It was a pleasant Monday morning in the national capital with the minimum temperature recorded at 24.6 degrees Celsius, two notches below the average. The Met office has forecast light rain during the day.
After two failed bids, Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) may soon sign a deal with an Indian automotive manufacturing company to procure a total of 1,380 semi-low-floor buses to replace its fleet of standard-floor ones (yellow buses).
Asking them to "think out of the box" to address nation's health issues, Union Minister Harsh Vardhan on Sunday made an appeal to all specialised doctors to spend at least a short duration of time in rendering services to patients in villages and hilly areas of the country.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's initiative to reach out to every student through TV, radio and the Internet on Teachers day has failed to enthuse private schools of Delhi which feel that "forcing" them to make arrangements for it will dampen the celebration of the occasion.
Left with a stock of laptops following the cancellation of the four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP), Delhi University has now issued fresh guidelines for its colleges to put these machines to "constructive use".
Tamil Nadu-based social activist Diana Grace Thomas is seeking nomination to Lok Sabha on behalf of Anglo-Indian community by the Narendra Modi government claiming support from international and national activists.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday expressed grief over the death of noted historian Bipan Chandra and extended his condolences to the deceased's family, a statement from the Prime Minister's Office said today.
In order to clear extra rush of passengers during the forthcoming festive season of Dussehra and Diwali, Northern Railway has decided to run 8 pairs of special trains to various places including Jammu, Katra, Varanasi and Ajmer, among others.
A youth was stabbed by unidentified people in Ambedkar Nagar area Tuesday and his relatives alleged that the delay by policemen in rushing him to a hospital cost him his life. The police refuted the allegation.
The Defence Ministry will decide the fate of the controversial Rs 6,000 crore deal to procure 197 light choppers which has been on hold due to an ongoing CBI probe into charges that a Brigadier had sought bribe from AgustaWestland to help it bag the contract.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday refused to entertain a PIL seeking relief including the scrapping of Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT), saying that the issue fell within the domain of central government.