Three international flights disrupted after hoax bomb call in Delhi
Three international flights disrupted after hoax bomb call in Delhi

 Delhi and Bengaluru airports on Saturday received bomb threat calls, as per the TV reports.

Cab driver held for molesting 10-year-old girl


New Delhi: A cab driver was arrested today for allegedly molesting a 10-year-old girl whom he used to drop home after school in south-west Delhi's Dwarka area.

Assam BJP leader's wife appointed as NBT Director

The government has appointed Sahitya Akademi Award winning writer Rita Chowdhury, wife of an Assam BJP leader, as the Director of National Book Trust.

AAP plans to launch anti-corruption units

Demanding the removal of Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) chief Mukesh Kumar Meena, AAP said that if the central government and the Lt Governor interfere in their work, the party will set up several anti-corruption units here.

Not enough hostel seats in DU, students clamour for Rent Act

Sky-rocketing cut-offs is not the only hassle for those aspiring to study at Delhi University, but also the shortage of hostel seats which has the students scrambling for private facilities.

'Ex-cop fails to get benefit of Centre's May 21 notification'

A former Delhi Police constable, who tried to take benefit of the Centre's May 21 notification on jurisdiction of ACB, was unsuccessful in his efforts after Delhi High Court rejected his appeal against his conviction in a graft case, the second such case in less than a week.

DU Admissions: Things you should not forget to carry!
DU Admissions: Things you should not forget to carry!

The admission process for the prestigious Delhi University began on Thursday. Around 54,000 seats are up for grab this year.

SDMC removes illegal ads

South Delhi Municipal Corporation has begun work on removing illegal hoardings and advertisements to curb defacement of the city.

DJB to set up 31 sewage treatment plants

Delhi Jal Board (DJB) today approved proposals of several projects including setting up of 31 new sewage treatment plants (STPs), 27 sewage pumping stations and laying of 600 km of sewers.

3 Manipuri youths arrested for illegally entering school

Three Manipuri youths, one of them a minor, were arrested by Delhi police today at around 3 am for illegally entering the campus of Mount Carmel School in Anand Niketan south Delhi with the alleged intention of committing burglary and vandalising the institute.

DU Admissions: Special case of St Stephen's and JMC
DU Admissions: Special case of St Stephen's and JMC

Delhi University admission process began on Thursday and students from all over India started applying for their favourite colleges and courses.

Top 5 places to eat in Delhi University's campuses
Top 5 places to eat in Delhi University's campuses

Here are the top joints in and around Delhi University campuses where you can have some of the best foods.

Water pipeline bursts near Kashmere Gate; supply to be affected

Water supply will be affected in various areas of the national capital tomorrow as a major water pipeline burst near Kashmere Gate ISBT.

Gamlin responds to AAP charges in letter to LG

Refuting allegations of her favouring power companies and tricking the government, Principal Secretary Shakuntala Gamlin has written to Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung clarifying her stand over the charges levelled against her by the AAP government.

AAP Central Park event hit business, CP traders complain

Traders and street vendors at Connaught Place today complained that the open Cabinet meeting held by the AAP government at Central Park to mark its 100 days in power affected their business during peak shopping hours.

Delhi govt asks discoms to maintain adequate power supply

To discuss the issue of unscheduled power cuts in the city, Delhi power minister Satyendra Jain today held a meeting with the three power distribution companies here.

Delhi CS Sharma returns, shares dais with Gamlin at AAP govt event

Delhi Chief Secretary KK Sharma Monday rejoined duties upon his return from a 10-day leave during which Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lt Governor Najeeb Jung found themselves locked in a face-off over the appointment of an acting chief secretary.

Anti-Bihari remarks: HC stays proceedings against Raj Thackeray

The Delhi High Court Thursday stayed the trial court proceedings against MNS chief Raj Thackeray in various cases lodged against him for allegedly making anti-Bihari remarks in 2008.

MeT dept official charred to death in house fire

A 46-year-old Meteorological department official was charred to death when his residence in south Delhi's Safdurjung Enclave caught fire here on Friday evening.

Give compensation to farmers as announced: NDMC to Delhi CM

 NDMC has asked Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for immediate release of compensation of Rs 50,000 per hectare for farmers of Delhi who have suffered losses due to crop damage caused by unseasonal rains.

Delhi road rage: Family beaten up by drunken men

In yet another incident of road rage, a group of drunken men allegedly assaulted members of a family after a verbal spat ensued between the two sides in west Delhi's Uttam Nagar, police said today.

SDMC to conduct mock drills for disaster preparedness

 With the national capital reeling under back-to-back tremors due to earthquakes in Nepal, the South Delhi Municipal Corporation is stepping up its disaster preparedness.

BJP's Harshdeep Malhotra elected new East Delhi Mayor

 BJP continued its triumph in the mayoral polls as the ruling party's candidate Harshdeep Malhotra today defeated Congress rival Rekha Rani by a margin of 17 votes to be elected the mayor of East Delhi.

BJP asks Delhi L-G to probe AAP govt's Delhi Dialogue Commission

Accusing the AAP government of indulging in "political corruption", Delhi BJP on Friday demanded Lt Governor Najeeb Jung to initiate an enquiry into the working of Delhi Dialogue Commission.

Delhi Govt seeks Law Dept's suggestions to block Uber services

The Delhi government has sought suggestions from its Law Department on the possible ways and methods for blocking US-based cab service Uber's app and website in the national capital.

Attack on Holy Child Auxilium School not vandalism, says principal; police file theft case
Attack on Holy Child Auxilium School not vandalism, says principal; police file theft case

In yet another incident which raises serious concerns over safety of institutions linked to the minorities, a Christian school located in south Delhi's Vasant Vihar was allegedly vandalised by some unknown persons late on Thursday.

Delhi court upholds jail term of two men for assaulting a bus driver

A Delhi court has upheld a three-month jail term for two men who were convicted for injuring and threatening a bus driver here in an over a decade-old-case, saying such "hooliganism" should be strongly deterred.

Delhi poll result 'victory of anti-BJPism': RSS ideologue MG Vaidya

Aam Aadmi Party's stupendous win in Delhi is a victory of "anti-BJPism", RSS ideologue M G Vaidya said on Tuesday.

Delhi polls: All Left candidates lose deposits

All the 15 candidates of the seven-party Left front lost their deposits in the Delhi Assembly elections as none of them could garner even 1,000 votes.

Delhi loss 'defeat' for PM: Uddhav Thackeray

With BJP left badly bruised in the Delhi Assembly poll, ally Shiv Sena today added to its woes saying the outcome amounted to "defeat" for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and showed that tsunami is mightier than the "Modi wave".