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Congress focus on municipal bypolls

The byelections to 13 municipal wards in the national capital will lead to a do or die battle for the Congress, which was completely washed out in the February Assembly elections after remaining in po

Rohini reservoir to ease water pangs

In yet another important step towards the rationalisation of piped-water supply in the capital, the Delhi Jal Board has started a trial run of the newly-constructed underground reservoir/booster pumpi

SDMC plans online licences for pets within 30-35 days

For dog lovers, getting a pet dog licence is set to become easier as the SDMC is working on making the registration process available online soon.

‘Tweak office timings to help us tackle peak hour rush’

If Delhi Metro has its way, offices in the National Capital Region (NCR), both private and government, may have to tweak timings to deal with burgeoning peak hour crowd as part of the “flexi-timing” c

Congress up in arms on onion prices

Scaling up its offensive against the Aam Aadmi Party government in the national capital, the Delhi Congress on Sunday staged a protest outside chief minister Arvind Kejriwal’s residence over the recen

Toddler attacked by mother dies

A two-year-old boy, who was allegedly strangled and attacked with a sharp object by his mother on Friday in Southwest Delhi’s Chhawla, on Saturday succumbed to his injuries, the police said.

Traffic in knots, big footfall in Metro

On Saturday, the city was buzzing with Raksha Bandhan festivities as residents ventured out in large numbers to meet family and friends and thronged the bustling markets, leaving the traffic in knots

Man assaulted by dhaba owner over stale food

A 24-year-old man was brutally beaten by a hotel owner and his staff for asking for hot and hygienic food in east Delhi’s Mandawali area on Friday night.

Factories in Narela under lens over dengue cases

The North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) has approached the Delhi State Industrial and Infrastructure Corporation Limited (DSIIDC) to issue notices to factories in the Narela Industrial area, from

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