The Supreme Court Monday permitted armed forces, Delhi Police, ambulances, fire and other emergency services to have red beacon lights on their vehicles besides other colours depending on their operational requirements.
Taking a serious view of 58,000 cases of voter cards with wrong photos admitted by Delhi Government, the Central Information Commission on Tuesday called for an in-depth inquiry into cards issued on residential proof with MP or MLA recommendation to curb bogus voting.
A forum of parents of school children on Monday asked Delhi government to extend the deadlines for admission of kids belonging to economically weaker sections (EWS) in private schools under the RTE Act.
Cracking its whip against the clinics conducting sex determination of foetuses in the capital, Delhi government has cancelled the registration of 43 radiology and genetic clinics and sealed 11 machines since April this year.
Uber cab services is likely to give its representation to the Delhi transport department on Monday days after the Delhi High Court refused to lift the ban on the company in the national capital after the alleged rape of a woman passenger.
With an aim of saving precious paper pulp, Labour Department of the Delhi government has asked all its officials, including all deputy commissioners, to write notes on both sides of paper and type in single space.
Delhi government Saturday came out with detailed guidelines for nursery admission of children belonging to economically weaker section (EWS) in private schools in the national capital for the academic year 2015-16.
National Human Rights Commission on Monday accepted former Delhi minister and AAP leader Somnath Bharthi's request for hearing in the controversial midnight raid in Khirki Extension area in south Delhi in January.
Ahead of New Year celebrations, the Delhi government has asked city's restaurants and bars to promote "responsible drinking" by serving liquor to "a limit" keeping customer safety in mind and even arrange cabs for those who are not in a position to drive.
Failing to enforce a ban on Uber cab service three days after announcing it, an embarassed Delhi Government on Wednesday put the onus on Traffic Police to execute the order and ensure the US-based company ceases to operate in the city.
The Delhi High Court was told on Tuesday that granting relief to slum-dwellers of Rangpuri Pahadi here, who are facing eviction, would embolden the encroachers and will adversely affect efforts of the forest department to protect the Ridge land.