Accusing Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal of misleading the public over pollution in the NCR, the BJP on Friday said it will approach the Supreme Court over non-utilisation of green cess by the AAP government and thus "violating" court order.
Delhi air quality back to 'severe plus' as Kejriwal and Khattar squabble; NGT to hear govt plea on odd-even rule today
As bickering and political deflections riddled the discussions around Delhi pollution and the odd-even rule, the air quality in Delhi-NCR was back to "severe-plus" or "emergency" category towards Monday evening
NGT slams 'hasty' decision to implement odd-even policy in Delhi, AAP govt announces free bus travel during scheme
Questioning Delhi government's odd-even car rationing scheme to combat the rising pollution levels NGT has said that it will not allow its implementation
The Delhi government will allow free travel for commuters in all DTC and cluster buses during the odd-even scheme to encourage use of public transport, Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot said on Friday.
DTC has cancelled its services to Haryana and Uttar Pradesh after multiple incidents of arson and violence following the conviction of Dera chief Ram Rahim Singh
With the academic year about to begin, the Delhi University has taken a slew of measures to ensure a ragging-free and disciplined campus.
It is powered by a 1,198.4cc L-twin cylinder, liquid-cooled engine which makes 160PS and 136Nm
Crimes against women in Delhi: AAP terms data 'shameful', blames politicisation of police by central govt
In the wake of the NCRB report, which reportedly says that Delhi has the highest number of reported cases of rapes, the ruling AAP today termed it as "shameful".
As many as 1,000 home guards were deployed in Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) buses in order to ensure safety of passengers, especially women.
Thousands of school-going children had a harrowing experience in Delhi and NCR on Tuesday when most of the 4,705 buses of Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) buses went off the roads.
Hundreds of thousands of commuters in the national capital will be hit for a second straight day as Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) crews has refused to relent and will continue their strike to protest against the killing of a driver by a biker in an incident of road rage.
A 42-year-old DTC bus driver was beaten to death in broad daylight allegedly by a 22-year-old youth as passengers looked on.
With the city bus service facing a shortage of buses, the AAP-led Delhi government has directed the DTC to add 500 midi buses to its fleet immediately.
Public transport services are likely to be hit in the city on Thursday due to a strike called by transporters, in protest against the Centre's new bill on road safety and transport.
Delhi Transport Corporation’s (DTC) has appointed its first woman bus driver, V. Saritha.
The National Green Tribunal on Monday directed the Delhi government to submit a report on the proposal to ban all diesel vehicles, which are more than 10 years old, in the national capital.
A school boy was killed after a DTC bus ran over him in Khanpur area
With an aim to encourage people to vote in February 7 Delhi polls, Election Commission will carry out an awareness campaign targeting commuters in Metro stations and DTC buses.
Arun Jaitley’s budget will definitely have a strong section covering ideas taken from Modi’s agriculture economics practiced in Gujarat which the Centre will offer to the rest of the country.