A Delhi-based homoeopathy clinic has been found guilty of deficiency in service by a consumer court and asked to pay Rs 10,000 as compensation to a man who was never given details of his ailment during his one-year-long treatment.
Thick fog on the Yamuna Expressway caused a series of accidents on Monday...
In the failed robbery bid at a South Delhi bank,besides the police officers,a 75-year-old retired assistant professor of Deshbandhu College played a heroic role.
In another revelation by the Delhi blast accused Hakim Abdul Kareem,according to the Special Cell officers,the other 12 absconding Indian Mujahidin members wanted for the September 13 serial blasts are hiding in Uttar Pradesh.
For more than six months now the Municipal Corporation of Delhi has not had three additional commissioners.
East Delhi residents will have to wait longer to enjoy signal-free movement at the Vikas Marg crossing,as the underpass project,behind schedule by six months,will now be completed by July this year.
Resident doctors of Dr Baba Sahib Ambedkar Hospital in Rohini went on strike on Monday,after the accounts officer went on leave in November without releasing their salaries.
The Delhi Police is yet to find any cognizable evidence in the controversial DDA flats allotment scheme.
Initiating the Budget debate on Monday,Leader of the Opposition in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi Jai Kishan Sharma alleged that funds with several departments had remained unused.
Union Home Minister P Chidambaram visited the Delhi Police Headquarters on Monday and held a two-hour-long meeting with Commissioner of Police Y S Dadwal,Lt Governor Tejendra Khanna and senior officials of the Delhi Police to review the state of policing in Delhi.
Barely a few days after they formed a new government in the city,Delhis ministers have given a New Year present to themselves in the shape of six brand new bungalows for the six Cabinet ministers.
The man who formally ruffled the hornets nest,Indian Justice Party chief Udit Raj,explains how one application form bought over the counter may be the genesis of the alleged foul play in the allotment of flats...
After dense fog blanketed the city much of last week,an early-morning drizzle greeted Delhiites on Monday.
Four assailants tried to rob a South Delhi bank but were forced to flee after customers,including a 75-year-old man,resisted them.
Surrounded by a thick green net blanket,by the side of the road in Sector 15,is a construction that might come across as routine administrative work for many residents.
Union Urban Development Minister Jaipal Reddy today clarified that no allotment will be cancelled in the DDA housing scheme 2008.
Amid allegations of corruption in the Delhi Development Authoritys housing scheme 2008,the agency on Monday ruled out any irregularity on its part and said the 5,238 allottees would not be given possession of flats without a thorough scrutiny first.
The economic meltdown has hit the campus placement hard at the Indian Institute of Technology-Kanpur (IIT-K).
Gurgaon,famous for its plush buildings and luxury apartments,stares at a serious problem: water scarcity.
The Delhi government has extended winter holidays in its schools by two more days due to the severe cold conditions prevailing in the city. The schools will now reopen on January 7.