Maintain sobriety associated with Gandhi's anniversary: Sachar

With government gearing up to launch its ambitious Clean India campaign on October 2, former Chief Justice of Delhi High Court Rajindar Sachar on Tuesday demanded the Centre to maintain the grandeur and sobriety associated with Mahatma Gandhi's birth anniversary.

Xi Jinping's movement causes traffic jams in Delhi

Traffic snarls were on Thursday reported from different parts of central and south Delhi after some roads were closed for the movement of Chinese President Xi Jinping, who is in India on a three-day trip.

National War Museum project faces encroachment obstacle

 For construction of the National War Museum at the Princess Park locality near India Gate, the Defence Ministry will have to find a place to settle over 100 families living in that area.

Delhi Half Marathon Nov 23
Delhi Half Marathon Nov 23

The annual Delhi Half Marathon will be held Nov 23. The registrations for which was declared open here Wednesday.

National War Memorial to come up at India Gate complex

Defence Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday gave the final nod to the much-delayed National War Memorial project which would be built in the India Gate complex at a proposed cost of around Rs 400 crore.

Nation salutes brave martyrs on Kargil Vijay Diwas: Narendra Modi

Defence Minsiter Arun Jaitley and armed forces chiefs paid tribute at the India Gate here to the martyrs who gallantly laid down their life for the nation in the 1999 Kargil conflict with Pakistan.

PIL against India Gate prohibitory orders during stir rejected

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday dismissed a PIL against imposition of prohibitory orders around India Gate during the anti-rape stir last year.

PIL on curbs on assembly near India Gate dismissed

The Delhi High Court Wednesday dismissed a PIL challenging the imposition of restrictions on the gathering of people at and around India Gate during the anti-rape protests in the city in the wake of the Dec 16, 2012, gang-rape.

QBR showcased at India Gate on 1st day of India stoppage

Queen`s Baton of the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games was taken at the historic India Gate by the country`s top sportspersons in a low-key event on the first day of its India stop.

Round-the-world rally for under-privileged kids flagged off

A round-the-world rally aimed at creating awareness about the plight of under-privileged children and to generate funds for their education was flagged off on Sunday from India Gate here.

Police crackdown on youths doing motorcycle stunts

Delhi Police carried out a late night checking drive in New Delhi area, slapping fines on 84 motorcycle riders and impounding eight bikes.

Sehwag`s traffic awareness programme turns into flop show

Virender Sehwag was to educate Delhiites on obeying traffic rules but it ended as a flop show.

Clean chit to 8 people in Delhi cop Subhash Tomar’s death

In a significant development, the Delhi Police on Tuesday gave a clean chit to eight people, who were arrested in connection with constable Subhash Tomar’s death during the anti-rape agitation at India Gate last year.

Security stepped up at India Gate

Security was stepped in and around India Gate, the war memorial which attracts thousands on Sundays, with police restricting entry into the area.

Hyderabad blasts: Delhi on high alert

In the wake of the recent Hyderabad twin blasts, the national capital was put on alert on Sunday following instructions from the Union Home Ministry.

Businessman robbed of Rs 7.5 lakh at gunpoint in Nizamuddin

A businessman was robbed of Rs 7.5 lakh by three armed assailants who intercepted his car in Nizamuddin in south Delhi, police said on Monday.

PM pays homage to the Unknown Soldier

India`s 64th Republic Day celebrations began on Saturday with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh paying homage to the Unknown Soldier at the India Gate.

India showcases cultural heritage, military might on Republic Day

A kaleidoscopic view of the country`s rich cultural heritage and military prowess were on display at the 64th Republic Day parade on Saturday.

Rehearsals for R-Day parade from Thursday

Rehearsals for Republic Day will be held from Thursday with police today asking commuters to expect congestion near India Gate and its surrounding areas till noon.

Notice to police against curbs at India Gate

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday issued notice to the Delhi Police on a plea challenging the imposition of restrictions on the gathering of people.