Banks are trying their best to cope with heavy rush for sale and submission of forms for the DDA’s new housing scheme, which will close for submission on October 9.
Three students, including a girl, belonging to the Northeast region, were allegedly beaten up by some residents of Lajpat Nagar area of Delhi on Tuesday.
In six years since October 2, 2008, when smoking in public places was banned, the city administration has collected `57,92,070 as fines from people for violating the no-smoking rules.
It was a celebration with a difference for the young and the old from the city administration’s welfare homes.
The Delhi high court on Wednesday asked the city government why it has exempted Sikh women pillion riders from wearing a helmet on a PIL challenging the exemption given to Sikh women.
To counter the Aam Aadmi Party’s social media outreach, information technology unit of the Delhi Congress is all set to launch workshops in each of the 70 Assembly segments in the national capital aft
The Delhi police on Wednesday told a city court that they have chargesheeted former law minister and AAP leader Somnath Bharti in connection with molestation and other offences in a case pertaining to
A ground-to-air security cover on par with the Republic Day security arrangements has been put in place at Rajpath where Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the “Swachchh Bharat Mission” and flag
Providing relief to the thousands of e-rickshaw operators in the national capital, the Centre on Wednesday recognised the vehicles as “special category three-wheeled vehicles with a maximum speed of 2