The Delhi Development Authority has missed another deadline for its ambitious redevelopment plan of the Coronation Park here even as acts of vandalism and defacement are taking the shine off the historic site.
The Delhi High Court on Friday refused to grant any interim relief to a housing society which moved a plea seeking to restrain DDA from demolishing a temple built allegedly illegally on the authority's land here.
After much delays, the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) began its draw for its 2014 Housing Scheme on Tuesday.The DDA has announced that the entire draw will be webcast live on the internet on a dedicated url - www.ddadrawlive.in.
The Delhi High Court on Monday termed as "unfortunate" and slammed the Delhi government for failing to devise any mechanism to ensure 25 per cent reservation to poor children in play schools running on land alloted at concessional rates.
DDA has approved the policy of purchase of private land through negotiations, in view of the New Land Acquisition Act under which the buying has become "cumbersome and time consuming", the urban body on Friday said.
All efforts are being made to ensure total management of waste in the national capital with steps being taken to achieve 100 percent door-to-door collection of domestic garbage, Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said on Tuesday.