Centre tells Arvind Kejriwal to step up work under 'Clean India'; claims Delhi govt built only 328 public toilets
Union Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri recently criticised Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for under-utilising funds released under Swachh Bharat Mission to build toilets
Delhi Transport dept recommends digital monitors with GPS to help passengers check route, ensure safety
To further enhance the safety of passengers, especially women, digital monitors will be installed in cabs to keep a track of the route taken by the driver, a Delhi Transport department official said
Lieutenant-Governor Anil Baijal on Thursday said door-to-door checking and patrolling was needed to check usage of non-permitted fuels in industrial areas in Delhi
Anguished over illegal constructions in the national capital, the Delhi High Court on Monday suggested to the local authorities to consider "airlifting" of the 108-foot Hanuman statue in central Delhi
Delhi pollution update: Air quality remains toxic as Kejriwal meets Khattar; decision on odd-even today
Smoggy conditions prevailed over Delhi restricting the visibility to 1,000 meters at around 8.30 am, but the politicking was in order.
Kejriwal, Khattar resolve to improve Delhi air quality; CMs discuss ways to check stubble burning, vehicular pollution
Kejriwal had earlier said that Khattar had invited him to Chandigarh today for the meeting as he could not meet him in Delhi because he was very busy.
Delhi to have BS-VI fuel by April next year to mitigate pollution; automobile firms wary of new deadline
However, the automakers will not be hurried to change engine requirements because of the new deadlines as previous BS-IV grade are also capable to run on the new BS-VI fuel
In London, smog killed because people faced breathing problems. But the toxins in Delhi's air could lead to long-term problems and chronic health disorders, and not just short-term health issues
Delhi air pollution: As odd-even plan falls through, tussle over exemptions highlights challenges in solving current crisis
The odd-even scheme can't be implemented without exemptions for two-wheelers to curb air pollution in Delhi because its public transport system won't be able to bear additional commuters, says the government
Delhi govt's Mohalla Clinics hit another roadblock; parents write to L-G against using schools, parks
The All India Parents Association has submitted a letter to the Lieutenant Governor urging him to restrain the proposed Mohalla Clinics in schools and parks
Delhi sanitation workers to block roads across three MCDs today; demand instant payment of salaries, arrears
Sanitation workers of the three municipal corporations of Delhi (MCDs) have threatened to intensify strike on Tuesday by blocking roads in East Delhi if their demands are not met
The pollution levels in national capital is reaching alarming heights. As per the reports from the government's air quality monitoring systems, these levels might decline in the coming days.
The future of 15,000 guest teachers in Delhi schools is caught in a tug of war with L-G Anil Baijal asking the AAP-led govt in NCT Delhi to abstain from regularising their posts
This time the Delhi government is especially concerned about farm residue burning as the city will host a few matches of the U-17 FIFA world cup in October
Delhi child rape case: Magisterial probe reveals 'major lapses' in functioning of Tagore Public School
Probe report said that "Unhindered access" was given to the accused to all parts of the Tagore Public School, where a five-year-old was raped on 9 September
The probe into the alleged rape of a five-year-old girl in Delhi’s Tagore Private School has been transferred to the Crime Branch
Sonu Dariyapur's story may read like a pulp thriller, but the 38-year-old ran out of luck when he was arrested by the Delhi Police
JNUSU Elections 2017: More people chose NOTA than Congress-backed NSUI; disenchantment may hurt Left
Statistically, the biggest loser in the rise of NOTA was Congress-backed National Students Union of India.
The incident, which happened around 2.30 pm, may have claimed a girl's life, while four people have been rescued so far.
A child in Delhi's Kapas Hera area was denied admission because he couldn't submit a copy of transfer certificate duly signed by an official from the education department of Bihar as necessitated by the school