At the centre of the controversy is a complex and unresolved issue surrounding the finances of the Delhi government and the MCDs.
Delhi's out-of school poor children, dependent on mid-day meals, stare at empty plates and uncertain future
Delhi has the highest percentage of severely stunted children (11.7 percent), according to the Urban Hunger and Malnutrition (HUNGaMA) study whose results were released in February 2018
Delhi Pollution: Concerns raised over efficacy, proactiveness of super commission as air turns deadly
The Commission has asked the Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) and the Delhi government to “work in close coordination with the industrial units” to meet the deadline
Centuries will now not only co-exist in the market built by Shah Jahan in the 17th century but will also have to compete with each other with the 1.3-kilometre-long stretch set to get its first mall
Construction workers hesistant to return to Delhi, fear another sudden lockdown and arduous journey back home
Though there is some construction activity at developmental projects abandoned after the lockdown, contractors say the guidelines about reduced workforce and social distancing has halted most activity
Out of work in COVID-19 lockdown, Delhi citizens try self-employment in hopes of rebuilding livelihoods
With millions out of work and many being forced to explore new avenues, it remains to be seen how much success these ventures have.
After a gap of more than five months and a week, metro stations and coaches of the National Capital Region will witness passengers willing to go through the restrictive, controlled and strictly enforced entry, travel and exit conditions
Has Delhi flattened COVID-19 curve? Widespread testing, improved health infrastructure major boost in easing situation
The BJP and AAP called a truce as they joined hands to deal with the COVID-19 crisis in Delhi, and encouraging results are now being seen
In Delhi, remote learning during COVID-19 leaves less well-off grappling with digital divide and teachers ruing lack of training
The effectiveness of online classes has also become a sensitive issue for school managements caught between government instructions and parental expectations.
Used PPEs, gloves, masks pile up in Delhi crematoriums; lack of public awareness leaves city facing biomedical waste crisis
In Delhi, there has been no awareness building around COVID-generated biomedical waste and how to safely deal with it.
From readying your home for quarantine to getting medical help, here's what to expect if you test COVID positive in Delhi
Rates for treatment in private facilities have been notified by the Delhi government, and in all likelihood, the hospital you go to will have these displayed. A government official is also present in the private hospitals, to deal with any issues that may arise.
COVID-19 chaos in Delhi: Govt app reveals over 4,000 vacant beds as patients complain of shortage, eye-popping charges at private hospitals
The surge in COVID-19 cases has stunned the Delhi government that was, till a few weeks ago, confident of its ability to manage the virus. At the end of May, it had even supported the idea of relaxing lockdown restrictions.
Coronavirus Outbreak: From saviours to scourge of public, police wearing different hats during national disaster
It is the best of times and the worst of times for police around the country who have been ordered to enforce the prime minister’s nationwide lockdown, with images and videos of police behaviour, swinging from humane to violent playing out on TV screens and smart phones in every home.
If perceptions indeed win elections, then AAP has certainly made a strong case among voters with its intentions and delivery of good governance at least in part
Delhi Assembly polls: Centre, AAP clash over water quality, but voters give Arvind Kejriwal's scheme thumbs up
Supplying free water, especially to areas that had no supply, was one of AAP’s key promises when the party made its foray into politics.
Across Delhi — from those living in small tenements to residents of big bungalows — everyone has benefitted, to some extent, from AAP’s promise to reduce their power bills. Ever since it came to power, for 49 days in 2013 and for five years in 2015, AAP, in its manifesto, had promised and claimed that it had reduced citizens’ electricity dues by 50 percent.