Soon policy to allot land to political parties in Delhi: Minister

The AAP government will soon be coming up with a policy to allot land for office of all political parties in the national capital, Delhi Development Minister Gopal Rai on Friday said.

Violation of labour norms to invite stricter punishment

Violation of labour norms in the national capital will attract stringent punishment like higher fines and imprisonment, Delhi Labour Minister Gopal Rai said on Thursday, as he introduced a bill which provided several new rules for welfare of workers.

AAP minister slams Centre's labour policy, FDI decision

Delhi minister Gopal Rai said that India does not need foreign investment for achieving progress.

Congestion tax will help tackle pollution: Delhi minister

The Delhi government is not the first to mull over congestion tax system that has proved successful in London, Milan, Rome as well as the Scandinavian countries.

Here's all you need to know about new Smart e-Rickshaws in Delhi

In an effort to make public transport safer, cheaper and environment-friendly, Smart e-Rickshaws – equipped with digital gadgets including GPRS and CCTV cameras – were recently flagged off in Delhi.

Car Free Day to be held on Oct 22 from 7 AM to 12 noon

Delhi government today said that 'Car Free Day', an initiative to encourage people to use public transport in the national capital will be observed on October 22 from 7 AM to 12 noon on the stretch falling between the Red Fort and India Gate.

Delhi to go 'car-free' on stretch between Red Fort, India Gate on Oct 22

Aimed at encouraging people to use public transport in the national capital, Delhi government has planned to observe 'Car Free Day' on the road stretch between Red Fort and India Gate on October 22.

Over-loading of school vans: Delhi govt sends notice to 12 schools

 The Delhi transport department today issued notices to 12 schools after finding that private van operators ferrying their students were carrying more than the permitted capacity for that particular category of service.

Delhi govt gifts women free bus ride on Rakshabandan

 Women can enjoy free travel in non-AC buses of Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) and (orange) cluster buses on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan.

Delhi government clears 315 projects for rural villages

 In a major move to improve the infrastructure of rural villages in the national capital, the Delhi government on Thursday cleared 315 schemes worth Rs 480.99 crore.

Yamuna flowing above warning level; no flood threat says Delhi govt

Despite Yamuna flowing above the warning level, Delhi government on Tuesday said that there is no danger of flood and they are prepared for deal with the situation.

Delhi govt hikes aid for construction workers

 Delhi government on Sunday announced hike in aid for welfare of construction workers under various schemes provided by it.

Smart comfort taxis in Delhi soon

Delhi government is mulling introducing 'smart comfort taxis' in the national capital which will not only be eco-friendly but also a cheaper alternative to auto rickshaws.

AAP calls for an 'open debate' over salary hike of its MLAs

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Saturday called for an open debate regarding the MLAs allowance hike issue, adding that the party needed to get rid of the 'swindlers' first.

Centre extends date for e-rickshaw registration till Dec 31

 Centre has agreed to Delhi government's request to extend the last date of registration for old e-rickshaws till December 31.

CCTV in 5,000 Delhi buses in I phase, Rs 100 cr to be spent

In an effort to enhance security in city buses, particularly for women commuters, Aam Aadmi Party government has decided to install close circuit television (CCTV) cameras in 5,000 buses in the first phase, besides deploying trained marshals.

Delhi government to write to Centre for action against Uber

 The Delhi government will ask the Centre to act against Uber, Ola and other app-based taxi services in Delhi, the city`s transport minister said on Tuesday.

We will start proceedings against DTC staffers who don't return to work: Gopal Rai

Delhi Transport Minister Gopal Rai on Tuesday said that the Aam Aadmi Party government in the city has imposed the Essential Services Maintenance Act (ESMA) against the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) staffers who went on strike, adding that it will start proceedings against those who do not re

Road rage: Commuters hit hard as DTC bus strike in Delhi continues

Commuters hit hard as DTC bus strike in Delhi continues

Road rage case: DTC drivers' strike put 45 lakh commuters in a fix

Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) bus drivers went on strike on Monday to protest against the death of a 42-year-old bus driver in an alleged road rage incident.