Metro services delayed as train halted briefly for Xi Jinping's convoy

Metro services were on Thursday affected on the Blue Line after operations were suspended briefly on the elevated stretch near Pragati Maidan station while Chinese Premier Xi Jinping's cavalcade was passing through the area.

Lifestyle Exhibition ‘Alishan Pakistan’ in Delhi

Building on the success of Lifestyle Exhibition in April 2012, Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) is holding the 2nd edition of ‘Lifestyle Pakistan’ exhibition in New Delhi.

'Aalishan Pakistan' faces protest at Pragati Maidan

A group of men holding saffron coloured flags with symbols of 'Om' on them staged protests at 'Aalishan Pakistan', a four-day event by around 300 exhibitors from across the border, here on Thursday.

25 detained for protesting against Pakistani exhibition in Delhi

At least 25 people were detained here on Thursday for protesting against an upcoming Pakistani lifestyle exhibition.

Pragati Maidan to get new Delhi Metro crisis combat centre

A powerful security control room and crisis management centre for securing the Delhi Metro network and its passengers in the face of an emergency or sabotage will soon be created at the Pragati Maidan station here.

Cable theft, damage may be cause for fault in Metro line: DMRC

Facing heat over the snag-prone metro train service from Dwarka Sector-21 to Noida City Centre/Vaishali, which was again affected on Monday, DMRC set up a committee to investigate the incident.

Problems in Delhi metro’s Blue line yet again, commuters stranded

Traffic on snag-prone Dwarka to Noida City Centre line of Delhi Metro was disrupted on Monday due to signal problem, delaying scores of commuters.

Police asked to file detailed ATR on plea against team Anna

A court here on Saturday directed Delhi Police to file a detailed action taken report on a plea for lodging FIR against Anna Hazare and his former team members for allegedly cheating over four crore people by selling them `Anna SMS cards`, whose service was discontinued before the promised one year time, which earned them Rs 100 crore.

Delhi Traffic Police traffic advisory for trade fair

Anticipating heavy rush for India International Trade Fair (IITF) which starts at Pragati Maidan on Thursday, Delhi Traffic Police on Wednesday issued an advisory for people not connected to the event to take alternative routes to avoid congestion.

Delhi Trade Fair 2013 tickets available at Metro stations

Delhi Metro Rail Corporation will start selling India International Trade Fair (IITF) entry tickets for business days from tomorrow and for general public days from November 19.

125 CISF personnel to guard Pragati Maidan in Delhi

For the first time, a squad of 125 specially trained CISF personnel will guard Pragati Maidan, the sprawling exhibitions facility in the heart of the national capital, in view of possible threats to the events held there.

Pragati Maidan to get armed commando security

Pragati Maidan sprawling mega-exhibitions facility which hosts trade fairs in heart of Delhi, will soon get armed commando security cover in view of possible terror threats to the events held there.

Expo for shoe, leather lovers back in capital

Expo Riva Schuh India, a platform showcasing a range of footwear and leather accessories, is back with its third edition. To be held here July 4, it will feature works of over 200 global leather product-makers.

Two missing children found dead in Delhi

Two siblings, who were kidnapped from their school three days ago, were found dead in a jungle here on Saturday.

Delhi gang-rape: Sheila Dikshit to hold peace rally on Jan 02

Amidst huge uproar over the shocking gang-rape of a 23-year-old girl, Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit will be organising a peace rally in the national capital on January 02.

14-day trade fair likely to witness about 1.5 million visitors

The annual India International Trade Fair (IITF) kicked-off here Wednesday with over 6,000 exhibitors, both domestic and foreign.

Girl jumps to death from Pragati Maidan Metro station

A 19-year-old girl allegedly jumped to death from a Metro station in central Delhi on Wednesday evening, police said.

Signaling defect leaves Metro commuters stranded

Tens of hundreds of Metro commuters in the national capital were left stranded Thursday morning due to a signalling defect, an official said.

Audio books at World Book Fair

Audio versions of about hundred fiction and non-fiction books have been featured as part of the ongoing World Book fair 2012.

Dwarka as venue for future Auto Expo shows?

Union Minister Kamal Nath said attempts were on to create a new exhibition centre for international shows in South West Delhi`s Dwarka.