It seems the Supreme Court's efforts to ensure a clean Diwali in Delhi, with a ban put in place on the sale of firecrackers, were all in vain.
The national capital, including the Red Fort from where Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation on the 71st Independence Day on Tuesday, has been put under an unprecedented ground-to-air security cover
Arvind Kejriwal lauds e-rickshaw drivers, says Delhi needs battery-operated vehicles to reduce pollution
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Saturday said the Delhi government wants to run battery-operated buses and cars to bring down pollution level in the national capital
The Delhi High Court on Thursday asked the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government to inform it about the number of vacant post of food inspectors, which is hampering an effective check on the use of pesticides in vegetables and fruits sold in the national capital
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said that Lt Governor Najeeb Jung had returned the Delhi government's file on hiking minimum wages in the city – highlighting the escalating tension between the two sides.
In June this year, a prominent restaurant in the posh circles of Delhi came under flak as it allegedly denied entry to underprivileged children.
After heavy rain flooded the national capital on Thursday evening, commuters on the Delhi-Gurugram Expressway were stuck in a traffic jam for hours. The situation on Friday morning did not improve either.
In a fresh salvo against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday urged Home Minister Rajnath Singh to name consultants hired by the Modi government since 2014.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia suggested that the licence plate policy will be back "once again" while sources said that its next phase could be enforced in April after the CBSE Board examinations.
National capital New Delhi is gaining interest among global travellers and has been ranked 7 in the top 10 global cities with over 28 per cent annual growth in booking interest.
The central government has defended itself by submitting the Supreme Court that a complete ban on the bursting of crackers was not called for and provisions were in place to limit noise.
Jahnvi's reunification with her parents surely brings relief to many in the city and across the nation as well. However, the story doesn't end here.
Despite death-penalties, historical uprisings, the security of women in Delhi — both in public and private places — hasn’t changed and will not change because majority of the people on the streets and those govern haven’t looked for the devils within themselves.
A month after a five-year-old was allegedly gangraped in east Delhi, a city court on Tuesday asked the Delhi Police what action it has taken on a complaint seeking registration of FIR against police personnel for their purported irregularities and sought a status report by 29 May.