The union government has asked the Delhi government for details about the flats allotted to the the poor under the previous UPA dispensation`s flagship Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewable Mission (JNNURM).
Pointing out irregularities and lack of financial transparency in a number of Delhi government departments, the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) today said they have resulted in loss of crores of rupees in revenue.
Here`s another lofty project that`s crumbling: Realising that it could not meet the deadline set by the Narendra Modi dispensation of building houses for the poor, the Delhi government wants to drop the construction of 9,000 flats.
The Delhi High Court Tuesday issued notice to the central and Delhi governments on a scientist`s plea seeking permission to fit his invention -- an eco-friendly fuel-cell auto engine -- in vehicles plying on a commercial basis here.
NHRC on Monday asked Delhi Government to pay Rs five lakh as compensation to family of the youth who was killed in police firing at stunt bikers in the national capital in July last year after it observed that there was "error of judgment" and "unnecessary use of force" by the police in the incident.
Amid reports that the Bharatiya Janata Party was considering the option of forming government in Delhi with the help of turncoat Congress and AAP MLAs, several legislators of the Aam Aadmi Party have claimed that the BJP has offered them money to shift allegiance.
The Delhi High Court today asked the Centre, city government and police to take steps in creating and filling up additional posts in the police saying the "great shortage" of security personnel has been felt by the citizens.
In a step towards improving the work culture and strengthening the administrative system, the Chief Secretary of Delhi government recently censured all the Secretaries and Principal Secretaries for "not taking adequate care" while putting up their files and proposals to the Lt Governor.
Promising transparency and e-governance, new Health Minister Harsh Vardhan today said he will be interacting with national and international experts to formulate policies and execute them successfully.
Putting behind them a "raid" on their residences in south Delhi earlier this year, many Africans say the Indian capital is still their "home" and offers them an environment unlike anywhere else in the world.