The Safdarjung Observatory, which provides representative data for the city, recorded 6 mm rainfall between 8:30 am on Tuesday and 8:30 am on Wednesday
Delhi Assembly panel issues 'final notice' of appearance to Facebook India vice-president Ajit Mohan
The hearing started in the backdrop of a WSJ report that claimed that a senior Facebook India executive intervened in internal communication to stop a permanent ban on a BJP lawmaker
Delhi rains: Not the time for blame game, says Arvind Kejriwal after BJP slams AAP govt over water-logging
Heavy rains caused water-logging in parts of Delhi, including at Minto Bridge, where a 56-year-old truck driver drowned
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.
Petrol price crosses Rs 80-mark in Delhi for first time since 2018, diesel at new high as oil companies hike rates
While diesel price has been hiked for the 20th straight day, petrol price has been raised on 19 occasions in less than three weeks
As coronavirus cases rise in Delhi, Amit Shah set to meet Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal
The meeting comes in the wake of rising coronavirus cases in Delhi. The tally has reached 36,000 and more than 1,200 people have died due to the virus in the National Capital.
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.
PIL filed in SC seeking removal of anti-CAA protesters at Shaheen Bagh in view of health hazards posed by novel coronavirus
Hundreds of demonstrators at Shaheen Bagh in Delhi have been agitating since 15 December last year against the CAA, NRC and NPR
Shiv Sena slams Amit Shah over mayhem in Delhi, says Union home minister seen nowhere when violence hit National Capital
The Sena publication questioned the delay in responding to the volatile situation in Delhi
Arvind Kejriwal invites Narendra Modi to his oath-taking ceremony on 16 Feb; BJP MPs, MLAs from Delhi also invited
Kejriwal will take oath as Delhi chief minister along with his cabinet at Ramlila Maidan at 10 am on Sunday
HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal says 'outsiders' to blame for Delhi's Gargi College incident; institute administration asked to take action
The administration of the institute has been told to take action said Ramesh Pokhriyal while replying to question by Congress' Gaurav Gogoi
Delhi Assembly election: Protest sites like Shaheen Bagh ‘under watch’ ahead of polling day to ensure voters, personnel face no obstruction, observers tell EC
Protest sites in Delhi are 'under watch' to ensure that the polling personnel or voters face no obstruction on 8 February, which is when the polling is scheduled to take place, observers deployed told the Election Commission on Monday.
Delhi witnesses dense fog, records minimum temperature of seven degree Celsius; 22 trains running late in Northern Railway region
On Tuesday, Delhi recorded a low of 9.2 degrees Celsius, which was two notches more than normal.
Delhi High Court seeks response of police, state govt, WhatsApp, Google, Apple on plea to preserve data, CCTV footage of JNU violence
The Delhi High Court sought response of the city police, Delhi government, WhatsApp Inc, Google Inc and Apple Inc on a plea of three JNU professors to preserve data, CCTV footage and other evidence relating to the 5 January violence on the varsity campus
Delhi air quality in ‘very poor’ category for third consecutive day, AQI docked at 388; shallow fog to envelop region throughout the day
AQI near Pusa, Airport Terminal 3 and Delhi University stood at 352, 403 and 380 respectively
Delhi battles to breathe as air quality plunges to ‘very poor’ category; AQI at 334 as of Thursday morning, says SAFAR
Air Quality Index in Delhi is at 334 with PM2.5 at 164 and PM10 at 272, said System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research
Delhi air quality turns ‘very poor’ on Wednesday morning; AQI to deteriorate further, predicts SAFAR
According to SAFAR, overall AQI of Delhi was at 305 in Delhi, in the lower end of 'very poor' category at 8:30 am on Wednesday
Air quality deteriorates in Delhi, looks set to move to 'emergency' category from 'severe' as day progresses
On Wednesday morning, the National Capital recorded a minimum temperature of 14.2 degrees Celsius.