Adopting a novel way of raising funds for its relief activities,the Delhi Red Cross Society is organising a play to raise funds for the refurbishment of its hospital in East Delhis Seemapuri area.
The Supreme Court sought a response from the Delhi government on Tuesday on the bail plea of Utsav Bhasin,the son of a Haryana industrialist accused of mowing down a man with his BMW in South Delhi in September last year.
Nineteen years after communal riots in Sadar Bazar here claimed eight lives,a city court has acquitted 34 persons accused of resorting to violence in the area,for want of evidence.
The Delhi High Court refused to quash criminal proceedings against the mahant of the Kalkaji temple on Tuesday for the alleged mismanagement of temple property.
While the Haryana government has said it cant regulate private schools as far as a fee hike is concerned,D P S Nangal,the Gurgaon commissioner,said on Tuesday that he has written to the education department and leasing agencies like HUDA and MCG...
A Delhi Police constable was beaten up by an angry mob after he slapped an autorickshaw driver in the Gokulpuri area of Northeast Delhi on Tuesday.
While the UP Anti-Terrorism Squad maintained that the state police would soon send details of the two slain militants to the External Affairs ministry to forward them to Pakistan...
Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Tuesday favoured a legislation for greater public initiative in the protection and preservation of monuments in the Capital.
Shambhu Dayal,on dharna at Jantar Mantars famed protest street since August last year,wants to start afresh.
The economic slowdown might have adversely affected the financial health of the MCD,but the civic body is not willing to compromise on the health facilities it provides for the residents of Delhi.
The revised budget of the MCD has no new taxes in store for the city in the coming financial year.
A Supreme Court ban on all mining and construction activities in the Aravalli areas of the Gurgaon and Faridabad districts has failed to curb an alarming rate of groundwater depletion in these areas...
Almost four months into the ban on smoking in public places,the Delhi government plans to take it a step forward by demarcating space for smoking and no-smoking in public areas such as restaurants,pubs and airport lounges.
The disastrous economic slowdown might have forced the MCD to look at the bottom of the fiscal barrel and seek a bailout from the Delhi government but it hasnt stopped its ambitious disaster management plan.
With such cases coming up a dime a dozen,the Delhi Consumer Commission has now ruled that insurance companies will no longer be able to reject claims on the pretext of cheques being dishonoured.
When another bloody chapter opened in the Gaza Strip recently,Palestinian student in Delhi,Ibrahim,kept abreast of the Israeli attack through the detailed accounts his mother and siblings sent him from Ground Zero.
For 7-year-old Sambhavi getting up in the dark on Monday was not too difficult. She was going to watch the parade.
Despite the heightened threat perception this time,thousands of people came to Rajpath to applaud Indias military might on the occasion of the 60th Republic Day on Monday.
A scuffle broke out between a Central Industrial Security Forces constable and an immigration inspector after the constable asked the latter to halt for a security check.
Any unfair term of contract,whatever it may be,entitles a person to compensation for the mental agony suffered or for deficiency in service...
In 2004,a group of street children and ragpickers got together to make bags from scrap cloth and jute.
The last set was rejected some six months back. Now the new set of fluorescent yellow signages put up by the Public Works Department...
Two teenagers,one of them a gold medallist in basketball at the national school games,died after they fell from a train in Mangolpuri,Outer Delhi,on Sunday.
Service forfeited by three years after he was found napping while on security duty at Rashtrapati Bhavan,Constable Surender Singh has got a breather: the Central Administrative Tribunal has directed the Delhi Police Commissioner to reconsider the penalty.
A scrutiny of the diary recovered from the car of the two suspected militants gunned down in Noida late Sunday night reveal they were in constant touch with a few persons in Azamgarh and the NCR,police sources said.