the upcoming Assembly Polls which are scheduled to be held on December 4, the Delhi BJP is giving tickets to “man of the masses,” and might deny tickets to eight sitting MLAs, said a senior party leader.

BJP leaders write letters for vote y

In a bid to woo first-time-voters in the national capital, BJP leaders are personally writing letters to the voters in the age group of 18-19 years in their respective constituencies. Notably, Delhi, which goes to polls this December, has 3.49 lakh first-time-voters.

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