The Delhi High Court ban on plying of e-rickshaws in the national capital will continue till next hearing on August 20.
The Delhi High Court on Monday refused to lift its earlier order banning the plying of e-rickshaws in the national capital.
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday refused to review its earlier order banning plying of e-rickshaws in the national capital.
The Delhi High Court on Monday agreed to hear tomorrow a PIL seeking a review of its earlier order banning e-rickshaws in the national capital.
Hoping to make the national capital a word class city, Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu today initiated steps for formulating a blue print for its beautification and better upkeep.
The national capital sizzled on Thursday as the mercury touched 44.7 degree Celsius- the hottest day of the season so far.
In an excercise aimed at curbing graft and irregularities, officials of the Delhi government today conducted raids and inspections at various places across the national capital.
Kamal Nath on Tuesday slammed the development plan for the national capital, saying that "Delhi has the most outdated planning".
Five dengue deaths have been reported so far in the national capital even as the total number of cases shot up alarmingly to near 1,000 mark.
The rising prices of onions and vegetables, which have already been eroding the budgets of the people in the national capital, are not expected to fall till Oct 15, the wholesale dealers predicted.
It was a sunny morning in the capital on Wednesday.
It was a pleasant day on Wednesday in the national capital with rains drenching the metropolis and bringing the mercury to normal level.
The Centre has ruled out giving control of the city police to the Delhi government for now, saying the responsibility of law and order in the capital should remain with the central government.
In continuing incidents of rage in the capital, a man was beaten to death by two of his friends after he abused them for bringing lesser liquor then he wanted, police said on Friday. The assailants have been arrested.
Residents of the national
capital experienced another hot day today with the mercury
settling at a maximum of 41.8 degree celsius.
Heavy rain accompanied by
lightning and hailstones lashed the national capital this
evening affecting vehicular movement across the city.
Delhi will continue to experience foggy mornings and a rise in temperature during the week ahead, the weatherman said Sunday.
Day in Pics: 28th November
Showbiz World - November 28, 2014