Delhi News

Now, a regulator for timely Metro rail fare revisions?
Now, a regulator for timely Metro rail fare revisions?

The Urban Development Ministry will include the demand of Metro rail companies of setting up of a regulator for timely revision of fares in the proposed new bill for all such projects.

JNU erupts over 'Shaheed Afzal Guru', 'Azad Kashmir'; rival student groups clash, police deployed
JNU erupts over 'Shaheed Afzal Guru', 'Azad Kashmir'; rival student groups clash, police deployed

Jawaharlal Nehru University JNU on Tuesday night witnessed clashes between two student groups over Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru.

Drunk girl crashes car into bike, creates nuisance in Delhi's Connaught Place - Watch
Drunk girl crashes car into bike, creates nuisance in Delhi's Connaught Place - Watch

After hitting a bike with her Mercedes car, a girl on late Tuesday night gave a hard time to police in Connaught Place here.

Delhi odd-even phase II: Kejriwal to hold review meet today
Delhi odd-even phase II: Kejriwal to hold review meet today

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will on Wednesday hold a review meeting on the implementing the second phase of the Odd-Even plan in the national capital.

International debit card cloning gang member held in Delhi

Mumbai police came to know about such a gang active in Dadar area.

Delhi HC rejects Kirti Azad's plea for SIT probe into DDCA affairs

In a setback to dissident BJP MP Kirti Azad, Delhi High Court on Tuesday dismissed his plea for a court-monitored SIT probe into the affairs of the DDCA when it was headed by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, saying it is "premature".

DU student's murder: Police questions her lover's father

Police on Tuesday questioned the father of Naveen Khatri, who allegedly murdered his lover and hid her body for five days in Model Town area here, as the victim's father met Delhi Police chief seeking transfer of the case to Crime Branch alleging that local police are trying to protect the accused's family.

Delhi MCD strike: BMS-affiliated unions decide to call off stir

The leaders of United Front of MCD Employees had suspended their stir for two days after appearing in the court.

Three alleged ISIS sympathisers sent to 10 days' NIA custody

Three terror suspects, who were recently deported from UAE for their alleged ISIS links and for conspiring to carry out terror strikes in India and other countries, were today remanded to 10 days' NIA custody by a Delhi court.

Kin of road accident victim get Rs 73.11 lakh compensation in Delhi

Family members of a 42-year-old man, who was killed two years ago after a rashly driven car hit him, have been awarded a compensation of over Rs 73 lakh by a Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (MACT) here.

Delhi school children death: HC seeks status report on probe before Feb 25
Delhi school children death: HC seeks status report on probe before Feb 25

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday asked Police Commissioner BS Bassi to submit detailed status report of the investigation and post-mortem report before February 25 on the death of students in Ryan International and SDMC-run school in Kapashera.

MoS Home Kiren Rijiju's chopper makes emergency landing at Hindon airbase
MoS Home Kiren Rijiju's chopper makes emergency landing at Hindon airbase

Union Minister of State (Home ) Kiren Rijiju's chopper was forced to make an emergency landing near Delhi on Tuesday morning.

Four of family killed in Delhi fire

 Four members of a family died when a major fire broke out at their house here early on Tuesday, an official of the Delhi Fire Services said.

On first anniversary,  AAP to launch 'Ek Saal Bemisal' to highlight Delhi govt's achievements
On first anniversary, AAP to launch 'Ek Saal Bemisal' to highlight Delhi govt's achievements

The Arvind Kejriwal govt will highlight its achievements with the slogan 'Ek Saal Bemisal' at a function here on February 14 as it observes its first anniversary in power in Delhi.

Delhi govt plans to bring Odd-Even scheme back after Board exams
Delhi govt plans to bring Odd-Even scheme back after Board exams

An official said that the government believes, the ideal time to bring back the scheme would be after the Board exams.

AAP donations up by 275% in 2014-15, Rs 4 crore came from ‘mystery’ donors: ADR
AAP donations up by 275% in 2014-15, Rs 4 crore came from ‘mystery’ donors: ADR

Contrary to Aam Aadmi Party's known anti-corruption stand and emphasis on transparency, a latest report by democracy watchdog 'the Association for Democratic Reforms' (ADR) claims that Delhi's ruling party saw a 275% hike in donations in 2014-15 as compared to the previous financial year.

35-yr-old man shoots himself dead while trying stunt in Delhi

A 35-year-old man allegedly shot himself dead while trying to pull off a stunt at a party in west Delhi's Uttam Nagar area.

DCW-police tussle continues over data on crime against women

The tussle between the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) and the police seems to be unending as the BS Bassi-led team has again refused to provide information on crime against women.

Delhi civic workers divided over suspending strike

The Swatantra Mazdoor Vikas Sanyukt Morcha, a union exclusively of sanitation workers, refused to suspend the strike till the next court hearing.

A new Darul Uloom trains women qazis

The training programme in Jaipur is the first in the series of a year-long training.

DDCA row: Delhi HC dismisses AAP leader's plea over defamation suit

Arun Jaitley has sought Rs 10 crore in damages following the Aam Aadmi Party leaders' statements on alleged financial irregularities in the DDCA.

Court posts DDCA's defamation case against Kejriwal on Feb 23

A court here on Monday posted for February 23 a criminal defamation complaint against state Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and BJP's suspended parliamentarian Kirti Azad filed by the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) and its vice-president Chetan Chauhan.

Say no to Valentine's Day, 'worship' parents on Feb 14: Ads in Delhi Metro

This February 14, worship your parents instead of celebrating Valentine's Day, say a series of billboards put up at Delhi Metro stations by a religious group, which also endorsed police action against couples.

Sanjay Singh's bail plea has exposed the AAP leader: Bikram Singh Majithia

The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader said Singh's "U-turn" was emblematic of the politics of AAP.

DCW threatens action as Police refuses to divulge crime data

DCW chairperson Swati Maliwal said that Delhi Police has refused to submit information on crime against women to the Commission despite nearly half a dozen letters and notices.

Delhi govt to felicitate heads of schools with 100 percent result
Delhi govt to felicitate heads of schools with 100 percent result

"Thirteen students who were toppers of Arts, Science, Vocational and Commerce streams in CBSE board exams for 2014-15 session, will be felicitated," the Delhi government's Directorate of Education (DoE) said in a notification.

Shahi Imam meets PM Modi, demands innocent Muslims must not be harassed in name of fighting ISIS
Shahi Imam meets PM Modi, demands innocent Muslims must not be harassed in name of fighting ISIS

Concerned over the detention of Muslim youths on charges of having links with ISIS, the Shahi Imam of Jama Masjid Syed Ahmed Bukhari on Monday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Delhi govt orders CBI probe into death of Ryan International School student Divyansh Kakrora
Delhi govt orders CBI probe into death of Ryan International School student Divyansh Kakrora

Delhi Government ordered a CBI probe on Monday in death case of Ryan International School student.

Odd-even formula is useless for controlling pollution, says Robert Vadra
Odd-even formula is useless for controlling pollution, says Robert Vadra

Being critical towards the Odd-Even scheme by the Delhi Government, Congress president Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra on Monday said that the initiative had been successful towards curbing traffic but had failed in controlling or bringing down the level of pollution in the national capital.

AAP approaches HC against against restoration of management quota in nursery admissions
AAP approaches HC against against restoration of management quota in nursery admissions

The AAP government on Monday approached the Delhi High Court , challenging a single bench order that restored the management quota for nursery admissions in private unaided schools in Delhi.