The weather department has predicted a cloudy sky for Delhi till 9 January.
Delhi imposes weekend curfew as COVID-19 cases rise; non-essential movement curbed, WFH for govt employees
The decision came as the National Capital has been struggling with a spike in coronavirus cases; on Monday, it recorded over 4,000 cases
New Delhi expected to get its first electric bus in February: all you need to know about election vehicle
These buses will have a low floor and will be equipped with hydraulic lifts. The facility will allow passengers on wheelchairs to board the bus easily.
The meeting between a delegation of the Federation of Resident Doctors' Association (FORDA) and Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya took place at Nirman Bhawan here, but the doctors' body said, the "response was not satisfactory"
The surge in Omicron infections and COVID cases in the past two days have forced the Delhi government to sound a 'yellow alert' in the capital
Yellow alert issued in Delhi amid rising COVID-19 cases: Schools and cinemas to shut, public transport to run at 50% seating capacity
The restrictions come following Delhi's biggest single-day spike in infections in six months on Monday, with 331 new cases
HC directs Delhi Police to periodically review security arrangements in courts, boost safety measures
The decision was part of an order passed by a bench headed by Chief Justice D N Patel on matters concerning the safety and security at court complexes
According to Delhi fire department, the fire broke out in Room number 59 of Parliament at around 8 am, however, the fire has been brought under control
The air quality in the national capital has remained in the 'very poor' or the 'severe' category on most days in November so far.
A probe is underway to ascertain if the people were affected due to exposure to any gas because preliminary enquiry revealed that no gas cylinder was on fire and no fumes were found emanating from anywhere in the area
Delhi schools, colleges and govt offices to reopen from 29 Nov as Capital sees improvement in air quality
The ban on the entry of vehicles operating on other fuels will remain till 3 December, said Environment Minister Gopal Rai
The oral remarks came in response to the submission of senior advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi, appearing for the Delhi government, that stubble burning was one of the contributors to air pollution
Delhi air pollution: From shutting schools to banning construction, a look at the Capital's yearly 'unbreathable' problem
Delhi's government has been vowing for years to clean up the city's air. The burning of agricultural waste in Delhi's neighbouring states — a major contributor to the city's pollution levels every winter — has continued despite a Supreme Court ban.
All public and private schools, colleges and educational institutions in NCR shall remain closed until further orders allowing only online mode of education, the CAQM directions read
An AQI between zero and 50 is considered 'good', 51 and 100 'satisfactory', 101 and 200 'moderate', 201 and 300 'poor', 301 and 400 'very poor', and 401 and 500 'severe'
From Saurabh Kirpal's likely elevation to Delhi HC judge to Beth Robinson in the US, world's judiciary is finally coming out of the closet
The Supreme Court's collegium has finally approved the recommendation of Saurabh Kirpal as Delhi high court judge, which if passed by the Union Ministry of Law and Justice, will make him India's first openly gay judge
SC recommends elevation of openly gay lawyer as Delhi HC judge; all you need to know about Saurabh Kirpal
The recommendation came three years after it was first proposed in October 2017, which was reportedly delayed due to Kirpal's sexual orientation
The apex court had on Saturday termed the rise in pollution levels an "emergency situation" and suggested clamping a lockdown in the national capital.
The explosion took place on the third floor of a building while a cylinder was being changed. It not only led to the collapse of the roof and walls but also impacted four other houses on the second floor
INX Media Case: Delhi HC dismisses CBI’s plea challenging order allowing Chidambaram to inspect documents
The CBI had opposed the inspection of documents on the grounds that the probe in the INX media case, in which the Chidambarams are accused, is still ongoing, and that it may result in evidence tampering